Draw No Bet Treble Tip – Sat 18th August: QPR Look A solid Choice
Perhaps the most under used and most definitely the least appreciated phrase in the betting world these days.
So, today and forever more I am going to attempt to extend my 100% success rate of Draw No Bet offerings.
To start the season off, a tasty treble with the general rule of just one per league.
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My Premier League pick is QPR, who managed to escape relegation last season by the skin of their teeth on the final day and almost snatched the title from City with just 10 men after a certain Joseph Barton’s infamous lack of discipline reduced the R’s to 10 men.
This time round they face fellow promoted side of last year, Swansea. However, after a transfer merry-go-round that can only be described as disastrous for Swansea this summer, the Swans are probably more interested in curling up in a ball and crying into a reasonably sized pillow this weekend rather than face the cold hard consequence of entering a Premiership campaign without their inspirational boss of last year Brendan Rodgers, along with their two top performers in Joe Allen and Gylffi Sigurdsson.
Yes, they probably will keep the same fantastic ethics of possession football as last year but they will no doubt severely miss the cutting edge of their 2 star players as mentioned. Couple this with the number of both solid and spectacular signings that QPR have made and the 4/9 for a QPR win with DNB looks like a fantastic shout.
In the Championship, Bolton enter the season as favourites but somehow are still available at fantastic odds to dispatch of Burnley on matchday 1 despite being away from home.
The Trotters are a highly experienced top-flight side and they will want nothing more than to return to the big time at the first attempt. They have kept squad casualties to a minimum and boxed clever in the transfer market, making the 7/10 on offer for them to win their first outing with the draw no bet insurance seem outstanding, and it is not to be sniffed at by any means!
To boost the odds and to put my 100% success rate in jeopardy, my third and final selection is by no means stone wall but I believe it gives us punters every chance of collecting at the first available window. Tranmere and Leyton Orient meet on Saturday afternoon after both having to fight hammer and tong for 120+ minutes for their Capital One cup lives!
Whilst Tranmere Rovers flattered to deceive against lowly and newly-relegated Chesterfield, the Orient held and eventually beat the mighty Charlton Athletic and I believe it pays to follow the O’s again this Saturday (with DNB at 21/10!), despite them facing an away day!
QPR DNB – 1/2
Bolton DNB – 8/11
Leyton Orient DNB – 7/4The draw no bet treble returns £71.40 to a £10 stake with Sky Bet