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Sunday Thriller - Bet At Home Odds

Sunday Thriller - Bet At Home Odds

The big tie of the second weeks Premiership action has to be Manchester City`s visit to Anfield to face a scalded Liverpool team having lost their first game of the new campaign 3-0 to WBA.

Liverpool have a point to prove after that shock result but Manchester City didn`t exactly have it all their own way in their opening fixture against Southampton so certainly won`t be taking this match lightly either.

www.bet-at-home.com have all the odds for this Sky Live game (4pm kick off on Sunday) and have Manchester City, who beat The Saints 3-2 in their opening tie, as favourites.

To win Liverpool are 2,90, Manchester City are 2,30. A draw is 3,30

In the lovely clear and easy (I like things simple!) sportsbook, all the odds are there, including having a punt on whether you think there will be a penalty (3,40) or not (1,20) as well as the usual who will score first, how many goals will be scored and so forth.

www.bet-at-home.com offer an enticing 11,00 for a 2-0 to Liverpool and 40,00 for what would be a memorable 3-3 draw! 3-0 to Man City offers odds of 13,00, worth a punt if the galaxy of striker stars have their shooting boots with them?!

Why not take a look, join up and back your team at: www.bet-at-home.com



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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Friday August 24 2012
Time: 11:20AM

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