We’re Expecting Winners

| October 6, 2016 | Reply

Luke drew a very rare blank last time (in fact I believe it was his first ever for us in over 20 of these free tipping columns) but you know what a poor run means?

Winners are just around the corner!

Enjoy this week’s column and, as ever, if you have any comments for either myself or Luke you can reach us at bettingrant@agorapub.co.uk.

Matt Houghton


Absolutely ranting!

The morning before Celtic took on Man City I was chatting away to one of those delusional Arsenal fans and mentioned that the Hoops have one worldie game a season and this could be their night…

Rodgers’ men took the lead on three occasions but had to make do with a draw – City went into that game priced at 1.30 and would have been backed by many to beef up the acca’.

We can only imagine that Celtic have knocked City well out of their stride because the side that rocked up against Spurs looked a shadow of the team that spanked Man Utd for the first 40 minutes…

More importantly the draw I hoped for was long gone by half time… I was not a happy man and the only man less happy than me was Pep!

The Rugby Championship grinds to an end this weekend and, across the weeks, results for us punters have been majorly positive – they should have kept going the same way last week too…

Australia led the Boks 10-3 and New Zealand were beating the 80minute handicap at half time yet somehow neither bet copped!

The Argentines looked knackered throughout the entire second half, so I can only assume the bookies and Kiwis conspired against me…

Luckily Sam Alardyce has assured me that such tactics would never take place.

On to the Ryder Cup where USA started like a steam train going full pelt and heading for your house, BANG!

Europe looked out of it (their price went as high as 8.50) when 4-0 down, fortunately the late afternoon session went our way and brought the score back to 5-3 in favour of the Yanks…

Sadly though, Rory and co never came close to overhauling the gap except for a brief moment on the final day where at one point the score board was full of blue!

But, a few moments later everything went Pete Tong.

Result: no Ryder Cup!

Still, those losers mean we’re due some winners so feast your eyes on these beauties:

NEW ZEALAND TO BEAT SOUTH AFRICA WITH A -13 POINT HANDICAP (10/11 GENERALLY)

AUSTRALIA TO BEAT ARGENTINA WITH A -7 POINT HANDICAP (10/11 GENERALLY)

BATH TO BEAT SALE WITH A -10 POINT HANDICAP (10/11 GENERALLY)

LEWIS HAMILTON TO WIN THE JAPANESE GRAND PRIX (5/4 WILLIAM HILL)

And I couldn’t leave the International football out!

(SATURDAY) SCOTLAND, GERMANY AND ENGLAND TREBLE (1.91 STAN JAMES)

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