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Midweek Football Preview

by Ben, last updated 2007-01-29 19:51:32

 Midweek Football Preview

 from Pinnaclesports.com

The transfer window closes at midnight on Wednesday, and with it goes the last chance for Premiership clubs to bolster their ranks. From here on out clubs battling for the title, or scrapping to avoid relegation, must do so with their current rosters. Make sure that you have www.pinnaclesports.com fighting in your corner, giving up to 60% better odds on Asian Handicaps.

Hammers Hoping New Signings Make Immediate Impact
Alan Curbishley enjoyed a dream start as manager of West Ham, with a win at Upton Park over Manchester United, but the rousing 1-0 win proved a false dawn, being swiftly followed by six games without victory. As a result the Hammers are mired in the relegation swamp and Curbs has been franticly buying in reinforcements to help pull them out. Purchases include the much-travelled Nigel Quashie to bolster midfield; Lucas Neill (from Blackburn) and Calum Davenport (Spurs) to plug the defence; and Luis Boa Morte (Fulham) to bring goals. None of these acquisitions could, however, help avoid a depressing FA Cup exit at home to fellow strugglers Watford on Saturday. As a result, the pressure is now well and truly on for the visit of Liverpool on Tuesday night.

Having been dumped out of the FA Cup by Arsenal in round three, Liverpool had the weekend off, so should be fresh for their visit to Boleyn Ground. Though the Reds' Cup form has been shocking, they have been nothing short of awesome in the league. Their Spanish goalkeeper, Jose Reina, may run out with his duvet, having picked the ball out of his net just once in 12 Premiership games. The Scousers' success at the East London venue, where they've won on their last two visits, coupled with their recent league run, makes them worthy favourites with www.pinnaclesports.com , 1.990 (-0.5 & -1.0). The Irons must dig deep and hope new signings, along with the support of their faithful following, can make a difference. West Ham are on offer at 1.935 (+0.5 & +1.0) with www.pinnaclesports.com .

Red Devils Expected to Swat Hornets at Old Trafford
Despite beating Blackburn in the league at Vicarage Road, then following up with an FA Cup win at Upton Park, it remains very difficult to build a realistic case for anything but defeat for Watford at the Theatre of Dreams on Wednesday night. It would be perverse if the Hornets first away Premiership victory should come at such a foreboding venue. Aidy Boothroyd's side have already lost 3-0 at Arsenal, 4-0 at Chelsea and 2-0 at Liverpool, so with their best player, Ashley Young, sold to Aston Villa, a similar scenario seems entirely likely here. www.pinnaclesports.com might have been a little generous pitching their Asian Handicap line at only two goals, with United 2.06 (-2.0) and Watford 1.870 (+2.0)

The Red Devils did struggle to see off Portsmouth with home advantage in their weekend FA Cup tie, needing Wayne Rooney to come off the bench to break the dead-lock. However, with the Roonster playing from the start, alongside Cristiano Ronaldo and Louis Saha (both given the weekend off), Alex Ferguson's side has the fire-power to give the visitors a torrid night.

Terry Fit and Ready for Battle at the Bridge
After several set-backs John Terry is finally fit and ready to rumble at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday night. The combative captain will relish the physical challenge that Blackburn Rovers bring. Both sides will be primed for a tough encounter after effortless FA Cup victories, but Mark Hughes faces a defensive crisis. He probably rues selling Lucas Neill, having lost Robbie Savage and Andre Oojer in the space of a week with broken legs, then Ryan Nelson with a hamstring problem picked up against Luton. His side looked soft when giving Watford only their second Premiership win last week, so Jose Mourinho's side - unbeaten in 56 homes league games - will be confident of emulating their last two home victories over Blackburn, scoring four times on both occasions. www.pinnaclesports.com separate the sides by 1.5 goals, with Chelsea 1.990 (-1.5) and Rovers 1.935 (+1.5).

Spurs Face Uphill Battle at Emirates Stadium
Having relinquished a 2-0 lead in the first leg of this Carling Cup semi-final at White Hart Lane, Tottenham now face an uphill battle. To earn a place in the final against Chelsea, Spurs must record their first win away to their North London rivals since 1993. Arsene Wenger's continued use of his second string players may offer some cause for optimism, but the Gunners are unbeaten at the Emirates Stadium, and Tottenham's away form has been abysmal, highlighted by a 3-0 defeat at their deadly enemies earlier in the season. The Lilywhites have won just one of their twelve Premiership road-trips, finding the net on only eight occasions. Arsenal were minutes from a Carling Cup final appearance last season, before being cruelly denied by a late Wigan goal. Out to make amends, Pinnacle Sports.com rates the Gunners, 1.943 (-0.5), with Spurs 1.98 (+0.5).

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