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Man City Odds On Favourite To Beat West Ham

Man City Odds On Favourite To Beat West Ham

MCFC are 2/5 odds on favourite to beat West Ham at the City of Manchester Stadium, while the bookies have a scoreless draw at 10/1.

Selected Odds:

Manchester City Win

1-0 - 9/2
2-1 - 7/1
3-0 - 17/2
4-0 - 18/1

West Ham Win

1-0 - 12/1
2-1 - 18/1
3-0 - 100/1
4-0 - 100/1

Draw

0-0 - 10/1
1-1 - 13/2
2-2 - 16/1
3-3 - 66/1
4-4 - 100/1

First City Player To Score

Craig Bellamy - 4/1
Carlos Tevez - 9/2
Roque Santa Cruz - 5/1
Stephen Ireland - 7/1

First Hammer To Score

Carlton Cole - 9/1
Alessandro Diamanti - 10/1
Zavon Hines - 10/1
Guille Franco - 14/1

Time Of First Goal

1-10 Minutes - 11/4
11-20 Minutes - 7/2
21-30 Minutes - 9/2
31-40 Minutes - 6/1
41-50 Minutes - 15/2
51-60 Minutes - 11/1
61-70 Minutes - 14/1
71-80 Minutes - 22/1
81-90 Minutes - 20/1

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Writer:Tudor
Date:Sunday September 27 2009
Time: 4:08PM

Comments

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Odds of 2/5 are a true indication of current form and suggest that we should quite rightly win the match, we've just got to go and do the tricky part now which is actually go out and win the game! Its a shame that there are no odds for a City 3-1 win as that is my prediction.
Kevinho
27/09/2009 16:35:00
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12/1 for 1-0 to the Hammers - that'll do for me!
rosshammer
27/09/2009 18:02:00
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I can see this one being a toughie for City. The Hammers will set their stall out to make it difficult for Bellamy and Tevez, who they know VERY well. Given will ensure they don't score with an incredible save from a Cole header. Santa cruz will come on as an impact substitute after 60 minutes and score with his first touch. 1-0 to city. I'd take that dream as reality, anyway.
Sindbad
27/09/2009 18:20:00
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