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by Ben, last updated 2007-10-25 19:12:58

 Premiership Betting - Matchday 11 Preview


Reigning Premiership champions, Manchester United, have an opportunity this weekend to go top of the Premier League table for the first time this season. After a poor start, the Red Devils have hauled themselves up to second in the table, and have a very winnable game at home to Middlesbrough on Saturday, while the team at the top of the pile, Arsenal, have a tough trip to Anfield. For up to 60% better Premiership betting odds on both of these key fixtures, go to PinnacleSports.com.


Rampant Red Devils Ready to Cut Down Boro

Man Utd’s season has taken off in recent weeks scoring 12 goals in three consecutive victories. The goal-rush is a welcome departure from the string of a 1-0 wins that characterised their early season form, and suggests that Tevez and Rooney are forging an understanding up front, while Ronaldo – with four goals in three games - looks back to his best. The only downer for coach, Alex Ferguson, is the addition of Paul Scholes to the midfield injury list, alongside Owen Hargreaves and Michael Carrick.

Fergie will however, be confident that his side has the strength in depth to see off struggling Boro at the Theatre of Dreams. His side have been rampant in recent Premier League fixtures and coped with those absentees in Moscow on Tuesday night, winning 4-2. In stark contrast, Boro are in freefall, having taken just one point from their last five league games. Goal-scoring has been a real problem, with the Teessiders failing to score in three of their four away defeats. The one key point in Boro’s favour is the fact that they are unbeaten in four league visits to Old Trafford. Nevertheless, PinnacleSports.com price Man Utd strong favourites at 1.901 (-1.5 & -2), with Middlesbrough 2.03 (+1.5 & +2).


Unbeaten Gunners Face First True Challenge at Anfield

Sunday’s fixture at Anfield, between Liverpool and Arsenal, the Premier League’s two remaining unbeaten sides, is the first big clash of the season, and should provide an indication of their title-credential. The Gunners are top of the Premiership table, and come into the game on the back of 12 consecutive wins in all competitions for the concession of just four goals. The most recent 7-0 Champions League win at home to Slavia Prague, equalled the record win in the competition.

Liverpool’s fortunes have been going in the opposite direction. The Reds have a mountain to climb in Europe after Wednesday night’s defeat in Turkey, and have drawn their last two home league fixtures. Last Saturday’s Derby win at Goodison Park was a welcome fillip, but, Steven Gerrard, put in another muted performance. Rafa Benitez pulled off his captain off after 71 minutes with the scores tied, a surprising move given that Gerrard is Liverpool’s proven match-winner. Fernando Torres sat out that game with a thigh injury, but should be fit by the weekend, while Arsenal will definitely be without top league scorer, Robin Van Persie.


Best Premiership Odds at PinnacleSports.com




 Lies, Damn Lies and Jamie Redknapp

 by Gerry McDonnell

My heart goes out to supporters of Liverpool FC. The club have been rocked by Champions League failure, the validity of their Merseyside derby victory has been questioned, and they have to travel to Liverpool at least once a fortnight.

Steven Gerrard probably received the brunt of the criticism after the controversial derby day win. I have an enormous amount of sympathy for the talismanic captain; it can't be easy to play football, roll over and referee all at the same time.

The persecution of Dirk Kuyt is equally as perplexing. The flying Dutchman was pilloried for an alleged dangerous tackle, but who wouldn't jump in the air if they caught an unexpected glimpse of Phil Neville?

Jamie Redknapp has also been slaughtered for a perceived bias in his punditry. The ex-Red claimed that Jamie Carragher's body-slam of Joleon Lescott did not merit a penalty, and amusingly maintained his stance while watching replays of the assault. Even Comical Ali would have thrown his hands up on that one.

I hope Jamie will be in the studio for Sunday's big Liverpool v Arsenal match, as I'm trying to land a touch on potential Redknapp quotes. 'Stevie didn't dive, he fell over,' 'This rotation policy is a masterstroke,' 'Sure, Jamie kicked him three times, but they were accidental' and 'Rafa's beard does not make him look camper than a bowl of strawberries' are all confident selections.

I'll probably have to settle for a bet on Arsenal to win the match. The Gunners are flying high in the Premiership and they scored a magnificent seven in midweek. I'm going to dive on the 21/10 like i've just received the merest of nudges outside of a penalty area.

Fulham have to be opposed at the Stadium of Light. Apparently, millions of Chinese people have been killed, and people are pointing the finger at Chairman Mo. Sunderland look a great bet at 11/10 to take advantage of a club in crisis.

