Walker’s Word – Premier League Betting Preview 29/30 April 2006

Manchester United could postpone Chelsea’s festivals by a further week while Portsmouth could consign both West Bromwich Albion and Birmingham City this end of the week composes David Walker.

 

Chelsea versus Manchester United 

 

The conflict of the structure groups and the outcome which could affirm Chelsea’s maintenance of the Premiership should the Blues win. Chelsea have been immaculate before their own fans this season, winning 17 out of 18 Premiership matches. Surely, the main time they have been beaten inside an hour and a half at home this season was against Barcelona in the Champions League. Manchester United are the Premiership’s structure group, with 10 successes in their last 11 matches and the stunning goalless draw against Sunderland the main smear on an impeccable copybook. Visit :- สูตรเเทงบอล

 

Joined have won only multiple times at Stamford Bridge in 14 Premiership gatherings while Chelsea have encountered similar accomplishment against the Reds on home soil. The match has completed all square on five events so verifiably there isn’t a lot to part the sides. Chelsea have won the last two gatherings at home 1-0 while United’s last achievement came four years prior when they won 3-0.

 

Chelsea go into the match as top choices, however Manchester United could expand the title “race” to one more week with triumph at enticing chances.

 

Walker’s Word: Stubborn United to fight on @ 11/4. 

 

Birmingham City versus Newcastle United 

 

Birmingham are in urgent need of focuses on the off chance that they are to maintain a strategic distance from transfer and have gradually turned the corner by staying unbeaten in their last three home games. In any case, with individual assignment competitors Portsmouth likewise hitting structure, Steve Bruce’s side may run out of games. The last two gatherings between the pair have completed all square while Newcastle won 2-0 of every 2002. Newcastle have hit a rich vein of structure under guardian supervisor Glenn Roeder and have won their last five matches. The Magpies will have a great deal to state in the transfer fight, having beaten West Brom 3-0 a weekend ago and are probably not going to do a side which has not beaten them at St. Andrews since 1977 any courtesies.

 

Walker’s Word: Newcastle win @ 17/10. 

 

Liverpool versus Aston Villa 

 

Liverpool, straight from dispatching Chelsea out of the FA Cup will be sure of beating modest Aston Villa. The Reds have won their last two against Villa at and three in their last five gatherings at Anfield. While Liverpool have won 14 out of 18 home matches this season, David O’Leary’s side have been ghastly out and about. They have lost their last four, including two weighty annihilations: 5-0 against Arsenal 5-0 and 4-1 at Everton. Estate are probably going to endure transfer just barely and a superior objective contrast, yet focuses on the board won’t keep them from playing like a side tumbling out of the division on Saturday.

 

Walker’s Word: One for the large hitters – home win @ 4/11. 

 

Manchester City versus Fulham 

 

After a promising beginning to the season, Manchester City have dove to the lower echelons of the Premiership and will consider this to be as a method of reestablishing some pride. The last two gatherings between the sides have finished as draws, despite the fact that City have had the better of past experiences. The Citizens handed out a 4-1 pounding in 2003 and delighted in a 4-0 win in 2000 and 3-0 triumph in 1999 as the two sides advanced through Division’s One and Two individually. Added to this, Fulham not succeeded at City since 1984 in the old second division and Stuart Pearce’s side could exploit and creep above them in the table.

 

Walker’s Word: Manchester City @ Evens. 

 

Middlesbrough versus Everton 

 

Middlesbrough have experience a blocked installation list as of late because of their accomplishment in the FA and UEFA Cups. Notwithstanding some risky outcomes out and about, they stay a power at the Riverside Stadium and have won four of their last five at home, including the 3-0 annihilation of Chelsea. Everton have not beaten Middlesbrough away since 2000, with Boro recording two successes and two draws from that point forward. The conflict against Everton will be Middlesbrough’s 10th match in April and with Steve McClaren’s side playing a vital UEFA Cup semi-last on Thursday, the Toffees get an opportunity of getting back to Merseyside with at any rate a point.

 

Walker’s Word: Low scoring draw @ 9/4.

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