Bet on this Weekend’s Sport

Bet on this Weekend’s Sport

The race for the Premiership continues this weekend as Arsenal, Manchester United and Chelsea look to close the gap on current leaders Liverpool. Arsenal are the first in action this weekend when they travel to the Riverside to take on Middlesbrough, while Manchester United must wait till Saturday tea time to face Spurs at White Hart Lane. Chelsea could be four points behind Liverpool by the time they welcome West Ham to Stamford Bridge on Sunday, while earlier that day Newcastle make the longest journey in the Premiership as they head to the South Coast to take on Portsmouth at Fratton Park.

Weekend Football

1st SCORER 2nd CHANCE

Applies to all Premier League matches this weekend

Place a First Goal scorer bet and if your player fails to score the first goal but scores at any other time in the match VCbet will refund your stake as a free bet on any future match.1

Middlesbrough v Arsenal, Saturday, Sky Sports 1, 12:45pm

Arsenal could temporarily take third spot form Man United if they win in the North East, although their recent inconsistency will be a worry for Arsene Wenger. Despite their morale boosting 2-1 win over Chelsea two weeks ago, they have suffered two defeats in their last three games, and narrowly beat Wigan 1-0 in the other. Burnley beat a young side 2-0 in the Carling Cup, but it was a near full strength side that under performed against Porto in the Champions League in mid week. Middlesbrough’s inconsistent form continued last week as they lost for the fourth time this season after taking the lead in the game. Tuncay Sanli’s neat finish ten minutes from time at the KC stadium looked to have sealed the points for the Teesiders, but a Ross Turnbull own goal just two minutes later set up a grandstand finish. Marlon King converted a penalty five minutes from time following David Wheater’s challenge on Geovanni to end the game in dramatic fashion, and leave Gareth Southgate wondering how his team left Humberside without any points to show for it.

Middlesbrough are 4/1 with VCbet to win for the first time in five games, while Arsenal are 18/25 with Centrebet to maintain their slim Premiership hopes.

Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester United, Saturday, Setanta Sports 1, 5:30pm

Tottenham welcome Man United to White Hart Lane as they look to continue their revival under Harry Redknapp. They have won nine of the twelve games under his stewardship so far, and will certainly be looking up the table now, rather than over their shoulders as they were in the final days of Juande Ramos. The most notable development under Redknapp is the re-emergence of strikers Darren Bent and Roman Pavlyuchenko, who have notched fourteen goals between them since the change of manager at the end of October. Goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes is still causing some nervous moments at the back, but the return of Ledley King to the back four has restored some of the lost confidence. United sealed top spot in Group E with a 2-2 draw against Aalborg, although they were far from convincing on Wednesday night at Old Trafford. Despite Carlos Tevez giving the Red Devils the lead in the third minute, they conceded two goals in 15 minutes right before half time to give the Danish champions a surprise half time lead. Wayne Rooney put United back on level terms shortly after half time, but they were unable to break down the Danes again on a frustrating night. They can move to within two points of second place Chelsea here, but will not take this game lightly as Spurs continue to build their progression up the table.

Tottenham are the 10/3 underdogs with VCbet to continue their Redknapp revival, while Manchester United are 4/5 favourites with Centrebet to close the gap to Chelsea.

Portsmouth v Newcastle United, Sunday, Sky Sports 1, 1:30pm

Joe Kinnear’s side make the 345 mile trip south to Fratton Park on Sunday as they look to extend their unbeaten streak to five games. They are, however, searching for their first win in six games against Tony Adams’ side, who have certainly entertained their fans in recent weeks. The 2-2 draw with AC Milan in the UEFA Cup was the highlight of a five game streak that saw 20 goals, and Pompey will again look to striking pair Jermaine Defoe and Peter Crouch to lead from the front. Crouch was on target last week in the 1-1 draw at WBA, and Pompey will be looking to follow that up with a win here to take them to within a point of the UEFA cup places. Newcastle will be looking for maximum points for different reasons as just a point separates them from neighbours Sunderland in the relegation zone. They will want to make up from the disappointment of losing a two goal lead at home to Stoke last week, in a game that looked to be over at half time. Michael Owen had given them a two goal lead within 25 minutes, and before Mamady Sibide pulled one back on sixty minutes they looked to be cruising. However they could not withstand fierce pressure in the final minutes and finally succumbed to an injury time goal from Abdoulaye Faye.

