Review by Oggs.com
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Newcastle United vs Everton
Wise women often say that it is a good idea to be nice to everyone on the way up, as you never know where you’ll meet them again on the way down. Rafa Benitez famously got old Sam Allardyce’s gander up many years ago, by dismissively making a ‘game over’ gesture, following a goal that his Liverpool scored against Big Sam’s Blackburn (a goal that subsequently did not prove to have ended the game…Liverpool scored two more in a 4-0 drubbing.) Yet having thereafter bossed giants such as Inter, Real and Chelsea, Rafa is currently gaffer-slumming it at the Toon, who we fancy to get done by Allardyce’s Everton on Wednesday night (and won’t the big man just love it). The black n’ white army are in freefall, with Rafa seemingly trying to force Mike Ashley to sell a relegation-threatened, rather than hang on to a stable Premier League club for a better price, whilst the Toffees will be massively boosted by their ill-deserved point at Anfield. Ladbrokes will give you 11/2 on both sides to score and Everton to win, and that is our bet of the week.
Swansea City vs Manchester City
A win here and surely Pep will have answered all questions about the proverbial December night in the cold at Stoke City. And following on from the impressive win at Old Trafford, it will mean all bases covered by the middle of his second season. And not a Messi in sight. Fraud indeed. Yet another 2-1 is a generous 8/1 with our good friends at Ladbrokes.
Liverpool vs West Bromwich Albion
Early results show West Brom’s players aren’t really having Pards thus far, whilst Liverpool have pretty much responded to every home draw so far this season, by absolutely walloping someone in the next match. Beware Baggies. Boing, Boing and indeed Boing. 3-0 Liverpool is 6/1 with the magic sign.
West Ham United vs Arsenal
Too cold for the Gunners. Back 2-1 Hammers with Ladbrokes at 14/1.
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