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26th Feb 2011 - Best Odds

Back to the Premiership this week after last week's disappointing tips on the unpredictable FA Cup games. This weeks weekly betting tips include the following matches; Aston Villa v Blackburn, Everton v Sunderland, Newcastle v Bolton, Wigan v Man Utd and Wolves v Blackpool.

Manchester United can stretch their lead at the top of the table to 4 points today with a victory at Wigan and we fancy an easy win for them against a struggling Wigan.

Everton should still be on a high after the win over Chelsea in the FA Cup and defensively they are looking much stronger we think they'll keep a clean sheet at Goodison this week and get a good victory over Sunderland.

Matches K.O. Expert FBT System Result Winnings
Aston Villa v Blackburn
0-1 @12-1
0-0 @12-1
Everton v Sunderland
1-0 @11-2
2-0 @7-1
Newcastle v Bolton
0-2 @18-1
0-0 @9-1
Wigan v Man Utd
2-2 @22-1
0-2 @13-2
Wolves v Blackpool
1-1 @7-1
1-2 @14-1

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Our Football Betting Tips system is based on the predictions from a selection of knowledgeable gamblers and using a collection of averages combined with a formula that we've spent years perfecting to come to a result it thinks to be the most likely outcome. It's not overly complex but remarkably consistent!


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