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Football Betting Tips – Saturday 15th August 2015 

Football Betting Tips

Football Betting Tips

An 92nd minute goal from Kidderminster put pay to my opening day bets with the late Aman Verma header earning a draw as Kidderminster twice came from behind against Grimsby. That goal cost me the perfect start to the season as Eastleigh ran out 4-0 winners in my other betting tip for the weekend. I’m moving down the league this Saturday with my football bets coming from step 3 divisions.

Weymouth v Dunstable – Southern League
Dunstable Town have lost their opening two Southern league games against Histon, and Chippenham and while they could feel unlucky not too take a point against Chippenham following a last minute of stoppage time strike, however the Blues were outplayed by Histon on Tuesday night.

Weymouth just missed out on the play-offs last season and I except them to be up there agian this time round. They picked-up their first win with a well-deserved 4-1 victory against Paulton Rovers in midweek and on that showing they should be to strong for Dunstable.

Bet: Weymouth to beat Dunstable 1.57 at Bet365.

Billericay v Enfield Town – Isthmian League
Two teams who are still looking for their first win will battle it out at the New Lodge this weekend. I feel Billericay should just edge it, manager Craig Edwards has completely changed his side from last season and the early signs look good for Ricay. They should have taken more than a point against last season’s Ryman North champions Needham Market on Tuesday night having dominated large parts of the game and the 2.05 on offer with online bookies looks good value.

Bet: Billericay to beat Enfield Town 2.05 at Boylesports.

Ashton Utd v Mickleover Sports – Northern Premier
The Northern Premier League kicks-off this weekend and last seasons division one south champions face a hard task at Ashton Utd, who lost out in the premier division play-offs in April. Paul Phillips and Steve Halford’s Ashton side will be hoping for another promotion push following a fruitful summer in the transfer market. Mickleover Sports couldn’t have asked for a much harder start to life in the Premier Division and although they should hold their own in the division, Ashton Utd may be a step to far on the opening day.

Bet: Ashton Utd to beat Mickleover 1.62 at Boylesports.

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