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9th Mar 2013 - Betting Tips

On an FA Cup wekeend, as it hots up and comes closer to the big Wembley outings, we focus as usually on the more predictable Premiership matches for this weekend. Our betting tips are spread over Saturday and Sunday and are on the following matches - Norwich v Southampton, QPR v Sunderland, Reading v Aston Villa, West Brom v Swansea and Newcastle v Stoke.

This weekend could be a crucial week in the relegation battle and could enable one or two teams to kick on and start a run of games to help them to safety - plenty of pressure and tension can be expected!

Matches K.O. Expert FBT System Result Winnings
Norwich v Southampton
15:00
0-0 @11-1
0-2 @12-1
0-0
£55.00
QPR v Sunderland
15:00
2-1 @9-1
3-1 @16-1
3-1
£80.00
Reading v Aston Villa
15:00
2-0 @11-1
0-1 @9-1
1-2
-
West Brom v Swansea
15:00
2-0 @12-1
0-2 @12-1
2-1
-
Newcastle v Stoke
15:00
0-0 @10-1
3-1 @16-1
2-1
-

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

Winnings: £135.00

The Best Bookmakers:

Bookie Rating
Sky Bet
Betfair
Paddy Power
William Hill

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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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