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Football Betting Tips

by Ben, last updated 2010-10-22 18:30:57

 Premiership Betting Tips

 23rd - 24th October 2010

23rd October 2010

Tottenham (2.1) Draw (3.4) Everton (4)
Excellent come back from Spurs midweek in Milan. 4-0 down and with only 10 men, they managed to get it back to 4-3 with Gareth Bale scoring a hat trick. I guess this will probably be detrimental to them though. The last thing you want is coming in to a Saturday game is a gruelling midweek encounter. Everton continued their winning run with a good performance against a woeful Liverpool team. Tim Cahill once again delivered. Who needs strikers when you have him? Looking at the odds, I will have to go with the Everton win. 4.0 is a big price. They'll be fresher than Spurs who may have some tiredness problems after the midweek game. Its 4.0 at Boylesports

Birmingham (1.95) Draw (3.6) Blackpool (4.5)
Birmingham managed to take the lead against Arsenal last week before losing 2-1. They didn't create many chances and scored against the run of play with their first attack of the game. They will probably struggle to score here. Blackpool could have beaten City last week or at least got a draw. They had a goal wrongly disallowed at 0-0. They ended up losing 3-2 but it could have easily been different. Their away form has been surprisingly good, winning 3/5 and the losses being at Arsenal and Chelsea. I'm going for the away win again here. 4.5 is huge against a Birmingham side that has only won 1 game so far. Its 4.5 at Skybet

Chelsea (1.14) Draw (8.5) Wolverhampton (23)
Not much to say about this game. Its 1.14 for the home win. I guess the value bet for this game is Chelsea to win to nil. Out of 4 home games, they haven't conceded any. It's 1.8 at Ladbrokes. I see that as 5 times the price for practically the same bet.

Sunderland (2.5) Draw (3.3) Aston Villa (3.13)
Sunderland are competing with Fulham on who can get the most draws. 6/8 draws so far with the last 5 being draws. They should have really beaten Blackburn last Monday because Blackburn played the whole of the second half with 10 men. They had their chances but didn't put them away. Villa played out a 0-0 last week against Chelsea. Not many teams keep a clean sheet against the league leaders. I am thinking this will be a 1X game. I don't think Villa have been as dangerous on the road this season as in previous ones. I will opt of the home win. Sunderland have been playing well and they have to be due a win sometime, its 2.5 at Betfred.

West Bromwich (2.2) Draw (3.4) Fulham (3.75)
West Brom defied all the odds last weekend from 2-0 down to get a draw at Old Trafford. Currently unbeaten in 5, with games including Spurs, Arsenal and City as well. After the opening day hammering at Stamford Bridge you feared for them but now they sit 6th in the table. Fulham lost their unbeaten start to the season last weekend with a 2-1 home defeat at the hands of Spurs. It was a controversial goal that won it and really shouldn't have been given. I do think Fulham have taken a step back under Mark Hughes though so I'm ruling out backing them for this game. I think the home win is the best bet. Its 2.2 at Boylesports

Wigan (2.5) Draw (3.3) Bolton (3.1)
Wigan looked like they were going to get all the points from Newcastle last weekend. They were 2-0 up inside 23 minutes with 2 goals from ex-Newcastle player, Charles Nzogbia. Last on Newcastle pulled one back and then in injury time managed to pull it back to 2-2. Bolton beat Stoke with a late injury time last weekend. It was a hard fought game and Bolton just about deserved it. They will be without their goalscorer Klasnic this game though after being sent off. I have no strong opinions about this game. The draw looks the best value here at 3.3 at Ladbrokes.

West Ham (2.4) Draw (3.4) Newcastle United (3.3)
West Ham are still bottom of the table on goal difference despite being unbeaten in 4. After the disastrous start they seems to have got it together now. They finished the stronger last week in their 1-1 draw against Wolves. No win for Newcastle in their last 3. In fact, there were 2 losses and only a very late goal salvaged point for them against Wigan. Problems off the field for Andy Carroll, means that their top goal scorer may be distracted. Its also pretty funny how he was bailed to live with his captain Kevin Nolan. I am going to go for the home win here. West Ham have turned it around and will start climbing the table for sure. Its 2.4 at William Hill.

24th October 2010

Stoke (6) Draw (3.75) Manchester United (1.73)
Stoke could have no complaints about the loss last weekend to Bolton. I guess you can't win them all. Their excellent streak had to come to an end sometime. Big trouble behind the scenes at Manchester United with Rooney now saying publically, he wants to leave. I guess that means he won't be starting but thats probably a good thing. Manchester United let a 2-0 lead slip against West Brom last week and then only defeated Bursaspor, 1-0 midweek in their Champions League game. I can't be having Manchester United at 1.73 on their current form. I think its too much to ask Stoke to be Manchester United though so I'll back the draw at 3.75 at bet365.

Liverpool (1.67) Draw (3.8) Blackburn (6)
Hodgson rested players midweek in their Europa League fixture as he knows this fixture is more important. Last weekend they were awful in the derby and rightfully lost 2-0. They don't seem to have the players that can turn a game around. They couldn't beat relegation favourites Blackpool in their last home game. Blackburn aren't pulling up any trees this season so far but Big Sam will fancy his chances here. They did well to get the 0-0 against Sunderland last weekend having played the second half with just 10 men. Betting wise this is a fixture to skip. I guess in normal times, you'd expect Liverpool to be about 1.4 in this fixture but this isn't a normal Liverpool side.

Manchester City (2.5) Draw (3.4) Arsenal (3.1)
The big game of the weekend. City are on a 4 game winning streak which has put them second in the table just above Arsenal. They aren't playing that well but seems to be doing enough to win and having Tevez on side is a big plus. He's the type of player that can just pop up and win a game. Arsenal will have Walcott and Bendtner back for this game. Arsenal have been missing some of their attacking players recently. They ended their losing streak with a 2-1 win over Birmingham but it wasn't a great performance. The 5-1 midweek win against Shaktar was impressive. They can do that against weaker teams but City are far from a weak team. Its a tricky one this. I can't really pick a winner. Any of the results wouldn't surprise me. I am going to go for over 2.5 goals. Its 2.0 at bet365. I can see both teams scoring and there being a winner so overs is the logical bet.





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