Last weekend we had a fantastic afternoon on the VSiN BetCast, cashing tickets for fun when Everton beat Arsenal.
We cashed a nice winner on Everton to win the match in 90 minutes at 130 also a lovely 900 monster payout cashed win Everton won 2-1 a score-line predicted in last week's preview and to top the lot we hit a 1200 winner in-play with Everton defender Yerry Minar scoring at anytime in the match a play suggested at the start of the broadcast.
This week's BetCast features Arsenal yet again (I don't even think Harry is pleased anymore) when they host city rivals Chelsea tomorrow, kick-off 12:30pm ET. The way to profit in this one is to do exactly what we did last week and oppose the Gunners; the first bet has to be Chelsea to win the match and gain local bragging rights at even money.
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta is a man under huge pressure and the Spaniard is the -110 favorite with UK bookies to be the next EPL manager to lose his job. All this after the Gunners' worst start to a season in the top flight in 45 years on the middle of a winless run of eight Premier League matches, which has seen them drop down the EPL table to an unimaginable 15th in the standings. They are just four points off the relegation zone and the alarming thing is that their recent performances are of that of a side that are destined for relegation, not of a side worthy of a top-half finish.
Chelsea had a much needed 3-0 win at home to West Ham in their last fixture on Monday night, which came on the back of two successive EPL defeats and they will be full of confidence of another win when they head across the capital on Saturday.
Arsenal won the last time the two teams met in the FA Cup Final at Wembley 2-1 in August, but that match ended 1-1 in regular time. Despite that fixture ending in a 2-1 Chelsea win last season, I am expecting the BetCast normality to resume tomorrow and we can go back to cashing on under tickets with under 2.5 goals looking rather generous at -110. I am expecting this to be a close one as Arsenal are playing for the manager's future and Chelsea knowing that a defeat will see them lose further ground at the top of the table and for those looking for a price with a little bit more juice in it a Chelsea win by a 1-0 score-line looks a nice play at 7-1.