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by Ben, last updated 2008-03-27 11:00:56

Manchester United (1.33) vs Aston Villa
Chelsea (1.33) vs Middlesbrough
Tottenham (1.67) vs Newcastle United

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 Premiership Online Betting Preview - Matchday 32 Preview (Mar 29-30)


Last weekend’s Grand Slam premiership fixtures lived up to the hype, producing goals, a red card and a dramatic finish at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea and Man Utd came out on top, shaking up the odds at online Premiership betting specialists, PinnacleSports.com. The pair look set to battle it out for the Premiership title, with their meeting on April 26th a possible decider. There is of course plenty more at stake in the remaining seven matchdays including European qualification and the relegation battle, but wherever the action is, PinnacleSports.com will be offering up to 60% better Premiership betting odds.


Fergie Believes Title Race Still Alive

Man Utd coach, Alex Ferguson, was in a gracious mood following his sides emphatic 3-0 win over Liverpool at Old Trafford last Sunday. The Premiership’s most experienced coach stated that ‘the title race is going right to end of the season’ despite his team opening a five-point gap over Chelsea, who leap-frogged Arsenal into second place. Despite his comments, Fergie must inwardly feel that the title is his to throw away, though the Red Devils still have Arsenal at home, and Chelsea away.

United have only a single name on their injury list - Louis Saha - but travel to Rome on Tuesday for the first leg of their Champions League quarter-final, which may mean Fergie shuffles the pack for Saturday’s home game with Aston Villa. The Villans are one of the most improved Premiership teams of the season, but their challenge for a UEFA Cup spot has floundered in recent weeks, and they are now without a win in four league fixtures, and haven’t kept a clean sheet in eighteen games, which is a real concern against the Premier League’s most potent strike force. Man Utd have won the last 13 meetings of the clubs, and PinnacleSports.com make them favourites on their Asian Handicap 1.813 (-1 & -1.5)* with Aston Villa 2.130 (+1 & +1.5)* – a market priced to only 102%.


More Than Pride at Stake in Mersey Derby

There is never any love lost when Everton and Liverpool play each other. The Mersey Derby could easily claim to be one of the most famous club rivalries in world football, but Sunday’s meeting at Anfield has the added spice of a battle for fourth place and Champions League qualification. Liverpool are currently two points ahead of the Toffees, having played the same number of games, with Portsmouth a further seven points adrift in sixth. This game will therefore have a crucial bearing on the battle to play on Europe’s biggest stage next season.

Both clubs experienced disappointing results last weekend. Liverpool were drubbed 3-0 at Old Trafford, while Everton were held at home by West Ham. The Reds will be without Javier Mascherano after his red card at the Theatre of Dreams, while Everton are weakened by the absence of two key attacking players, Tim Cahill and Andy Johnson. This game is often – unsurprisingly – a tense affair but Liverpool hold the upper hand as David Moyes’ side haven’t won at Anfield in seven Premiership visits, but four of those games ended in stalemate, three without a goal. PinnacleSports.com make Liverpool favourites 2.070 (-0.5 & -1)* with Everton 1.862 (+0.5 & +1)*.


*All odds subject to change




 My Big Fat Weak Wedding

 By Gerry McDonnell

Marriage is like a chicken vindaloo, it's something you have to try at least once, even though you know you'll later regret it.

I experienced my seven-year itch quite early, it was on the honeymoon. Fortunately, my wandering eye didn't lead to an act of betrayal, although I put that down to the fact that the barmaid was almost certainly a button-flicker.

If newspaper reports are to be believed, Paul Jewell has allegedly been getting his bread sliced at a different bakery. We can all come into a little dough when Fulham beat Derby at 7/5.

Cristiano Ronaldo has also 'entertained' a string of women over the past year, which probably explains why Sir Alex is demanding extra protection. I've been told that Ronaldo also has a large gay following; I can only assume that Cheryl has been overdoing it with the chip pan. Man U have won their last 13 matches against Aston Villa, I'll happily tuck into the 1/3 for another United win.

