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by Ben, last updated 2008-03-13 20:19:08

 Premiership Betting - Matchday 30 Preview (Mar 15-17)


After failure in both the Carling and FA Cup, the sharks are circling around Chelsea’s Avram Grant, while West Ham’s Alan Curbishley and Newcastle’s Kevin Keegan are both in deep water following a string of heavy defeats. Its getting to crunch time in the Premiership, so all managers will fee the pressure to a certain extent, but bettors have to decide which teams will sink and which will swim, then go to PinnacleSports.com for up to 60% better Premiership betting odds.


Another Uphill Struggle for Championship Bound Derby

Poor Derby are having a tough time of it in the Premier League. The Rams have won just one game all season, and with eight games remaining are a massive 16 points from safety. After Wednesday night’s heavy 6-1 defeat at Stamford Bridge, the Premiership’s bottom club entertain Man Utd at Pride Park on Saturday, with another uphill struggle anticipated. For most punters it is matter of not if Derby lose, but by how many. In that case it’s important to note that despite their woes, Derby have only lost three home games by more than a single goal this season.

Man Utd were incensed by last weekend’s exit from the FA Cup, heavily criticising the referee, and will be in the mood for revenge at Pride Park. The fate of the defending Premiership Champions is in their own hands; if they win all their remaining games, they will retain the title, and this is certainly a game they would expect to take maximum points from. Complacency is the probably the biggest threat, but Alex Ferguson is the Premier League’s most experienced boss, and the home defeat by Pompey will have brought his side down to earth. PinnacleSports.com price Man Utd favourites 1.714 (-1.5 & -2)* with Derby 2.300 (+1.5 & +2)* – a market priced to less than 102%.


Gunners Need Reaction to Poor Show at JJB

Premiership leaders, Arsenal, were literally bogged down on a muddy pitch at the JJB Stadium last Sunday, sharing a disappointing goalless draw with Wigan. The result was a shock as the Gunners were riding high after the historic 2-0 win over AC Milan at the San Siro. In the title race the pendulum now swings back to Man Utd, who have a game in hand, so Arsenal can ill afford further slip-ups.

Arsenal entertain Middlesbrough at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday evening, when Robin Van Persie should start his first league game since the seventh of October. The Dutchman should add some attacking spice as the Gunners seek to end a four game run without a Premiership win. Boro will still be licking their wounds after being booed off the pitch by home fans who watched them lose to Cardiff in the FA Cup, but they held Villa to a draw on Wednesday should have lifted their spirits a little. Nevertheless, PinnacleSports.com price Arsenal favourites 1.800 (-1.5)* with Middlesbrough 2.150 (+1.5)*.


*All odds subject to change




 There's life in the old dog...unfortunately

 by Gerry McDonnell

Like Wayne Rooney, I'm a lover of the old. I'm never happier than when some wrinkled old seaside-bungalow hogger is regaling me with tales of a bygone age.

If my old man is to be believed, and he's not, football was completely different in the old days. Goals were celebrated by a handshake, an assault on a goalkeeper was practically encouraged and heading the ball led to a short stay in hospital, which was basically a shed with a sponge.

I'm unsure of the best way of handling the elderly when they reach such a constant state of dull reflection, but only a fool should rule out euthanasia. It looks like Avram Grant will soon be put out of his misery; Sunderland can lend a helping hand at 7/1.

Mohammed Al Fayed is another pensioner who appears to have lost the plot. He's gone from Coleman to Sanchez to Hodgson; he's only one step away from a Souness. Everton will make Fulham pay the ultimate price at 6/5.

Time has also caught up with the once sharp Harry Redknapp. The technophobic manager's memory is in such a poor state, he's now being cordial to the BBC. The old people alliance will not be amused by this shock development. I'll be splitting my sides when the Villa leave Fratton Park with the win at 21/10.

If Derby are dead and Fulham are dying, then Newcastle have just found a rather large mole. I can certainly empathise; I wake up next to a large lump every morning. A bet on Birmingham to beat Newcastle at 13/10 will lead to a substantial growth in the betting bank.

Now that Rafa Benitez has finally came to his senses, Liverpool's results have improved dramatically. I can't think of anyone who was a fan of the rotation policy, other than Alex Gerrard. Liverpool and Torres are on fire, Reading will feel the heat at 2/7.

I was not a happy bunny when Arsenal let me down for an accer last week. I haven't felt such intense disappointment since Maggie Thatcher was released from hospital. The Gunners will almost certainly make amends at 2/7 against a goal-shy Middlesbrough.

I hold no grudge against Arsenal for their slip-up at Wigan: I know what it's like to be tucked up by an ugly pitch. Bolton will also struggle at the JJB, I'm siding with the draw at 23/10.

If David Bentley was made of chocolate, he'd probably eat himself. That's something I would never do - I refuse to queue-jump. People will be lining up to back Blackburn at 2/1 against a struggling West Ham.

I know pensioners enjoy a little whinge, but Sir Alex Ferguson took the art of complaining to a new level in last week's extraordinary post-match interview. For me, Fergie has been on a slippery slope since that Pikey punched him in the nuts; shame on you Mr Savage. Fergie will get revenge when United ease past Derby at 1/5.

With old people, you have to be thankful for small mercies. I remember walking in on my old man as he watched Baywatch, and I was shocked to see his hand moving up and down on his lap. Fortunately, it was just Parkinson's. Tottenham are one win away from their 4th straight double over Manchester City; I'll be shaking if they fail to oblige at 9/5.

I speak in jest at the plight of the elderly, but it's criminal that they have to live on such a pittance. I was left dumbstruck when I cashed in the old man's pension - I could only afford six cases of lager. Arsenal, Everton, Tottenham and Birmingham form a pleasing 16/1 accer that will allow me the opportunity to pay him back in full. Maybe.



Weekend Betting:


Derby v Man Utd Saturday 15th March 15:00

Derby 16/1
Draw 11/2
Man Utd 1/5

Get on: Man Utd


Liverpool v Reading Saturday 15th March 15:00

Liverpool 2/7
Draw 9/2
Reading 12/1

Get on: Liverpool


Portsmouth v Aston Villa Saturday 15th March 15:00

Portsmouth 7/5
Draw 9/4
Aston Villa 21/10

Get on: Aston Villa


Sunderland v Chelsea Saturday 15th March 15:00

Sunderland 7/1
Draw 16/5
Chelsea 8/15

Get on: Sunderland


West Ham v Blackburn Saturday 15th March 15:00

West Ham 6/4
Draw 23/10
Blackburn 2/1

Get on: Blackburn


Arsenal v Middlesbrough Saturday 15th March 17:15 Live on Setanta

Arsenal 2/7
Draw 9/2
Middlesbrough 12/1

Get on: Arsenal


Fulham v Everton Sunday 16th March 13:30 Live on Sky

Fulham 11/4
Draw 12/5
Everton 6/5

Get on: Everton


Wigan v Bolton Sunday 16th March 15:00

Wigan 5/4
Draw 23/10
Bolton 12/5

Get on: Draw


Man City v Tottenham Sunday 16th March 16:00 Live on Sky

Man City 13/8
Draw 23/10
Tottenham 9/5

Get on: Tottenham


Birmingham v Newcastle Monday 17th March 20:00 Live on Setanta

Birmingham 13/10
Draw 12/5
Newcastle 12/5

Get on: Birmingham

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