Tipster v Tipster: Saturday’s Best Bets Showdown

Tipster v Tipster: Saturday’s Best Bets Showdown

It’s approaching the end of the season and any one of our two tipsters could take the big win.

Ryan Donnelly has been going up against Craig Borland for the last month, but neither man has managed to take the lead.

Yet that could change this weekend – so here are both tipsters’ best bets:

Bet 1 – Treble at just over 5/1 with Ladbrokes – Ryan Donnelly

I’m starting off with over 2.5 goals in the match between Exeter and Morecambe tomorrow. There’s nothing to play for in this as both teams are safe and have no chance of promotion – so it should make for an open game. Morecambe have shipped most goals this season (89), but also look good for a goal (scoring 67 this season) so this match should see some action at both ends.

Next selection is promotion-chasing Accrington Stanley to score over 1.5 goals at Wycombe. Wanderers are safe and have nothing to play for, but Accrington know that anything apart from win could see them slip into the play-offs and with 2 games to go they will be looking to guarantee automatic promotion.

The final pick comes in the League One of Scotland and a game with a lot at stake as Stranraer face Cowdenbeath. Forgetting the outcome of the match, Stranraer need to win to guarantee they make the play-offs so they’ll really go for it. That’s why I fancy them to score over 1.5 goals. They’ve also won five out of their last six at home and scored two or more in four of them so they have the form for it.

Bet 2 – Treble at just under 6/1 with Ladbrokes – Craig Borland

West Ham have scored 15 in their last six away matches and will be looking to hold on to that 6th position with another win. But they could potentially steal 5th place too, with only three points separating themselves and Manchester United, so victory is a must. With just one defeat in their last 13 then, the Hammers are a safe bet here to score over 1.5 goals at 6/5.

Both Brentford and Fulham sit high in the Championship goalscorers chart and although Brentford sit in 10th position and wont reach play offs while Fulham sit one point above the relegation places but cant go down, I think that suggests there will be goals from both teams who like to attack. So over 2.5 goals at 4/7 is my second selection.

A win here for Sheffield Wednesday guarantees them a play-off spot ahead of opponents Cardiff. With only two defeats at home all season, I cant see anything other than a home win at evens.

Overall score – 0-0


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