|Renew your season ticket before 5pm on Thursday 13th March to secure your seat!
This applies to upfront payers only.
Those who took the early advice on Saturday secured a 16/1 payout when BRIGHTON/DRAW landed the half-time/full-time wager; and those who followed my twitter account @BHAFerret were rewarded with the 12/5 DRAW - named as the best value late bet of the day.
Despite the way the game panned out, a draw against a fellow contender for the playoffs is a creditable return, especially with ten men, and one that retains the status quo as the teams jostle for position. On Tuesday it is deja vu when another play-off contender in the form of Queens Park Rangers come to the Amex.
Sky Bet have priced up the ALBION at 5/4, with RANGERS 12/5 and the DRAW nestling in the middle at 21/10. I would say that their odds compilers have those prices about right at this stage and it is nothing doing for us - although that may change in the run-up to kick-off like it did against Reading.
Once again we are going to invest in the HALF-TIME/FULL-TIME scenario, but this time it is a reversal from Saturday as we are plumping for QPR/DRAW @ 16/1.
We will add to this with a couple of goalscorer bets. Again these are not certain starters so we may be taking advantage of Sky Bets money-back guarantee, but both players are overpriced should Oscar give either or both of them the nod.
DAVID RODRIGUEZ (9/1) was rested on Saturday and if the Spaniard returns then that 9/1 is a very good price indeed. SOLLY MARCH (22/1) played well from the bench and is another who may be considered for a starting berth.
Just the three tips right now, but don't forget to drop by Twitter in the 45 minutes or so before kick-off when I will take a look at the revised odds once the teams are published.
Good luck and happy punting!
UPCOMING HOME FIXTURES
|Albion v QPR:|
Tuesday 11th March, kick-off 7.45pm
|Albion v Ipswich Town:|
Saturday 22nd March, kick-off 3pm
|Albion v Middlesbrough:|
Saturday 29th March, kick-off 3pm