Premiership Betting Review – 13 February 2006
Middlesbrough made a joke of their 7/1 chances by pounding Chelsea 3-0 at the Riverside Stadium. Boro, with only one win in their last 11 Premiership matches, started to lead the pack through Fabio Rochemback, while further strikes from Stuart Downing and Yakubu fixed an important triumph. Chelsea, with only one win in their last five class matches, will have busted a couple of coupons at 2/5.
Manchester United รีวิวสินค้าไอทีcut Chelsea’s lead at the top to 12 focuses with a persuading 3-1 win at Portsmouth. A Ruud van Nistelrooy objective and two from Ronaldo implied 8/15 United were cruising considerably time.
Livepool at Evens kept up the weight with a triumph at Wigan. Protector Sami Hyypia was the far-fetched coordinate victor following 30 minutes.
Arms stockpile and Bolton met for the second time in a fortnight and the match finished in a terrible tempered draw. Kevin Nolan gave Bolton a stun lead following 12 minutes and the Trotters nearly waited for a 11/2 win until Gilberto leveled the match in injury time.
Everton’s climbed to tenth with a 1-0 triumph over Blackburn. Goalkeeper Iain Turner was sent off following nine minutes and was supplanted by another debutante in 19-year-old John Ruddy. In any case, the 10-men of Everton started to lead the pack through James Beattie following 33 minutes and clutched succeed at 5/4.
Newcastle made it two successes out of two for overseer chief Glenn Roeder with a 2-1 triumph at Aston Villa. Shola Ameobi gave the Magpies the lead following two minutes however in-structure Luke Moore leveled for Villa with his fifth objective in three matches. Charles N’Zogbia got for the second progressive week to seal a 14/5 win.
A last heave objective from Daryl Murphy rescued a point for absolute bottom Sunderland. Tottenham Hotspur, 7/10 top picks on the day, started to lead the pack on 38 minutes through Robbie Keane and were cruising to triumph until two minutes remaining.
Manchester City edged Charlton 3-2 gratitude to a dazzling 35 yard exertion from Joey Barton. City, 9/10 top picks, took an initial half lead through Richard Dunne however Darren Bent leveled. Substitute George Samaras had a moment effect and Barton shot home on 62.
The greatest success of the end of the week came at Craven Cottage where Fulham squashed assignment compromised West Brom 6-1. Two objectives each from Heidur Helguson and Collins John, Tomasz Radzinski and an own objective from Curtis Davies fixed a fine success at 5/6.