8th January 2013

From an FA Cup weekend to a midweek feast of knockout football as The Capital One Cup last four and Johnstone’s Paint Trophy section semi-finals give you another chance to chase profit with Bet Butler.

Bet Butler is the Official Betting Partner of ytfc.net, delivering a betting service for Yeovil Town fans that finds you the best available odds from 60 global bookmakers.  Win or lose, every bet you place benefits The Glovers!


The big match today is our Area Semi-Final tie away at Leyton Orient. Yeovil are 21/10 to win the tie.


If it’s better odds you fancy then why not try a correct score bet.


To win 2-1 Yeovil are 11/1 or if you fancy a repeat of last week’s match then you can get 33/.


Manager Gary Johnson has done all he can to drum up support for the lads and with 11 coaches travelling to London the atmosphere is going to be electric.


So get behind the lads and have a bet on The Glovers. And remember every bet helps the football club.

Bradford City represent the underdog in their Tuesday night clash with Aston Villa, with 15/4 on offer for them to shock the visiting Villans in the same way they upset Arsenal and Wigan in previous rounds. Their third Premier League opponents are odds on at 4/5 to win the first leg, however.

On Wednesday night, Chelsea are 4/9 to seize the advantage over Swansea City and recent history looks to be onside, as The Blues have won their last three semi-finals in this competition. The 15/2 Swans may yet fancy their chances having won four and lost just one of their last seven away games.

Meanwhile, you’ll find Southend United 9/5 to win away to Oxford (6/4) in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy on Tuesday night, before Thursday sees even money Coventry City take on 3/1 Preston North End.

Remember you can claim £25 to spend at your club when you sign up for Bet Butler. Simply place five £10 bets at evens or bigger at yeoviltown.betbutler.co.uk, then email enquiries@betbutler.co.uk for a voucher valid for tickets and club merchandise!

Odds correct at time of writing