Premiership Betting Review – 26 February 2006

By | August 30, 2020

Manchester United are the 2005/06 Carling Cup champs following a 4-0 destruction of Wigan Athletic at the Millennium Stadium. Joined together, as short as 8/13 on the day, started to lead the pack following 32 minutes through Wayne Rooney yet it was a three objectives quickly salvo in the second a large portion of that crushed pariahs Wigan. Louis Saha gotรีวิวรองเท้ากีฬา following 54 minutes, Cristiano Ronaldo on 58 and Roney again on the hour to win the Cup in determined design.

With United not playing in the Premiership this end of the week, Chelsea expanded their lead at the top to 15 focuses with a normal triumph over Portsmouth. The Blues were overpowering top picks at 1/6 and didn’t baffle short-chances benefactors with second half objectives from Frank Lampard and Arjen Robben to dominate the game 2-0.

Liverpool drew level on focuses with Manchester United yet stay third after a 1-0 win against Manchester City on Sunday. Harry Kewell’s objective five minutes before the break was sufficient to make sure about each of the three focuses for the 8/15 Reds.

Armory’s desperate away structure in the Premiership proceeded as they lost 1-0 at Blackburn Rovers. The 5/4 Gunners will have pulled in a great deal of punting interest, in any case, it was 21/10 Rovers that took the focuses after Morten Gamst Pedersen’s definitive objective. The outcome saw Blackburn jump Arsenal into fifth spot while sentencing them to their eighth away thrashing of the period.

Birmingham City are inside contacting separation of security after a fundamental success against Sunderland. Despite the fact that preceding the match the Blues had dominated only three matches all season at St. Andrews, bounty will have blasted through the 7/10 chances and Emile Heskey headed in the victor following 39 minutes.

In another crunch transfer fight, Middlesbrough edged themselves closer to wellbeing yet heaped on more weight on West Bromwich Albion in the wake of winning 2-0 at the Hawthorns. Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink’s objectives on 17 and 44 was sufficient to seal triumph at delicious 9/5 chances.

Guardian director Glenn Roeder made it three successes in four counterparts for 11/10 Newcastle with a 2-0 triumph against Everton. Two objectives from Nolberto Solano following 64 and 76 minutes saw Everton lose their first match since December 28.