Dave Whelan remains a genuine character. He's quick to condemn foreign managers, third-party player ownership and the loan system, yet his views on price fixing in the retail industry are kept remarkably close to his chest. The 23/20 for a Birmingham win over Wigan is vastly over inflated.

I've got a lot of time for Sven Goran Eriksson, probably because he's pulled more darlings than the Chancellor of the Exchequer's wife. The 3/1 for Manchester City leaving Chelsea with a draw ticks a multitude of boxes.

Joey Barton's return to first team action will take his mind off the impending court case. There's a real chance that Joey may end up doing a little stretch, and his cellmate will definitely be doing a little bird. You should be locked up if you miss out on the 13/8 for a Newcastle win at Reading.

The wife is a massive fan of MC Hammer: she sings 'you can't touch this' every night. Everybody's a winner. You don't have to be drunk to partake in the 4/1 for a West Ham win over Pompey.

Bolton have reportedly made Gary Megson and Graeme Souness their top two targets in their search for a new manager. I'm guessing that Phil Gartside is in possession of a barrel with extensive scrape damage. The Villa are unbeaten in four at the Reebok, they're practically unmissable at 19/10 against a Bolton side tottering on the verge of self destruction.

Tottenham are also in a spot of bother. Jermain Defoe can't make the bench and Berbatov refuses to leave it. Darren Bent is about as potent as a half a shandy and they have more holes in their defence than OJ. Recent history suggests that Blackburn will hold Tottenham to a draw at 23/10; I absolutely refuse to argue.

Middlesbrough have been rocked by injury news ahead of their trip to Old Trafford: Mido is definitely fit. Bookies have opened the spread on Ronaldo's dive to earn the penalty at 65-68 minutes, and that's probably a sell. United are the weekend banker at 1/5.

Keith Hackett had to apologise to Rafa Benitez earlier in the season after a poor refereeing performance: I wouldn't like to think about what he now owes David Moyes. Well certainly not while other people are in the office. Everton are only facing 11 men against Derby this week, they'll hack up at 13/10.

The only real positive to emerge from the Merseyside derby was the revelation that Phil Neville was quite good with his hands. I'm guessing that's born of necessity. Newcastle, Everton and Arsenal are the standout weekend picks, they form a 17/1 treble that even Phil can get on.


Weekend Betting:


Birmingham v Wigan Saturday 27th October 15:00

Birmingham 23/20
Draw 23/10
Wigan 13/5

Get on: Birmingham

Match Special:
Birmingham to win and keep a clean sheet 23/10

Chelsea v Man City Saturday 27th October 15:00

Chelsea 4/7
Draw 3/1
Man City 6/1

Get on: Draw

Match Special:
No goalscorer in the match 11/1

Man Utd v Middlesbrough Saturday 27th October 15:00

Man Utd 1/5
Draw 6/1
Middlesbrough 18/1

Get on: Man Utd

Match Special:
Rooney and Tevez both to score 5/1

Reading v Newcastle Saturday 27th October 15:00

Reading 17/10
Draw 12/5
Newcastle 13/8

Get on: Newcastle

Match Special:
Martins to score two or more goals 9/1

Sunderland v Fulham Saturday 27th October 15:00

Sunderland 11/10
Draw 23/10
Fulham 13/5

Get on: Sunderland

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

Portsmouth v West Ham Saturday 27th October 17:15 Live on Setanta

Portsmouth 5/6
Draw 5/2
West Ham 4/1

Get on: West Ham

Match Special:
Bellamy to score the only goal of the game 66/1

Bolton v Aston Villa Sunday 28th October 13:30 Live on Sky

Bolton 17/10
Draw 23/10
Aston Villa 19/10

Get on: Aston Villa

Match Special:
Agbonlahor to score the first goal 8/1

Derby v Everton Sunday 28th October 14:00

Derby 12/5
Draw 5/2
Everton 13/10

Get on: Everton

Match Special:
Arteta to score at any time 5/1

Tottenham v Blackburn Sunday 28th October 15:00

Tottenham 5/4
Draw 23/10
Blackburn 11/4

Get on: Draw

Match Special:
Match to finish 2-2 14/1

Liverpool v Arsenal Sunday 28th October 16:00 Live on Sky

Liverpool 11/8
Draw 23/10
Arsenal 21/10

Get on: Arsenal

Match Special:
Arsenal to score three or more goals 6/1





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