20.04.2009., ponedjeljak

The best bets of the 08/09 season

1) Fisher (1:0) – NEWPORT 2 (4.00 @Blue Square) 2 units FT 1:3 (+6 units)

Fisher are another non-league team that will have a long season – they did manage to sign a couple of players lately (their transfer embargo has been lifted), but they've also lost a couple of important players and Newport should have way too much for Fisher's unexperienced squad – Fisher failed to score a league goal at home since September (0:2 to Hampton, 0:1 to Chelmsford, 0:3 to Thurrock, 0:1 to Bognor, 0:2 to Bromley, 0:3 to Wimbledon). Newport have also lost a couple of players lately, but they've just brought in three new players, they have a much better and much more experienced squad, their defence is getting better and better, they finally have two consecutive wins (1:0 vs Worcester, 3:1 vs league leaders Chelmsford), Reid scored a hat-trick against mighty Chelmsford and I can't see them losing this match – I just hope it's not going to be another unlucky draw. I'll stake two units on a handicap win because Fisher rarely concede only one goal and I don't really think they'll score in this match.



2) HYDE to get relegated from Blue Square North (3.75 @Blue Square) 3 units YES (+8.25 units)

Hyde failed to get into play-offs last season and after they sold a bunch of key players in pre-season and at the beginning of this season, it became obvious that they are going to strle to stay in BS North. Their recent results (ten matches without a win, 32 goals conceded in these ten matches) prove it and when they do manage to bring a new player to the club, it's usually some guy from a couple of levels below BS North – the only player who their opponents should keep an eye on is striker Simm and as Hyde had a major budget cut a few months ago, I wouldn't be surprised if they sell him too. I'm pretty sure these odds will be a lot smaller a few weeks from now because Hyde have some very hard matches in the next ten days (Telford away, Tamworth at home, Farsley at home) and they still have to play Southport twice, Telford twice, Tamworth at home, Stalybridge away, Harrogate at home and, of course, a couple of matches against direct rivals – Redditch at home, Hucknall at home, Workington away, Fleetwood away, Workington away, Vauxhall away, Blyth at home, Redditch away and Solihull at home. They're the second worst away team in the league and I don't expect them to become unbeatable on the road – and as I don't think Blyth are going to get relegated (they're not that bad at home, they had a great FA Cup run and now they can focus on the league, they have three points less than Hyde, but they played three matches less than them) and both Hucknall (two points less, one match more) and Burscough (16 points just like Hyde, but played a match less) seem like they're improving, so Hyde could even finish on the bottom of the table. Workington, Fleetwood, Redditch, Solihull and Vauxhall could all join the relegation battle of course, but they all currently have between five and nine points more than Hyde (Workington, Fleetwood and Vauxhall have played one or two matches less than Hyde) and, as I said, I expect the odds on Hyde to get relegated to get a lot smaller in the next couple of weeks – and we could always have another 'relegation' bet in BS North later this season. At this moment, this is a very good value bet and I'm surprised these odds are still above 3.00.



3) Team Bath – BRAINTREE 2 (3.25 @Bwin) 2 units FT 0:3 (+4.5 units)

As I wrote last month, Team Bath haven't been the same team since Abbott left them back in November (the guy scored five goals in the first three matches, eight in the first nine). They had an amazing start in BSS (nine wins and two draws in the first thirteen league matches), but they've only managed to win three times in the next thirteen matches, only once in the last six. Team Bath have lost eight out of last ten home matches (!) – the only two teams that they've managed to beat were poor Fisher and strling Dorchester who had just lost a couple of key players at the time. 0:2 to Maidenhead, 0:3 to Bromley, 1:3 to Eastleigh, 1:2 to Wimbledon, 4:1 vs Fisher, 0:2 to Hampton, 0:2 to Worcester, 1:2 to Basingstoke, 4:1 vs Dorchester, 1:2 to Weston. That's 20 goals conceded in the last ten home matches and Braintree are a much better team than Fisher or Dorchester. Braintree had to wait a bit for their first away win of the season, but when they finally took all three points at Hayes back in October, they've continued with good performances on the road (1:0 at Hayes, 2:0 at Bognor and 2:2 at Basingstoke in November, 1:1 at Havant and 2:2 at Dorchester in December, 3:0 at Bishop's Stortford in January). After that, they've lost at Wimbledon who were on fire at the moment, won at Fisher, lost at Weston and Newport and finally, last weekend, won 4:1 at Bromley (finally a trashing their supporters were hoping for). They've lost again on Tuesday, 0:1 to high-flying Hayes (the only goal was scored from a penalty that had to be taken twice – Braintree's keeper Holloway saved the first one, but the referee pointed at the penalty spot again to rule that the keeper was off his line when the first kick was taken) but they'll have a much easier job against an unmotivated Team Bath outfit and if they're going to be up for it, this could be another high-odds winning bet. Braintree already managed to beat Team Bath this season, it was 4:1 at their place back in August. I don't understand these odds, both teams should be around 2.40.



4) AD-HOC DRAW-NO-BET: Maidenhead – BASINGSTOKE 2 (4.75 @Paddy Power) 2 units & X (3.75 @Paddy Power) 1 unit FT 1:2 (+6.5 units)

I wrote a lot about Maidenhead lately, about their recent departures (best scorer Pacquette, influential winger Binns, defensive midfielder Hinds and second best scorer Newman have all left the building) and uninspired performances (one win in the last six, but only against poor Fisher – 0:2 to Team Bath, 1:0 vs Fisher, 0:0 at Eastleigh, 1:1 vs Thurrock, 1:2 at Chelmsford, 0:1 to Windsor & Eton). They also have some injury problems (standard defender Saroya is out injured, the only remaining winger Smith played 20 minutes against Windsor after being out for quite some time), they've just lost 0:1 to Windsor & Eton (two leagues below BS South) in the Berks & Bucks Senior Cup and their manager has just admitted that they don't have the quality to reach the play-offs. Basingstoke are out of the relegation zone, they only have two defeats in the last nine matches and although both defeats were embarassing (0:3 at St Albans, 0:5 at Hayes), they had some nice wins too (2:0 vs Bromley, 1:1 vs Hayes, 3:2 at Bognor, 2:1 at Team Bath, 0:0 vs Dorchester, 0:3 at St Albans, 1:0 vs Bath City, 0:5 at Hayes, 0:0 vs Welling). Basingstoke are still fighting for their lives, they only have four points more than 20th Thurrock, but they played a match more and their goal-difference is worse than Thurrock's. They should take something from this match at depleted, unmotivated Maidenhead – I expect a low-scoring draw, or a 1:0 win, hopefully Basingstoke's.



5) Alfreton – Fleetwood OVER 3.5 GOALS (3.10 @Blue Square) 3 units FT 3:3 (+6.3 units)

We should definitely see a lot of goals in this match – just take a look at Alfreton's recent results (3:1 at Ilkeston in the FA Cup, 2:2 at Harrogate, 1:4 to Gainsborough, 3:1 at Retford in the FA Cup, 2:1 vs Stalybridge, 2:2 at Redditch, 4:2 vs Bury in the FA Cup, 4:1 vs Solihull, 4:3 at Blyth in the FA Trophy, 0:4 at Scunthorpe in the FA Cup). They'll be up for it of course, they want another three points, but defenders Brown and MacIntosh are both very doubtful (striker Hearn returns) and as you can see from their results, they can score against almost any team, but their defence isn't really the best in the league. Fleetwood also score and concede a lot lately (1:3 at Ossett in the FA Trophy, 2:5 at Harrogate, 2:3 to Hartlepool in the FA Cup), but not just lately – they had plenty of high-scoring results this season, especially away from home (1:4 at Farsley, 3:5 at Hyde, 4:3 at Gainsborough, 2:3 at Barrow...) and after three defeats in a row, they'll also be up for it, Warlow and Bell have scored plenty this season (Warlow scored in every of the last four matches and Bell added two). I wouldn't bet on Alfreton at these odds (2.10), but these OVER 3.5 GOALS odds look too good to be true.



6) DOUBLE: Dorchester – HAMPTON 2 @1.67 & HAYES – Bromley 1 @1.62 (2.70 @StanJames) 3 units FT 0:1 / 2:1 (+5.1 units)

Dorchester have been absolutely terrible lately, but who can blame them, they've lost a lot of key players and at least they've survived a budget cut. Anyway, they have one win, two draws and six defeats in the last nine (1:2 at Chelmsford, 0:0 at Basingstoke, 1:4 at Team Bath, 0:2 to Bishop's Stortford, 0:2 at Wimbledon, 1:0 vs Havant, 0:3 to Maidenhead, 0:2 at St Albans, 0:0 at Worcester), they've scored only one goal (1:0 vs shockingly poor Havant) and conceded nine in the last six, two handicap defeats and a win against Havant in the last three home matches. I don't think they'll score a goal (Mudge, Moss and Fogden are all long gone and, fun fact alert, they have ''yet to score past Hampton in three league meetings between the two teams since the latter achieved promotion in April 2007 – the latest being a 2:0 defeat at the Beveree in November'') and I'm pretty sure they'll concede. Hampton have only three points less than league leaders Wimbledon, but they've played a match less and it seems like we're going to see an interesting fight for automatic promotion to Blue Square Premier. Hampton did have two extremely off days in March (0:1 to Newport, 0:4 at Welling), but they've still won 12 out of their last 14 matches and they've had five away wins (3:0 at Weston, 2:0 at Team Bath, 2:0 at Bromley, 1:0 at Bath City, 2:1 at Worcester) before the shock defeat at Welling. But enough about Welling, Hampton have already bounced back, they've trashed promotion candidates Chelmsford 4:1 two weeks ago and managed to beat strling Havant 2:1 (another late goal, it's been their specialty lately) last weekend. I know all about the manager-of-the-month curse. In fact Hayes' manager's already won it twice this season, back in September (and they've lost the next match, at home to Braintree) and now for March, but I don't think the curse will strike again and there are plenty of reasons. First of all, Hayes have been absolutely amazing lately, eight wins in a row (2:1 vs St Albans, 2:0 at Welling, 2:0 vs Newport, 5:0 vs Basingstoke, 3:1 vs Worcester, 1:0 at Thurrock, 1:0 at Braintree, 2:1 at Weston), five home wins in a row, three handicap home wins in a row, 16 goals scored and only two goals conceded in the last seven. Second of all, they're playing against Bromley who have been terrible away from home lately and who are stuck in the middle of the table, so the motivation should definitely be with the home team. Bromley have three defeats and a draw at poor Thurrock in the last four away matches (0:2 at strling Basingstoke, 0:1 at Worcester, one of the worst home teams in the league, 1:1 at the biggest candidates for the third relegation spot Thurrock, 1:2 at injury-ravaged Weston) and they've just lost 2:3 at home to Whitstable (strlers in Ryman South, two levels below BSS) in Kent Cup (Bromley were at full-strength). Last but not least, Bromley played four matches in the last two weeks and Hayes only played one – at this level of football, at this time of the season, that's a very important fact. The season is over for Bromley, but it's far from being over for Hayes and if they keep an eye on Bromley's best scorer McBean, they'll win this match – as simple as that.



