Team Still Needs Work is taking his best shot at making us a ton of money this week. He’s pointing us at Saturday’s games in the NBA and throwing down with 2 big multis. Either one of these come and off and its happy days!!
$25 @ 9.31
$25 @ 23.44
There are some massive names that have been awarded dual position status for next year’s SuperCoach season. No doubt many on this list will make for tantalising selections in our pre-season planning. Swan, Goddard and Deledio are all proven elite SC names that will now fight for our affections in the forward line. SuperCoach veterans will fondly remember the latter two being staples in defence over the years, so it’ll make for an interesting change of pace in 2015.
Here are your brand spanking new DPPs for the 2015 season:
Dane Swan (Collingwood) — midfield/forward
Brendon Goddard (Essendon) — midfield/forward
Brett Deledio (Richmond) — midfield/forward
Jack Ziebell (North Melbourne) — midfield/forward
Harley Bennell (Gold Coast) — midfield/forward
Dale Thomas (Carlton) — midfield/forward
Adam Cooney (Essendon) — midfield/forward
Paddy Ryder (Port Adelaide) — ruck/forward
Tom Bellchambers (Essendon) — ruck/forward
While many Premier League fantasy managers would have signed the likes of Joe Hart, Thibaut Courtois and Simon Mignolet as their goalkeeper at the start of the season, it has been Burnley’s Tom Heaton who again stole the show after another impressive performance for the relegation candidates. With a lot of Australian betting fans waiting for the start of the new AFL, NRL and Super Rugby seasons, those betting on the Premier League will be aware that Burnley have been tipped by many to be relegated this season. That would have definitely been a factor behind a lot of fantasy fans overlooking Heaton when selecting their initial teams, instead opting for one of the big names in the division.
Here’s Andy B’s bets. They all went on yesterday (apologies for not updating this post faster) and because Adelaide lost last night the only one that’s still alive is #2. Ouch.
He’s still got $10 to play with. Plus the Group Bets he’s managing for the club this time round.
C’mon AB, pull something out of your hat mate!
1/ $ 10 on multi of Adelaide, Glory, Pheonix & Victory to all win
2/ Flemington R4 #2 Miss Maggiebeel $5 EW at 3/1.37.
3/ $ 5 on each of the following double bets with Adelaide United to win tonight being the first leg and then the second leg being the following horses to place at the Longines HK Sprint at Shatin on Saturday (race 5):-
All $10 win, all at Ascot:
All put on at Best Fluc. We’re going to need a ton of Fluc for all of these to get up!