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Weekend Football Betting Tips

by Ben, last updated 2007-02-07 21:56:35

Well, the bet of the weekend for me is the "Big 3" all to win. You can get 1.93 at bluesquare. All are playing at home. Man U have Charlton who are relegation candidates, Arsenal have Wigan who aren’t doing much better. Chelsea have Middlesbrough which is ever so slightly risky. Still at almost even money this is an excellent bet.

1.93 at bluesquare for the Big 3 all to win. (Its 1.75 on average everywhere else)

 Pinnacle Picks


Last weekend Manchester United maintained their six point lead over an improving Chelsea, with an impressive 4-0 romp at White Hart Lane. That situation is unlikely to change with the Premiership schedule handing both sides comfortable home ties on Saturday. The fixed odds for United's home game with Charlton, and Boro's visit to Stamford Bridge will be prohibitively short, but both games are perfect prospects for Asian Handicap betting, where www.pinnaclesports.com is the industry leader, offering 60% better odds than traditional bookies.

Rooney's Absence Only Ray of Hope for Struggling Charlton
Alan Pardew has been encouraged by the recent improvement in Charlton's form, and the attitude his squad have adopted in the face of the threat of relegation. The ex-Hammers' boss is up against it however, as Saturday's visit to Old Trafford follows hot on the heels of the visit of Chelsea to the Valley, which ended in defeat for Charlton.

Their were plenty of positives to take out of the narrow 1-0 loss to the Champions, but the Addicks record at the Theatre of Dreams strongly suggests that punters may only profit with the aid of an Asian Handicap. www.pinnaclesports.com are offering the Londoners 1.952 (+2) with the Premiership leaders 1.971 (-2), but bettors must bear in mind that Charlton have lost nine straight encounters with the Red Devils, conceding an average of three goals per game. The only ray of light for the visitors is the absence of Wayne Rooney through suspension.

Chelsea Must Keep Pressure on United
Chelsea's win at the Valley last Saturday was important not only for keeping the pressure on United, but for John Terry's brief involvement (from the 88th minute) and the equally significant show of solidarity between players and manager after the final whistle. Despite rumours of conflict between Mourinho and Abramovich, it appears the Special One still has the crucial support of the dressing room.

The Champions return to their home fortress this weekend as they welcome Gareth Southgate's Middlesbrough. www.pinnaclesports.com rate Boro 1.901 (+1.5) which seems generous considering the Teessiders have won the last two meetings of the clubs. However, both victories were with home advantage, and their record at Stamford Bridge is far less encouraging. Boro have failed to score in their last five visits to the Bridge, so given Chelsea's understandable motivation, www.pinnaclesports.com have the Londoners 2.03 (-1.5).

Crucial Relegation Battle at Upton Park
Saturday's clash between West Ham and Watford at Upton Park is probably the first relegation six-pointer of the season. No-one can reasonably dispute that both clubs are in peril of the drop, so with the price on survival conservatively estimated to be GBP30million, this game assumes mammoth importance. The Hammers are five points above Watford but having played a game more, that gap could quickly evaporate should the Hornets repeat the comfortable 1-0 win achieved in FA Cup dress rehearsal two weeks ago.

Since then Alan Curbishley has drafted in reinforcements, but GBP6million signing, Matthew Upson, lasted just 30 minutes of his debut, and was forced to watch as his new side failed to win for their ninth successive Premiership game. He remains crocked, but Lucas Neill, Anton Ferdinand and Carlos Tevez are all available for a game where West Ham's big players must show their desire to keep the club up. Despite their dire form www.pinnaclesports.com still has West Ham as slight favourites 1.833 (-0.5) and Watford 2.100 (+0.5).

Improving Wigan Still Not Safe
Last Saturday Wigan ended an atrocious nine game losing week by beating Portsmouth at the JJB, giving them a little breathing space from the bottom three. However, defeat at the Emirates Stadium will put the pressure back on, and Paul Jewell is well aware that Arsenal remain unbeaten at home. The 'Latics have conceded twelve goals in their last four failed away trips, so www.pinnaclesports.com have taken no chances for Sunday's game at Arsenal. The Gunners, unbeaten in nine games are favourites 1.893 (-1.5), with the struggling visitors 2.04 (+1.5). Wigan played twice away to Arsenal last season losing 4-2 in the league and 2-1 in the Carling Cup.

