The Barclay’s Premier league action continues Saturday with seven interesting matches that we’ll preview here. All betting odds are taken from Bodog.
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After a week off while players were away with their respective national teams, the English Premier League gets back under way with a 3-day schedule of games. We’ll preview all the matches and give out our free picks for each. All odds shown are taken from Bodog.
Week 7 of the Premiership concludes on Sunday with three games scheduled, including one of the biggest match-ups of the early season. We’ll preview each match and give out our free picks for each. All English Premier League odds shown are taken from Bodog.
After some surprising results on Saturday, the English Premier League concludes its sixth week of games with three games on Sunday. We’ll review each match and give out our free picks for each one. All of the odds shown are taken from Bodog.
Week 5 of the English Premier League season kicks off with seven games on Saturday. We will preview each match up and give out the best picks for free on each game along with the EPL betting odds for week 5.
After a two-week break, the Premiership gets going again this weekend with a full 3-day schedule. The weekend’s games begin Saturday with eight matches. We’ll preview the matches and give out the best picks for each one.
Manchester United hosts Newcastle United on Monday as both teams kick off their 2010-2011 campaigns. Kick off is at 3:00 PM EST at Old Trafford. After finishing second to Chelsea by only one point last season, the Red Devils are once again a favorite for the championship. Wayne Rooney will be looking to build off of the best season of his career, and the Newcastle defense does not have enough to prevent Rooney from picking up where he left off at the end of last season. Along with returning most of the first team from 2009-2010, Manchester will also depend on several strong off-season acquisitions. In addition to the already established offense, the addition of young players like Mexican striker Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez will improve what was already one of the most devastating attacks in the Premiership.