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English Premier League Betting 22-23rd December

Discussion in 'British Football Betting' started by ONEDUNME, Dec 19, 2012.

  1. ONEDUNME

    ONEDUNME Administrator

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    22 Dec 12:45 UK Wigan v Arsenal 16/5 3/1 8/11
    22 Dec 15:00 UK Tottenham v Stoke 8/13 14/5 9/2
    22 Dec 15:00 UK West Ham v Everton 19/10 23/10 13/10
    22 Dec 15:00 UK Newcastle v QPR EVS 12/5 5/2
    22 Dec 15:00 UK West Brom v Norwich 17/20 13/5 14/5
    22 Dec 15:00 UK Southampton v Sunderland EVS 12/5 5/2
    22 Dec 15:00 UK Man City v Reading 3/20 13/2 12/1
    22 Dec 17:30 UK Liverpool v Fulham 4/7 14/5 9/2
    23 Dec 13:30 UK Swansea v Man Utd 19/5 3/1 8/13
    23 Dec 16:00 UK Chelsea v Aston Villa 3/10 4/1 8/1


    odds Will Hill
  2. swooperman

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    West ham at 19//10 v Everton who have no Fellaini, that looks like my bet. Can't decide on Villa. plenty of teams cant handle ben10 at the moment & 8/1 again looks large
  3. Punter

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    I was thinking about West Ham myself Swoop' it's not a bad price that with Fellaini out. Having said that they have enough decent players still. I'll leave this till closer the weekend but it's a tempter.
    I dont think Villa will get anything this week though, great stuff last week but Liverpool have nowhere near the class of Chelsea right now. Not trying to put a downer on last weeks win as it was brilliant but Chelsea are a different proposition altogether.

    I'm more likely to chance Sunderland than any, unless Seen can put me off. I think it's a big price 11/4.
    Seb' Larsson believes they have enough to beat these sort of teams..
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/20756700

    It's no banker but 11/4 is a bit big no? I might take that but might also add Sunderland/Draw Ht/Ft with a small bet @ 16/1

    I see Charlie Adams father passed away this week, i'm not sure if that will have any bearing on the game but didnt Stoke get a win at WHL not too long ago? I still fancy Spurs here but not enough to back them.

    Man City 6 Reading 0?

    I fancy QPR to get something at Newcastle too but overall there's nothing standout as yet for me.
  4. slick

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    Agree with West Ham Swoops as Fellaini will be a big miss but can't help thinking a draw is also a strong possibility.

    Villa's odds do look on the large side and like Punt I don't think they will win but the game may well be a lot closer than those odds suggest, maybe one for the AH.

    Good luck with Sunderland too Punt, you're right in that it's a big price but I don't think I would trust Sunderland enough to put money on them, O'neil has started to look like he's going to crack and walk at any moment too lately.

    Swansea could be one to watch this weekend, they are playing some cracking football at home and with United no doubt going out for the win it has the makings of a good open game of football, has to be one for btts if anything else.
    United will do well to get all three points here unlike their odds suggest.

    I might take a chance on Newcastle, they may have turned a corner because they played very well in patches against City and if they didn't take something from that game confidence wise then some is very wrong at Saint James's.
    QPR may have got their first win of the season last weekend but they did nearly throw it away and now the monkey is off their back I expect them to start showing a bit more confidence which could backfire as they just aren't good enough with the current players they have at this level.

    Liverpool 4/7 lol, I expect them to win but Liverpool so far this season are just unbackable, steer well clear.
  5. ONEDUNME

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    I don't agree that West Ham will beat Everton. I'll be on the draw on that one. Even without the fifth Marx Brother, Everton have too much for the Hammers.

    That could be have been posted before any game in the last three seasons and you're spot on Slick. For a team that Rodgers has said in the last month are aiming for a top 4 place (and even top 2 in one interview, I shit you not!) someone might like to point out to him that we're nearing the end of the year and they haven't ended a Saturday night in the TOP HALF of the table ONCE yet this season.

    If thinks go right for them today, they can change that but I'm thinking they may have to wait until next week for that achievement.

    I'll be on ht x ft United tomorrow and my biggest bet of the weekend will be Newcastle to beat QPR.

    I hate backing Spurs at odds on but I'll make an exception today and I think West brom will beat Norwich
  6. swooperman

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    Not many goals around yesterday, but I fancy some today. Villa at Chelsea has a recent history of goals, most of em for the Blues its true, but Villa are about as confident as its possible to me considering our position. We've had a 4-4 & a 3-3 here in recent years, & came from behind to win last season (under McLeish ffs!) & I'm conveniently ignoring the 7-1 here. I'm going for a pair of 2-2 draws today, single & double, also a lay of Chelsea & United double. Also, very small stakes on Ben10 to wreak havoc again with a pair or a hat trick....it is xmas after all :lol
  7. swooperman

    swooperman Resident nob

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    Nothing to see here :wasnme move along I thank you
  8. Colbro

    Colbro Well-Known Member

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    I know you are a generous bunch here on betnod but I would not like some After Eight Mints for christmas thank you:lookaround
  9. ONEDUNME

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    Was that a reference to the scoreline Swoops? If so, you weren't far off.
  10. swooperman

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    I didnt actually think Chelsea were that great either :lookaround
  11. Colbro

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    Three of the first four goals were first class finishes. Torres' header was superb and the free kick from Luiz - Ronaldo tried so many times last season to score a goal like that but failed nearly every time
  12. Colbro

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    Having said that Lambert got his tactics badly wrong all game. We were out numbered all game in midfield and he did not address the problem

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