Online Betting Uk : Take Germany to Beat Injury-hit England

April 20, 2009


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With Liverpool’s Steven Gerrard yesterday confirmed as another big-name absentee from the England squad for Wednesday’s tough international friendly against Germany things are looking pretty bleak for the Three Lions.

But it is defensively that manager Fabio Capello is really feeling the pinch with skipper John Terry rated only 50-50 to start because of a foot injury. Rio Ferdinand, Wes Brown and Ashley Cole are already sidelined so if Terry misses out, Capello will start without his entire preferred back four against a side who reached the final of Euro 2008 and the semi-finals of the 2006 World Cup.

I’m afraid to say this one looks like going Germany’s way! Taking BetUK’s 11/10 on Germany is the value bet to make here. is your online gaming site for betting on sports, poker and casino. is the foremost online sports betting line, bookmaker site in UK. offers online betting on casino games; online games; and sports betting odds, betting sports such as football betting, tennis betting, baseball betting, rugby betting, greyhounds betting, golf betting and horse racing. It is a great source for online sports betting UK.

Sunday’s live game on Sky (4pm K/O) sees Manchester City travel to this season’s surprise package – Hull. From a psychological point of view Hull have a distinct advantage, because they were preparing for a dogfight from the moment promotion to the Premier League was won. A run of three straight defeats is disappointing for them – but mentally the players have always expected that type of run of results. The same cannot be said for City’s players, who appear ill-equipped for a trip to an unwelcoming venue to face physical, resilient hosts, as awaits them here.

Taking all factors into account we make Hull narrow favourites – which is why the 17/10 available on BetUK is terrific value. Man City are an implausibly short 7/5, with the draw at 9/4 so the the price on the hosts looks too good to miss.

An even better bet than a home victory, however, is over 2.5 goals. Such an outcome has been a consistent feature of games involving these two sides this season – 20 of 24 relevant fixtures (10 out of 12 games for both Hull and Man City) have had three goals or more this season, making the price of 4/5 on overs tremendous value. Even looking solely at Hull’s home games and Man City’ss away games, the stats stand up: four of Hull’s six fixtures at the KC Stadium and four of City’s six games on the road have had over 2.5 goals.

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