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Tottenham v Chelsea FA Cup Semi Final Betting Odds & Money Back Special

FA Cup Winner 2010 (Chelsea)
Online bookmaker Paddy Power have a great Tottenham v Chelsea FA Cup semi final betting promotion running for the big afternoon out at Wembley. While we are looking at a Merseyside derby in the other semi, here we have a London derby, just to add some extra tension and pressure on the match. Spurs need a confidence boosting pick me up after they have seen their Premier League form take a nose dive, while Chelsea are being ran ragged by challenges in the Premier League for a top four spot and in the Champions League, as well as the FA Cup. So there is a tremendous amount at stake at Wembley on Sunday, and Paddy Power are covering the match with some insurance.  
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  If there is a red card shown in this game, then Paddy Power will refund all losing First Goalscorer, Last Goalscorer, Correct Score and Scorecast singles placed on the match. This means that you can look at all of these Tottenham v Chelsea FA Cup betting markets with a good bit of insurance to back up your bets. In the first goalscorer market, there are whole host of great options to weigh up. It is Tottenham's Emmanuel Adebayor who is favourite at 6/1, while Fernando Torres and Didier Drogba are back at 7/1 at and 8/1 respectively. With other great options like Jermain Defoe, Louis Saha and Daniel Sturridge, Frank Lampard and Gareth Bale, there is superb value on offer. In the Correct Score market, a 1-1 draw is the favourite option at 5/1, while a 1-0 triumph for either side can be taken around odds of 8/1. So there are great value bets to be found in all the markets covered by the Paddy Power promotion. The highly rated bookie also offers a free matched bet sign up bonus when opening a new account. So, new customers registering a Paddy Power account can also get a free bet on their new account to get started with. You can't lose with a free bet! Tottenham v Chelsea FA Cup semi final Betting Odds at Paddy Power Spurs 13/8, Chelsea 13/8, Draw 2/1 It really is going to be a bit of a toss up between these two London sides. Spurs are still struggling to find wins in the Premier League, with just one victory in their last eight matches. Included in that run was a 0-0 draw earned at Stamford Bridge, in what was a terribly dour and uninspired affair. There was also another draw between the two sides back at White Hart Lane in December, so this could all come down to a flip of coin so to speak. Tottenham's problems have stemmed from them showing a lack of confidence in their game. Harry Redknapp's men had a great swagger and style about them on the ball over the first half of the season, as they played their way into a position of being genuine title contenders. That has all come undone though with a poor second half of the season, and now they are struggling to get over the line to book themselves a top four finish. Still, the FA Cup could offer a bit of relief for them, as a piece of silverware would just desserts for one of the best footballing sides in the country. Spurs have the undoubted talent and ability with the likes of Rafael van der Vaart and Gareth Bale, but they just look nervy and unsure on the ball, all due to their slump in form. Spurs suffered a massive blow at home in the weekend, losing 2-1 against the visiting Norwich. As big of a threat as they can carry when playing well, they are as equally as vulnerable at the moment. But are Chelsea in a position to take advantage of that? Roberto Di Matteo may be lining himself up with a good chance of taking over in the managerial seat permanently, but it could all come crashing down in the space of the next week. The Tottenahm v Chelsea FA Cup semi final is being played just a couple of days before the Blues host Barcelona in the Champions League semi final. There is also extra pressure on Chelsea, who missed a golden opportunity to draw level with fourth placed Spurs after being pegged back to a 1-1 draw away at Fulham over the Easter weekend. Di Matteo has been shuffling his pack, trying to get a good balance of fresh legs coming into the side, but Chelsea have still produced some very flat and uninspired performances. Fernando Torres is really starting to look like his old self though after having been given a vote of confidence. But there has been a lack of punch from the midfield. Frank Lampard is the club's top scorer, while the creativity of Juan Mata is unrivalled in the side. Will Chelsea have one eye on the meeting with Barcelona? Will they be saving something for a huge Premier League clash against Arsenal next weekend? Tough to call a winner, an extra time is a real possibility.

