Premier League Betting Tips for Saturday 5th April 2014
Another week of footy has us gasping for more Barclay’s Premier League action. Sure, there aren’t any standout fixtures this week, but no weekend of football is boring. Let us break down the games which might be worth your interest for your betting acca.
So the early kick off is Man City vs Southampton which so happens to be the match we would put some of our cash onto. Sure, City are at home at the Etihad Stadium, but Southampton are sure proving themselves to be a hard team to beat, with all of their Englishmen proving their worth to Roy Hodgson!
Paddy Power have Both Teams to Score at 4/6 and a halftime result to Southampton at 6/1! We sure would edge our best bet on these two markets for this game. Overall, yes Manchester City should win, but will it be a walkover? We think not.
Next up with Paddy Power, we would say to go for their Money-Back Special on the Newcastle vs Manchester United game. Newcastle are still without Alan Pardew as he serves the last few games of his ban after his hilarious headbutt against Meyler in the Hull City match. Their team is weak, going to end bottom-to-mid table in the Barclays Premier League and their players look like they are happy to leave it at that.
Our advice for this game would not to go for who is going to win – we think it could go either way depending on how each team sets themselves up and if David Moyes knows what he is doing for a change. Instead, why not punt on the first goalscorer? Paddy Power have a cool special offer, where if your player scores the second or third goal of a match, you get your bet back. So think of it as a safety net if your player doesn’t happen to get the first goal but gets one later in the match (Paddy Power are cool like that).
Wayne Rooney to score first is 4/1, meaning if you were to take up our great £30 Matched Bet with the Irish bookmaker, you could net a cool £120 (the rounds are on you)! Don’t forget, on this match there is also the special offer of a safety net if he scores the second or third goal. Rooney has been in form of late, so this is a bet not to be missed!
So thats our selection for this week. If you have any better bets, let us know in the comments. Have a browse on which other Premier League games are on during the first weekend of April below and be sure to check out the best Sports offers for the best bet for you.