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29th Oct 2011 - Latest Bets

This week sees a big London clash at Stamford Bridge where Chelsea host Arsenal in one of the biggest matches of the season. Chelsea will be smarting after the 9 man struggles against QPR where despite having 2 fewer players they actually looked as dangerous as QPR and very nearly snatched a draw.

Wolves face Manchester City for the second time this week and will be hoping for an easier ride than the last outing, a game which they took the lead but got well and truly pegged back by the non stop City goal train powering on! We expect more of the same today with 3-0 looking a very likely final score.

Matches K.O. Expert FBT System Result Winnings
Chelsea v Arsenal
2-1 @15-2
0-2 @28-1
Man City v Wolves
3-0 @13-2
2-0 @6-1
Norwich v Blackburn
0-2 @18-1
1-1 @11-2
Sunderland v Aston Villa
0-2 @16-1
2-1 @8-1
Swansea v Bolton
0-0 @10-1
0-2 @16-1

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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!

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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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