March 30th, 2015 Betting Tips: NBA, NHL, Burton Albion

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So if you remember yesterday, we said it was going to be epic, didn’t we? Well, George Coetzee got us off to an OK start, with a place, so our each-way bet at 16/1 was pretty nice. But more importantly, Cristie Kerr went and won the Kia Classic by 3 shots and we tipped her midweek at 66/1! You know, not a bad end to the week, really. Needless to say, the beers were flowing at our Wrestlemania party.

On the subject of Wrestlemania, not the greatest of betting propositions, but it was fun to watch. Although the big UFC fans all let out a huge groan when Ronda got into the ring. Brock being in the WWE is one thing, but it’s Ronda, man. On the gambling front, yeah, Orton got us over the line, and the rest were more about the value. No Sheamus, but that’s fine. As for Sting – welcome to the WWE, friend! But we loved the show so much we watched it again after it finished.

And let’s not forget our Malaysian Grand Prix tips. Our F1 tipster was loving this race. He’s been going on about how this proves Hamilton cruising to the championship isn’t a forgone conclusions. We’re only two races in, so the rest of us still have to be convinced. Still, Max Verstappen got into the points, so we got a nice win there. He’s a real talent, and already proving to be more than capable of filling his father’s shoes. Romain Grosjean only managed 11th, but that’s a good stepping stone for Lotus, so we’ll be keeping an eye on them in the coming weeks and months, as they could be the dark horse now they’ve got some information on how the car’s running.

We also can’t forget Gibraltar scoring a competitive goal against Scotland. Well done, even if they did lose 6-1, because Scotland, for the first-half, looked just as much an amateur side.

Now let’s get onto the tips free sports betting tips for March 30th, 2015.

NBA Betting Tips for 30th March

Milwaukee vs Atlanta

Atlanta has wrapped the Eastern Conference up, so there’s nothing left to play for in their case until the playoffs start. So it’s a great time to rest all the big guns, and Mike Budenholzer did just that against Charlotte, with the Hawks going down 115-100 to the Hornets on Saturday. The line here is an interesting -7.5 here, and with the Bucks not losing in Atlanta this season, it’s safe to say the Bucks might just be confident coming here, especially if the Hawks decide to rest the starters again. Milwaukee +7.5 is the smart play here, and if, closer to tip-off, it comes out the starters are rested, take the Bucks moneyline, too. But the Bucks go well here, regardless, so even if it’s a full-strengths Hawks, Milwaukee won’t care, plus the starters definitely won’t all play big minutes.

Utah vs Minnesota

This time last week, we tipped up Minnesota +12 against Utah, and they actually went and won in a high-scoring contest, considering Utah’s previous record. 210 points were scored, and, you know what, the books have the line at 185. Minnesota, in their last five, have crushed that line, so we’re looking for week-old history to repeat itself. Over 185 points is our play here. Utah’s defense can be miserly, but this time last week it wasn’t, so why should that change in such a short space of time?

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NHL Betting Tips for 30th March

Buffalo vs Arizona

A highlight of last weeks action was the Sabres’ fans cheering Arizona’s game-winning goal. Can you blame them? The Sabres would have felt confident of getting a win in front of their fans, yet they still managed to lose. It’s been such a long season for them, and it’s almost over, thankfully. But the Coyotes stink at home, just as much as Buffalo do, and we actually liked Buffalo against Colorado, as they showed some fight. Being on the road will benefit the Sabres, which is weird, so take Buffalo Sabres to win in the battle of the basement-dwellers, as a nice bit of value.

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English League Two Betting Tips for 30th March

Burton vs Stevenage

First plays ninth here, and a Burton win would see them go five-points clear of Shrewsbury and virtually seal automatic promotion (although they’ll struggle to not go up, to be fair). A win for Stevenage puts them above Luton and out of the playoffs by virtue of goal difference, so a lot to play for tonight for both teams. The fact is, Burton are going well, even with the injuries, and the loanees they’ve brought in are of high-calibre. Burton have won their last four, with a big home win over Southend on the 18th of March, so they’re in great form. Stevenage are winless in their last three, drawing and losing to teams below them in the league. Burton are close to odds-against here, so there is huge value in Albion winning here. Burton Albion to beat Stevenage looks like huge value to us.

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