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Ajay Anytime - 7/4

27 September 2013

All the odds for our big game with Gillingham

There were five away victories last weekend in Sky Bet League 1, but will the away sides pull off more shocks again this weekend? Read on for Sky Bet's take on Crewe's chances this weekend.


The Railwaymen put in a much improved defensive performance last weekend as they drew 1-1 with Oldham at Boundary Park.


to win the match.11/8Alexandra Stadium tends to be a tough place to go to, and Crewe have won 12 of their last 22 home games. Moreover, they’ve won seven of their last 10 home games against bottom-half teams. They also tend to start quickly at home. They've scored first in six of their last seven games at Alexandra Stadium making them an appealing price of


.4/5We could see plenty of goals here too. Gillingham’s four away matches this season have averaged four goals per game, as have Crewe’s four home games. Despite their struggles, the winless Gills have scored in five of their last six matches. 12 of Crewe’s last 15 home games where they’ve conceded have had at least three goals, and we’d expect The Alex to score at least twice. Over 2.5 goals can be backed at

 

Other reasons to bet:

  • 8/13 Both teams have scored in three of Crewe’s last four games against promoted teams
  •  15/8Crewe have been leading at half-time in three of their last four home matches
  • 1/1Crewe have had more goals in the second half in five of their last seven matches
  • 7/4Ajay Leitch-Smith to score anytime at

Remember, if you haven't already got a Sky Bet account, you can get a completely free £10 when you join and Crewe will also get £10 when you make your first deposit.

 www.skybet.com/creweAs well as that, Crewe will benefit as you bet throughout the season, so make sure you open your account via

 

Please note – prices subject to change


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