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Weekend Football

 Nigels Picks

 by Nigel Ridgeway

IT'S THE CHELSEA LATE SHOW...
Sunday December 18th, 4.00 ko, live on Sky Sports 1...
Arsenal will have their backers based on their 100 percent home record, but that has to be seen in the context of their previous opponents, none of whom were from the current top seven in the table. Successive away defeats (without scoring) against Bolton and Newcastle don't exactly inspire confidence either, so does that mean we should be lumping on Chelsea at 6/4. They're certainly going to be hard to beat. Their only defeat of the season came at Man United on November 6th, since when they've not even conceded a goal, let alone dropped a point.

If you are going to back them, it might be worth backing the Draw / Chelsea double result instead at 9/2. This combination has already come up trumps nine times in the Premiership, while Chelsea have yet to concede in the second half this season. However, the best bet looks to be 'under' goals at 8/11. Mourinho's main priority will be to deny Arsenal any chance to grab the points and cut into the massive Chelsea lead, which means scoring opportunities could be at a premium. Once the game goes live, don't forget to check out our 14 exciting live 'In-Play' markets.

bet365 latest match prices... Arsenal 15/8, Draw 21/10, Chelsea 6/4

Arsenal v Chelsea Picks:

Draw / Chelsea @ 9/2
Under 2.5 Goals @ 8/11

TOFFEES TO NICK THE POINTS AT 2.10...
There won't be many goals in the Everton vs Bolton game either (currently 4/6 'under'). Nine of Bolton's last 11 games have been 'under', while Everton's home games average 1.33 goals, and a single goal for the home side could well be enough to nick the points. They've already beaten Bolton this season, and are playing much better now with three wins - plus a draw with Chelsea - from their last five games. They go into our Premiership acca this weekend along with Wigan, who are fancied to get back to winning ways against Charlton.

Charlton broke a losing run of their own last weekend, but that was against Sunderland and their defence still can't be trusted. Prior to last Saturday, the Addicks hadn't kept a clean sheet in 13 games, and the likes of Jason Roberts and Henri Camara should have no trouble finding a way through. Wigan certainly haven't been disgraced in their recent defeats, and this looks a great opportunity to get back to winning ways. Roberts is 11/2 to score first in the game, and that doesn't look bad value considering we'll give your money back if he scores the last goal in the game instead.

Fulham are not obvious acca material based on their lowly position in the table, but a glance at their home performances tells a different story. Chris Coleman's side have already accounted for Liverpool, Man City and Bolton at Craven Cottage this season, and Saturday's opponents, Blackburn, are no bigger threats than those teams. Besides, Blackburn's away form is one of the least impressive in the Premiership, which makes the case for including Fulham even stronger.

Remarkably, there are only two odds-on chances on the coupon this weekend. Man City (4/5) should batter a poor Birmingham side, but Man United (8/11) can't be trusted right now, and are potential 'banana skins' away at Aston Villa. Instead, we'll stick to Everton, Wigan, Fulham and Man City, safe in the knowledge that we're nicking a bit of extra value with our Premiership Accumulator Bonus (up to 60% extra every weekend). In fact, I wouldn't put anyone off backing Villa, getting a half-goal start on our Asian Handicap (currently 2.10). This form of betting consistently throws up some excellent value, particularly as we bet to just 102%.

Weekend Best Bets:

Everton to beat Bolton @ 11/10
Wigan to beat Charlton @ 5/4
Fulham to beat Blackburn @ 13/10
Aston Villa @ 2.10 (+1/2, Asian Handicap)
5-fold: Everton, Wigan, Fulham, Man City - pays out £513.49 (£25 stake), which includes a bet365 bonus of 5%



 Gerry's Picks

 By Gerry McDonnell

The Wenger Boys vs. Michael Hackson


Jose Mourinho is like Marmite, his adverts are very annoying. Arsene Wenger is certainly not a lover of the special one, he threatened to sue Jose for an outrageous ‘voyeur' slur earlier in the year, Mourinho retaliated by threatening to whip out his dossier. With clear animosity between the managers, Arsenal v Chelsea is a potential cracker.

Over the last few weeks, Arsenal have shown that they lack the necessary mental fortitude to compete effectively when the opposition are aggressive in the tackle, or to put it another way, they don't like it up ‘em. The soft belly of the Gunners will face the ultimate test when they go head to head with Chelsea playmaker and part-time kneecap collector Michael Essien. Tough tackling will win it for Chelsea, an 11/8 steal.

Elsewhere on the coupon, Blackburn look a sound investment at 15/8 to take all three points from the Cottage. Fulham are in danger of dropping into the relegation shake-up, Robbie Savage is in danger of just being dropped.

The hairy Welshman has always excelled at winding up fellow professionals, but until last weekend it was only opposition players on the verge of laying him out. The only surprising element of ‘Caravangate' was that Robbie didn't roll on the floor to try and get his goal-keeper sent off. The always popular Savage is a 20/1 shot to receive a long overdue red card against Fulham; it's 6/4 he goes in the book.

