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There was a lucky escape on the weekend for online betting site Skybet, who managed to escape a huge payout, courtesy of Aston Villa’s resilience on home turf on Saturday. The Villains held out for a home draw against Manchester United, who were looking for their seventh league win on the bounce.

Skybet had included Manchester United as one of the selections in their Soccer Saturday Price Boost treble, which gives their customers the chance to back three of the most fancied teams on the Premier League coupon at an enhanced price.

This weekend’s trio in the promotion were West Ham, Spurs and Manchester United, and it was Aston Villa who came to the rescue of Sky Bet as they failed to crumble, even with ten men, against the Red Devils.

“When Gabby Agbonlahor received his marching orders we couldn’t help but fear the worst,” said Sky Bet’s Sandro Di Michele.

But even with the ten men, Villa still tried to push on for the win, and in the end looked pretty good value for their point.

“We’ll have another treble for Boxing Day so punters will have the opportunity to get one back on us on what’s traditionally one of the best betting days of the year.”

21st December 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Bookmaker News

Premier League Betting

Manchester United v Newcastle Betting Preview

The Red Devils were left frustrated on the weekend with a failure to beat Aston Villa. Newcastle were even more frustrated than that because they lost the Tyne and Wear derby against their bitter rivals Sunderland. But the Magpies pulled off a shock result in this fixture last season, landing their first ever PRemier League win at Old Trafford. Can they double up?

The United forwards will be expected to do the job at Old Trafford in this one. Back a successful first goalscorer in the game, and if that player then goes on to score a second at anytime, then online bookmaker Betfred will double your original odds. If you0e successful first goalscorer nets a hat trick in the game, then you will be paid out at treble your original first goalscorer odds. This is the great Betfred Double Delight/Hat Trick Heaven promotion. The offer applies to select live TV matches.

Manchester United v Newcastle Betting Tips

In a surprise turn of events on the weekend, Manchester United failed to stretch out their winning streak to seven matches in a row in the top flight. Even against ten man Aston Villa, the Red Devils couldn’t find the breakthrough to pick up maximum points, leaving boss Louis van Gaal a very frustrated figure. Still, in reading their W6 D1 L1 current form (unbeaten in their last seven) in the Premier League, you can’t really fault them. Even without playing well they have gotten themselves going and they have strong Boxing Day history to rely on too. Manchester United have lost just one of 20 Barclays Premier League games they have played on December 26th (W17 D2 L1).

Their record is even more impressive when looking at their home form in Boxing Day matches. United have have won 17 of the last 18, have been victorious in the last 10 in a row and have won the last 10 on Boxing Day at Old Trafford. There was a tremendous Boxing Day clash between these two which resulted in a 4-3 win for Manchester United. It is worth again looking over the 2.5 goals mark for a price of 8/15 with online bookmaker Betfred, because five of the last six clashes between United and the Magpies in all competitions have gone over the mark. United have put up strong numbers of W7 D1 L1 at home in the league so far, winning their last four in a row there and conceding just the one goal in that sequence.

Newcastle probably don’t have the firepower to trouble United. Robin van Persie, Wayne Rooney and Radamel Falcao (who has two goals in his last two appearances) are all around the even money mark in the anytime goalscorer market. For Newcastle, you are looking out at 3/1 shots Papiss Cisse and Perez Ayoze in the market. Newcastle put together that fantastic five match winning streak of course in the Premier League, but have gone off the boil with just one win in their last five played (W1 D1 L3). They suffered a bit of a blow on Sunday though as they lost at St James Park against bitter rivals Sunderland for the third time in a row in the Premier League. Another confidence blow for Alan Pardew’s men.

Newcastle haven’t been a very strong away team this term either, and have only returned the eight goals away from home. That low return has seen them take just the two wins on their travels so far, so it will be hard for punters to back them to do a repeat of last season’s win at Old Trafford. That victory remains their only ever Premier League win at Old Trafford. The Magpies have not won consecutive games in all competitions against the Red Devils at Old Trafford since March 1935. Newcastle have been away from home in nine of their last 11 Boxing Day PL matches and have lost six and won just one of those nine games. Tough to see them getting maximum points again at the Theatre of Dreams.

Manchester United v Newcastle Betting Odds

Manchester United 2/5, Draw 10/3, Newcastle 15/2

Manchester United v Newcastle Predictions

Punters will probably see little value in expecting Newcastle to double up at Old Trafford. Manchester United have put up strong home numbers and have averaged over two home goals per game at Old Trafford this season in the league. Newcastle can’t match that kind of firepower, and have conceded in each of their last five league games. United to win convincingly and the game over 2.5 goals look viable options.

