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  • Previously one horsed EPL took an unexpected turn last weekend when previously unbeaten Chelsea lost in Newcastle. It was a surprising result but not as surprising after hearing that a Mourinho led Chelsea had never won at Newcastle. Maybe it is the cold weather as their record in the north east this year is 2 games – 1 draw.
  • Making the title race is Manchester City who have now taken over the best unbeaten streak in the EPL, and who have appeared to turn the corner since their Bayern Champions League win. They’ll have to do it without Aguero, but with the amount of money they have spent on their squad one of the multi million dollar strikers should be able to fill the void against the team with the longest run without a win – Leicester.
  • Man Utd are looking to reduce the Champions League places to one with a run of 5 wins. Albeit against weaker teams, which should continue against a Liverpool side that look no better than most of Man Utd’s recent opponents. With another barrel full of cash to be spent by Van Gaal in the next few windows, it looks likely like money will talk for third spot.
  • Much closer is the Championship whose Top 4 is within a win of each other and just as close further down. 1st plays 4th this weekend and either team could be top depending on results.
  • League One and Two return this weekend after an FA Cup interruption. Teams will be looking to continue or turn around their FA Cup form, and try not to get distracted by their potential third round games. Wimbledon will be the most distracted after drawing Liverpool at home.

List a few quick points of interest or amusing news.


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– EPL – Manchester United v Liverpool
– EPL – WBA v Aston Villa
– CHAMP – Middlesboro v Derby
– CHAMP – Brentford v Blackburn
– L1 – Presston v Milton Keynes
– L2 – Wycombe v Southend

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Championship Fixtures

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L1 Fixtures

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L2 Fixtures

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So it’s all come to this, our best selections and tips for you to turn into many dollar, pound, euro or rupee. Please accept our best bets.

[table caption=”EPL MULTI – $1 pays $65″ width=”300″ colwidth=”150|150″ colalign=”left|left”]
Bet, Game
CHELSEA to win,v Hull
MAN UTD to win,v Liverpool
CRYSTAL PALACE to win,v Stoke
MAN CITY to win,v Leicester
DRAW,WBA v Aston Villa
WEST HAM to win,v Sunderland

[table caption=”CHAMPIONSHIP MULTI – $1 pays $148″ width=”300″ colwidth=”150|150″ colalign=”left|left”]
Bet, Game
NOTTS FOREST to win,v Rotherham
IPSWICH to win,v Bolton
BLACKBURN to win,v Brentford
WATFORD to win,v Wigan
DRAW,Sheff Wed v Wolves


[table caption=”L1 MULTI – $1 pays $14″ width=”300″ colwidth=”150|150″ colalign=”left|left”]
Bet, Game
BRISTOL CITY to win,v Crawley
PORT VALE to win,v Coventry
SHEFFIELD UTD to win,v Fleetwood
OLDHAM to win,v Yeovil


[table caption=”L2 MULTI – $1 pays $81″ width=”300″ colwidth=”150|150″ colalign=”left|left”]
Bet, Game
EXETER to win,v Carlisle
PORTSMOUTH to win,v Accrington
DRAW,York v Wimbledon
NEWPORT to win,v Stevenage
LUTON to win,v Morecambe
BURTON to win,v Hartlepool


FOOTBALL - MORE STATSSo you want more? Well we shall reward your perseverance thus far and dazzle you with some more important stats that matter. Or don’t. Whatever.


[table caption=”EPL Form,” width=”300″ colwidth=”125|125|50″ colalign=”left|left|center”]


Unbeaten,Man City,6

Wins,Man Utd ,5

Without Win,Leicester,10


Most Draws,Sunderland,9 (15)

Best Home Record,Chelsea,21pts (7)

Worst Home Record,WBA,6pts (8)

Best Away Record,Man City,17pts (8)

Worst Away Record,QPR,0pts (7)

Most Goals Scored last 6,Man City,13

Least Goals Scored last 6,Hull/WBA,2

Most Goals Conceded Last 6,Leicester,11

Least Goals Conceded Last 6,Newcastle,3




[table caption=”Championship Form,” width=”300″ colwidth=”125|125|50″ colalign=”left|left|center”]



Wins,Ipswich/Shef Wed,2

Without Win,Rotherham,8


Most Draws,Charlton,11 (20)

Best Home Record,Ipswich,23pts (10)

Worst Home Record,Blackpool,8pts (10)

Best Away Record,Middlesboro,20pts (10)

Worst Away Record,Blackpool,4pts (10)

Most Goals Scored last 6,Brentford,15

Least Goals Scored last 6,Rotherham,1

Most Goals Conceded Last 6,Wolves,16

Least Goals Conceded Last 6,Middlesbrough/Birm City,3




[table caption=”League 1 Form,” width=”300″ colwidth=”125|125|50″ colalign=”left|left|center”]


Unbeaten,Milton Keynes,9


Without Win,Peterborough,6


Most Draws,Oldham,9 (19)

Best Home Record,Milton Keynes,23pts (10)

Worst Home Record,Leyton Orient,6pts (9)

Best Away Record,Bristol City,19pts (10)

Worst Away Record,Gillingham,3pts (9)

Most Goals Scored last 6,MK Dons,12

Least Goals Scored last 6,Yeovil,2

Most Goals Conceded Last 6,Leyton Orient,14

Least Goals Conceded Last 6,Walsall ,2



[table caption=”League 2 Form,” width=”300″ colwidth=”125|125|50″ colalign=”left|left|center”]




Without Win,Hartlepool,7


Most Draws,York,9 (19)

Best Home Record,Shrewsbury,28pts (10)

Worst Home Record,Hartlepool,6pts (10)

Best Away Record,Wycombe,23pts (10)

Worst Away Record,Carlisle,4pts (9)

Most Goals Scored last 6,Shrewsbury,14

Least Goals Scored last 6,Mansfield,3

Most Goals Conceded Last 6,Cheltenham/Carlisle,15

Least Goals Conceded Last 6,Plymouth/Luton,3




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Born and raised on the banks of Yebri Creek, Theydon Bois has always been obsessed by sport. A stellar career of Underage B sides, RSL Social Golf, C Grade Warehouse and D Grade Indoor Cricket didn’t showcase much talent, but provided a window into the love for any game, any time. Theydon follows as much as he can and will provide opinion, ideas, and best tips and bets for most sports*. A particular interest in English Football sees Theydon Bois up every Saturday night until 2am with two laptops, smartphones, IPad and a radio feed of Soccer Saturday. A lifelong fan of underperforming, mediocre, disappointing teams will not sway his enthusiasm for sport. *Rugby Union not included.