Although the best bets in this write up are backed up by statistics they are not certainties and still could lose. I will use the statistics to point out likely events in these games, and the best bets are the types of bets that I believe stand a good chance of coming in. The best bets will vary in price as this is a case of taking what the stats give us, rather than trying to force bets for the sake of it. I will be as transparent as possible in each write up about why I feel each bet is best bet material. All bets are rated on a 1-3 points system of how strong we believe the chance of it happening is, with 3 being the strongest. This is just an indication of my confidence and should not be taken as advice on what amount to place on a bet, you should only bet what you can afford to lose.
Bradford vs Exeter
Bradford have played 30 league games this season, scoring 36 and conceding 35, with 20 games having both teams score and 13 over 2.5 goals. Exeter have played 28 league games this season, scoring 40 and conceding 27, with 16 games having both teams score and 15 over 2.5 goals.
Both teams to score – 20/23 Betfair (2 points)
Over 2.5 goals – 6/5 Paddy Power (2 points)
Leyton Orient vs Salford
Orient average 2.61 yellows per game and 2.43 per home game. Salford average 2.03 yellows per game and 2 per away game.
20+ booking points each team – 11/10 Skybet (2 points)
Rochdale vs Harrogate
Rochdale have played 27 league games this season, scoring 32 and conceding 35, with 16 games having both teams score and 13 over 2.5 goals. Harrogate have played 28 league games scoring 41 and conceding 41, with 15 games having both teams score and 16 over 2.5 goals.
Both teams to score – 17/20 William Hill (2 points)
Over 2.5 goals – 1/1 bet365 (2 points)