Mystery Trader Tips – August 26th
Our Mystery Trader gives you three of his best tips for the weekend’s football action
Our Mystery Trader did very well last week after nailing the NAP and seeing the IWAC fly home at a handsome 5/1. He’s back again this week with his best bets for this weekend’s action.
Hull to bag at the KC
Hull have been the surprise package so far this season, beating champions Leicester before stunning Swansea 2-0 away last week. Despite their widely publicised problems with regards to the number of fit first team players and their current owners, they head into this game with a 100% record having scored seven goals in three games. Manchester United have been impressive going forward, with Zlatan Ibrahimovic boasting an impressive scoring record so far, but they remain fragile at the back and conceded softly away to Bournemouth. Back the Tigers to bag again at the KC Stadium.
Aguero to open the scoring at the Etihad
Sunday sees potential title challengers Manchester City welcome West Ham to the Etihad and I think Sergio Aguero will continue his scoring run this weekend. The Argentina striker has scored six goals in three games so far this season and was on fire when scoring a hat-trick in the Champions League qualifying first leg at Bucarest, despite missing two penalties. He’s scored three goals in his last three games against the Hammers, so get on him to open up the scoring in east Manchester.
Goals Galore at White Hart Lane
One thing is guaranteed when Liverpool are in town – goals. There’s been 14 goals in the Reds’ last three games in all competitions and they travel to the capital looking to banish memories of last weekend’s embarrassing defeat to Burnley. If there’s an early goal in this, the floodgates could open. Liverpool and Spurs both possess some immense attacking talent, but Liverpool’s infamous inability to defend could see a goal feast at the Lane. Get on over 4.5 goals for a thoroughly entertaining early kick off!
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*odds correct at time of publishing.