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College Football Week 11 Picks 2018 (November 10th)

The College Football regular season has moved into the middle of November and that means we are down to the final three weeks of the season....

Monday, 12 November 2018

NBA Picks November 2018 (November 12-18)

The NBA season continues and this remains a time of the season when the League flies under the radar with the bigger headlines saved for the NFL and College Football regular seasons which are much closer to a conclusion.

One trade that has garnered some big headlines for the NBA was the Philadelphia 76ers move for Jimmy Butler to place alongside Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid. It is a bold move from the 76ers to sign Butler while trading away some good pieces of the roster to the Minnesota Timberwolves, but they felt it was a necessary one to add another strong component to the roster and create their own version of a 'Big Three'.

Jimmy Butler comes back to the Eastern Conference and joins a leading contender to make the NBA Finals, although I am not sure the 76ers have the depth to beat the Boston Celtics in a best of seven series. The Celtics handled Philadelphia pretty easily in the Play Offs without Kyrie Irving and Gordon Hayward and they remain my favourites in the Eastern Conference with my expectation being we will see some of the best basketball much later in the regular season.

The 76ers could be improved as far as the starting unit goes, but I do think they have lost some depth and that can be critical in the Play Offs as Boston showed last season. The next three months is going to be important for Philadelphia to find some consistency and chemistry with Butler alongside Simmons and Embiid, while Butler has something to prove too with a stain on his character with how he forced his move out of Minnesota.

The Timberwolves were not likely to be a Western Conference contender, but I think they could have brought in some key players who can help them reach back to back Play Offs. That would constitute a success for the team, but Tom Thibodeau's seat must be feeling much warmer at Minnesota and I can see a Coaching move made next summer barring Minnesota somehow making the Western Conference Semi Finals.

Monday 12th November
Utah Jazz @ Memphis Grizzlies Pick: These teams are already meeting for the third time in the 2018/19 season and the Memphis Grizzlies have put up two road wins in visits to the Utah Jazz. They get to host the third game of the series between these teams and the Grizzlies have won every game played at home this season which will give them confidence to produce another upset against one of the better teams in the Western Conference.

It has been a much more positive start for the Grizzlies this season compared with last when they were decimated by injuries, and the return of Mike Conley along with Marc Gasol has given the team a veteran boost. Conley in particular has looked much more like his old self and Memphis will believe they can go as far as the Point Guard can take them.

The Grizzlies have won back to back games and both of those have come at home where they have shown they are a superior shooting team. Their three point shooting has been more effective in home surroundings and much of the successes Memphis have had this season is down to being very careful with the ball.

They will need to do the same against the Utah Jazz who have been a little better on the road than at home which is a big surprise. The Jazz have the size to really give Memphis some difficulties on the glass and that has happened in the first two games with the Grizzlies being out-rebounded, but Utah will want to be a little more efficient shooting the ball.

Utah have snapped a four game losing run by winning back to back home games before heading back out on the road. That will inspire the players and having double revenge on their minds could also be a motivating factor.

However it does feel that Memphis match up well with the Jazz with their Defensive performances being very important. The Grizzlies are also 6-1 against the spread in the last seven of this series while they have also covered in their last eight home games as well as going 8-3 against the spread in the last eleven when hosting a team with a winning record on the road.

The Jazz are a very good team, but this feels like a Defensive game and I will take the points with the home underdog.

Golden State Warriors @ Los Angeles Clippers Pick: Injuries are hurting the Golden State Warriors but this is a team that can cope without a couple of their star players as they proved in a comfortable win over the Brooklyn Nets last time out. The standard of opposition is someway higher in this game when they head to the Staples Center to take on the Los Angeles Clippers, and the home team will also be highly motivated to give their fans something to cheer in a time where California wildfires are causing huge amounts of damage nearby.

It can be difficult for teams to concentrate when outside factors like these fires are having such a profound effect on the community at large. As much as we want to say sports can distract the minds for a couple of hours, the Clippers are likely to have friends and possibly homes in the Malibu area which have seen the community devastated by events outside of their control.

The Clippers showed toughness and real grit to overcome the Milwaukee Bucks in Overtime on Saturday and they have moved two games clear of 0.500. They will be looking to keep the momentum behind them as they take on the favourites in the Western Conference and no one associated with the Clippers will really believe the Warriors are so weakened even with Draymond Green and Steph Curry expected to sit out.

At the end of the day the Warriors still have Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson in their starting line up and Golden State will be greatly encouraged by the performance of Quinn Clark in the win over the Brooklyn Nets. Clark is going to get more minutes in the absence of Curry and his team-mates are convinced he can fill in for an All-Star which shows how highly he is rated.

The Warriors are not too concerned by how things are going Offensively even without Curry, but the Defensive side of the court has not really see them play up to the standards they have set. Steve Kerr will be looking for an improvement on that side of the court although there won't be no immediate concern with the performances the Warriors have put together.

They will be tested by the Clippers who have got Sixth Man of the Year Lou Williams playing wonderfully at the start of the 2018/19 season. They have an Offensive surge that can cause any team problems but Golden State have covered in their last four visits to the Clippers and the road team have covered in six straight games in this series.

The spread underlines the absence of a couple of key players for the Warriors, but I will back the NBA Champions to win and cover here.

MY PICKS: 12/11 Memphis Grizzlies + 3.5 Points @ 1.95 Bet Fred (1 Unit)
12/11 Golden State Warriors - 3.5 Points @ 1.91 Bet Fred (1 Unit)

November 12-18 Update

November 5-11 Final: 4-3, + 0.68 Units (7 Units Staked, + 9.71% Yield)
October Final: 3-1-1, + 1.73 Units (5 Units Staked, + 34.60% Yield)

ATP World Tour Finals Day 2 Picks 2018 (November 12th)

The ATP World Tour Finals continues with the second Group beginning their round robin matches on Tuesday.

I knew it was going to be a tough time to get my thoughts down for Monday's matches so you can see my selections below.

As I mentioned in the Sunday thread, I will update the 2018 season totals in Tuesday's post as the last week of the Singles season is played in London this week.

MY PICKS: Alexander Zverev @ 1.91 Bet365 (2 Units)
Novak Djokovic - 3.5 Games @ 1.91 Bet Fred (2 Units)

ATP World Tour Finals: 0-2, - 4 Units (4 Units Staked, - 100% Yield)

Sunday, 11 November 2018

ATP World Tour Finals Day 1 Tennis Picks (November 11th)

The absence of Rafael Nadal and Juan Martin Del Potro does have a negative impact on the ATP World Tour Finals, but the eight players who are competing in London won't be worrying too much about events out of their control.

