Football Betting Tips: The Set Odds’ 4-4-2 Betting System [Internationals]

Hi all,

Happy Jim White Day – I have been longing to see that yellow tie out in force ever since the transfer window opened this summer!

If it wasn’t for the thought of watching hyped up transfer dealings with managers galore hanging out of their car windows today I would probably still be crying into my Corn Flakes at the thought of the Premier League and Championship┬áteams having a weekend off.

Like the early stages of the League Cup, I find these international games tricky to call because there isn’t a great deal of form to go on.

Preparation is also difficult this weekend with players jetting out of training camps to sign last-minute deals. Most probably at Arsenal when they do their usual panic buying.

But between Friday and Saturday’s internationals, and the League One and League Two games on Saturday, I have managed to come up with a full selection of 4-4-2 Betting System markets!

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We start in sunny South America in the early hours of Friday morning with an in-form Brazil, who have won 10 of their 14 World Cup qualifiers so far. They should have enough at home to Ecuador to get the Win 5fold off to a Samba-stic start.

Later that night, I fancy the ever-reliable Germany to go to Czech Republic and bring back all three points, plus I really like the look of Poland to either draw or win in Denmark.

On Saturday, over in League One, I’m hoping Walsall are buoyed by their comeback at home to Bradford last time out, when they went 3-0 down after 49 minutes only to get it back to 3-3, against a struggling Plymouth side who have picked up just one point away in two games.

Plus, I fancy Wycombe to either win or draw at home to an inconsistent Forest Green to complete what is hopefully a winning 5fold.

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Also on Saturday, I really like the look of the Draw Double.

Wales have drawn their last five games so I have picked them out for a sixth successive stalemate at home to a decent Austrian team, and a super Spain side host an Italy team who have won their last five, so I think they’ll cancel each other out.

The Handicap Treble was a particularly tough one to research this week and I nearly left it off completely but decided to go for Brazil and Germany, and I’ve delved into the National League for one pick.

I fancy Leyton Orient to build on the four points they picked up in their two games over the bank holiday weekend with a convincing win at home to Guiseley.

I have narrowly missed out on Over 1.5 goals and Under 2.5 goals accas this season, the latter of which has gone down twice in injury time, and I am determined to land at least one of these markets this weekend.

The Over 1.5 goals acca is dominated by League One and League Two teams this Saturday, where there will hopefully be a lot of leaky defences.

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I also cannot believe a Half-Time Draw Treble is yet to land. I’ve picked out the top versus second clash in League Two when Exeter entertain Newport County.

I fancy a close encounter because I cannot split the two sides. Newport have drawn away at Crewe and Stevenage this season, and won at Coventry, while Exeter have seen off Lincoln and Cambridge at home.

With no Villa for me to watch this weekend I’m doing something even worse than watching international games – moving house. A couple of weekend winners would cheer me right up, though!

Finally, I haven’t chosen any Thursday games for the 4-4-2 System but have picked out a little 4fold.

There are some really mismatched teams in action with Belgium hosting Gibraltar a classic example. When a team is just 8/1 for a 9-0 victory you know it’s going to be a tough one to bet on!

Thursday August 31st 4fold

Portugal -2, Switzerland -2, France v Holland BTTS, Bulgaria v Sweden Over 2.5 goals

1pt at 11/2 (Bet365 – bet HERE)


The Set Odds’ 4-4-2 Betting System (Sat fixtures unless stated)

Brazil (1.45am Friday), Germany (Friday 7.45pm), Poland or Draw (Friday 7.45pm), Walsall, Wycombe or Draw

2pts at 7/1 (Betway – bet HERE)


Bury v Scunthorpe, Doncaster v Peterborough, Southend v Rochdale, Walsall v Plymouth, Port Vale v Notts County, Wycombe v Forest Green, Crawley v Yeovil, Carlisle v Mansfield

2pts at 11/2 (Sky Bet – bet HERE)


Brazil -1 (1.45am Friday), Germany -1 (Friday 7.45pm), Leyton Orient -1

1pt at 8/1 (Bet365 – bet HERE)


Wales v Austria, Spain v Italy, Exeter v Newport

1pt at 7/1 (Betway – bet HERE)


Wales v Austria, Spain v Italy

1pt at 10/1 (Bet Victor – bet HERE)


Czech Republic v Germany (Friday 7.45pm), Doncaster v Peterborough, Walsall v Plymouth, Wycombe v Forest Green, Carlisle v Mansfield

1pt at 19/1 (Sky Bet – bet HERE)


Brazil (1.45am Friday), Serbia, Peterborough, Walsall, Wycombe

0.5pts at 118/1 (William Hill – bet HERE)


Brazil (1.45am Friday), Germany (Friday 7.45pm), England (Friday 7.45pm), Poland or Draw (Friday 7.45pm), Blackpool, Charlton, Southend, Peterborough, Walsall, Wycombe or Draw,

0.5pts at 263/1 (Betway- bet HERE)


Lithuania v Scotland (Friday 7.45pm), Finland v Iceland, Gillingham v Shrewsbury, MK Dons v Oxford United, Swindon v Barnet, Gabon v Ivory Coast

0.5pts at 21/1 (Bet Victor – bet HERE)


Brazil (1.45am Friday), Germany (Friday 7.45pm), Peterborough, Wycombe

0.5pts at 223/1 (Bet365 – bet HERE)


Good luck and follow The Set Odds for more tips!

The 12,000/1 Tipster

Football Betting Tips: The Set Odds’ 4-4-2 Betting System [Internationals]
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