Premiership Betting Review – 9 April 2006

Manchester United look set to push Chelsea right for the Premiership title following a persuading 2-0 win over Arsenal. Wayne Rooney struck unhesitatingly following 53 minutes while Ji Sung Park’s first alliance objective on 77 earned three valuable focuses at 11/10.

Chelsea forgot about West Ham United 4-1 at Stamford Bridge regardless of falling an objective behind and being diminished to 10 men from the get-go. Safeguard James Collins gave the 12/1 Hammers a fantasy start following nine minutes and Maniche saw a straight red for aเว็บไซต์ดูราคาบอล jumping tackle on Lionel Scaloni not long after.

However, two objectives in the same number of minutes from Didier Drogba on 28 and Hernan Crespo on 30 set Chelsea back in charge. Further strikes from John Terry on 53 and William Gallas on 68 guaranteed the 3/10 on a home success was never in question.

Liverpool recorded a fifth consecutive success as Bolton Wanderers endured a fourth sequential destruction as they surrendered 1-0 at Anfield. Robbie Fowler praised his 31sy birthday by mesh the unequivocal objective for the 8/15 Reds on the stroke of half-time.

Tottenham Hotspur kept up their certifications for a Champions League place next season with a 2-1 win against Manchester City. Paul Stalteri gave 8/13 Spurs the lead a moment before the break while Michael Carrick included a second 49. Georgios Samaras hit back three minutes after the fact however Martin Jol’s sde facilitated to triumph.

Birmingham City’s acceptable run of structure proceeded as they got a valuable point at Wigan Athletic. Paul Jewell’s side, without a home success this year, started to lead the pack through Andreas Johansson three minuts after the break however David Dunn earned a 13/5 draw on 76.

Portsmouth rescued a point against Blackburn Rovers. Craig Bellamy gave Rovers the lead following 32 minutes yet Lomano LuaLua leveled four minutes before the break. Bellamy put the guests in front again on 62 however substitute Svetoslav Todorov earned Pompey a portion of the focuses at chances of 9/4 with 12 minutes left.

West Bromwich Albion saw two valuable focuses slip from their grip as they drew 0-0 with rivals Aston Villa in the Midlands derby. The draw, accessible before kick-off at 23/10 preceding, mean Brian Robson’s side stay two focuses hapless of security.

Sunderland’s crunch-game against Fulham was relinquished following 21 minutes due to terrible climate conditions at the Stadium of Light. Arbitrator Mike Riley deserted continuing following 21 minutes after substantial snow made the pitch unplayable. Brian McBride gave the 5/4 Cottagers the lead yet the outcome won’t stand.