#TipsFromPapi: Betting, Arguments + 12 Games You Can Choose From This Weekend

Crazy title right? I know!

Just like every other thing has positives and negatives, good and bad, football games have loads of options. You may have selected Arsenal to beat Watford while another punter, in a ‘far, far away” land, may have countered you, without ever seeing your face. You get the gist?

With that in mind, I’ll like to mention two arguable betting tips in this article before dishing out my predictions for some select weekend games.

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– Do Not ACCUMULATE Any Matches in the First 2-3 Weeks of This Season
My soon-to-be friend, proposed this one in his short betting advice shared with me. I’m sure you’re wondering, “WTH! How am I even supposed to just watch without placing bets on the EPL after waiting for so long?” Well, he supported his claims with some reasons:

* The teams are just starting and hence need time to blend together.

* There might have been transfers in and out of a team new players need to settle in.

Solid enough? You decide.

Yes! It’s arguable but, how about staying away for the first couple of weeks so you can have enough to play with over the larger part of the show? Can you handle that?

– Never ACCUMULATE Up To 3-4 Matches In One League

This one is very understandable… unless you haven’t had the experience before. Compiling games in a certain league instead of “spreading your arms” can hurt, especially in leagues like the Dutch Eredivise, EPL and others.

Of course spreading your arms isn’t a sure way to avoid those sily games that’ll hurt your betslip as nothing is guaranteed on this playground, but it will be helpful to concentrate on the best games from a few leagues (Ill expantiate on this one is subsequent articles) instead of focusing on just one league.

In the end, convinced or not, it all boils down to what works best for you and what has been working for you.

Let’s talk about the select games.

As I did last week, I’ve again focused on one market: Over 1.5 goals. With time, I’ll start covering other markets. That being said, here are the games that should have more than one goal scored this weekend.

Holland: Helmond Sport v Cambuur Over 1.5 goals

Denmark: Lyngby v FC Nordsjaelland Over 1.5 goals

Czech Republic: Mlada Boleslav v Hradec Kralove Over 1.5 goals

England: Burton Albion v Derby County Over 1.5 goals

Ireland: Waterford United v Drogheda United Over 1.5 goals

Brazil: Ceara v CRB Over 1.5 goals

China: Shenzhen FC v Meizhou Hakka Over 1.5 goals

Austria: Sturm Graz v Altach Over 1.5 goals

Northern Ireland: Linfield v Dungannon Swifts Over 1.5 goals

China: Shanghai Shenxin v Tianjin Quanjian Over 1.5 goals

Brazil: Cruzeiro v Santa Cruz Over 1.5 goals

Austria: Rapid Wien v Salzburg Over 1.5 goals

Finland: KPV GrIFK Grankulla Over 1.5 goals

Remember: Only bet with what you can afford to lose.

P.S: I’d love to hear from you. Let me know what you think of these tips, how they helped you (or not) and also other markets you’d like me to give you tips on. Share your views in the comments section below or hit me up on twitter @rotdav

Cheers to a great weekend of football!


Adeyemi Adesanya
Sports Business Consultant and Football Intermediary; Risk Management & Due Diligence Consultant; Freelance Football writer & Pundit on Radio & TV and Man.Utd Fan

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