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by Ben, last updated 2007-11-29 19:37:48

 Premiership Betting Preview - Matchday 15 Preview


Two new Premiership managers were unveiled this week at Derby and Birmingham, while rumours are circulating that Rafa Benitez may have over-stepped the mark with his criticism of Liverpool’s American owners, Tom Hicks and George Gillett. These drastic moves reflect the fact that the Premiership season is reaching a tipping point for those clubs serious about making a title challenge, as well those struggling at the foot of the table. Bettors should make careful note of the managerial activity before taking advantage of up to 60% better Premier League betting odds at PinnacleSports.com.


Liverpool Staying Focused Despite Boardroom Battle

Following the mass show of support at Anfield on Wednesday night, Rafa Benitez will be in bullish move for the visit of Bolton Wanderers on Sunday. With better finishing from Fernando Torres, the Reds could have beaten Newcastle by far more than three goals last weekend. Ringing the changes again, Benitez gave the first league starts of the season to young Brazilian, Lucas Leiva, and injury prone, Harry Kewell. Leiva was effectively employed in front of the back four, while Kewell formed part of an attacking formation along with Dirk Kuyt and the wasteful Torres.

If the young Spaniard has his shooting boots on against the Trotters, it could be a busy day for goalkeeper, Jussi Jaaskelainen. Bolton will be boosted by last weekend’s home win over Champions, Manchester United, which lifted them out of the relegation places, but Gary Megson’s side are still searching for their first away win. They have taken just two points from six games on the road, scoring only four times, and have one less day than Liverpool to prepare after midweek European action. Bolton have lost on their last five visits to Anfield, failing to score in four of those games. PinnacleSports.com make Liverpool favourites 2.080 (-1.5) with Bolton 1.855 (+1.5).


Gunners Take Unbeaten Record to Villa Park

Unbeaten in the Premiership, Arsenal travel to Villa Park on Saturday looking to maintain their lead at the top of the Premiership table. Arsene Wenger shouldn’t be too disappointed that his young side experience their first loss of the season away to Sevilla on Wednesday. He fielded an experienced side, safe in the knowledge that they will make the knock-out stages. He used Cesc Fabregas for only 56 minutes, and given the young Spaniard missed last weekend’s win over Wigan due to suspension, he should be fresh and raring to go for the game against the Villans.

The absence of Fabregas was telling, as the Gunners struggled to break down a resolute Wigan side. His creativity is critically important to the side, and will be needed against a very well organized Aston Villa side who have recorded three straight Premiership victories, conceding just once. Martin O’Neill has John Carew fit again, and the big Norwegian provides a perfect foil for the pacey Ashley Young and Gabriel Agbonlahor. These are exciting times for the Midlands’ club, who have real European ambitions, but they still have someway to go to bridge the club with the Premiership’s elite. Aston Villa have beaten Arsenal in seventeen meetings and PinnacleSports.com price the game Arsenal 1.980 (-0.5) with Aston Villa 1.943 (+0.5) – a market priced to under 102%.




 Short and fat, with a Terry on the top

 by Gerry McDonnell

Sigmund Freud was nothing but a hairy quack. My cantankerous nature is not the result of a repressed Oedipus complex; I only feel hostility towards my father because he's really annoying.

Before senility kicked in, the old fellow would try in vain to act cool around my friends. I genuinely sympathise with anyone who has had to endure a similar ordeal; so naturally I have plenty of time for Shaun Wright-Phillips.

I must defend Shaun after allegations that he left a female guest in tears at his recent birthday bash. It's been reported that the young lady broke down when Wright-Phillips allegedly snatched her camera. All she had to do was hold it up in the air.

I can't be as forgiving in regard to the disgraceful behaviour of John Terry. I have no problem with the England captain publicly urinating in a cup; but hitting the dance floor remains a strict social faux pas for any self-respecting male.

Frank Lampard was on his best behaviour at the party, as he's completely focused on his personal grudge match against West Ham. I guess it's true about an elephant never forgetting. I've emailed myself a reminder to get on Chelsea at 1/3.

Email has definitely made my daily life more efficient, but it really annoys me when I receive about 40 emails a day asking me to buy Viagra. On reflection, I should never have shared my email address with the wife. Paul Jewell will definitely struggle to keep Derby up: I'm hitting the 7/10 for a Sunderland win over the Rams.

It's been a great week for the Birmingham City board. The Blues could easily afford to pay the Scottish FA 1m in compensation for Alex McLeish, as they had already received 3m from Wigan for Steve Bruce. I just hope they bought Dave Whelan breakfast after hammering out that deal. I'm filling up on the colossal 1/2 for a Tottenham win over the fortunate Brummies.

