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Our writers have selected their bets - one football and one basketball - to help you get started.

Football - Will Rook


Newcastle’s youngsters were beaten by Port Vale in their last EFL Trophy match and have since lost three consecutive league games, conceding six goals on two separate occasions.

Against an Oldham side that has won three out of four at Boundary Park, they are set for another loss.

Gillingham have picked up under Steve Lovell, winning three and drawing one of their last five, and should beat Reading’s second team.

Northampton have won two out of three in all competitions and are great value against Southampton, who have lost two on the spin without scoring.

Finally, Wigan have won eight games in a 10-match unbeaten run at the DW Stadium, so should be trusted to overcome lower-league opposition in Accrington.

Back the four-fold at 14/1*.

Basketball - Jack Green


The Warriors  have won their last three points – all on the road – by an average margin of 22 points.

Another easy win is likely against the Heat, who have lost five of nine this season and are playing their third away game in four days.

Boston  lost their first two games of the season but have bounced back with eight successive wins, including a 16-point thrashing of the Orlando Magic on the road last time out.

They will surely beat a Hawks side that have made a shocking start to the season, losing eight of their 10 games so far.

The Suns  are coming off a gruelling five-game road trip in which they lost to the Trail Blazers, Knicks and Spurs.

They did beat the Nets in Brooklyn, however, and will benefit from being back in Phoenix on Monday night.

The Nets have lost four consecutive games and have been beaten in all four of their away games so far.

Back the treble at 4/1*.