60% better odds at www.pinnaclesports.com !


 Gerry's Picks

 by Gerry McDonnell

In Thickness and in Elf

Whenever possible, I try to accentuate the positive. Even when I caught the wife cheating on me, I remained upbeat; it was one less unpleasant job for me.

I also hold no grudge against her partner. In fact, I'm having a fiver each-way on him at Cheltenham.

As a genuinely magnanimous person, I feel I must defend Cristiano Ronaldo. If it wasn't for the Portuguese wizard, we wouldn't have the visually stunning yet ultimately useless multiple step-over manoeuvre. The lord of the wings will inspire Manchester United to an easy win over Charlton; I'm falling over myself to get on at 1/6.

The new owners of Liverpool FC have vowed to uphold the traditions of the franchise; Gillett and Hicks have already helped themselves to three sets of hubcaps. The Pool will have to settle for a point against Newcastle at 12/5.

Everton supporters are justifiably upset with Rafa Benitez for his ‘small club' jibe. The Toffeemen once had a player who scored 60 goals in a season; I think it was Pixie Dean. The 6/5 for little Everton to see off Blackburn will lead to substantial financial growth.

Everton intend to strengthen their squad in the summer; David Moyes is planning a small bid for Petit. Tiny Tim Cahill is definitely due a goal, I'm goblin up the 7/1 for him to open the scoring.

Reading v Aston Villa is a ‘Robbie Williams' match, it could easily go either way. Advising ‘No bet' in a match is like going home from the pub after two pints; occasionally sensible, but incredibly camp. Just like with the wife's sister, I'm going to try my best to stay out of it.

Gareth Southgate is exceeding all expectations at the Riverside. Admittedly, his predecessor was Steve McClaren, so avoiding relegation without spending the equivalent of the Chinese GDP would be considered a relative success. Boro can snatch a point at Stamford Bridge at 9/2.

Robbie Savage and Ashley Cole have suffered nasty injuries in recent weeks; El Hadji Diouf must be petrified. Bolton will lambaste Fulham at 8/11.

West Ham are in a spot of bother. In fact, it's closer to a melanoma. The Hammers are now odds on for the drop and their big signings are collapsing like a Portuguese winger. West Ham can rejoin the road to safety by cutting up Watford at a raging 5/6.

Arsenal may play football beautifully, but their goal celebrations are a lot less pleasing to the eye. Henry and Adebayor are yet to learn that two men dancing together is only acceptable if the ‘eight pint minimum' rule has been strictly adhered to. The Gunners will waltz past Wigan at 2/7.

I never thought I'd use the word ‘International' in relation to Joey Barton, unless it was swiftly followed by the word ‘fugitive'. England's new boy can ensure Man City leave Fratton Park with a point at 9/4.

Martin Jol may look like Popeye, but it's been far from plain sailing for Tottenham in recent weeks. The Spurs faithful have had all they can stand, they can't stands no more. Sheffield United can add salt at 19/10.

This weeks accer is so colossal, little Everton would need a stepladder just to reach its kneecaps. Everton, Sheffield United, West Ham and Arsenal are the selections, the payout is an ever decreasing 13/1.


