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Slippery slope AR :p I've put a fiver on Newcastle, Ipswich, Leyton Orient and MK Dons, returns 189.21. Lets hope I have as successful a week as I did last week!

 

Lol! I've got my fingers crossed for both of us NB4.

 

Won't be too bothered if I don't win, as long as Boro do.

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I'm really hoping Kei starts today. So much more of a goal threat than juke.

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£1.89 on any 3 of these scores being right wins me £200

West Ham v Newcastle

Newcastle 2-0 @ 10/1

West Ham v Newcastle

Newcastle 3-0 @ 22/1

West Ham v Newcastle

Newcastle 2-1 @ 8/1

Norwich v Hull

Hull 2-0 @ 12/1

Norwich v Hull

Norwich 2-1 @ 17/2

Norwich v Hull

Norwich 2-0 @ 9/1

Sunderland v Southampton

Draw 1-1 @ 5/1

Sunderland v Southampton

Southampton 2-1 @ 17/2

Sunderland v Southampton

Sunderland 2-1 @ 9/1

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My bets:

 

Adomah to score first and Boro 2-0

Adomah to score and Boro win

Carayol to score and Boro win.

 

 

Leicester, Southampton, ***nal, City, Liverpool and Newcastle - £2 returns £46

 

City, Brugge, ***nal, M***ille, Roma, Juventus, Lisbon, Alkmaar, Vitesse and Standard Liege - £2 returns £51

 

***nal, City, Liverpool, Madrid, Juventus and Roma - £3 returns £8.93 haha.

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Slippery slope AR :p I've put a fiver on Newcastle, Ipswich, Leyton Orient and MK Dons, returns 189.21. Lets hope I have as successful a week as I did last week!

 

Lol! I've got my fingers crossed for both of us NB4.

 

Won't be too bothered if I don't win, as long as Boro do.

 

Thanks for tips. I've got some money on it also. Hope we all win:)

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I'm thinking of putting a bet on myself, after all Middlesbrough should be beating teams like Charlton.

 

With all due respect of course...

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I've got Boro 3-1 with Kamara to score anytime @ 20-1

The Wifes got Boro 2-0 with Juke to score anytime @ 11-1

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Put boro in my accy again. Dangerous I know, but they didnt let me down last time (bloody Norwich did!)

 

Got to be a win though. 3-0 with juke, adomah and kei to score.

Sure someone said charlton had trouble when they were pressed, so if we get carayol and adomah pushing them back on the wings and emnes scaring their CD's in the middle we should do well.

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@Boro: Boro: Given, Emnes, Williams R, Ledesma, Varga, Leadbitter ©, Carayol, Friend, Whitehead, Ayala, Main #UTB


No Albert at all today or loan players

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Boro team to play Charlton

 

Given; Varga, R Williams, Ayala, Friend; Leadbitter, Whitehead; Ledesma, Emnes, Carayol; Main.

 

Subs: Konstantopoulos, Butterfield, Jutkiewicz, Gibson, Kamara, Smallwood, Woodgate.

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@Boro: Boro: Given, Emnes, Williams R, Ledesma, Varga, Leadbitter ©, Carayol, Friend, Whitehead, Ayala, Main #UTB


No Albert at all today or loan players

 

Varga and Given

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Interesting. We've got no Albert, Emnes and Main NEED to step up and get a*** the goals now, especially if he'll be missing for some time..

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