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Weekend Football Betting Tips

by Ben, last updated 2006-10-31 18:36:55

 Gerry's Picks

 by Gerry McDonnell

Razor Nigh Brow


Paul Scholes is generally admired as a footballer, but rarely receives the recognition he deserves as a role model. When Paul was a ginger schoolboy, he didn't wallow in self pity praying for baldness, he played football with the normal children until he reached a level where Manchester United were prepared to sign him.

Wayne Rooney has also struggled to overcome adversity; he was born in Liverpool. The Roonatic scored a spectacular hat-trick last weekend, which may explain why he's been walking around with the match ball tucked under his shirt, or so it would appear. United are a shoo-in at 1/3 to see off Pompey at Old Trafford.

Claude Davis allegedly threatened Ade Akinbiyi with a razor this week; how on earth did he persuade Neil Ruddock to leave the pie shop? My mother always said, "Never trust a man whose eyebrows meet in the middle;" all she missed out was the word ‘tubby'. Sheff U have been tonked on their last four trips to Newcastle, back the Toon to dish out a fifth at 5/6.

Sheffield United are the only team in the Premiership to fail to score on the road; even with Titus Bramble in the team, a Newcastle win coupled with a clean sheet should be considered at 15/8.

Kieron Dyer is not a lucky man. After making his 49th comeback from injury, Dyer has been ruled out for another two weeks following a ‘freak' injury, although the scale of Iain Dowie's involvement remains unclear. Rossi looks the call at 9/2 to bang in the opener.

Stewart Downing believes he's been made a scapegoat for England's poor results. That's unfair; a goat has a better first touch than the ineffectual Downing. Boro are the weekend nap at 15/8 to see off an outclassed Watford.

Jonathan Woodgate has surprisingly named ‘Grease' as his favourite film. (I'm guessing Frank Lampard is also a huge fan.) For first goalscorer betting, I'm hopelessly devoted to Euell at 10/1.

Sure, Kieron Dyer is unlucky, but what about me? As a result of missing Match of the Day, I was forced to endure ‘Goals on Sunday' with Beavis and Butthead. The Sky boys have an annoying habit of referring to Liverpool's Dirk Kuyt as ‘Kout', which has wreaked havoc with my punning possibilities. I fancy Liverpool to see off Reading at 4/11, but I won't be tipping a first goalscorer. Thanks Beavis.

When I heard that Rafa was approaching a ton, I assumed he was tapping up Frank Lampard. After tinkering with his team for 99 consecutive games, the Liverpool manager has finally embraced stability; I'll be embracing the 11/2 about a 2-0 win to the Scousers.

Henri Camara remains steadfast in his belief that Wigan will avoid defeat at the Reebok, and the Camara never lies. Wigan were unbeaten in three games against Bolton last season, they can snatch a point at 12/5.

The Charlton board would be well advised to beg their former manager to return, there's nothing wrong with a little bit of Curb crawling. Charlton v Man City is as close as you can get to a certain draw without moving to Italy. Get on at 9/4.

Stuart Pearce wants a ‘managerial sacking window'; that would be a pane. There's been 20 goals in the last 4 matches between the Addicks and City, a small dabble on a 2-2 draw makes economic sense at 14/1.

It's great to see Joe Cole back to full fitness, anything that moves Downing further from the England team can only be considered an encouraging development. Chelsea will beat up Tottenham at a ridiculous 8/11.

Jose Mourinho has accused Barcelona of promoting a diving culture; it's great that the former Porto boss and current coach of Robben and Drogba is prepared to make such an honourable stand. Chelsea are available at 7/1 to win 2-0; dive in.

Robbie Savage always receives plenty of abuse when he plays at Villa Park, which is odd, as blondes who go down easily are normally warmly received. Villa have beaten Blackburn 1-0 at home for the past two seasons, there's no reason why a hat-trick should be denied at 6/1.

Arsene Wenger believes that Theo Walcott is still two years away from being a top class striker. He resisted the temptation to add, "But he's already better than Heskey." You've got to fancy Arsenal at 8/13 to put an end to the mini Hammer revival.

The Fulham v Everton match is proving a tough nut to crack. Before last week's fixtures, I'd have put my mortgage on the Coleman taking the points, but Everton's draw at the Emirates coupled with Fulham's dismal performance against Wigan has led me to flip like Naomi Campbell. Everton are the shout at 17/10.

I've heard it said that the reason why Tim Cahill is so adept at sneaking past defences is because he's an Australian. Personally, I find that offensive. I'd like to say to all of my Aussie friends, "I'll have a pint of lager please." The magnificent Cahill is available at 45/1 to score the only goal of the game; get the drinks in.

