Banker Football Betting Tips For Tuesday April 3, 2018


Greetings to everyone, welcome to Tuesdays edition of the banker football betting tips. Today’s pick will come from England league one where Aston Villa will be looking to return to winning ways as they host Reading. Details as follows;

03/04/2018.  19:45

England Championship

Aston Villa vs Reading

Pick: Aston Villa win

Odd: 1.56


Aston Villa fell off the automatic promotion race to Premier League after failing to register a win in three consecutive games. They were held to a goal-less draw at Hull City on the weekend which came after back-to-back defeats against QPR at home and Bolton on the road. The Villans sit at fourth on the log with a 9 point gap with top two teams. However, there is little chance for them to fall out from the play-off zone since the team at 7th place is sitting at an 8 point gap.

Meanwhile, Reading start their life under new coach Paul Clement with a bang. The Royals defeated QPR 1-0, thanks to an early goal from Sone Aluko which helped the team to get back to winning ways after a 9 match barren run. They will need a couple of brave performances like these as they are only 5 points above the relegation zone.

However, one cannot expect a massive improvement from Reading in away games, at least at this point. They have managed just 1 win from their last 11 road games and conceded 18 goals in the process.

On the other hand, Steve Bruce will be confident on his team’s chances as the Villans were beaten just twice at home this season. Moreover, they haven’t lost back-to-back games at the Villa park in the current campaign.

Bruce’s men are on a four match win-less run, but they are pretty solid at the Villa Park after having lost just 2 of their 19 Championship games this season. Reading rarely managed to pull away wins since December and despite their narrow win against QPR on Friday, they are bound to struggle in tonigh clash the Villans.






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