Both Nadal and Del Potro are expected to be back for the start of the 2019 season in around seven weeks time, although I won't be surprised if both don't return until the Australian Open which is set to begin in two months time.

For now the concentration of the players is to try and put an exclamation mark on the 2018 season and try and take some momentum into the 2019 season.

It didn't really work for Jack Sock and Grigor Dimtirov twelve months ago, but the overall quality of the field looks much better this time around and I expect a more notable winner.

Personally I can't look past Novak Djokovic even though he was beaten in the Final of the Paris Masters last Sunday, but Roger Federer will be hoping to have something to say about that.

Debuts for Kevin Anderson and John Isner will be enjoyed by those players and their teams as a reward for career best years, while Marin Cilic will be looking to round into some form before the Davis Cup Final is played in a couple of weeks time as Croatia take on France.

Day 1 at the ATP World Tour Finals will see Roger Federer headlining and the Picks from the two matches can be read below.

I will update the season numbers in the Tuesday thread.

Dominic Thiem v Kevin Anderson: The first match at the O2 Arena in the World Tour Finals has seen the layers set Kevin Anderson and Dominic Thiem as a pick 'em contest.

You can perhaps see why that is the case with Kevin Anderson comfortable indoors and having the booming serve which can be very difficult to break. He has won the title in Vienna and Anderson has been a player who has produced some of his best tennis in the bigger tournaments throughout the year which makes the big South African a very dangerous customer in the conditions that we are likely to see at the O2 Arena.

His opponent has much more experience of playing at the ATP World Tour Finals and Dominic Thiem had shown some decent form in the last few weeks of the season. It does feel like Thiem is in better fitness shape than he usually is when it comes to the final weeks of the season and he has picked up his play on the hard courts which suggests he could be a threat to progress.

In all honesty both players have to feel anything less than a win will not be good enough for them if they want to make the Semi Final. That makes the match a little more intense than it may otherwise have been and increases the pressure on both players to perform.

It would have been much tougher for Thiem if he had not managed to snap his losing run to Anderson and beat him twice this season. That gives him the mental edge in a match where Thiem is going to have to be concentrated throughout and I do think he can win this match.

Much will depend on how well Thiem can serve- he is playing an opponent who has struggled with his return and the Austrian has a decent hold percentage which should mean he is able to hold onto serve and keep the pressure on Anderson. In any potential tie-breaker you would say Thiem's superior returning should come to the fore and backing him as the underdog is appealing enough in this opening match.

Roger Federer - 3.5 games v Kei Nishikori: The second Singles match on the day sees Roger Federer and Kei Nishikori meet yet again having faced each other twice in the last month.

Both times Roger Federer has managed to get the better of Kei Nishikori and I would expect the Swiss star to do that again in this opening Group match.

I've backed Federer both times in those recent wins, although it should be noted that he is being asked to cover a number of one game higher than has been the case in the last couple of matches these two have played against each other. Much of that may be down to the fact that Federer has looked the stronger player and he was a dominant winner when they met in the Paris Masters at the end of October.

The Federer serve is a big weapon for him and it is a key difference between these two with the Nishikori serve much more vulnerable. Nothing has really changed to think that won't be the case when the play in London, although their previous match at the ATP World Tour Finals was a much tighter three set battle.

The conditions at the O2 Arena have seemingly produce a lot more three setters than not, but Federer should be content with this match up and it will be tough for Nishikori to turn the trend against him. The top players all know they will have chances against Nishikori because of the obvious weakness he has with his serve.

Nishikori could have better success against the other two players in the Group, but this looks a tough match for him and I will back Federer to come through with a fairly routine win.

MY PICKS: Dominic Thiem @ 2.00 Bet Fred (2 Units)
Roger Federer - 3.5 Games @ 1.80 Bet Fred (2 Units)

Saturday, 10 November 2018

Boxing Picks 2018- Oleksandr Usyk vs Tony Bellew (November 10th)

There are some huge fights still to come before the end of the 2018 calendar year, but the biggest event that is going to take place in the United Kingdom comes from the Manchester Arena when Tony Bellew looks to cement his legacy as an all-time British great.

He will do that if he can beat Oleksandr Usyk, the undefeated, undisputed Cruiserweight World Champion with big ambitions of his own.

The World Boxing Super Series concludes the Quarter Final fights from the Season Two tournament on Saturday too, but all eyes of the Boxing world will be on Manchester where we also have a potential eliminator for a shot at Vasyl Lomachenko. Anthony Crolla would love to bring Lomachenko to Manchester in the New Year, but it all depends on whether he can win on Saturday.

David Allen, Josh Kelly and Ricky Burns are also on the undercard at the Manchester Arena ahead of a fight I am very much looking forward to.

David Allen vs Ariel Esteban Bracamonte
David Allen may not be the best technical Boxer out there but he has built himself a big following and is happy to get back in the ring whenever he can.

We may only be around seven weeks out from the end of the 2018 calendar year, but Allen is expected to be going out at least twice with one of those fights taking place on Saturday.

It has been a fun time to back David Allen having been behind him when he beat Nick Webb at the O2 Arena back in July and then stopping Samir Nebo in the First Round last month.

I think it will be another early night for The White Rhino on Saturday as this looks another tick-along fight before a bigger test for Allen in December. His opponent comes from Argentina and will be fighting outside his own country for the firs time in this his tenth professional fight.

Three of the last four Ariel Esteban Bracamonte fights have ended in the First Round including his one defeat. You can't always tell how these fighters will travel and I think David Allen will look to put Bracamonte under pressure from the off and can get another early stoppage to put on his resume.

Backing Allen to get this done in the first couple of Rounds was a productive selection last month and I think it could be the case again on the undercard at the Manchester Arena. At that point I expect Allen to be put in with a live fighter next month as he looks to reposition himself for a shot at the British or Commonwealth Title.

Ricky Burns vs Scott Cardle
This fight has been taken on short notice by Ricky Burns but it is a real crossroads fight for both the Scottish hero and Scott Cardle whose last meaningful fight saw him stopped in Second Round by Lewis Ritson.

It has the makings of a decent fight but I think Burns is still a level above Cardle and I do like his chances to win this one.

