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Premier League Picks Early pick

by Ben, last updated 2006-07-25 11:02:11

The first day of the season probably isn't the best time for betting. The summer transfers can have a big effect on the fortunes of clubs.

I have spotted a good bet to have though. All the big 3 are playing at home on the opening day.

Chelsea v Man City
Man Utd v Fulham
Arsenal v Aston Villa

I can't really see any of those teams slipping up. The treble pays 2.01 at VC bet.. It'll probably be safe to add Sheffield United to lose to Liverpool to this treble too. I can't see the blades doing anything this season.

The four-fold pays 3.34 at VC bet


 ARE YOU BACKING KING HENRY TO REIGN SUPREME?

 by Bet365

FRENCH STRIKER 5/2 WITH BET365 FOR GOLDEN BOOT
Andriy Shevchenko has arrived at Chelsea with an impressive scoring record but bet365 make him only second favourite at 9/2 to win the Premiership Golden Boot.

The honour of favourite falls to Thierry Henry who will have his supporters at 5/2 after scoring three goals during the World Cup.

Wayne Rooney is next in the bet365 market at 8/1 to plunder the most goals with team-mate Van Nistelrooy at 10/1. Chelsea's Didier Drogba is next at 16/1, while bet365 make Peter Crouch the same price to rule the roost.

However, it could be Crouch's Liverpool team-mate Craig Bellamy who is the value bet at 20/1 with bet365. The Welshman can cause defences havoc and, providing he stays clear of injury, should be in the frame by the end of the season.

Bet365 are offering generous each-way terms of 1/4 the odds for the first 4 positions on this market.


 WILL RAFA'S REDS BE TOP DOGS THIS SEASON?

 by Bet365

LIVERPOOL 6/1 TO WIN PREMIERSHIP
Chelsea are 4/9 with bet365 to win the Premiership for a third successive season but the signs are they may not have it all their own way during this campaign.

The Blues have won the last two titles with something to spare but there's already been support for Liverpool at 6/1 and 13/2 Arsenal with bet365. The former demonstrated their defensive capabilities last season with a string of clean sheets, while they also knocked Chelsea out of the FA Cup. They now need to find a way of scoring more goals and new signing Craig Bellamy should help their cause.

Meanwhile, Arsenal could also be interesting at bet365's 13/2 with a new stadium and, more importantly, the retention of Thierry Henry! With Fabregas, Adebayor, Van Persie and Walcott all open to improvement this term, there will be money for the Gunners.

Man Utd are 5/1 with bet365 to end the Blues dominance but the potential exits of Ronaldo and Van Nistelrooy don't bode well. The famous bookmaker make it a four-horse race with Tottenham (80/1) and Newcastle (150/1) next in the betting.

Bet now with bet365



 Gerry's Season Preview

 by Gerry McDonnell

The Thin Blue Swine


I'm no stranger to police attention. I was once driving along with the wife when the boys in blue pulled me over. The copper asked me if I'd been drinking.
"Not a drop" I replied, "Was I speeding?"
"No Sir, it's the state of the bint in the passenger seat that aroused my suspicion."

My run in with the Old Bill pigeon-holes me alongside young Wayne Rooney. The Scouse nutcase had his possessions lifted from his parent's house recently; imagine that, a robbery in Liverpool. If anyone offers you a half-eaten Big Mac wrapped in losing betting slips, you should contact the filth immediately.

For Rooney, it's been a summer to forget. The big lad's temperament was called in to question at the World Cup, when after a couple of niggling challenges from the opposition players, Rooney decided to jump on Ricardo Carvalho's testicles like they were a couple of hairy chicken nuggets.

Ricky ‘The Soprano' Carvalho will have a thirst for vengeance as a result of his severe case of the ‘numb plum' at the hands of the Roonatic. They say that revenge is a dish best served with two veg, depriving Wayne Rooney of a champion's medal will be a little payback. Chelsea are 1/2 to retain their title; that's a plum betting opportunity.

Luckily, there is a betting without Chelsea market, and I'm favouring Arsenal to pip Man U to the runners-up spot. It looks like Real Madrid have failed in their attempt to lure Fabregas from the Emirates (paying for Cesc is quite an appealing prospect), while United are set to lose Ronnie and the Ruud boy. 2/1 about the Gunners in a two horse race seems more than fair.

Ricardo Carvalho is not the first man to end up with an angry pair of plums, Neville Neville set the trend 30 years ago. Phil Neville's Everton teammates look a decent bet at 14/1 to come out on top in the betting ‘without the big 4'.

One of the results of Chelsea's ‘buy every good player in the world' policy, is that the relegation battle has evolved into a ‘dolphin' market; it's more interesting than the title race for betting porpoises. Wigan performed miracles last season, but they've lost Chimbonda and bought Heskey, which is like swapping a Porsche for a wheelbarrow. Take 4/1 about Wigan dropping a division.

Paul Jewell managed to keep Bradford in the Premier League for a season a few years ago; before being relegated the following term, finishing rock bottom. Jewell may be a real character, but so is Homer Simpson, and you wouldn't want him in charge of your football team. (Unless it was a straight choice between Simpson and Souness, then you'd have to seriously reconsider your position.) Wigan are worth a small nibble at 20/1 to finish bottom of the heap.

Thierry Henry believes that his appearance in the Champions League and World Cup finals prove that he is a winner, although technically, that makes him a double loser. It's rare for an 11/4 shot to represent value in a 120 runner race, but you can't look beyond the great man for the Golden Boot. Henry has topped the charts in four of the last five campaigns (he narrowly lost out to Van the man by a single goal four seasons ago); only a serious injury to the world's greatest player will prevent you from collecting.