7) HAVANT & WATERLOOVILE – St Albans 1 (2.50 @Bet365) 3 units FT 2:0 (+4.5 units)

St Albans had a great run in October and November, but now they have two consecutive defeats in the league and that FA Trophy match vs Stevenage last Saturday (the plan was to see how good they really are) turned out to be a disaster (1:4). Thurlbourne suffered a bad injury in that match and is definitely out, Clarke is awaiting surgery, their strikers are strling at the moment and I simply have to take these odds on a home win – Havant are much better than their current form or position on the league table. They're still strling in the league, but they're bound to win a match soon (and this is a perfect opportunity/opponent), a new Cup win (3:1 vs Bury in the FA Trophy) must've affected their confidence and they have a bunch of players returning from their injuries (Martin, Butters, Elphick, Booth, Gray). Watkins scored a hat-trick last Saturday, their experienced defenders should take care of St Albans' out-of-form strikers and they have plenty of players who can make a difference in a match like this. It's all about the odds really and Havant should be bigger favorites against St Albans at this particular moment in time. It was 1:1 at St Albans on the opening day of the season btw, but Havant won their home match last season – it was 3:1 for Havant and I expect a similar result, maybe a bit less goals.



8) HAYES & YEADING – Bishop's Stortford 1 (2.40 @Bwin) 4 units FT 1:0 (+5.6 units)

''We have some potential and some realised talent in the squad, but collectively that is the worst side I've seen us field for some years. No one's fault in particular, but we just don't create chances and can't seem to complete basic stuff. Did we have a shot today?...''. Fans' mood after Bishop's 0:2 home defeat to Bath City wasn't very good and the reason is simple – this season they can forget about play-off spots, title challenges and, unless they find an amazing striker as soon as possible, big wins and lots of goals scored. This season, they have a new and young squad, Pearson's goals (27 league goals last season) are long gone, and the main goal should be building up a side that can compete at this level. Their current strikers don't look good enough, they've also lost away at Weston and only shared points at home with Bromley and I can see them conceding a few at Hayes & Yeading. Hyam, King and Jermy are injury doubts (they're definitely not 100% fit, so even if they play, Bishops won't be at 'full-strength'), Green is out injured for at least another week and if I were a bookmaker, my odds would probably be 2.10 – anything better than that looks great to me. Hayes & Yeading lost the first two matches of the season, at home to title candidates Chelmsford and away at high-flying Team Bath (top of the table at the moment) – two of the best teams teams in BS South this season, but as soon as they managed to field a full-strength team (and bring in a couple of new, experienced players), they started to play some great football and their 3:0 win away at Worcester could've even been more convincing. Scott and Hendry are finally fit (they both scored at Worcester), new striker Fitzgerald also scored his first goal, young winger James impressed as a sub in the first two matches and he played another good match, but this time from the start, but the most important factors in the whole story are probably two new defenders – Ruby who signed from Woking and Martin who came on loan from Exeter. They both went straight into the first eleven and they'll stay there, along with Cadmore who signed from Wycombe in July (midfielder Gregory came from Wycombe at the same time) and Allen-Page who was one of their standard defenders last season. Hayes & Yeading always play open, attacking football, they have a couple of very good forwards (Palmer and Knight are both great strikers too, so if Scott and Fitzgerald fail to score in the first hour or so, there are always extra options from the bench) and they score a lot of goals. With their defence improved with the arrival of two experienced defenders (three if you count Cadmore), Hayes & Yeading should not only win this match comfortably, but win a lot more matches this season than they did last season. Their forward line was always great, but now their defence finally looks almost just as good.



9) Solihull – STALYBRIDGE 2 (2.38 @Skybet) 4 units FT 0:2 (+5.52 units)

Solihull have major selection problems for this match – their best scorer Edwards, Faulds, Gould and Gardner are all injured, their second best scorer Daly and experienced midfielder English are both suspended, Ducros has been released and Middleton is on a honeymoon (I don't think loan signings can help them against play-off candidates). Solihull did manage to beat Blyth on Boxing Day and Redditch on a New Year's Day (and they are much better at home than away), but that's still only two wins in the last eight (they've even lost 1:3 to Rushall from two levels below in the Birmingham Cup this Tuesday) and Stalybridge are a much better team than Blyth or Redditch – it was 5:0 for Stalybridge at their place in September and 4:0 for Stalybridge in both last season's matches. Stalybridge are at full-strength, they're much better away than at home (they're the second best away outfit in BS North), this will be their 8th away match in a row so they're used to travelling (they have four wins, a draw at Gainsborough and defeats at high-flying Telford and at BS Premier outfit Ebbsleet in these seven matches) and these odds look very good – I certainly would't go above 2.15 for an away win.



10) MAIDSTONE – Fisher 1 (2.38 @Blue Square) 3 units FT 3:2 (+4.14 units)

Just when Fisher started to play some football after losing all the key players in the last few months, they got another major problem to deal with – their manager Burnett left for Grays. It's always risky to bet against a team that's just lost a manager (even more when playing against a team from a lower level), as players tend to give 110% so that they could show the new manager what they're capable of, but it's a bit different this time, because Fisher are still without a new manager and players have no one to impress – and their league results aren't something Maidstone should be afraid of, especially away from home where Fisher scored two goals (one in a 1:1 draw at injury-hit Worcester last Monday and one in a 1:2 defeat at poor Bognor last Saturday) and conceded 12 (they lost 0:3 at Chelmsford, Eastleigh and Welling). Maidstone are currently 6th in the Ryman Premier and although they weren't very good at home so far this season, they have a better team than last season, key midfielder Saunders is returning after suspension and if you keep all of Fisher's problems in mind, these odds really shouldn't be bigger than 2.20 (if that much).

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22.07.2008., utorak

Folders & files

Call me old fashioned, but I prefer e-mails over internet chats like MSN. I'm also a grammar nazi, at least when I'm reading and writing in Croatian, my native language, and somehow I always find myself writing books instead of two words. People usually get scared and most of the time they reply with a simple 'ok' or 'yes' or 'that's right'. I don't chat anymore.

A couple of months ago, certain someone asked me if I could chat with him for a few minutes – he wanted to ask me some questions about my service. I was in a good mood, so I agreed – I suppose it was a good betting day. He asked me about my betting strategy, about my methods. I wrote a book and he replied 'yes'. 'So, what do you think about that?', I asked. 'I think all that Value talk is overrated', he wrote. 'Either Team A are going to win a match or they won't, I don't care if odds are 1.40 or 2.20'. I don't give up easily, so I tried to write a bit more about odds, value, long run, bookies' mistakes and, from time to time, lack of information – especially in the non-league market. 'Yeah', he replied, 'but the tipsters I like most are the ones that can pick a winning bet by simply looking at the names of the teams'. That's when I started to give up. 'That's absolutely fine with me, but my methods are a bit different', I wrote and then I probably lied about some non-existent hunger or an imaginary neighbour that has just knocked on my door.

The way I see it, it really comes down to value, long run, being ahead, having all the available information, thinking of betting as an investment, being focused and patient. Intelligence can be quite useful too, not to mention the importance of recognising your own mistakes. One thing is certain. I would never bet on a match by simply looking at the teams' names. I'm too old for that shit.

The new season starts in two weeks and I thought I could show you how I'm preparing for another nine months of football and betting. This, of course, is just one team, just an example, just one out of many files – my betting folder is priceless.

Call me old fashioned, call me crazy if you want, but all that matters to me when it comes to betting are those three sweet words – Return Of Investment.



HAVANT & WATERLOOVILLE (BS South)

Website: http://www.havantandwaterlooville.net/

Forum: http://www.havantandwaterlooville.net/phpbb/index.php

Local papers: http://www.portsmouth.co.uk/sectionhome.aspx?sectionID=6290

Last season: 7th, 14-3-4 (33:16) home, 5-7-9 (26:37) away

IN: Simpemba (Lewes, defender), Booth (Lewes, forward), Holloway (Lewes, midfielder), Conroy (Lewes, defender), Gasson (Woking, defender), Butters (Brighton, defender)

OUT: Sharp (defender), Fenelon (forward), Baptiste (forward), Harkin (midfielder), Taggart (midfielder), Jordan (defender)

ARTICLES:

Hawks secure Simpemba signature (9/05)

Havant & Waterlooville manager Shaun Gale has made his first summer signing with the capture of defender Ian Simpemba from Blue Square South champions Lewes.
Gale has been an admirer of Simpemba's talents for quit some time and failed in bringing the former Crawley Town captain to West Leigh Park last year.
"We are now a big football club players want to play for," Gale told Portsmouth Today.
"We are looking to bring in the right players with the right mentality and Ian fits that bill.
"He is a player I have been chasing for a while now. We tried to get him last year, but now we have got his signature."
Club secretary Trevor Brock believes that the Hawks' well publicised FA Cup run this season has certainly played a big role in landing the signature of Simpemba.
He said: "Ian's our first new signing and it shows we mean business.
"Everybody has heard of us now and players are actually ringing us about playing for us.
"We are the name club to play for at this level and that certainly helps when signing players.
"We'd like up to five players this summer."
The Dublin-born defender stared his career as a trainee with Wycombe and spent two separate spells on loan at Woking before joining Crawley Town on a free transfer in July 2004.
He made 66 appearances for the Red Devils and had a short loan stint with Aldershot before making a switch to Lewes in the summer of 2006.


Sharp out... Booth in (14/05)

Hawks central defender Neil Sharp looks set to quit the club in the summer because of work commitments which are likely to base him in Milton Keynes.
Sharp, described by manager Shaun Gale as his 'Mr Reliable,' is due to take up a new job which will make travelling to the south coast for training and matches virtually impossible.
'It is a chance for me to guarantee a secure future for myself and my family who have to come first,' said Sharp.
'Milton Keynes is just that bit further away and it would be impossible to get down here in time for training and matches.'
Sharp missed the last fortnight of the season after suffering a depressed fracture of the cheekbone when making a typically brave clearance at Eastleigh.
'Losing Sharpy is a big blow because he has been a fantastic servant to the club,' said Gale.
'I know the player himself is gutted because he knows what we are setting out to achieve here.
'He would have loved to have been part of it.
'Obviously, we will have to look at bringing someone else in.'
One candidate to replace Sharp could be ex-Pompey defender Guy Butters who has just been released by Brighton. He has had talks with Gale.
'I had a chat with Guy on a couple of matters because I have known him since Pompey his days,' said Gale. 'He has been a good professional all his career.
'If we do possibly agree something he would be a quality signing.
'Some people might think his age is against him but he has looked after himself and kept very fit.
'Don't forget, he played 25 games in division two last season so we will have to wait and see what develops.'
Meanwhile, the Hawks are on the verge of signing last season's Blue Square South's joint-top goalscorer Paul Booth, from Lewes, for an undisclosed fee.
Booth is the second Lewes player to make the move along the south coast, joining ex-team-mate Ian Simpemba at West Leigh Park for next season.
The striker scored 34 goals last season, including 27 in the league, helping Lewes become Blue Square champions and earn promotion to the national division.
Before joining Lewes, Booth was also a prolific scorer for both Welling United and Cambridge City in the Conference South.
'If we get him he will be a great acquisition for us,' said Gale.
'He is a fantastic player with a great attitude, who works his socks off and knows where the goal is.


Hawks swoop for Booth and Holloway (16/05)

Blue Square South side Havant & Waterlooville have raided Lewes for a second time to clinch the services of striker Paul Booth and midfielder Gary Holloway.
Booth and Holloway will link up with former Lewes teammate Ian Simpemba, who joined the Hawks earlier in the week.
28-year-old Booth finished the campaign as the Blue square South joint top scorer and has put pen-to-paper on a deal which sees Chamal Fenelon make a switch to Lewes.
Experienced midfielder Holloway joined Booth in signing for Lewes in the summer of 2006 and has joined him in making a switch to Havant & Waterlooville.
"These are players that Shaun Gale has seen play and he feels they could play a big part in next season's promotion campaign," club secretary Trevor Brock told the club's official website.
"He knows exactly what he wants, and gaining Simpemba, Booth and Holloway won't be the end of our transfer dealings this summer."


