Chelsea and FA Cup bankers means it’s time to back bonus 10fold
Given that ninefolds and above are being given a 30 per cent price boost with Ladbrokes, FA Cup first round weekend offers the chance to take advantage of numerous ‘bankers’.
The 10fold below pays out at 55/1, meaning that an extra £16.50 can be expected in the payout from every £ stake if it is successful, through the bonus scheme.
Chelsea are a perfect five-from-five at home in the top-flight this season and have never dropped a Premier League point at Stamford Bridge against the Baggies in seven showdowns.
Burnley have won their last four at Turf Moor in the Championship to help them sit top of the division, with Bournemouth winless in four on the road and coming into this game on the back of successive defeats.
Birmingham have taken a solitary point from their last six league away days and were beaten on their trip to Huddersfield last season. The hosts are unbeaten on their own patch against opposition below them in the league standings too.
Southern League Division One Central outfit Daventry are set to experience the biggest match in their history and the manager has even spoken about the need to enjoy the day. Chesterfield are currently third in League Two.
What’s not to like about this price? Orient have the best home record in League One and face opposition from two rungs down the football pyramid that have lost seven of their nine Conference away games, beating only bottom club Hyde.
Like Orient, MK Dons feature prominently among League One’s best home clubs, losing just once on their own patch this season. Halifax are in mid-table in the Conference Premier, but are awful travellers, taking just two points from their eight road trips.
Gillingham are nearer top than bottom in League One, but they have won three of their last four at home. This is Brackley’s first ever match against a Football League team.
This in an interesting price given that hosts Stevenage are in a higher division and they have won their last three at home. Portsmouth have won just once away from home in League Two this season.
This price is not one that appeals as a stand-alone, but is accumulator worthy. Scottish League One leaders Rangers are yet to drop a point through 11 games this season, averaging five goals from their five home fixtures. Airdrie are bottom and have already lost 6-0 to Rangers in August.
Dunfermline gave Rangers their biggest test of the season last time, when keeping the scores goalless at Ibrox until conceding a 71st-minute penalty. Stenhousemuir have lost their last two on the road too.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.
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