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Welcome to the Sports Betting Tips for October 27th, 2014.
What a day yesterday for sports. In the Barclays Premier League, Man Utd got a last gasp goal against Chelsea to tie it up – and they probably deserved that one to be honest. Chelsea just weren’t that great.
NFL was something else. Some amazingly high scoring games. Tom Brady stepped up yet again and Gronkowski is showing what he is made of as they killed the Bears 51-23. There was another big shootout in the Steelers vs Colts game with the Steelers winning 51-34 off an amazing 28 point quarter – where the Colts hit 17. Amazing stuff.
Bills vs Jets was fun – poor Jets as they still struggle with the quarterback situation and it’s sad as they’ve got two solid wide recivers. Bills beat them 43-23 in a fun one.
Today we’ve got Monday Night Football Betting Tips, and we’ll see what else. Let’s get to them:
NFL: Redskins vs Cowboys Betting Tips
Can the Redskins stop the surging Cowboys? Since that opening loss, the Cowboys have won 6 streak in very impressive fashion. The Redskins turned their season around briefly last week – as they squeaked out the 19-17 win over the Titans.
Cowboys go into this one as the favourites – but the point spread is -9.5 which is on the better side. 10.5 would be a very iffy one.
We have to ride with the hot cowboys. Redskins can make it tough for them and it’s not like they’re blowing teams out of the water – but 9.5 is just enough value to bet. 10.5 or 10 and we’d stay away.
EPL: QPR vs Aston Villa Betting Tips
An interesting game between two struggling clubs.
Villa to be fair, have had a brutal, brutal schedule. They’re just coming off the back of Everton, City, Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool. They actually managed the win over Liverpool as well – but in the other games they’ve been held goalless and been beaten soundly.
QPR have not looked too good either. They came close against Liverpool but couldn’t get the job done.
It’s tough – and you have to wonder how morale is at Aston Villa right now. Are they still down or are they glad they’ve got the tough games out of the way? We’re going to back that.
Prior to that brutal set of games Villa were looking promising. While their morale is sure to be down – if you take out the games against the big teams, Villa should be the favourites here. And yet they’re heavy enough underdogs at 23/10.
That’s a price that really – we just have to take. QPR have not looked impressive at all this season and look destined to struggle longer.
If you want to play it safe, Draw or Aston Villa at 3/5 isn’t the worst price. We like the risk on Villa though.