Banker Football Betting Tips For Sunday March 25, 2018


Happy Sunday to everyone and welcome to another edition of the banker football betting tips. Today’s pick will come from England fourth tier football league where Notts county travel to relegation struggling Chesterfield in search of crucial three points. Details as follows;

25/03/2018 . 13:30

England League Two

Chesterfield vs Notts County

Pick: Notts County win or draw and over 1.5 goals

Odd: 1.55


Chesterfield come into this game after been beaten four times in their last 5 games.  Their home form have been abysmal this season. They are having an ultimately dissapointing season and they are one of the biggest underachevers. They are the second worst team in the competition as they lie second from bottom. Their backline have been leaking too many goals having conceded 65 times so far. When it comes to playing in front of home fans, the hosts suffered too many defeats. The hosts are six points behind Grimsby Town but they have played two games less.

The visitors are having an excellent season and they are in the game for the direct promotion. Wycombe Wanderers are three points ahead of them, but Notts County have been booking pretty dcent results lately. Shola Ameobi’s experience is very helpful for his side which is one of the most efficient in the competition. Away side has been putting fairly good performances when playing away from home and suffered ony six defeats in 19 outings. They need to keep up the form since there’s many contenders for the promotion spots and the race is more than interesting.

Both sides are searching for a win here and the stake in this match is very high for both teams. But the visitors are in a much better form and they might be able to get back home with valuable three points in their pockets.

Considering an open game is expected in this clash with the visitors been the favourite, Notts county not to lose and more than one goal is a very safe pick here.






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