Havant boss continues rebuilding (26/05)

Blue Square South side Havant & Waterlooville have continued to strengthen with the capture of defensive duo Jay Conroy and Jay Gasson.
Former Crystal Palace trainee Conroy signs for the Hawks on a two-year deal from league champions Lewes while left back Gasson arrives on a free transfer following his release by Blue Square Premier side Woking.
Manager Shaun Gale has already raided Lewes three times and this fourth signing is expected to be the last arrival from the title winning side.
Meanwhile, Gale has released his retained list for the upcoming season and they are as follows:
Tom Taylor, Justin Gregory, Phil Warner and Michael McEnery. Paul Watson's loan spell has ended and he has returned to Crawley.
The following players are under contract for the upcoming campaign:
Charlie Oatway, Jamie Collins, Gary Elphick, Charlie Henry, Luke Nightingale, Brett Poate, Kevin Scriven, Jamie Slabber, Jay Smith, and Shaun Wilkinson.


Baptiste, Harkin and Taggart look elsewhere (28/05)

Indications have come from the Hawks board that sest Mo Harkin, Tony Taggart and Rocky Baptiste have all been unable to negotiate new contract terms with Hawks boss Shaun Gale for the coming season. The trio are the only players remaining from last season’s squad still not tied up for next season, although it has now been said that Harkin and Taggart are looking elsewhere for new deals. Baptiste meanwhile is strongly rumoured to be on his way back to Hayes & Yeading, Hayes being the last non-league side the striker appeared for before joining the professional game at Luton in October 2000.
All three players have given Hawks fans plenty of memories, but will remain forefront in the minds of most for their part in last season’s tremendous FA Cup run. Harkin’s goal at York secured passage to the second round for Taggart’s goal to seal the Hawks’ first win over a league side, and Baptiste’s part in the third round game at Swansea remains the highlight of a career with the Hawks that saw the striker net 85 goals in three seasons.


Hawks snap up veteran Butters (30/05)

Blue Square South side Havant and Waterlooville have swooped to clinch the signature of veteran defender Guy Butters following his release by League One club Brighton.
The 38-year-old has joined the Blue Square South club after the Seagulls decided not to renew his contract at the end of the last campaign.
Butters had been with Brighton for six years having previously played for Tottenham, Portsmouth and Gillingham.
Havant boss Shaun Gale told his club's official website: "He'll bring a wealth of experience to our defence.
"We've got a reasonably young side at the back now so adding Guy to that mix will give us someone with know-how and leadership qualities.
"He's 38 but fit, and keeps himself fit. Last season he played 26 games for a successful Brighton side and his pedigree speaks for itself."


Hawks poised for stadium expansion (16/06)

Blue Square South club Havant & Waterlooville are set to invest hundreds of thousands of pounds into upgrading the facilities at Westleigh Park.
The Hawks had a memorable run in the FA Cup last season and were eventually knocked in the fourth round after a thrilling encounter at Liverpool's Anfield Stadium.
The club's coffers were swelled with more than £500,000 from the Anfield tie alone and a number of improvements have already been approved by planners at Havant Borough Council.
Club secretary Trevor Brock told Portsmouth Today: "We are trying to put some of our FA Cup money back into the facilities for spectators.
"We had a tremendous run in the last season of the FA Cup and chances like that come once in a blue moon.
"We are not spending the money on players or anything like that - we are trying to make it better facilities for the fans and players."


Eastleigh Complete Jordan Deal (20/06)

Eastleigh's long and bitter battle to sign towering defender Tom Jordan from Havant & Waterlooville is finally over.
Some nine months after Eastleigh's ex-Havant boss Ian Baird first declared his interest in the 26-year-old, the Blue Square South rivals have put their differences behind them and finally agreed two-year deal - for an undisclosed fee.
To say the Jordan saga stirred up a lot of ill feeling between the clubs would be an understatement. Baird's pursuit of the centre-back so soon after his bombshell departure from Westleigh Park last October met with a defiant not for sale' message from the Hawks who accused their south coast neighbours of offering "Mini money for a Rolls Royce."
Jordan himself cranked up the tension by resigning the Havant captaincy and publicly declaring he wanted to leave the Portsmouth outfit.
Havant, though, stubbornly stuck by their guns, rejecting a flurry of offers from Eastleigh and eventually leaving the under-contract Jordan to kick his heels in the stands.
Eastleigh subsequently withdrew their interest and signed Ashley Vickers from Weymouth instead.
But with defenders Karim El Salahi, Chris Collins, Warren Goodhind and Adam Everitt all leaving the Silverlake this summer and freeing up some cash, Baird went back for Jordan two weeks ago - and he has finally got his man.


Hawks start pre-season with a win (8/07)

The Hawks’ pre-season campaign got underway with a 1-0 victory against East Preston this evening. The visitors took an expanded squad to the Sussex County Division One side, with several academy players featuring among the impressive list of summer signings, playing together for the first time.
The match, which featured Assistant Manager Charlie Oatway’s son in the ranks of the opposition, was a balanced affair for much of the first half, and a spirited performance from the hosts keeping matters goalless at the break.
Academy graduate Nathan Ashmore made a superb debut in goal, making several saves to deny an increasingly active home front line, but the visitors notched the only goal of the game three minutes after the break. Craig Watkins skipped the ball in from the left and squared it past keeper Dean Fuller for trial forward Danny Edwards to turn into an open net.



Plenty of positives for Hawks after loss (17/07)

The Hawks came through their first big pre-season test with flying colours despite losing 1-0 against Championship opponents Reading at West Leigh Park last night.
Kevin Doyle slammed home the only goal of the game in the 59th minute when the Hawks failed to deal with a corner – but for much of the game the Blue Square South side matched their illustrious visitors.
The woodwork denied the Hawks a deserved opening goal shortly before half-time and manager Shaun Gale felt there were a lot of positives to be taken from the encounter.
'Reading had five regulars from last season's Premiership side out there so we were up against good players,' he said.
'I thought we stuck to our task and there were some good performances from my players.
'We looked solid in both halves and kept our shape.
'It was a decent work-out and that is all we want at this stage.
'I have been pleased since day one of training with the application and attitude of everyone in the squad and I think that showed out on the pitch.
'The team spirit is great and the players want to play for each other.'
All the Hawks new summer signings appeared at some stage, apart from striker Paul Booth who was ruled out by a groin injury, and it was the home side who created the best of the early chances.
Brett Poate's wicked inswinging free-kick was taken off the head of Guy Butters at the last moment and Charlie Henry saw a goalbound shot deflected wide.
Eight minutes before the break Poate sent a thunderous 25-yard volley crashing against the far post with Reading's Olympic-bound Australian goalkeeper Adam Federici beaten.
Reading had more possession in the second half and eventually made the breakthrough but apart from the goal Hawks keeper Kevin Scriven was hardly troubled.
Hawks: Ashmore; Conroy, Gasson, Collins, Butters, Simpemba, Henry, Holloway, Watkins, Nightingale, Poate.
Second-half subs: Smith, Elphick, Wilkinson, Slabber, Edwards, Hinshelwood, Nurse, Baldacchino, Ford, Scriven.
The Hawks set off for a three-day tour to Jersey today.


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10.05.2008., subota

9.5.2008. +24 units

CONF NORTH

LONG-TERM: Barrow to promote to Blue Square Premier (13.00 @Blue Square) 2 units (11/04/2008)

I really wrote a lot about Barrow lately, so I won't this time. Barrow have a very good chance for a play-off spot, they've hit some amazing form lately and they really could go all the way. Let's take a look at all the play-off candidates first, okay? Kettering are already promoted, they're the champions and will play in Blue Square Premier next season, hooray for them. Stalybridge, Telford, Harrogate, Nuneaton, Barrow and Southport will fight for four places. That means two teams won't make it. And this intro kinda sounds like 'Survivor', doesn't it? So, let's take a look at the numbers and facts.

Stalybridge (2nd, 39 matches, 73 points) – Vauxhall (h), TELFORD (h), Redditch (h) – estimation: 80-82 points

Telford (3rd, 39 matches, 71 point) – HARROGATE (h), STALYBRIDGE (a), Burscough (a) – estimation: 72-75 points

Harrogate (4th, 38 matches, 71 point) – TELFORD (a), Hucknall (h), Tamworth (a), Workington (h) – estimation: 77-81 points

Nuneaton (5th, 39 matches, 67 points) – Hucknall (a), SOUTHPORT (h), Tamworth (h) – estimation: 70-73 points

Barrow (6th, 38 matches, 66 points) – Redditch (a), Kettering (h), Tamworth (h), Worcester (h) – estimation: 73-78 points

Southport (7th, 37 matches, 65 points) – Kettering (h), Alfreton (h), NUNEATON (a), Leigh RMI (h), Vauxhall (a) – estimation: 72-77 points

Stalybridge shouldn't lose more than two points, between 80 and 82 points will be enough. I wouldn't be surprised if I don't see Telford in the play-offs though – three very tough matches, I can't see them take more than four points (that's 75 max) and even that shouldn't be taken for granted. Harrogate should be alright– especially if they take four points out of next two matches, at Telford and at home against strling Hucknall who will bite – two easier matches after that, so that should be between 77 and 81 point, it all depends on the next two matches really. Nuneaton is another team that I can't really see in the play-offs – Hucknall away tomorrow will be a tough match, Southport at home also, so that's between 70 and 73 all together, I doubt they could have 74 at the end. Southport could be in, they have five matches left, but they've also been terrible lately and even lost a manager. They should still win at Vauxhall and at home vs Leigh RMI and if they manage to take at least a point against unmotivated champions Kettering tomorrow, that could be between 72 and, well, the sky's the limit as they have fifteen points to play for, but not more than 75 or maybe 77 if they win tomorrow.

So, Stalybridge and Harrogate should be alright and Barrow should be alright too – I can see them taking at least a point against Kettering (it was 1:0 for Barrow before the match was abandoned in 55th minute back in February) and taking seven or even all nine points in the other three matches, including tomorrows' match at Redditch that you're already fimiliar with. 76 points should be enough and I think Barrow will be one of the four teams in the play-offs. The fourth team could be Telford after all, I doubt Nuneaton can make it and Southport have big problems right now and they have a lot of matches left in not so many days. Barrow are also a bit tired after a lot of midweek matches lately, but after this upcoming Tuesday's clash with unmotivated champions Kettering and next Saturday's home match against mid-table Tamworth, they'll finally have the whole week to rest a bit and recharge their batteries before the last match of the season (mid-table Worcester at home) and, hopefully, play-offs.

