Fancy Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Arsenal to get the better of Tottenham Hotspur, Reading, West Bromwich Albion, Stoke City and Norwich City respectively when the Premier League resumes on Saturday? Because if you do, you really should be reading on….
At bwin, as part of our new Enhanced Odds section, we are offering a set price of 23/2 for the Manchester clubs, the Gunners, the Reds and the Blues to all claim three points against inferior opposition at the weekend and if you sign up now and receive your free £20 bet, you will get £250 in returns should all five oblige.
That price is better than if you placed an accumulator on all five and as the price is set in stone and will not change between now and 12.45pm on Saturday when Chelsea travel to White Hart Lane, there is no better place than bwin to back all five to win. There is every chance that all the teams will be backed in with all other bookmakers as kick off approaches – as happens week-in, week-out – so you have to be taking the price bwin are offering.
And why wouldn’t you want to do that? All five teams are playing inferior opposition – it really is that simple. Champions Manchester City travel to West Brom still unbeaten, with a first clean sheet of the season to their name after a 3-0 win over Sunderland last time out. Roberto Mancini’s men looked more like champions in that match and will be confident of seeing off the Baggies, whom they boast a 4-1-1 record against in the last six meetings, keeping four clean sheets on the bounce.
Manchester United will fancy themselves to see off a Stoke side who travel woefully and have just one away league win in the last 15 games. Sir Alex Ferguson’s men have won seven of the eight fixtures between the sides since the Potters’ promotion in 2008, keeping five clean sheets.
Norwich have been poor this season and Arsenal can make the most of the Canaries’ dodgy defence in the Saturday evening kick-off. Chris Hughton is still waiting for his first league win in charge of the Carrow Road outfit and having let in 17 goals in seven games, the Gunners can make it two away wins on the trot after an impressive victory over West Ham before the international break.
Brendan Rodgers will be looking at his old club Reading as the ideal opportunity to get his first win as Liverpool manager at Anfield. The Royals are winless since their return to the Premier League and have struggled on the road, losing two of their three games, and the Reds, who have generally played better than their points tally suggests, can get off the mark at home.
The biggest priced team of the five are Chelsea, who face the most difficult match away at Tottenham. A fierce London rivalry pitches Andre Villas-Boas against his old club, but the top-of-the-table Blues have won five consecutive games and boast a great record against Spurs, losing just four of the 44 meetings in all competitions in the Premier League era.
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