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After winning 2 longshot doubles last week on the same day i have decided to start a thread. I will be starting with £8. No research required for this strategy. The only rule for this thread is for each bet the total odds have to be at least 15/1. There will be an update every 8 bets. here is my winning bets from last week .......... Fingers crossed i can get a couple more winners like this
Read full preview at: http://www.rainbow-bet.com We're going to Britannia Stadium for round 25 in the Premier League. Stoke City welcomes the draw experts Everton. Stoke manager Mark Hughes need to pick up some league points after a hectic period with league matches, Capital One Cup and FA Cup. The home side is on a 10th in the league, with 5-2-4 homestats at Britannia. A 0-0 draw home against Arsenal was followed by a 3-0 loss away to Leicester, and last week a 3-0 loss away to Manchester United. In the meantime the red and white has been knocked out of the Capital One Cup after penalties against Liverpool. Also the FA Cup are history after losing 1-0 away against Crystal Palace. Stoke has impressed at times in the league, and now they can continue concentration on the league. Have some injury problems in their squad, especially both centre back's Shawcross and Wollscheid are important absences. Ryan Shawcross has been really good and stable this season, and is one of the key players in the Stoke squad. Injury list Stoke City: Shay Given (goalkeeper) Marc Wilson (defender) Ryan Shawcross (defender) Philipp Wollscheid (defender) Geoff Cameron (defender) Expected lineup Stoke City: Butland Johnson – Muniesa – Bardsley – Pieters Whelan – Imbula Shaqiri – Bojan – Arnautovic Walters Everton is the team in Premier League with most draws, but last week they showed their strengths with a great 3-0 win at home to Newcastle. Two of the goal came from penalties, and both scored by the young and promising Ross Barkley. Roberto Martinez's side sits on the place behind Stoke on the table, on 11th. The away stats shows 3-7-1. Lost the opportunity to play their local rivals Liverpool in the Capital One Cup final, after losing 3-1 to Manchester City in the semifinal. The blues from Liverpool are still playing in the FA Cup after beating Carlisle 0-3 in the last round. All are waiting for Everton to perform and stabilize themselves, they've got a strong squad but are failing to deside even matches. Lukaku is still a big threat up top for Everton, the striker's got 15 goals in the league, 3 behind the Premier League top scorer Jamie Vardy (Leicester). Defensive absences for the away side as well, John Stones is the most important. Injury list Everton: Tim Howard (goalkeeper) Tony Hibbert (defender) Tyias Browning (defender) John Stones (defender) Muhamed Besic (midfield) Expected lineup Everton: Robles Coleman – Jagielka – Mori – Baines McCarthy – Barry Lennon – Barkley – Cleverley Lukaku Exciting offensive players from start on both team, while important defensive players are out injured. Especially Muniesa at Stoke will have a big challenge in the duels and pressing in the middle spaces. At the same time Imbula will make his debut at the defensive midfield for Stoke, he's a strong player with a big work-rate. Imbula and Whelan will make the job difficult for the Everton midfield to create chances today. We find the value in this match at a draw, perhaps we'll see a few goals too. We bet on a draw at Britannia. Stoke – Everton X
Read full preview at: http://www.rainbow-bet.com Second leg in the Capital One Cup semifinal, Liverpool takes on Stoke at Anfield Road. The home side won 0-1 at Britannia in the first leg, but still got a long injury list. The team who win over two legs will meet either Everton or Manchester City in the final at Wembley. The home team has played some entertaining matches lately. 2-2 against Exeter, 3-3 in the Premier League against Arsenal and in the weekend an incredible 4-5 win to Norwich. If we can see a match with a lot of goal today is another matter. Divock Origi is in really goalform at the moment, scoring 4 goals in his last 3 league matches. Origi is unfortunately unavailable for today's game. Good news that centre back Dejan Lovren is recovered after his injury, but expected to start on the bench. An extra motivating for Liverpool is that they may meet their local rivals Everton in the final (Everton beat Manchester City 2-1 in the first leg). These players are unavailable for Liverpool today: Nathaniel Clyne (defender) Steven Caulker (defender) Martin Skrtel (defender) Joe Gomez (defender) Connor Randall (defender) Philippe Coutinho (midfield) Jordon Rossiter (midfield) Daniel Sturridge (striker) Divock Origi (striker) Danny Ings (striker) Expected lineup Liverpool: Mignolet Enrique – Toure – Sakho – Moreno Henderson – Lucas – Can Ibe – Benteke – Milner The away side are looking for a revenge after the 0-1 defeat at home in the first leg, and have to score goals tonight to go through to the final. After a 3-0 win against Norwich in the league, it's been 0-0 home against Arsenal and an ugly 3-0 defeat away to Leicester in the weekend. Stoke have shown that their top level are high this season, but they're still a bit unstable in performance. The important centre back Ryan Shawcross are out due to injury for Stoke. Geoff Cameron (defender) and Shay Given (goalkeeper) are also unavailable. Marko Arnautovic is fit after his hamstring injury, but it's a big question is Mark Hughes starts with his top scorer in this match. A possible choice is Mame Biram Diouf if Arnautovic is benched. Expected lineup Stoke: Butland Johnson – Wilson – Wollscheid – Pieters Whelan – Afellay Walters – Bojan – Arnautovic Crouch Stoke manager Mark Hughes seems to have a plan to exploit Liverpool weakness on set pieces/corner kicks tn todays game. 203 cm high Peter Crouch will most likely play up to for the visitors. Ex Liverpool player Crouch has a good stat against his former club, has scored 3 goals in his last 5 apperances against Jurgen Klopp's side. The goals came back in March 2012, January 2014 and the last one in May 2015. Liverpool will lose pace on their right side with important Clyde missing out. Both Bojan and Arnautovic can use the space that Liverpool leaves behind, to try to find Crouch with crosses to the box. Liverpool has been uncomfortable on crosses in the box through the whole season, and it looks like a good game plan for Stoke to play a more direct and long ball style today. The man they'll try to find is Crouch, most likely in the air. We see great value in Crouch continues his stats against Liverpool today, and bet he'll nick in a goal in this game. Peter Crouch (goalscorer)