And then, in the play-offs, everything is possible. If we look at Barrow's results, it would probably be ideal to play against Telford in the semi-finals, but for that kind of scenario a lot of things should click. It's more realistic to expect Harrogate or Stalybridge in the semi-finals. It was 2:2 in both matches against Harrogate, also 2:2 away at Stalybridge, but Stalybridge managed to beat Barrow on their pitch 3:1. But, Barrow have been a different team since their uber-succesful management duo took over half a year ago and 1:0 against Kettering, 2:0 away at Telford, 4:0 at home vs Telford and all those stubborn little 1:0 and 2:1 wins tell a great story about a great comeback. They've been great away from home recently and that could help us a lot with this bet, because of the two matches in semifinals. I already said it reminds me of Maidenhead last season in Souther Premier. They got promoted in the end and Barrow could too – and even if they don't, the odds for promotion will change a lot over the next few weeks and we could make some profit even if this bet fails. How? Well, for instance, Barrow could play in the play-off finals against, let's say, Stalybridge. The odds for promotion before the final match could be 1.80 for Stalybridge and 2.10 for Barrow – that's just an example. In that case, we could stake 8 units on Stalybridge and relax. If Stalybridge get promoted, we make +4.4 units profit. If Barrow get promoted, we make +16 units profit. A whole bunch of other scenarios are possible, but I think we have a good long-term bet that gives us plenty of options in the near future. Let's see what happenes next...

(13.00 also at 888Sport – no other bookie offers this bet currently...)

semi-finals: Barrow - Telford 2:0 FT, Telford - Barrow 0:2 FT / final: Barrow - Stalybridge 1:0 FT

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2007/2008 SEASON

9.5.2008.

LONG-TERM: Barrow to promote to Blue Square Premier (13.00 @Blue Square) 2 units semi-finals: Barrow - Telford 2:0 FT, Telford - Barrow 0:2 FT / final: Barrow - Stalybridge 1:0 FT (+24 units)


8.5.2008.

Eastbourne to win the play-off's (3.00 @StanJames) 4 units semi-finals: Braintree - Eastbourne 0:2 FT, Eastbourne - Braintree 3:0 FT / final: Eastbourne - Hampton 2:0 FT (+8 units)


3.5.2008.

Wimbledon to win the play-off's (2.88 @StanJames) 4 units semi-final: Wimbledon - Hornchurch 3:1 FT / final: Staines - Wimbledon 1:2 FT (+7.52 units)

Gateshead to win the play-off's (2.75 @Skybet) 4 units semi-final: Gateshead - Eastwood 4:0 FT / final: Gateshead - Buxton 2:0 FT (+7 units)



30.4.2008.

Barrow – Telford 1 (2.25 @StanJames) 5 units FT 2:0 (+6.25 units)


29.4.2008.

Braintree – (0) Eastbourne 2 (1.92 @Pinnacle) 5 units FT 0:2 (+4.6 units)


26.4.2008.

CONF NORTH DOUBLE: Barrow – Worcester 1 @1.50 & Vauxhall – Southport 2 @1.50 (2.25 @Betway) 4 units FT 1:0 / 1:2 (+5 units)

SOUTHERN/UNIBOND DOUBLE: King's Lynn to win Southern Premier @1.33 & Fleetwood – Frickley 1 @1.30 (1.73 @Bet365) 4 units FT yes / 1:1 (-4 units)

Hayes & Yeading – Bognor Regis 1 (2.00 @Skybet) 4 units FT 0:2 (-4 units)


Kettering – Gainsborough 1 (1.67 @Bet365) 4 units FT 2:1 (+2.68 units)


21.4.2008.

(-1) Newport – Thurrock 1 (1.90 @Bet365) 5 units FT 1:4 (-5 units)


19.4.2008.

Newport – Eastbourne 1 (2.63 @Skybet) 5 units FT 1:1 (-5 units)

Vauxhall – Hinckley 2 (1.80 @StanJames) 4 units FT 0:1 (+3.2 units)

Hayes & Yeading – Cambridge OVER 3.5 (2.87 @Blue Square) 4 units FT 3:1 (+7.48 units)


CONF NORTH/RYMAN DOUBLE: Barrow – Tamworth 1 @1.60 & Wimbledon – Harlow 1 @1.55 (2.48 @Sportingbet) 4 units FT 2:0 / 1:2 (-4 units)


14.4.2008.

Havant & Waterloovile – Weston-super-mare 1 (1.60 @Expekt) 8 units FT 1:1 (-8 units)


12.4.2008.

Bromley – Havant & Waterloovile 2 (2.63 @StanJames) 5 units FT 2:1 (-5 units)

Bromley – Havant & Waterloovile HT/FT 2 (5.50 @StanJames) 1 unit HT 0:1 / FT 2:1 (-1 unit)


Redditch – Barrow 2 (2.40 @Blue Square) 5 units FT 0:5 (+7 units)

RYMAN/CONF SOUTH DOUBLE: Leyton – Margate 2 @1.25 & Basingstoke – Lewes 2 @1.67 (2.0875 @StanJames) 5 units FT 2:4 / 1:1 (-5 units)


8.4.2008.

Mangotsfield – Cirencester 1 (1.57 @StanJames) 7 units FT 1:0 (+3.99 units)

Heybridge – Staines 2 (1.83 @StanJames) 4 units FT 2:2 (-4 units)

UNIBOND DOUBLE: Stamford – Gateshead 2 @1.60 & Lincoln – Fleetwood 2 @1.35 (2.16 @Bwin) 4 units FT 1:1 / 0:3 (-4 units)



5.4.2008.

Fisher – Bognor Regis 2 (5.00 @Blue Square) 3 units & X (4.00 @BoyleSports) 2 units (ad-hoc draw-no-bet) FT 3:1 (-5 units)

RYMAN/CONF SOUTH DOUBLE: Boreham Wood – Leyton HT/FT 1 @1.44 & Havant – Sutton HT/FT 1 @1.61 (2.3184 @Bet265) 4 units HT 1:0 FT 3:0 / HT 1:0 FT 2:0 (+5.2736 units)

CONF SOUTH DOUBLE: Bishop's Stortford – Basingstoke 1 @1.55 & Hampton – Dorchester 1 @1.45 (2.2475 @Sportingbet) 4 units FT 0:0 / 4:0 (-4 units)

Barrow – Alfreton 1 (1.75 @Expekt) 4 units FT 2:1 (+3 units)


1.4.2008.

Dorchester – Maidenhead 2 (2.60 @Blue Square) 5 units FT 2:1 (-5 units)


29.3.2008.

Tamworth – Vauxhall 1 (1.73 @StanJames) 6 units FT 1:1 (-6 units)

UNIBOND/RYMAN DOUBLE: Gateshead – Matlock 1 @1.45 & Leyton – Carshaton 2 @1.55 (2.2475 @Bet-at-home) 4 units FT 2:0 / 1:4 (+4.99 units)

Basingstoke – Hayes & Yeading OVER 3.5 (2.62 @Blue Square) 4 units FT 1:1 (-4 units)


22.3.2008.

RYMAN DOUBLE: Billericay – Carshalton 1 @1.70 & Leyton – Ramsgate 2 @1.40 (2.38 @Sportingbet) 4 units FT 4:2 / 0:3 (+5.52 units)

Workington – Vauxhall Motors 1 (1.75 @Sportingbet) 5 units FT 1:0 (+3.75 units)



21.3.2008.

Marine – Witton 2 (1.90 @Sportingbet) 5 units FT 0:2 (+4.5 units)


18.3.2008.

Eastbourne – Hayes & Yeading OVER 3.5 (2.75 @Blue Square) 4 units FT 3:1 (+7 units)


15.3.2008.

Basingstoke – Braintree 2 (2.25 @Bet365) 5 units FT 2:2 (-5 units)

Eastleigh – Hayes & Yeading OVER 3.5 (2.75 @Blue Square) 5 units FT 1:4 (+8.75 units)

Bromsgrove – King's Lynn 2 (1.80 @Sportingbet) 5 units FT 1:1 (-5 units)


11.3.2008.

Billericay – Folkestone 1 (1.91 @Coral) 5 units FT 4:1 (+4.55 units)


8.3.2008.

St Albans – Basingstoke 1 (3.50 @Skybet) 4 units & X (3.60 @Skybet) 2 units (ad-hoc draw-no-bet) FT 4:1 (+8 units)

Havant & Waterloovile – Bishop's Stortford 1 (1.91 @Coral) 5 units FT 1:2 (-5 units)

Hendon – Wimbledon 2 (2.10 @StanJames) 4 units FT 0:2 (+4.4 units)

RYMAN/SOUTHERN DOUBLE: Tonbridge – Leyton 1 @1.25 & Cirencester – Halesowen 2 @1.60 (2.00@Sportingbet) 4 units FT 3:0 / 2:3 (+4 units)



4.3.2008.

Thurrock – Havant & Waterloovile 2 (2.63 @Bet365) 4 units & X (3.60 @StanJames) 2 units (ad-hoc draw-no-bet) FT 0:2 (+4.52 units)

Barrow – Boston 1 (2.30 @Betway) 3 units FT 1:0 (+3.9 units)



1.3.2008.

Leyton – Heybridge 2 (1.73 @StanJames) 7 units FT 0:3 (+5.11 units)

Havant & Waterloovile – Eastbourne 1 (2.70 @Betway) 4 units & X (3.60 @StanJames) 2 units (ad-hoc draw-no-bet) FT 2:1 (+4.8 units)

Leigh RMI – Barrow 2 (2.20 @Skybet) 4 units FT 1:2 (+4.8 units)


Fisher – Dorchester OVER 3.5 (2.75 @Blue Square) 4 units FT 1:1 (-4 units)

Gateshead – Eastwood 1 (1.80 @Bwin) 4 units FT 1:1 (-4 units)



23.2.2008.

Basingstoke – Bromley OVER 3.5 (2.62 @Blue Square) 6 units FT 1:1 (-6 units)

Hampton – Fisher OVER 3.5 (2.75 @Blue Square) 4 units FT 0:2 (-4 units)

Heybridge – Wimbledon 2 (1.80 @Sportingbet) 5 units FT 2:1 (-5 units)

TROPHY/RYMAN DOUBLE: Tamworth – Aldershot 2 @1.67 & Ramsgate – Wealdstone 1 @1.62 (2.7054 @Bet365) 3 units FT 1:2 / 2:2 (-3 units)



19.2.2008.

Vauxhall – Hyde 2 (2.10 @Blue Square) 3 units FT 3:4 (+3.3 units)

St Albans – Bishop's Stortford 2 (1.97 @10Bet) 3 units FT 1:2 (+2.91 units)



16.2.2008.

Sutton – Eastleigh OVER 3.5 (2.38 @Blue Square) 5 units FT 0:0 (-5 units)

Basingstoke – Havant OVER 3.5 (2.63 @Blue Square) 5 units FT 2:3 (+8.15 units)

Billericay – Harrow 1 (2.20 @Skybet) 5 units FT 1:1 (-5 units)

Kendal – Buxton 2 (2.00 @Bet365) 4 units FT 1:1 (-4 units)



12.2.2008.

Braintree – Hampton & Richmond 2 (2.50 @Skybet) 3 units FT 3:0 (-3 units)

Horsham – Wimbledon 2 (2.30 @Coral) 3 units FT 0:2 (+3.9 units)

Dorchester – Bishop's Stortford 2 (2.00 @StanJames) 3 units FT 0:4 (+3 units)



9.2.2008.

Fisher – Eastleigh OVER 3.5 (2.88 @Blue Square) 6 units FT 1:4 (+11.28 units)

NORTH/SOUTH DOUBLE: Hyde – Leigh RMI 1 @1.50 & Dorchester – Eastbourne 2 @1.75 (2.625 @Betway) 4 units FT 1:1 / 0:4 (-4 units)

Harrow – Wimbledon 2 (2.38 @StanJames) 4 units FT 0:2 (+5.52 units)

Hemel Hempstead – Team Bath 2 (1.83 @StanJames) 4 units FT 1:3 (+3.32 units)

Sutton – Thurrock 1 (3.00 @Blue Square) 3 units FT 1:0 (+6 units)



5.2.2008.

