Premier League Betting Saturday November 22 2008

Coming after William Gallas’ public critique of his Arsenal collegues, Sky Bet attain the Gunners’ skipper 100/30 to depart the bludgeon in the Jan transfer window (1/5 still to be an Arsenal man afterward January transfer window). It’s 66/1 for Gallas to be booked for brawling with a team mate Gunner on their game versus Manchester City on Saturday. Arsenal go into Saturday’s match off the hind of a 2-0 loss at emirates to Aston Villa; their heaviest loss in the league thus far and is 6/5 to get over with a win and 1/3 against end up in the top 4 at season-end.
Elsewhere in the league, Liverpool is among only 2 teams with their undefeated home record still in place this season and Sky Bet form the Reds 4/5 favourites across Manchester United (10/11) to remain undefeated longer at home. Sky Bet have prolonged Manchester United’s betting odds of ever attaining the top position this season to 2/1 (4/11 not against top off table at any stage this term). The champions are eight points adrift of Chelsea and are expected to drop off farther since their scheduled clash with Wigan on December 20 has been set back attributable the World Club Cup.
Aston Villa last beat Manchester United in August 1995 and are 100/30 to break ahead up three points at Villa Park along Sat. The Villains are 3/1 against finish in the top 4 this season and 10/11 favourites in the league without the Big 4 marketplace. Villa are looking for consecutive triumphs all over Big 4 teams, accepting beaten up Arsenal at the Emirates last Sat. Sky Bet attain Martin O’Neill’s men 13/8 against take over ten points off the Big 4 this season. Gabriel Agbonlahor, who glowed for England in midweek is 5/1 to outscore Cristiano Ronaldo (11/8, tie 10/11) on Saturday.
Table-topping Chelsea take on Newcastle United at Stamford Bridge on Sat and the freescoring Blues are 2/1 with Sky Bet to be the highest scoring Big Four team this weekend and 9/4 against score the quickest goal of their Big Four rivals. Chelsea have not conceded in four league matches and Newcastle are 5/4 to find the net. Joe Kinnear is 9/2 favourite to take the reins in vs Newcastle on a permanent foundation, with Alan Shearer still Sky Bet’s 5/2 frontrunner to succeed Kevin Keegan.
After Spurs dismissed their goalkeeper coach in midweek all eyes will get on Brazilian custodian Heurelho Gomes and Sky Bet are offering up odds on how many he will leak out on Sunday. It’s 6/4 for Spurs to keep a clean sheet against Blackburn, 6/4 for them to ship just one goal and 11/1 for them to concede three.