He wants to get back into a position to either have a rematch with Anthony Crolla, or perhaps be in an eliminator of his own, and Burns showed he still has something in the tank when losing to Crolla in a good fight.

The question for me is how much does Cardle have in the tank? He came out firing against Lewis Ritson in what were questionable tactics and I am a bit uncomfortable with how long he can last in this one if things start going wrong for him.

At least Cardle won't be overwhelmed by the power of Burns as much as he was against Ritson, but an accumulation of punches could have the referee or the corner thinking about pulling him out of this one.

Burns has fought at a much higher level than Cardle and I think he is going to be too good for him here. The latter could be competitive at times, but I expect Burns is going to pull away in the second half of the fight and he can win a comfortable Decision as long as Cardle is not asked to pull out of this one early.

Anthony Crolla vs Daud Yordan
This looks to be an eliminator for a shot at Vasyl Lomachenko so there is plenty of the line for both Anthony Crolla and Daud Yordan.

The smart money looks to be going down on the home fighter winning this one on a Decision, but Crolla has been making it clear that Yordan deserves plenty of respect.

And so he should be some solid road wins already under his belt, although I do question Yordan's punch resistance.

That's not to say Anthony Crolla is the biggest puncher in the world, but his intense pressure can break opponents and four of his thirteen career stoppages have come in his last eleven fights.

Like I say, the most likely outcome is Crolla gets this done on a Decision, but I am going to have a small interest on the Manchester man pressurising Yordan into a stoppage in the second half of this fight.

Oleksandr Usyk vs Tony Bellew
All the marbles are on the line in this Cruiserweight World Title fight and more and more are willing to openly state they are backing Tony Bellew to cause the upset against Oleksandr Usyk.

I am not one of those.

As strong as the wins over David Haye are for Bellew fans to hold onto, Haye is someway off where Usyk is these days and I think Bellew is going to have to produce a career best effort to win this fight.

The Bellew run at Cruiserweight and Heavyweight is impressive, but he has had close Decisions over Nathan Cleverly and Mateusz Mastarnak and this is clearly a much tougher fight than those two. Wins over Haye (twice), BJ Flores and Ilunga Makubu are good ones for Bellew but not half as good as his Sky backers would want you to believe.

Now he faces the undisputed best at this weight and a fighter who is coming in off two huge wins already in 2018. Oleksandr Usky was challenged by Mairis Breidis, but I think he showed he has a decent set of whiskers on him before completely shutting down Murat Gassiev.

I think both of those fighters would give Bellew all he could handle and I may even think Breidis could beat him. There is clearly some power in the Bellew punches, but I think that may be a touch overrated too and I am looking for Usyk to show why he is considered one of the pound for pound kings in the sport.

Usyk is not a concussive puncher and four of his last six have gone to the cards- I don't think Bellew will allow anyone to stop this fight barring the referee, but I also think Usyk will look to control the tempo and it will be difficult for him to stop the Liverpudlian who will put it all on the line in this one.

I don't know if Bellew has much more than a puncher's chance in this one, but I don't think Usyk is someone who will be caught too many times. He is smart enough to cancel out the Bellew tactics and I think Usyk will come through with a win on the cards even in a country where there have been some strange calls in recent times.

There are some out there who think Usyk forces the stoppage, but I think there are some big things in the pipeline for him and he won't push for it as Bellew tries to close the gap in the second half of the fight. I expect maybe one big push in the final couple of Rounds if Usyk has beaten the fight out of Bellew and the British fighter looks to at least get to the cards, but ultimately I think this will come down to a Usyk points win as he did in the last two World Boxing Super Series fights.

Usyk looks to be too smart to be dragged into a war and I think his adjustments will see him pull away in the second half of the fight.

MY PICKS: David Allen to Win Between 1-2 @ 2.75 Ladbrokes (2 Units)
Ricky Burns to Win by Decision/Technical Decision @ 2.25 Sky Bet (2 Units)
Anthony Crolla to Win Between 7-12 @ 5.50 Sky Bet (1 Unit)
Oleksandr Usky to Win by Decision/Technical Decision @ 2.75 Ladbrokes (2 Units)
Mairis Breidis to Win by Decision/Technical Decision @ 3.00 Sky Bet (2 Units)
Krzysztof Glowacki @ 2.10 Bet Fred (2 Units)

College Football Week 11 Picks 2018 (November 10th)

The College Football regular season has moved into the middle of November and that means we are down to the final three weeks of the season.

Some teams have already secured their Championship Game spots, while others continue to play with the pressure of knowing one more loss would put them out of contention for a College Football Play Off berth.

Last week saw the LSU Tigers beaten by the Alabama Crimson Tide which has effectively put them out of the running barring something crazy happening over the next three weeks. Both the Alabama Crimson Tide and Clemson Tigers look good for the Play Offs and the Notre Dame Fighting Irish are going to be hard to ignore if they remain unbeaten.

It could mean we will come down to the Big 12 Champion and the Big Ten Champion fighting it out for the last spot that will be available, but something like Georgia beating Alabama and winning the SEC Championship would make them hard to ignore as a one loss team.

That could actually make them a stronger one loss team than either the Big 12 or Big Ten Champion and mean the SEC is given two places in the Play Offs along with an unbeaten Clemson and Notre Dame team.

I'm looking too far ahead to be honest and none of the Head Coaches of the leading teams will be worrying about anything but winning out. That is the only way they will feel they have a best chance of making the Play Offs and so the attention has to be given to the Week 11 games that are on deck.

Week 10 proved to be another winning week for the College Football Picks and my Week 11 selections can be seen below.

South Carolina Gamecocks @ Florida Gators Pick: The Georgia Bulldogs have already secured the SEC East Division but that doesn't mean the South Carolina Gamecocks and Florida Gators can go home and not worry about being competitive. It doesn't matter the Division is gone as the two Head Coaches of the Gamecocks and Gators look to turn around their programmes and produce a winning culture.

The Florida Gators had been well in the mix for the SEC East title until they dropped back to back games against the Georgia Bulldogs and Missouri Tigers. At least they are already Bowl eligible and with four games left to play Florida can still get things turned around and finish with a 10 win season after winning just 4 games in 2017.

South Carolina have three games left and still need to win one more game to make sure they eligible to go Bowling this season too. They have to win out if they want to match the nine wins they earned in 2017 before the likely Bowl Game, although that will also mean South Carolina potentially playing spoiler for rivals Clemson Tigers who they face on the road in two weeks time.