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21st December 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Premier League Betting

Aston Villa v Manchester United Betting Preview

A good game on the cards between two teams who are in decent form at the moment. Villa have managed to turn their season back around to a positive after a huge slump in form. manchester United are turning up the heat for a place in the top four with five league wins on the bounce, even without having played all that well.

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Aston Villa v Manchester United Betting Tips

The Villains are probably already looking past this one, because they have enjoyed little success in the Premier League against the Red Devils. Aston Villa have won just one of the last 37 Premier League games against Man Utd (W1 D9 L27), including losing the last seven in a row. Not a great record at all then. You have to go all the way back to 1995 to find the last time that Villa won a Premier League game on home soil against the Red Devils. It means that Aston Villa have not won any of the last 18 Premier League home games against the Red Devils (D6 L12).

It’s no secret that the Villains are a shot-shy side and don’t cause defences a lot of problems in matches. However, after their run of six league losses on the bounce, they have lost just one of their last six (W2 D3 L1). The loss came last weekend when they were beaten by West Brom in the Midlands derby at the Hawthorns. Villa have scored just six home goals this season and just four on the road. Christian Benteke is a 5/2 shot in the anytime goalscorer market at Bet365 for the home side. The imbalance between their attack though and the one that United will bring is immense. The Villains have also been the orchestrators of their downfall a bit too, as they have lost a league-high eight points from goals scored in the final 15 minutes of Premier League matches this season.

It seems to be all about growing confidence for Manchester United. Their system is still flawed, they still look a side who are going to struggle for ball retention, but they have match winners in their side from David de Gea between the sticks, to their impressive attack. Wayne Rooney has scored more Barclays Premier League goals against Aston Villa than he has versus any other opponent (12) and the England man is a 5/4 quote in the anytime goalscorer market at Bet365, with Robin van Persie (who have five goals in his last five league games against Villa) as even money favourite there.

The game should go over 2.5 goals, because the Red Devils have scored at least three goals in each of their last five Premier League games against Villa. Louis van Gaal’s men are still far from looking a completely competent side, but they have form and they have confidence and they have goals. They have only posted a W2 D3 L2 record on the road in the Premier League, but they have won their last two away from Old Trafford back to back, both 2-1 wins coming at Arsenal and Southampton. With maximum points from their last six league games, they are going to take some stopping in the Midlands.

Aston Villa v Manchester United Betting Odds

Man Utd 4/7, Draw 3/1, Aston Villa 5/1

Aston Villa v Manchester United Predictions

Even without playing well and looking like a cohesive unit, United are winning and you would expect that trend to continue on Saturday. The Villains haven’t got the forward power to out-muscle United and not the defensive to keep the Red Devils’ attack quiet for ninety minutes either. Worth pushing for United to win to nil, as well as the game gone over 2.5 goals.

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18th December 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting


Games in the Premier League don’t come much bigger than when Manchester United and Liverpool come together. To celebrate the return of one of the most popular fixtures around, online betting site are revisiting one of their most popular free bet promotions.

Only Everton v Liverpool (20) has seen more red cards than Liverpool v Manchester United of all fixtures in Premier League history (15) so there is the likelihood of fireworks, drama and goals at Old Trafford on Sunday. The last seven meetings between the two at Old Trafford have each seen at least three goals scored in them.

Will Liverpool be able to land a huge positive on the road in what has been a difficult season for them, or will Manchester United, who head into the weekend in third place with a seven point lead over their rivals from Anfield, be able to stretch their winning streak to six?

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12th December 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions

Premier League Betting

Manchester United v Liverpool Betting Preview

The big guns will be out for this one and it is Manchester United who are gathering pace towards a top four finish this season. Liverpool are already six points adrift of the top four and can ill afford to lose this one. But United have won their last five on the bounce, while the Reds have failed to win five of their last eight in the English top flight. Will the Red Devils continue their revival?

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Manchester United v Liverpool Betting Tips

There appears to be no stopping Manchester United at the moment, which may seem an odd thing to say for anyone who has watched them lately. They still look poor at the back and are struggling to get any dominance in matches. But they are finding ways to win, and that has coincided a bit with Robin van Persie finally coming to life this season. The Dutchman has scored six goals in his last nine Premier League appearances against Liverpool. Van Persie is 6/5 joint favourite in the anytime goalscorer market along with team mate Wayne Rooney. It is five league wins on the bounce at the moment for United and they are looking a convincing cert for a top four finish this season and head into the weekend sitting in third, with Liverpool trailing a massive seven points behind.