Javier Mascherano will miss the Merseyside derby after a ridiculous sending-off against Manchester United last week. If we start dismissing players just for being annoying, Chelsea would have to play every game with eight men. Everton haven't won at Anfield this millennium, I'll be seeing red if Liverpool slip up at 4/5.

A lack of respect for the referee is currently a hot topic, but it's going to be OK - Ian Wright has a four-step plan. I've solved the conundrum that is Chelsea v Middlesbrough; get on the baiters at 1/3.

Birmingham City are at the heart of a corruption investigation, presumably for buying Liam Ridgewell. Manchester City have come out on top on their last four meetings with the troubled Blues; it'll be a scandal if Sven's men don't take all three points at 9/4.

Gael Clichy is a lot like Ashley Cole. After tangling with Mido, the Arsenal full-back was left with an unwanted gash. I'll be half-cut when Arsenal bounce back against Bolton at 4/5.

After using flimsy excuses for arriving late at training, Liam Miller has been placed on the transfer list. Roy Keane quipped, "Don't get in a car with Liam, because he has more car crashes than anyone I know." Paul Jewell won't find jokes about car accidents very amusing; his Mercedes was involved in a rear-ender. West Ham can dent Sunderland's survival bid by taking a point at 23/10.

Emile Heskey has scored one goal in the last seven months, which is something of a purple patch for the clumsy striker. The big man is like Ashley Cole, he lacks confidence in the box. I'm more than comfortable with the 4/5 for a Pompey win over Wigan.

Shane Long may be on his way out of Reading. The surly striker is unhappy with being fined a week's wages for throwing his shirt at his manager; it would have been a lot worse if Ashley Cole hadn't quickly picked it up. I refuse to turn my back on the 6/4 for a Reading win over Blackburn.

If Tottenham do sell Berbatov in the summer, they should move to sign Ashley Cole and Shane Long. I believe Ashley would definitely be interested if Ramos promised to play three up front - especially if they're Long, Bent and Keane. I'll be riding the Tottenham train at 7/10 against Newcastle.

Like Ashley Cole and Paul Jewell, I have often been tempted by the fruit of another, but the grass is not always greener on the other side. It's like the old saying: why go out for a burger, when you've got a fat cow at home. Arsenal, Fulham, Tottenham and Liverpool form a sure-fire 11/1 accer that will allow me the opportunity to reconsider my position.



Weekend Betting:


Birmingham v Man City Saturday 29th March 15:00

Birmingham 7/5
Draw 23/10
Man City 9/4

Get on: Man City


Bolton v Arsenal Saturday 29th March 15:00

Bolton 9/2
Draw 11/4
Arsenal 4/5

Get on: Arsenal


Derby v Fulham Saturday 29th March 15:00

Derby 2/1
Draw 23/10
Fulham 7/5

Get on: Fulham


Portsmouth v Wigan Saturday 29th March 15:00

Portsmouth 4/5
Draw 13/5
Wigan 4/1

Get on: Portsmouth


Reading v Blackburn Saturday 29th March 15:00

Reading 6/4
Draw 23/10
Blackburn 2/1

Get on: Reading


Sunderland v West Ham Saturday 29th March 15:00

Sunderland 11/8
Draw 23/10
West Ham 23/10

Get on: Draw


Man Utd v Aston Villa Saturday 29th March 17:15 Live on Setanta

Man Utd 1/3
Draw 9/2
Aston Villa 11/1

Get on: Man Utd


Chelsea v Middlesbrough Sunday 30th March 13:30 Live on Setanta

Chelsea 1/3
Draw 9/2
Middlesbrough 11/1

Get on: Chelsea


Tottenham v Newcastle Sunday 30th March 15:00

Tottenham 7/10
Draw 3/1
Newcastle 9/2

Get on: Tottenham


Liverpool v Everton Sunday 30th March 16:00 Live on Sky

Liverpool 4/5
Draw 13/5
Everton 4/1

Get on: Liverpool





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