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Tottenham

Tottenham v Liverpool Betting Preview – Premier League 27th August

The Reds have already been to North London once already this season where they sprung a surprise on Arsenal in a thrilling 4-3 win at the Emirates. That was a huge return from them out of the starting blocks but they then went at lost at Burnley last weekend. Spurs have made a steady start to the new season with four points from their two games played. Will they be able to build on their opening win that they picked up last weekend? They would have to snap a poor run of form against the Reds though to make it happen.

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Tottenham v Liverpool Betting Tips

An important home game for Spurs on Saturday lunchtime. They will have seen Arsenal fail at home to Liverpool already this season and should therefore be a little cautious about the threat coming to face them. Spurs have gone W1 D1 in their opening two games of the season, drawing at Everton on the opening weekend and then picking up a home win over Crystal Palace last weekend. So they have banked their first win of the season but they have not beaten Liverpool at the last seven attempts in the Premier League. In that sequence of games SPurs have gone D2 L5 against the Reds. Both games between the two of them in the top flight last season ended in draws and both were under 2.5 goals.

There is even money on this one going under the goal line, because those results last term were exceptions to what normally happens when these two get together. Liverpool have averaged 2.7 goals per game against Tottenham in their last seven games against them and this is the fourth highest scoring fixture in Premier League history as well. Tottenham have given up just the one goal this season though and they look tight at the back. In the anytime goalscorer market there is Harry Kane at the head of it running at a quote of 6/5 to hit the back of the net. Kane though, it should be noted has never scored a Premier League goal in the month of August (9 matches). Tottenham as well have failed to score in their last three Premier League home games against Liverpool.

Liverpool are the clear form team here in the head and should be confident for their trip to the Lane. They have gone W2 D1 at White Hart Lane in their last three visits in the Premier League and they have taken a clean sheet in each of those three as well. Liverpool have netted eight goals themselves in those last three trips to Spurs and in total across the seven games unbeaten streak that they are on against the Lilywhites, Liverpool have scored a total of 19 goals. No Premier League team has scored more Premier League goals in the 2016 calendar year than Liverpool have and Daniel Sturridge is a 2/1 anytime goalscorer option for them with Sadio Mane at 5/2.

They don’t look good at the back though and keeper Simon Mignolet is a huge liability for them. After saving Theo Walcott’s penalty in their opener against Arsenal, he have shipped a goal on each of the five shots on target that he has faced since in the Premier League. Not good at all and they weren’t a the races in their defeat at Burnley last weekend either. So there are clear problems for them to fix at the back and both teams to score in this fixture is running at a price of 8/13 and there has been at least three goals scored in seven of the last ten between these two. Will the defensive cracks that they have let them down at the Lane?

Tottenham v Liverpool Betting Odds

Tottenham 11/8, Liverpool 2/1, Draw 12/5

Tottenham v Liverpool Predictions

Spurs should have the quality at the back to to fend off the attentions of the Reds in this one. They will present Liverpool with a tougher defence than what Arsenal did. Liverpool are still too much of a risk at the back to get behind with a lot of confidence and Spurs have the individual creativity to open up the Reds. Back the game to go over 2.5 goals but a home win.

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24th August 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

West Ham

West Ham v Bournemouth Betting Preview – Premier League 21st August

So the Hammers finally get to start their life in the Premier League at their new home of the Olympic Stadium. It has been a busy week or so for them because of having opened their new league season at Chelsea last Monday night before heading off to Romania for their UEFA Europa League qualifying campaign. So how fresh will they be for this home opener in the top flight? Bournemouth were humbled by Manchester United last weekend and they will be hoping that toil of the week will have left the hosts a little jaded.

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West Ham v Bournemouth Betting Tips

Well it has been a busy week for West Ham. They had to play on Monday night in the Premier League and then they had a long trip to Romania for their first leg of their UEFA EUropa League play off against Astra. They lost at Chelsea and then drew 1-1 with Astra. So it wasn’t the greatest of weeks for them. Against Chelsea they only touched the ball in the Chelsea box seven times in the entire match and just were never even close to winning it. The Hammers will be hoping to carry on with the scoring form that they laid down against Bournemouth last season, scoring three goals in both games. They lost this corresponding fixture 4-3 though before winning back at Goldsands. This is West Ham’s opener in the Olympic Stadium then and before they have hosted Bournemouth just four times in all competitions and have taken a W3 D0 L1 record away from those. With both meetings last season going over 2.5 goals, this is a price of 4/5 to go the same way.

