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This season, our writers will take it in turns to take advantage of Betway's Free Bet Club offer. We will keep track of our balance as we go.
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Throughout this season, the Betway Insider writers will take it in turns to place their own £25 multiple and two £5 free bets to try and earn as much profit as possible. We will keep track of our balance as we go. Last season we produced a profit of £484.80 in profit.
This week, Will Rook is in the hotseat with his football tips.
£25 QUALIFICATION BET (TO PLACE BEFORE 23:59 BST ON FRIDAY)
We’re starting off in the Premier League on Saturday and I reckon Crystal Palace are a nice price to get one over bottom-of-the-league Fulham.
Scott Parker’s side have picked up one point in five league games, while Palace have beaten Manchester United and Southampton this season.
Next up, we’re going all the way down to League Two. Cheltenham are in great form, having won five of their last six matches, and should take three points against a Mansfield side yet to win this season.
Finally, I expect Southend to lose again. The Shrimpers are bottom of the EFL and have taken two points from their opening seven matches. They lost 3-0 at Salford on Tuesday, and this is unlikely to be an improvement.
FIRST £5 FREE BET (AVAILABLE AT 12:00 BST ON SATURDAY)
I’m sticking with the Saturday games for my first free bet and backing play-off chasers Millwall in the Championship. They host a managerless Barnsley side that are without a league win so far this term.
I also fancy Sunderland to get three points at home to Portsmouth in League One. Phil Parkinson’s side have only dropped four points in six unbeaten matches to start the season and, at odds-against, are worth siding with against inconsistent opposition.
I’m rounding off with the League Two leaders, Cambridge. The U’s won their fourth straight match in all competitions on Tuesday as they beat Port Vale 3-1 at home, while they have already doled out two 5-0 thumpings in the league. Against an unsettled Bolton side that are struggling to acclimatise to the fourth tier, they look a great bet.
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