One of the hottest markets in the betting world today is the increasingly popular Draw No Bet. The market is a firm favourite with many punter’s as it offers flexibility on returns, and instead of an off-key result ruining your slip, it may just alter the odds as if the selection ends in a tie, the Bet is just refunded (or in multiples it is just removed making a treble a 2-fold or single for example)
Here’s my pick of the weekend’s action in the DNB market:
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Swansea Vs Sunderland (11/8)
Swansea have started in irresistible fashion, with 6 points, 8 goals and 2 clean sheets in their first 2 matches. However, all good things must come to an end, and I fancy Martin O’Neill’s Sunderland to halt the Swans’ impressive run.
New manager Laudrup rested some key players as Swansea stuttered past Barnsley 2-1 in midweek, and that could well backfire as the momentum they previously built could be affected.
Sunderland meanwhile were at full-strength as they comfortably defeated Morecambe, and new boys Adam Johnson and Steven Fletcher got plenty of minutes to settle in to their new club.
Martin O’Neill’s side rarely give much away in games and held Arsenal at the Emirates on opening day. At least a draw is more than feasible even if it is another away day for Sunderland.
Millwall Vs Middlesbrough (11/10)
Millwall host Middlesbrough but a home win is anything but a certainty, especially considering the Lions’ leaky back-line. They scored 2 away to Sheffield Wednesday last week, but conceded 3 and all their hard work came to nothing.
They’ve won just one game from their last 4 and face an in-form Boro. Middlesbrough have won 3 on the bounce, and buoyed by the arrival of Premier League starlet Josh McEachran, on loan from Chelsea, the riverside Club have scored 7 goals in the process. Boro can make it 4 from 4 here in the Lion’s Den.
Hull vs Bolton (Evens)
Recently relegated Bolton know that their best chance of returning to the Premier League is in the first season following the drop.
They travel to Hull knowing they can’t leave empty handed. The Trotters have picked up 4 points from their last 2 league matches, and need to keep the momentum going against the Tigers who are winless and goalless in their last 2 league outings.
The impressive Chris Eagles can unlock the Hull back-line and a Bolton win or draw should be on the cards at the KC.