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Weekly Review
By Ian Hudson
Sports Betting and Gaming Consultant

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Weekly Review

Chelsea Bring Several Teams Into the Mix

Weekly Review

By Ian Hudson

Sports Betting and Gaming Consultant

New Post has been published on http://supersoccersite.com/saints-sunderland/Saints v PottersBoth teams on a high…
Southampton v Stoke City
Saturday, 8th February, 15:00 GMT
By Alex Humphreys

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Saints v Potters

Both teams on a high…

Southampton v Stoke City

Saturday, 8th February, 15:00 GMT

By Alex Humphreys

New Post has been published on http://supersoccersite.com/sunderland-hull/Sunderland v HullBlack Cats rising. Tigers slipping…
Sunderland v Hull City
Saturday, 8th February, 15:00 GMT
By Iain Farr Walker

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Sunderland v Hull

Black Cats rising. Tigers slipping…

Sunderland v Hull City

Saturday, 8th February, 15:00 GMT

By Iain Farr Walker

New Post has been published on http://supersoccersite.com/swansea-cardiff/Swansea v Cardiff A Welsh battle royal…
Swansea City v Cardiff City
Saturday, 8th February, 17:30 GMT
By Alex Humphreys

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Swansea v Cardiff

A Welsh battle royal…

Swansea City v Cardiff City

Saturday, 8th February, 17:30 GMT

By Alex Humphreys

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Liverpool v Arsenal
Saturday, 8th February, 12:45 GMT
By Iain Farr Walker

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Liverpool v Arsenal

Game of the weekend, no question…

Liverpool v Arsenal

Saturday, 8th February, 12:45 GMT

By Iain Farr Walker

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Manchester United v Sunderland
Wednesday, 22nd January, 19:45 GMT
By Iain Farr Walker

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Man United v Sunderland

Big game for both, but for very different reasons…

Manchester United v Sunderland

Wednesday, 22nd January, 19:45 GMT

By Iain Farr Walker

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Sunday Best Bets
With The Jack

Swansea are in a bit of a pickle right now, just three ;points off the bottom in what is the most insane January EPL table ever.
Everybody seems to be taking points off one another from fourth place down, and with Michael Laudrup receiving good news from the treatment room, the Swans can be taken to put up a brave fight here against a rejuvenated but still shaky Tottenham.
Michel Vorm, Roland Lamah and Pablo Hernandez all look like coming back in, as does Nathan Dyer.
Sure, Spurs have Andros Townsend and Sandro back, and can look to an impressive run of 13 from their last 15 available points.
Just don’t expect the home side to roll over, that’s all…
Best Bet: Both teams to score @ 8/11 with Bet Victor
Bigger: Draw @ 5/2 with Stan James
Long Shot: Swansea to win from behind @ 14/1 with Bet Victor

Over to Stamford Bridge, and a clash that will go a long way to defining Manchester United’s woeful season.
Chelsea have now lost just once in the last ten EPL matches, and can be taken to improve on that impressive run here.
The main problem for United is plain to see, with both Ronney and van Persie not traveling with the squad – massive absentees for such a crunch clash.
Mourinho knows that a draw wouldn’t be the end of the world in the bigger scheme of things, but is also painfully aware that a tie would make his task of keeping pace with an excellent Gunners and a rampant Man City all the harder.
Chelsea win for me.

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Sunday Best Bets

Swans to give Spurs a right go…

Sunday Best Bets

With The Jack

Swansea are in a bit of a pickle right now, just three ;points off the bottom in what is the most insane January EPL table ever.

Everybody seems to be taking points off one another from fourth place down, and with Michael Laudrup receiving good news from the treatment room, the Swans can be taken to put up a brave fight here against a rejuvenated but still shaky Tottenham.

Michel Vorm, Roland Lamah and Pablo Hernandez all look like coming back in, as does Nathan Dyer.

Sure, Spurs have Andros Townsend and Sandro back, and can look to an impressive run of 13 from their last 15 available points.

Just don’t expect the home side to roll over, that’s all…

Best Bet: Both teams to score @ 8/11 with Bet Victor

Bigger: Draw @ 5/2 with Stan James

Long Shot: Swansea to win from behind @ 14/1 with Bet Victor

Over to Stamford Bridge, and a clash that will go a long way to defining Manchester United’s woeful season.

Chelsea have now lost just once in the last ten EPL matches, and can be taken to improve on that impressive run here.

The main problem for United is plain to see, with both Ronney and van Persie not traveling with the squad – massive absentees for such a crunch clash.

Mourinho knows that a draw wouldn’t be the end of the world in the bigger scheme of things, but is also painfully aware that a tie would make his task of keeping pace with an excellent Gunners and a rampant Man City all the harder.

Chelsea win for me.

