Best Bets for the Weekend
So we had it almost right - Jason Donovan and Harry Judd are there, and Harry is the huge favourite at 1/4 with most bookmakers - but they’re joined by Chelsee Healey, a girl we originally dismissed - and don’t lie, you all did - as a walking chav-boob. How wrong we were. She’s great and we’re really hoping she wins, especially as she’s 5/2 at the moment and has become hugely popular. This could be a weekend to lay the favourite…
Jason Donovan, however, can forget it. He’s far to earnest, far too… professional.
In the Premiership, Newcastle are a bizarrely short 8/13 to beat Swansea at home on Saturday. There must be something up there - I’d have had them at least 1/2 so if you’re accumulating, then this is a good pick to start with. Everton’s goal problems continue - and will do until they shake off Bill ‘I have no money’ Kenwright - so a draw at home to Norwich will actually be quite a good result for them. Sad, isn’t it, to think that a draw at home to Norwich may be considered a good result. It isn’t. But if you’re having a punt, 13/5 for the toffees to continue mis-firing is good money.
I’m intrigued by Tottenham vs Sunderland - it’s perhaps not a great one to bet on, with Spurs coming off the back of a European match and Sunderland on a high with the appointment of a manager who thinks tactics are something other than very small sweets that you get in newsagents. The also-rans in the Premiership should be very worried that Sunderland now have both the nous and the cash to compete for a European place.
Looking ahead to the King George XI on Boxing Day, Long Run is the deserved favourite at 6/4, but Captain Chris is the big mover in the market - going from 16/1 in to 7/1 with most bookmakers. One to watch, but it will be very hard, even for Kauto Star, to beat Long Run in the biggie.
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published: 15th December 2011 by Free Bet Bookmaker
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