Stephen Hunt was up to his old tricks last week. I haven't seen such a disappointing tackle since pictures of John Terry's cup-trick circulated on the internet. We can all go out on the lash when the overpriced Middlesbrough scythe through a mediocre Reading at 16/5.

Has there ever been a more annoying person than Jamie Redknapp? I normally abhor violence, but if I ever met his old man; I'd have to give him a backhander. I'm putting my hands up to backing Pompey at 5/4 against Everton.

I was stunned to read that Rafa Benitez is on the verge of losing his job. I asked a Liverpool supporter friend, Rob Smith, for his opinion. "We can only win cups under Rafa, he claimed, and then we have to go to the trouble of keeping them away from John Terry." I refuse to hide away from the 1/3 for a Liverpool win over Bolton.

A comical misunderstanding had led to the FA charging Sir Alex Ferguson with using foul and abusive language to an official. Fergie told Mark Clattenburg that he hoped to fight off competition for Yakubu's signature when the transfer window reopens in January: which explains the use of the phrase 'Yak hunt'. Manchester United have scored 20 goals in there last four matches against Fulham; the 1/5 for a United win can only be interpreted as an absolute banker.

The usual suspects have been quick to condemn supporters who choose to boo the England players who let their country down, but I believe the fans' reaction was perfectly justified. I do hope the Manchester City supporters lay off Emile Heskey though; as he was never really an England player. The 9/4 for a draw between Wigan and Manchester City deserves a rapturous welcome.

Arsene Wenger compared managing England to putting your head in the mouth of a crocodile. That's definitely a bad move unless you've got a miniscule head, like John Terry. Arsenal are unbeaten at Villa Park on their last eight meets; there's nothing diminutive about the even money for another victory for the all conquering Gunners.

I have nothing but admiration for Sam Allardyce after he asked the FA to rule him out of contention for the England post. I've followed Sam's lead, and have asked Natasha Kaplinsky to rule me out of any potential boyfriend position she may have. I will be getting on the 10/11 for a Blackburn win over Newcastle.

I did feel sorry for Big Sam when I heard Newcastle fans chant "You don't know what you're doing." These supporters regularly take off their shirts in the middle of winter: tactics may not be their strong point. Backing Blackburn, Sunderland, Arsenal, Liverpool, Tottenham and Manchester United in a 13/1 accer is a manoeuvre that even the shivering Geordies can warm to.



Weekend Betting:


Chelsea v West Ham Saturday 1st December 12:45 Live on Sky

Chelsea 1/3
Draw 9/2
West Ham 12/1

Get on: Chelsea

Match Special:
Frank Lampard to score at any time 7/4

Blackburn v Newcastle Saturday 1st December 15:00

Blackburn 10/11
Draw 5/2
Newcastle 7/2

Get on: Blackburn

Match Special:
Joey Barton to be booked 9/4

Portsmouth v Everton Saturday 1st December 15:00

Portsmouth 5/4
Draw 9/4
Everton 13/5

Get on: Portsmouth

Match Special:
Kranjcar to score from outside the penalty area 8/1

Reading v Middlesbrough Saturday 1st December 15:00

Reading 11/10
Draw 23/10
Middlesbrough 16/5

Get on: Middlesbrough

Match Special:
Downing to score at any time 6/1

Sunderland v Derby Saturday 1st December 15:00

Sunderland 7/10
Draw 13/5
Derby 9/2

Get on: Sunderland

Match Special:
Kenwyne Jones to score with a header 5/1

Wigan v Man City Saturday 1st December 15:00

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

Get on: Draw

Match Special:
Petrov to score in a 1-1 draw 20/1

Aston Villa v Arsenal Saturday 1st December 17:15 Live on Setanta

Aston Villa 7/2
Draw 12/5
Arsenal Evs

Get on: Arsenal

Match Special:
Arsenal to score three or more goals 10/3

Liverpool v Bolton Sunday 2nd December 15:00

Liverpool 1/3
Draw 4/1
Bolton 12/1

Get on: Liverpool

Match Special:
Liverpool to win and keep a clean sheet 6/5

Tottenham v Birmingham Sunday 2nd December 16:00 Live on Sky

Tottenham 1/2
Draw 16/5
Birmingham 7/1

Get on: Tottenham

Match Special:
Berbatov to score two or more goals 11/2

Man Utd v Fulham Monday 3rd December 20:00 Live on Setanta

Man Utd 1/5
Draw 11/2
Fulham 18/1

Get on: Man Utd

Match Special:
Ronaldo to score direct from a free-kick 8/1





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