New Post has been published on http://supersoccersite.com/liverpool-villa/Liverpool v Villa Reds looking to build a lead on Spurs and Everton…
Liverpool v Aston Villa
Saturday, 18th January, 17:30 GMT
By Alex Humphreys

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Liverpool v Villa

Reds looking to build a lead on Spurs and Everton…

Liverpool v Aston Villa

Saturday, 18th January, 17:30 GMT

By Alex Humphreys

New Post has been published on http://supersoccersite.com/norwich-hull/Norwich v Hull: Canaries could go mid-table. Or into bottom three. It really is that tight down there…
Norwich City v Hull City
Saturday, 18th January, 15:00 GMT
By Iain Farr Walker

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Norwich v Hull:

Canaries could go mid-table. Or into bottom three. It really is that tight down there…

Norwich City v Hull City

Saturday, 18th January, 15:00 GMT

By Iain Farr Walker

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Crystal Palace v Stoke City
Saturday, 18th January, 15:00 GMT
By Iain Farr Walker

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Palace v Stoke

A win essential for Eagles…

Crystal Palace v Stoke City

Saturday, 18th January, 15:00 GMT

By Iain Farr Walker

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Arsenal v Fulham
Saturday, 18th January, 15:00
By Alex Humphreys

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Arsenal v Fulham

Gunners looking to keep top spot…

Arsenal v Fulham

Saturday, 18th January, 15:00

By Alex Humphreys

New Post has been published on http://supersoccersite.com/city-win-epl/City to win EPL?City To Win the Premier League
Ian Hudson reports
The Premier League trophy will still be in Manchester at the end of the season but sadly from a personal point of view probably not shared by most readers the champions will be wearing sky blue shirts and not red. Simply put City have the best players in most areas and the financial backing that apparently makes them the richest club in the word.

One potential blip could have been caused by the absence of Sergio Aguero but Edin Dzeko seems to score in every match, as a substitute or when starting a match. Alvaro Negredo is scoring goals “for fun”. (that expression really annoys me: if he’s not doing it for fun what is he doping it for?)

We have been led to believe that this is the most open Premier League for many years but frankly I believe that is tosh. By the end of February the league title could be done and dusted for City in view of their run of fixtures over the next six weeks.

City have five games in which they will be long odds on to win over that spell and the only potentially difficult matches are against Spurs away and Chelsea at home. United, Arsenal and Liverpool have all been beaten at the Etihad and there’s no reason why Chelsea cannot also avoid defeat.

The main plaudits go to the City midfield and forward line but let’s not forget Joe Hart is still the best English keeper in the league and was always likely to come good again. Vincent Kompany and Pablo Zabaleta are fine defenders who enhance the quality of the attack when moving forward.

City are 11-10 favourites to win the Premier League but look to have a better than even chance to be champions for the second time in three years. Just imagine how good they would be if Lionel Messi decided he would like to play in England!
By Ian Hudson
Sports Betting and Gaming Consultant
ianhudson62@hotmail.co.uk
www.ianhudsonsport.co.uk
www.ianhudsongaming.co.uk

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City to win EPL?

City To Win the Premier League

Ian Hudson reports

The Premier League trophy will still be in Manchester at the end of the season but sadly from a personal point of view probably not shared by most readers the champions will be wearing sky blue shirts and not red. Simply put City have the best players in most areas and the financial backing that apparently makes them the richest club in the word.

One potential blip could have been caused by the absence of Sergio Aguero but Edin Dzeko seems to score in every match, as a substitute or when starting a match. Alvaro Negredo is scoring goals “for fun”. (that expression really annoys me: if he’s not doing it for fun what is he doping it for?)

We have been led to believe that this is the most open Premier League for many years but frankly I believe that is tosh. By the end of February the league title could be done and dusted for City in view of their run of fixtures over the next six weeks.

City have five games in which they will be long odds on to win over that spell and the only potentially difficult matches are against Spurs away and Chelsea at home. United, Arsenal and Liverpool have all been beaten at the Etihad and there’s no reason why Chelsea cannot also avoid defeat.

The main plaudits go to the City midfield and forward line but let’s not forget Joe Hart is still the best English keeper in the league and was always likely to come good again. Vincent Kompany and Pablo Zabaleta are fine defenders who enhance the quality of the attack when moving forward.

City are 11-10 favourites to win the Premier League but look to have a better than even chance to be champions for the second time in three years. Just imagine how good they would be if Lionel Messi decided he would like to play in England!

By Ian Hudson

Sports Betting and Gaming Consultant

ianhudson62@hotmail.co.uk

www.ianhudsonsport.co.uk

www.ianhudsongaming.co.uk

New Post has been published on http://supersoccersite.com/black-cats-saints/Black Cats v Saints Poyet’s boys out of bottom three?
Sunderland v Southampton
Saturday, 18th January, 12:45 GMT
By Iain Farr Walker

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Black Cats v Saints

Poyet’s boys out of bottom three?

Sunderland v Southampton

Saturday, 18th January, 12:45 GMT

By Iain Farr Walker

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