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Aston Villa v Arsenal 12.45
Villa are unbeaten at home but Arsenal have a very good record at Villa
Park. The visitors are without Fabregas but Villa have a small and
inexperienced squad and are missing 5 midfielders in total. The “kids” that
have stepped in for Villa have done well, especially against Man Utd, but
probably the brightest of these young stars, Albrighton, is out today along
with Hogg. And Utd were way under par that day. The result will most likely
mean a midfield threesome of Bannan, Clark and Ireland. It is essentially a
makeshift team that Villa are fielding, they’ve been struggling to score
all season and I feel the likes of Arshavin, Van Persie, Nasri and Chamakh
will out-play them today. Arsenal have had a bad week, but as usual their
troubles tend to get blown out of proportion, up until the 50th minute
against Spurs things were looking very good, and previous away wins at
Everton and Wolves were more in character. The Gunners have the best away
record in the league.
Arsenal 2% stake @ 5/4 Coral
Arsenal -1 (asian handicap) 1.5% stake @ 21/10 Bet365

That’s my strongest football advice of the weekend, but I also think Stoke
are too big at 11/4 against City, that Chelsea will win at Newcastle, and
Tottenham (If van der Vaart plays) are decent at 11/10 v Liverpool. Arsenal
can also be backed at 8/13 in the “draw no bet” market with Bluesquare.
That price again looks value given that they haven’t lost at Villa Park
since 1998.

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Below is a copy of one of his tips for today.

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A great result last night as two of our bets won and we got stake back on the other for a 2.6pts profit.

Today we have just the one small bet from League One…

OVER 2.5 Goals Double
Hartlepool v Peterborough OVER 2.5 Goals
Carlisle v Notts County OVER 2.5 Goals
This Double pays out 9/4 at Bet365 Bluesquare Sportingbet 0.5pts

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Out of interest the tips from yesterday he was referring to are copied below.

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A day of Euro2012 qualifiers today and thats where we head with two singles and a win treble…

Northern Ireland v Italy (7:45pm)
Northern Ireland DRAW NO BET at 3/1 Coral BoyleSports 14/5 Bwin Unibet 0.5pts

( stake returned as match was a draw )

Ireland v Russia (7:45pm)
OVER 2.5 Goals at 6/4 William Hill 11/8 Several firms 1pt

WON

WIN TREBLE
Belgium TO BEAT Kazakhstan (5:00pm)
FYR Macedonia TO BEAT Andorra (6:00pm)
Germany TO BEAT Turkey (7:30pm)
This Treble pays out 11/5 at William Hill and Victor Chandler 0.5pts

WON

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Welcome back to the weekly Scottish Selections email after the summer break. I’m always a little cagey at the start of a new season. In the scottish lower leagues there’s a lot of movement of players and tons of loan signings. I know a few of the people that run the clubs in the 2nd and 3rd divisions so I talk to them but results can be eratic in the first few games. My systems are heavy on statistics too and it takes a few weeks before I have enough data to be confident. For the first few weeks it’ll be question of 1star bets going on what my spies report but when the stats bed in, it’ll be full steam ahead and I’m very confident of another highly profitable campaign. I’ve been betting on the Scottish lower leagues since 2002 and every season’s been a winner!

This week:

SD1 Ross County WIN @ 6/4 (vs. Falkirk) – 1 star bet (Bet365, Paddy Power)

Analysis

Ross County vs. Falkirk

Last season’s cup run showed Ross County to be a team going places and a good start to the new campaign last week thumping new boys Cowdenbeath 2-0. They’ll be a team to follow this season, they have an excellent management team and I expect them to be challenging for the title come the end of the season. They take on Falkirk who continued miserable SPL form by losing to Dumbarton at home last week and look out of sorts still coming to terms with SD1. It’s often the case that it takes a while for the SPL relegation team to settle and Ross County can take advantage of this at 6/4.

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West Ham v Liverpool Saturday 9th May 5.30pm ko Live on Setanta

TEAM NEWS

West Ham’s injury list includes Scott Parker, James Collins, Kieron Dyer, Dean Ashton, Valon Behrami, Danny Gabbidon and Carlton Cole.

Xabi Alonso has failed to recover from an ankle injury and will miss out for Liverpool.

Fernando Torres and Javier Mascherano are fit again and in the squad.

West Ham Squad: Green, Neill, Tomkins, Upson, Ilunga, Stanislas, Noble, Lopez, Kovac, Boa Morte, Collison, Tristan, Di Michele, Sears, Lastuvka, Spector, Payne, Hines, Savio.

Liverpool Squad: Reina, Arbeloa, Carragher, Skrtel, Hyypia, Agger, Dossena, Aurelio, Insua, Benayoun, Gerrard, Babel, Mascherano, Lucas, Kuyt, Torres, Riera, Cavalieri, Ngog, El Zhar.

