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Weekend Premiership Football

by Ben, last updated 2006-04-11 19:57:04

Manchester United vs Sunderland Odds for 0-0 draw.



Spare a thought for the people who laid 0-0 in the Manchester Uniited / Sunderland game. £226 matched at 29.00, OUCH!!!

 Gerry's Picks

 By Gerry McDonnell

The pair of the Drog


The press boys have had a field day reporting on Wayne Rooney's gambling losses this week, it's easy for them to pontificate about betting responsibly, but I refuse to condemn the big lad, I too have wasted money on an old dog or two.

Rooney's problems are insignificant compared to mine though, the wife is on the warpath after she overheard a private telephone conversation where I was discussing the importance of Fabregas to the future of Arsenal, she thinks i have a problem with Cesc chat lines. That's only partly true.

Jose Mourinho is also a worried man, he was right to voice his concerns about bird flu; there could well be a foul related epidemic at the Reebok. Bolton are having a disappointing end to the season; after four successive defeats, big Sam will have his boys fired up for this one. The Champions are a confident call at 4/7, an in form Drogba is worth a small tinkle at 11/2 to bag a brace.

An excellent betting opportunity has presented itself in the Blackburn v Liverpool match. The deadline has now passed for accumulated bookings to lead to a suspension; as a result, Robbie Savage's nine previous yellows can be disregarded. The blonde bombshell has been given a license to roam free in front of the TV cameras; the 7/4 on offer for a Savage booking is worth snapping up. Both Blackburn and Liverpool head into the game in great form, the draw's the call at 11/5.

When the Villa won at Birmingham earlier in the season, the home supporters were far from enamoured with David O'Leary as he ran across the pitch to gesticulate towards a pensioner. This fixture is always tasty, but with Birmingham's Premiership status and O'Leary's managerial career on the line, more fireworks are expected. The draw's a good call at 2/1, a goalless draw is a great call at 13/2, but a sending off at 5/2 is the piece de resistance.

Man City don't enjoy their trips to Upton Park, and not because of the supposed jellied eel eating, market stall trading, non washing machine owning locals that the BBC believe inhabit the area, but because they've never won there in the Premiership, and on four of the five trips, they've been absolutely shoed.

The footballer of the year awards have been dominated by the usual suspects, poor old Yossi Benayoun didn't even get a look in. The Israeli playmaker has a lot in common with Paolo Di Canio; he's not a referee pushing, scissor kicking, fascist sympathising Italian, but they can both change a game with a moment of brilliance. Yossi holds the key to a Hammers victory, get on at 11/10.

Pompey are the weekend nap at home to Middlesbrough. Their recent form has been superb and Boro have one eye on the UEFA Cup and the other on the FA Cup, the 10/11 on the table should be snapped up. The back flipping, goal scoring, non Toon performing phenomenon that is Lua Lua looks the man to do the damage; he's 5/1 to open the scoring.

The weekend specials:

"Gud, old boy" - Eidur Gudjohnsen to score at any time 7/4
"Luke warm" - Luke Moore to score two or more goals 8/1
"Good Friday" - Sunderland to score one goal or more 11/10
"Good pie day" - Wayne Rooney to score two or more goals 7/2
"The steaks are high" - Wayne Rooney to score with a header 7/2

Quote of the week:

"The only people we've not laid are Roger de Courcy and Nookie Bear, and by the time Freddie Shepherd makes up his mind we'll probably have seen some money for them too."

Ladbrokes spokesman Robin Hutchison edges out Jose Mourinho's bird flu quip.

Stat, you're a liberty:

The most successful team in the tackle this season is...Sunderland. The Mackem players have won 74% of their challenges.

Acc of the week:

If you put Fulham, Newcastle, Portsmouth and West Ham together in an accer, you end up with a Channel 4 game show; only this 15/1 appeals.



Weekend Betting:

Man Utd v Sunderland Friday 14th April 19.45 Live on Premiership Plus

Man Utd 1/10
Draw 11/2
Sunderland 20/1

Get on: Man Utd

Man U have won their previous nine league matches; Sunderland are truly diabolical.
Match Special:
Rooney to score a hat-trick 14/1

Bolton v Chelsea Saturday 15th April 12.45 Live on Premiership Plus

Bolton 4/1
Draw 13/5
Chelsea 4/7

Get on: Chelsea

Bolton have lost their last four; Chelsea have earned seven points out of nine. Frank Lampard has scored four goals in his last two appearances against big Sam's battlers.
Match Special:
Lampard to score at any time 6/4

Arsenal v West Brom Saturday 15th April 15.00

Arsenal 1/5
Draw 9/2
West Brom 9/1

Get on: Arsenal

Arsenal have won their last four at Highbury; the Baggies have took 2 points out of a possible 24.
Match Special:
Arsenal to score a penalty 6/1

Everton v Tottenham Saturday 15th April 15.00

Everton 6/4
Draw 11/5
Tottenham 6/4

Get on: Draw

Everton have only lost one in six; it's three wins out of four for the Spurs.
Match Special:
Match to finish 1-1 11/2

Fulham v Charlton Saturday 15th April 15.00

Fulham 6/5
Draw 9/4
Charlton 9/5

Get on: Fulham

Fulham have won five of their last seven at the Cottage; Charlton have drew a blank in four of their last five on the road.
Match Special:
McBride to score with a header 6/1

Newcastle v Wigan Saturday 15th April 15.00

Newcastle 5/6
Draw 9/4
Wigan 11/4

Get on: Newcastle

Newcastle have won their last two; Wigan are winless in three. The Latics have beaten the Geordies twice this season, a third is unlikely.
Match Special:
Solano to score direct from a free kick 14/1