You can back both teams to score in the match for a quote of 3/4 and that has happened in all but one of the seven previous times that they have played each other. West Ham haven’t looked great at the back this season at all so far and have just the one clean sheet in four games in all competitions so far. Just three teams won at West Ham last season and Bournemouth were one of them. So this could be a really interesting clash. Dimitri Payet, who didn’t come on until late in the second half against Chelsea, has played a part in 11 goal in his last 13 Premier League appearances for the Irons, three goals and eight assists. Andy Carroll is 6/4 outright favourite in the anytime goalscorer market with Enner Valencia and Dimitri Payet at 2/1. Valencia netted a brace against Bournemouth last season into the top flight.

Bournemouth’s Callum Wilson didn’t last 70 minutes last weekend against Manchester United. He scored a hattrick in this fixture last season. Benik Afobe needs to come good again for them too with just one goal in his last twelve games for Bournemouth. The defence of the Cherries is still a big concern because they conceded more goals last season than the relegated Newcastle did. They could have shipped more easily against Manchester United last weekend too were it not for keeper Artur Boruc. They have made strides to improving their squad over the summer with the likes of positive signings Jordon Ibe and Lewis Cook coming in. But results have to happen and they have just one point in their last six Premier League fixtures (D1 L5). Maybe they will be able to take some inspiration from their dramatic win at West Ham last season, which was their first ever victory in the English top flight.

West Ham v Bournemouth Betting Odds

West Ham 10/11, Draw 13/5, Bournemouth 3/1

West Ham v Bournemouth Predictions

Would expect both teams to score in this one after last season’s high scoring affairs. Tough to pick a winner here because West Ham have had a tough week and they haven’t looked solid at the back. Neither have Bournemouth though and you would have to side with West Ham rising to the occasion and banking the win in a game over 2.5 goals.

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18th August 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Sunderland

Sunderland v Middlesbrough Betting Preview – Premier League 21st August

The newly promoted Boro got a point in the bag in their opener last weekend, being held to a draw by Stoke. They probably would have liked more. Still, they will be hoping that their defence is solid enough to keep the Black Cats at bay when they go to face them at the Stadium of Light on Sunday. Sunderland had a tough opener in an away game at Manchester City, new boss David Moyes losing his opener with them 2-1. Will they be able to get three points on the board on home soil after going winless in their last two there against Boro?

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Sunderland v Middlesbrough Betting Tips

Well can the Black Cats bounce back from their opening loss last weekend. They went out on the road and opened their account with a 2-1 loss, Jermain Defoe netting the consolation. He is well worth a punt in the goalscorer markets, because he has forn. He has scored in six of his last 10 Premier League outings now and you can back him at a price of 7/4 to net in this one. Sunderland are unbeaten in their four previous Premier League fixtures against Boro (W2 D2) however, they two haven’t come together in league contest since back in January 2009, so it has been a while. Sunderland have won their last two home league matches against Boro, however they have hosted them twice since then, once in the FA Cup and once in the League Cup and took a D1 L1 record from those more recent meetings.

Going back to Defoe as he is their main man without question, since he made his debut with Sunderland in the top flight, Defoe Has scored 20 goals for the club, but no other Sunderland player has managed more than five during that same period. Sunderland just about survived relegation last season with a game to spare and they won their last two games last term at the Stadium of Light to just give them enough of a cushion to stay afloat. If they make it three wins in a row on Sunday in the top flight, that will be the first time that they have accomplished that since 2012. It’s hard to judge the goal tally in this one because of no recent meetings, but neither look to be a high-scoring side, so go under 2.5 goals for a price of 8/15 with online betting site Paddy Power. An option on both teams to score will return you a price of even money.

Boro may not have attracted much attention to themselves, but they have been busy piecing things together over the summer and look a pretty solid unit. They earned a 1-1 draw with Stoke in their return to the top flight last season. The big moment for them came from summer signing Alvaro Negredo who got on the scoresheet in his debut with Boro. The former Man City striker will be looking to score in back to back Premier League games for the first time since the end of 2013. You can Negredo at a quote of 9/4 in the anytime goalscorer market, with Jordan Rhodes not too far behind him. The last Boro player to score in consecutive Premier League games was Afonso Alves in 2008. Boro’s defence was immense last season in the Championships, conceding just the 31 league goals from 46 games in the Championship last season. In all competitions, they have lost just the one of their last four against the Black Cats.