TOP SCORERS (LEAGUE ONLY)

WEST HAM

PLAYER  Goals

Carlton Cole 9
Craig Bellamy 5
David Di Michele 4
Diego Tristán 3
Mark Noble 3
Jack Collison 3

LIVERPOOL

PLAYER Goals

Steven Gerrard 13
Fernando Torres 13
Dirk Kuyt 11
Yossi Benayoun 7
Robbie Keane 5
Alberto Riera 3

THE ORACLE’S MATCH PRICES (100% BOOK)

WEST HAM 13/2 13%

DRAW 10/3 23%

LIVERPOOL 4/7 64%

ANALYSIS

MATCH:

West Ham are sitting in seventh place in the league and are in pole position to qualify for the Europa league next season. Considering the resources he has had to work with, Gianfranco Zola has done a fantastic job. However, I think the Hammers are punching above their weight and are likely to miss out on European football next season. Several players left in January and the team that takes the field tomorrow will be missing seven of the starting eleven which left Anfield with a point in December. Several injury problems have reduced the Hammers to the bare bones and it is difficult to see them getting more than a draw.

Liverpool need a victory to keep alive their extremely slim hopes of snatching the title from Man United and will be boosted by the return of Fernando Torres. The Spaniard missed the goalless draw between the two in December and along with Gerrard, will provide a serious threat. Liverpool are scoring freely at the moment and have managed three or more in their last five games. They have lost just one of their last twenty four league games and they are rightfully strong favourites to leave Upton Park with all three points.

The match prices look about right and whilst a Liverpool victory is definitely the most likely outcome, it does not provide any real value. West Ham have failed to beat any of the six sides above them in the table this season and will be relying on hard work and team spirit rather than on quality to see them through.

GOALS:

Liverpool’s last six matches in all competitions have featured three goals or more as have nine of their last ten. These ten games have averaged 4.6 goals per game making over 2.5 goals the only option worth considering, at first glance. However, West Ham’s record is the exact opposite and twelve of the last thirteen have featured two goals or less. The Hammers are struggling to score at the moment and a bet on over 2.5 goals might require Liverpool to score three times.

GOALSCORERS:

Steven Gerrard is a standout 2/1 with Corals to score at anytime and is worthy of at least a small interest. Gerrard is joint top Liverpool scorer in the Premiership with thirteen goals but his seven in Europe and one FA cup goal take his tally to twenty one. His advanced role these days, along with his threat from set pieces and penalty taking duties make him a value proposition. Ladbrokes and Hills are just 5/4. Yossi Benayoun is also a backable price to score against his old club at 10/3 with Hills. He has eight goals in all competitions and is in the form of his career at the moment.

RECOMMENDATIONS

1pt Steven Gerrard to score anytime 2/1 Coral or 15/8 BoyleSports

Best Wishes

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1pt Southend to beat Leicester in League one, 11/5 B365 or 21/10 Blue Square (Best price Betfair) (Saturday 18th April 3pm ko)

Southend are one of the most in form teams in the country at the moment with four wins from their last five and twelve wins from their last sixteen. This fantastic run has taken them to within touching distance of the play offs. A win against Leicester tomorrow and other results going their way, could see the Shrimpers just two points from a playoff spot by tea time. They had a poor spell mid way through the season but this was the result of a crippling injury list. They have a strong squad to choose from now and have benefited from a couple of useful loan signings. Dorian Dervite has come in from Tottenham and struck up a strong partnership with Peter Clarke at the back. Their first thirteen games together resulted in ten wins and seven clean sheets. At the other end of the pitch, Theo Robinson has had a big impact since arriving on loan from Watford, scoring seven times. With Francis Laurent, Lee Barnard and Dougie Freedman also fighting for places, manager Steve Tilson has a wealth of options in attack.

Leicester can achieve promotion tomorrow with just a draw but they have been far from convincing in recent weeks. They picked up six points over Easter but laboured away at bottom club Hereford and needed a 90th minute winner to beat Leeds. Before that, Leicester had one just two of their last eight failing to beat other promotion hopefuls MK Dons, Peterborough and Tranmere along the way. There is every chance that the weight of expectation could be getting to them.

Southend boss Steve Tilson was in confident mood before the game and keen to spoil the party:

“There is nothing worse than watching another side celebrate on your own patch and hopefully that won’t happen”.
Southend have beaten promotion challengers Peterborough and Scunthorpe during their charge to the play offs, and look a value price at over 2/1 to repeat the trick in front of a bumper home crowd. Failure to take all three points could all but end their play off dream.
Minimum price to take – 9/5
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Football Tip For Saturday

Saturday Football Bet From The Oracle at Football Bets

1pt Huddersfield to beat Stockport in league one, 12/5 Skybet or 9/4 Tote (Saturday 28th February 3pm ko)

I’ve said before that I felt Stockport are a club punching above their weight this season, and I think they are on the verge of a significant downturn. They have been enduring financial difficulties for some time now and managing director Mark Magurie quit earlier this month. They had to sell two of their best players in January to balance the books and are left with a young squad thin on numbers. Anthony Pilkington was one of the players sold in January and he was their top scorer at the time. He will return to Edgeley Park tomorrow as a Huddersfield player.

