We’re upping the stakes in the Charity Bet Tipster competition this week; it’s time to get serious…
There was no change in the table last week as all five of our tipsters picked out losing bets. Things could, however, start to change rather quickly in the coming weeks as we’ve decided to up the stakes from £5 per bet to £10 per bet, from here on in. Andy’s position at the top just became increasingly precarious.
1.Andy Brassell – £62.25
2.Iain Macintosh – £38.50
3.IBWM – £35.00
4.Jonathan Wilson – £17.25
5.Ben Lyttleton – £17.25
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BL – Wigan to beat Swansea @ 7/5
This is the start of three winnable games for Wigan (Norwich and WBA next) before a scary run of Liverpool, Stoke, Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal. Coach Roberto Martinez, up against his former side, needs points, and fast. The Swans are in a slump, with only one win in their last six, and are particularly rubbish away from home.
IBWM – Liverpool v Arsenal – Over 2.5 goals @ 4/5
An ENORMOUS shot of happy in the arm for Arsene Wenger against Spurs and that HAS to be the catalyst for an outbreak of sunshine drenched, jelly and ice cream fun football, right?…..right.
In the other red corner are a Liverpool complete with freshly bagged silverware that must be swaggering into training with the elan of a footballing Gene Kelly in a world where someone has left the sprinklers on.
So we have some sort of upbeat impasse going on here, and there just HAS to be goals in this one, there just has to be. The fluttering eyelashes of 4/5 for more than 2.5 goals in the game at Anfield have captivated this pilgrim…..so come on chaps, do your stuff….
JW – Newcastle to beat Sunderland @ 11/10
Last week’s defeat at West Brom suggested Sunderland’s O’Neill-inspired bubble has burst – or at least that attention is now focused on the FA Cup, while Newcastle’s home form remains excellent. And yes, this is an emotional hedge.
IM – Blackburn to beat Aston Villa @ 7/5
Aston Villa are in all sorts of bother at the moment and I think they’re ripe for a beat-down when they travel to Ewood Park. Blackburn have got goals in them, as QPR found out to their cost, and their opponents have not. Darren Bent’s injury has been a terrible blow to Alex McLeish, a man already struggling to keep any of the fans onside. Throw some serious financial issues into the mix and you’ve got an easily dispirited squad. Home win.
AB – West Brom to beat Chelsea @ 31/10
The problem with bigger stakes is they just make you greedy for bigger wins…..so I’ll take West Brom to take advantage of Chelsea’s still-suspect defence after their impressive win over Sunderland last week.