Thursday, August 23, 2007


After two away defeats, Weymouth will be very happy to be on home soil, where they are traditionally very strong and are desperate for a good result, especially ahead of a tough away trip to Exeter, which comes up next. They have been experimenting with the formation lately, but after looking all at sea in the loss at Stevenage, look set to return to the flat back four, which most observers feel, suits them best.

Burton are struggling, especially at the back, where they have conceded 7 in three starts, at least two in each. They have one win to their name, but even in that, they were 3-1 down with 7 minutes to play and that victory, commendable as it may seem, owed as much to their opponents stepping off the gas, as to Burton's invention. Their situation is unlikely to improve, until the treatment room empties a little, especially as it is mainly full of defenders.

I cannot see Weymouth losing this and am happy to take them with the level ball option.

5 points Weymouth level ball 1.93 asian line.

Good Luck.

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