Sunderland v Middlesbrough Betting Odds

Sunderland 11/7, Draw 11/5, Middlesbrough 15/8

Sunderland v Middlesbrough Predictions

It wouldn’t be a total shock if Boro’s defence was to see them to a point in this away game. Sunderland don’t always impress going forward of course, particularly if Defoe can be marked out of the game. So Boro, who are a solid-looking side can make inroads into the Black Cats in this one. There has to be a tempter in getting behind Boro all the way, but a draw seems likely. You could split the difference on a Middlesbrough draw no bet at even money.

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18th August 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Arsenal

Leicester v Arsenal Betting Preview – Premier League 20th August

Both of these made losing starts to the Premier League season last weekend. The Gunners were toppled on home turf by a powerful Liverpool performance and now they have to go out on the road to take on the reigning champions. Leicester made a losing start to their title defence as they went to the newly promoted Hull and were stunned 2-1. Not the start that they wanted but will they have a response back on home soil now? This is a tough game for the Foxes who are winless in their last 19 against the Gunners.

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Leicester v Arsenal Betting Tips

The opening fixture in Leicester’s Premier League title defence didn’t go too well then. They went out on the road to face the newly promoted Hull who have been in all sorts of turmoil over the summer, and surprisingly lost 2-1. That was the same scoreline by which they lost the Community Shield against Manchester United as well, so there’s a small trend already. It may be tempting enough to have an Arsenal 2-1 correct score bet which will return you a price of 9/1 with online betting site Boylesports. Leicester are currently on a horrendous 19 match winless streak against Arsenal in the top flight, having lost 13 of those nineteen (D6 L13). Last season Leicester lost just the three games all season and two of those were against Arsenal, so not a fixture they will be particularly looking forward too. Can they pick up three points?

The Foxes were undone badly at the back by Arsenal last season, conceding seven goals in their two league games against them, five of those coming at the King Power. So you are probably going to see a match which goes over 2.5 goals and that is a price of 7/10 at Boylesports. You may be worth considering both teams to score in the match as well which is a price of 8/15 and there is a trend there, with both teams having scored in each of the last seven meetings between them. Leicester have scored exactly one goal in six of the last seven games against Arsenal (the exception being the two scored in their 2-5 defeat at home last season). So there should be goals there and Jamie Vardy is 8/5 while last weekend’s goal scorer Riyad Mahrez is a 21/10 shot. As an interesting aside, with both of last season’s 1st and 2nd teams losing last weekend, the last time that happened was in the 1953/54 season.

So the stats are on the side of Arsenal here and adding weight to that is the fact they have never lost an away match in the Premier League at the King POwer Stadium. From their three previous visits there they have taken a W1 D2 record. They have certainly scored well against Leicester and have netted four Premier League hat trick against the Foxes. There was one in this corresponding fixture from last season, with Alexis Sanchez weighing in with one during Arsenal’s 5-2 victory. Sanchez is an 8/5 anytime goalscorer option with Olivier Giroud at a price of 7/5. Arsenal fell apart at the back last weekend, but did show some character in a fightback from 4-1 down against Liverpool to make it 4-3 in the end. The last time that Arsenal lost their opening two games of a Premier League season was 1992/93.

Leicester v Arsenal Betting Odds

Arsenal 7/5, Draw 12/5, Leicester 9/5

Leicester v Arsenal Predictions

Arsenal have the powerful head to head form in this fixture. They look a good bet to go to the King Power and record another win, because they were really the only side to figure out how to deal with the Foxes last season. Arsenal will be tremendously concerned about their defensive showing last week, but will likely get the win as they will be put under less pressure at the back this time out.

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18th August 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Watford

Watford v Chelsea Betting Preview – Premier League 20th August

Watford can be pretty pleased with their work last weekend as they took a 1-1 draw at Southampton on the south coast, not many people giving them much of a hope in that fixture. So a positive start for them but they follow it up with another tough game. Chelsea arrive at Vicarage Road on Saturday and will be hoping to build on their enthusiastic start which saw them take down West Ham at Stamford Bridge, the Blues being totally dominant in possession. Will new boss Antonio Conte make it two for two on his new Premier League adventure?

