Betting Exchange Tips | 29th August 2015


WHO are the teams you should be avoiding this weekend? What are the bets you should be swerving? We take a look at the best lays at Matchbook Exchange.

Bournemouth v Leicester | Saturday 15:00

What a great result for Bournemouth last weekend at West Ham. Eddie Howe's side managed to bulge the net four times at Upton Park as they hurt the Hammers and won their first ever Premier League match.

Despite this they look short at 2.22 with Matchbook at home to an in-form Leicester side. The Foxes have lost just one of their last 12 Premier League games and certainly look capable of getting something at The Vitality Stadium. Lay Bournemouth at 2.27.

Man City v Watford | Saturday 15:00

The fact that Man City are as short as 1.22 to back in this match indicates that goals are expected to flow in this Etihad clash but that might not be the case.

Opponents Watford are unbeaten so far this Premier League season and have picked up excellent draws against Southampton, Everton and West Brom conceding just two goals. They can keep the scoreline respectable here so lay Over 3.5 Goals at 2.11.

Celtic v St Johnstone | Saturday 15:00

It's been an awful week for Celtic as they dropped out the Champions League after defeat to Malmo and now they host St Johnstone this weekend in the Scottish Premiership.

Surely the Glasgow club will be hurting after Tuesday night's defeat so maybe we should expect an emphatic victory here? A lay of Under 3 Goals at 2.12 looks a solid call.

Best Bets

Bournemouth v Leicester – Lay Bournemouth (2.27 Matchbook)

Man City v Watford – Lay Over 3.5 Goals (2.11 Matchbook)

Celtic v St Johnstone – Lay Under 3 Goals (2.12 Matchbook)

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