Weekend Selections 20/11/2010

sportsnut By sportsnut, 19th Nov 2010 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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This week I'm predicting three home wins for teams who started the season slowly but are now finding their stride and climbing up their leagues.

Banker Treble!

The first leg off my treble is Derby to see off Scunthorpe at Pride Park. The Rams have turned things around after a slowish start and are now looking like a team with real play-off ambitions under Nigel Clough. Derby win lots of games at home and can notch up another home win, continuing their climb up the Championship table.

Charlton to beat struggling Yeovil is my next selection. Phil Parkinson's men made everyone sit up and take notice with an emphatic 5-1 away win at fellow promotion hopefuls Peterborough. The Addicks now sit in second place in League 1 and can confirm automatic promotion ambitions by seeing off Yeovil.

The much improved Bradford to overcome Macclesfield makes up the treble. Peter Taylor's team struggled in the early months of the season but have begun to climb the League 2 table thanks to three wins out of their last five, including a 1-0 win away at promotion hopefuls Bury. Macclesfield are better at home than away so Bradford can take all three points, keeping up their much improved form.

Derby to beat Scunthorpe @ 4/6
Charlton to beat Yeovil @ 8/13
Bradford to beat Macclesfield @ 11/10
(Prices taken from Bet365)

A £5 treble returns £28.27


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author avatar Denise O
20th Nov 2010 (#)

I don't watch the games but, for some reason I am always drawn to read your articles.
I think it is a, I love to see what y'all are up to thing.
In a good way, that is.
Thank you for sharing.:)

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author avatar Retired
14th Jan 2011 (#)

Thanks for sharing

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author avatar Kingwell
30th May 2013 (#)

Good share.

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