Weekend Betting:


Reading v Aston Villa Saturday 10th February 12:45 Live on Premiership Plus

Reading 11/10
Draw 9/4
Aston Villa 11/4

Get on: ‘No bet'

Match Special:
McCann to be booked 5/2

Chelsea v Middlesbrough Saturday 10th February 15:00

Chelsea 1/4
Draw 9/2
Middlesbrough 12/1

Get on: Draw

Match Special:
Middlesbrough to score the first goal 4/1

Everton v Blackburn Saturday 10th February 15:00

Everton 6/5
Draw 9/4
Blackburn 5/2

Get on: Everton

Match Special:
Cahill to score with a header 11/2

Man Utd v Charlton Saturday 10th February 15:00

Man Utd 1/6
Draw 6/1
Charlton 20/1

Get on: Man Utd

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

Newcastle v Liverpool Saturday 10th February 15:00

Newcastle 3/1
Draw 12/5
Liverpool 11/10

Get on: Draw

Match Special:
Martins to score in a 1-1 draw 16/1

Sheff Utd v Tottenham Saturday 10th February 15:00

Sheff Utd 19/10
Draw 9/4
Tottenham 6/4

Get on: Sheff Utd

Match Special:
Rob Hulse to score the only goal of the game 45/1

West Ham v Watford Saturday 10th February 15:00

West Ham 5/6
Draw 23/10
Watford 7/2

Get on: West Ham

Match Special:
West Ham to score three or more goals 11/4

Portsmouth v Man City Saturday 10th February 17:15 Live on Premiership Plus

Portsmouth Evs
Draw 9/4
Man City 10/3

Get on: Draw

Match Special:
No goalscorer in the match 17/2

Bolton v Fulham Sunday 11th February 13:30 Live on Sky

Bolton 8/11
Draw 13/5
Fulham 4/1

Get on: Bolton

Match Special:
Bolton to win and keep a clean sheet 13/8

Arsenal v Wigan Sunday 11th February 16:00 Live on Sky

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

Get on: Arsenal

Match Special:
Henry to score from a Fabregas pass 5/1

Bet with bet365 | betdirect | bluesquare




 Bet365 Picks

 by Bet365

PREMIERSHIP PROPHECY – GOALS, GOALS, GOALS!
 
Man United (1/7) look to have a relatively easy task this weekend at home to Charlton, while main rivals Chelsea (1/4) entertain Middlesbrough, and for both of these games the question is surely not ‘what will the result be?’ but ‘what will the score be?’.
 
Watford went to Old Trafford last week and United put four past them and followed that up with four more at White Hart Lane. Considering that Charlton have already conceded three or more on seven occasions this season, let’s go for a correct score cocktail of 4-0 (15/2 bet365), 5-0 (14/1) and 6-0 (25/1). As for Chelsea, we’ll swerve the correct score market and have a punt on Frank Lampard to score first at 9/2 with bet365. Lampard has scored eight goals in eight games which suggest he could also be a steal at 5/4 to score anytime.
 
The early kick off is at the Madejski Stadium (ko 12.45pm, live betting available) and bet365 make Reading a more than generous 11/10 to grab all three points against Aston Villa - and who would back them against them in their current form? The Royals have won eight of their ten home clashes against teams which lie outside the current top four, while Villa haven’t won any of their last eight away games. Enough said!
 
Pick of the 3.00pm games this weekend could be Sheffield United, who are surely worth a dabble at bet365's 19/10 to beat a Spurs side which can’t seem to handle life outside of White Hart Lane. They go into our Premiership acca this weekend along with United (1/7), Chelsea (1/4), Reading (11/10) and Arsenal (1/4 v Wigan), which pays out nearly £120 for a tenner stake, including a bet365 acca bonus of 10%.
 
Goals could be the order of the day when Newcastle play Liverpool. Liverpool are fancied to edge it at 10/11, but have a bigger bet on the ‘overs’ at Evens with bet365. The Reds have scored 14 goals in their last seven games, while Newcastle have scored 11 in their last 5 homes. On the other hand, goals could be at a premium at Frattan Park as both Pompey and their opponents Man City have been very light of goals of late, which makes the 4/6 a must ‘unders’ bet with bet365.
 
In other games, Fulham can frustrate Bolton at the Reebok to force a draw (13/5 bet365), while Everton may have to settle for the same result (11/5) when they entertain Blackburn. The West Ham v Watford has the look of a 0-0 draw at 8/1, but we’ll of course be backing the ‘No Goalscorer’ option at the same price as own goals don’t count in this market.





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