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Dream Team Bets Club: A devilish double act and an 11/2 treble

Today’s Bets Club update comes to you from a sunny beach in the Bahamas.

Just kidding, but we have hit a real purple patch.

We know we said this wasn’t all about smashing the bookies, but you cannot argue with 61/1 winners just before a boozy Christmas period starts, can ya? That’s after back-to-back 8/1 winners too.


Sunday felt utterly predictable from the moment Teemu Pukki exposed Arsenal’s shambolic centre-back pairing of David Luiz and Shkodran Mustafi after just 20 minutes.

Freddie Ljungberg’s new manager bounce ended in a 2-2 draw to the Canaries while Leicester continued to churn out results. The Foxes couldn’t… could they?


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Tonight Man City go to Burnley in the first of their 24 must-win games if they have any designs on making up the 11-point gap between themselves and Liverpool.

Crystal Palace v Bournemouth is the night’s other entertainment… both televised on Amazon Prime Video, which is making its first forage into Premier League broadcasting. No pressure, lads.

Let’s start this mid-week right:

  • MAN CITY, CRYSTAL PALACE AND LYON TO WIN, 11/2 BOOST WITH BETWAY – City will prove too much for Burnley, Palace host perennial bad travellers Bournemouth and Lyon will beat Lille.
  • KEVIN DE BRUYNE TO ASSIST RAHEEM STERLING, 3/1 WITH BETWAY – City’s most lethal combination, ready to put Palace to the sword at Selhurst.

Either of those tickle your fancy?


Vardy scoring, water is wet

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Vardy scoring, water is wet

Jamie Vardy holds the record for most consecutive games scored in Premier League history with 11, but he’s already over halfway there on his current streak.

The Leicester live wire’s goal against Everton on Sunday took his tally to 13 already this season, three ahead of his nearest challengers.

And, if you absorbed our tips on Sunday, Vardy’s exploits may well have earned you a free £10 bet too.

Betway were dishing out free tenners if you staked £5 on a #BetYourWay offer and Vardy scored, which he duly did.

Easy wins, easy money.

Oh and here’s some certified Liquid Betting™ for you.

One Betway punter won their free to play 4ToScore competition on Sunday, correctly predicting that Teemu Pukki, Lys Mousset, Jack Grealish and Richarlison would all score first. They duly went home with £250k…


Eyes on the prize Tom

Eyes on the prize Tom

Today’s villain, or rather villains, is the Dubious Goals Panel and all the pathetic busy bodies that represent it.

You might have seen we tipped Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Marcus Rashford to score against Norwich and Aston Villa respectively on Sunday.

Aubameyang completed his half of the bargain and it initially looked like the United man had done his bit too, only to see his header chalked off for a Tom Heaton own goal instead.

United getting outplayed by newly promoted sides is nothing new, but Rashford getting denied cost us a lovely little 3/1 flutter.


Lads, let’s give them the lead at half time and then turn it round second half. Easy.

Lads, let’s give them the lead at half time and then turn it round second half. Easy.

The weird and wonderful world of backing Wigan to win after trailing at half time. Unfortunately the weekend was yet again more weird and than wonderful.

Sometimes there’s just nothing you can do when you come up against a player called Puscas.

The Latics were a goal to the good at half time before succumbing to a five-minute hat-trick by Reading’s George Puscas.

But just like we thought, there are normally plenty of goals when Paul Cook’s side are in action.

They may have lost four of their last five games but in that spell there’s been at least three goals in each game. Entertainers.

No midweek action for Cook’s men, so we go again at Luton on Saturday.


Have a look at these to make things lively this Sunday:

  • Treat yourself to a pie at the game: Burnley vs City, Chris Wood and Raheem Sterling both to score, 15/2 with Betway
  • Get an extra round in the pub tonight: Palace vs Bournemouth, Wilfried Zaha and Callum Wilson both to score, 9/1 with Betway

Go well, Bets Clubbers.