Betting Exchange Tips | 12th September 2015


LAST week on the column we laid Wales against Israel. What are the key Matchbook lays this weekend?

Norwich v Bournemouth | Saturday 15:00

All three promoted clubs to the Premier League have had a sprightly start to the new season and two of them clash here. Both Norwich and Bournemouth have picked up four points so far and head into this game in good spirits.

Being able to lay Under 2.5 Goals at 2.00 at Matchbook looks very tempting. Both Alex Neil and Eddie Howe will surely have targeted this match for three points and expect the goals to flow.

Dundee United v Kilmarnock | Saturday 15:00

Wow! Both these sides turn up at Tannadice in awful form with just one league win between them all season. United have been a deep disappointment with just one point from their last 12 while Gary Locke must be on the brink at Kilmarnock after a winless start to the campaign.

None of these sides inspire any sort of confidence but when you can lay one of them at odds on you have to get involved. Lay Dundee United at 1.82.

Manchester United v Liverpool | Saturday 17:30 | Sky Sports 1

The headline match of the weekend sees Manchester United take on Liverpool at Old Trafford. It's been a fractious fortnight for the home side after their defeat to Swansea followed further slapstick antics in the transfer window. Liverpool themselves have had to chew over their 3-0 home defeat to West Ham for the past two weeks.

Manchester United are currently at 2.00 and that looks ripe for laying. While they may win it's debatable whether they deserve to be as short as that after what's been a flaccid campaign with no inspiring domestic performance. Take a chance and lay at 2.00.

Best Bets

Norwich v Bournemouth – Lay Under 2.5 Goals (2.00 Matchbook)

Dundee United v Kilmarnock – Lay Dundee United (1.82 Matchbook)

Manchester United v Liverpool – Lay Manchester United (2.00 Matchbook)


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