Premier League Betting Review – 26 March 2006

Chelsea committed no error against Manchester City following a weekend ago’s stun rout at Fulham as they won easily at Stamford Bridge. Two objectives in three first-half minutes from Didier Drogba earned the 3/10 Blues a 2-0 win and kept up their walk towards holding the Premiership.

Manchester United kept up the weight on Chelsea with an agreeable win over Birmingham รีวิวสินค้าไอทีCity. Punters will have blasted through the 1/5 chances on an Old Trafford win and the Reds didn’t disillusion. A Maik Taylor own objective following three minutes and Ryan Giggs after 15 gave United the ideal beginning and Wayne Rooney included gleam seven minutes before the end.

Liverpool won the 203rd Merseyside derby however observed Steven Gerrard sent-off after only 18 minutes. The Reds, 6/10 top choices before kick-off, lead at half-time through a Phil Neville own objective and Luis Garcia multiplied the favorable position two minutes after the restart. Tim Cahill gave the Toffees trust at the top of the hour however Harry Kewell guaranteed triumph six minutes before full-time.

Blackburn Rovers kept on pushing for a Champions League place with a thin 1-0 win at absolute bottom Sunderland. Wanderers, liable to be the most well known “away win” decision for punters this end of the week, advocated their 7/10 chances following 15 minutes when Steven Reid scoring the triumphant objective.

Middlesbrough won an exciting experience against Bolton Wanderers. The Trotters started to lead the pack through Stelios Giannakopoulos yet Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink evened out minutes after the fact. Imprint Viduka polished off a sharp move before Hasselbaink guaranteed his second after the break to put 8/5 Boro solidly in charge. Bolton hit back through Jay-Jay Okocha’s punishment and afterward Radhi Jaidi leveled at 3-3. Stuart Parnarby mixed in a 91st moment victor to open up a 10 point hole over the last three.

West Ham United dug out from a deficit to grab triumph at scrumptious 11/4 chances at Wigan Athletic. Lee McCulloch gave the Latics the lead on the stroke of half-time however Marlon Harewood reestablished equality seven minutes after the break. Nigel Reo-Coker got a last-pant victor for the Hammers.

Newcastle United drooped to their third continuous group rout as Charlton Athletic won serenely at the Valley. A Darren Bent punishment gave the 13/10 Addicks the lead following 23 minutes yet Scott Parker adjusted for the Magpies on 34. Charlton were back in front two minutes after the fact through a Lee Bowyer own objective and Jay Bothroyd included a third two minutes before the end.