There have been signs that Florida's Defensive Line has just been worn down over the course of the season, although this unit have underachieved for much of the 2018 campaign anyway. Injuries to the South Carolina Running Back corps is a slight concern, although no one is set to miss this game and the Gamecocks have been much stronger at running the ball in 2018 compared with 2017 which is important for them this week.

It will keep things simpler for Jake Bentley at Quarter Back who had a fine game in leading the Gamecocks to a win over Florida last season. Bentley is not going to have an easy game against this Secondary, but he should enjoy some success as long as the Gamecocks can establish the run as I think they can and that will put South Carolina in a position to win this game outright.

I like the Gamecocks with the start on the spread in this one and that is mainly down to the inconsistent performances we have seen from the Florida Offensive unit all season. It has become such an issue that Head Coach Dan Mullen is not going to name his starting Quarter Back until much closer to kick off, while the Offensive Line has been a little up and down with their own play as they look to help the team establish the run.

The Gatos are better at home so I would expect them to give the Gamecocks something to think about, but South Carolina's Defensive Line has been capable of making some big plays up front. If they can do that here and then disrupt whoever starts the game behind Center, I do think South Carolina can give Will Muschamp the chance to win a game in this Stadium for the first time since being fired as Florida Head Coach.

Keeping Florida in third and long will be a win for South Carolina more often than not and I do like the Gamecocks. The Gamecocks are 6-1-1 against the spread in their last eight on the road, while Florida are just 3-9-1 against the spread in their last thirteen following a loss.

Add in the road team going 3-1-1 against the spread in the last five in this series and I think the Gamecocks are the team I want to get behind here.

Mississippi State Bulldogs @ Alabama Crimson Tide Pick: The Alabama Crimson Tide have shown time and again in the 2018 season that they are going to be very hard to beat as the defending Champions. The dominant 29-0 win on the road against the LSU Tigers, a team considered to be amongst the elite in the nation, has underlined that point and the Crimson Tide have secured a spot in the SEC Championship Game.

Nick Saban won't be interested in that and any complacency will be met firmly by the Head Coach who has led the Crimson Tide to multiple National Championships.

Next up for the Crimson Tide is the Mississippi State Bulldogs who have become Bowl eligible thanks to back to back wins although they have still have to be considered an inconsistent team. The Bulldogs have put a couple of solid wins together, but it is hard to ignore the fact they scored just 16 combined points in their three losses to the Kentucky Wildcats, Florida Gators and LSU Tigers and now have a considerable step up in play.

The Bulldogs have to hope their hosts are perhaps in a letdown spot having dominated the LSU Tigers on the road in what many considered to be the biggest test of the season for the Crimson Tide. However that is just the latest in a run of really strong wins for the Crimson Tide and I don't think there will be a problem for them to get up for this game.

Tua Tagovailoa is dealing with a knee issue which has been a concern for some time for Alabama, but he is not expected to sit out and has shown his standards are not slipping. Last week he threw his first Interception of the season, but that didn't stop the Quarter Back from throwing a couple more Touchdown passes and he is all set to break the single season record set by AJ McCarron in 2012.

With three home games to go I think Tagovailoa will throw the four Touchdown passes he needs to snap the record by the end of the game next week against the overmatched The Citadel. However I expect him to be at least half way to breaking the record this week by throwing at least two more Touchdown passes while Alabama should be able to establish the run as their Offensive Line continues to bully opponents.

That is no disrespect to the Bulldogs Defensive unit who have played really well all season, but Kentucky were able to score 28 points against them and a limited LSU Offense managed to score 19. This is the best Offensive team the Bulldogs will have faced and the Defensive unit will need some help from the Offensive team to at least give the Defensive team some rest.

Nick Fitzgerald remains in charge of the Offense but the Quarter Back has been very inconsistent and especially so when facing the better teams in the College Football ranks. He is a dual-threat Quarter Back and may need all the running his legs can give him to try and keep the Alabama Defense off-balance, but Fitzgerald will need to play at a level he has yet to reach this season.

Running the ball against Alabama is not easy and even a dual-threat Quarter Back is going to have it tough with the speed the Crimson Tide have on the field.

It feels like it will be a difficult game for Mississippi State and I think Alabama can cover what is seen as a big number on paper. The Crimson Tide are 4-1 against the spread in their last five at home against the Bulldogs and they have been very strong all season and not looked like coming close to a loss.

They have covered in their last three games and I think we will see another strong win from the Crimson Tide here.

Auburn Tigers @ Georgia Bulldogs Pick: Back to back wins over the Florida Gators and Kentucky Wildcats has earned the Georgia Bulldogs another trip to the SEC Championship Game. If they can win out this season they will go into that Championship Game against the Alabama Crimson Tide with just one loss on their record and a win over the Number 1 Ranked team would surely mean the Bulldogs would be going back to the College Football Play Offs.

They reached the final four as SEC Champion twelve months ago when they earned a revenge win over the Auburn Tigers in the Championship Game having been beaten by them in the regular season.

This year's edition of the Auburn Tigers have been a big disappointment to be honest and while they have secured back to back wins to become Bowl eligible, Auburn are also just 3-3 in Conference play.

Offensively it has been a chore for them all season and that is not going to chase between the hedges against a home team like the Georgia Bulldogs who will want to show the Committee how strong they are. In general Auburn have been able to run the ball in their games, but they struggled last week and it isn't going to be much easier for them against the Bulldogs who look to be stronger in the trenches on both sides of the ball.

Jarrett Stidham did have a good showing against the Texas A&M Aggies but the Quarter Back has found things tougher on the road and this Georgia Secondary have continued to show how good they are.

Even though I believe the Tigers could struggle, this is a big spread for the Bulldogs to cover simply because their own Offense has not been playing to the level that was expected. They are off back to back strong showings, but Jake Fromm has to prove he can compete with the better teams out there and this Tigers Defensive unit is one of the better ones out there.

However it has to be said they have not been as strong on the road and I would expect the Georgia Bulldogs Offensive Line to find a way to help the team to establish the run. The Tigers Defensive Line have allowed 4.9 yards per carry on the road and Georgia should be able to take advantage of the situation.

Running the ball is all important for the Bulldogs as it will slow down the Auburn pass rush and also give Fromm better down and distances to manage.