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Watford v Chelsea Betting Tips

Watford earned themselves a very good point at Southampton last weekend, a game in which they were heavy underdogs. But they showed good character to get their share of the spoil form that. However, the tough games keep on coming and they host Chelsea on the weekend at Vicarage Road. Defensively Watford have managed to keep just the one clean sheet in their last ten Premier League games, so they are likely to give up chances to the visitors. That having been said, they earned a 0-0 home draw against Chelsea in last season’s corresponding fixture and took a 2-2 draw at the Bridge. They have only won one of their three previous Premier League home games against Chelsea though, overall taking a W1 D1 L1 record away from those games. That lone win over the Blues came back in 1999 and that has been their only victory over Chelsea in their last 15 against them in all competitions. Not a strong record.

Thankfully for the Hornets they have Troy Deeney going well up front at the moment, putting in some good shifts for them. You can back him at 11/4 in the anytime goalscorer market for this game and the striker has been involved in six of Watford’s last seven Premier League goals (four goals, two assists). Odion Ighalo is an 11/4 shot to net in the match at any time. There has been just one occasion in the last four meetings between these two (all competitions) that both teams have scored in the match and that has actually happened in just two of the last eight comings together of them. That will be Watford who have failed to score in six of their last eight against the Blues. A brave punt would see you collect on a 13/8 price on a Chelsea to win to nil wager, because it’s been a long time since we have seen them tight at the back. You have the option of 8/11 on under 2.5 goals for this one and both teams to score in the match is a price of even money.

The Blues have netted just the one goal in their three previous Premier League visits to Watford. Antonio Conte’s Premier League debut went well, overseeing the Blues take a 2-1 home win over West Ham where they were fully in control for the entire match. Eden Hazard and Diego Costa bagged the goals for the, but West Ham’s goal from nothing and out of nowhere will probably bother the coach. Hazard now has five goals in this last six Premier League games, while Costa has scored six goals in eight Premier League appearances during the month of August. In the anytime goalscorer market you have Costa at 5/4 with Hazard and Michy Batshuayi both 2/1 options. Chelsea did look very impressive against West Ham, completely refreshed from last season and Conte has lost just one of his last 31 league games (W28 D2) as a manager. Can he guide the Blues to three points at Vicarage Road?

Watford v Chelsea Betting Odds

Watford 7/2, Draw 11/4, Chelsea 8/11

Watford v Chelsea Predictions

Would have to side with the Blues taking the three points away from this fixture. They looked very good against West Ham with key players showing up well. There will likely be question marks over their defence all season, but that shouldn’t bother them too much in this one against the Hornets. The hosts may not have enough in them to keep the Blues at bay. Away win but in a game under 2.5 goals.

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18th August 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

West Brom

West Brom v Everton Betting Preview – Premier League 20th August

The Baggies will have taken some confidence from an away win at Crystal Palace last weekend. They weren’t particularly favourites to get out of Selhurst Park with all three points after having done nothing in the transfer market over the summer. They got their win and now return to the Hawthorns for the visit of Everton. The Toffees had to settle for a share of the spoils in their tough home opener against Tottenham last weekend. Will they get anything out on the road or will the Baggies come good again?

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West Brom v Everton Betting Tips

Well the Baggies went out and put a win on the board last weekend. They rolled into Selhurst Park and got out with a 1-0 win, which not many punters really will have seen coming. Next it is on to their opening home fixture of the season when Everton come to visit on Saturday. The Baggies have struggled for league wins over Everton recently and with them not dipping into the transfer market over the summer, things are pretty much same-old same-old for them. The Baggies have managed just two wins in their last ten Premier League games against Everton now and they went down 3-2 in this corresponding fixture last season. That high goal return was out of the norm as five of the last six clashes between these two in the English top flight have gone under the 2.5 goal line. You can back this one to do so as well at a price of 4/7 with online betting site Bet365.

The Baggies have not won any of their last three at home against Everton in the Premier League (D1 L2) and they aren’t in good home form overall. They rounded off last season at the Hawthorns in miserable fashion with a D1 L3 record from their last four played there. The last time that they went five in a row in the league without a win back only in December 2014. It was Salomon Rondon who netted the winner for the Baggies against Palace on the weekend, making it a three-game scoring streak for him in the top flight. Saido Berahino was the last man to score four in a row for West Brom just back in October 2014. Rondon to score anytime during the match is a good 2/1 shot with Berahino a little longer at a quote of 9/4. Since Tony Pulis took over at West Brom, only Arsenal, Man City and Man Utd have managed more clean sheets than they have during that period.

