February 22nd, 2015 Betting Tips: Soccer, UFC Fight Night 61, WWE Fast Lane

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Busy night ahead with the NBA and NHL in action of course and also two big events. We have UFC Fight Night 61 as well as WWE Fast Lane.

So a lot of potential betting action let’s get to it:

Soccer Betting Tips:

First up, we HAVE to mention Hamilton against Celtic. After a strong start to the season, the Accies are on a very, very bad run. But we’ve seen from them that they can really bring the business from earlier in the season, and Celtic are 2/11 after Europe.

It’s not a sure thing by any means, but the bet of Hamilton or Draw at 4/1 is some tremendous value.

In the English Premier League, we’re also going to go with Tottenham to beat West Ham. Of course Spurs did just play in Europe on Thursday as well – but it’s still a solid price. Tottenham have had a few nice results lately, and West Ham are of course without Andy Carroll. It’ll be tight, but we like Spurs to get the win.

Also have to go with Everton to beat Leicester. Everton are poor this season, but Leicester are REALLY bad. The 5/6 price is a nice one here, and it will be a good game for Everton to get a healthy victory.

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UFC Fight Night 61 Betting Tips:

Quite the card, with all the interest being in Bigfoot vs Mir. There’s just something about a heavyweight match I find that really adds to a show.

In the main event, we have to go with Frank Mir. 3.40 is a nice price and we know Mir has lost 4 in a row, but Mir is a tricky fighter. Two of those losses were against JDS and Cormier and he still hung in with both of them. The thing with Bigfoot is his lone fight since the whole testosterone issue after Hunt was with Arlovski and he was killed. Unless he’s been using again – we think Mir has a great chance and has a lot of value here.

The rest of the card is quite tricky and there’s practically no value. All the favourites should probably win. The only value we see and it’s slight, is Santiago Ponzinibbio to beat Sean Strickland. He’s 2.40 and this should be an explosive fight. Both these guys love to fight. Ponzinibbio hasn’t really showing himself too much on the big stage and even his win over Oliveira – that was a late change. But we think he is worth the bet – we went back and watched a lot of his pre-UFC stuff, and we were impressed enough to bet.

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WWE Fast Lane Betting Tips:

Should be a good card in the buildup to Wrestlemania.

The main event is Roman Reigns vs Daniel Bryan, and the bookies are taking bets on it being a no contest. Reigns is the current favourite at -210 odds. Bryan is a whopping +1608. I just can’t see them putting Bryan over and winning – even at that price.

Paige to beat Nikki Bella isn’t too bad at +200. There’s a good chance of that hapopening – we’ve made a lot of money betting the Divas matches.

We like the Usos to retain the tag titles versus Kidd/Cesaro. -120 odds for that. Leading into Wrestlemania, Usos are the best choice to hold the titles.

Bad News Barrett to retain the Intercontinental Championship at +220 is also a good price.

Bet: You can bet WWE Fast Lane at 888 (Americans try BetOnline)