I think they do that and I think that sets Georgia up fo an impressive win in this one. The favourite has gone 7-2 against the spread in the last nine in this series and Auburn are 0-5 against the spread in their last five visits here.

Georgia have some very strong numbers at home against the spread, while Auburn are 2-6 against the spread in their last eight against a team with a winning record. On the other side is the Bulldogs who are 8-2 against the spread in their last ten against a team with a winning record and I will back the home team to win and cover in this one.

Clemson Tigers @ Boston College Eagles Pick: The best chance the ACC Conference has of sending a team to the Play Off has to be seeing Clemson Tigers go undefeated and their best remaining test perhaps comes in Week 11.

This week they face the Boston College Eagles on the road and a win for the home team will actually put them in pole position to reach the Championship Game ahead of Clemson. In that situation I can't see how the Play Off Committee could have the Tigers over any one loss team from either the Big Ten or Big 12 Conferences and so there is plenty of pressure on the shoulders of the Clemson players this week.

The layers aren't taking any chances though with the Tigers set as a big favourite on the road and recent form suggests they will be able to cover. I am not disrespecting a very good Boston College team who are 7-2 for the season and 4-1 in the Conference knowing if they win out in the ACC they will be playing in the Championship Game against all the odds.

Boston College's performances means the public are quite split on the spread and that is only a good thing when I favour a favourite as I do with the powerful Tigers.

In the last two games between these schools, Clemson have won by 46 points and 27 points and the Tigers have moved to another level after scraping past the Syracuse Orange by winning their next four games by at least 34 points per game.

Both Trevor Lawrence and Travis Etienne have thrived at Quarter Back and Running Back respectively and the balance of the Tigers Offensive unit makes them very dangerous. The Eagles Defensive unit have been very good throughout the season, but they are going to be challenged in a way they have rarely been challenged and the defeat to Purdue Boilermakers gives me some insight into how much success the Clemson Tigers will have, especially as they are stronger than Purdue in most aspects of the Offense.

What has made Clemson so successful this season is that their Defensive unit is able to also step up and make sure the Offensive players don't need to score too many points to win games. That relaxation has allowed the Offense to explode in the last four games and it is going to be tough for the Boston College Eagles to really challenge the Tigers when they have the ball.

You know you are going to get a lot of running from the Eagles as they look to establish the ground game, but this Tigers Defensive Line has really played at a high level. It is going to make it very difficult for the Eagles to consistently move the chains and once they are in a position where they have to throw the ball to stay with the Tigers I think Clemson take over this game completely.

The road team has gone 5-1 against the spread in the last six of this series and though I am impressed with some of the trends which favour Boston College, I think the Clemson Tigers could have a stand out win this week to underline their Play Off credentials.

MY PICKS: South Carolina Gamecocks + 6.5 Points @ 1.91 Bet365 (1 Unit)
Illinois Fighting Illini + 17.5 Points @ 1.91 Bet Victor (1 Unit)
Ohio State Buckeyes - 3.5 Points @ 1.95 Bet Fred (1 Unit)
Alabama Crimson Tide - 23.5 Points @ 1.91 Bet Victor (1 Unit)
Georgia Bulldogs - 13.5 Points @ 1.91 Bet Victor (1 Unit)
Clemson Tigers - 18.5 Points @ 1.91 Bet Victor (1 Unit)

Weekend Football Picks 2018 (November 10-11)

The next international break begins at the end of this weekend but there are some big Premier League games to be played both at the top and bottom of the table.

Games are split between Saturday and Sunday this week with five of the ten games set to be televised. After this we will see the final games in the UEFA Nations League over the next two weeks before the Premier League resumes and gets set for an extremely busy six weeks where eight rounds of Premier League fixtures will be played not to mention the League Cup Quarter Finals and Match Day 6 of the Champions League and Europa League competitions.

During the international break I will have another short piece about Manchester United after a really good run of results, although the mood around the club could change depending on how the Manchester derby goes on Sunday.

Cardiff City v Brighton Pick: The opening Premier League game of the weekend is going to be played in front of the television cameras in the early Saturday afternoon slot and it follows on from Monday Night Football in seeing a relegation candidate hosting an important game.

Huddersfield Town were able to beat fellow relegation threatened Fulham on Monday Night Football and Cardiff City have to be targeting a win in this one against a Brighton team who have not travelled well at this level over the last fifteen months.

It is hard to really believe in Cardiff City who have lost 8 of their last 9 games in all competitions and have continued to concede far too many goals in the Premier League. They did 'only' concede once in the home defeat to Leicester City last weekend, but the previous 5 home games had seen Cardiff City concede at least twice in each.

Only in the game against the defensively challenged Fulham did Cardiff City manage to earn a win, but they will still believe in their ability to win games at the Cardiff City Stadium where they have scored 8 of their 9 League goals. Neil Warnock will know Cardiff City need to be better at both ends of the field, but they are playing a Brighton team who can struggle as much as Fulham when it comes to defensive performances.

That could sound like a weird statement considering they had recorded 3 clean sheets in a row prior to the 3-1 loss at Everton last weekend. However Brighton have conceded at least twice in 4 of their 6 away Premier League games and this is a team who will offer opponents chances.

Cardiff City have created chances at home but perhaps don't have the consistent and reliable goalscorer Warnock will be looking to bring in in January. I expect they will create more opportunities here, and I also like Brighton's chances of causing a few chances of their own.

At a big price I am going to look for the attackers to just show a little more composure against defensively weak teams and I will back at least three goals to be shared out here.

Fantasy Star: Victor Camarasa- goals have been a problem for Cardiff City all season, but Victor Camarasa could be the key for them to unlock Brighton having hit the bar against Leicester City last weekend.

Alternative: Glenn Murray- he is Brighton's main goal-scoring threat and should have at least one or two chances to add to his six League goals scored this season.

Huddersfield Town v West Ham United Pick: It was absolutely imperative for Huddersfield Town to return to winning way sooner rather than later and the win over Fulham will be a huge boost for the entire club ahead of the next international break. Backing it up with another home win before the upcoming two week break will really put Huddersfield Town in a positive frame of mind, although much depends on which West Ham United team turn up.

As hard as Huddersfield Town work and the heart and determination the players have, you do have to wonder if there is enough quality here to survive in the Premier League. However opponents can't take a win over Huddersfield Town for granted and they have to make sure they match the intensity of the home team and that is where I can find it difficult to trust West Ham United.

