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    Tom's Tips; Football betting tips for Saturday 14th November



    By Tom Regan
    @TomRegan29

    The international break means a limited fixture list, but there is still plenty of action across the English divisions. The first bet on offering is a BTTS treble which I have come up with after some extensive research.

    This BTTS treble comes in at 4.18/1 with bet365.

    Accrington Stanley v Newport County (8/11 @ bet365)

    At first glance this appears a strange choice when considering the League Two standings, but when I dug a little deeper, I had no choice but to include this fixture. Accrington have won their last three, and are pushing strongly for promotion in 4th. They haven't failed to score at home in the league since March 2015, which funnily enough, came against Newport. Stanley have scored 6 in their last 2 at The Crown Ground, but have failed to keep a clean sheet since the 1-0 win over Mansfield in mid August. They have conceded a staggering 8 in their last 3, but most importantly, their last 6 home games have thrown up BTTS outcomes.

    The Exiles sit in 21st, just 4 points above bottom club Dagenham & Redbridge, but they are in good form having secured 8 points in their last 4 games, with back to back wins against Wycombe and Bristol Rovers away from Rodney Parade. With 6 goals in their last 2, the Welsh outfit will back themselves to find the net against an explosive but extremely leaky Accrington. Don't be put off by the league standings, this fixture is a no brainer for me in terms of both teams scoring.

    Yeovil v Stevenage (4/6 @ bet365)

    This is a crucial League Two encounter at Huish Park on Saturday. Yeovil will be desperate for the points as they try and escape from the bottom two, whilst Stevenage will want to steer themselves well away from a relegation scrap altogether. The Glovers have not tasted victory in the league at home since the 3-2 dismantling of Luton on 22nd August, but have only failed to find the net in 1 of their last 7 on home soil. They have conceded in 8 consecutive home games, failing to keep a clean sheet since the 3-0 win over Lincoln on May 6th. Crucially, 6 of the last 7 at Huish Park have ended with both scoring.

    The last 5 Stevenage games has seen both teams score, with 4 of their last 5 away from The Lamex ending in BTTS outcomes. The most worrying thing for Teddy Sheringham, is that his side have not sealed an away win in the league since a 1-0 win at Cheltenham Town back in April. However, they have found the net in 5 of their last 6 on the road, and they must fancy their chances of scoring against their lower placed opponents.

    Wrexham v Gateshead (4/5 @ bet365)

    Only goal difference separates the two sides in The National League. The last 4 games at The Racecourse Ground has seen both teams score, with an average of 5 goals per game. The Dragons know where the net is, reflected by their tally of 9 in 3, but they also know how to let goals in, conceding 6 in their last 3 at home. They have only failed to score on one occasion in the last 14, and have leaked goals in 7 of their last 10 on Welsh soil.

    The Tynesiders know how to get a result away from The International Stadium, having won their opening 3 away from home this term. Most impressively, they have then gone on to dismantle Eastleigh and Forest Green Rovers on the road, which is an outstanding achievement when you see the current standings. Gateshead have found the net in 8 of their last 10 away, conceding in 6 of their last 7 away. The Racecourse Ground is raining goals at the minute, and I can only see that trend continuing today. A definite BTTS fixture to complete my treble.

    I would normally figure who I think will win and place an accumulator, however, I am struggling to find teams I am certain will win, so instead, I am happy to place a low stake BTTS & Win treble.

    This BTTS & Win treble comes in at 84.5/1. Well worth a couple of quid.

    Swindon v Scunthorpe BTTS & Scunthorpe win (3/1 @ bet36)

    Both teams have scored in 4 of Swindon's last 5 at home, and exactly the same for Scunthorpe on their travels. Swindon have not won at The County Ground since the opening day victory over Bradford, going on to lose 5 of the next 7, and sit joint bottom with Crew Alexandra.

    Until the recent 4-2 victory at Oldham, Scunthorpe had gone 15 on the road in League One without a win. They lost the very next game to Gillingham, but then saw off Chesterfield 3-0. With 4 wins in their last 5 league games, they have the form to take into the fixture and should see off a sorry Swindon side.

    York v Plymouth BTTS & Plymouth win (15/4 @ bet365)

    York sit just one place and three points clear of the bottom three in League Two. Despite their precarious position, their last 6 home games have staged BTTS outcomes, but The Minstermen have failed to win any of those fixtures.

    Plymouth are flying high, and boast a 5 point cushion at the top. The Pilgrims have lost just one of their last 5 on the road, winning 3 of them. The gulf in class should tell here, but I still fancy York to find the net.

    Halifax v Braintree BTTS & Braintree win (7/2 @ bet365)

    Halifax remain bottom of The National League, however, they have scored in 7 of their last 8 at home. The problem is that they have conceded 10 in their last 2 at The Shay Stadium.

    Braintree sit in 7th, and just goal difference denies them the final play-off spot. With just 1 loss in 9 on their travels, the Essex based club will pose some real problems for Darren Kelly's men, having already won 5 away from Cressing Road this term. This completes my BTTS & Win treble, and I honestly think it has a strong chance.

    Good luck if you decide to back any of my bets, but most importantly, bet responsibly and only what you can afford to lose.

    Tom.
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