Accumulator and Goal Rush Tips 17/11/12
The Premier League is back and there are some really good games on the agenda, the biggest of which has to be the big north London derby between Arsenal and Tottenham.
This bitter rivalry rarely disappoints and is almost guaranteed to be full of controversy and of course there’s bound to be goals galore. Ladbrokes are offering you your money back, if Bale or Carzola score the first or last goal.
Obviously this isn’t going to be on our accumulator, as a derby can go either way and is always too close to call. But we think we’ve come up with an accumulator that offers a tidy profit and of course there’s our choice for Goal Rush as well.
Bet365 at 4.49/1 (5% Accumulator Bonus available),
Ladbrokes at 5.05/1 (5% Accumulator Bonus available),
Betfair at 4.94/1.
Liverpool v Wigan
Although Liverpool are playing well and dominating the majority of their games, giving the last three Premier League Champions a good run for their money, they have struggled to see the games off and seal all three points. They are relying heavily on Suarez to get their goals and lead their front line.
Martinez will be keen to prove a point to Liverpool’s owners and show them he should be in the hot seat. But as dogged as Wigan have become under Martinez, the result should go the way of the Reds.
Reading v Everton
Following their promotion to the Premier League, Reading have struggled to get a foot hold. As such they languish in the bottom three and are yet to experience their first win.
Everton on the other hand are in complete contrast, the Toffees are pushing for a Champions League finish. Moyes has them playing like champions and Fellaini is on fire, capable of turning the game on its head.
We think this is a tie to savour, since leaving the Anfield coaching staff to take up the reigns at The Hawthornes, Steve Clarke has been a revelation. Maybe he should have been considered for the Liverpool job, his free flowing style is easy on the eye but that does leave them a little exposed at the back.
Chelsea have drawn their last two games and are going through a bit of dip in form, but like most teams of real quality it isn’t likely to last long. Although they will be missing captain John Terry, Gary Cahill shouldn’t be too troubled by West Brom’s attack.
Arsenal v Tottenham,
QPR v Southampton,
Watford v Wolves,
Huddersfield v Brighton.
We fancy both teams to score in all of the matches and the best odds can be found at Paddy Power, a £10 stake shows a return of £102.
Paddy Power are also offering Money back if one of your selections let you down.