Everton will be relatively pleased with their draw against Spurs last weekend at Goodison Park. A decent return for new boss Ronald Koeman. Interestingly the Toffees are on a poor run of form away from home though carrying on from last season. They failed to win any of their last six road games last season in a D2 L4 sequence. So a lot of improvement to come. They have signed the exciting and quick Yannick Bolasie from Crystal Palace, who incidentally faced West Brom last weekend. The Toffees need to get Romelu Lukaku going as his goal drought in the top flight continued last weekend. He has gone without a single goal or an assist in any of his last nine Premier League outings. He can be backed at a quote of 7/4 for this one to score at anytime. The Toffees have gone unbeaten in their last three visits to the Hawthorns and Everton’s only loss in their last seven Premier League matches against West Brom was in February this year (W3 D3 L1).

West Brom v Everton Betting Odds

West Brom 2/1, Draw 12/5, Everton 17/10

West Brom v Everton Predictions

Two sides looking for respective form home and away. That may mean this one ends up in parity and the draw in the match outright looks a bit of value. Everton will steadily get sharper under Koeman and they can be happy with their work against Spurs last weekend. West Brom will have earned big confidence from their away win last season, but they may not be able to back it up with another triumph. Score draw.

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18th August 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Tottenham

Tottenham v Crystal Palace Betting Preview – Premier League 20th August

There is going to be early pressure on Eagles boss Alan Pardew rising pretty quickly. Palace lost at home last week against West Brom to set some alarm bells ringing. Now they head out across London to take on Tottenham on Saturday in a much tougher match than they will have had last weekend. Spurs opened their Premier League account with a draw against Everton in a what was a sticky opener for them. Now they will be aiming to build some early momentum in their home form in this London derby.

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Tottenham v Crystal Palace Betting Tips

Seven times Spurs and Palace have met at White Hart Lane in the Premier League and four of those seven previous encounters have ended as a draw (Spurs W2 D4 L1). So that could be a decent place to look and it suggests that Spurs are not going to lose this one. Spurs went to Everton last weekend for a tough opener and had to come up with an equaliser in the match to share the points. There hasn’t been a lot of goals between Spurs and Palace at White Hart Lane in recent meetings (all competitions). In the last four played there, there has been just a total of four goals having been netted. So you aren’t looking at a goal fest here but the looks of it and there is a price of even money on the game going under 2.5 goals which looks like some pretty decent value. Up in the Correct Score market you have a 1-0 Tottenham Correct Score punt which will return you a price of 6/1.

That was the scoreline in last season’s corresponding fixture and then Palace took a win there by the same scoreline in the FA Cup. A Palace 1-0 victory is a big 18/1 shot in comparison. So Spurs have lost just the one Premier League home game against Palace, which was back in 1997. Spurs have scored in all but one of their last six games against Palace in the top flight and you will be looking towards Harry Kane most likely in the anytime goalscorer market. He is actually on a three match scoreless streak in the top flight and he didn’t net any in his first six games of last term remember. Still he is a price of 5/6 in the anytime goalscorer market with Vincent Janssen at 11/10. Erik Lamela, who scored last week against Everton, has netted three and assisted four in his last seven Premier League games.

Well Crystal Palace suffered a big loss last weekend at home against West Brom. Big in terms of morale if not scoreline. They lost 1-0 and now that means during the 2016 calendar year in the Premier League, they have posted just a W2 D5 L13 record, which is frankly, awful. They have picked up fewer Premier League points than the relegated Norwich and Newcastle managed. They are not going well in London derby matches either with just five points earned from eight fixtures last season in the top flight. In the anytime goalscorer market for the game, Crystal Palace have Connor Wickham at a big 3/1 quote. That is an eleven match winless streak that they are on away from home in the top flight and this is tough game for them to pick themselves up in.

Tottenham v Crystal Palace Betting Odds

Tottenham 4/9, Draw 16/5, Crystal Palace 13/2

Tottenham v Crystal Palace Predictions

Crystal Palace must be pretty bottomed out by that loss on the opening weekend. That was their big chance to put a miserable 2016 behind them and they failed. Spurs looked as if they had another gear to get up into against Everton and should be a home banker in this one. Look for the game to go under 2.5 goals though, which looks great value.

