Premiership Betting Review 8 May 2018

Premiership Betting Review 8 May 2018



Manchester United confirmed a​ second-placed finish and automatic entry into next season’s Champions League with a​ crushing 4-0 victory over Charlton. Louis Saha broke then deadlock after 19 minutes and Cristiano Ronaldo doubled the lead four minutes later. Jason Euell scored an​ own goal 10 minutes before the break before Kieron Richardson wrapped up an​ easy afternoon for the 1/5 Reds on 58.

Liverpool ended their season in​ third with a​ ninth successive league win at​ Fratton Park. Robbie Fowler opened the scoring for the Reds after 52 minutes and Peter Crocuh added a​ second on 84. Ognjen Koroman pulled a​ goal back for Portsmouth a​ minute later but substitute Djibril Cisse secured a​ 4/6 victory a​ minute before the end.

Arsenal saw off Wigan 4-2 in​ the last ever match at​ Highbury to​ pip Tottenham Hotspur into fourth place. Robert Pires gave the 3/10 Gunners the lead after eight minutes but Paul Scharner equalised for Wigan two minutes later. David Thompson put the Latics in​ front on 33 but a​ hat-trick for Thierry Henry after 35, 56 and a​ penalty after 76 minutes cemented Arsenal’s participation in​ Europe’s premier competition next season regardless of​ how they get on in​ the final against Barcelona.

Tottenham Hotspur’s match at​ West Ham was shrouded in​ controversy after 10 Spurs players fell ill with food poisoning before kick-off. Carl Fletcher gave the Hammers the lead after 10 minutes but Jermaine Defoe levelled on 35. Yossi Benayoun ensured agony for Spurs with a​ 7/2 winner 10 minutes before the final whistle.

Newcastle booked their place in​ the Intertoto Cup at​ Bolton’s expense with a​ 1-0 victory over Premiership champions Chelsea, ensuring a​ seventh placed finish. Titus Bramble scored the decisive goal after 73 minutes for the 2/1 Magpies.

Bolton managed the win they needed to​ give them a​ chance of​ finishing seventh as​ they beat relegated Birmingham City 1-0. Ricardo Vaz Te scored the winner after 65 minutes for the 8/13 Trotters.

Everton failed to​ break into the top 10 as​ they were held to​ a​ 2-2 draw by relegated West Bromwich Albion. Zoltan Gera after 14 minutes and Williams Martinez twom minutes after the break put the Baggies firmly in​ control. Everton hit back through teenager Victor Anichebe on 84 and Duncan Ferguson crashed in​ the rebound to​ equalise at​ 12/5 after he missed a​ penalty in​ stoppage time to​ mark what could be his last appearance for the club.




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