Tier 1 Multi – September Week Three
Group Multi – 21 September 2018 ft. Wolfsburg, Leicester, Fulham, Watford and more
Betting tips, soccer previews and predictions
Fulham v Watford (BTTS) @ $1.60
Craven Cottage, 9:30pm Saturday
Watford will be stinging to get back to winning ways after their first loss of the season. They were decent quality against United who put in their best showing of the season. Watford have a nearly full strength team to choose from. This Watford side haven’t been held goalless all season including preseason games and I can see the banging in a few goals against Fulham side that have yet to keep a clean sheet.
Fulham started the season off shaky but went on a three game unbeaten run against Burnley, Exeter City, and drawing away to Brighton. Fulham games have all been high scoring with an average of a huge 3.8 goals per game. This is going to be a high scoring affair. My prediction is a 1-3 win for Watford.
– Le Professer
Prediction: 1 – 3
Wolfsburg (win over 1.5) v Freiburg @ $2.10
Volkswagen Arena, 11:30pm Saturday
After a near disaster season last year, Wolfsburg have started the season off on fire with 7 from a possible 9 points. Scoring a huge 7 goals in their three league games, they’ll be far too strong at home for a gutless Freiburg. Freiburg could find themselves in the relegation battle this season if they don’t turn things around quickly with 8 goals conceded and only a single draw to show for their efforts. The goals have been shared for Wolfsburg but young winger Brekalo is a player to watch. Overall I think the trip to the Volkswagen Arena will be far too big an ask for Nils and co.
Prediction: 2 – 0
Leicester (win and over 1.5) v Huddersfield @ $2.10
King Power Stadium, 12.00am Sunday
A more confident Big Show would be going for a double pronged glory play with Koln and over 1.5 leg; Saturday morning and a $2.50 tier 1. Nevertheless, another midweek top up of the IYWNB kitty and I’m looking to play in the V and keep the cross-bat shots in the locker until I take the shine off the ball. This has taken me to the King Power Stadium where the Foxes will be looking to get back to winning ways. This side hasn’t been shy of goals, after getting put to the sword by the Cherries last week, they kept on fighting to halve a 4 goal deficit by the 90th minute.
With quite a bit of attacking talent in the ranks, there’s never been a better time for Leicester to get back in the winners circle against a Huddersfield who look early favourites for the drop, having won just once from their last 15 Premier League games. Either Jonny Evans or Soyoncu (who will be put through a fitness test) will look to pair Maguire at Centre Back after Wes Morgan got red carded for doing the helicopter with his BBC last weekend. Expect Huddersfield to sit deep but if Leicester can get one, it will bring two as the away side leave themselves open in the pursuit of an equaliser. Look for Maddison to open them up or a bit of Ghezzal magic from wide.
– Big Show
Prediction: 3 – 0
Brighton v Spurs (BTTS) @ $1.70
Falmer Stadium, 2.30am Sunday
I’m still in the refractory period, days on after watching Tottenham… Spurs it up on Wednesday morning, but there really is no such thing as too much of a good thing so we go again on Sunday morning. Tottenham don’t have a home game all season but this is a genuine away game off the back of travelling to Inter mid week, so this underwhelming thin squad will need to travel to an impressive and hungry Brighton team who have scored 9 in their past 7. I think this will end 1-1 with tired legs being over run towards the end of the 90.
– Conservative Dave
Prediction: 1 – 1