January 20th, 2016 Betting Tips: Abu Dhabi, NHL

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It’s Wednesday, welcome to the sports betting tips for “hump” day.

The Habs continue to just suck it up. Wow. Just some amazing stuff going on in Montreal and it will be very interesting to see when Price comes back if things change.

Let’s get to todays betting tips….

Abu Dhabi 2016 Betting Picks:

We were very close with the golf last week. We had two top 10 picks and they both went into the last day in the top 10. However they were one stroke out of the top 10 coming tied for 13th and that was disappointing as that would have been nice.

This week in the Abu Dhabi we have just the one betting pick which is Martin Kaymer.

Kaymers history at this course and in this tournament is incredible. A three time winner and honestly it should probably be four time winner if not for that epic crash on the last day of the tournament last year. Wow – was that ever something.

However you just can’t argue with Kaymers history here – nor the odds. It’s one of those tournaments where both Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy are participating and that always means that the odds for everyone else are pretty much +EV.

Spieth has shown some dangerous form as of late so no surprise he is right up there as one of the favourites – however we have to hope Kaymer can squeak in or even win this one.

Spieth has never played this course before.

We’re going to take Martin Kaymer to win and E/W. This means that if he wins – awesome we make a ton of money. And if he comes in the Top 5? We still make money.

Bet: You can place your E/W bet, known as an each-way bet, at https://www.Bovada.lv on Kaymer.

NHL Betting Picks:

3 games tonight, let’s analyze each one:

Blues vs Wings: A very tight game with a lot of injuries between the teams. With both teams banged up we’re going to take Under 5 as these two can play tight enough to make it a very low scoring game. Sometimes injuries mean lots of goals but we don’t think that happens here.

Sabres vs Avalanche: Buffalo don’t have a good history with the Avalanche – they haven’t won since 2005. The Avs go into this on the back of some erratic form – more wins than losses but just barely. Buffalo come in confident and on a tear with 4 wins in their last 5 including wins over Washington, Arizona and the Wild. 3 of their wins have been on the road too. O’Reilly and McGinn will get to play the Avs so they will have their game up. We will take Over 5 Goals.

Wild vs Ducks: The Ducks hot & cold form continued on Sunday with a loss to the Kings at home. They host the Wild who have lost 4 straight. Ducks could be missing Sami Vatanen which is a tough loss if so. Wild beat the Ducks last time they played. But really the Ducks are an excellent price and we’ve got to bet Ducks to win here.