Premiership Betting Review – 23 April 2006

Tottenham had one foot in fourth spot until Thierry Henry balanced in the North London derby. Robbie Keane gave Spurs the lead following 66 minutes which left Arsenal shocked as their adversaries didn’t play for a physical issue. Nonetheless, substitute Henry made sure about a portion of the riches at chances of 5/2 six minutes before the end.

Newcastle stay on course for a UEFA Cup billet after a persuading 3-0 win against West Brom. Nolberto Solano gave the 4/5 Magpies the lead after 30 minutes and Shola Ameobi appeared there was life after Alan Shearer with a punishment five minutes before the เว็บไซต์ดูราคาบอลbreak and a second objective not long before the last whistle.

Bolton stay hot on Newcastle’s tail after a 4-1 destruction of Charlton. Vaz Te scored for the 5/6 Trotters following 14 minutes, Kevin Davies on 21 and Jared Borgetti 10 minutes after the fact gave Sam Allardyce’s group an ordering lead. Darren Bent struck a punishment for the Addicks on 76 however Davies got his second a moment from time to guarantee Bolton won by three objectives.

Portsmouth left it late to beat consigned Sunderland to push out of the last three. Sunderland, a theoretical punt at 8/1 started to lead the pack through Tommy Miller following 70 minutes yet Svetoslav Todorov evened out three minutes after the fact. With two minutes remaining, Kevin Kyle parted with a silly hand-ball and Matthew Taylor changed over the resultant punishment to guarantee a 2/5 home win.

Birmingham gave their endurance trusts a lift with a goalless draw at Everton. A sullen match with scarcely any odds for either side was happened to a 9/4 impasse.

Being six focuses away from Portsmouth, West Brom are presently 1/100 for assignment while Birmingham City, two focuses behind Portsmouth, are 3/10. Harry Redknapp’s side are 5/2 pariahs to confront the drop, despite the fact that they have two intense matches staying in Wigan Athletic and Liverpool.

The FA Cup semi finals were both all-Premiership undertakings with Liverpool meeting West Ham in the last on Saturday 13 May.

Liverpool were 16/5 outcasts in their match at Old Trafford however dazed Chelsea by dashing into a 2-0 lead. John Arne Riise stuck a free kick following 20 minutes and Luis Garcia terminated in a second seven minutes after the break. Didier Drogba exploited a protective mistake on 69 however the Reds held firm..

West Ham left it late to dump Middlesbrough out of the cup at Villa Park. Marlon Harewood hit the conclusive objective with 12 minutes left for Alan Pardew’s 9/5 outcasts and made sure about a spot in next season’s UEFA Cup accordingly.