SETANTA/RYMAN DOUBLE: St Albans – Aldershot 2 @1.55 & Leyton – Staines 2 @1.40 (2.17 @Bwin) 5 units FT 0:4 / 2:2 (-5 units)


2.2.2008.

Basingstoke – Fisher 2 /DRAW NO BET (2.00 @Betway) 7 units FT 1:5 (+7 units)

Wimbledon – Torquay 2 (1.72 @StanJames) 6 units FT 0:2 (+4.32 units)


Gainsborough – Hinckley 1 (1.75 @Bwin) 4 units FT 2:2 (-4 units)

Barrow – Redditch 1 (2.10 @Betway) 4 units FT 2:0 (+4.4 units)

(-1.5) Lewes – Bognor 1 (1.92 @10Bet) 4 units FT 0:1 (-4 units)

Eastleigh – Dorchester OVER 3.5 (2.75 @Blue Square) 3 units FT 3:1 (+5.25 units)


26.1.2008.

Liverpool – Havant & Waterloovile OVER 3.5 (1.60 @Gamebookers) 8 units FT 5:2 (+4.8 units)

Eastbourne – Basingstoke 1 (1.73 @StanJames) 6 units FT 6:0 (+4.38 units)

CONF SOUTH/RYMAN DOUBLE: Welling – Lewes 2 @1.65 & Leyton – Maidstone 2 @1.60 (2.64 @Bwin) 4 units FT 0:4 / 0:1 (+6.56 units)


Kendal – Ossett 1 (2.38 @StanJames) 2 units FT 0:2 (-2 units)

Hemel Hempstead – Bromsgrove X2 (2.00 @Bet-at-home) 2 units FT 0:2 (+2 units)


22.1.2008.

AD-HOC DRAW-NO-BET: Billericay – Wimbledon 1 (3.25 @Skybet) 3 units & X (3.50 @StanJames) 2 units FT 2:2 (+2 units)

Wealdstone – East Thurrock 1 (2.00 @Gamebookers) 5 units POSTPONED


19.1.2008.

Eastleigh – St Albans OVER 3.5 (2.63 @Blue Square) 6 units FT 1:1 (-6 units)

Bishop's Stortford – Welling OVER 3.5 (2.88 @Blue Square) 5 units POSTPONED

Newport – Havant 1 (1.85 @Betway) 5 units POSTPONED

Hyde – Alfreton OVER 3.5 (2.88 @Blue Square) 3 units FT 0:2 (-3 units)

Hucknall – Southport 2 (2.00 @Skybet) 3 units FT 1:2 (+3 units)


16.1.2008.

Havant & Waterloovile – Swansea OVER 2.75 (2.05 @Pinnacle) 5 units FT 4:2 (+5.25 units)

Havant & Waterloovile – Swansea OVER 4 (4.80 @Bet365) 1 unit FT 4:2 (+3.8 units)



15.1.2008.

Hampton & Richmond – Bath City OVER 3.5 (3.10 @Blue Square) 3 units POSTPONED

East Thurrock – Staines 2 (2.20 @Sportingbet) 3 units POSTPONED


12.1.2008.

Billericay – Folkestone 1 (1.85 @Sportingbet) 8 units POSTPONED

RYMAN/CONF-SOUTH DOUBLE: Leyton – Harrow 2 @1.57 & Hampton & Richmond – Thurrock 1 @1.53 (2.4021 @Bet365) 4 units FT 0:3 / 2:3 (-4 units)

Ramsgate – Hendon 1 (2.40 @StanJames) 3 units FT 2:1 (+4.2 units)

Barrow – Gainsborough 1 (2.00 @Bwin) 3 units FT 4:1 (+3 units)

Stalybridge – Harrogate 1 /DRAW NO BET (2.10 @Betway) 3 units FT 3:2 (+3.3 units)



8.1.2008.

Bishop's Stortford – Havant & Waterloovile 1 (2.05 @Sportingbet) 4 units FT 4:1 (+4.2 units)


5.1.2008.

Redditch – Vauxhall 1 (1.91 @StanJames) 7 units FT 2:0 (+6.37 units)

Chasetown – Cardiff OVER 2.75 (2.07 @10Bet) 5 units FT 1:3 (+5.35 units)

Chasetown – Cardiff OVER 4 (5.10 @Bet365) 1 unit FT 1:3 (+0 units)

Eastleigh – Bath City 1 /DRAW NO BET (1.88 @10Bet) 5 units FT 4:4 (+0 units)


Dorchester – Cambridge City 2 /DRAW NO BET (1.81 @10Bet) 5 units FT 3:2 (-5 units)

CONF SOUTH/RYMAN DOUBLE: Hampton & Richmond – Welling 1 @1.62 & Chelmsford – Hastings 1 @1.25 (2.025 @Skybet) 5 units FT 4:0 / 1:1 (-5 units)

Hemel Hempstead – King's Lynn 2 (2.20 @Sportingbet) 4 units FT 4:2 (-4 units)

RYMAN DOUBLE: Folkestone – Leyton 1 @1.40 & Hendon – Carshalton 1 @1.50 (2.10 @Sportingbet) 3 units FT 2:0 / 0:5 (-3 units)

CONF NORTH DOUBLE: Hyde – Blyth 1 @1.45 & Boston – Leigh RMI 1 @1.60 (2.32 @Bwin) 3 units FT 2:4 / 5:1 (-3 units)



26.12.2007.

St Albans – Cambridge City 1 /DRAW NO BET (1.70 @Betway) 6 units FT 0:2 (-6 units)

RYMAN DOUBLE: Leyton – Hornchurch 2 @1.40 & Wimbledon – Carshalton 1 @1.60 (2.24 @Bwin) 4 units FT 2:5 / 2:0 (+4.98 units)

Eastleigh – Basingstoke 1 (2.05 @Bwin) 4 units FT 1:1 (-4 units)

AD-HOC DRAW NO BET: Weston Super Mare – Newport 2 (2.40 @Betway) 3 units & X (3.60 @StanJames) 1 unit FT 2:2 (-0.4 units)

AD-HOC DRAW-NO-BET: Tonbridge – Horsham 1 (2.38 @StanJames) 3 units & X (3.60 @StanJames) 1 unit FT 1:5 (-4 units)


Heybridge – Chelmsford 2 (2.05 @Sportingbet) 3 units FT 1:2 (+3.15 units)

Swindon – Cirencester 1 (2.00 @StanJames) 3 units FT 1:1 (-3 units)


22.12.2007.

Merthyr – Team Bath 2 (2.00 @Skybet) 5 units FT 1:1 (-5 units)

SOUTHERN/RYMAN DOUBLE: King's Lynn – Mangotsfield 1 @1.62 & Chelmsford – Margate 1 @1.67 (2.7054 @Bet365) 5 units FT 1:1 / 5:1 (-5 units)


Wealdstone – Folkestone 1 (2.05 @Bwin) 5 units FT 3:2 (+5.25 units)

Ramsgate – Wimbledon 2 (2.50 @Bet365) 5 units FT 1:1 (-5 units)

Marine – Buxton 1 (1.83 @Bet365) 5 units FT 0:1 (-5 units)

Gainsborough – Solihull 1 (1.91 @StanJames) 5 units FT 0:2 (-5 units)


Workington – Hyde 2 (2.25 @Blue Square) 5 units POSTPONED


18.12.2007.

Hemel Hempstead – Merthyr Tydfil 1 (1.62 @StanJames ) 5 units FT 0:0 (-5 units)

Guiseley – Kidderminster 2 (1.83 @Ladbrokes) 4 units FT 1:2 (+3.32 units)


15.12.2007.

Billericay – Hornchurch 1 (2.30 @Bwin) 5 units FT 0:2 (-5 units)

AD-HOC DRAW-NO-BET: Swindon – Chippenham 1 (2.90 @Bwin) 4.5 units & X (3.55 @Digibet) 1.5 unit FT 0:2 (-6 units)


Worcester – Boston 1 (2.20 @StanJames) 4 units FT 2:1 (+4.8 units)

Boreham Wood – Chelmsford 2 (2.20 @Sportingbet) 4 units FT 4:2 (-4 units)

Folkestone – Horsham 2 (2.20 @Sportingbet) 4 units FT 4:1 (-4 units)


Harrow – Staines 2 (2.20 @Gamebookers) 4 units FT 1:3 (+4.8 units)

Gainsborough – Barrow 2 /DRAW NO BET (2.06 @10Bet) 4 units FT 1:1 (0 units)

Fisher – Havant 2 (2.50 @Expekt) 3 units FT 4:2 (-3 units)


11.12.2007.

Bromley – Lewes OVER 3.5 (3.25 @Blue Square) 3 units FT 1:2 (-3 units)


10.12.2007.

(-2) Swansea – Horsham 1 (2.00 @Gamebookers) 3 units FT 6:2 (+3 units)


4.12.2007.

Yate - Team Bath 2 (2.10 @StanJames) 4 units FT 0:2 (+4.4 units)


1.12.2007.

Staines – Peterborough 2 (1.60 @Gamebookers) 7 units FT 0:5 (+4.2 units)

Bognor Regis – Welling 1 (2.25 @StanJames) 6 units FT 0:0 (-6 units)

St Albans – Bromley OVER 3.5 (2.88 @Blue Square) 5 units FT 1:0 (-5 units)


Lewes – Bath City 1 (1.95 @Betway) 4 units FT 1:0 (+3.8 units)

Worcester – Barrow 2 /DRAW NO BET (3.20 @Betway) 3 units FT 1:1 (0 units)

Guiseley – Fleetwood 2 (2.50 @Sportingbet) 2 units FT 0:2 (+3 units)

Solihull – Stalybridge 2 (2.50 @Skybet) 2 units FT 0:4 (+3 units)



27.11.2007.

Bath City – Hayes & Yeading 1 (1.73 @Blue Square) 4 units FT 2:2 (-4 units)


24.11.2007.

Eastleigh – Weston-super-Mare 1 (1.85 @Sportingbet) 6 units FT 4:2 (+5.1 units)

FA TROPHY/UNIBOND DOUBLE: Wimbledon – Northwood 1 @1.44 & Fleetwood - Ashton 1 @1.50 (2.15 @Gamebookers) 5 units FT 2:1 / 3:0 (+5.75 units)


Staines – Chelmsford 2 (1.83 @Skybet) 4 units FT 2:2 (-4 units)

Matlock – Marine 2 (2.63 @StanJames) 3 units FT 2:3 (+4.89 units)

Billericay – Margate 1 (2.30 @Sportingbet) 3 units FT 0:1 (-3 units)

Vauxhall – Hyde 2 (2.10 @Gamebookers) 3 units FT 1:0 (-3 units)



17.11.2007.

Dorchester – Hampton & Richmond 2 (2.25 @Coral) 7 units FT 0:1 (+8.75 units)

Hastings – Wimbledon 2 (2.10 @Bwin) 6 units FT 1:3 (+6.6 units)

Weston-super-Mare – Lewes 2 (2.25 @StanJames) 5 units FT 1:2 (+6.25 units)

Bromley – Newport OVER 3.5 (3.25 @Blue Square) 5 units FT 2:2 (+11.25 units)


Barrow – Telford 2 (2.10 @Coral) 5 units FT 4:0 (-5 units)

Ilkeston – Gateshead 2 (2.00 @StanJames) 5 units FT 2:0 (-5 units)

Basingstoke – St Albans 2 /DRAW NO BET (3.20 @Betway) 1 unit FT 3:1 (-1 units)

Braintree – Bognor Regis 2 /DRAW NO BET (3.20 @Betway) 1 unit FT 3:2 (-1 unit)


Hayes & Yeading – Sutton 2 /DRAW NO BET (3.20 @Betway) 1 unit FT 3:3 (0 unit)


14.11.2007.

