Bet Picks: 29th September 2018

Last weekend our Snakes and Ladders bet landed but one of the matches was postponed so the bet returned £18, instead of £30, so as this had not been accounted for in the snakes and ladders bets, the full £18 is going on this week, and if it wins, will figure out the next bet and lives after that.

This weekend the 2 games we have picked are Burton V Scunthorpe and Macclesfield V Forest Green, £18 returns £53.70, so likeliness of this bet if it wins would be bank £10, next bet of £43.70.

Burton V Scunthorpe, played each other twice in the last 5 seasons at Burton both games ending with both scoring, while this season Burton have had 2 games in 4 end with both scoring while Scunthorpe have seen 3 of their 4 away games end with both teams scoring.

Macclesfield V Forest Green have had 4 of their last 5 end with both teams scoring, while this season at home Macclesfield have had 3 of their 4 games end with both teams score, while all 4 of Forest Greens have ended with both scoring, with these stats really liked the odds on this game.

The next bet this weekend is 3 home results and 2 both teams to score, £10 on this bet returns £324.89. 3 Home wins for Swansea, Peterborough and Newport County, while both teams to score in Macclesfield V Forest Green and Preston V West Brom. Last weekend in this bet Leeds and Portsmouth, both top of their leagues let it down, so hoping for abit more luck this week.

In the last 5 seasons Swansea have played QPR twice at home and won both games, mixed bag at home for Swansea this season, with 1 win, 1 loss and a draw at home, QPR are yet to win away. Good odds on a Swansea Win.

Peterborough and Blackpool has seen 2 wins each in the last 4 fixtures, Blackpool are yet to lose away from home this season with 3 draws and 1 win, while Peterborough at home have won 2 draw 2 and lost 1, just feel they have the edge in this one.

Newport to beat Cambridge, even split of results in the last 5 meetings but with Newports home record of 3 wins in 4 and Cambridge away form being 2 defeats in 4 has made me favour Newport here.

Covered Macclesfield V Forest Green above so just leaves Preston V West Brom, no match between these in the last 5 seasons but both are 2 in 3 for their home and away fixtures.