West Ham will be desperate to avoid the same fate as Leeds United in Monday night’s FA Cup match at Stockport County.
Marco Bielsa’s much-changed side were dumped out of the competition by Crawley Town who fully deserved their 3-0 in front of the cameras on BBC One in the biggest upset of the 3rd Round. Spurs, Chelsea and Man City comfortably navigated their ties against lower league opposition.
In Scotland Rangers beat 10-man Aberdeen while Livi continued their magnificent form under David Martindale with a 3-1 win over Ross County.
Monday’s Football Tips
Celtic’s disasterous season has somehow managed to get even worse since they last kicked a ball. The decision to take a much-criticised trip to Dubai has been confounded by the news that a squad member has returned a positive test which has thrown their build-up to Monday’s clash with Hibs in to disarray.
Hibs have already been nibbled at by punters and are now around the 15/2 (Bet365) mark for a win at Celtic Park. On the Double Chance market they’re 9/4 and 11/2 Draw No Bet. Keep an eye on developments throughout Monday on that one.
The aformentioned Hammers are 1/4 to get the job done in 90 minutes at Stockport – a bit short until we see the team news, but if David Moyes gives the match due respect then West Ham should get the job done.
KevMac, who tipped two or more Carlos Vinicius goals for Spurs on Sunday, and SlipsTips have previewed each of Monday’s big matches;
In the Conference North in England, Boston United could be worth a look away to Bradford Park Avenue if the match can beat the weather. A series of postponements has left the Pilgrims five matches behind league leaders Gloucester – the only team with a better points per game ratio.
Double them up with Toulouse in Ligue 2. They’re the form team in the division and away to Caen, who have won just one in their last seven.
- Boston United
- Pays 2.95/1 at Bet365
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Monday’s Racing Tips
Thommo kept up his good form with another winner at Southwell on Sunday tipped at 11-2, he’s got another duo on his radar at Wolverhampton on Monday.
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