Goal Rush and Accumulator Betting Tips 011212
The Premier League games are coming thick and fast now as we approach a crammed Christmas period, with teams changing their manager or finally finding their form. It’s becoming a far more open contest, which is making our job more difficult but we will keep soldiering on and knuckle down on our homework to make you some money.
We’re giving you a treble accumulator, with an option to turn it into a four fold if you dare, as well as the usual Goals Galore treble.
Man City v Everton
This is likely to be a great game, with City who are still unbeaten in the league so far pulling away from the pack, as they fight for the top spot in a bitter battle with rivals Man Utd.
Whereas Everton have gone a bit stale in recent weeks, with only two points from their last three games. City aren’t exactly the kind of team you use as a springboard to reignite your challenge for a top four spot.
West Brom v Stoke City
The Baggies will want to get back to winning ways as quickly as possible, after their defeat to Swansea. There is nothing quite like a home game to give your team a burst of confidence.
Stoke have been putting in some good, yet physical, performances recently and drew their last away game at West Ham. But we think they are due for a slip and West Brom are just the team to take advantage of that.
Liverpool v Southampton
Southampton have had a leaky defence this season and have struggled to stop the opposition breaking down their defence. But that hasn’t stopped them notching up seven points from the last three games.
Liverpool lost their last game at Tottenham and drew against Swansea last weekend, but at home they fair a lot better, especially with Suarez in tormenting form; Brendan Rodgers side can get back to winning ways today
The additional games we’re tipping for you, to turn your treble into a four fold are from todays late kick off.
Reading v Man Utd
United need to keep bringing home the points to keep a close leash on their neighbours, and lets face it no one can grind out a result quite like Alex Ferguson. While Reading will be glad to be back at home after two straight losses on the road.
West Ham v Chelsea,
Fulham v Spurs,
West Brom v Stoke.