Happy Sunday to everyone except Fernandinho and the Chelsea team.
It was all set to be a great Saturday afternoon of betting when Kevin De Bruyne unleashed a true thunderb*****d to give Man City a late lead against Newcastle.
10 minutes later Fernandinho’s needless foul let the Geordies back in, before Chelsea succumbed to West Ham to really pour cold water on the day’s proceedings.
Oh well, we still gave you another 8/1 winner…
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Freddie Ljungberg takes his first step into professional management with a trip to rejuvenated Norwich while Leicester will be aiming to scythe through Everton and Man United face a fired up Aston Villa.
Jamie Vardy is looking the Jamie Vardy from 2015/16 season as if my name was Yerry Mina I would be afraid, very afraid.
Here’s a couple of flutters that have caught our eyes:
- JAMIE VARDY TO SCORE AND ASSIST, 15/2 BOOST WITH BETWAY – Benjamin Button himself could sign Marco Silva’s death sentence with another glittering display this afternoon.
- NORWICH TO DRAW WITH ARSENAL AND BTTS, 15/4 WITH BETWAY – Can you even call a draw at Norwich a new manager bounce?
Either of those tickle your fancy?
Liverpool have forgotten how to keep clean sheets and yet they are still winning nearly every week.
The 2-1 win over Brighton yesterday was the 14th time this season Jurgen Klopp’s side have won but also conceded – it is becoming a near cert almost every game.
In fact they have won nine of their last 12 games when both teams have scored, so if you noticed this trend and started backing it at the beginning of October you will be rolling in it right now.
And if you did, congratulations on your Liquid Betting™.
In the Championship Leeds have earned certified banker status at Bets Club HQ.
They thrashed Middlesbrough 4-0 to make it five wins in a row.
Next week we’re sticking the house on Liverpool to win and BTTS and Leeds.
We’re struggling to decide whether Man City drawing at Newcastle or Chelsea losing at home to West Ham was the bigger surprise.
Either way, both results ballsed our betslips.
City really cannot be trusted in the way they were last season – we all thought they had finally wrapped up the win when KDB absolutely Yeboah’d it with just 10 minutes left.
That means City have won just one of their last five matches and they have lost their certified banker status at DT HQ.
The Hammers pulled off a major suprise by beating Chelsea at Stamford Bridge and in doing so ruined our 3pm accas and extended Manuel Pelligrini’s stint on death row.
UP THE TICS
Sometimes there’s just nothing you can do when you come up against a player called Puscas.
Wigan were a goal to the good at half time before conceding a five-minute hat-trick from Reading’s George Puscas.
But just like we thought, there are normally plenty of goals when Paul Cook’s side are in action.
They may have lost four of their last five games but in that spell we have seen at least three goals in each game. Entertainers.
As for the losing at half time, winning at full time, we go again next weekend.
THE CASH OUT
Have a look at these to make things lively this Sunday:
- Treat yourself to a pie at the game: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Marcus Rashford both to score, 3/1 with Betway
- Get an extra round in the pub tonight: Wolves v Sheffield United both teams to score in both halves, 16/1 with Betway
- We’re booking flights to Vegas right now: Norwich v Arsenal, Wolves v Sheff United and Man United v Aston Villa all to draw, 61/1 with Betway
Go well, Bets Clubbers.