Boston – Hucknall OVER 3.5 (2.88 @Blue Square) 3 units FT 2:3 (+5.64 units)


13.11.2007.

SOUTHERN PREMIER DOUBLE: King's Lynn – Corby 1 @1.40 & Chippenham – Cirencester 1 @1.65 (2.31 @Sportingbet) 3 units FT 0:1 / 2:0 (-3 units)


10.11.2007.

(-0.75) Team Bath – Chasetown 1 (2.00 @Bet365) 6 units FT 0:2 (-6 units)

Eastleigh – Bromley OVER 3.5 (3.25 @Betway) 6 units FT 1:4 (+13.5 units)

RYMAN DOUBLE: Wimbledon – Hornchurch 1 @1.65 & Chelmsford – Ashford 1 @1.40 (2.31 @Sportingbet) 4 units FT 1:0 / 4:0 (+5.24 units)

AD-HOC DRAW-NO-BET: Bognor Regis – Hayes & Yeading 1 (2.50 @Blue Square) 3 units & X (3.60 @StanJames) 1 unit FT 3:0 (+3.5 units)


AD-HOC DRAW NO BET: Chippenham – Hemel Hempstead 1 (2.38 @StanJames) 3 units & X (3.60 @StanJames) 1 unit FT 1:2 (-4 units)

Hucknall – Solihull Moors 1 (2.25 @StanJames) 2 units FT 2:2 (-2 units)


CONF NORTH DOUBLE: Alfreton – Leigh RMI 1 @1.65 & Boston – Vauxhall 1 @1.70 (2.805 @Betway) 2 units FT 1:0 / 5:1 (+3.61 units)


6.11.2007.

AD-HOC DRAW-NO-BET: Billericay – King's Lynn 1 (2.63 @Skybet) 6 units & X (3.60 @StanJames) 2 units FT 1:3 (-8 units)

FA TROPHY DOUBLE: Marine – Bamber Bridge 1 @1.65 & Maidstone – Abingdon 1 @1.65 (2.7225 @Bwin) 5 units FT 2:2 / 5:3 (-5 units)



4.11.2007.

Nuneaton – Hyde AD-HOC DRAW-NO-BET: 2 (2.40 @Expekt) 4 units & X (3.60 @StanJames) 2 units FT 1:0 (-6 units)


3.11.2007.

Havant & Waterloovile – Hampton & Richmond 1 (2.20 @StanJames) 6 units FT 0:3 (-6 units)

Hayes & Yeading – Eastleigh AD-HOC DRAW-NO-BET: 2 (2.50 @Blue Square) 6 units & X (3.60 @StanJames) 2 units FT 2:4 (+7 units)

CONF SOUTH DOUBLE: Newport – Dorchester 1 @1.60 & Lewes – Sutton 1 @1.40 (2.24 @Sportingbet) 3 units FT 3:2 / 4:0 (+3.72 units)

CONF NORTH/FA TROPHY DOUBLE: Kettering – Blyth 1 @1.57 & Stocksbridge – Witton 2 @1.57 (2.4649 @Skybet) 2 units FT 1:0 / 2:5 (+2.9298 units)



27.10.2007.

Fisher – Newport 2 /DRAW NO BET (2.10 @Betway) 5 units FT 1:3 (+5.5 units)

FA CUP DOUBLE: Histon – Bamber Bridge 1 @1.30 & Weymouth – Hitchin Town 1 @1.40 (1.82 @Sportingbet) 5 units FT 4:1 / 1:1 (-5 units)

UNIBOND PREMIER DOUBLE: Guiseley – North Ferriby @1.36 & Whitby – Witton X2 @1.25 (1.70 @Paddy Power) 5 units FT 2:1 / 1:6 (+3.5 units)

Ramsgate – Chelmsford 2 (2.25 @Bwin) 4 units & Ramsgate – Chelmsford X (3.50 @StanJames) 1 unit FT 2:0 (-5 units)

Hornchurch – Team Bath 2 (2.63 @Skybet) 3 units & Hornchurch – Team Bath X (3.60 @William Hill) 1 unit FT 0:1 (+3.89 units)

Lincoln – Marine 2 (2.50 @Skybet) 3 units & Lincoln – Marine X (3.60 @Skybet) 1 unit FT 0:2 (+3.5 units)


FA CUP DOUBLE: Southport – Hitchin 1 @1.83 & Havant – Leighton 1 @1.53 (2.7999 @Skybet) 2 units FT 1:3 / 3:0 (-2 units)

Eastleigh – Forest Green 1 (4.33 @Coral) 2 units & Eastleigh – Forest Green X (3.50 @Gamebookers) 1 unit FT 3:3 (+0.5 units)


24.10.2007.

Maidstone – Bury Town 1 (1.73 @Bet365) 5 units FT 3:1 (+3.65 units)


23.10.2007.

Thurrock – Sutton 1 (1.80 @StanJames) 5 units FT 2:1 (+4 units)

(-1) Thurrock – Sutton 1 (3.10 @Blue Square) 1 unit FT 2:1 (-1 unit)

FA TROPHY DOUBLE: Kings Lynn – Sudbury 1 @1.33 & Abingdon – Staines 2 @1.47 (1.9551 @10Bet) 4 units FT 2:1 / 5:2 (-4 units)


Bromley – St Albans OVER 3.5 (2.88 @Blue Square) 2 units FT 3:4 (+3.76 units)

Hampton & Richmond – Bishop's Stortford OVER 3.5 (3.25 @Blue Square) 2 units FT 1:1 (-2 units)


22.10.2007.

Havant & Waterloovile – Basingstoke 1 (1.91 @Blue Square) 7 units FT 1:1 (-7 units)

Weston-super-Mare – Eastleigh 2 /DRAW NO BET (2.30 @Betway) 4 units FT 0:3 (+5.2 units)


21.10.2007.

FA TROPHY DOUBLE: Billericay – Ilford 1 @1.33 & Team Bath – Taunton 1 @1.43 (1.90 @10Bet) 3 units FT 2:1 / FT 1:0 (+2.7057 units)


20.10.2007.

Bath City – Basingstoke 1 (1.75 @Betway) 8 units FT 0:1 (-8 units)

CONF SOUTH DOUBLE: Bath City – Basingstoke 1 @1.73 & Eastbourne – Sutton 1 @1.44 (2.49 @Blue Square) 4 units FT 0:1 / FT 3:0 (-4 units)

CONF NORTH DOUBLE: Hyde – Barrow 1 @1.57 & Burscough – Hinckley 1 @1.57 (2.46 @StanJames) 4 units FT 2:1 / FT 1:1 (-4 units)


Dorchester – Bromley 2 (2.40 @Betway) 1 unit FT 2:3 (+1.40 units)


16.10.2007.

Eastwood – Matlock 1 (2.10 @Skybet) 2 units FT 2:3 (-2 units)

Prescot Cables – Marine 2 (2.15 @Gamebookers) 2 units FT 1:1 (-2 units)



15.10.2007.

Chelmsford – Hendon 1 (1.75 @Sportingbet) 4 units FT 5:1 (+3 units)


13.10.2007.

Havant & Waterloovile – Fleet 1 (1.62 @Skybet) 8 units FT 2:1 (+4.96 units)

Leek – Witton 2 (1.60 @ Bwin) 6 units FT 2:2 (-6 units)

Marine – North Ferriby 1 (1.67 @StanJames) 6 units FT 3:0 (+4.02 units)

Maidstone – Leyton 1 (1.90 @Gamebookers) 5 units FT 2:1 (+4.5 units)

Brentwood – Staines 2 (2.00 @Skybet) 3 units FT 0:3 (+3 units)



10.10.2007.

Corby – Team Bath 2 (2.10 @StanJames) 3 units FT 1:2 (+3.3 units)


9.10.2007.

Leyton – Chelmsford 2 (1.80 @Bwin) 7 units FT 1:2 (+5.6 units)


8.10.2007.

Ashton – Whitby OVER 2.75 (1.82 @Pinnacle) 6 units FT 0:0 (-6 units)


6.10.2007.

Wimbledon – Maidstone 1 (1.55 @Sportingbet) 7 units FT 2:0 (+3.85 units)

Bognor Regis – Fisher OVER 2.75 (1.91 @Pinnacle) 5 units FT 0:1 (-5 units)

Bognor Regis – Fisher 2 (2.30 @Expekt) 1 unit FT 0:1 (+1.30 units)

(-1.5) Gateshead – Ilkeston 1 (1.92 @Pinnacle) 5 units FT 1:2 (-5 units)

Gainsborough – Alfreton OVER 2.5 (1.85 @Pinnacle) 4 units FT 2:2 (+3.4 units)

Maidenhead – Newport 2-3 GOALS (1.95 @Betway) 3 units FT 2:3 (-3 units)

Maidenhead – Newport 1:1 FT (7.00 @Blue Square) 1 unit FT 2:3 (-1 unit)

Kettering – Hyde 1 (1.87 @Pinnacle) 3 units FT 0:2 (-3 units)


King's Lynn – Chippenham 1 (1.78 @Pinnacle) 3 units FT 2:0 (+2.34 units)


22.9.2007.

Wimbledon – Heybridge 1 (1.65 @Bwin) 6/10 FT 1:0 (+3.9 units)

Margate – Hendon 1 (2.50 @Stanleybet) 5/10 FT 0:2 (-5 units)

Cheshunt - Team Bath 2 (3.40 @StanJames) 3/10 FT 1:2 (+7.2 units)


19.9.2007.

St Albans – Thurrock 1 (1.83 @StanJames) 6/10 FT 0:5 (-6 units)

(-1) St Albans – Thurrock 1 (3.00 @Digibet) 1/10 FT 0:5 (-1 unit)



18.9.2007.

Eastbourne – Welling 1 (1.73 @Coral) 6/10 FT 1:0 (+4.38 units)


17.9.2007.

Hinckley – Kettering 2 (1.80 @Blue Square) 7/10 FT 0:0 (-7 units)


15.9.2007.

Hyde – Burscough OVER 2.5 (1.50 @Stanleybet) 7/10 FT 1:0 (-7 units)

Hyde – Burscough OVER 3.5 (2.88 @Blue Square) 2/10 FT 1:0 (-2 units)

Welling – Hayes & Yeading 1 (1.91 @Skybet) 4/10 FT 1:2 (-4 units)

Maidenhead – Havant & Waterloovile 2 (2.20 @Blue Square, Skybet) 3/10 FT 3:3 (-3 units)



11.9.2007.

North Ferriby – Gateshead 2 (1.91 @Stanleybet) 7/10 FT 1:4 (+6.37 units)

Witton – Matlock 1 (1.80 @Stanleybet) 4/10 FT 2:0 (+3.2 units)



8.9.2007.

