Premier League Betting Review – 26 March 2006

Post by David Walker

Chelsea created no mistake versus Manchester City following very last weekend’s shock defeat at Fulham as they won easily at Stamford Bridge. Two objectives in three initial-fifty percent minutes from Didier Drogba earned the three/10 Blues a two- win and kept up their march towards retaining the Premiership.

Manchester United kept up the stress on Chelsea with a comfortable win about Birmingham Metropolis. Punters will have ploughed into the 1/5 odds on an Aged Trafford win and the Reds did not disappoint. A Maik Taylor personal goal soon after three minutes and Ryan Giggs soon after fifteen gave United the excellent start and Wayne Rooney added gloss seven minutes prior to the conclude.

Liverpool won the 203rd Merseyside derby but noticed Steven Gerrard sent-off right after just eighteen minutes. The Reds, 6/ten favourites prior to kick-off, lead at half-time by means of a Phil Neville individual goal and Luis Garcia doubled the benefit two minutes right after the restart. Tim Cahill gave the Toffees wish on the hour but Harry Kewell ensured victory 6 minutes prior to complete-time.

Blackburn Rovers continued to push for a Champions League location with a narrow 1- win at rock-bottom Sunderland. Rovers, most likely to be the most well-known “away win” choice for punters this weekend, justified their seven/ten odds after fifteen minutes when Steven Reid scoring the successful target.

Middlesbrough won a thrilling encounter versus Bolton Wanderers. The Trotters took the lead through Stelios Giannakopoulos but Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink equalised minutes later. Mark Viduka finished off an incisive move before Hasselbaink claimed his second following the break to put 8/five Boro firmly in management. Bolton hit back again by means of Jay-Jay Okocha’s penalty and then Radhi Jaidi levelled at 3-3. Stuart Parnarby scrambled in a 91st moment winner to open up a 10 position gap above the bottom 3.

West Ham United came from behind to snatch victory at delicious 11/four odds at Wigan Athletic. Lee McCulloch gave the Latics the lead on the stroke of half-time but Marlon Harewood restored parity 7 minutes after the break. Nigel Reo-Coker netted a final-gasp winner for the Hammers.

Newcastle United slumped to their third consecutive league defeat as Charlton Athletic won comfortably at the Valley. A Darren Bent penalty gave the thirteen/ten Addicks the lead after 23 minutes but Scott Parker equalised for the Magpies on 34. Charlton ended up back in front two minutes later through a Lee Bowyer personal target and Jay Bothroyd extra a third two minutes before the stop.

Aston Villa and Fulham played out a goalless draw at Villa Park. Shrewd punters will have backed the nine/4 draw alternative which noticed Fulham make only their fourth level absent from home all time.

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