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Not sure what to do with your money? Let Andy Gray advise…

“Who let Ruddock in here?”

Andy Gray

Should you be one of the sorry many who threw the kitchen sink at the World Cup bid, now might be the time to start that winning streak that has been evading you for so long.

Word has it that Andy Gray has been on fine Mystic Meg form recently. Here’s some of his weekend clairvoyance from our homeboys at Betfair Football:

Arsenal v Fulham
Arsenal have faltered occasionally this season but I can’t see it happening here.
Recommended Bets: Back Arsenal at 1.31; 2-0 at 7.4

Birmingham v Tottenham
A tough one for Spurs, but they have really kicked on in recent games and can keep the run going.
Recommended Bets: Back Tottenham at 2.2; 1-2 at 10.0

Blackburn v Wolves
Last weekend’s win was massive for Wolves but I expect Blackburn to get back on track.
Recommended Bets: Back Blackburn at 1.8; 2-0 at 11.0

Chelsea v Everton
This is not the fixture Everton would have picked to follow a dispiriting home defeat.
Recommended Bets: Back Chelsea at 1.39; 2-1 at 10.0

Manchester City v Bolton
Manchester City are hard to get right now but I think this should be fairly straightforward for Roberto Mancini’s men.
Recommended Bets: Back Manchester City at 1.58; 2-0 at 8.0

Wigan v Stoke
Wigan continue to struggle but Stoke aren’t in particularly great form themselves.
Recommended Bets: Back the draw at 3.35; 2-2 at 20.0

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