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19th Mar 2011 - Football Betting

After a couple of weeks off enjoying the FA Cup and Champions League we're now back with this week's premier league predictions. The matches are; Tottenham v West Ham, Aston Villa v Wolves, Blackburn v Blackpool, Man Utd v Bolton and Stoke v Newcastle.

Free scoring Tottenham come up against recently free scoring West Ham in what could be a high scoring London derby that should be worth watching as well as betting on! We have gone for a bold 3-2 and also a 2-2 where we can hopefully take advantage of the long odds in what could prove to be one of the classics of the season...

Matches K.O. Expert FBT System Result Winnings
Tottenham v West Ham
12:45
3-2 @25-1
2-2 @16-1
0-0
-
Aston Villa v Wolves
15:00
2-0 @17-2
0-1 @16-1
0-1
£80.00
Blackburn v Blackpool
15:00
1-1 @7-1
0-2 @25-1
2-2
-
Man Utd v Bolton
15:00
0-1 @18-1
2-1 @15-2
1-0
-
Stoke v Newcastle
15:00
2-0 @9-1
2-2 @18-1
4-0
-

* All winnings are based on a standard £5 bet.

Winnings: £80.00

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Expert Winnings:

Our expert's winnings stands at:

£3,875.00

Our resident expert is an ex-footballer who's played and been involved in various levels of the English Football League System, along the way he had a heavy interest in betting and discovered many tips, secrets and ways to predict the results.. we're forever in awe of his talents!

FBT System Winnings:

Our current winnings stands at:

£3,582.50

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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