Portsmouth v Middlesbrough Saturday 15th April 15.00

Portsmouth 10/11
Draw 12/5
Middlesbrough 12/5

Get on: Portsmouth

Pompey are unbeaten in five; Boro have lost four of their last six on the road. Middlesbrough have never beaten Portsmouth in the Premiership and their focus is on the Cups. Nap bet material.
Match Special:
Portsmouth to score three or more goals 7/2

West Ham v Man City Saturday 15th April 15.00

West Ham 11/10
Draw 9/4
Man City 2/1

Get on: West Ham

The Hammers have hosted City on five previous occasions in the Premiership; they've scored 14 goals and took 13 of the 15 points. Chelsea and an on fire Pompey are the only visitors to leave Upton Park with three points this year; City have lost five on the bounce.
Match Special:
Benayoun to score at any time 3/1

Aston Villa v Birmingham Sunday 16th April 12.00 Live on Sky

Aston Villa 5/4
Draw 2/1
Birmingham 2/1

Get on: Draw

Villa have drew two of their last three matches, Birmingham have also drawn two out of three. Defeat is unacceptable for both teams; it's rare to find such an obvious contender for a goalless draw.
Match Special:
No goal scorer in the match 13/2

Blackburn v Liverpool Sunday 16th April 14.30 Live on Sky

Blackburn 13/8
Draw 11/5
Liverpool 11/8

Get on: Draw

Blackburn are unbeaten at home this year and that run includes wins against Man U and Arsenal. The Pool are also in top form, they've won their last six, impressively. There have been four goals or more in this fixture on the last four occasions that Liverpool have travelled; a high scoring draw appeals.
Match Special:
Match to finish 2-2 14/1





 Nigels Picks

 by Nigel Ridgeway

FOOTBALL
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UNITED QUICK OFF THE BLOCKS AT TASTY 2/1
Man United v Sunderland
Fr Apr 14 - 7.45pm ko (PremPlus)
Last week, we cashed in by taking the 11/10 on United to beat Arsenal, and the Red Devils can again be a route to profit when they play Sunderland on Good Friday. There is likely to be nothing ‘good' for the Black Cats in this game, and a score line of 3-0 or even 4-0 (at 11/2 and 7/1
respectively) looks about right. However, a safer bet could be on United to score most of their goals in the first half at a very tasty bet365 price of 2/1. In their last four Premiership matches at home, nine of Man United's twelve goals have been scored in the first half, which underlines the fact that they are invariably quick off the blocks at the Theatre Of Dreams.

United to score most goals in first half @ 2/1


ROONEY 11/10 TO OUTSCORE OWEN IN GERMANY
In bet365's first goal scorer market on the game, Wayne Rooney is priced at 3/1 to open the scoring. Remember, bet365 will give you your money back if he scores the last goal in the game instead, but there could be even better value in backing Cristiano Ronaldo at 11/2 (6/4 to score anytime), as the Portuguese playmaker's pace looks sure to exploit the Black Cats woeful defence. Looking further ahead to the World Cup and, after all that's been written over the past few days regarding a rift between Rooney and Michael Owen, bet365 make the United striker 11/10 to outscore his England strike partner in Germany.


TROTTERS CAN KEEP IT TIGHT AT 13/5
Bolton v Chelsea - Sunday April 9th, 4.00pm ko, live on Sky Sports 1. This looks a particularly tough game to call, so the value could lie with backing the draw at bet365's 13/5. It's true that the Trotters appear to be going backwards, but they're particularly hard to break down at the Reebok - just ask Arsenal, Liverpool and Spurs - while Chelsea's away form has been decidedly shaky recently. The Blues have only beaten West Brom in their last seven away matches and, while that run includes the trip to Barca, they have also drawn away to Everton, Aston Villa and Birmingham, and lost to Fulham and Middlesbrough. All in all, this match looks sure to be tight and, while Chelsea are the most likely winners, the draw is the advice. Also, don't forget to check out bet365's 14 dynamic In-Play markets on this game (kick off 12.45pm).

Bolton to draw @ 13/5


HOME FORM MAKES ROVERS THE BET AT 9/4
Blackburn v Liverpool - Sunday April 16th, 2.30pm ko, live on Sky Sports 1. In Sunday's meeting between Blackburn and Liverpool, the advice is again to oppose the visitors. Mark Hughes' side have already beaten both Arsenal and Man United at Ewood Park, and their two defeats came against mid-table Newcastle and Everton, showing that they're capable of producing their best performances against the better teams. They're worth a bet at 9/4, but have a saver on the 1-1 draw at 11/2 as, despite their impressive 11-3-2 home record, they invariably concede a goal per game.

However, the bet of the weekend has to be on Rovers getting a quarter-ball start (currently 1.925), as you'll only lose if Liverpool win the game. bet365's Asian Handicap betting consistently provides excellent value as they bet to 102%, while their Premiership Accumulator Bonus pays out up to 60% more on accas including top-flight teams. Why go anywhere else for your footy bets!

Live Game Picks:

Blackburn @ 9/4
Blackburn to Draw @ 11/2
Blackburn (+1/4) @ 1.925

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Man Utd v Sunderland
If Ryan Giggs scores the last goal in this match, betdirect will refund all losing single bets on First and Last Goalscorer markets.
(Max refund £250 per person)

Bolton v Chelsea
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Everton v Spurs
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Blackburn v Liverpool
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