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Paul’s funeral will take place on the morning of Monday 21st December. Numbers are obviously limited however there will be a planned stop at the home of Clydebank Football Club, Holm Park, between 10:45am – 11:15am for anyone who is local that wishes to pay their respects to Paul.
There’s loads of action north and south of the border this midweek – as well as across Europe – so get studying and make the most of the start of a busy few weeks on the football front as we approach the Christmas period.
There are some games where you really wish fans were present these days and one of those it a East End Park tonight where Dunfermline welcome St Johnstone. Both sides had been in cracking form until suffering defeat at the weekend but the Pars will fancy their chances of making it to the semi-final of the competition under the lights in Fife. The Saints should have enough quality to see them off but it’s a game I wouldn’t like to call.
Hibs on the other hand shouldn’t have too much trouble away to Alloa if they turn up. SlipsTips is on the same page with his 5/6 BetBuilder.
In the Premier League Chelsea have the chance to leap from fifth to top of the table if they can win at Wolves while Man City can take their frustrations from Saturday’s 0-0 draw at Old Trafford out against West Brom.
Pick of the ties in the Championship sees Watford host Brentford while there’s near enough full cards in Leagues One and Two.
Desmond, who nailed a double, a treble and was one goal short of a 52/1 sevenfold on Saturday has lined up another selection of goals based bets for Tuesday.
Thommo’s top pick goes on the all-weather at Wolverhampton, where Sandret can be expolited at 11lb lower than his last race. He’d one of three picks for our top tipster on Tuesday.
Five to Follow
My five to Follow for Tuesday takes in the Premier League, League One, National League, Bundesliga and Women’s Champions League.
I’m banking on Man City’s superiority to lead to a multitude of shots on target, Ipswich to get the better of bottom-of-the-table Burton, Torquay to do likewise and continue their good home form, while I can see goals in Germany and in the second leg of Lyon Women v Juventus Women.
You can read my full Five to Follow write-up here.
- Over 7.5 Man City Shots on Target 11/8 (Bet365)
- Ipswich Town 11/10 (Ladbrokes)
- Torquay to win and score 2+ 20/23 (Bet365)
- Stuttgart v Union Berlin – BTTS 4/6 (Bet365)
- Lyon Women v Juventus Women Over 3.5 Goals 4/6 (Skybet)
As ever, please post your tips for Monday in the comments section below and good luck with your bets.