In-form Cot­tagers can en­joy a sea­side spe­cial

The Scotsman - - Sfl In Focus -

FUL­HAM earn this week­end’s vote as banker bet at a de­cent price. Mark Hughes’ side travel to Black­pool in great heart hav­ing come back twice to earn a de­served point against Manch­ester United last week­end then fol­low­ing up that by trounc­ing Port Vale 6-0 in the Car­ling Cup dur­ing the week.

Hughes has in­her­ited es­sen­tially the same team from last sea­son that reached the Uefa Cup fi­nal un­der Roy Hodg­son and they can show that they are a class apart from the Seasiders, who need to bounce back from the heavy de­feat they suf­fered at the Emi­rates against Arse­nal last week­end.

Black­pool also en­dured ex­tra­time and a cup exit midweek, so the Cot­tagers at 7-5 with Bet 365 look ter­rific value.

For this week­end’s Yan­kee, use Ful­ham as the cor­ner­stone, along with In­ver­ness at 6-5 to beat strug­gling Hamil­ton – who fol­lowed up their open­ing two Premier League losses with a Co-op­er­a­tive In­surance Cup exit at Raith Rovers in midweek – Aberdeen to beat Kil­marnock at 5-6 and Manch­ester City at evens to beat Sun­der­land, all with Bet 365.

A long-shot worth a small in­ter­est is Bris­tol City, who are gen­er­ally avail­able at 10-3 to beat Roy Keane’s Ip­swich Town.

For ad­vice, bet­ting info and in­vest­ment op­por­tu­ni­ties, con­tact anorakscot@ya­

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