Premiership Betting Review – 13 February 2006

Post by David Walker

Middlesbrough produced a mockery of their 7/one odds by crushing Chelsea 3- at the Riverside Stadium. Boro, with just a single win in their previous 11 Premiership matches, took the lead by means of Fabio Rochemback, although further strikes from Stuart Downing and Yakubu sealed a memorable victory. Chelsea, with just a single win in their final five league matches, will have busted a handful of discount coupons at two/5.

Manchester United minimize Chelsea’s lead at the top to twelve factors with a convincing 3-one win at Portsmouth. A Ruud van Nistelrooy target and two from Ronaldo meant 8/fifteen United were cruising by half-time.

Livepool at Evens kept up the pressure with a victory at Wigan. Defender Sami Hyypia was the not likely match winner following 30 minutes.

Arsenal and Bolton met for the second time in a fortnight and the match ended in a negative tempered draw. Kevin Nolan gave Bolton a shock lead after 12 minutes and the Trotters almost held out for an eleven/2 win until Gilberto levelled the match in damage time.

Everton’s moved up to tenth with a 1- victory more than Blackburn. Goalkeeper Iain Turner was sent off following nine minutes and was changed by yet another debutante in 19-12 months-aged John Ruddy. Nevertheless, the ten-guys of Everton took the lead via James Beattie soon after 33 minutes and held on to win at 5/4.

Newcastle produced it two wins out of two for caretaker manager Glenn Roeder with a 2-one victory at Aston Villa. Shola Ameobi gave the Magpies the lead soon after two minutes but in-form Luke Moore levelled for Villa with his fifth aim in three matches. Charles N’Zogbia netted for the second successive week to seal a 14/five win.

A previous gasp target from Daryl Murphy salvaged a stage for rock-bottom Sunderland. Tottenham Hotspur, 7/ten favourites on the day, took the lead on 38 minutes via Robbie Keane and have been cruising to victory till two minutes remaining.

Manchester City edged Charlton three-two thank you to a spectacular 35 property hard work from Joey Barton. Town, nine/10 favourites, took a 1st half lead by means of Richard Dunne but Darren Bent levelled. Substitute George Samaras produced an immediate effect and Barton blasted home on 62.

The largest win of the weekend came at Craven Cottage where Fulham crushed relegation threatened West Brom six-1. Two goals each from Heidur Helguson and Collins John, Tomasz Radzinski and an very own aim from Curtis Davies sealed a great win at 5/six.

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