We review the betting data from this weekend's football, including the biggest underdogs, longest-winning in-play bet and longest-priced goalscorer.
On a weekend featuring just three Premier League matches, there were no real surprises.
The biggest upset of the weekend was the draw between Brighton and Watford on Saturday evening. You could back the two teams not to be separated at 3.32 (23/10).
In the same game, Abdoulaye Doucoure landed as the longest-priced first goalscorer of the weekend. One customer backed him to open the scoring at 14/1, while five 4 To Score players were still alive going into Sunday after picking both the Frenchman and Nottingham Forest’s Sammy Ameobi to score first in their matches.
The biggest-priced winners were Sheffield United, but only at a price of 1.73 (7/10).
The longest winning in-play bet came from the Everton v Brighton match. One punter backed the Toffees to win the game 3-1 after it had kicked off.
How our tips got on
It was a disappointing weekend for the tips, with just Wycombe to beat Bristol Rovers (10/11) winning of Saturday‘s win/draw/win selections.
Fiorentina v Atalanta (3/4) landed as a BTTS pick, but there was little else to shout about.
On Sunday, we correctly picked Sheffield United to beat Bournemouth, but there was a goal too many for the bet to land.
Montpellier did beat Siant-Etienne at 23/20, while Espanyol’s Raul de Tomas continued his excellent run of scoring to land a 23/20 winner.
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