Beat The Bookie - Bolton Wanderers
Friday, 9th Nov 2018 07:51 by Planet Swans (follow us on Twitter @swansnews)
For so long last weekend it looked as if the predictions we made in our opening beat the bookie feature were to come true but two late Rotherham penalties changed all that and the stakes were lost but we don't give up and we have been taking a look at the weekend options to give you a view of this weekend at Bolton.
There is little doubt that the Swans dominated last weekend at Rotherham and really should have won but those two late penalties and a host of missed chances will have haunted the team all week so we cannot help but feel that there is something about that which should see us putting our faith behind that thought?
Once again we have teamed up with the Swans official sponsors, BetUK to look at the best of the odds and we start by backing the Swans to return to winning ways at 11/10. Had we won last week (as we should) then I cannot help but feel we would have been odds on for tomorrow so to get these odds is something I am going with.
Dan James is a player on fire at the moment, his pace is worrying defenders across the Championship and that speed was evident when he set up McBurnie last week for the Swans goal. He is simply due a goal and at 8/1 for the first goal I am not sure the bookies have really caught onto his pace so that is value again for me (it becomes more value when you consider Narsingh is 9/1)
Adding to the value in the goalscoring market then Jay Fulton at 7/1 to score anytime looks good to me. Jay has had a couple of goals this season and whilst I am not sure I would back for first goal (although 18/1 is very very good value) at 7/1 for a goal at any time I like those odds.
Our final selection for this week looks at the scoreline in the game. BetUK offer a multi bet exact score market which tomorrow is offering odds of 29/10 for the Swans to win either 2-1, 3-1 or 4-1. 4-1 may be optimistic but the other two are possible so at those odds that's having some stake as well.
You can of course view all of the BetUK markets on this game by looking at their odds page and clicking this link http://bit.ly/2z4xHJa
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