Seeley’s Selections – Everton v West Brom
Everton v West Brom
Another great weekend for BoyleSports punters and followers of this column with winners taking us all the way to the bank yet again.
On Saturday evening we landed the Southampton away win at 11/8 and then on Sunday we hit BoyleSports for six with a West Ham win against Hull at 3/4, a win to nil at 17/10 and Andy Carroll to score the first goal also rewarded our followers with yet another 7/2 winner…
So if you want winners on all the live Premier League action, this is the place to come.
Another week of BoyleSports bookie bashing starts today and as we have got the old enemy right where we want them on the ropes and I’m certain I’m going to deliver the knock-out blows in tonight’s Monday Night Football between Everton and West Brom.
A month ago if somebody had told me I could get 5/6 with BoyleSports on a home win for Everton in this one, it would have been a mortgage job, but tonight on a freezing cold evening in Merseyside, I’m not so sure.
This is a massive game for Roberto Martinez and his team, defeat here will see them both in all kinds of problems.
The Blues have been suffering with them in recent weeks with only one win in their last 12 matches and the bitter disappointment of the 9-8 penalty shoot-out defeat to West Ham would have taken a lot out of this side both physically and mentally.
I can’t back them at the prices, but saying that I couldn’t be steaming into the 4/1 with BoyleSports on West Brom either.
Tony Pulis has arrived at Hawthornes and he does what Pulis does, wins football matches and ugly.
Since his arrival the baggies have won both of their games and haven’t conceded a goal, putting in a typical Pulis performance in the 1-0 win over Hull last week.
I think this will be very, very tight as both teams will look at this as a pivotal game of their season and the first bet I would recommend is the match to produce less than three goals at 4/5 with BoyleSports.
Five of the last six Everton games have seen this market come in as a winner and with sub-zero temperatures across the country this usually sees a decrease in goal action.
Everton’s last three games have all finished 1-1 and that’s 11/2 with BoyleSports to happen again tonight at Goodison Park. I don’t like the chances of that, but I do think the draw is over-priced at BoyleSports bargain of 13/5. I think both managers/sides would be happy for a point after the weekend results and the longer the match goes on I think thats exactly what they will get.
With under 2.5 goals expected and a draw, I’m not liking the 1-1 so you don’t have to be Inspector Morse to realise that my final bet is on No Goalscorer tonight at BoyleSports 8/1.
Everton offer no goal threat at all at the moment and in freezing cold conditions I’m not expecting BoyleSports 7/2 favourite striker Romelu Lukaku putting in a decent shift.
If you do expect goals, I don’t and can find a first goalscorer wager remember “Double Bubble” BoyleSports will double the odds on your winning first goalscorer selection if that players scores inside the first 20 minutes.
Everton v West Brom – Draw @ 13/5
Under 2.5 Goals @ 4/5
No Goalscorer @ 8/1