Portsmouth are evens with VCbet to get back to winning ways, with Newcastle 5/2 with Centrebet to celebrate the long journey back with a win.

Chelsea v West Ham United, Sunday, Sky Sports 1, 4:00pm

Chelsea successfully came through a potentially nervous night on Tuesday night as they qualified for the knockout stages of the Champions League thanks to a 2-1 victory over CFR Cluj. Despite taking the lead through Salomon Kalou shortly before half time, they were never at their best, and this was demonstrated as Yussouf Kone headed an equaliser to put the Blues on the brink of elimination. However, the introduction of Didier Drogba proved vital as he scored the winner 20 minutes from time to seal the blues’ place in the next round. They will be looking to capitalise on any mistakes Liverpool may make this weekend when they welcome West Ham to Stamford Bridge, and the first return of Gianfranco Zola since his time in a Chelsea shirt. The little Italian will be aiming to get one over on his old side as the Hammers look to bounce back from last weeks 2-0 defeat to Spurs. Prior to that they had been on a three match unbeaten run, which included a win at Sunderland and holding league leaders Liverpool to a 0-0 draw at Anfield. Last weeks defeat leaves them fifth from bottom, just three points outside of the drop zone, and they will need to be at their best defensively if they hope to take anything from Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea are 1/4 with Centrebet to win another three points towards their Premiership challenge, while West Ham are 14/1 at VCbet to celebrate Gianfranco Zola’s return to Stamford Bridge with a win.

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You receive a mythical £1 on each correct score you choose. If your prediction is correct your mythical £1 will be settled at the VC Bet price on that correct score.

Every one who Beats Victor’s total points score from the four matches wins a £5 free bet and if you are the tipster with the largest overall return you win a £500 free bet!

Victor’s selections are…

Middlesbrough v Arsenal: 1-2
Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester United: 1-2
Portsmouth v Newcastle United: 2-2
Chelsea v West Ham: 4-1

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Weekend Horse Racing

FREE FALL …

Applies to all races at Cheltenham & Doncaster on Friday & Saturday.

If your selection FALLS, VCbet will refund your losing stake as a free bet on the following day’s racing!3

This weekend’s big race takes place at Cheltenham on Saturday at 2:30pm with the BoyleSports Gold Cup. Imperial Commander is the 15/8 favourite with Centrebet following his win in the Paddy Power Gold Cup back in November. Nigel Twiston-Davies’ charge was impressive that day, its only outing this year, as it took the lead around the halfway mark and by the second last had blown all the other challengers away. Silverburn, expected to be Imperial Commanders closest competitor this Saturday, did not jump well that day in the Gold Cup but will certainly challenge for top spot here. The combination of Paul Nicholls and Ruby Walsh is never far from the front in these big races, and the brother of Denman is 5/1 at VCbet to follow up his stable mates success. Three Mirrors was another horse that impressed in November, as he followed up a win at Ayr towards the end of last season with an encouraging fifth in the Gold Cup. The horse once again finished strongly at Cheltenham, and could be one to look out for in the closing stages in this slightly longer distance of 2m and 5f. Graham Lee may have instructions from trainer Ferdy Murphy to hold back in the early stages, ready for the 9/1 shot at Centrebet to charge coming towards the final few fences.

Open an account with any of the following bookmakers and receive a free bet:

Centrebet £20 Free Bet
VC Bet  £100 in Free Bets

Money Back Specials From PaddyPower

Money Back Specials From PaddyPower

This weeks specials include Money-Back Specials on the Premier League and Boxing, not to mention a fantastic Scoop6 cashback offer!

Saturday Football – Money-Back Special!

Left in Roons!!
Man United v Sunderland
Saturday 6th December 5.30pm Setanta

If Wayne Rooney scores the last goal Paddy Power will refund all losing 1st / last goalscorer, correct score & scorecast singles on the match.

