Premiership Betting Review – 8 May 2006
Manchester United affirmed a second-set completion and programmed passage into next season’s Champions League with a devastating 4-0 triumph over Charlton. Louis Saha broke then halt following 19 minutes and Cristiano Ronaldo multiplied the lead four minutes after the fact. Jason Euell scored an own objective 10 minutes before the split before Kieron Richardson wrapped up a simple evening for the 1/5 Reds on 58.
Liverpool finished their season in third with a ninth progressive group succeed at Fratton Park. Robbie Fowler opened the scoring for the Reds following 52 minutes and Peter Crocuh included a second 84. Ognjen Koroman pulled an objective back for Portsmouth a moment later however substitute Djibril Cisse made sure about a 4/6 triumph a moment before the end. Visit :- แทงบอลUFA
Arms stockpile saw off Wigan 4-2 in the last actually coordinate at Highbury to pip Tottenham Hotspur into fourth spot. Robert Pires gave the 3/10 Gunners the lead following eight minutes yet Paul Scharner leveled for Wigan two minutes after the fact. David Thompson put the Latics in front on 33 however a cap stunt for Thierry Henry after 35, 56 and a punishment following 76 minutes solidified Arsenal’s cooperation in Europe’s chief rivalry next season paying little heed to how they jump on in the last against Barcelona.
Tottenham Hotspur’s match at West Ham was covered in contention after 10 Spurs players became sick with food contamination before kick-off. Carl Fletcher gave the Hammers the lead following 10 minutes however Jermaine Defoe leveled on 35. Yossi Benayoun guaranteed misery for Spurs with a 7/2 victor 10 minutes before the last whistle.
Newcastle booked their place in the Intertoto Cup to Bolton’s detriment with a 1-0 triumph over Premiership champions Chelsea, guaranteeing a seventh set completion. Titus Bramble scored the unequivocal objective following 73 minutes for the 2/1 Magpies.
Bolton dealt with the success they expected to give them a possibility of completing seventh as they beat consigned Birmingham City 1-0. Ricardo Vaz Te scored the victor following 65 minutes for the 8/13 Trotters.
Everton neglected to break into the best 10 as they were held to a 2-2 draw by consigned West Bromwich Albion. Zoltan Gera following 14 minutes and Williams Martinez twom minutes after the break put the Baggies solidly in charge. Everton hit back through adolescent Victor Anichebe on 84 and Duncan Ferguson smashed in the bounce back to even out at 12/5 after he missed a punishment in stoppage time to check what could be his last appearance for the club.