Things came to a head this week when Brighton made an approach for Stockport’s manager Jim Gannon. It was Gannon who masterminded Stockport’s promotion last season and if he leaves I think Stockport could be in real trouble. I say “if” he leaves, because he turned down the Brighton job in the end. However, in a statement during the week, Gannon declared:

“I don’t think any other manager would’ve put up with what’s gone on in the last six months.

“My position became untenable a long time ago.”

This suggests that even though he has turned down Brighton, he will be leaving sooner rather than later. All this is likely to have an extremely unsettling affect on the squad. They lost away at Colchester on Tuesday and I think another defeat is likely to follow tomorrow.

Huddersfield have had the week to prepare for this fixture and have sold out their away allocation. They have a squad full of talented players and I think it is only a matter of time before they put together a run of results. Victories over Leeds and Peterborough in the last month are good evidence of what they are capable of. I think they are a big price to take advantage of Stockport’s troubles tomorrow.

Minimum price to take – 15/8

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1pt Fulham to beat Tottenham in the Premiership, 12/5 PaddyPower or 23/10 Bet365 (Saturday 15th November 3pm ko)

It is very important not to get too carried away with short term trends when betting on football, and to keep focused on the bigger picture. Juande Ramos was sacked as Tottenham manager after a terrible start to the season left Spurs bottom of the Premiership. He brought in a number of expensive signings over the summer and Spurs were expected to mount a challenge to the big four. However, the loss of Robbie Keane and Dimitar Berbatov late in the summer was a big blow and was a major factor in Spurs poor start in my opinion. Since Harry Redknapp has taken over, Spurs have suddenly come to life and are unbeaten in six games under their new manager. However, just as Tottenham were not as poor as their form suggested under Ramos, they are also not as good as the form they are currently experiencing under Redknapp. The media has gone overboard as a result of this good run and a number of bookmakers appear to have swallowed it.

The fact of the matter is that Redknapp has had a huge amount of luck so far in his short career as Tottenham boss. He started off with a home game against a very poor Bolton side and unsurprisingly picked up three points. This was followed by a trip to the Emirates stadium for the North London derby with Arsenal. Spurs nicked two late goals and gained a point they did not deserve. This was down to Arsenal carelessly throwing away the lead with sloppy play, rather than Harry masterminding some great comeback. Next up was Liverpool, who in Redknapp’s own words “murdered us”! The Scousers should have been 4-0 up before an own goal levelled things up and again Tottenham nicked a late goal to win it. Spurs didn’t deserve a point that day, let alone three. Last weekend saw more of the same, as Spurs trailed Man City before two sendings off allowed them to steal the points. Another win followed in mid week and from the praise being lavished on Redknapp once again by the media, you’d have sworn it wasn’t a Liverpool reserve team containing ten changes they’d just beaten?

So now we have a situation where Tottenham have been priced up as short as 11/10 (48% win chance) to win away from home against a Fulham side with a home record on a par with the big four. The cottagers have lost just one of their six home games, have won four times in front of their own fans already and only Chelsea have conceded fewer goals at home. Like previous seasons, it is their away form which is letting Fulham down with just a single point gained on their travels. Tottenham’s price looks even more ridiculous when you look at their own away form, not just this season but over the last several seasons. Their fortuitous victory over Man City was just their first away win of the season and last year they won just three times away from home. The season before that, they managed five away wins and the season before that they managed six. In fact, over the last three season Tottenham have won just 23% of their away fixtures, which equates to an average price of 10/3! Another factor here is that Tottenham have not won at Craven Cottage since 2002! Their record in that time reads W0-D2-L4.

Whilst their form at the moment is impressive, it is also very misleading and Redknapp joked during this week that he should resign now as things could only go down hill from now on. I think he was spot on, things can only go down hill, and Redknapp is still talking about avoiding relegation, rather than challenging for European places. Tottenham have been leaking goals by the hatful all season, the only thing Redknapp has done, is to get them scoring themselves. The defence changes every week as Ledley King’s injury only allows him to play every other week. This has caused a lot of uncertainty in a back four that already has suspect full backs defensively and which sits in front of one of the most unreliable goalkeepers in the Premiership. It is no secret that come January, Spurs will be signing a new keeper to replace Gomes and Shay Given was being linked with a move this afternoon. Gomes is a complete liability at set pieces and with crosses in general. He is just as likely to clatter one of his own defenders as he is to clear any danger.

If this game was played a month ago, Fulham would probably have been favourites. The prices on offer are being dictated by a short term trend and anything over 15/8 is fantastic value in my opinion. Fulham have already beaten Arsenal at home this season and in Danny Murphy, Simon Davies and Bobby Zamora, they have three Spurs old boys who will be fired up to put one over their previous employers. Andy Johnson is returning to full fitness and has three goals in as many games too. Fulham have to be backed to make it three home wins on the bounce.

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