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by Ben, last updated 2008-04-03 14:03:45

A tough week in the Premiership and the FA Cup. I think I'll skip this round. Only bet that is certain is Everton to beat Derby. I can make a case for all the results going any way. I'll check the team news on Saturday and if Drogba and Lampard start, maybe Chelsea/ Everton double may be the bet to have.

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There are now just six remaining Premiership fixtures before the end of the season. That may make fans of online soccer betting feel a bit sad, but on the bright side there a half a dozen opportunities for bettors to get 60% better Premiership betting odds on Asian Handicaps at PinnacleSports.com.


United Travel to Riverside in Buoyant Mood

Manchester United will approach Sunday’s Premiership fixture at the Riverside in a buoyant mood, having put themselves in a very strong position to progress to the last four of the Champions League. Alex Ferguson is now eyeing a European and domestic double, with the only blot on a fantastic week being the knee injury Nemanja Vidic sustained in Rome. John O’Shea is however, an able deputy, and should slot into the back four against Middlesbrough, as the Red Devils look to consolidate their five point lead at the top of the Premiership table.

Cristiano Ronaldo continued his unstoppable form scoring against Roma, and given the cushion of the two goal lead against the Italians, Fergie may not feel the need to rest his star striker in preparation for the return leg on the 10th. Certainly, Boro’s manager, Gareth Southgate, would be happy to see the winger on the bench. His side have little left to play for, with an eight point gap between them and relegation, but should be lifted by the visit of the Champions. The Teessiders ran Chelsea close last week at Stamford Bridge, losing by a single goal, but PinnacleSports.com make them underdogs on their Asian Handicap pricing Man Utd 2.00 (-1 & -1.5)* with Middlesbrough 1.926 (+1 & +1.5)* - a market priced to less than 102%.


Arsenal & Liverpool Meet for Part II of Trilogy

Arsenal and Liverpool meet at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday lunchtime for a repeat of Wednesday night’s Champions League quarter-final first leg which ended 1-1, handing the advantage to the Scousers. The Gunners still retain a slim hope of catching Premiership leaders, Man Utd, given they must still visit Old Trafford, but to do that they must realistically win all remaining fixtures. Last weekend’s dramatic fight-back at the Reebok was Arsenal’s first win in five league games, and though it should have restored some confidence, it isn’t enough to dispel the feeling that Arsenal are a spent force.

Liverpool’s win in the Mersey Derby has put them in pole position to finish in the crucial fourth Champions League spot, achieved against a background of boardroom chaos. With a five point cushion to Everton, in fifth, a relatively comfortable run of fixtures to the end of the season, Rafa Benitez may feel justified in shuffling his side ahead of the return Champions League fixture at Anfield on Tuesday night. The most likely candidates to be rested are Steven Gerrard and Fernando Torres, Liverpool’s proven match-winners. Premiership bettors should play close attention to team news ahead of the game then check out PinnacleSports.com’s Asian Handicap odds, offering 60% value than the traditional bookmakers. Arsenal are priced marginal favourites 1.877 (0/scratch & -0.5)* with Liverpool 2.050 (0/scratch & +0.5)*.


*All odds subject to change




 Lock Stock and Two Smoking Carols

 By Gerry McDonnell

The adult film industry has many knockers, but I remain a fully-fledged supporter. My only possible critique would be that the storylines occasionally lack realism. I can't begin to tell you how disappointed I was with my job as a photocopier repair man.

My wife is a fierce critic of the genre as she incorrectly believes that the art form demeans women. Personally, I think it's a positive when a hobby becomes an occupation; I would love to get paid for sending nude photographs of myself to Cheryl Tweedy. I'll have to finance my pastime by backing Portsmouth at 10/11 to beat West Brom in their FA Cup semi-final.

My favourite sub-genre of the adult entertainment industry is the one when two ladies take a spiritual road to self-discovery. There are things I'd rather not see though, and watching Barnsley play Cardiff is the equivalent of watching Lisa Riley tinker with Jade Goody. Cardiff will probably win their semi at 11/8, but I'd rather watch something a little more uplifting.

