Weekend football betting review: Manchester is red
We review the betting data from this weekend's football, including the biggest underdogs, longest-winning in-play bet and longest-priced goalscorer.
Manchester United may have upset Manchester City at an average price of 4.59 (7/2) on Sunday afternoon, but it wasn't the biggest upset of the weekend.
That honour goes to Newcastle, who beat Southampton at 4.97 (4/1).
In the same game, Allan Saint-Maximin was backed to score first in a Newcastle victory at 22/1.
The longest winning in-play bet of the weekend came during the Chelsea v Everton game at Stamford Bridge. A multi-game #BetYourWay for both that match and the Manchester derby to finish 2-0, 3-0 or 4-0 came in at 80/1.
How our tips got on
Only one of our four valid Saturday win/draw/win tips (Strasbourg v PSG was called off) came in, but it was a good one, with Coventry beating Ipswich at 9/5.
Birmingham v Reading was a BTTS winner at 4/5, while Ryan Hardie scored for Plymouth against Macclesfield at 13/10.
Lille to beat Lyon at 6/5 was our only win/draw/win success on Sunday, on what was a relatively disappointing day.
Our best winners were the Mythbusters, where Ross County (+2) v Rangers and Manchester City not to beat Manchester United came in at 21/20 and 13/10 respectively.
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