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18th August 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Swansea

Swansea v Hull Betting Preview – Premier League 20th August

The Tigers pulled off a big shock on the opening weekend of the new Premier League season. Even with the loss of manager Steve Bruce and a massive injury list over the summer, they still managed to put three points in the bag against defending Premier League champions Leicester. So a huge positive for them, but Swansea also took a good win as they went to Burnley and recorded a 1-0 win, with a lot of money having been thrown at the Clarets to take them down. This should be a pretty tight and interesting clash in south Wales.

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Swansea v Hull Betting Tips

Hats off to Swansea who came through a tricky match against Burnley at Turf Moor last weekend, posting a 1-0 win in the match. The Swans had 17 attempts at goal in the match. So their season is up and running and they have now gone unbeaten in their last eight Premier League matches played in the month of August (W6 D2 L0). So they are good starters to new season and they have posted an unbeaten W2 D2 home record against Hull at the Liberty Stadium in all league competitions as well. So all is good there by the looks of it. Swansea have suffered just the one defeat in their last fifteen home games against Hull in the league and so the Welsh outfit are looking like some strong value in this one. Leroy Fer was the goalscorer against Burnley to give them the win that they deserved.

But new summer signing Fernando Llorente had a big impact in the game as he managed four attempts on target in the match. No other player in the top flight on Match Day One managed more than that. The Spaniard is a 7/5 option in the anytime goalscorer market for this one while Gylfi Sigurdsson is at 9/4. Sigurdsson is looking to score against his 21st different opponent in the Premier League, having faced Hull just once before. You can take a price of 4/7 on the game to go under 2.5 goals and that has happened in three of the four previous Premier League meetings between the two clubs. Swansea have scored in eight of their last nine Premier League home games and both teams to score in the fixture will return a price of 11/10 with online betting site Ladbrokes.

Hull was pretty much written off last weekend when they hosted defending Premier League champions Leicester. Hull had a bad summer, with boss Steve Bruce walking out on them and a jam-packed treatment room. Still, they managed to pull things together and take a shock 2-1 win against the Foxes which would have delighted bookmakers. Hull have been at the Liberty Stadium twice before for Premier League contests and they have taken a D1 L1 record away from that. Hull have never won their opening two matches of a top flight season ever before. Last weekend they became the first side to win a Premier League match since Man Utd over Liverpool in February 2012, without making a substitution. Hull are going to have to dig deep all season and the way that Swansea went about their positive business against Burnley, their defence may come under some big pressure.

Swansea v Hull Betting Odds

Swansea 8/11, Draw 5/2, Hull 4/1

Swansea v Hull Predictions

The form should be with the Swans in this one to put the win on the board. They were pretty positive last week and Llorente gives them something a little different up top in the air. Hull scored a huge win for themselves last weekend, but may come down to earth in this one. Back Swansea to continue their unbeaten streak at the Liberty in the Premier League against the Tigers. Home win and both teams to score has appeal.

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18th August 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Liverpool

Burnley v Liverpool Betting Preview – Premier League 20th August

Liverpool put in a pretty impressive attacking display to take down Arsenal at the Emirates in their opening fixture of the new Premier League season. However, there will remain question marks over their back line. But Burnley fans may be worried already having lost their home opener against Swansea last weekend. The Clarets lost just twice in the Championship at home last season and now they face a much tougher task to get points on the board there against Liverpool’s positive approach on Saturday.

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Burnley v Liverpool Betting Tips

Well after their opening defeat of the season, losing 1-0 at Turf Moor against Swansea, this certainly isn’t a fixture that the Clarets will be looking forward too. Burnley have lost all four previous Premier League games against Liverpool and have failed to score a single goal against them as well. Burnley built their promotion bid in the Championship last season on their home form where they lost just two home games all season. But there will be massive concerns after having opened with that loss against Swansea and potentially losing their second there as well with Liverpool coming this weekend. Not a good sign for survival. Burnley’s last nine Premier League games now have produced just the seven gaol in total and just two of those have been netted by the Clarets. Where are the goals going to come from for them this season? Under 2.5 goals for the visit of Liverpool is trading at 5/6 and the lower the goal count in the match, the closer Burnley will be to getting something out of it.

