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Monday, 26 March 2012

No safe Ports in a storm here

We're back with more football bets for Tuesday night from the Championship & League Two, we'll be having a look at games throughout this week as there is plenty of action from various competitions including the Champions League & Europa League. We're especially looking forward to Thursday & a mouth-watering matchup between our Europa fancies Schalke & Manchester United's conquerors Athletic Bilbao, both sides have some quality & look full of goals. As ever you can follow us on Twitter @LikeBuyingMoney & keep up to date with our latest posts, just click the follow button at the top of this page or search for us on there. We're in red hot tipping form so make sure you're first to see the bets before the bookies do & shorten up the available prices!

(Hull skipper Robert Koren adds some real class to the midfield plus his fair share of goals too)

Nick Barmby's Hull City travel to the South coast to take on Portsmouth as they continue to push for a playoff place, knowing that wins & not just draws are becoming ever more important - it's a fixture rearranged from early February where a frozen pitch scuppered the tie. Portsmouth are in all sorts of trouble off the pitch & aren't faring much better on it with just one win in their last 11 games, a surprise 4-1 thumping of Birmingham , it should be noted they were drawing 1-1 there until Birmingham had David Murphy sent off. Pompey now sit rock bottom (they've had a 12 point deduction) & will surely be utterly deflated after what will have been a crushing defeat to fellow strugglers Coventry on Saturday, that loss means that they are now 6 points away from safety with just 8 games remaining. Hull have actually lost their last two in the league but there was little shame in losing to Southampton last week & Leicester are very good when they put everything together. Until the last two games Hull hadn't lost in the league since Barmby took the reins although they have struggled to score the goals needed to turn draws into wins although with Portsmouth also being pretty goal shy, they've only scored more than once in one of their last 11 games, that may mean that Barmby feels he can throw caution to the wind & really attack. Hull travelled to Cardiff just a couple of weeks back & managed to combine their great defence with a bit more attacking intent & reaped the rewards with a 3-0 win, the Tigers will surely have to pounce on Portsmouth whilst they are already wounded & we like the 17/10 available for the away win.

(Striker James Collins will be looking to add to his 13 league goals so far)

In League Two Shrewsbury Town entertain Port Vale at New Meadow, the Shrews are currently sitting in the final automatic promotion place & will be looking to increase their points advantage over the chasing pack whilst Port Vale are in 16th spot. Shrewsbury are in good current form having won three of their previous four league matches with the latest being 1-0 away at Morecambe at the weekend despite being reduced to 10 men. Shrewsbury's home record is simply formidable with 14 victories from 18 matches & they haven't been beaten in front of the home faithful all season. Visitors Port Vale have struggled of late with three defeats in their last four matches & have lost their last two away matches, on the road this season they have picked up 21 of their 26 points against sides in the bottom half of the table & they have lost all five of their games against sides in the top seven so far. With such a disparity between Shrewsbury's home form & Porty Vale's away form Shrewsbury should be far too strong for an average Port Vale side as they look to gain automatic promotion at the best price of 4/5 with BetVictor.

Hull City to beat Portsmouth at 17/10 (BetVictor)
Shrewsbury Town to beat Port Vale at 4/5 (BetVictor)

A £10 double wth BetVictor givves returns of £48.60

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