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Short odds aplenty this weekend, but here are some betting gems

Baggies fans have the small matter of a Black Country derby against Wolves to be dealt with at the Hawthorns this weekend. West Bromwich Albion’s lack of clean sheets hasn’t been rectified by changing Scott Carson for Boaz Myhill and the capitulation against West Ham on Saturday wasn’t a total surprise to many Baggies fans I’m sure – incidentally Albion were 1/125 with bet365 to win the game after the third goal went in!

Albion are odds-on to win the game and in my opinion they shouldn’t be. Mick McCarthy has a team willing to roll their sleeves up and I can see Wolves leaving with at least a point.

It’s FA Cup weekend and it looks to be all about Man Utd v Crawley. Fergie’s lot are 1/16 with bet365 to see off Steve Evans’ side and it will be interesting to see what team Sir Alex puts out. Crawley will of course be bang up for the game and I’d imagine a number of fans will be having a play at bet365’s 25/1 about the visitors and 7/4 that Man Utd fail to keep a clean sheet.

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The Chelsea v Everton clash is fascinating, Messrs Carlo Ancelotti and David Moyes look completely out of love with the game at the moment and I’ve already chalked up 1/3 that the Italian departs from Stamford Bridge before 2011/12. Chelsea are 8/15 to win, but that looks on the short side. Talking of short things, punters will no doubt be grouping together Man City at 1/6, Arsenal at 2/7, Birmingham at 8/13 and possibly Stoke at 4/6. There are a few people up here that think this could be the Potters year.

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