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The first of the 4 teams, Chelsea, get the weekend started at 12.30pm (live on Sky Sports) away to Brighton. They are then followed by Leicester at home to Watford, and resurgent West Ham, who entertain Bournemouth at the City of London Stadium, both 3pm kick offs. Then the 4-fold is completed by Man City, who are at home to Newcastle, kicking off at 5.30pm.
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Chelsea host Norwich in their FA Cup 3rd Round replay tonight, and Coral have a great new customers offer if you think Chelsea can break their run of 0-0 draws, and finally have a match with a goal scored.
This offer is for 90 minutes only. If it’s 0-0 at the end of 90 minutes and there is a goal in the 30 minutes extra-time, it won’t count towards this offer.
Antonio Conte’s men have now had three successive 0-0 draws in all competitions. First against Norwich in the original FA Cup fixture, then against Arsenal in the 1st leg of the Carabao Cup, and then another one against Leicester City in the Premier League last Saturday.
Chances are that run can’t continue much longer. Chelsea are heavy odds on favourites tonight, just 2/9 with Coral, so it’s hard to see them not finally ending the scoreless run, and when they do, they will probably score a hat full.
If the match does end 0-0, then you will get a £5.00 free bet from Coral. If 0-0 does worry you, then you could always have a sneaky couple of quid on it on the Betfair Exchange, this will ensure you win something no matter what the outcome.
For the record, Norwich are 11/1, and the draw is 5/1. All these prices are 90 minutes only, remember as this is the FA Cup, the match will go to extra time and penalties, if required. Kick off is at 7.45pm, and match is live on BBC1.
Not everybody seemed happy with Stoke’s appointment of Paul Lambert today, and that coupled with a 3-0 defeat away at Old Trafford on Monday night, has seen Stoke’s relegation odds shorten to 13/8 with Paddy Power.
In the latest Premier League Relegation Betting, Swansea still lead the way at 2/9, Alan Pardew’s Baggies come next at 5/6, then Stoke, and then we have an interesting battle as the three promoted sides seem to be sliding towards the trap door, and could provide salvation for the likes of Stoke and West Brom
Brighton are next in the betting at 9/5, with Huddersfield at 15/1, and Newcastle the next best at 3/1. All three look well capable of going back to the Championship, with only really Swansea not currently showing any potential to catch them.
United are 1/5 to win, the draw is 13/2, and an unlikely Stoke victory is a massive looking 17/1. Stoke are in the midst of a dismal run, and only last weekend they sacked Mark Hughes from his job as manager, after the 2-1 FA Cup defeat away at League 2 Coventry.
Sometimes a club gets a lift after getting rid of a manager, or appointing a new one, but I don’t see this happening here. A good result for Stoke here would be a 1-0 defeat with a good showing, giving them something to build on. I just don’t see them getting any better.
With Tottenham winning again on Saturday, Top 4 Finish Betting is hotting up as the gap between 2nd and 5th places shortens. For this reason alone, United could do with all 3 points on Monday.
Harry Kane added another 2 goals to his Premier League tally in the 4-0 win over Everton on Saturday evening, and he is now as short as 1/3 with Paddy Power to be the Premier League’s top goalscorer this season.
Kane now has 20 goals in the Premier League this season, 2 ahead of closest rival, Liverpool’s Mohamad Salah, who scored his 18th of the season in his team’s 4-3 win over Premier League leaders Manchester City earlier today. Salah is now 9/2 with Paddy Power in Top Premier League Goal Scorer Betting.
Next up in the Premier League for Kane and his Tottenham side is an away trip to Southampton on Sunday. While Salah’s Liverpool visit Swansea a week on Monday, both matches are live on Sky Sports.
It’s being billed as the match of the season so far. The two attacking forces that are Liverpool and Manchester City meet live on Sky Sports today (4pm kick-off, watch here with a NowTV day pass), and Betfair have a multi choice new customers offer.
