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Premiership Betting Review – 22 January 2006

Chelsea, at enormous 1/5 chances on were the greatest coupon busters of the day after they could just deal with a 1-1 draw with London rivals Charlton Athletic. EidurGudjohnsen gave Chelseathe lead following 18 minutes yet new Charlton marking Marcus Bent fell off the seat to net an equalizer on 58 minutes.


Manchester United versus Liverpool was the most prominent match of the day. The bookies had bets on a draw and that outcome looked a 21/10 reality until Rio Ferdinand roared in a stoppage time header for a Reds triumph at chances of 13/10.


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Weapons store’s pitiable away structure proceeded with a 1-0 annihilation at Everton, their 6th misfortune out and about this term. The Gunners verged on breaking the stop just for 11/2 shots Everton to surge directly up the opposite end for James Beattie to score.


In the fight at the last, 11/10 Birmingham City pounded individual strugglers Portsmouth 5-0 at St. Andrews. Steve Bruce’s side are as yet three focuses off wellbeing, while Harry Redknapp faces an extreme undertaking to keep Portsmouth in the first class. They are currently 2/5 to go down.


Sunderland gave themselves a battling possibility of endurance with an engaging 1-0 win at the Hawthorns. The Black Cats are 13 focuses away from wellbeing, eight focuses behind second-from-base Portsmouth and are 80/1 pariahs to dodge assignment.


Wigan kept up their best six situation with a thin success at vacillating Middlesbrough. Wigan, at 5/2 hustled into the lead inside a moment and previous Blackburn midfielder David Thompson multiplied the preferred position with a goalscoring debut. Nonetheless, Boro leveled terms yet another debutante, Neil Mellor, struck an hour and a half victor for the Latics.


An objective from disrupted striker Jared Borgetti helped 5/4 Bolton to a 2-0 win over Manchester City, while improving Blackburn, valued up as 23/10 untouchables, dispensed more wretchedness onto Graeme Souness, with a 1-0 triumph over Newcastle.


Tottenham were another coupon buster after a dull goalless draw with battling Aston Villa. Martin Jol’s side were 8/11 beneficial things before kick-off.

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