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  1. #1
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    English Premier League - Round 5

    Round 5 of the English Premier League kicks off on Saturday night (AEST) when Blackburn host Arsenal. Both teams have had poor starts to the season, with Blackburn starting the worse of the two with only one point in four games. Two highlights of the round see Tottenham host Liverpool and Manchester United host Chelsea.

    Below are the latest odds (subject to change):


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    I'm going with a barrage of $2 bets this week. For the prem I've got:

    Man Utd v Chelsea
    - Over 2.5 goals @ 1.95
    - Man Utd h2h @ 1.80

    Wolves v QPR
    - QPR half ball @ 1.80 (they've made six new signings recently, including Shaun Wright-Phillips and Joey Barton)

    Sunderland v Stoke City
    - Stoke Ciy half ball @ 1.53

    Fulham v Man City
    - Man City h2h @ 1.57

    Tottenham v Liverpool
    - Draw @ 3.40

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    Man Utd v Chelsea should provide a lot of insight into where the two teams are this season. My tip is Man Utd to win 2-1.

    Your bets look good qtip.

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    Not had a lot of luck with soccer lately... might have to curve my bets a bit... not sure what I will do for this weekend yet........ no doubt I will try another Euro multi.. seemed to work first time round..

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    Arsenal
    Aston Villa
    Bolton
    3 legged H2H multi @ 7.00

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    QPR won away 3-0. And all it took were six new signings :-) I tip them to stay up this season with their new bolstered squad.

    I reckon Arsenal look set to miss out on European football next season unless they can get their confidence back and/or make some key signings in January.

 

 

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