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Great prices for Newport County away at Lincoln

January 9, 2013

Lincoln City have great troubles with injuries and will probably miss a few players on Saturday again. They host Newport County (Newport is by the way the home of the great rock band Terris), who sit third in the table and have scored most in the league (53 goals in 25 games).

Newport bounced back from their shock loss at home to Forest Green (0-5!) and played very well at home in the top derby against Wrexham. They only got a 1-1 draw, but had plenty of chances to win the game. They missed a penalty and hit both the post and the bar for example. Lincoln City do not have the same quality as Wrexham and I believe that Newport will score a couple of goals on Saturday.

Striker Danny Crow played around 10 minutes against Wrexham after been out with injury trouble since October. With him available and top scorer Aaron O’Connor in the starting eleven I cannot see them fail to find the net.

I believe that the prices for a Newport win is way too high at the moment and place an early bid here. William Hill and Paddy Power offer 2.50 for a straight away win at the moment, but I go for over 1.5 Newport goals (3 units @2.10) and over 2.5 goals (1 unit @4.50) at Bet365. Thus, for the first time this year I go four 4 of 4 units in this game (max bet).

I have recently written about both Lincoln and Newport.

I will include this pick as pick of the day in a later post on Friday, but could not wait to place the bet now since I believe that the prices for an away win and away goals will decrease heavily.

 

 

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