Central Coast Mariners v Sydney FC Betting Tip, Latest Odds 10 November 8

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Nov/09/2017

The Central Coast Mariners were coming in at 4/1 odds versus Sydney FC at 4/7.  The Draw was set at 3/1.  54% of the action was coming in on Central Coast Mariners for this one, and it promises to be a good matchup.

While Central Coast Mariners have only one win in their last six games overall, three of those six meetings ended up as draws.  Sydney FC has five wins and one draw in their last six games overall.

Sydney FC have won eight and drawn one of their last nine meetings with Central Coast Mariners, making them a good play early Friday.

It should be noted that Sydney FC have won three quarters of their last 12 away days while Central Coast Mariners have lost 7 of their last 12 home games.

North American gamblers will need to stay up late or rise early for this matchup as it begins 3:50 am EST.

- Alistair Prescott, Gambling911.com

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