Sunday Review: Bookmakers benefit as another match that is big 0-0

Chelsea and Manchester United play out drab draw as Wales beat England under controversial Six countries circumstances

A low-scoring of Premier League action brought home the bacon for the bookies as bettors rued a lack of goalmouth action.

A weekend 0-0 draw between Chelsea and Manchester United at Stamford Bridge was a dour watch, while Aston Villa’s 1-0 win over Leeds United was unexpectedly devoid of entertainment.Kindred Group’s Ali Gill told EGR

— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) February 28, 2021

Gill said: “Another Premier League weekend that completed well in preference of layers as, in general, attracts and scores that are low the order of the day.”

“The Chelsea vs Manchester United game was, as always, perfect for layers, if not fans watching, with the other big winning results Aston Villa’s 1-0 win over a Leeds team more used to goal that is providing, and Newcastle’s 1-1 draw with Wolves,” he added.

There had been some slivers of excitement through the with Arsenal recording a shock 3-1 win over injury-ravaged Leicester City and Gareth Bale rolling back the years with two goals in Tottenham’s 4-0 victory over Burnley.

Betfred’s weekend Alan Firkins said: “The scoreless draw was a great result for the books, as was Arsenal’s shock win at the King Power to derail Leicester’s title challenge.”

Tom George appears towards the future after Clondaw Castle’s triumph within the Level 3 Close Brothers Handicap Chase

— Kempton Park Racecourse (@kemptonparkrace) February 27, 2021

Goodnight, rugby fans. #GuinnessSixNations

— Guinness Six countries (@SixNationsRugby) 28, 2021(*)Firkins commented: “Six Nations rugby punters who lumped on England to win in Cardiff were left feeling that whatever the acronym, review systems in sport can raise as many issues as they’re meant to tidy up.”(* february)

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