You have to say this is a club that has been up and down for a number of years now and West Ham United really are a team that can be so strong against the big clubs one week and then be upset as a favourite in the next.

The 4-2 win over Burnley last weekend was a very important result for West Ham United to snap a 4 game run without a win. They have not been as strong in terms of results away from home, but West Ham United have been creating chances in their last 3 away Premier League games and arguably deserve more than the 4 points they have earned in those games.

Mark Noble's sending off at Leicester City changed the pattern of that game, while West Ham United should have at least earned a draw at Brighton with the chances they created.

If they can do that here at the John Smith's Stadium, West Ham United can return the three points as the favourite here. They did the League double over Huddersfield Town last season and West Ham United look a team who can score goals both at home and away which could be tough for the home team to match in this fixture.

Huddersfield Town should have plenty of confidence coming into this one off a win over Fulham, but West Ham United should also be feeling pretty good about themselves. If The Hammers play as well as they did at Brighton and Leicester City before the Noble sending off I would think the visitors from East London can edge out Huddersfield Town.

However I will back West Ham United on the Asian Handicap which will return half the stake in the event of a draw. That accounts for the inconsistency that West Ham United display regularly, but I do think they have enough goals to win a fixture like this one and make sure they are moving in a positive direction going into the international break.

Fantasy Star: Marko Arnautovic- in any game you fancy West Ham United to well you have to think the Austrian is going to be the main threat for them.

Alternative: Declan Rice- he is set as a defender in the official game but plays further up the field and so can be a threat to score as well as keeping a clean sheet.

Leicester City v Burnley Pick: Playing Premier League Football is a real privilege for players but they will not be used to coping with the kind of emotions that Leicester City have had to in the aftermath of Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha's passing in the helicopter crash of two weeks ago.

Some of the emotion may have been expressed in the 0-1 win at Cardiff City last weekend, but it is a different story when Leicester City return to the King Power Stadium for the first time since the 1-1 draw with West Ham United.

This is a chance for the fans to express themselves and it could make it a difficult atmosphere for the players who will want to honour their owner in the best possible way. Leicester City coped with the pressures magnificently last weekend, but being back in the Stadium where the helicopter crash was just yards away is a whole different story.

The Foxes could be helped by their opponent Burnley who have been in pretty miserable form. Aside from the 4-0 win over Bournemouth, Burnley have not really impressed this season and they have been giving up some great chances to opponents even in games where they have avoided defeat.

In their last three Premier League games teams have not been as wasteful against Burnley and that has seen Manchester City, Chelsea and West Ham United all beat Burnley comfortably. All of those teams scored at least four goals and all won by at least a two goal margin with the defeat to West Ham United being of particular concern.

Burnley could be missing some key players in defensive areas for this one too which will make it that much more difficult to produce a better effort at that end of the field.

Leicester City should be able to expose those defensive shortcomings and I think they can produce a big performance at home in a game where the owner won't be far from the minds of the fans or the players. An impressive attacking display will be the best way for Leicester City to honour those that passed away two weeks ago and I will back The Foxes to win this game by a couple of goals on the day.

Fantasy Star: Jamie Vardy- on a day when there will be plenty of emotion in the Stadium, Leicester City will want to impress and Jamie Vardy should earn a few chances against this Burnley defence.

Alternative: Demarai Gray- the home team should create chances and Demarai Gray scored last week and could be the main attacking threat outside of Vardy with James Maddison injured.

Newcastle United v Bournemouth Pick: You had to feel that Newcastle United would have taken a win in any way possible heading into the League game with Watford last week and the three points are massive in giving the players some confidence after a really poor start to the season. The Magpies had been one of two teams who had yet to win a Premier League game before last weekend, but both they and Huddersfield Town managed that and it has lifted Newcastle United out of the bottom three.

It was a good win for Newcastle United, but no one will deny they were very fortunate Watford had left their shooting boots at home. The Hornets created a number of very good chances and Newcastle United are going to have to defend a lot better if they are going to contain Bournemouth.

The Cherries are coming in off a loss, but they created a huge amount of chances against Manchester United last weekend. Eddie Howe will be well aware that Newcastle United don't pose the same sort of attacking threat as Manchester United do and he will be doing all he can to remind his players about how well they have played to open the 2018/19 season.

Bournemouth have won their last 2 away League games emphatically and I do think they can make the long journey to the North East and cause plenty of problems for their hosts in this one. They should fashion chances and Bournemouth have shown a clinical side by scoring seven goals in their last 2 away wins at Watford and Fulham.

They have also won on their last 2 visits to St James' Park and I do favour the away side to make it a hat-trick of wins here. Bournemouth have looked stronger than Newcastle United and I think the home team will have to ride their luck in a similar manner to last week if they are going to win this game.

I will back Bournemouth on the Asian Handicap which will return the stake in the event of a draw. Newcastle United should be a more confident team with a win under their belt, even if it was a fortunate one, and backing Bournemouth that way is a respect to the home team perhaps turning their form around.

However I think Bournemouth may have too many goals for Newcastle United and I will back the visitors here.

Fantasy Star: Callum Wilson- an England call up this week was reward for Callum Wilson's fine start to the 2018/19 season.

Alternative: David Brooks- I like Bournemouth's chances to win at Newcastle United for a third visit in a row and David Brooks has scored in the last two away games Bournemouth have played in the League.

Southampton v Watford Pick: About the only thing you could say with any positive connotation for Southampton last weekend was they did create some very good chances against a Manchester City defence that has been tough to breach this season. They managed to score, albeit through a penalty, but a lack of composure in front of goal prevented Southampton from at least doubling their tally on the day.

The less said about the defending the better though.

Mark Hughes has a difficult week to try and keep the positive attacking intent going while making sure his team are much better defensively than they were at the Etihad Stadium. It is fair to say that Southampton won't face an attack like Manchester City's too often, but Watford created plenty of chances at Newcastle United last weekend to suggest they pose a danger.

Southampton have continued to show they can create chances, but the lack of confidence in the final third is clear to see.

The layers haven't ignored that either and that is what makes backing at least three goals to be shared out by these teams appealing to me this weekend. Watford have really shown an attacking intent and should be scoring more goals than they have away from home, while Southampton are perhaps underachieving at St Mary's.

