Beat The Bookie - Brentford
Friday, 7th Dec 2018 19:46 by Planet Swans (follow us on Twitter @swansnews)
It has been three defeats on the spin for the Swans and we have to hope that tomorrow won't make it four as we travel to West London and the home of Brentford looking to halt that depressing run of form.
Three wins from four games before the international break are a very distant memory following defeats by Norwich, West Brom and Derby have left us sat very much in mid table after a promising start to the season.
And we have to reverse that form soon enough if we are to continue any push for the play offs and where better to start that push than on a road trip to London.
And with that hopeful return to form we are going to take a look at the match odds to see where we think the value is and let's start with the Swans securing the win that we will so desperately need which can be backed at 13/5 with Bet UK.
Goals remain at a premium for the Swans as well but we always try to scour value in the goalscorer market wherever we are and Bersant Celina to score first at 10/1 looks a decent value for tomorrow's game - he surely has to be due to start finding the back of the net on a regular basis soon enough?
I also quite fancy here the Swans to win 2-1, 3-1 or 4-1 which can be backed at 4/1 for any of those scores to be the winning margin.
And randomly tomorrow on a final bet I do think that there will be a penalty in the game for the Swans. Bet UK offer 6/1 on it being scored or 11/1 to be missed - take your pick if you believe the penalty is going to happen.
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