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Tomorrow I'm having a double :

Liverpool to beat Bolton 4/5, 1.80
Newcastle to beat Aston Villa 8/11, 1.72
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the geordies are nailed on - not sure about liverpool
 
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Newcastle United - Aston Villa 1 @1.70
Arsenal London FC - Norwich City 1 @1.20
Manchester United - Blackburn Rovers 1 @.25


I will select my picks from these matches.
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the geordies are nailed on - not sure about liverpool
Liverpool have gotta go for the win if they want 4th spot. I thought you're a Liverpool fan, where's the loyalty
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Liverpool have gotta go for the win if they want 4th spot. I thought you're a Liverpool fan, where's the loyalty
loyalty is one thing, parting with hard earned is using my head is another
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loyalty is one thing, parting with hard earned is using my head is another
They'll win mate, no worries. I'm also debating whether to back Spurs to win at Birmingham, I'm going to it
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Tomorrow I'm having a double :

Liverpool to beat Bolton 4/5, 1.80
Newcastle to beat Aston Villa 8/11, 1.72
I was thinking the exact same thing. Liverpool must win to keep 4th place in sight, plus their home record isn't too bad. Newcastle have played pretty well recently and I'm confident they will win today.

I'm also playing a Man Utd-Arsenal-Celtic trebble, no big odds but all three should win comfortably.

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I was thinking the exact same thing. Liverpool must win to keep 4th place in sight, plus their home record isn't too bad. Newcastle have played pretty well recently and I'm confident they will win today.

I'm also playing a Man Utd-Arsenal-Celtic trebble, no big odds but all three should win comfortably.


I refuse to back Arsenal being a Spurs fan, but those 3 should win yeah. I don't usually like backing more than 2 teams though, 1 always seems to end up a draw

Off to Birmingham today to cheer on the lads, come on you spurs!!
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This isn't an EPL game, actually a conference game but I like barnet to wrap up the title and get promotion today against struggling Northwich - pays $1.80
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did anyone see the bowyer and dyer punch up? pretty close to the most disgraceful thing i have seen in football
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did anyone see the bowyer and dyer punch up? pretty close to the most disgraceful thing i have seen in football
I saw it. Idiots...
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if anyone is interested in seeing the two clowns go at it here is the link

http://hem.bredband.net/jenslindmark/bowyer_vs_dyer.mpg
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did anyone see the bowyer and dyer punch up? pretty close to the most disgraceful thing i have seen in football
I thought it was hilarious. The most disgraceful thing I have seen in football is Alex Ferguson.

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adeegee - didn't know u were a fellow spurs fan
i don't allow myself to back em - always ends in tears..but i still back em anyway
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