Chelmsford – Wealdstone 1 (1.57 @Stanleybet) 7/10 FT 3:1 (+4 units)

Havant & Waterloovile – Bromley 1 (2.20 @Blue Square) 5/10 FT 1:0 (+6 units)


(-1) Havant & Waterloovile – Bromley 1 (4.22 @Stanleybet) 1/10 FT 1:0 (-1 unit)

Hendon – Maidstone 1 (1.62 @Skybet) 5/10 FT 2:1 (+3.1 units)

Kettering – Boston OVER 2.5 (1.83 @Pinnacle) 5/10 FT 3:0 (+4.1 units)


Kettering – Boston OVER 3.5 (2.63 @Blue Square) 1/10 FT 3:0 (-1 unit)


7.9.2007.

Bath City – Newport UNDER 2.5 (2.05 @Pinnacle) 7/10 FT 1:1 (+7.3 units)

Bath City – Newport 1:0 FT (8.00 @Blue Square) 1/10 FT 1:1 (-1 unit)

Bath City – Newport 0:0 FT (11.00 @Blue Square) 1/10 FT 1:1 (-1 unit)



5.9.2007.

Gateshead – Frickley 1 (1.67 @StanJames, Paddy Power) 8/10 FT 5:2 +5.3 units


4.9.2007.

Fleetwood – Marine 1 (1.80 @Stanleybet) 5/10 FT 2:3 -5 units

Buxton – Witton 2 (2.00 @StanJames) 4/10 FT 0:2 +4 units

Leyton – Horsham 2 (2.30 @Gamebookers) 4/10 FT 4:3 -4 units

Heybridge – Billericay 2 (2.38 @StanJames) 2/10 FT 2:2 -2 units



1.9.2007.

Billericay – Leyton 1 (1.62 @StanJames) 8/10 FT 4:0 +4.9 units

Havant & Waterloovile – Thurrock 1 (1.67 @Stanleybet) 7/10 FT 3:0 +4.7 units

(-1) Havant & Waterloovile – Thurrock 1 (2.70 @Stanleybet) 2/10 FT 3:0 +3.4 units

Bromley – Hayes & Yeading 1 (1.62 @Blue Square) 6/10 FT 2:1 +3.7 units


Eastleigh – Sutton 1 (1.70 @Bwin) 5/10 FT 1:2 -5 units

Leigh RMI – Kettering OVER 2.5 (1.71 @Stanleybet) 5/10 FT 1:4 +3.5 units

Leigh RMI – Kettering 2 (2.10 @StanJames) 2/10 FT 1:4 +2.2 units



22.8.2007.

Gateshead - Whitby 1 (1.80 @Primebet) 8/10 FT 2:1 +6.4 units


21.8.2007.

Horsham - Folkestone Invicta 1 (1.91 @Skybet) 5/10 FT 1:0 +4.5 units

Hornchurch - Billericay OVER 2.5 and 3 (1.93 @Pinnacle) 4/10 FT 0:2 -4 units


20.8.2007.

Chelmsford - Boreham Wood 1 (1.73 @Paddy Power) 6/10 FT 4:1 +4.3 units


18.8.2007.

Wimbledon - Ramsgate 1 (1.67 @StanJames, Paddy Power) 7/10 FT 2:0 +4.7 units

Hyde - Tamworth OVER 2.5 (1.71 @Stanleybet) 6/10 FT 1:2 +4.2 units


Hyde - Tamworth 4-6 GOALS (3.20 @Stanleybet) 1/10 FT 1:2 -1 unit

Hyde - Tamworth 7 GOALS (22 @Stanleybet) 1/10 FT 1:2 -1 unit


Fisher - Weston-super-Mare OVER 2.5 (1.63 @Stanleybet) 6/10 FT 3:1 +3.7 units

Fisher - Weston-super-Mare 4-6 GOALS (2.95 @Stanleybet) 1/10 FT 3:1 +1.9 units


Fisher - Weston-super-Mare 7 GOALS (21.8 @Stanleybet) 1/10 FT 3:1 -1 unit


15.8.2007.

Newport - Maidenhead 1 (1.83 @Coral, StanJames, Blue Square) 5/10 FT 1:1 -5 units


14.8.2007.

Bognor Regis - Hampton & Richmond 1 (2.15 @Sportingbet) 3/10 FT 2:4 -3 units

Thurrock - Lewis 2 (2.45 @Sportingbet) 2/10 FT 2:3 +2.9 units

Redditch - Tamworth 2 (2.10 @Sportingbet) 3/10 FT 3:1 -3 units


13.8.2007.

Kettering - Hucknall 1 (1.91 @Blue Square) 6/10 FT 3:2 +5.4 units

(-1) Kettering - Hucknall 1 (2.89 @Stanleybet) 1/10 FT 3:2 -1 unit

Hyde - Vauxhall 1 (1.80 @Betway) 4/10 FT 6:3 +3.2 units


11.8.2007.

Lewes - Hayes & Yeading United 1 (1.73 @Sportingbet) 7/10 FT 2:1 +5.1 units

Maidenhead - Fisher 1 (2.10 @StanJames) 3/10 FT 2:3 -3 units

Tamworth - Burscough 1 (1.73 @Sportingbet) 5/10 FT 4:2 +3.6 units



2006/2007 SEASON

28.4.2007.

Hampton & Richmond - Slough OVER 2.5 (1.56 @Stanleybet) 8/10 FT 4:2 4.5 units

Hampton & Richmond - Slough 4-6 GOALS (2.85 @Stanleybet) 3/10 FT 4:2 5.5 units


Hampton & Richmond - Slough 7 GOALS (19.8 @Stanleybet) 1/10 FT 4:2 -1 unit

Billericay - Leyton 1 (1.45 @Stanleybet) 7/10 FT 2:0 3.1 units

(-1) Billericay - Leyton 1 (2.15 @Stanleybet) 2/10 FT 2:0 2.3 units



26.4.2007.

Maidenhead - Banbury 1 (1.73 @Stanleybet) 7/10 FT 2:0 5.1 units

(-1) Maidenhead - Banbury 1 (2.89 @Stanleybet) 2/10 FT 2:0 3.7 units



24.4.2007.

Fleetwood - Mossley 1 (1.30 @StanJames) 9/10 FT 0:1 -9 units

Histon - Thurrock X2 (1.95 @Stanleybet) 3/10 FT 3:1 -3 units

Slough - Staines OVER 2.5 (1.63 @Stanleybet) 6/10 FT 0:2 -6 units

Slough - Staines OVER 3.5 (2.69 @Stanleybet) 2/10 FT 0:2 -2 units



21.4.2007.

Slough - Chelmsford OVER 2.5 (1.57 @Stanleybet) 7/10 FT 0:4 4 units

Slough - Chelmsford 4-6 GOALS (2.90 @Stanleybet) 2/10 FT 0:4 3.8 units


Slough - Chelmsford 7 GOALS (19.8 @Stanleybet) 1/10 FT 0:4 -1 unit

Burscough - Grantham OVER 2.5 (1.56 @Stanleybet) 7/10 FT 3:0 3.9 units

Burscough - Grantham 4-6 GOALS (2.85 @Stanleybet) 2/10 FT 3:0 -2 units

Burscough - Grantham 7 GOALS (19.8 @Stanleybet) 1/10 FT 3:0 -1 unit


Leyton - Hampton & Richmond 2 (1.67 @Bet365) 7/10 FT 0:3 4.7 units

Radcliffe - Guiseley 2 (1.60 @Bwin) 7/10 FT 1:2 4.2 units


Radcliffe - (-1) Guiseley 2 (2.48 @Stanleybet) 2/10 FT 1:2 -2 units


16.4.2007.

Havant & Waterlooville - Yeading 1 (1.50 @Bet365) 7/10 FT 4:0 3.5 units

Hednesford - Guiseley X2 (1.63 @Stanleybet) 7/10 FT 2:2 4.4 units

Hednesford - Guiseley 2 (3.25 @Stanleybet) 2/10 FT 2:2 -2 units


14.4.2007.

Droylsden - Moor Green 1 (1.55 @Bwin) 7/10 FT 1:0 3.8 units

(-1) Droylsden - Moor Green 1 (2.14 @Stanleybet) 2/10 FT 1:0 -2 units

Witton - Mossley OVER 2.5 (1.51 @Stanleybet) 8/10 FT 2:1 4.1 units

Witton - Mossley 4-6 GOALS (2.73 @Stanleybet) 3/10 FT 2:1 -3 units

Witton - Mossley 7 GOALS (17.7 @Stanleybet) 1/10 FT 2:1 -1 units



11.4.2007.

Burscough - Fleetwood 1 (1.75 @Bwin) 6/10 FT 4:1 4.5 units


9.4.2007.

Witton - Grantham 4-6 GOALS (2.66 @Stanleybet) 3/10 FT 4:4 -3 units

Witton - Grantham 7 GOALS (17.7 @Stanleybet) 1/10 FT 4:4 16.7 units


7.4.2007.

Slough - (-1) Margate 2 (1.58 @Stanleybet) 7/10 FT 2:2 -7 units

Slough - Margate OVER 3.5 (2.49 @Stanleybet) 2/10 FT 2:2 3 units

Newport - Bedford 1 (1.53 @Stanleybet) 7/10 FT 2:0 3.7 units

(-1) Newport - Bedford 1 (2.35 @Stanleybet) 2/10 FT 2:0 2.7 units


3.4.2007.

Hayes - Bedford 1 (2.00 @StanJames) 7/10 FT 3:1 7 units


2.4.2007.

Fisher - Braintree 2 (2.35 @Stanleybet) 3/10 FT 3:0 -3 units


31.3.2007.

(-1) Wimbledon - Slough (1.58 @Stanleybet) 8/10 FT 9:0 4.6 units

Wimbledon - Slough 4-6 GOALS (2.85 @Stanleybet) 2/10 FT 9:0 -2 units

Wimbledon - Slough 7 GOALS (19.8 @Stanleybet) 1/10 FT 9:0 18.8 units

Cirencester - Bath City 2 (1.50 @Stanleybet) 7/10 FT 0:1 3.5 units

Stalybridge - Lancaster X-1 HT/FT (6.00 @Stanleybet) 1/10 HT 1:0 / FT 3:1 -1 unit


27.3.2007.

Walton & Hersham - Slough 1 (1.40 @Bwin) 9/10 FT 3:0 3.6 units

(-1) Walton & Hersham - Slough 1 (1.95 @Stanleybet) 5/10 FT 3:0 4.75 units

Fleetwood - Grantham 1 (1.57 @Skybet) 6/10 FT 4:1 3.42 units

(-1) Fleetwood - Grantham 1 (2.14 @Stanleybet) 3/10 FT 4:1 3.4 units

Fleetwood - Grantham 4-6 GOALS (3.01 @Stanleybet) 1/10 FT 4:1 2 units


Fleetwood - Grantham 7 GOALS (21.8 @Stanleybet) 1/10 FT 4:1 -1 unit

Leyton - Wimbledon 2 (2.10 @Bwin) 3/10 FT 2:5 3.3 units

Salisbury - Hayes 1 (1.40 @StanJames) 6/10 FT 0:0 -6 units

(-1) Salisbury - Hayes 1 (1.95 @Stanleybet) 3/10 FT 0:0 -3 units



24.3.2007.

Slough - Ramsgate 2 (1.40@Stanleybet) 9/10 FT 0:3 3.6 units

Slough - (-1) Ramsgate 2 (2.01@Stanleybet) 2/10 FT 0:3 2 units


23.3.2007.

Scarborough - Worksop 1:0 (7.50 @Stanleybet) 1/10 FT 2:1 -1 unit


20.3.2007.

