Next weekend’s Premier League fixtures have got us bouncing off the all at news.bwin.com/en/. With all to play for at the top and bottom of the league, we have gone in search of some early bird bets that are likely to prove very popular on bwin over the next week.
Our advice is to get on early and nick the inflated price before the wave of money come during the week. Let’s see where this value is lurking.
Fulham v Hull (Saturday 3pm): Back Fulham/Fulham in the Half-time/Full-time market @ 13/5
It was hard not be impressed by the way equipped themselves at White Hart Lane on Saturday afternoon, setting up in an aggressive 4-3-3 formation and bombing forward at every opportunity.
In the end it was only their inability to deal with two furiously whipped-in set-pieces from Christian Eriksen that proved their undoing.
Hugo Rodallega had a couple of very decent openings while Steve Sidwell relished in an attacking third-man runner role from midfield. If they approach the Hull match with the same verve, then you’d have to be pretty confident of the hosts comfortably seeing off the Tigers, who lost their last two away games at West Ham and Stoke.
Liverpool v Chelsea (Sunday 2pm): Both Teams To Score @ 10/21
Chelsea now have no other alternative but to go for the three points at Anfield after slipping up at home to Sunderland. It’s win or bust in terms of their title challenge and goals will be guaranteed with Liverpool in such flying form having won their last eleven league matches.
Arsenal v Newcastle (Monday 8pm): Back Arsenal -1 @ 9/10
There is no way that this price will be available come Monday evening. Arsenal are on the up with a returning Aaron Ramsey making a huge difference to their attacking make-up while Newcastle are in free fall under Alan Pardew.
All Arsenal ned to do to make this bet a winner is to win by two more goals and in our eyes the chances of that should be a lot shorter than 9/10. The Toon have lost their last five games on the bounce and look a shadow on their early season selves while the Gunners have found their attacking swagger again, scoring six in their last two games.