It’s been a while since we last put our money where our mouth is, so, with a fantastic weekend jam-packed full of football, let’s rectify that now.
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The Premier League fixture list is sprinkled with a large dose of six-pointers this Saturday, with second-bottom Wolves playing host to third-bottom Bolton. Both teams come into the matchÂ in a wretched run of form behind them, the Trotters having picked up a draw last weekend at Fulham to stop of dismal sequence of four consecutive losses while Wolves haven’t won in nine matches, including six losses in that period.
Moving on, Sunday sees Everton play host to high-flying Spurs with the Toffees having not won in the league at Goodison Park since September. Further, Spurs have a more than decent record at Everton in recent seasons, the Lillywhites having picked up three wins and two draws in their past five visits, and with the Scousers nursing a horrifically long injury list (Vaughan, Neville, Anichebe, Jagielka, Arteta, Rodwell and Osman) the omens look good for the Londoners that they can pick up some points this round of fixtures too.
Believing that both Bolton and Spurs will pick up points away from home this weekend, we are staking four Â£2 bets on Bolton winning (11/5) & Spurs winning (6/4), Bolton winning (11/5) & Spurs drawing (23/10), Bolton drawing (11/5) & Spurs winning (6/4) and lastly Bolton drawing (11/5) & Spurs drawing (23/10). Should any of these combinations prove true, at worst we will collect a Â£16 return while at best we will collect a Â£21.12 return.
Staying in England, three home bankers look on the cards in matches in the Championship and League One. On a run of five straight wins, table-toppers Newcastle welcome Watford to St. James’ Park this weekend, with the Hornets having struggling away from Vicarage Road in their previous few matches in which they were hammered 5-nil by the Baggies and 3-nil by the Eagles.
Dropping into League One, Leeds are running away with the league having recorded seven wins and a draw in the last eight games, and this weekend they welcome Huddersfield (six defeats in the previous eight away games) to Elland Road. Second-place Charlton are also threatening to breakaway from the chasing pack having strung three wins and a draw in their last four games, and they host middle-of-the-road Southend (five straight away defeats) at the Valley on Saturday.
Lastly, Sunday night in Rome sees the mouthwatering derby between Roma and Lazio at the Stadio Olimpico. Claudio Ranieri’s Roma appear to have turned a corner in recent weeks having come from behind to beat Atalanta in their last Serie A outing while they progressed to the last 32 of the Europa League following the 2-1 victory over Basel. Further, talisman Francesco Totti has been in sparkling form of late grabbing four goals in three matches while Mirko Vucinic has also been in the goals with three in his last four outings.
The complete opposite is true for Lazio who have a winless run that stretches to a massive 12 games. To add further insult to injury Davide Ballardiniâ€™s side were knocked out of Europe this week at Salzburg despite having fielded a full-strength side.