Neither of these two sides focus much on defensive duties. This match looks likely to resemble a basketball match, with both sides just going from end to end. With home advantage, Liverpool have an added advantage, and many think this could be the day City’s unbeaten run can come to an end.
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You need to deposit £5.00 to Coral, and the maximum bet you can have at 25/1 is £1.00. Bournemouth haven’t had a 0-0 since Swansea away on the 25th November, and we all know about Arsenal’s attacking credentials. I’d say that the chances of this match ending 0-0 are fairly remote.
If 0-0 is putting you off, then just have a couple of quid on 0-0 on the Betfair Exchange, at 19/1. As well as covering your bet on the exchange, if the match does ends 0-0, you will also get a £5.00 free bet from Coral. So you will be okay, win or lose.
This means if a goal is scored, you get £25.00 worth of free bets from Coral, and your pound back. While if the match ends 0-0, you will get a free bet of £5.00 from Coral, and £38.00 in cash from Betfair (assuming you have £2.00 at 19/1 on 0-0), if you decide to cover.
Arsenal are now out to 11/4 with Paddy Power in Premier League Top 4 Finish Betting, so the Gunners know they can’t afford any slips in matches like this. With Liverpool taking on Man City later, meaning there is a strong possibility they might drop points, Arsenal know that this is a must win game.
Spurs cut Everton down to size in the Premier League this evening, and in the process of doing so, they reminded Sam Allardyce that not only is his honeymoon period at Everton over, but that if he thought he had fixed their defensive woes, he’s badly mistaken.
The 4-0 win for Spurs has seen them move level on points and goal difference with fourth placed Liverpool, with the Reds only remaining ahead of Spurs on goals scored. A defeat for Liverpool at home to City on Sunday, would see Tottenham replacing them in the top 4.
All of this means that Tottenham are now fifth in the betting for a top 4 finish, at Even money with Paddy Power. There is no odds on Man City as they are miles ahead, and of the other runners and riders in Top 4 Finish Betting, Chelsea and Man Utd are both 2/9, Liverpool are 1/3, and Arsenal are the outsiders at 11/4.
Harry Kane also managed to score another 2 goals in the 4-0 win, and a result of that, the striker has been further cut in the Premier League Top Goalscorer Betting market, he is now just 1/3 to finish the season with the coveted Golden Boot.
After a break for the FA Cup last weekend, the Premier League is back, and Betfair are leading the way with the new customer offers, with their massively enhanced odds accumulator of 100/1 on 4 of the top 6 to win.
This 4-fold currently pays 8.23 on Betfair for a £1.00 bet, so it has been enhanced more than 10 fold. Chelsea, Tottenham and Arsenal all look good value for wins this weekend, the only fly in the ointment is Manchester City are Liverpool’s opponents, but if City are to lose a game this season, this could well be the one.
Liverpool have home advantage, and they are currently in a rich vein of form. City struggled to get past Bristol City on Wednesday night in the Carabao Cup, so now could be the time for their unbeaten run to come to an end.
If you are considering using this offer, bear in mind that the Liverpool V City match is the last up on the 4-fold. So if the other 3 have already all won, you would be able to have a little side bet on the draw, and a City win, and you would then be guaranteed a profit no matter what the outcome at Anfield.
Mauricio Pellegrino takes his struggling Southampton side to Watford today, in what is being rumoured to be his last match in charge if things go wrong.
Pellegrino is the odds on favourite in the sack race, he is currently a best price of 4/6 with Paddy Power to be next Premier League manager to be shown the door.
The Southampton boss took on the mantle of favourite in this market after Stoke relieved Mark Hughes of his duties after last weekend’s 2-1 defeat away to Coventry City in the FA Cup.
Ironically, the second favourite in next manager to be sacked betting is Pellegrino’s opposite number today, Watford’s Marco Silva. Paddy Power have the Portuguese at 6/1, followed by Bournemouth’s Eddie Howe, who is 7/1.