Tottenham v Bolton FA Cup Betting Odds and Preview – 27.03.12

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It will be an emotional re-run of the Tottenham v Bolton FA Cup betting for the quarter final at White Hart Lane on Tuesday night. The first attempt was of course the scene of the terrible collapse of Patrice Muamba, so now the teams have to refocus and go up against each other again. If you are looking to get started with an online bookmaker for your football betting, then it will be worth heading to SkyBet, where you can get yourself a completely free ÂŁ10 bet to enjoy on their sports-book Just head to SkyBet and when you register for your new account as a new customer, then you will get a free ÂŁ10 bet credited to your account through their great welcome bonus offer. There is nothing else that you need to do to get the free bet, other than register the SkyBet account. It is that simple, and that is a free bet which you can use to try and get some free profit of course! Tottenham v Bolton is one of two FA Cup matches on Tuesday night, as the teams look to secure a place in the semi finals. Tottenham v Bolton FA Cup Betting Odds Spurs to win: 1/3 at Paddy Power Draw: 17/4 at Bwin Bolton to win: 10/1 at Boylesports Well, even though the Trotters took the lead when these two squared off a couple of weekends ago, Tottenham edged their way back into the game and looked the most likely to go on and win the match. Spurs aren't in top form at the moment, there is no secret about that, as they are without a win in their last six Premier League matches. They ran up back to back draws last week, at home against Stoke and then against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on the weekend. Spurs are battling at the moment as opposed to producing top quality fluid and attractive football. They have the quality to produce of course and they have much better options up front to take this tie than what Bolton do. But Spurs are having to fight for supremacy on the pitch instead of letting their football do the talking. The goals have dried up for Spurs, scoring just two in their last four league matches, and one of them a 90th minute equaliser against Stoke from Rafael van der Vaart. Spurs just need a bit more control through the middle of the park and the long, heavy season looks to have taken its toll That being said, they are favourites in Spurs v Bolton FA Cup betting because of home advantage, and they have been solid at White Hart Lane. Bolton's away record at the moment is not good, losing their last four away from home in the Premier League without scoring a goal. Owen Coyle's men though did produce a great emotional response in their first game after the Patrice Muamba incident, when they put in a stirring performance and out-intensified opponents Blackburn at the Reebok. That gave the Trotters a valuable three points in their fight against relegation this season, and was a well deserved result. Can that intensity and energy carry through to White Hart Lane? No doubt they are going to fired up for this one and will want to get the job done for Muamba, but the truth of the matter is, is that they are not as good as Spurs are. They will have to work and scrap hard, but that is what Bolton do, but they don't have the away form to suggest that they are going to pull something off here. While a return to the FA Cup final after losing there last year to Man City, would be welcome, their Premier League agenda is going to be much more important for them. They will want a result either way to get concentration back on the Premier League. Bolton have lost on their last five visits to White Hart Lane, managing just one goal in that run. So no strong pointers for an emotional triumph for Bolton here, as they have won just nine of their 50 visits to Spurs.

Stevenage v Tottenham FA Cup Betting Odds – Money Back Special Promotion

Stevenage v Tottenham FA Cup Betting Odds are being well covered for punters at highly popular online bookmaker Ladbrokes. The popular bookie has rolled out a great Money Back Special for the match, which sees League One side Stevenage host the highly flying, Premier League title challengers Spurs. Even though Harry Redknapp’s men are away from home, the expected gulf in class is expected to pay off in the end for the White Hart Lane crew, as they take on the underdogs. Will the match result in Tottenham going goal crazy? If Spurs do bring their shooting boots to the match, then you could be in for some lost stake refunds on Stevenage v Spurs FA Cup Betting. If Tottenham turn up and score four or more goals in the match, then Ladbrokes will pay out refunds on all losing First Goalscorer bets. So great coverage on your First Goalscorer options here, and the insurance offered by Ladbrokes gives you the chance to jump into the market where Tottenham’s Jermain Defoe and Emmanuel Adebayor are both trading as 3/1 favourites, while Spurs new boy Louis Saha is just back behind them at 7/2. Spurs will naturally carry the greater threat and have the class and firepower to put on a bit of a show, so the Ladbrokes Money Back Special on the First Goalscorer market could pay off for you. The highly popular online bookmaker Ladbrokes offer a free £50 bet for new customers registering an account with them. The bookie will match the value of your first stake on a new account with a free bet, up to the maximum value of £50, giving you some great free betting cash to enjoy. So if Spurs score four or more goals in the match, then lost First Goalscorer bets will be refunded. Stevenage v Tottenham FA Cup Betting Odds Stevenage to win: 9/1 at Bet365 Draw: 9/2 at Boylesports Tottenham to win: 1/3 at Totesport League One side Stevenage, who are challenging for a play off spot in League One at the moment, will be buoyed by their current good form in the league. Stevenage, sitting in sixth place in the division host Spurs on the back of two straight wins. In fact there have been six wins out of their last eight matches now for Stevenage in League One and so they will be confident of giving Spurs a good run for their money at Broadhall Way. Stevenage beat Reading away from home in the Third Round of this season’s FA Cup, before heading home to earn a 1-0 victory over Notts County. Their reward for that was the great draw of Spurs at home, and naturally the lower league side will go into the match as firm underdogs, especially against a Tottenham side which continues to impress. Despite all the distractions surrounding Spurs boss Harry Redknapp due to his court case and him being linked to the England job, Redknapp insists that he remains focused on the job at hand at White Hart Lane. Spurs are still chasing down the two Manchester clubs in the Premier League title race, and have had a good week’s rest after thumping Newcastle 5-0 in the league last weekend. So Spurs are in terrific form, having lost just one Premier League match in their last eight, and with the added presence of Emmanuel Adebayor up front, the big striker has made such a difference to Spurs’ ability to bury the scraps up front. Spurs have great attacking options with the likes of Louis Saha, Jermain Defoe, Rafael van der Vaart and of course Gareth Bale. Spurs are one of the strong favourites to win the FA Cup this summer, and with a solid defence and an explosive attack, they will be expecting to book their place in the FA Cup quarter finals with some comfort on Sunday. Find the latest results, League Table, Top Scorer and more on our football statistics on (just choose your country & your preferred topic)