Robbie Savage has all the attributes needed to launch a career in exotic films. He's blonde, he breathes heavily for 90 minutes and he never needs a second invitation to go down. I can't see the Derby man getting any satisfaction from Everton; the Toffeemen are the weekend banker at 2/7.

Roy Keane has always enjoyed a ruck, but he may be punching above his weight by labelling Sir Alex Ferguson 'a hypocrite'. Admittedly, he never mentioned Fergie by name, but it couldn't have been more obvious unless he used the term 'purple-nose'. Fulham can momentarily quieten the fiery Irishman at 11/8.

Manchester City have gone backwards since they signed Benjani. To be fair to Sven, he tried everything in his power to get out of the deal; he said he'd accept Benni McCarthy, Benayoun or Benny from Crossroads as a compromise, but it was all to no avail. Chelsea will take full advantage of Sven's massive rick at 4/5.

Mike Ashley has reportedly lost 129m gambling on financial markets; he's probably regretting following me in on last week's bets. I'm having 2 on Newcastle to beat Reading at 4/5.

The world and his dog are singing the praises of Cristiano Ronaldo, but Middlesbrough fans are a little more hesitant - all three of them believe that he's a diver. I nearly collapsed when I saw 15/2 next to a Boro win over Manchester United.

Steve Bruce will do everything in his power to send Birmingham down when Wigan face his former side on Saturday. I have nothing but admiration for Bruce's stance, you should always finish a job that you start. Wigan may have to settle for a point at 23/10.

I was stunned when Tottenham's defences were breached on numerous occasions by Newcastle last week. It was just like a scene from my favourite movie, 'Snatch'. I have a feeling that Tottenham may already be on their summer break; Blackburn can take full advantage at 6/4.

El Hadji Diouf would never make it in the world of erotic film - he's a spitter. I had to swallow on several occasions when I saw 8/11 for an Aston Villa win over Bolton.

They say that good things come in threes, and I'm a huge fan of the 'Rod-Farther Trilogy'. Arsenal are a confident shout at 6/5 to win the second part of their triple-header against Liverpool, unless the referee is Dirk Kuyt's neighbour.

It's now reached the stage where my wife has forced me to choose between her and my collection of adult art; so i'm on the lookout for a new dishwasher. Portsmouth, Arsenal, Chelsea and Newcastle form an 11/1 accer that will bring in the necessary funds.




Weekend Betting:


West Brom v Portsmouth Saturday 5th April 12:15 Live on BBC

West Brom 7/2
Draw 12/5
Portsmouth 10/11

Get on: Portsmouth


Arsenal v Liverpool Saturday 5th April 12:45 Live on Sky

Arsenal 6/5
Draw 9/4
Liverpool 11/4

Get on: Arsenal


Aston Villa v Bolton Saturday 5th April 15:00

Aston Villa 8/11
Draw 13/5
Bolton 9/2

Get on: Aston Villa


Blackburn v Tottenham Saturday 5th April 15:00

Blackburn 6/4
Draw 12/5
Tottenham 21/10

Get on: Blackburn


Fulham v Sunderland Saturday 5th April 15:00

Fulham 11/8
Draw 23/10
Sunderland 12/5

Get on: Fulham


Man City v Chelsea Saturday 5th April 15:00

Man City 9/2
Draw 13/5
Chelsea 4/5

Get on: Chelsea


Newcastle v Reading Saturday 5th April 15:00

Newcastle 4/5
Draw 13/5
Reading 7/2

Get on: Newcastle


Wigan v Birmingham Saturday 5th April 15:00

Wigan 6/5
Draw 23/10
Birmingham 11/4

Get on: Draw


Barnsley v Cardiff Sunday 6th April 16:00 Live on Sky

Barnsley 23/10
Draw 23/10
Cardiff 11/8

Get on: Cardiff


Middlesbrough v Man Utd Sunday 6th April 13:30 Live on Sky

Middlesbrough 15/2
Draw 7/2
Man Utd 4/9

Get on: Middlesbrough


Everton v Derby Sunday 6th April 15:00

Everton 2/7
Draw 9/2
Derby 14/1

Get on: Everton




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