This week’s SetantaBet specials

by Kevin Coleman
Yanks a lot Keeper

Spurs look to avoid three straight Premier League defeats as they travel to Merseyside to take on Everton. The Toffee’s have showed better form over the last few weeks with notable home wins coming against Manchester City and Chelsea. It’s a vital match for Spurs who’ll find themselves in the dogfight for a Champions League place if they lose this game.

Having just put pen to paper on a new contract, Tim Howard will have his hands full as he looks to keep his sheet clean against a side that boasts Emmanuel Adebayor and his old teammate Louis Saha. The French striker has found the net three times since his departing from Goodison, and would like nothing more than to find it again on Saturday. Spurs have had no trouble finding the net this season, and will look to their offensive weapons to get back on the title track. Spurs have had a tough string of games, culminating in Man Utd putting three past Brad Friedel last weekend.

Everton, on the other hand, have put up some great results against bigger sides at home this season, which includes two wins and two clean sheets against Man City and Chelsea. Tottenham beware? Despite losing Saha in January, Everton have been on the up recently. But looking at Spurs’ attackers, throwing a few quid on Adebayor, Saha or Gareth Bale to find the net would be well worth it with the security of a refund if Howard can keep them out.

If either keeper in the Everton v Tottenham match keeps a clean sheet, we will refund all losing correct score bet on this match.

Kun and Run

Manchester City will hope to maintain their two point advantage on Man United this weekend as the race for the Premier League title heats up. The league leaders travel to a Wales this Sunday for what should be a tough game against Brendan Roger’s Swansea side. The Premier League new boys are enjoying themselves in the Premier League having amassed 33 Premier League points thus far.

Sergio Aguero and Man City travel to Wales on Sunday as they look to maintain a two-point advantage over city rivals Man Utd. Aguero has only scored three league goals in 2012, but as 16 for the season. Two of those three were the first goal in the game, with Aguero’s knack of finding the back of the net early in the game. With Balotelli likely to be starting alongside him, putting a few quid on him to find the net first at 7/2 is a great bet.

If Sergio Aguero scores the first goal, we will refund all losing first goalscorer bets on this match.

Remember, if you’re a first time SetantaBet customer, you will get a free €20/£20 bet when you sign up!

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