Applies to singles placed before kick off only
Max Refund €300/£200 per customer/bet.
Paddy Power football rules apply.
Applies to 1st / last goalscorer, correct score & scorecast bets only.
If Rooney plays no part in the match special will revert to last goal scored outside the box.
Own goals do not count.
Does not apply to customers whose language of registration is Spanish.

Boxing – Money-Back Special!

This Round’s on Us!
De La Hoya v Pacquiao

If the fight finishes in the first 6 Rounds we will refund all losing rounds bets on this fight.

Applies to singles placed before event starts only, does not apply to betting in running.
Applies if either fighter wins by KO or TKO in rounds 1 to 6.
Applies to bets on given rounds only and not to winning group of rounds, total rounds or to win on points.
Max refund €300/£200 per customer/bet.
Paddy Power Boxing rules apply.
In addition to these specials, this Saturday we will again be offering 10% cashback on all losing Scoop6 bets placed online – there will be no limit applied to the amount refunded on each bet.

Se full T&Cs on the PaddyPower site:
10% cashback applies to Scoop6 bets placed on the PaddyPower website or Paddy Power Dial a Bet only.
Does not apply to any other Tote bets.
Does not apply to bets placed in Paddy Power shops.
No maximum refund.
Refunds will be credited by 8pm Sat 6th December.

Bet on this Weekend’s Sport

Bet on this Weekend’s Sport

Local pride is all to play for this weekend with three local derbies in the Premiership. Newcastle visit the Riverside to face Middlesbrough on Saturday, while on Super Sunday Blue faces Red in Manchester as City play United. On Sunday afternoon Chelsea welcome Arsenal in the London derby, with a chance for the Blues to possibly kill off the Gunners title ambitions. The Hennesy Gold Cup is the big race of the weekend at Newbury, where Paul Nicholls will be looking to replicate his success from last year with the phenomenal Denman.

Weekend Football

Manchester City v Manchester United, Sunday, Sky Sports 1, 1:30pm

City welcome United to the City of Manchester Stadium, with their two victories in last years Manchester derby’s fresh in their memories. City won this fixture 1-0 last season, although it will probably be the 2-1 win at Old Trafford that they will draw from in the build up to this weekend. United will be looking to avenge those defeats, the first time City had done the double over United in nearly 40 years. They have overcome their slow start and are now looking to close down Chelsea and Liverpool’s 8 point lead over them.

Manchester City are 3/1 with Pagebet bookmaker to claim a third successive win in the Manchester Derby, while Manchester United are 4/5 with Centrebet to claim top honours in the city.

If Carlos Tevez scores at anytime during Manchester City v Manchester United, BGbet will refund all losing first goalscorer stakes on the match.¹

If Man City v Man United finishes 0-0 BGbet will refund all losing correct score bets on that game.¹

Chelsea v Arsenal, Sunday, Sky Sports 1, 4:30pm

A respondent Arsenal will travel to Stamford Bridge on Sunday following their midweek Champions League win. Niklas Bendtners late goal against Dynamo Kiev eased some of the pressure that had been building with recent poor results, and that had been heightened following William Gallas’ comments last week. Chelsea will still fancy their chances against the Gunners, and will look to exploit any weaknesses that have been exposed in recent events.

Chelsea are the 4/6 favourites with BGbet to pull further clear of the Gunners at the top, while Arsenal are 4/1 with VCbet to get their season back on track with a victory.

If Joe Cole scores at anytime during Chelsea v Arsenal, BGbet will refund all losing first goalscorer stakes on the match.¹

Liverpool v West Ham United, Monday, Setanta Sports 1, 8:00pm

Liverpool face West Ham in the Monday night game, hoping Arsenal would have helped them to stay at the top of the Premiership. However, if the Gunners do not beat Chelsea then Liverpool will need to win this game to reclaim their place at the top. West Ham will enter this game with some confidence following their win over Sunderland last week. That was the Hammers first win since September, although they face a difficult task at Anfield.

Liverpool are 1/3 favourites with bookmakers VCbet to continue their time at the top of the Premiership, with West Ham 9/1 at Pagebet to shock the league leaders at Anfield.