Neither team can really point to their defence and be convinced they are going to have enough to keep a clean sheet and I do think there will be enough chances to see at least three goals shared out here. I know it is hard to really trust attacks that have not been scoring as many goals as they should be, but you can't keep missing the opportunities they are and I think both Southampton and Watford will have enough in the final third to hurt the other.

At the price I think backing at least three goals to be shared out is worth an interest.

Fantasy Star: Danny Ings- he looks the main threat for Southampton and will need to be the star for the home team.

Alternative: Jose Holebas- I have picked goals here, but you can't completely ignore the home team's struggles. Jose Holebas has also been a creative force for Watford so has potential assist and clean sheet capabilities here.

Crystal Palace v Tottenham Hotspur Pick: The live offering from Saturday afternoon in the Premier League sees Tottenham Hotspur play the day before any of the three teams above them take to the field. This will be seen as a big chance to put some pressure on those teams by producing yet another away victory, but it won't be easy at Selhurst Park as Arsenal found out to their cost two weeks ago.

Tottenham Hotspur will believe they are a superior team to Arsenal, especially as some of their injuries are beginning to clear up. The midfield is shorn of important players this weekend, but Dele Alli and Christian Eriksen's returns cannot be underestimated.

Jan Vertonghen's absence has been difficult to deal with for Spurs who have conceded too many goals without their defensive leader. Mauricio Pochettino has tried to change things around, but Crystal Palace will believe they can at least pose some significant questions of their own when they drive forward with the ball.

At the moment The Eagles have been lacking a little spark in the final third with the team heavily reliant on a moment of magic from Wilfried Zaha. Much of their attacking threat comes through the winger and the focus for Tottenham Hotspur will be trying to limit the damage he can do.

However I do think Crystal Palace can cause some problems for a Tottenham Hotspur team who have struggled for clean sheets of late. Hugo Lloris is back in goal and can be a key shot-stopper, but there has been a raggedness to the defending and Crystal Palace could be a real threat from set pieces in this one too.

On the other side of the field I fully expect Tottenham Hotspur to have chances of their own and Harry Kane looks to be in form with three goals over the last eight days. With both Alli and Eriksen set to start, Tottenham Hotspur have a real threat going forward and this could be another Premier League game that sees at least three goals scored this weekend.

Both teams should have the opportunities to get on the scoreboard and I don't think either will be settling for a draw until we get into the last fifteen minutes of the game. Even then I would imagine Tottenham Hotspur will be pushing forward if they need to win and both teams have shown enough in the final third to believe they can combine for three or more goals against the defences they are facing this weekend.

Fantasy Star: Christian Eriksen- Harry Kane is in form, but Christian Eriksen can be a real creative influence and has scored the winner on this ground before.

Alternative: Kieran Tripper- he is an potential creator of goals and Tottenham Hotspur could earn a clean sheet here if Crystal Palace are not at it.

Liverpool v Fulham Pick: It is hard to imagine Liverpool being as poor as they were in Belgrade when they take to the field for the early Sunday kick off and Fulham's best hope may be that the home players are perhaps not as awake as they would be for a later kick off.

That certainly feels like a long shot and I think Liverpool are going to be far too good for Fulham in this Premier League game.

Liverpool have scored four goals in their last 2 games at Anfield and they look to have found their feet at home, although there is still some room for improvement for Liverpool's attacking talents. The returns of Naby Keita, Jordan Henderson and Xherdan Shaqiri may just freshen things up enough to get the best out of Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah and Fulham haven't defended anything near the level you would want if you are thinking of containing this Liverpool team.

Even the attacking side of things have been a chore for Fulham in recent games and they were pretty miserable at Huddersfield Town on Monday Night Football. A goal shy Huddersfield Town team created some good chances against Fulham, which has to be a concern when ramping up the attacking quality to Liverpool's level.

This is a big handicap for Liverpool to cover simply because they have to score at least three goals to have a chance of doing that. Defensively Liverpool have looked good enough to keep a clean sheet in this fixture as Fulham perhaps look to dig in and contain their hosts, but that is a big ask for Fulham who have conceded at least three goals in League games against Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester City an Arsenal this season.

The latter two teams both won by margins of at least three goals and that is the gap Liverpool have created in their last couple of games at Anfield in all competitions. West Ham United and Southampton are two other teams who have been beaten by wide margins at Anfield already this season and I do think there will be a response from Liverpool after the hugely disappointing defeat in Belgrade.

Liverpool have beaten Fulham 4-0 in each of the last 2 games between these clubs at Anfield and it would not be a huge surprise if the same scoreline comes out of this one.

Fantasy Star: Roberto Firmino- he looks close to getting back amongst the goals and should lead the line after Daniel Sturridge fluffed his chances against Red Star during the week. Any of the front three for Liverpool could be picked though.

Alternative: Xherdan Shaqiri- Jurgen Klopp has employed a 4-2-3-1 system in the last couple of home games and Xherdan Shaqiri has been a big influence in that. Was rested on Tuesday so could be in line to start here.

Chelsea v Everton Pick: The long trip to Belarus could potentially be a problem for Chelsea as they prepare for this Premier League game on Sunday, but they had a relatively comfortable win over BATE Borisov in a game that shouldn't really have taxed the players.

Eden Hazard got an important hour into his legs as he returns from a back injury and Chelsea look to have a strong squad to pick from in this League game at Stamford Bridge.

They have been very good at home and Chelsea are scoring plenty of goals at Stamford Bridge which should be putting Everton under pressure. As well as Everton have been playing, they have been in the middle of a decent fixture list and have taken advantage of that.

Everton have been beaten at both Arsenal and Manchester United in the League and the next three away games are at Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City which will really test Marco Silva's team. They have conceded twice in the defeats at the Emirates Stadium and Old Trafford and I think Everton will find it very difficult to contain Chelsea who have scored at least three goals in 3 straight wins at Stamford Bridge.

The Blues have also been very strong when hosting Everton in recent years and I do favour them to win this game. Everton could cause some problems with the way they have been playing and they did do that to Arsenal and Manchester United, while they have had a week to prepare instead of having to travel to Europe as Chelsea have had to.

It could make Everton a little more competitive for longer, but they have not travelled as well as they have played at Goodison Park. I think Chelsea will be the latest to expose the vulnerabilities of this Everton team who have conceded plenty of goals in away games and I will back the home team to cover the Asian Handicap on Sunday.

Fantasy Star: Alvaro Morata- the Spaniard is a confidence player and has been amongst the goals, although still liable to a big miss. Chelsea should create big time chances for him though.

