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by Ben, last updated 2008-04-10 19:37:19

Match Betting
Paddypower Prices Home Draw Away
Birmingham v Everton 9/5 9/4 7/5
Bolton v West Ham 5/4 9/4 2/1
Derby v Aston Villa 9/2 5/2 8/13
Reading v Fulham 5/6 9/4 10/3
Sunderland v Man City 6/5 11/5 11/5
Spurs v Middlesbrough 7/10 12/5 4/1
Portsmouth v Newcastle 11/10 9/4 12/5
Liverpool v Blackburn 1/2 11/4 11/2
Man Utd v Arsenal 10/11 9/4 3/1
Chelsea v Wigan 1/5 9/2 14/1


Going to be plenty of home wins this weekend I think. Man U should batter Arsenal this weekend.

 Weekend Asian Handicap Premiership Preview


As the season builds to a climax, the online Premiership betting market is looking like a re-run of last year’s campaign, when Chelsea tried in vain to chase down Man Utd. The Red Devils’ draw last weekend at the Riverside certainly gives the Blues hope, and should Arsenal get a result at Old Trafford on Sunday, the Premier League online betting market could be turned on its head. Be part of the action with a bet at PinnacleSports.com offering up to 60% better Premiership betting odds.


Gunners’ Visit to Old Trafford Last Chance to Catch United

Arsenal go to Old Trafford on Sunday looking to bridge the six point gap that separates them from the Premiership leaders. With only five games remaining, the Gunners simply have to win at the Theatre of Dreams to retain any realistic chance of catching Man Utd. The Londoners inflicted one of just two defeats the Red Devils experienced at home last season, courtesy of a late Emmanuel Adebayor strike, but their recent league form doesn’t suggest they are capable of a similar result. Arsenal have won just one of their last seven Premier League fixtures, including five stalemates, and their heads will down after dramatic Champions League exit at Anfield on Tuesday night.

In such low spirits they are unlikely to overturn a Man Utd side who in stark contrast, are peaking at the right time, winning their last three home Premiership games by aggregate of 9-0. Cristiano Ronaldo is on fire, scoring his 27th league goal at the Riverside, and though the 2-2 draw against Boro should be considered a slip-up, they cruised through to the last four of the Champions League on Wednesday resting Ronaldo, Rooney, and Scholes leaving them fresh for this key game. PinnacleSports.com price Man Utd favourites 1.893 (-0.5)* with Arsenal 2.040 (+0.5)* – a market priced to less than 102%.


Chelsea Must Maintain Pressure on Red Devils

By the time Chelsea run out at Stamford Bridge on Monday to face Wigan, they’ll know by how much they are playing catch-up to Premiership leaders, Man Utd, who entertain Arsenal on Sunday. Blues’ coach, Avram Grant, will be hoping for a favour from their London rivals. Should Arsenal win at Old Trafford, then a Chelsea win over the ‘Latics would bring the sides level on points, with the Red Devils still to visit the Bridge. This game is one of four home games among Chelsea’s five remaining fixtures, which is certainly in their favour, given their amazing 79 game unbeaten league record at Stamford Bridge.

Wigan’s record against the ‘big four’ underlines PinnacleSports.com’s heavy favouritism toward Chelsea. In three Premiership seasons they have taken just two points from all meetings with Arsenal, Liverpool, Man Utd and Chelsea (who have a 100% record in encounters). Wigan’s relegation struggle was given a huge boost last weekend with a 2-0 home win over Birmingham, but boss, Steve Bruce, may be pragmatic enough to see upcoming games against Spurs and Reading, as providing much more realistic chances for ensuring survival than here. After Chelsea’s Champions League win over Fenerbahce on Tuesday night, they can fully focus on the Premiership, with their European dreams still alive. PinnacleSports.com price Chelsea favourites 1.826 (-1.5)* with Wigan 2.110 (+1.5)*.


*All odds subject to change




 Red Bull - It Gives You Wins

 By Gerry McDonnell

I do enjoy a moral dilemma. An intellectual friend asked if I would kill a chicken to save a chicken's life. I honestly replied that I'd happily slaughter a chicken if I missed breakfast.

He went on to ask if I would ever use inside information to profit from gambling. I once again answered in all honesty that I have never been involved in such a practice; but then again, I don't know Harry Redknapp.

There is still uproar amongst the betting community whenever the controversial 'next Portsmouth manager' market is discussed. I must point out that there is no evidence to suggest that Harry Redknapp was involved in a scam, or in fact that a scam actually took place. I will just say that the 11/4 for a Newcastle win over Portsmouth should be investigated further.

