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We went 3-0 with the betting tips yesterday.
Our wins were with Feyenoord to beat Zorya – wow was that a crazy, crazy game. 1/2 odds on that one and Feyenoord went up 3-0 early. We had it all over with then Zorya pulled it back to 3-3 but thankfully Feyenoord got it done in injury time.
We also had Hull to beat Lokeren in 90 minutes, another win. That was 11/20 price and while it was nice to win – it was sad to see Hul get eliminated. But oh well that is football. Pity as I like a lot of their players.
Our final win was Rio Ave vs Elfsborg. 5/6 odds for Rio Ave to win, and they did that in a tight 1-0 game. So 3-0 and a great day all around although the odds were always short odds. If you put them in a treble it was probably at least 7/2 which would be a good price for that.
Today is August 29th, 2014 and who is ready for some Sports Betting Tips? UFC 177 is tomorrow night, and we’re going to focus on that tonight with the betting tips so let’s get to them:
UFC 177 Betting Tips: Damon Jackson vs Yancy Medeiros
Odds wise, this one is almost a push with Damon Jackson at 1/1 odds and Yancy Medeiros at 4/5.
We like Yancy Medeiros to get the win and feel he deserves his odds as the favourite. He’s had quite the weak history in UFC so far with 2 losses and a no contest. However he discloated his thumb in the Kabilov fight and you can’t really count that. He easily defeated Yves Edwards but due to testing positive for weed it was overturned. He looked fantastic in that fight.
He was then meant to fight Ellenberger but it was a late change to Jim Miller, and Medeiros obviously hadn’t trained for that.
Damon Jackson has a lot of pressure going into this fight as the new guy, and we think the calm and skillful Medeiros will get the win.
UFC 177 Betting Tips: Danny Castillo vs Tony Ferguson
Tony Ferguson has looked solid, and he’s probably the slightly better fighter between the two. But the price of Castillo at +230 is just reeking in value. We have him prices at about +150 for this one and could stretch that to +180 but that’s it.
Castillo is a strong fighter with a lot of experience and while he’ll never be challenging for the title, he has the ability to see off Ferguson here. Like we said this is more of a value bet than anything else, but we do think it has some nice value.
Correia has already beaten one of the Four Horsewomen – can she beat another? We think so. Hell we think so and love the idea of her beating them all leading up to Ronda Rousey if UFC hire Marina Shafir which would be cool.
Either way, Correia has looked very solid in her two fights thus far, while we’re just not that sold on Baszler. Last time we saw her was on TUF and she didn’t look impressive at all.