Individual Team Bet | 4th October 2014

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AFTER tipping up Rochdale Over 1.5 Goals last week, Hugh Wilson (@Hugh_Wilson) is back with another bet this weekend.

Leyton Orient v Swindon | Saturday 15:00

I was delighted to bag the 12/5 on Rochdale Over 1.5 Goals last week, and I’ll continue to oppose Leyton Orient as Swindon arrive in East London. The West Country side are in brilliant form at the moment and have netted at least twice in their last five games. 7/4 is the price on the board and that’s another unbelievable price.

Orient’s woes continue, just like the Colchester game earlier in the season they failed to take advantage of having an extra man when Dale had a player sent off last week and the situation looks worrying at the Matchroom Stadium.

There’s no doubt about it that Swindon are the form side in League One at the moment, and after knocking five past Sheffield United two weeks ago and three against Barnsley last week, I’m confident they can punish Orient on Saturday.

Best Bet

Leyton Orient v Swindon – Swindon to score Over 1.5 Goals (7/4 Coral)

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After turning 18 and struggling to get the hang of online poker, Hugh decided to try his hand at sports betting. Working in sport from an early age, he realised his knowledge could prove profitable. Graduating from University with a degree in Broadcast Journalism, Hugh has worked for the likes of BBC, Sky Sports, ITV, Setanta as well as commentating for betting websites. In his spare time, Hugh is a keen gig goer, racking up as many Arctic Monkey’s gigs as possible (eight if you were wondering). He also enjoys travelling with his Dad, who as a pilot, has been able to take him all over the world.

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