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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.
This week, Will Rook is in the hotseat.
£25 QUALIFICATION BET (TO USE BEFORE 23:59 BST ON FRIDAY)
Liverpool, Coventry and Lincoln to win: £25 at 6/1*
Liverpool looked their usual selves in their 4-1 win over Norwich last Friday – their 10th successive victory in the Premier League.
They are unbeaten in their last eight meetings with Southampton and shouldn’t have any problems at St Mary’s.
Coventry have won both of their matches at temporary home St Andrew’s and were unlucky not to beat Bolton away last weekend, having registered an xG of 2.4 (experimental361) with three goals disallowed.
They should take three points against a Bristol Rovers side yet to score a league goal.
Finally, I’m big on Lincoln, who are a great price to beat pointless Southend.
The Imps knocked Championship Huddersfield out of the EFL Cup in midweek and have won two out of two in League One.
FIRST £5 BET (AVAILABLE AT 12:00 BST ON SATURDAY)
West Brom, Ipswich and Plymouth to win: £5 at 23/1*
There’s less risk involved with this free bet, so I’m going to take a chance and go with three away teams.
West Brom have taken four points from their opening two matches and I fancy them against a Luton side yet to settle in the Championship.
Ipswich battered Sunderland last weekend, registering an xG of 3.0 (experimental361), and were unlucky to only draw 1-1.
That result followed a 1-0 win over Burton and Paul Lambert’s side should be confident against Peterborough, who have lost three from three in all competitions.
Plymouth have won two out of two in League Two and beat Leyton Orient in midweek to qualify for the next round of the EFL Cup.
They look a generous price to extend their winning streak at Newport, who have drawn three on the spin.
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