Premier League on Betfair: United stay fourth after day of draws

Sam Allardyce's men were denied late on against Man Utd
Sam Allardyce's men were denied late on against Man Utd

Mike Norman brings us today's In-Play odds details from this afternoon's three Premier League matches, all of which ended in a draw...

"Sam Allardyce's men, despite a number of injuries, were the better team in a goalless first half but got their reward early in the second half when makeshift centre-back Cheikhou Kouyate - matched at the massive price of 110.0109/1 to score first - put the home side in front."


Manchester United remain in fourth place in the table, one point behind Southampton, after they snatched a dramatic equaliser away to West Ham this afternoon.

Sam Allardyce's men, despite a number of injuries, were the better team in a goalless first half but got their reward early in the second half when makeshift centre-back Cheikhou Kouyate - matched at the massive price of 110.0109/1 to score first - put the home side in front.

And just as it looked as though Louis van Gaal's men had run out of ideas up popped Daley Blind to smash the balll home frome the edge of the area in the 92nd to rescue a point for the Red Devils.

The Draw was matched at 13.012/1 In-Play, though the 1-1 Correct Score never went higher than 12.011/1. United are now available to back at 1.645/8 to claim a Top 4 Finish this seaosn.

The day commenced with a very entertaining encounter at Turf Moor where West Brom came from two goals down to draw 2-2 with Burnley - a scoreline that was matched at 26.025/1.

Sean Dyche's men raced into a 2-0 lead thanks to headed goals from Ashley Barnes - matched at 12.011/1 to open the scoring - and Danny Ings. But just as the Clarets were thinking of a two-goal interval lead Chris Brunt headed home a corner to reduce Albion's arrears.

In a fast-paced clash it was the Baggies who scored next through a Brown Ideye header, the fourth headed goal of the match, but despite both sides having chances to win, the game ended all-square with the Draw being matched at 13.5 In-Play.

Burnley, just one point ahead of the drop zone, are trading at just 1.51/2 in Betfair's Relegation market.

Stoke rescued a point at St James' Park thanks to a late Peter Crouch goal, cancelling out Jack Colback's earlier strike that had given Newcastle the lead.

The 1-1 Correct Score was matched at 30.029/1, while Colback was backed at a high of 28.027/1 in the First Goalscorer market.

With Stoke 10th in the table currently, two points ahead of Newcastle in 11th, Mark Hughes' men can be backed at 1.75/7 to record a Top 10 Finish this season. The Magpies can be backed at 2.01/1.


Today's In-Play odds matched;

Burnley 2 West Brom 2
The Draw - 13.5
Ashley Barnes First Goalscorer - 12.0
2-1 Half Time Score - 42.0
2-2 Correct Score - 26.0

Newcastle 1 Stoke 1
The Draw - 16.0
0-0 Half Time Score - 2.94
Jack Colback First Goalscorer - 28.0
1-1 Correct Score - 30.0

West Ham 1 Manchester United 1
The Draw - 13.0
0-0 Half Time Score - 3.25
Cheikhou Kouyate First Goalscorer - 110.0
Sending Off - 11.0
1-1 Correct Score - 12.0


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