The Set Odds’ 4-4-2 Betting System: Post-Weekend Review [Week 9]

Hello all,

It was an OK end to September as the Win 5fold landed at slightly less than 9/2 with four wins and Preston drawing in the Draw No Bet leg, meaning that part of the bet was voided.

The bet returned at odds of around 3/1, depending on who you bet with. A win is a win as they say!

Hopefully some of you got stuck into Stoke on Saturday as I tweeted about them looking great value at 2/1 to win at home against an indifferent Southampton, and they obliged.

I made my Big Match Preview debut on Saturday, putting up some Chelsea v Man City betting tips.

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But I proved to be the kiss of death for Alvaro Morata as he went off injured after I tipped him to score first in the game. Typical, but the Blues have confirmed his injury is “not serious”.

City won 1-0, ruining my 1-1 tip. It was Kevin De Bruyne’s wonder strike which won it for City and if you cast your minds back to pre-season I tipped him up at a huge 20/1 to be named PFA Player of the Year which looks to be incredible value now.

As predicted, Middlesbrough drew at home to Brentford in the Championship but the 21/2 Draw Double was denied by Bristol City winning 3-1 at Ipswich.

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Forest Green and Yeovil have both been involved in shed loads of goals this season but they both lost 1-0 at home last weekend, costing us the 17/1 Over 2.5 goals acca as the other three selections landed.

It was another good week for my football viewing though as Aston Villa continued their recent run of League wins making it four from four with a 1-0 win over Bolton.

We weren’t at our best but it’s good to win ugly at times, and since I tipped us up at 12/1 each-way to win the Championship last week we’ve been cut to a best price of 9/1. The bookies are running scared!

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On Sunday I put up one bet, a 13/2 5fold, but Everton ruined it by losing at home to Burnley. The other four selections, of course, flew in.

It’s the return of the dreaded internationals this week as World Cup qualifying concludes with England‘s no doubt dull encounters against Slovenia and Lithuania.

It looks like being a fairly quiet week on the betting front but we’ll hopefully be able to make some profit on the internationals and League One and League Two fixtures this weekend.

Don’t forget to check out The Set Odds‘ Twitter for additional tips I might spot throughout the week.

 

The Set Odds’ Betting System total profit/loss 2017/18 = -67.5pts

 

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The Set Odds’ 4-4-2 Betting System: Post-Weekend Review [Week 9]
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