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by Ben, last updated 2008-01-24 14:30:49

 Premiership Betting - Matchday 24 Preview



The FA Cup is the main focus of English soccer betting action this weekend, but as Aston Villa and Blackburn are already eliminated, they face each other in the solitary Premiership fixture on Saturday. Less however is more if you take advantage of up to 60% better Premiership betting odds at PinnacleSports.com.


Premiership’s Aspiring Managers Come Face-to-Face at Villa Park

Two of the Premiership’s upcoming British managers meet at Villa Park on Saturday, in the weekend’s only Premiership fixture. Martin O’Neill has performed a near revolution at Aston Villa with the side challenging for European football, and boasting some of the best young talent in the division in the shape of Ashley Young and Gabriel Agbonlahor. The pair have been integral to the team’s success, which was two minute’s away from a famous victory at Anfield on Monday night. The game ended 2-2, only the second time this season Liverpool have conceded two goals at home.

Blackburn’s Mark Hughes is seen as a likely successor to Alex Ferguson and was strongly linked with the Newcastle post. Sparky has managed Rovers since 2004, and with a combination of astute transfers and excellent motivational skills has led them to consecutive European campaigns. Hughes will have been disappointed by the recent 4-1 FA Cup home defeat by Coventry City (of the Championship) and also by the 4-0 defeat that Villa inflicted on them at Ewood Park last November. However, they have won their last two away league fixtures and victory at Villa Park could put them on level points with the Claret and Blues, which would be crucial to their continuing European aspirations. PinnacleSports.com make Aston Villa marginal favourites 2.050 (-0.5)* with Blackburn 1.877 (+0.5)*.


*All odds subject to change


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 Driving Miss Dozy

 by Gerry McDonnell

Statistics are normally my trusted ally, but even close friends can occasionally fall out. Research claims to prove that men are over 50% more likely to be involved in a road accident than women, but that's probably because they've all been run over by dippy bints.

Only last weekend, the wife's vertiginous nature led to a particularly bad smash. Betty was seriously shaken up, but luckily, a Scientologist was quickly on the scene.

The incident would never have occurred if we lived in Saudi Arabia, as women are forbidden from driving by law. They must really respect their women to go to such lengths to keep them safe.

The Saudi ladies have many other social advantages. When Manchester United played their controversial testimonial in Riyadh, the women were all banned from the stadium; presumably to protect them from the shock of viewing Rooney and Tevez. I can't take my eyes off the 7/1 for a Tottenham win over a jetlagged United side.

While the Saudi women lead a life of luxury, the men are treated incredibly shabbily. Islamic law allows the males to marry up to four wives: so you can understand why a minority go apocalyptic. I'd consider destroying the West if I had to watch Eastenders four times a week.

It's not all doom and gloom for the men, as multiple weddings equate to multiple stag nights. It's a little bit different over there though: it takes the stripper 25 minutes to whip out her elbows. There won't be a Stag party when Mansfield face Middlesbrough, Southgate's men will knock them out at a fundamentally sound 4/9.

Amy Winehouse can only look on in jealousy at the freedoms offered to the women of the Middle East. Amy can't even water her plants without being harassed by the man, although she has been overdoing it with the hosepipe lately. I'll be having the craic with the 5/6 for a Derby win over Preston.

The footballing world has changed dramatically since Kevin Keegan last flexed his managerial muscle. The game is now awash with American cowboys, and in a sign of solidarity with our friendly-firing brothers, Joey Barton now walks like John Wayne. I won't be backing Arsenal at 2/5 against Newcastle. The hell I won't.

Liverpool v Havant & Waterlooville is what the FA Cup is all about: it's a bunch of nobodies getting spanked by a decent team. Bookies are as short as 1/100 about a Liverpool win, I'll play on the Reds -2.5 goals at a more punter friendly 1/2.

Wigan looked to have completed a canny piece of business with the signing of Wilson Palacios. The Honduran is nicknamed 'Harry Potter', a moniker earned when his brother disappeared. 8/15 for a Chelsea win over Wigan will be vanishing soon.

Mark Hughes is definitely a kind-hearted soul. He went face to face with Gareth Southgate last week, and he resisted the urge to laugh. I'll be smiling like a trout enthusiast around Leslie Ash when Aston Villa see off Blackburn at even money in the only Premier League fixture of the weekend.

Frankly, I was quite disturbed by the news that Leslie Ash pocketed 5m after contracting a bug while in hospital. It's not like Lee Chapman needs the money, he already owns a mobile exercise unit.

The controversial payout has led me to consider moving to the utopia that is Saudi Arabia. Naturally, this would lead to a conversion to Islam, which will conflict with my liberal beliefs. The wife would have to wear a veil though, so it's swings and roundabouts. Aston Villa, Arsenal, Portsmouth, Southampton and Watford form a 10/1 weekend accer that will pay for the necessary amount of tarpaulin.





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