Gavin’s Gamble

Hi blog readers,

I’m Gavin Horsfall (yes that’s me above), I’m a loyal Coventry City fan and general sports fan.

When I’m not at the Ricoh Arena, I’ll be found in betting shops around the Midlands, drinking free coffee and reading the Racing Post.

I am here to help turn your sporting knowledge into money (yes that can happen).

I will be offering Gaffers Sports Blog readers a weekly sporting tip, usually on a Saturday, so watch this space and let me know of your sports betting successes.

Like my weekly tip, then check out more @ http://ghorsfall.wordpress.com/.

Got any sporting tips you want to share with the blog readers, then let me know and we can help to spread the wealth.

Every week, just click on the date and it will take you to the oddschecker website and hopefully it will help with your betting decisions.

Good luck with your sporting bets this week, speak soon.

Cheers

Gavin

This week’s tip – 20/02/10

It’s a super league tip this week.

Warrington -4 against Wigan (evens, bet365)

It’s a handicap so Warrington has to win by more than 4. Good luck to me. 

Last week’s tip – 13/02/10

Preston to beat Blackpool

Preston are value at home to a Blackpool side with one of the worst away records of teams in the top half of the Championship. 

Good luck with this bet, hope your more confident in my predictions after last weeks winner!!

Sadly Preston huffed and puffed but they couldn’t blow the Blackpool door down!!

3 Responses to “Gavin’s Gamble”

  1. nickyi54 Says:

    as for tips personally i think a double of sevilla and birmingham is a good bet

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