Bookie Bill here again continuing the $10k wager I have with Dealer Dan on our English Premiership Betting Tips. Dealer Dan is off on vacation, so he’s asked me to do another week of tips and he’ll do double-duty when he gets back.
Before the international break, there were heartbreaking scenes, as both Aston Villa AND Fulham took the lead, before both were pegged back, ruining a couple of nice prices. Still, I’ve got confidence this week’s picks will get me back on track.
Fulham to draw with Tottenham @ 11/5
Fulham are a club that seems to love drawing at the moment and what better way to keep the run going than against a team that is stuttering somewhat, woth some good results mixed with one or two shockers. Fulham at home are great and the fact that they’ve drawn 4 out of their lat 6 league matches suggests a draw could be the likeliest outcome here.
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Over 3.5 goals in Arsenal Vs Birmingham @ 27/20
Arsenal are a goal scoring team, while Birmingham like to concede goals away from home. The fact they shipped 3 goals to West Brom sums it up. Arsenal should be capable of a minimum of three and will have something to prove after the defeat to Chelsea. Birmingham should also be able to chip in with a goal or two, as Arsenal’s defence hasn’t look as solid as the defences of old.
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Newcastle to beat Wigan @ 9/10
A couple of blips for Newcastle United, but the fact remains that St James’ park is a fortress and a team like Wigan really won’t fancy coming here. Chris Hughton will want to get his team back on track after a couple of defeats. However, although the scoreline against Manchester City was a defeat (2-1), they looked capable of hanging with the big boys and not for the first time this season. A shade of odds-on is a fanastic price for a team looking to bounce back against one of the weaker teams in the league.
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Liverpool Vs Everton: Liverpool half-time, Everton full-time @ 28/1
Derbys are always messy affairs and the Merseryside Derby is proof. Both teams have had trouble this season, although Liverpool’s trouble seems to have stemmed from off-field antics. I think both tams have been that inconsistent that anything can and will happen. If Liverpool are leading at half-time, expect Everton to come out all guns blasing on the second half and I think they’ll make a real go of it.
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