Maidenhead - Cirencester 1 (1.80 @Stanleybet) 8.5/10 FT 1:0 6.8 units

(-1) Maidenhead - Cirencester 1 (3.05 @Stanleybet) 2/10 FT 1:0 -2 units

Bedford - Eastbourne 2 (2.00 @Stanleybet) 5/10 FT 1:1 -5 units

Bedford - (-1) Eastbourne 2 (3.70 @Stanleybet) 1/10 FT 1:1 -1 units

Walton & Hersham - Billericay 2 (1.67 @Stanleybet) 5/10 FT 2:2 -5 units



19.3.2007.

Slough - Boreham Wood 2 (1.60 @Stanleybet) 5/10 FT 0:4 3 units


17.3.2007.

Lancaster - Worksop 2 (1.40 @Stanleybet) 9/10 FT 0:3 3.6 units

(-1) Billericay - Slough 1 (1.70 @Stanleybet) 8/10 FT 5:0 5.6 units

Billericay - Slough OVER 3.5 (2.49 @Stanleybet) 2/10 FT 5:0 3 units

Billericay - Slough 7 GOALS (19.8 @Stanleybet) 1/10 FT 5:0 -1 unit

Vauxhall - Scarborough X2 (1.49 @Stanleybet) 7/10 FT 1:1 3.4 units

Vauxhall - Scarborough 2 (2.65 @Stanleybet) 2/10 FT 1:1 -2 units


10.3.2007.

Lancaster - Redditch 2 (1.36 @Stanleybet) 9.5/10 FT 1:2 3.4 units

Lancaster - (-1) Redditch 2 (1.95 @Stanleybet) 6/10 FT 1:2 -6 units

Slough - Tonbridge Angels 2 (1.70 @Stanleybet) 8/10 FT 2:3 5.6 units

Slough - (-1) Tonbridge Angels 2 (2.80 @Stanleybet) 2/10 FT 2:3 -2 units

Worthing - Heybridge Swifts 1X (1.63 @Stanleybet) 7/10 FT 0:3 -7 units

Worthing - Heybridge Swifts 1 (3.05 @Stanleybet) 3/10 FT 0:3 -3 units

Chippenham - Banbury 1 (1.70 @Stanleybet) 7/10 FT 1:1 -7 units

(-1) Chippenham - Banbury 1 (2.80 @Stanleybet) 2/10 FT 1:1 -2 units



6.3.2007.

Farnborough - Basingstoke 1 (1.85 @Stanleybet) 7/10 FT 1:1 -7 units


5.3.2007.

Hendon - Slough 1 (1.90 @Stanleybet) 7/10 FT 2:0 6.3 units


3.3.2007.

Hinckley - Lancaster OVER 2.5 (1.50) 9/10 odgodjeno

Hinckley - Lancaster OVER 3.5 (2.35) 4/10 odgodjeno

Folkestone Invicta - Slough 1 (1.73) 8/10 FT 0:0 -8 units

(-1) Folkestone Invicta - Slough 1 (2.89) 3/10 FT 0:0 -3 units

Leek - Grantham 1 (1.70) 6/10 FT 4:2 4.2 units

Bedford Town - Thurrock 2 (2.20) 5/10 FT 3:1 -5 units

Bedford Town - (-1) Thurrock 2 (4.51) 1/10 FT 3:1 -1 unit

(-1) Havant & Waterloovile - Hayes 1 (1.95) 5/10 FT 6:0 4.75 units


27.2.2007.

Farnborough - Fisher 1X (1.51 @Bwin) 7/10 odgodjeno

Farnborough - Fisher 1 (2.65 @Bwin) 3/10 odgodjeno

Mangotsfield - Bath City 2 (1.80 @Stanleybet) 7/10 odgodjeno

Mangotsfield - (-1) Bath City 2 (3.05 @Stanleybet) 3/10 odgodjeno


26.2.2007.

(-1) Worcester - Lancaster 1 (1.43 @Stanleybet) 7.5/10 FT 4:1 3.2 units


24.2.2007.

East Thurrock - Slough 1 (1.80 @Stanleybet) 7/10 FT 4:1 5.6 units

(-1) East Thurrock - Slough 1 (3.05 @Stanleybet) 3/10 FT 4:1 6.1 units


Lancaster - Worksop 2 (1.50 @Stanleybet) 9/10 odgodjeno

Lancaster - (-1) Worksop 2 (2.28 @Stanleybet) 5/10 odgodjeno


19.2.2007.

Havant & Waterlooville - Bedford 1 (1.90 @Stanleybet) 7.5/10 FT 4:0 6.75 units

(-1) Havant & Waterlooville - Bedford 1 (3.38 @Stanleybet) 2.5/10 FT 4:0 5.95 units



17.2.2007.

Droylsden - Lancaster OVER 2.5 (1.50 @Stanleybet) 9.5/10 FT 6:1 4.75 units

Droylsden - Lancaster 4-6 GOALS (2.72 @Stanleybet) 2/10 FT 6:1 -2 units

Droylsden - Lancaster 7 GOALS (17.6 @Stanleybet) 1/10 FT 6:1 16.6 units

Hinckley United - Scarborough X2 (2.23 @Stanleybet) 2/10 FT 1:1 2.46 units


16.2.2007.

Hyde United - Leigh RMI 1 (1.65 @Stanleybet) 6/10 FT 2:0 3.9 units

(-1) Hyde United - Leigh RMI 1 (2.65 @Stanleybet) 3/10 FT 2:0 4.95 units



13.2.2007.

Merthyr Tydfil - Gloucester HT 2 (3.30 @Stanleybet) 2/10 odgodjeno


12.2.2007.

Team Bath - Clevedon 1 (1.60) 6/10 FT 3:1 3.6 units

(-1) Team Bath - Clevedon 1 (2.47) 3/10 FT 3:1 4.4 units


Hendon - Hampton & Richmond 2 (1.70) 7.5/10 odgodjeno

Hendon - (-1) Hampton & Richmond 2 (2.66) 4/10 odgodjeno


10.2.2007.

Lancaster - Moor Green 2 (1.40) 8.5/10 FT 0:3 3.4 units

Lancaster - (-1) Moor Green 2 (2.00) 7/10 FT 0:3 7 units


Heybridge Swifts - Billericay X2 (1.48) 8/10 odgodjeno

Heybridge Swifts - Billericay 2 (2.50) 5/10 odgodjeno


6.2.2007.

Hemel Hempstead - Banbury United 1X (1.35) @ Stanleybet 8/10 FT 2:0 2.8 units

Hemel Hempstead - Banbury United 1 (2.20) @ Stanleybet 5/10 FT 2:0 6 units

Eastleigh - Lewes 1X (1.41) @ Stanleybet 8/10 FT 0:0 3.28 units

Eastleigh - Lewes 1 (2.35) @ Stanleybet 5/10 FT 0:0 -5 units

(-1) Eastleigh - Lewes 1 (5.03) @ Stanleybet 3/10 FT 0:0 -3 units



5.2.2007.

Havant & Waterlooville - Fisher Athletic 1 (1.70) @Stanleybet 6/10 FT 1:3 -6 units


3.2.2007.

Weymouth - Burton Albion X2 (1.30) @Derby 9.5/10 FT 1:1 2.85 units

Weymouth - Burton Albion 2 (2.25) @Derby 8/10 FT 1:1 -8 units

Weymouth - (-1) Burton Albion 2 (4.07) @Stanleybet 6.5/10 FT 1:1 -6.5 units


Billericay - Walton & Hersham 1 (1.40) @Stanleybet 9/10 FT 3:1 3.6 units

(-1) Billericay - Walton & Hersham 1 (2.00) @Stanleybet 7.5/10 FT 3:1 7.5 units

Walton & Hersham ne daje gol (2.50) @Stanleybet 7/10 FT 3:1 -7 units


27.1.2007.

Weymouth - Northwich X2 (1.64) 8.5/10 FT 1:1 5.4 units

Weymouth - Nortwich 2 (3.00) 7/10 FT 1:1 -7 units

Lancaster - Scarborough 2 (1.57) 9.5/10 FT 1:5 5.4 units

Lancaster - Scarborough (-1) 2 (2.48) 8/10 FT 1:5 11.8 units

Salisbury - Bedford Town 1 (1.40) 8.5/10 FT 3:1 3.4 units


(-1) Salisbury - Bedford Town 1 (2.01) 7/10 FT 3:1 7.1 units


23.1.2007.

Walton & Hersham - Heybridge Swifts 2 @ 1.85 Stanleybet, 8.5/10 FT 1:0 -8.5 units


16.1.2007.

Walton & Hersham - Billericay Town 2 (2.20) @Stanleybet, 8.5/10 prekinuto

Walton & Hersham - (-1) Billericay Town 2 (4.47) @Stanleybet, 5/10 prekinuto


9.1.2007.

Kettering - Worksop 1 (1.55) @Stanleybet, 8/10 FT 2:2 -8 units


6.1.2007.

Havant & Waterlooville - Bedford Town 1 (1.45) 8/10 odgodjeno

Lancaster - Nuneaton 2 (1.50) 9/10 FT 0:4 4.5 units

Folkestone Invicta - Billericay Town X2 (1.35) 9/10 FT 3:3 3.2 units

Weymouth - Burton Albion 2 (2.85) 7/10 odgodjeno


2.1.2007.

Leigh Rmi - Workington 1 (2.30) @Stanleybet, 7/10 FT 2:0 9.1 units


30.12.2006.

Lancaster City - Leigh Rmi 2 (1.65) 9/10 odgodjeno

Horsham - Slough 1 (1.30) 9/10 odgodjeno


26.12.2006. (7.6)

Worthing - Horsham 2 (2.05) 7/10 FT 3:2 -7 units

Carshalton - Bromley X2 (1.30) 9/10 FT 1:1 2.7 units

Hendon - Harrow Borough 1 (2.40) 6/10 FT 1:1 -6 units

Chelmsford City - Heybridge Swifts 1 (2.00) 6/10 FT 1:1 -6 units


Barrow - Lancaster City 1 (1.60) 9/10 FT 3:0 5.4 units

Farsley Celtic - Harrogate X2 (1.62) 7/10 FT 1:0 -7 units

Workington - Leigh RMI 1 (1.65) 7/10 FT 1:1 -7 units



23.12.2006.

Ashford - Margate 2 (1.70) 7/10 FT 1:1 -7 units

Carshalton - Harrow 1 (2.15) 6/10 FT 3:1 6.9 units

Chelmsford - Slough 1 (1.33) 9.5/10 FT 5:0 3.1 units

East Thurrock - Walton & Hersham 1 (2.00) 6/10 FT 1:0 6 units

Hendon - Worthing 1 (2.25) 6/10 FT 2:1 7.5 units


Corby - Gloucester X2 (1.36) 8/10 FT 2:3 2.9 units

Hemel - Bath City 2 (2.00) 7/10 FT 1:0 -7 units


18.12.2006.

Slough - East Thurrock 2 @ 2.25 Stanleybet, 8/10 FT odgodjeno


16.12.2006.

Slough - Hampton & Richmond 2 @ 2.00 Stanleybet, 9.5/10 FT 0:3 9.5 units

Hednesford - Lincoln United 1 @ 1.55 Stanleybet, 8/10 FT 2:1 4.4 units



12.12.2006.

Frickley - Gateshead 1 @ 1.90 Stanleybet, 7/10 FT 1:1 -7 units

Billericay - Tonbridge 1 @ 1.90 Stanleybet, 8/10 FT 3:0 7.2 units

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