Banker Football Betting Tips For Thursday December 14, 2017


Greetings to all and welcome to another edition of the banker football betting tips. Today’s pick will come the England FA Cup as 7th tier of English Football side Hereford host Fleetwood in a replay match after a 1-1 draw at Highbury. Details as follows;

14/12/2017   20:45

England FA Cup Playoff

Hereford vs Fleetwood

Pick: Fleetwood or Draw and over 1.5 goals

Odd: 1.55


Hereford compete in the seventh tier of the English football where they currently hold the fifth place after a poor kick off to the campaign.

The team led by Peter Beadle comes into this high on confidence after winning four on the trot in Non-League Premier where they notched as many as 13 goals in last three matches.

Fleetwood on the other hand will hardly join the promotional contest this term in League One as they currently sit at the disappointing 14th place with 27 points in 21 matches. The German manager Uwe Rosler announced high ambitions in the FA Cup and we believe he’ll send out the best lineup he has in order to pass the stern Hereford test tonight.

Fleetwood insisted on ball possession in their first ever tie with Hereford, but the attacking line showed lack of inspiration as the team only managed to net one past the seventh-tier outfit.

It was generally an open affair where Hereford could have easily scored the second goal as well, but they had the ball cleared off the line just before the break.

The hosts did not park the bus in the first leg at Highbury and i don’t expect them to do so in the rematch in front of the home crowd either.

Their amazing spell off form in the final third in the most recent fixtures guarantees a goal-packed contest, but we still have to see Rosler and his men as favourites to advance into the third round.

All in all, Fleetwood not to lose in a match that will see more than 1 goal is the way to go here.






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