Beat The Bookie.- Norwich City
Friday, 23rd Nov 2018 20:34 by Planet Swans (follow us on Twitter @swansnews)
The Swans return to league action tomorrow at the Liberty with the visit of high flying Norwich which will quite possibly be the biggest test that Graham Potter and his side have faced this season.
We may have been two weeks off due to the international break but it is time to see if we can beat the bookie as we look at where we think the value is in the odds ahead of tomorrow's game.
Norwich are setting the pace in the division at the moment and will be looking to stop the Swans making it three wins on the bounce at the Liberty. With five successive wins though in the league then we know that third win will be tough so personally I fancy the draw in this game which can b backed with the Swans official betting partner at 43/20.
If you want to take that one step further then I fancy a high scoring draw and at 12/1 then 2-2 is worth a few £ of anyone's money I think.
Value in football matches is often there in the first goalscorer market and on the back of his new contract then I cant help but feel that Conor Roberts at 28/1 first goal or 11/1 to score at any time just seems almost a licence to print money this week.
If you are one of our visitors though from Norfolk down for the game then I am sure you will be interested to take the odds of 19/10 for an away win but clearly most readers of this site won't be interested in backing that one.
And finally for this week although I fancy the draw if we are to win then I think it will be with a clean sheet so I am backing the Swans on that on at 59/20.
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