Apologies for the lack of tips last weekend – I was on my travels. Chelsea were an obvious winner and Manchester City at half-time too were good odds, I hope you didn’t need me to point those two out for you.
The only Premier League action this weekend takes place on Saturday. With 5 Premier League sides involved in the FA Cup there are only five Premier League fixtures this weekend.
And after the football this weekend there are betting opportunities at the Cheltenham festival which runs from Tuesday 11th through to …
A lovely week of Champions League betting saw Paris Saint-Germain come in at 11/8, Barcelona at 6/4 and Bayern Munich at 8/11. Now we’re hoping to bring this form into the Premier League for this weekend’s fixtures.
Our impressive winning streak came to an end last weekend as Manchester United, Tottenham and Liverpool all let us down. Southampton was a nice odds-against winner at Fulham at least and we’re still well up in 2014 and so should you be if you’ve taken our tips this year (and last year).
Arsenal let us down on Tuesday but we turned it around with a comfortable Manchester City win on Wednesday. If anything, we felt a bit embarrassed not to have tipped Manuel Pellegrini’s side on the handicap, particularly after we predicted them to score a few goals.
After a perfect record last weekend, we return midweek following a round of FA Cup ties that put us in sleep mode. Manchester United welcome Juan Mata to Old Trafford to take on Cardiff City, whilst leaders Arsenal go to Southampton. The televised game on Tuesday night is the Merseyside derby before Tottenham host Manchester City the following night.