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Monday, 22 October 2012

Tuesday Night Football - The Money is 'Rover' There

It was a successful betting weekend for us on the football front with all three selections doing the business for followers, we're hoping to keep the run going on Tuesday night as a full range of fixtures from the Camp Nou to Adams Park take place - again we've scoured the odds & come up with our best selections.

Tranmere Rovers vs Doncaster Rovers

League One leaders Tranmere host Doncaster at Prenton Park & will be looking to bounce back after a hefty 3-1 defeat after leading 1-0 at Bournemouth on Saturday; they have the league's best home record to fall back on & will provide a tough test for Dean Saunders' Doncaster side.

('Loan Wolf' Jake Cassidy has been in fine scoring form for Tranmere)

Tranmere's success this year has been based on their attacking threat & that is clearly shown with them having 3 of the top 4 scorers in League One in Jake Cassidy (8 goals), Jean-Louis Akpa Akro & Andy Robinson (both 7 goals). They are coming up against a Doncaster side that have been solid defensively with just 11 goals in total conceded & just 4 in their 6 away games so far, it may though be asking a little much for Doncaster to keep a clean sheet here against a side that have scored 7 more than any other side. Tranmere were suffering a little from injuries in that loss at Bournemouth, Akpa Akro is out with a broken foot & Andy Robinson was out too with fellow winger Joe Thompson also suffering from a niggly injury although he came off the bench on 89 minutes, he should be fully fit for this one & Robinson also has a chance of starting.

Doncaster made the signing of former Newcastle & Portsmouth full back Andy Griffin on Monday but it's uncertain whether he'll play in this one, we feel that as respectable a start as they've had they are running into Tranmere at just the wrong time as they look to get back on track after losing their unbeaten record, odds of 21/20 for the home win look tasty.

Leicester City vs Brighton & Hove Albion

Championship action comes from the King Power Stadium as current league leaders Leicester City entertain Brighton & Hove Albion. First place Leicester are only above Cardiff City on goal difference whilst Brighton have dropped down to 8th place after a tricky period.

(Anthony Knockaert has been doing the business for Leicester)

Leicester are have made an excellent start to the season with seven victories from their opening eleven league games. They actually lost three of their first five games but since then have embarked on a tremendous run of form with five victories & one draw. Trio David Nugent, Jamie Vardy & French midfielder Anthony Knockaert have all been in fine goalscoring form in their unbeaten run with nine of their twelve goals, at home their record reads five from five with ten goals scored & only two conceded & one cap & one goal wonder David Nugent bagging all five of his goals in front of the home faithful including a hat-trick against Hull City.

Brighton slumped again last weekend in a 1-0 home defeat to Middlesbrough which now means its four league games without victory for the Seagulls. In these matches they have only managed a solitary goal with an 80th minute equaliser from winger Will Buckley against a poor Ipswich Town side three games ago. Their form on the road is decent but they have only faced one side in the top half (Hull City) & this ended in a 1-0 defeat so this will be a stern test for them. Leicester are brimming with confidence & playing some cracking football at the King Power Stadium & at the odds of 10/11 we expect Brighton's slump to continue for another match at least.

Tranmere Rovers to beat Doncaster Rovers at 21/20 (BetVictor & Stan James)
Leicester City to beat Brighton & Hove Albion at 10/11 (General)

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