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Make money with a bet on Man Utd’s game against Wolves

“Bloody hell, I love you.”

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The Christmas spending is still making The Spoiler’s wallet feel lighter than it really should after a month of doing nothing at all. It’s the same for you, no?

So why not make things better by risking your rent money on his Saturday’s televised game between Man Utd and Wolves?

Here’s what our friends at Ladbrokes have to say about it…

Manchester United’s quest for a 19th league title shows no sign of slowing down and Wolves should be their next victims this Saturday.

United were impressive in their 3-1 mid-week win over Aston Villa and, even more ominously for their rivals, Wayne Rooney seems to have found his form in front of goal.

Sir Alex Ferguson’s side are quite rightly massive favourites in the Premier League betting at 2/5 to win at Molineux, but things could be tighter than first suspected.

In the Premier League era, these sides have faced each other eight times and only twice has more than one goal separated them after 90 minutes. However, with Nemanja Vidic in such brilliant form this season, it’s hard to see Wolves breaking United down, so backing a win to nil for the league leaders at 6/5 could be well worth a bet.

United’s away record is solid if unspectacular with nine of their last 16 away games ending in a draw. If you fancy Wolves to add to United’s draws, another one can be backed 7/2.

And if you take advantage of a free £25 bet with Ladbrokes, you could stand to win £88 if the result comes in.

However, Wolves have won just one of their last 12 games against United – a 1-0 win at Molineux in 2004 – and you have to go back to 1980 to find the previous time Wolves came away victorious.

The safe bet is certainly backing United, but things can be made more interesting by putting some cash on United to come away as 2-0 winners at 6/1.

Wigan have won just two of their last 11 games against Blackburn, they welcome Rovers to the DW Stadium on Saturday, having not won in six Premier League games.


5 responses so far
  • Linda // February 4, 2011 at 4:04 pm

    Thanks for the gratuitous shot of man on man affection and joy. I realise you were just trying to evoke the ecstasy of money but still… always appreciated.

  • internet pundit // February 4, 2011 at 4:56 pm

    are you sponsored by betting companies or something

    you post an awful lot of betting links

  • Richard Anderson // February 4, 2011 at 5:44 pm

    Yea… about that…

    Things have been rather stretched at Spoiler HQ this week and we’ve had to rely on the kindness of others to keep us on life support.

    Things will be back to normal on Monday.

    Enjoy your weekend…

  • johhny boy // February 5, 2011 at 9:04 pm

    yea good call on that one. this site has turned into shit. no good articles and advertising for betting sites.

  • Como Perder Kilos // February 8, 2011 at 4:14 am

    Totally agree with johny boy

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