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Manchester United – Chelsea Straight Forecast, 1st, 2nd Winner Betting Pays 5 to 1 Odds

Written by:
Alistair Prescott
Published on:
Aug/08/2011
Manchester United – Chelsea

888.com was offering Manchester United – Chelsea as the winner and second place finisher in the 2011-2012 Premier League with odds that pay out 5 to 1.

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Dual forecast betting was also being offered at reduced odds, meaning the two teams can finish in either position provided they are the top two finishers.  Odds on the dual forecast pay 15/8, which is still actually pretty good.

But many experts believe Man City could disrupt what might otherwise be viewed as an “easy bet”.

A Man United – Man City top two finish would pay out 13 to 2 odds.  The dual bet pays 11/4. 

Chelsea – Man City pays 10/1 odds. 

For those looking towards the ultimate upset, Arsenal-Liverpool pays 66 to 1 odds or £6600 for every £100 bet.  The reverse pays £8000.

- Alistair Prescott, Gambling911.com


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