Saturday, April 04, 2009



This is a far bigger game for City than it is for Wednesday, who are already planning for next season. The hosts are in good form, with 7 points from three starts, which has enabled them to climb out of the bottom three. The two wins came at home, along with a pair of clean sheets, including one over highflying Cardiff and they were well worth the point they earned against Birmingham at St Andrews last time out. Norwich have more about them than most of the teams at the foot of the table, especially offensively and they are one of only two sides in the bottom half of the table to have scored 50 goals this season. They have extended the loan of striker David Mooney, whom we have discussed several times recently and he can help fire the Canaries to safety.

5 points Norwich -1/2 ball 2.20 asian line.


United have not yet given up on an automatic promotion spot, which will be a theme for this email, they are on a seven match unbeaten run and are really on fire in front of goal, with 9 in their last three outings.They have another home game on Tuesday, before a trip to Reading next Friday, in what could turn into a key game, Their target has to be to travel South with the dream still alive and to do that, they need to start with three points today. Town are very good on the road, where they have already won eight times, but this year, their home form has let them down, which is exactly the reverse of recent seasons. Strange as it may seem, I feel this might make them ideal opponents for United. The visitors only have an outside chance of now making the post season action and will also have to look for maximum points. therefore, the draw has almost no value to either side and I will take the classier home team, who are playing with a lot of confidence and who have almost a fully fit squad to choose from.

6.5 points Sheffield United -1/2 ball 1.98 asian line.

Good Luck.

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