United lost their opening home fixture against Swansea this season, but they have caught fire at home since then, dropping just two points from their following seven home matches (a draw against Chelsea). There doesn’t look to be any danger of the repeat of the 3-0 loss they suffered in this corresponding fixture last season. Would expect some goals as the last seven Premier League meetings between these two at Old Trafford have featured at least three goals. United have averaged exactly two goals per game at home this season and 75% of their home fixtures have gone over 2.5 goals. With United keeping two clean sheets in their last three at home, and with keeper David de Gea playing brilliantly at the moment, a United to win to nil wager for 2/1 may tempt.

Liverpool are a far cry from the confident, powerful side that they were when they went to Old Trafford last season and produced a 3-0 victory. Their haul of 21 points so far this season, is their fourth lowest in Premier League history at this stage of the season. They had 19 points in 1992-93, 2010-11 and 2012-13. They have taken seven points from the last nine available in the top flight, thanks to wins over Stoke and Leicester, but the winning streak was quickly snapped with a 0-0 draw at Sunderland. Their confidence would have been dented further by failing to beat FC Basel in a must win Champions League game at Anfield during the week. Liverpool have posted a W3 D0 L4 record on the road in the top flight this season and have lost two of their last three away from Anfield.

Do Liverpool have the players to out-gun a powerful United attack? Probably not, and the Reds are crying out for goals having scored six in their last seven league matches (three of them in one game against Leicester). Mario Balotelli’s only previous appearance in the league at Old Trafford saw him score twice in Man City’s 6-1 demolition of the Red Devils in October 2011, but the Italian has produced more shots than any other player in the Premier League this season without a goal. Balotelli and Rickie Lambert are both up as 2/1 quotes in the anytime goalscorer market. With Liverpool having shipped 13 away goals this season, tough to see them keeping United at bay.

Manchester United v Liverpool Betting Odds

Man Utd 4/5, Draw 14/5, Liverpool 7/2

Manchester United v Liverpool Predictions

Everything will point towards this being a home win for punters to get behind. It’s even hard to take into consideration the fact that United aren’t even playing that well at the moment and aren’t dominating games at all. But they have quality up front, a keeper in top form and so just worth backing United at 4/5 with online bookmaker Bet365.

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12th December 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Premier League Betting

Southampton v Manchester United Betting Preview

A top four clash at St Marys, and the Saints will be desperate to avoid defeat in this one after failures in the last week in big tests against Manchester City and Arsenal. Meanwhile, Manchester United have been ticking along nicely, taking advantage of what has been for the large part, a comfortable run of fixtures for them.

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Southampton v Manchester United Betting Tips

Can the Saints get themselves back on track after suffering back to back defeats for the first time this season? Southampton have been in some great form this season, but basically when it came to the crunch of facing big test, they came up a little short. They suffered a 3-0 home defeat at St Marys last weekend against Manchester City and then failed to score again in a 1-0 loss at the Emirates against Arsenal, although it took the Gunners until the 89th minute to break down the Saints. So now the big test for Southampton will be their resolve and how they can respond to the tough setbacks which they have suffered this week.

The Saints have managed to score the first goal in four of their last five PL meetings with Man Utd but lost three and won none of those four matches. So they don’t have the current form against the Red Devils to carry favouritism into this game. Overall this season, Southampton have brilliant home stats in a W5 D1 L1 record and they have conceded just the four goals at St Marys, three of them coming on the weekend against Man City. Going forward, helped out by that 8-0 win over Sunderland, Southampton have averaged 2.4 goals per game at home this season. 57% of their home games have gone over 2.5 goals this term, but only one of their last six in the top flight (home and away) have gone over the mark.

Manchester United are gathering up a nice head of steam, having won their last four on the bounce. They look far too vulnerable to back to come out of anything with a clean sheet though. They took a 2-1 home win over Stoke during the week, but only thanks to keeper David de Gea, who pulled off some heroics to give United the three points. The Red Devils still look unbalanced a top heavy. United have only kept the two clean sheets in their last ten in the top flight, and away from Old Trafford, they have won just the one game this season. That did come in their last road game though, a 2-1 win at Arsenal. Will they be able to build from that on the road?

