Boxing Day Betting - 26 Dec 2014

Two bets for today:
Brentford - Ipswich Town, Brentford -0.25 at 2.06 (Sbobet)
Leeds United - Wigan Athletic, Leeds 0.0 at 2.09 (BetVictor)

Happy holidays, lads!

Premier League betting - 7 Dec 2014

Aston Villa - Leicester, A.Villa -0.25 at 2.18 (Matchbook)
After a great start of the campaign and 10 points in the four opening rounds, Villa lost six in a row and most of the time looked pretty hopeless. Now, they’re in uptrend again, no defeat in four, Benteke is back and he scored for midweek win at Palace. This kind of games is their way of living. Leicester have collected only two points out of last nine games, five straight defeats on the road and no goal in four of those. Before QPR previous weekend, they had only 12 shots on target in 6 away games. Nigel Pearson had some arguing with the fans, which doesn’t help. It’s like 1-0 Villa for me, but taking some insurance in case of a draw.

Championship betting - 6 Dec 2014

Cardiff - Rotherham Utd, Cardiff -0.75 at 2.07 (Sbobet)
Cardiff are having five home wins in a row, seven out of nine this season. Rotherham are going in the opposite direction, no win in last five games in the league, scored only one goal in those. Only win on the road this season came against Millwall, back in August.

Ipswich - Leeds, Ipswich -0.75 at 2.04 (Sbobet)
Ipswich have four wins out of last five in the league and lost only one of last 15. At home they have five wins out of last seven and only one defeat out of last 14. Leeds are different kind of animal at Elland Road. In previous round they run over the leaders Derby, but on the road only one win out of 10 with four defeats in last five.

Premier League betting - 6 Dec 2014

QPR - Burnley, Over 2.5 at 2.10 (Tipico)
Last five games that QPR played at home ended with 3 or more goals, while they scored 2 goals in each (two of those five were against L’pool and Man City). I read somewhere they had 33 goal attempts against Leicester. They’ve been doing well in their mini-league, collecting 10 points from home games against Sunderland, Stoke, Aston Villa and Leicester.
Burnley on the other hand, are undefeated in last four, practicing some combat spirit, but seriously lacking in quality. Their last four on the road ended with 3 or more goals, while they scored in 7 out of last 8 away.
And odds. Odds are very acceptable.