This week's accer is so mature; Alan Pardew is considering playing it up front against Arsenal. Man Utd, Middlesbrough, Newcastle, Arsenal and Chelsea are the selections; the payout is a sweet 16/1.



Weekend Betting:

Fulham v Everton Saturday 4th November 12:45 Live on Sky

Fulham 9/5
Draw 9/4
Everton 17/10

Get on: Everton

Match Special:
Everton to win 1-0 7/1

Bolton v Wigan Saturday 4th November 15:00

Bolton 10/11
Draw 12/5
Wigan 4/1

Get on: Draw

Match Special:
Camara to score at any time 5/2

Charlton v Man City Saturday 4th November 15:00

Charlton 13/10
Draw 9/4
Man City 21/10

Get on: Draw

Match Special:
Barton to be booked 7/4

Liverpool v Reading Saturday 4th November 15:00

Liverpool 4/11
Draw 7/2
Reading 17/2

Get on: Liverpool

Match Special:
Kuyt to score the first goal 9/2

Man Utd v Portsmouth Saturday 4th November 15:00

Man Utd 1/3
Draw 4/1
Portsmouth 12/1

Get on: Man Utd

Match Special:
Rooney to score a hat-trick 16/1

Watford v Middlesbrough Saturday 4th November 15:00

Watford 8/5
Draw 9/4
Middlesbrough 15/8

Get on: Middlesbrough

Match Special:
Middlesbrough to win and keep a clean sheet 7/2

Newcastle v Sheff Utd Saturday 4th November 17:15 Live on Premiership Plus

Newcastle 5/6
Draw 12/5
Sheff Utd 4/1

Get on: Newcastle

Match Special:
Newcastle to win 3-0 14/1

West Ham v Arsenal Sunday 5th November 13:30 Live on Sky

West Ham 5/1
Draw 13/5
Arsenal 8/13

Get on: Arsenal

Match Special:
Van Persie to score direct from a free kick 7/1

Aston Villa v Blackburn Sunday 5th November 14:00

Aston Villa 11/10
Draw 9/4
Blackburn 3/1

Get on: Aston Villa

Match Special:
Agbonlahor to score the only goal of the game 33/1

Tottenham v Chelsea Sunday 5th November 16:00 Live on Sky

Tottenham 9/2
Draw 5/2
Chelsea 8/11

Get on: Chelsea

Match Special:
Frank Lampard to score a deflected goal 5/1


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 Bet365 Picks

 BACK THE BIG FOUR AT OVER 7/2

bet365 customers have never had it so good in the Premiership. Not only can they bet to 107% on all matches - which means better value prices - but they can also take advantage of bet365's fantastic In-Play service, available on ALL matches after kick off - up to 28 markets available.

Of course, with up to 30 pre-match markets too, it's difficult to resist a few quid before the game, and there are some tasty bets on offer this weekend. Taking short odds may not be everyone's cup of tea, but it's difficult to see past the ‘Big Four of Chelsea (8/11), Liverpool (1/3), Man United (2/9) and Arsenal (8/13), and the accumulator pays out at over 7/2. That's boosted by bet365's Premiership Accumulator Bonus, which pays up to 60% more on winning accumulators involving teams from the top flight.

Of that quartet, Chelsea are the longest odds to win, and there's a case for backing their opponents Spurs at 7/2 now that they've shown signs of sparking into life for the season, but Chelsea still look the safest bet. Last week, they landed a pair of 2-0 away wins, a trademark result last season, and a punt on that scoreline at bet365's 6/1 could again reap dividends. The old Draw / Chelsea double result (10/3) has been working too, which also suggests that Chelsea might be a bigger price on bet365's In-Play Console during the game.

Wigan (3/1) seem to have finally got their season going, but they still don't look anywhere last season's standard, and they could feel the full backlash of an angry Bolton team on Saturday. The Trotters will be demoralised after their 4-0 drubbing by United, but the Reebok is still a very difficult place to visit and the 4/5 with bet365 is worth taking.

In other games, the Toffees (11/8) are fancied to grab all three points against Fulham (17/10), now that Andy Johnson is set to resume scoring, while it's high time Charlton (6/5) won in the league and they take on poor travellers in the form of Man City (2/1). The same can be said of Watford (6/4) who take on a lacklustre Boro (13/8) outfit. That leaves Newcastle (4/6) v Sheffield United (7/2) but, with neither side appealing at the prices, and goal-mouth action likely to be at a premium, the best bet looks to be Under 2.5 goals at 7/10 with bet365.





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