David Bentley has admitted to being a former gambling addict. 'Bents', or to use his more familiar nickname, 'the vastly overrated David Bentley' has an addictive personality, and is currently obsessed with DIY. This did not come as a shock. Liverpool will pull off a win over Blackburn at 8/15.

My wife is a stereotypical female; she doesn't understand the offside rule. She thinks that a player should be penalised if he receives the ball in an offside position, even if the last touch comes off a defender - as long as the attacking side intended to play the fall forward to the player in the advanced position in the first phase of play. What a doughnut. The betting proposition between Derby and Aston Villa is also perfectly clear: the Villa win at 8/13.

I was quite shocked to read that a male is due to give birth. I just hope that Frank drops it in time for Chelsea's game against Wigan. Bookmakers have delivered 1/4 for a Chelsea win - I shall be babysitting.

West Ham were once embroiled in a betting furore when Paul Kitson kicked the ball straight into touch from the kick-off. Harry Redknapp was the manager of West Ham at the time, but there is no evidence to suggest that he was involved in a spread betting scam, or in fact that a scam actually took place. I prefer to believe that Paul Kitson is just not a good passer of a ball, like the Bolton players. The Hammers will add a final nail to Bolton's Premier League coffin at 13/5.

When injury-prone C-list-celebrity romancer Jonathan Woodgate labelled Juande Ramos a 'proper manager', it would be safe to assume that he was having a sly dig at Gareth Southgate. Ramos may edge Southgate in experience, but how many pizza adverts has he starred in? I shall be topping up on the 9/2 for a Middlesbrough win over Tottenham.

Alex McLeish is a frustrated thespian; he wishes his players luck before each match by saying "Break a leg". Damien Johnson is the latest player to see red for a career-threatener; Everton will punish the weakened Brummies at 6/4.

Emotions always run high when Arsenal meet Manchester United, but that does not excuse the food-fight that broke out after a particularly fiery encounter. Such actions are morally reprehensible when there are starving children in this world; I can't even begin to imagine what Dawn French's kids were thinking. I'll make a small donation to the needy when Arsenal beat Manchester United at 4/1.

Manchester City have been heavily linked with Ronaldinho, but I remain sceptical. It reminds me of the time when Birmingham City were linked with Maradona, but he turned the move down as his two-footed over-the-top tackle was lightweight at best. We should all get stuck in to the 6/5 for a Sunderland win over Manchester City.

People have been emailing me to ask if I know the identity of the player who allegedly had a £50,000 gambling debt written off in exchange for getting himself sent off. I honestly have no idea who this player is, I just know that there is no evidence to suggest that Harry Redknapp was involved in a scam, or in fact that a scam actually took place. I am reasonably sure about the value in taking even money for a Reading win over Fulham.

In a week where the morality of football has been questioned, the filth have now arrested senior figures at Birmingham City. At the time of writing, no charges have been filed, but it's expected that David Sullivan will be charged with 'outraging public decency', presumably for allowing Karen Brady to enter the public arena. I'll be outraged if Aston Villa, Sunderland, Newcastle and Chelsea fail to land an incorruptible 15/1 accer.


Weekend Betting:


Birmingham v Everton Saturday 12th April 15:00

Birmingham 2/1
Draw 23/10
Everton 6/4

Get on: Everton


Bolton v West Ham Saturday 12th April 15:00

Bolton 5/4
Draw 12/5
West Ham 13/5

Get on: West Ham


Derby v Aston Villa Saturday 12th April 15:00

Derby 11/2
Draw 3/1
Aston Villa 8/13

Get on: Aston Villa


Reading v Fulham Saturday 12th April 15:00

Reading Evs
Draw 12/5
Fulham 10/3

Get on: Reading


Sunderland v Man City Saturday 12th April 15:00

Sunderland 6/5
Draw 23/10
Man City 12/5

Get on: Sunderland


Tottenham v Middlesbrough Saturday 12th April 15:00

Tottenham 4/5
Draw 11/4
Middlesbrough 9/2

Get on: Middlesbrough


Portsmouth v Newcastle Saturday 12th April 17:15 Live on Setanta

Portsmouth 6/5
Draw 12/5
Newcastle 11/4

Get on: Newcastle


Liverpool v Blackburn Sunday 13th April 13:30 Live on Sky

Liverpool 8/15
Draw 3/1
Blackburn 13/2

Get on: Liverpool


Man Utd v Arsenal Sunday 13th April 16:00 Live on Sky

Man Utd Evs
Draw 12/5
Arsenal 4/1

Get on: Arsenal


Chelsea v Wigan Monday 14th April 20:00 Live on Setanta

Chelsea 1/4
Draw 5/1
Wigan 14/1

Get on: Chelsea






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