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HOLT TO SCORE FIRST?

16 November 2012

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Norwich City continued their resilient run of form last weekend but the visit of Manchester United puts them firmly in the spotlight on Saturday evening, with Bet Butler making them 7/1 underdogs on their own patch (click here to visit site).

The Canaries have conceded just once in their last four games, with 80% of their home games featuring two or less goals, so confident fans might consider a 1-1 draw at 10/1. United have conceded first in 7 of their 11 matches this season and Grant Holt can be tipped at 9/1 to break the deadlock, while Robert Snodgrass is a 12/1 shot.

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The weekend’s domestic football kicks-off with the North London derby live on Sky Sports and despite recent form, Arsenal are odds on at 19/20 to win the battle for bragging rights. 16/5 Spurs have guaranteed goals in recent meetings in the red half of town, with 23 strikes in the last four meetings. A 3-2 thriller in the home side’s favour returns 23/1, while Tottenham winning by the same scoreline turns £10 into £360.

Norwich are 7/1 to upset Manchester United (4/9) in the evening kick-off, while Grant Holt can be backed at 9/1 to score first if you fancy The Red Devil’s tendency to fall behind could strike again. Sunday’s clash features entertainers Fulham (8/11), who are the league’s third top scorers, at home to Sunderland (17/4) before Monday Night Football points the cameras at West Ham (21/20) and Stoke (16/5).

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Odds correct at time of writing.

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