How did yesterday’s betting tips help you? I hope you were able to profit from the 93% success-rate recorded yesterday?
Well, these are some of the tips for Sunday’s games. For those interested in the analysis, I’m sorry I’ll be disappointing you guys again. I’ve just posted the tips without analysis. Blame it on the weekend.
I hope to bring back the analysis starting Monday.
Let’s see our tips for today shall we?
– Monchengladbach To Win Either Half / Over 1.5 Goals (Germany Bundesliga)
– Frankfurt Clean Sheet No (German Bundesliga)
– Fiorentina Clean Sheet No. This is also the same as Juve To Score. (Italy Serie A). You can also give Juventus a handicap 0:1)
– Moreirense Clean Sheet No (Portugal)
– Getafe Clean Sheet No / Valencia Handicap 0:1 (Spain La liga)
– Real Sociedad Clean Sheet No / Villareal To Win Either Half (Spain La Liga)
– Levante Clean Sheet No (Spain La Liga)
– River Plate Clean Sheet No (Argentina Primera Division)
– San Jose Win Either Half (Bolivia Primera Clausura)
– Cobresal Clean Sheet No (Chile Primera Clausura)
– Rizespor Clean Sheet No / Konyaspor Win Either Half (Turkey Super Lig. 1)
– Le Mont LS Clean Sheet No / Aurau Win Either Half (Switzerland Challenge League)
I hope you find these tips helpful today.
Of course, you should make your own findings before selecting any of these games. Doing this will help you to avoid as many errors as possible. You can also share your own tips with me in the comments section.
Once you’ve used these tips and found them useful, remember to come back on here to share your success story with me. With us. That’s my joy; to hear how useful these tips were to you
So enjoy your Sunday people. And have a great week ahead!
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Author: Rotimi “Papi the Great” Daramola
Rotimi Daramola aka Papi the Great is the owner of ForTheGoal.
A freelance sports writer who focuses on football, Rotimi is also a freelance writer, a copywriter and a football analyst who regularly appears on radio and television to talk football. You can follow him on twitter @papi_thegreat to keep up with his writings, engage him and also find out about how you can secure his writing services.