Premiership Betting Review 23 April 2018

Premiership Betting Review 23 April 2018



Tottenham had one foot in​ fourth place until Thierry Henry equalised in​ the North London derby. Robbie Keane gave Spurs the lead after 66 minutes which left Arsenal outraged as​ their opponents did not play for an​ injury. However, substitute Henry secured a​ share of​ the spoils at​ odds of​ 5/2 six minutes before the end.

Newcastle remain on course for an​ UEFA Cup berth after a​ convincing 3-0 win against West Brom. Nolberto Solano gave the 4/5 Magpies the lead after half an​ hour and Shola Ameobi showed there was life after Alan Shearer with a​ penalty five minutes before the break and a​ second goal just before the final whistle.

Bolton remain hot on Newcastle’s tail after a​ 4-1 demolition of​ Charlton. Vaz Te scored for the 5/6 Trotters after 14 minutes, Kevin Davies on 21 and Jared Borgetti 10 minutes later gave Sam Allardyce’s team a​ commanding lead. Darren Bent struck a​ penalty for the Addicks on 76 but Davies netted his second a​ minute from time to​ ensure Bolton won by three goals.

Portsmouth left it​ late to​ beat relegated Sunderland to​ edge out of​ the bottom three. Sunderland, a​ speculative punt at​ 8/1 took the lead through Tommy Miller after 70 minutes but Svetoslav Todorov equalised three minutes later. With two minutes remaining, Kevin Kyle gave away a​ ridiculous hand-ball and Matthew Taylor converted the resultant penalty to​ ensure a​ 2/5 home win.

Birmingham gave their survival hopes a​ boost with a​ goalless draw at​ Everton. a​ dour match with few chances for either side was played out to​ a​ 9/4 stalemate.

Being six points away from Portsmouth, West Brom are now 1/100 for relegation while Birmingham City, two points behind Portsmouth, are 3/10. Harry Redknapp’s side are 5/2 outsiders to​ face the drop, although they have two tough matches remaining in​ Wigan Athletic and Liverpool.

The FA Cup semi finals were both all-Premiership affairs with Liverpool meeting West Ham in​ the final on Saturday 13 May.

Liverpool were 16/5 outsiders in​ their match at​ Old Trafford but stunned Chelsea by racing into a​ 2-0 lead. John Arne Riise stuck a​ free kick after 20 minutes and Luis Garcia fired in​ a​ second seven minutes after the break. Didier Drogba took full advantage of​ a​ defensive mix-up on 69 but the Reds held firm..

West Ham left it​ late to​ dump Middlesbrough out of​ the cup at​ Villa Park. Marlon Harewood struck the decisive goal with 12 minutes left for Alan Pardew’s 9/5 outsiders and secured a​ place in​ next season’s UEFA Cup as​ a​ result.




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