Premiership Betting Review – 19 March 2006

Fulham paralyzed Chelsea at Craven Cottage with a 1-0 win albeit revolting scenes after the match took steps to deface a fabulous triumph for Chris Coleman’s men. Luis Boa Morte terminated the victor for the 7/1 Cottagers following 17 minutes while Didier Drogba had a Chelsea equalizer precluded for handball.

Manchester United fixed their hold on runner up yet made difficult work of a 2-1 win at West Bromwich Albion. Joined together, a best estimated 1/2 saw Louis Saha net on 16 and 64 minutes in spite of the fact that Nathan Ellington’s objective a short ways from time set up รีวิวสินค้าไอทีa strained finale.

Liverpool decreased Manchester United’s second spot to two focuses yet they have played two games all the more after Sunday’s 3-1 win at Newcastle United. Diminish Crouch scored following nine minutes for the 11/8 Reds while Steven Gerrard multiplied the favorable position on 34. Shola Ameobi gave the Magpies trust five minutes before the break however Djibril Cisse’s punishment on 51 made sure about a valuable away success.

Tottenham Hotspur proceeded with their charge for a spot in next season’s Champions League with a 2-0 win at Birmingham. Transfer compromised City held firm for 66 minutes until Aaron Lennon got his first objective for the 5/4 Spurs. The in-structure Robbie Keane included a second a short ways from the conclusion to keep up Martin Jol’s side’s fourth positioned position.

Weapons store are not abandoning class matters presently and destroyed Charlton 3-0 at Highbury. The Gunners were vigorously chances on at 2/5 and took only 13 minutes to lead through Robert Pires. Emmanuel Adebayor jumped on the scoresheet after 32 and Alexsander Hleb finished the masterclass four minutes into the subsequent half.

Blackburn likewise earned greatest focuses in a 3-2 win against Middlesbrough. The in-structure Craig Bellamy opened the scoring for 5/6 Rovers following 11 minutes just for Mark Viduka to level five minutes after the fact. Morten Gamst Pedersen reestablished the lead for Rovers yet Fabio Rochemback leveled on 62. Bellamy terminated in a magnificent individual second six minutes after the fact to seal triumph for Mark Hughes’ group.

Portsmouth edged towards three focuses off security with an awakening 4-2 win at administrator Harry Redknapp’s previous club West Ham. Portsmouth, 7/2 outcasts before kick-off, got themselves 3-0 up at half time.

Everton may make a late offer for Europe in the wake of obliterating Aston Villa 4-1, their 6th back to back triumph. James McFadden broke the stop following 16 minutes for the 4/5 Toffees and further objectives from Tim Cahill and Leon Osman gave David Moyes’ side an ordering half-time lead. Debutante Gabriel Agbonlahor gave the Villains trust however Cahill got his second of the game in stoppage time.