Further to writing the Draw No Bet Guide which was published on Wednesday, as mentioned on our Twitter page I’ve decided to make a weekly article on the best draw no bet options for Saturday’s football. If it gets enough interest I may extend it to midweek games too. Let’s see how we get on.
I’m not advising that you back these selections in a double, although I will mention how much it pays should you decide to get on both of my picks. As we know, the safest way to bet is singles – especially if you stake fairly high. Good luck if you follow!
Millwall v Ipswich Town 3.oopm Saturday
Where do I start here? Millwall are in an absolutely atrocious state. With only 1 win in all competitions since the beginning of November the Lions are being tipped as League 1 material next season. Sitting in 22nd position in the Championship and being knocked out of the FA Cup 0-4 by Bradford on Wednesday night explains just how bad they are performing.
Manager Ian Holloway is being tipped for the imminent boot but it’s highly unlikely to be before the weekend game at the New Den.
Ipswich Town couldn’t ask for a better game considering the good form they’re in. Despite losing to Derby County last weekend and Southampton in the FA Cup midweek (both narrow 0-1 losses) Ipswich have been flying recently and have lost just 1 of their last 12 away games in all competitions.
Now is an absolutely perfect time to clash with the toothless Lions. Ipswich should leave South London with 3 points and the 4/6 with Coral for Ipswich (draw no bet) looks to be great value.
Advised Bet: Ipswich draw no bet – 4/6 Coral
Notts County v Crewe Alexandra 3.00pm Saturday
Notts County have had a tough run of fixtures recently, and that has really reflected badly in their results. Playing 6 of the top 8 teams in the league over the last month or so has seen them collect just 2 points from a possible 18. After this bad spell they now sit in 12th position on 31 points.
Opponents Crewe have experienced a massively positive change in their fortunes lately. While not out of the woods yet, 10 points from a possible 12 in their last 4 games has shown they have plenty of resolve and are doing their best to avoid relegation. Like the first selection, this could be the perfect time to face Notts County.
Such are the odds, Crewe double chance (meaning as long as Crewe don’t lose, you win) is as big as 8/11 with Betfred, and the draw no bet is a massive 6/4 at SkyBet. I’d advise taking either option depending on the amount of risk you’d prefer to take.
Advised Bet: Crewe Alexandra draw no bet – 6/4 SkyBet[mini_post_list thumb=”smaller” meta=”show” numberposts=”4″ orderby=”date” order=”DESC”]