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BinoBalls last won the day on May 24 2016

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  1. Memo to some Old Firm fans: the above is how it’s done. Acknowledge wrongdoing. Condemn it. No whataboutery.
  2. I had £10 on this, was standing in a queue to the bar at Doncaster races and saw it was a winner before half time...Nice work ya c**t ye
  3. Queen's Park visit Brechin on Saturday and I think the away win is definite value at 6/4 with bet365. QP deservedly beat us on the opening day (no biggie granted) and were by all accounts unlucky not to win last weekend. Brechin will IMO be one of the sides fighting relegation this season and I think QP will edge a tight game by 1 goal. Elsewhere Peterhead have got to be fancied to dispose of hapless Dumbarton up the north east at 4/5. I reckon if Dumbarton continue in their current form the bookies will get wise and start shortening whoever they're playing against every week before long. I think Albion Rovers are still being priced up like it was last season. I won some money at 4/1 on them away to Stenhousemuir on the opening day yet they're still 7/2 to win away at Annan. I've gone for a Draw No Bet thing. I've also put £10 on Viking Ton's Over 3.5 goals in the Morton game.
  4. Must have some Scottish blood in him.
  5. Haha. She'll probably be glad of the attention tbh
  6. Woops, sorry chief. Funny thing is I gave 3 selections on here first weekend of league season. All odds against, all won. Some guy even put them in a 16/1 treble and posted it on the winners thread. I didn't hear a peep. Seems the losers generate a bit more noise.
  7. Apologies to anyone lumping on Spennymoor. I'll be giving myself a pretty serious talking to tonight. If it's any consolation, I had 5 bets tonight and right now 4 of them are losing and 1 drawing. Misery.
  8. Ok chief but to give context I read tips all the time and never share them: this guy is generally very good and I’m about 15% up following him over the last season. However if Spennymoor fail to win then I’ll issue a full apology and you can have a wee shot of my wife.
  9. My expertise is entirely in Scotland; this particular tip came from Punters Lounge where a guy that *really* knows the English lower leagues tipped it as his 3 point nap for the midweek fixtures. Link: https://forum.punterslounge.com/topic/170032-non-league-predictions-august-12th-14th/
  10. Cheers, have corrected my post. You will be absolutely stinking rich in 28 hours time.
  11. If you chaps aren't on Spennymoor Town Tuesday night at anything above evens to win away at Guiseley in the English National League North then I can't imagine what on earth you're thinking.
  12. Glorious. Erection-inducing.
  13. Following last week's successful hat-trick of selections, all odds-against and all of which shortened significantly in price before kick off, it again shows the advantage of betting before the weekend is upon us. This weekend I'm really expecting Forfar to dispatch Stranraer at 8/11. They were 5/6 the other day but I think they'll come in a bit more before kick off. Edinburgh (Evens) took a pasting at rampant Cove last weekend, but they're much more reliable on their home plastic and Brechin could take a good few weeks yet to find their feet following an entire squad transformation. I predict Edinburgh will kick off at around 8/11 so Evens is worth snapping up with bet365 while it lasts. Arbroath probably won't win away to Inverness, but I disagree that they should be as long as 5/1 with bet365 to win against opposition who are struggling to find any flow at all at the moment. They'll probably kick off around 4/1. One of these situations where you're backing a side you still think will lose, but over a long period if you keep hitting value like that you will be in profit. Lastly Elgin are far too big at 16/5 to win away at Annan. I'd still make Annan slim favourites, but Elgin will surely kick off nearer the 2/1 mark. They're looking like a decent side this season at last whereas Annan, despite beating troubled Brechin 1-0 last weekend, have regressed since the previous campaign. Now sit back and watch all 4 selections collapse to defeat.
  14. Is there nothing in the rules about the number of over-agers allowed in the U-21 teams? It would be a cheek calling them U-21 if they can play half a team over 30 year olds.
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