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Soccer Betting: Pulis believes that Palace deserved their win at Villa
By Andrew Scott Friday, 3 January 2014 01:55
Pay per head sportsbooks and soccer betting fans saw that on Thursday, Dwight Gayle was able to secure all three points for Palace at Villa Park with a goal in the 92nd-minute after the visitors were frustrated earlier on by Villa goalkeeper Brad Guzan with an excellent save, tipping a shot by Barry Bannan on to the post and keeping the deadlock in one piece.
Soccer betting fans know that a second away victory in the Premier League season means that Palace amassed nine points from six matches since Pulis took Ian Holloway’s place, and pay per head sportsbooks saw that for the first time since September, the result took the club above Fulham on goal difference and out of the relegation zone.
The coach and many fans that bet soccer were very happy with Palace’s resolve after the 3-0 home defeat on Saturday against Newcastle United.
“Really we needed that result because we’d let ourselves down with the home performance against Newcastle last week, so it was nice to bounce back,” Pulis told Sky Sports.
Many fans that bet soccer and pay per head sportsbooks were also delighted to see them bounce back.
“I think we had the more clear-cut chances and the better opportunities, and the keeper’s made a wonderful save off Bannan – how he touches that on to the post, I don’t know.
“But the lads kept going and, like I say, that’s what we need to do – week in, week out, we’ve got to give it everything and they’ve done that so far.”
Soccer betting fans and price per head services saw that Pulis gave more playing time to wingers Yannick Bolasie and Jason Puncheon since taking charge, and he tried to make sure that every player knew their role.
He added: “We’ve worked very, very hard on the shape of the team, on making sure that people are in certain positions at certain times and that everybody knows what they’re supposed to do.
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“And from that, with the two wide players who’ve got so much pace and power, we then can cause teams problems. But it’s very, very important when you work at this level that the team knows what it’s doing.”