Bet’s be ‘avin you: Football Betting Tips for 4-5 December

Posted by - December 3, 2010 - Betting, Predictions, Premier League

soccer bet’s get the party started

I have never liked Aaron Lennon. To be honest, up until now it was mainly due to the disgusting lines he puts in his eyebrows, but last Sunday’s last minute goal cost me 65 quid. Dick.

Moving onto this week, and it’s a potentially sparse offering in England given the snow. Sort of like your Nan coming round at Christmas, it’s nice to have it for about two hours, but after that it just drags and you want it all to go away.

This weekend’s treble bet has bases in England and Spain, and includes an Asian Handicap win for Barcelona. I haven’t seen such underperformance from rich stars since I watched the Paris Hilton sex tape, but Real were tripe. All mouth and no end product (and that applies for both). Sunderland haven’t lost at home, Barca haven’t lost away, and City’s only home defeat was the mindf*ck against Arsenal.
£10 on Sunderland and Man City to win and Barcelona to win by more than one goal gets you £52

Back to the anytime scorers this week. Marouane ‘Chamakh ma bitch up’ has scored in ten games for Arsenal this season, so picking him up around evens is good value. In addition, Lio Messi becomes the standard bet of the weekend at the moment, scoring more than Callum Best in a dumb blonde slag night at Echoes in Chelmsford.
£10 on Chamakh and Messi to score anytime gets you £29

Finally, given the fact that this weekend will be mainly sponsored by getting the missus time out of the way on Friday, before meeting my old friends Morgan Spice and Sailor Jerrys, would be rude not to chuck a little bit of well-earned moolah on the TV games, so I’ve gone for a little fiver party.
£5 on Steve Morrison first goalscorer in Millwall v Scunthorpe gets you £28
£5 on Darren Bent first goalscorer gets you £28
£5 on Lucas Barrios first goalscorer in Nurenburg v Dortmund gets you £23

  • Daniel Storey

    Neil where are you? It’s profit week again! £22 up this time

  • neil

    Daniel, I believe in Karma, and thus it is no surprise that your wins have come on weeks that you haven’t done your Mark Lawrenson comedy column! Spend it wisely!