Alex Ferguson petulantly walked out of a press conference this week, adding fuel to the rumour that this will be his last season in the Old Trafford hot seat. I'd like to suggest David Blunkett as a potential replacement; he can hold a lead in Europe. United destroyed Wigan in midweek, they're 8/11 against a Villa team without Mellberg and with Ridgewell. Fill your winter boots.

It's ironic that in the week that the name Thatcher was back in the news, a Cole-man was sent off. Andy's dismissal means that Darius Vassell leads the line for Man City against Birmingham, the ex Villan is worth an interest at 5/1 to open the scoring. Manchester City have been up and down like Peter Crouch in a house with reasonably sized door frames recently, but are a confident selection at 8/11.

Harry Redknapp claims he wouldn't know how to place a bet online, I've glanced at a few of his betting previews, he's a lucky man. Some believe that Harry's magic will save Pompey from the drop, unless they're referring to Harry Potter, I'd have to disagree. The in form Baggies should be backed at 2/1.

The weekend specials may ring a bell.

"Va Va Voom" - Thierry Henry to score two or more goals 6/1
"Nick Cole" - Joe Cole to be booked 7/4
"Papa" - Boupa Diop to score with a header 10/1
"The cream of Manchester" - United to score more than City 13/10
"They're tasty, tasty, very very tasty" - Blackburn to have a player sent off 6/1
"Once you pop, you can't stop" - Essien to be sent off 25/1

Quote of the week:

"They all think Wayne's this big fat person who eats burgers every day, which he's not, and I don't know where they get it from. It really does my head in because people really believe that. His favourite food is lettuce. He errrrr, loves salad."

Coleen McLoughlin spills the peas.

Stat, you're a liberty:

The last time Manchester United kept a clean sheet away from home was... September.

Acc of the week:

Man Utd, Man City, Chelsea and a Middlesbrough draw make up the weekend accer, it pays over 20/1.

Weekend Betting:

Aston Villa v Man Utd Saturday 17th December 12.45 Live on Premiership Plus

Aston Villa 10/3
Draw 9/4
Man Utd 8/11

Get on: Man Utd

United in crisis? They've won five of their last six matches in the league, the other was a draw. Away banker.
Match Special:
Van Nistelrooy to score a hat-trick 16/1

Everton v Bolton Saturday 17th December 15.00

Everton 6/5
Draw 9/4
Bolton 9/5

Get on: Everton

Everton are the undisputed Kings of the 1-0, they've bagged five already, here comes number six.
Match Special:
Everton to win 1-0 6/1

Fulham v Blackburn Saturday 17th December 15.00

Fulham 6/5
Draw 11/5
Blackburn 15/8

Get on: Blackburn

Blackburn have won on their last three visits to the Cottage, scoring 10 goals in the process. 15/8 appeals.
Match Special:
Paul Dickov to score two or more goals 10/1

Portsmouth v West Brom Saturday 17th December 15.00

Portsmouth 11/10
Draw 9/4
West Brom 2/1

Get on: West Brom
It's five straight defeats for Portsmouth, the Albion are undefeated in four. The Baggies have won six of their last seven matches against Pompey, it's an away win.
Match Special:
Kanu to score at any time 9/4

West Ham v Newcastle Saturday 17th December 15.00

West Ham 11/8
Draw 11/5
Newcastle 13/8

Get on: West Ham

The Toon Army struggle at Upton Park, in their last five visits, they've earned one point. Man Utd are the only team to take three points off the Hammers at Upton Park since August. Home win.
Match Special:
Harewood and Zamora both to score 10/1

Wigan v Charlton Saturday 17th December 15.00

Wigan 6/5
Draw 9/4
Charlton 9/5

Get on: Charlton

With both teams struggling for form, Charlton get a tentative nod. Darren Bent scored the winner against Wigan when on fire earlier in the season, he's heating up again.
Match Special:
Darren Bent to score the only goal of the game 33/1

Man City v Birmingham Saturday 17th December 17.15 Live on Premiership Plus

Man City 8/11
Draw 9/4
Birmingham 10/3

Get on: Man City

Psycho's men haven't scored at home since Halloween, a frightening statistic. It won't be a thriller.
Match Special:
Man City to win 1-0 6/1

Middlesbrough v Tottenham Sunday 18th December 13.30 Live on Sky

Middlesbrough 6/4
Draw 11/5
Tottenham 6/4

Get on: Draw

Spurs don't like it by the Riverside; they have to go back to 1996 to find a winning trip. Boro are gaining consistency, from their last six matches at home, they've won four and drawn two. Spurs are also in good nick, they've scored eight goals in their last three games. It's a draw.
Match Special:
Match to finish 2-2 14/1

Arsenal v Chelsea Sunday 18th December 16.00 Live on Sky

Arsenal 13/8
Draw 11/5
Chelsea 11/8

Get on: Chelsea

It's nearly 15 years since Chelsea won a league match at Highbury. That long wait is nearly over.
Match Special:
Chelsea to keep a clean sheet 7/4






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