The "Boring" System Bets & How To Apply Them

Stuart Woodrow

Tuesday, February 26, 2019 1:52 PM UTC

Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2019 1:52 PM UTC

9 bets get the nod from my personal betting system.  Some of these selections get my approval but not all.  I will still back all of these selections, I just feel better about some than others.

<p>System betting can simplify things for you to an almost elementary level. If you’ve put the hard work in up front then it’s pretty easy to hit a button and bet on the selections that pop up on the screen every couple of days. My own particular system has a fairly low hit-rate but a healthy return on investment overall, just watch the videos we do each week for proof of that. I’ll have runs of losers and weeks where I don’t make a profit but then I’ll have enough weeks where things go right and the profit comes flooding in.</p><p>I’ve got 9 bets for you this week and although I can almost guarantee not all of them will win (that does happen though), there are some interesting selections in here and I’m going to give you my 9 tips and the reasons behind a few of them.</p><p>Please bear in mind that my system works on value and value can shift. The bets I discuss now may not be the ones I release on Thursday.</p><p>Let’s get started with the Bundesliga where there is only one tip: <a href="" target="_blank">Werder Bremen to win away at Wolfsburg on Sunday 3rd at 17:00</a>. Wolfsburg have been doing pretty well this season but recent history favours Werder Bremen and the odds provide real value.</p><p>On to La Liga where we have two bets for this weekend. Up first is the “risky” bet of the week in the <a href="" target="_blank">Eibar v Celta Vigo</a> match at Sunday lunchtime. My system has picked out the away side here but this isn’t a bet I like a whole lot. At odds of around 7/2, there is value here but this isn’t a bet you should pin a lot of hopes on. My second bet is eminently more sensible though with Atletico Madrid backed to pick up the points in their trip to Real Sociedad. The odds here are around 5/4 and I’m expecting those odds to come in. This one may not make it to Thursday.</p><p>The French Ligue 1 has 3 matches for us and we start with the match between <a href="" target="_blank">Bordeaux and Montpellier</a> on Friday. Bordeaux get the nod here but they haven’t been particularly useful to us this season (and let me down very recently) so I’m not expecting great things. Nantes, away to Guingamp and Marseille at home to Saint Etienne are the other Ligue 1 tips I have this week with Nantes looking the most promising despite Guingamp’s recent return to something resembling “form”.</p><p>Finally, we finish with my favourite league, the Premier League. 3 more bets here and one that, if it wins, will leave me quite unhappy. Let’s tackle that one first. <a href="">Tottenham welcome Arsenal to Wembley and the odds </a><a href="">favour</a><a href="" target="_blank"> the visitors here</a>. There is some good value here with 31/10 being offered around the bookies. Arsenal could really do with the points to continue their chase for 4th place but you just know Tottenham will be up for this one.</p><p><a href="" target="_blank">Burnley </a><a href="" target="_blank">are</a><a href="" target="_blank"> my second bet as they welcome Crystal Palace to Turf Moor</a>. Burnley have improved as the season goes on and they’re physical and well organized. I suspect the good ship Crystal Palace may flounder against Burnleys rock solid defence.</p><p>Finally, managerless Leicester travel to Watford but my system has highlighted the draw as being the value selection here. The best odds on the market are around 5/2 fo this one. Shop around for the best odds available but don’t go below 12/5.</p>
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