Bookie Bill here continuing the $10k wager I have with Dealer Dan. At the moment, Dan is leading the way, but it’s a marathon, not a sprint and I’m confident I’ll be pegging Dan back over the coming months, as well as giving you all some fantastic tips for the coming week’s fixtures.
Dan: (3-2-2) +4.16 units
Bookie Bill: (2-6) -2.5 units
I’m giving Dan the benefit of the doubt when putting Spurs to beat Stoke, as that game as played at the start of the season and Spurs were playing West Brom last week. So 2 no bets and a nice turn from Chelsea ensure Dan stays ahead. I’m looking to get back to .500 this week.
West Brom to beat Birmingham @ 11/8
I like the way Birmingham have been playing this season and they’re definitely a mid-table team in the English Premiership. However, West Brom are a force to be reckoned with at home and got a good result against Spurs last week. West Brom don’t tend to have a problem scoring, whereas Birmingham do. West Brom to nick it by the odd goal.
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Nicolas Anelka to score a hat-trick vs Blackpool @ 16/1
Anelka deserved a hat-trick during the week and Blackpool, coming off the back of a great win against Newcastle, might be brought back down to earth with a bump by the champions. Chelsea have been scoring goals for fun, the gulf in class is too great and Anelka should benefit from this.
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Both teams to score in Aston Villa Vs Bolton match @ 5/6
Honestly, I just fancy both teams to go for this and both defences haven’t been the most solid this season, while both teams are capable of scoring against this level of opposition.
Manchester United Vs Liverpool Under 1.5 goals @ 23/10
Traditionally, these are low scoring encounters and both teams won’t want to give anything up. They’ll both also be feeling the effects of playing a midweek European game. Expect this match to be settled by one goal.