Betting Exchange Tips | 10th October 2015


WE'VE eyed up the odds at Matchbook (@TeamMatchBook) this weekend and came up with our Top 3 bets to avoid.

Fleetwood v Coventry | Saturday 15:00

This looks a fascinating match on Saturday in League One. Coventry have started the season well with six wins from their opening 10 matches and Tony Mowbray's side are in the Top 5 of the third tier. On Saturday they host struggling Fleetwood. This mightn't be straight-forward though.

Fleetwood have just appointed ex-Coventry boss Steven Pressley and that's sure to have a positive effect on the players. The Highbury side finished eight points clear of the Sky Blues last season and can get something from this game. Lay Coventry at 2.60.

Iceland v Latvia | Saturday 17:00 | Sky Interactive

Matchbook have Iceland at just 1.46 to win this game and for a side who have already qualified from the group that might be a little short. Lars Lagerbacks's men have had a wonderful campaign but will their focus be as sharp here?

Latvia on their day can be awkward opponents and have drawn twice against Turkey and managed to share the points with the Czech Republic when they clashed in Prague earlier in the year. Lay Iceland -1 at 1.77.

Croatia v Bulgaria | Saturday 19:45 | Sky Sports 5

These are worrying times for Croatia. After looking like certs to qualify for Euro 2016 earlier in the year the Croats have failed to win any of their last three matches. These results have cost Niko Kovac his job and Lokomotiv Zagreb coach Ante Cacic has come in to replace him.

On Saturday they're at home to Bulgaria and it's a huge challenge for the new regime. Priced at just 1.33 they simply have to be taken on and look a great lay at 2.04 conceding 1.5 goals.

Best Bets

Fleetwood v Coventry – Lay Coventry (2.60 Matchbook)

Iceland v Latvia – Lay Iceland -1 (1.77 Matchbook)

Croatia v Bulgaria – Lay Croatia -1.5 (2.04 Matchbook)

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