PREMIERSHIP betting soccer picks
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In the Premiership, Man United kept up the heat on Chelsea by Blackburn last week, and they’re now odds 2.625 with bet365 for the title (Chelsea 1.67). That might be a price worth taking considering that they have an easier set of fixtures than the Blues in the coming weeks. After their impressive win over Liverpool, Arsenal (odds 9) are still in the hunt, but bet365 punters think they’re more likely to finish third, backing them into 1.44 (from 1.67) in the betting ‘Without Chelsea & Man United’.
This weekend, Arsenal (1.3) can grab another three points against Newcastle (odds 9), and punters should play up their winnings from last week (tipped up here at Evens (odds 2)!) by backing Wenger’s boys to win to nil at 1.67. It’s hard to see the Toon scoring right now, while they’ve also been making plenty of mistakes at the back.
In other games, both Reading and Portsmouth should do the business this weekend. The Royals have had a nasty run of fixtures, so they will be glad to be playing struggling Charlton (odds 3.4). They look a good bet at Evens (2.00) with bet365 to add to their morale-boosting win over Spurs, while Pompey (1.62) should be able to exploit Watford’s (odds 5.00) current weaknesses.
You’d expect Chelsea (1.22) and Man United (1.36) to beat West Ham (odds at 11.0) and Sheffield United (odds 8.5) respectively, and the five-fold (including Arsenal, Reading and Pompey) pays out £154 for a £20 stake, which includes a bet365 bonus of 10%. Each week, bet365 pay out up to 60% more on winning accumulators involving teams from the top flight, and they bet all games to 107% which means better value prices all around.
Everton and Bolton are fancied to share the points – take the 11/5 with bet365 – when they meet at Goodison Park, while Aston Villa can also make a point (odds 3.10) when they take on Wigan. Man City are no world-beaters, but they have earned the right to be respected on home soil where they have already accounted for Arsenal this season. They were unlucky against Newcastle last week, and they should be backed at a tasty 2.20 odds with bet365 to gain compensation against Fulham (odds 3.4).
Middlesbrough are also a tempting bet at 3.20 to beat Liverpool (odds 2.1) considering the Reds’ away record, but the best pre-match bet on the game could lie in opposing goals – 1.57 Under 2.5 goals with bet365. Goals could also be at a premium in the live game between Blackburn v Tottenham (live) when bet365 will be betting In-Play on up to 28 markets after kick off.
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