At this busy time of the season, it pays to follow teams closely and see just how well they are coping at this important stage of the season. Many teams are struggling with the demands of the cramped fixture lists, while others are relishing it and finding some good form. We are midway through the season and have found some good value bets for this Monday.
Plymouth are one of the teams that have turned things around recently, and the 2/1 offered by Ladbrokes for them to beat close rivals Torquay at Home Park looks too good to miss out on.
The Pilgrims are undefeated in their last 5, and although still sitting at the bottom of League 2, they have improved vastly and will give Torquay a tough time.
Torquay have lost their last 2 away games, and face a completely different team they beat 3-1 back in November.
Norwich have been a revelation this season and are a credit to the Premier League. They’ve managed to entertain and score goals aplenty at the very top level.
The Canaries hold their own against the very best opposition, but play such an attack minded game that they always seem to be pegged back.
It’s just a matter of time before Norwich beat a team convincingly on their travels, and QPR may just be the team to accommodate them.
The Hoops have picked up just 1 point in their last 5 games, albeit against some tough opposition. However Norwich are a great price to get the win they deserve.
Leeds have been in horrendous form over Christmas, while Burnley have been thriving, and it would be no surprise to see The Clarets taking all 3 points from Elland Road.
Simon Grayson must be scratching his head after seeing his team losing all 3 games over the festive period, their latest defeat a 4-1 humbling at Oakwell against Barnsley.
Burnley on the other hand are flying. 6 wins in their last 7 including away wins at Hull, West Ham and Brighton.
Their recent exploits have boosted them up to 7th position in the league, just 3 points off a play-off position, and there is no reason they can’t add to Leeds’ miserable run of losses.