Alternative: Ross Barkley- not entirely convinced he starts, but would love to get one over his former club and will play up the pitch.

Arsenal v Wolves Pick: This fixture will be kicking off at the same time as the Manchester derby as Arsenal entertain Wolves and look to keep up with the top four teams in the Premier League table.

The home team are the favourites to win this fixture as they seem to be in better form than Wolves, but the latter have been really unfortunate during their 3 game losing run in the Premier League. They showed tremendous fight in the 2-3 loss to Tottenham Hotspur last weekend and Wolves arguably could have gotten a lot more from their last 2 League defeats to Brighton and Spurs.

Wolves have already played both Manchester clubs this season and avoided defeat and I think the system put out by Nuno Espirito Santo is going to give them every chance of earning something from this Premier League fixture.

It won't be easy against an Arsenal team who had been flying at home before drawing their last 2 games here in all competitions. In fact Arsenal have now drawn 3 of their last 4 games in all competitions at the end of an 11 game winning run.

Arsenal have a real attacking threat and they can quickly put things together as they have shown with quick strikes against Everton, Watford and Leicester City here. In each of those three home wins Arsenal have managed to score two goals in the space of four minutes and that is something teams have to deal with as The Gunners seem to be able to turn the screw once they score.

This Wolves team may have conceded 6 goals in their last 3 League games, but they are better than that and I don't think they will continue to produce poor defensive performances. They only conceded once in their games with both Manchester clubs and I think Wolves do have the attacking threat to challenge this Arsenal backline who have been improved in their last couple of games here.

Much will depend on how clinical Wolves are as they have created enough chances on their travels to score many more than the 3 away League goals scored so far. If they can take their chances I would be surprised if Wolves lose by more than a goal and they could even earn a surprise point.

Backing the away side with the start on the Asian Handicap is my selection here.

Fantasy Star: Raul Jimenez- the Mexican was excellent last week and can back up that performance. I fancy Wolves to get something here so backing a Wolves player to be the difference is not a surprise.

Alternative: Mesut Ozil- was rested during the week and a lot of the good Arsenal have produced tends to come through Mesut Ozil. He had scored in back to back League games at the Emirates Stadium before last weekend and will be the key if Arsenal are going to get back to winning ways.

Manchester City v Manchester United Pick: Both Manchester clubs recorded big wins in the Champions League on Wednesday, but that won't matter now as the first Manchester derby takes place on Sunday from the Etihad Stadium.

A couple of weeks ago Pep Guardiola spoke about the title contenders and it was noted that Manchester United were not mentioned, but another home loss to their rivals will mean there are only 4 points between these clubs going into the final international break of the calendar year.

The recent performances from Manchester United may not be the most encouraging for this huge test, but the results have been coming and there has been a real display of hunger and determination from the players. Second half performances at Chelsea, Bournemouth and Juventus have been improved and Manchester United have come from a goal down to win 2 of those games and draw the other.

Manchester United have now scored at least twice in 7 of their 8 away games played in all competitions in the 2018/19 season but my biggest fear is that the results have been much better than what the side have really deserved.

Chelsea, Bournemouth and Juventus all had big chances to finish off Manchester United before the fightback and this Manchester City team don't look like they are taking many prisoners at the moment.

Of course there will be some encouragement taken into this fixture from Manchester United's last 3 visits to the Etihad Stadium where they have won twice in that time. That includes coming back from 2-0 down to win 2-3 here and spoil Manchester City's planned Premier League title celebration and I think that is a result that won't have been forgotten by Pep Guardiola or the players.

It should mean Manchester City are more focused on what Manchester United are capable of if they are allowed to hang around. The recent results from United will have underlined that point to the Manchester City team and backed up by that result back in April, but it is hard to imagine a side creating as many chances as Manchester City are will allow a lead to slip for the second time in two seasons against their biggest rivals.

Much will depend on how clinical Manchester City are because Manchester United are simply not defending to a level Jose Mourinho would find acceptable. Poor finishing let down Bournemouth and Juventus when they had Manchester United on the rack, but this is a Manchester City team who have scored 12 goals in their last couple of games at home over the last eight days.

My prediction is that Manchester City are going to be too strong for Manchester United and likely win by a couple of goals on the day. I've been wrong believing Chelsea and Juventus would beat my team, and I would happily be wrong again so this is a game I simply will watch and hope United can do it.

My heart says United, but my head and all the signs are pointing Manchester City here as Manchester United can't keep getting away with some of the defensive performances they have. I really think everything will depend on how clinical Manchester City are and my feeling is that they have circled this game for some time to make a point after losing from 2-0 up on the day they could have been crowned Champions in April 2018.

It will need some luck for Manchester United to get something from this one, but at some point the fortune of Chelsea and Juventus will run out and I have a feeling that could be the case this weekend.

Fingers crossed I am wrong!

Fantasy Star: Sergio Aguero- how weird to think Sergio Aguero has started just one of the five Manchester derby games under Pep Guardiola and had a total of 14 minutes in the two League games last season. He is very much the number one striker for Manchester City right now and has scored 8 goals against Manchester United.

Alternative: David Silva- the Spaniard has been in great form and will be key to unlocking this Manchester United defence. The erratic performances of Jose Mourinho's men could leave spaces for Silva to exploit.

MY PICKS: Cardiff City-Brighton Over 2.5 Goals @ 2.60 Betfair Sportsbook (2 Units)
West Ham United - 0.25 Asian Handicap @ 2.00 Bet365 (2 Units)
Leicester City - 1 Asian Handicap @ 1.85 Bet Fred (2 Units)
Bournemouth 0 Asian Handicap @ 1.83 Bet Victor (2 Units)
Southampton-Watford Over 2.5 Goals @ 2.10 Paddy Power (2 Units)
Crystal Palace-Tottenham Hotspur Over 2.5 Goals @ 1.80 Bet Victor (2 Units)
Liverpool - 2.5 Asian Handicap @ 1.85 Bet Victor (2 Units)
Chelsea - 1.25 Asian Handicap @ 2.00 Bet Victor (2 Units)
Wolves + 1 Asian Handicap @ 1.80 Bet Fred (2 Units)
Manchester City - 1.25 Asian Handicap @ 1.80 Bet Fred (0 Units)

November Update: 12-15, - 8.66 Units (54 Units Staked, - 16.04% Yield)