Walker’s Word – Premier League Betting Preview 8/9 April 2006

By | August 30, 2020

Derbies held in the north and the midlands will end all square and Manchester United could make a stride nearer to tearing the Premiership title out of Jose Mourinho’s oily gloves. Yet, more critically, this could be the end of the week Sunderland succeed at the Stadium of Light to at last give their masochistic season ticket holders something to cheer about composes David Walker.

Saturday 8 April 2006 

Tottenham Hotspur versus Manchester City 

Tottenham are sticking 7monto fourth spot right now yet could confront an assault of nerves against Manchester City in this noon offering. White Hart Lane has commonly been an upbeat chasing ground for the Citizens with them winning once and acquiring an attract twice their last four gatherings. Spikes won this apparatus last season 2-1 yet an impasse could be in the contribution this time around.

Walker’s Word: Get on the draw at 13/5. 

Charlton Athletic versus Everton 

The Addick are in strong home structure at present and the last time they endured rout at the Valley was on Boxing Day to Newcastle United. Everton, then again, have not win away from home since beating Portsmouth 1-0 on 14 January.

Walker’s Word: A slim home success at 13/10. 

Portsmouth versus Blackburn Rovers 

Portsmouth have an incredible possibility of Premiership endurance this season. Not exclusively are they on a run of three straight successes, they likewise have more home games left to play than their assignment rivals. Sadly, this won’t be one that Harry Redknapp’s side will profit by. Blackburn Rovers have won three of their last four visits to Fratton Park in both the Premiership and drew the other. The house side’s ongoing run has seen Rovers cost increment which makes it even more alluring.

Walker’s Word: Blackburn Rovers at 7/4. 

Sunderland versus Fulham

It’s been a long old season for Sunderland and after the manner in which they raged the Championship last term not even the most cynical supporter could have foreseen such a helpless season. After 12 home annihilations and a closefisted nine objectives to cheer, this could be the week Sunderland do the unthinkable and win at the Stadium of Light. The players demonstrated gigantic heart in procuring a 2-2 draw at Everton a weekend ago and who else to go one preferable against over Fulham, a side nearly as awful out and about as Sunderland are by and large? Chris Coleman’s group have not won away all prepare and have lost 13 of the 17 matches out and about. The Black Cats won’t improve opportunity this season – and look at those chances!

Walker’s Word: Finally, a home success at 12/5.