Week 31’s value selections produced 17.00 units profit which came from 5 wining bets. Chelsea, Everton, Man Utd and Spurs all managed to justify their favourite tags but it was outsiders Stoke that ultimately decided the bottom line. It didn’t look good when Benteke gave Villa an early lead but Stoke ended up comfortable winners.
there are 3 matches tonight including the Manchester derby and then 2 tomorrow. Pelligrini has been quoted a saying there is only one team in Manchester which should fire up united. They are still without Van Persie and a decent midfield and odds of 2.2 on City recording a third consecutive win at Old Trafford look good.
United have been severely lacking in pace in recent month and the recall of Ashley Young will improve them but I still think they’ll fall short in this one. they have after all already lost 5 matches at Old Trafford this season.
I fancy both Arsenal and Everton to gain 3 points this evening and the odds look decent when you consider that Liverpool are just 1.18 to beat Sunderland which is a ridiculous price in my opinion.
Liverpool are in majestic form but they’re far from invincible and if Sunderland can keep 11 men on the pitch, a somewhat novelty for them, then i think they could nick a point at Anfield. Odds of 9.0 have to be worth a punt, even if it’s to form the entry point to a trade.
West Ham v Hull is a difficult one to call but I’m liking the Long/Jelevic partnership and at the current odds I think the value is with the Tigers at 3.4.
BET OF MID-WEEK – Man City to beat United at 2.2 with Paddy Power.