Betting Exchange Tips | 3rd October 2015


WE'VE scoured the odds at Matchbook (@TeamMatchbook) and come up with these three bets we're happy to lay this weekend.

Crystal Palace v West Brom | Saturday 12:45 | BT Sport 1

West Brom must be hurting after their collapse on Monday night when 2-0 up against Everton and they look an interesting proposition in this match on Saturday.

At 4.8 they look too big and backable but a better option might be to lay Crystal Palace at 1.95. Despite the fact Alan Pardew has really improved the club they remain unconvincing at home and have lost two of their three Selhurst Park league matches this season.

Aston Villa v Stoke | Saturday 15:00

Stoke finally got their first Premier League win of the season last weekend when they beat Bournemouth 2-1 and now they've got Aston Villa in their sights. Tim Sherwood's side haven't won since the opening day of the season and are starting to flounder.

Matchbook are allowing us to lay Under 2/2.5 Goals at 1.98 which feels generous. Villa, for all their faults, are scoring goals (six in their last four matches) and have seen four of their last five league games go Over 2.5 Goals.

Hearts v Kilmarnock | Saturday 15:00

Imagine being able to lay a side at odds of 1.53 who had taken just one point from their last 12 available. That team is Hearts and they look layable at home to Kilmarnock on Saturday.

Robbie Neilson's side lack have lost three of their last four fixtures and were fortunate to beat Killie in the League Cup recently. A number of the Kilmarnock team have links to Hearts and this could be a feisty affair.

Best Bets

Crystal Palace v West Brom – Lay Crystal Palace (1.95 Matchbook)

Aston Villa v Stoke – Lay Under 2/2.5 Goals (1.98 Matchbook)

Hearts v Kilmarnock – Lay Hearts (1.53 Matchbook)

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