The Televised Game Of The Weekend Premier League – Everton v Man City live on Sky Sports at 12:45pm Saturday 16th March Game of the weekend this week comes from Goodison park as Everton host title chasing Man City. * Everton have kept only two clean sheets in their last 23 Premier League games whilst […]Read more
The Televised Game Of The Weekend We are starting a new regular free message Quite simply ex bookmaker Phil will take a look at the major televised match each weekend and point you to what he feels are some decent options. Norm I guess will be to examine the big Sunday match. Here is what […]Read more
This weekend Rangers play their first home game in the fourth tier and William Hill go 7/2 that they win every home game this term and 6/4 that they stay unbeaten home and away in the league. Rangers are 15/8 to win against East Stirling with a -3 handicap.
Rangers will want to put on a good show after a sorry summer for the club. They should take confidence from last weekends late equaliser to really show the fans they are up for this fight, said William Hill spokesman Mark Young
Celtic travel to Ross County this weekend and are 4/9 for the victory. The last three games between the two clubs have produced 2-0 score lines on every occasion, one for Celtic and one for County. For either team to win 2-0 is 9/2. With both teams scoring in six of their last seven meetings, Hearts and Inverness are Even money to both score on Saturday.
Kilmarnock and Motherwell is not a fixture that produces many goals as only three of the last eight meetings have produced more than one goal. It is 21/10 that there is one or less goals this weekend. Aberdeen always seem to do well against St Johnstone, where they are travelling on Saturday, unbeaten in their last four visits. Aberdeen are 6/4 draw no bet.
The Dundee derby should produce some fireworks but Dundee are yet to score in the SPL this term. Dundee United are 13/10 to win to nil. Kenny McLean is on fire for St Mirren and for him to score anytime and the Saints to win is 17/2.
Scottish Football Specials
7/2 Rangers to win all home league matches 2012/13
6/4 Rangers to remain undefeated in the league in 2012/13
7/1 Ross County, 16/5 Draw, 4/9 Celtic
9/2 Match Result to be 2-0
10/11 Hearts, 12/5 Draw, 3/1 Inverness
1/1 Both teams to score
13/8 Kilmarnock, 9/4 Draw, 17/10 Motherwell
21/10 Match to have under 1.5 goals
6/5 St Johnstone, 21/10 Draw, 5/2 Aberdeen
6/4 Aberdeen Draw No Bet
13/10 St Mirren, 11/5 Draw, 11/5 Hibernian
17/2 McLean to score anytime and St Mirren to win
1/2 Dundee Utd, 3/1 Draw, 6/1Dundee
13/10 Dundee Utd to win to nil
1/20 Rangers, 8/1 Draw, 16/1 East Stirling
15/8 Rangers -3 goals
PR Assistant, William Hill
Cardiff City have shocked fans by trading in their trademark blue kits for red ones and William Hill are offering 8/1 that in the first game of the season, the Bluebirds revert back to their traditional colours. They are also 11/2 to no longer be wearing the red kit for the final home game of the season.
Fans of the Bluebirds are not happy and the best way in which they can protest is by refusing to buy or wear the new red kit, said Hills spokesman Joe Crilly. Should they do that, the board will have to think long and hard about reverting to blue.
Will Cardiff be wearing their red shirt at their first home game of the season: 1/20 yes; 8/1 no
Will Cardiff be wearing their red shirt at their final home game of the season: 1/10 yes; 11/2 no
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James Milner and Joleon Lescott took the press conference today and while Lescott looks certain to start, James Milner looks less likely, with William Hill making him 4/9 to start the match on the bench (13/8 to start match on pitch). With Roy Hodgson confirming that Wayne Rooney will not be taking part in any of the game on Saturday, Hills are betting on who will start up front and with Danny Welbeck suffering with a slight injury, Hills make Andy Carroll 1/6 to lead the line, while Jermain Defoe is 6/4 to do so.
There will be three uncapped players who will be hoping to make an impact in Norway (Martin Kelly, John Ruddy and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain) and Hills offer 2/1 that all three win their first caps while 10/1 is offered that none of them do.
It has been confirmed that goal-line technology will be used for Englands home game against Belgium on the 2nd June and William Hill are offering 2/1 (from an original 6/1) that it is introduced into the Premier League by the start of next season (it is 4/11 for it to not be in place).
The move towards getting goal-line technology appears to be gathering momentum and we are now the shortest price ever for it to be introduced next season, said Hills spokesman Joe Crilly.
James Milner to start vs Norway: 4/9 no; 13/8 yes
Start up front:
Carroll: 1/6 yes; 7/2 no
Defoe: 6/4 yes; 1/2 no
Uncapped players to earn a cap vs Norway (Oxlade-Chamberlain, Kelly, Ruddy): 10/1 none; 2/1 one; 8/13 two; 2/1 three
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Scottish Soccer Betting
At this time of year many of the games get disrupted in Scotland usually because of a frozen pitch and if not, then a waterlogged pitch. The standard of football in the lower leagues, Scottish Division’s 1,2 and 3, is very poor when compared to England. None of the […]Read more