The Red Devils have all the powerful options in the goalscorer markets, with Robin van Persie, Radamel Falcao and Wayne Rooney all 7/4 shots, which is the same quote on Southampton’s Graziano Pelle. There is enough firepower on the pitch to suggest that there will be goals, but the feeling in this one is that it will be a tight affair. Rooney has five goals in five Premier League starts against Southampton, while Van Persie has five goal in six Premier League games against Southampton. United have only taken six points on the road this season, and that may just make them a little unappealing for the win, especially after drawing 1-1 at St Marys last season.

Southampton v Manchester United Betting Odds

Man Utd 6/4, Southampton 7/4, Draw 5/2

Southampton v Manchester United Predictions

There could actually be value here in seeing the Saints avoid defeat, because United have looked a shadow of themselves on the road this season. The Saints will be pretty nervy though, so perhaps the best way to swing this will be to cover the drawn outcome for a price of 5/2 at online bookmaker Paddy Power.

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4th December 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting


Another action packed weekend of Premier League football is on the cards and online betting site Ladbrokes are focusing on three of the league’s top goalscorer stars for a huge price boost offering this weekend. If Alexis Sanchez, Diego Costa and Wayne Rooney all score in their respective matches this weekend, then you will be able to take away winnings from 10/1 odds on it happening.

League leaders Chelsea head off to the north east to take on the struggling Sunderland and you would imagine that Diego Costa, who has netted eleven league goals already this season (four away from home) will get some chances. The burly Spanish international has been playing with plenty of fire in his belly this season and has troubled better defences than what the Black Cats can put up. Costa is 4/7 favourite in the anytime goalscorer market against Sunderland.

Wayne Rooney has slotted home just the four league goals of the season, but with the Red Devils looking for their third win in a row in the top flight, there should be chances up for the England international at Old Trafford. After claiming their first away win of the season last weekend at Arsenal (with Rooney scoring the winner), United have an easy looking home game against Hull, who they have won all six previous Premier League meetings against. Rooney is quoted at even money in the anytime goalscorer market for the game.

While Arsenal have been suffering from some indifferent form this season, looking for just their fifth league win of the season, they have been carried by Chilean international Alexis Sanchez. Sanchez has been on fire for the Gunners, slotting home eight league goals this season, with only Diego Costa and Man City’s Sergio Aguero having claimed more this term. The Gunners head off to the Hawthorns to face West Brom who are looking badly out of sorts, Sanchez, who has scored seven goals in his last six games in all competitions, is value at even money to score.

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29th November 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions


Online betting site Skybet are giving punters a big chance to pick up some extra profit this weekend, as they have enhanced a price of 3/1 to 5/1 on a Premier League treble of Liverpool, Manchester United and Swansea all to win.

It looks to be a fair shout too, and the bookmaker could come in for another hit this weekend. They boosted odds of 2/1 to 4/1 on an enhanced treble on Everton, Manchester City and Chelsea all to win their matches last weekend, and with all three picking up maximum points, the bookie was forced their largest payout of the season.

Will Liverpool, Man Utd and Swansea cause Skybet damage this weekend? All three are running as odds-on favourites to win their Saturday 3pm kick offs.

Liverpool kick off against Stoke on the weekend, and although the Reds haven’t been in great form themselves, they are taking on a Potters outfit who have been struggling as well. The Potters have also failed to win on their last 29 league visits to Anfield as well. So history is heavily on the side of Liverpool who are running as odds on favourites there.

Manchester United are also odds on favourites to win their match, a home fixture against Hull. Louis van Gaal’s men are looking to book their third straight league win, and they should do against the Tigers, who have failed to win a single Premier League match agianst the Red Devils. As for Swansea, the Welsh outfit are gunning for their third home win in a row over Crystal Palace.

Sky Bet’s Head of Trading Sandro Di Michele said: “We’ve made a point of giving our customers the chance to back the teams they want to back at an enhanced price, and it’s cost us last Saturday!

“We’ll be keeping our fingers crossed that Stoke, Hull or Crystal Palace can upset the odds and save us a big payout on Saturday as punters look to make it two wins in a row!”

Sky Bet also have a Money Back Offer for the Super Sunday action if both teams score in Tottenham’s clash against Everton.

Just place a minimum of £5 and Sky Bet will refund losing first goalscorer, last goalscorer, correct score and scorecast singles (Price Boosts are not included in the eligible markets) as a free bet up to £/€25 within 24 hours if both sides scores in the match.