If Dirk Kuyt scores at anytime during Liverpool v West Ham United, BGbet will refund all losing first goalscorer stakes on the match.¹

Championship and SPL football, throughout the weekend, Sky Sports & Setanta Sports

There is a full set of Championship football this weekend, including the Midlands derby where Wolves entertain Birmingham. These two local rivals sit first and second in the Championship respectively, and Birmingham will be looking to cut Wolve’s six point lead over them at Molineux this weekend. The two Welsh sides in the Championship meet on Sunday when rivals Cardiff travel to Swansea, with both in the hunt for a playoff place. Two other sides just outside of the playoff places meet on Saturday when Bristol City travel to Deepdale to meet Preston, while Monday night’s game sees Reading attempt to strengthen their playoff position against struggling Coventry. In the SPL Rangers meet Hearts as they look to close the 4 point gap to rivals Celtic when they meet third place Hearts on Saturday.

If Sam Vokes scores at anytime during Wolves v Birmingham, BGbet will refund all losing first goalscorer stakes on the match.¹

If Nacho Novo scores at anytime during Hearts v Rangers, BGbet will refund all losing first goalscorer stakes on the match.¹

If Jon Parkin scores at anytime during Preston v Bristol City, BGbet will refund all losing first goalscorer stakes on the match.¹

If Febian Brandy scores at anytime during Swansea v Cardiff, BGbet will refund all losing first goalscorer stakes on the match.¹

If Stephen Hunt scores at anytime during Reading v Coventry, BGbet will refund all losing first goalscorer bet stakes on the match.¹

Place a correct score bet on any of the above matches this week, and if it gets beat by an injury time goal BGbet will refund all losing correct score stakes on that match.¹

Destruction Derby

If any player gets sent off in the 2 derby matches on Sunday, Man. United v Man. City OR Chelsea v Arsenal, Pagebet will refund all 1st goalscorer and correct score bets on the match the red card occurs in.2

1st SCORER 2nd CHANCE

Applies to all Premier League matches this weekend

Place a First Goal scorer bet and if your player fails to score the first goal but scores at any other time in the match VCbet will refund your stake as a free bet on any future match.3

Can you beat Victor?

You receive a mythical £1 on each correct score you choose. If your prediction is correct your mythical £1 will be settled at the VC Bet price on that correct score.

Every one who Beats Victor’s total points score from the four matches wins a £5 free bet and if you are the tipster with the largest overall return you win a £500 free bet!

Victor’s selections are…

Aston Villa v Fulham: 3-1
Middlesbrough v Newcastle United: 2-2
Manchester City v Manchester United: 2-3
Chelsea v Arsenal: 2-1

Entry is free, simply register and open an account to take on Victor today!4

Weekend Horse Racing

This weekends racing takes us to Newbury where the Hennessy Gold Cup Chase at 2.40pm on Saturday is the headline race.

Denman romped home at 5/1 to take this race last year, and his winning trainer Paul Nicholls is back again with three runners this year. Big Buck’s looks to be Nicholl’s best chance at successive winners, as he is a 5/1 shot with Pagebet. Air Force One and Character Building are leading the chasing pack in the betting, at 6/1with Centrebet and 7/1 at BGbet respectively.

Paul Maloney won this race is 2006, and is looking for a repeat on High Chimes, a 16/1 chance with BGbet, while Tony McCoy saddles Albertas Run for Jonjo O’Neill, a 10/1 shot with Pagebet.

Jump for Joy

If your horse jumps the last fence in the lead and gets beaten Pagebet will refund your win only single on that horse.5

If your horse gets beat by a Short Head or Nose in the Hennesy Gold Cup Chase at 14.40pm at Newbury on Saturday, BGbet will refund your win stakes in the form of free bets.6

FIRST OR LAST FREE FALL …

Applies to the Hennessy Gold Cup, 2.40pm Saturday at Newbury

If your selection FALLS , VCbet will refund your losing stake as a free bet on Sunday’s racing!

Open an account with any of the following bookmakers and receive a free bet:

Pagebet £25 Free Bet
VC Bet £100 in Free Bets
Centrebet £20 Free Bet
BGbet £100 Free Bet