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Brett’s Bets Of The Week

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Brett’s Bets Of The Week

Hello there, I am back after a week hiatus. Anyone miss me and my certified betting stinkers? Thought not! I’ve only just been paid and I didn’t want to put my mouth where my money wasn’t last week. So I bided my time and bets for this week.

The EPL is heating up, with some of the teams having the cold water poured directly over their title ambitions. Such a topsy-turvy season, not even the bookies can call it. This, my gambling friends is something we should take full advantage of.

 

Tottenham – Arsenal

With both teams recently losing, this game has now turned into a must win for both. The losers can kiss goodbye to their title hopes, with that particular kiss of death likely to be from your most hated rivals; this game more than motivates itself.

Kane:Ozil

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It’s the overachievers versus the underachievers. The positive neutralised by the negative. If you can’t beat them, draw them!

Draw – 5/2 (Bet Victor)

 

Man City – Aston Villa

It looked like Man City surrendered their last game, while Aston Villa have looked like they have surrendered their season!

city:villa

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If Man City can get off on the right foot, albeit it a slightly tired one at that and score a first half goal, I can see them taking the spoils and then some in this one.

Man City to be winning at half & full time – 888 sport – 14/19

 

Watford – Leicester

The two most impressive teams this season. Both have exceeded all expectations thus far, including their own. No matter what happens between now and the rest of the season it has been an unqualified success. With the beaming smiles on the fans faces enough to power the stadia for a year.

Leicester City

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There will be no parking the bus at this game and I think both sides will go for it. Match winners all over the pitch will guarantee a few goals in this one. Leicester’s hot streak had been predicted to fail ever since it began.

You can begin by believing me that they will win this one.

Leicester to win – 13/8 – William Hill

 

Everton – West Ham (BET OF THE WEEK)

Slaven Bilic has been brilliant and his band of merry men have now won three games on the spin.

Bilic Payet

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If you were shocked that they beat Spurs then you’ll be even more shocked to learn they are more than 4/1 to do the same to Everton. The same Everton that are light in attack and leaky at the back.

Hammered by the hammers, you betcha.

West Ham to win – 21/5 – Bet Victor

 

*Odds correct at time of going to press. Please gamble responsibly.

 

When it stops being fun, stop!

 

 


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Brett is a young, quirky writer and perennial traveller with a decade of experience in the fitness and health industry and half a decade in the writing community. Born, bred and fed in Wales, United Kingdom: Currently exploring the world one party culture at a time!

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