29th November 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions

Football Betting

Arsenal have drifted out to a price of 8/11 for a top four finish in the Premier League this season, after they suffered their first home defeat of the season. Arsene Wenger’s men lost more ground on Saturday as they came unstuck at the Emirates against old rivals Manchester United. Both sides had gone into the match with just four league wins under their respective belts, and it was Arsenal who were left to wait in picking up their fifth, as they were suckerpunched in a 2-1 defeat.

The Gunners, who had problems defensively and mentally seeing out games this season, had controlled the bulk of the 90 minutes, but they ultimately came undone in the second half of the game through a clinical counter attack and a defensive mistake. Arsenal had been in control against a United line up which had been limited by injuries, but with Kieran Gibbs turning the ball into his own net, Arsenal’s issues were  compounded by Wayne Rooney finishing off a brilliant counter attack.

Olivier Giroud, on his first game back after his long layoff through injury, managed to pull back a late consolation goal deep into stoppage time. The brilliant finish confirmed just how much the Gunners have missed his presence up front, however, on top of the defeat, Arsenal saw midfielder Jack Wilshere and goalkeeper Wojciech Tomasz Szczesny hobbled off injured in the second half.

United deserve credit for the away win, considering that they were on the road at a top four side, with young defenders Tyler Blackett and Paddy McNair starting in the back three. The win was also the first three points on the road for Louis van Gaal in his tenure at Manchester United, and the three points propelled them up into the top four at the expense of Arsenal, and the Red Devils are now available at 2/5 to finish in the top four with Coral.

23rd November 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Football Betting

Welbeck - Chamberlain (Arsenal)

Arsenal v Manchester United Betting Preview 

Huge clash in North London, as both really need to pick up maximum points to get themselves back in the hunt for a top four finish this season. Both have failed to live up to expectations and both managers are facing some stiff criticism. United have the head to head form going against the Gunners, but the Red Devils are yet to win on the road this season. Will the fragile Arsenal be able to put something on the board?

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Arsenal v Manchester United Betting Tips

The Red Devils are yet to get things right on the road this season and face a tough challenge on Saturday as Premier League betting returns. Louis van Gaal has led the Red Devils to just four wins across the season, and all of them have come at Old Trafford. Form isn’t with them as they have won just one of hteir last four and that was a narrow 1-0 at OT against Crytsal Palace. United are top heavy and while they have the forward power, from the defensive midfield back, they look very poor. Their record on the road this season stands at (D3 L2) and are yet to nail a balanced performance.

They have posted just the one clean sheet on the road this season (0-0 at Burnley) so you would expect them to ship a goal. Going forward the Red Devils have Robin van Persie, who has scored three goals in his last four Premier League matches against his former club) at 7/4 in the anytime goalscorer market with William Hill, the same quote as can be taken on Wayne Rooney and Radamel Faclao. The last three meetings between Arsenal and United in the top flight have gone under 2.5 goals, but this will probably buck that trend.

It is worth looking towards goals in this one, as United’s away games have averaged 3 goals per game in them this term, while Arsenal have scored in each of their home games this season and have conceded in 80% of them too. The Gunners are struggling for form as well, having won just two of their last six in the Premier League (W2 D2 L2). Will the international break have done them good? In the week before the break, they draw 3-3 in the Champions League against Anderlecht after being 3-0 up, and then lost 2-1 at Swansea in their last Premier League match a few days later. That was after opening the scoring at the Liberty Stadium.

So the Gunners have won just the four Premier League matches this season, and former Manchester United man striker Danny Welbeck has been producing for England, there is more value in backing Alexis Sanchez to score for Arsenal. Sanchez, priced at 5/4 in the anytime goal scorer (the same quote as Welbeck) has scored six Premier League goals in his last four appearances and is carrying the weight of the goal scoring load on his shoulders.

The Gunners are unbeaten at home this season, but they have been so fragile this season, unable to close out matches, they have they have drawn three of their five at the Emirates. Just the one clean sheet has been posted. It does look as if Both Teams To Score for a price of 4/7 will produce value. In the recent head to head between the two, Arsenal haven’t posted a win in their last six against United (D2 L4). They have drawn their last two home matches at home against the Red Devils as well, and a 1-1 Correct Score bet is going to be attractive.

Arsenal v Manchester United Betting Odds

Arsenal 6/5, Man Utd 11/5, Draw 5/2

Arsenal v Manchester United Predictions

It is the unbeaten home form of the Gunners going up against the winless away form of United. What is going to give? What is going to be the telling factor? United look very likley to give up chances but you do question how fragile the Arsenal back line is when they come under pressure to try and close out games. Worth shooting for both teams to score and perhaps considering the draw option in the match outright.

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20th November 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

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