The following guide covers everything you need to know for the upcoming Premiership season, and in all likelihood, plenty more that you didn't.

Arsenal

Winners 8/1
Relegation 1,500/1
Where they'll finish - 2nd

Coming second is rarely enjoyable, but will represent a successful season for the Gunners.

Season Special - Arsenal to finish above Liverpool 10/11

Aston Villa

Winners 1,000/1
Relegation 5/1
Where they'll finish - 12th

The Villa squad is one of the smallest in the Premiership, and as my wife always says, you can't compose a symphony with a small organ. They could do with a billionaire to take over, I'm feeling Randy.

Season Special - Aston Villa to finish 15th or higher 4/7

Blackburn

Winners 350/1
Relegation 25/1
Where they'll finish - 9th

Robbie Savage is on his way to Europe. God help those poor continentals.

Season Special - Blackburn to finish 7th or lower 4/11


Bolton

Winners 500/1
Relegation 22/1
Where they'll finish - 7th

While England are lumbered with Steve McClaren, Bolton get to keep hold of the miracle man Sam Allardyce. The best result of the summer.

Season Special - Bolton to finish above Blackburn 6/5

Charlton

Winners 2,000/1
Relegation 3/1
Where they'll finish - 17th

Darren Bent misses the start of the season as he hasn't mastered the art of sandwich making. They'll miss the Curb.

Season Special - Darren Bent to be Charlton's top scorer Evs

Chelsea

Winners 1/2
Relegation 10,000/1
Where they'll finish - 1st

The Lamp failed to shine in Germany, but always burns brightly in the Premiership. Ballack and Shevchenko can both play, Paddy Power will probably pay out at the end of August.

Season Special - Shevchenko to score 17 league goals or fewer 5/6

Everton

Winners 500/1
Relegation 16/1
Where they'll finish - 5th

Andy Johnson is a quality striker, Tim Cahill is a quality midfielder and Phil Neville is a defender. I like their chances.

Season Special - Everton to win ‘without the big 4' 14/1


Fulham

Winners 1,500/1
Relegation 5/1
Where they'll finish - 16th

The antics of Jimmy Bullard should entertain the Cottagers. Somewhere, there's a psychiatric unit missing a patient.

Season Special - Fulham to finish above Wigan 10/11

Liverpool

Winners 17/2
Relegation 1,500/1
Where they'll finish - 4th

I read that Craig Bellamy remains polemical, I'm not bilingual, I assume polemical is Welsh for a tool.

Season Special - Gerrard to score more league goals than Bellamy 7/4

Man City

Winners 750/1
Relegation 9/1
Where they'll finish - 15th

City have signed Hamann from Liverpool via Bolton in the strangest transfer tale since David Unsworth's wife told him he couldn't stay in the Midlands. It won't help.

Season Special - Samaras to score more league goals than Vassell 8/11

Man United

Winners 8/1
Relegation 2,500/1
Where they'll finish - 3rd

Fergie may end up needing a taxi out of Old Trafford by the end of the season. He should have kept his Van.

Season Special - Man U to earn 75 league points or less 11/8

Middlesbrough

Winners 500/1
Relegation 16/1
Where they'll finish - 10th

Even a novice manager such as Gareth ‘paint-dryingly dull' Southgate inspires more confidence than Steve ‘what's he ever done' McClaren; they'll improve on last year.

Season Special - Boro to finish above Newcastle 6/4

Newcastle

Winners 175/1
Relegation 40/1
Where they'll finish - 11th

Roeder was given the job although he lacks the necessary coaching qualifications. Luckily, Duff-man will prevent a relegation battle. Oh yeah.

Season Special - Duff to be Newcastle's top scorer 8/1

Portsmouth

Winners 1,000/1
Relegation 8/1
Where they'll finish - 13th

Harry Redknapp is no stranger to a little punt, if he backs Pompey to stay up he'll have landed another touch.

Season Special - Pompey to stay up 1/7

Reading

Winners 2,500/1
Relegation 6/4
Where they'll finish - 14th

Steve Coppell once walked out of Manchester after 33 days, what took him so long? Reading can be last season's Wigan.

Season Special - Reading to finish above Sheff Utd and Watford 5/4

Sheffield United

Winners 5,000/1
Relegation 4/6
Where they'll finish - 18th

Neil Warnock will be an exciting addition to the Premiership, there's a severe shortage of managers who want to break opponent's legs.

Season Special - Sheff U to finish 18th 7/2

Tottenham

Winners 80/1
Relegation 200/1
Where they'll finish - 6th

In Defoe and Berbatov, they have a pair of quality strikers. I like a nice pair.

Season Special - Tottenham to finish 6th or lower 8/11

Watford

Winners 5,000/1
Relegation 4/7
Where they'll finish - 19th

Watford are like Big Brother's Imogen, they're not very attractive, they may go down at Christmas.

Season Special - Watford to finish in the bottom two Evs

West Ham

Winners 750/1
Relegation 9/1
Where they'll finish - 8th

Lee Bowyer should be a good signing; now that's what I call an attacking midfielder.

Season Special - Dean Ashton to be the top English goal scorer 20/1

Wigan

Winners 1,500/1
Relegation 4/1
Where they'll finish - 20th

Bought Heskey to score goals, I'll predict three.

Season Special - Wigan to finish bottom of the league 20/1







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