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TREBLE BETTING TIPS FOR SATURDAY 25TH JANUARY 2014!

TREBLE BETTING TIPS FOR SATURDAY 25TH JANUARY 2014!

So here’s our treble betting tips that we see as potential winners:

 

Dumbarton VS Livingston- Home Win@17/10

Oldham VS Peterborough- Away Win@15/8

Man City VS Watford- Home Win@2/17

 

Dumbarton VS Livingston- Dumbarton have won 3 on the bounce and by atleast a 2 goal margin each time and should be extra confident after their 5-1 away victory at Alloa last week. Livingston have been struggling to find the net recently, only scoring once in the last 3 games. They haven’t been particularly bad away from home, but we think this recent push from Dumbarton will continue on Saturday!

Oldham VS Peterborough- Oldham have lost 4 out of their last 5 matches and have only scored 1 goal in their last 4. We think they will be lacking attacking flare again on Saturday. Peterborough have won their last 2 matches, including a 4-3 tussle with inform Notts County, where they had to come back from a 2-0 deficit. We think they’ll continue this recent form!

Man City VS Watford- Man City have won every home match they’ve played in the Premier League and show no signs of slowing down as they dream of winning the Quad. Watford are obviously a league below and in our opinion haven’t shown enough quality in attack or defence to stop this from being an easy victory for Man City. This is added to our treble to increase the odds, as it’s virtually guaranteed.

 

A £10 stake on the treble returns about £87 with William Hill, who offer the best odds!

Treble Betting Tips For Saturday 25th January 2014
 
 






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