The success continues for the Standard Service with yet another winner yesterday from the only football predictions: Totton – Banbury Our Football Prediction: Totton to win – Result WON 1.57 Yet another exciting match. We looked well placed at 37 minutes when Charles put us in the lead. However Banbury equalised through Blake in the [...]
These predictions have entered our imaginations and are pumping us up for the game’s release. The game’s release is set on July 14 of this year. Fans will surely mark their calendars for this platform exclusive game.
Following on from these teams, there are also a number of possible winners. If given a run of luck, which any country will need during the tournament, dark horses Croatia are always technically gifted. Sweden, Norway and Russia are solid. Holland will be full of talent. Greece and Turkey have also come a long way, respectively. In truth it is difficult to assess the outcome but my head still tells me it will be one from the usual five. My heart on the other hand hopes it will be England.
Where there is an underdog the football betting odds can throw up some interesting possibilities. Bookmakers know that the majority of football bettors are going to back the favourite and they will adjust the odds accordingly for that fact. Provided you can correctly predict the result it is possible to win a tidy sum of money by betting on the underdog.
In League Two Paul Ince can get one over Fergie – Darren that is! MKD can just pip Peterborough at the top, with Shrewsbury joining them. Notts County, Darlington and Rotherham are taken to make the play-off’s along with surprise packages Bury. Chesterfield, Bradford and Rochdale should all go close; with Hereford, Wycombe and Mansfield not too far behind. Lincoln have probably missed their chances over the past 5 years and Terry Butcher will not find life easy at Brentford. The two newcomers can hold their own, but the rest might struggle with Chester and Accrington Stanley making way for the return of Torquay and Oxford, who are taken to make their League comebacks.
But then, maybe they’ll be fine. That’s the wonderful thing about the Championship – yet again, no one really knows what to expect. I may have tipped Burnley last season but then I also called Palace for the runners-up spot and Derby to make the play-offs under Paul Jewell, and this time around I’ve changed my mind several times since the recording of the Football League preview on Football Weekly this week (just to pre-empt any accusations of flip-flopping). Cases can be made for just about anyone to reach the top six (if I were tempted to plump for an outside bet I might even go for Sheffield Wednesday), so predicting the entire table is a pretty futile exercise.