Andre Gray is their big goalscoring hope. He was fantastic in the second tier last season, but even he has only scored the one goal in his last ten league home matches. So Burnley’s woes in front of goal may well continue this season and Gray is a 9/4 anytime goalscorer option for this one. Will he be the one to break Burnley’s Premier League duck against Liverpool? The last time that Burnley posted a league home win over Liverpool was in September 1974 (D2 L5 since) and they haven’t hit the back of the net in any of their last six against the Reds. Liverpool are just one of two sides to have never conceded a premier League goal against Burnley (the other being Swansea). After having watched Liverpool pile four goal past Arsenal last weekend, Burnley are going to have to dig very deep for this one on the weekend.

Liverpool, who got off to a slow start against the Gunners, tirelessly worked and endeavoured for their 4-3 victory. A piece of magic from Philippe Coutinho set them on their way and then it was all about their pressing game and speed. So they look good going forward but boss Jurgen Klopp still has a big job on his hands it would seem to tighten up their defence. Sadio Mane who is a 6/4 anytime goalscorer option for this one, has netted 9 goals in his last 9 Premier League appearances and could be a great capture for the Reds. There are goals there for Liverpool through the likes of Roberto Firmino, Divock Origi and Daniel Sturridge and Liverpool’s last nine away games in the Premier League have contained 41 goals (4.6 per game on average). With no European duties this season they may well get in the title race. But will their defence be able to get them close enough to silverware? Both teams to score in this one is a price of even money.

Burnley v Liverpool Betting Odds

Liverpool 7/12, Draw 10/3, Burnley 6/1

Burnley v Liverpool Predictions

There has to be huge questions about Liverpool’s defence still, but they are still big value to go to Turf Moor and put a win on the board here. They are likely to put tremendous pressure on the Clarets back line and the hosts won’t be able to do too much about it. Home win but as three of Liverpool’s last four visits to Turf Moor have gone under 2.5 goals, swing that way as well.

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18th August 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Stoke

Stoke v Manchester City Betting Preview – Premier League 20th August

There was an upset in this corresponding fixture last season when the Potters put a victory on the board over the Citizens. But they go as underdogs on home soil for this season’s coming together with Manchester City. Stoke opened with a draw against the newly promoted Middlesbrough, while Manchester City banked a win in Pep Guardiola’s opening Premier League fixture, knocking off Sunderland 2-1. City were rampant in midweek at Steaua Bucharest in the UEFA Champions League play off round, thumping the Romanians 5-0.

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Stoke v Manchester City Betting Tips

Well given the recent history between these two in the Potteries, this could be a tricky test for Manchester City. Stoke and City have traded two wins each in the last four meetings and from Stoke’s perspective that is a big increase in output having won just one of their previous twelve against them. Stoke won this fixture last season, putting a 2-0 victory on the board in a bit of a shock result. How they would love a repeat of that after having opened with a slightly disappointing 1-1 draw away at Middlesbrough last weekend. Five of Stoke’s last seven home games against Manchester City have ended in a draw and that could be a bit of a tempter on this one. Stoke would probably be pretty happy with that and a 1-1 correct score option for the game fetches you in a price of 6/1, the shortest priced option in the market.

So Stoke have been defeated in just one of their eight previous Premier League home games against Manchester City now. So how will they fare at the Bet365 Stadium this time around? If you take out Man City’s 4-1 win in here in 2015, of the other seven games, then Stoke have only conceded the four goals against the Citizens. So it is pretty solid and Peter Crouch has netted three goals in his last four home games against the Citizens and he can be backed at 3/1 in the anytime goalscorer market. The Potters have lost each of their last three home games in the league played in the month of August though and each of those losses came by a 1-0 scoreline. You can have a crack at a Manchester City 1-0 correct score for a price of 7/1. Considering that City have scored in just one of their last three visits there, it may be a decent option.

Manchester City opened their Premier League campaign this season with a 2-1 win over Sunderland at the Etihad. It wasn’t the most creative of performances though but they were sharp and ruthless in beating Steaua Bucharest 5-0 in the Champions League Play Off first leg tie in midweek. Sergio Aguero scored three goals in the game and missed two penalties as well. Aguero has scored six goals in six previous Premier League matches against Stoke and is 3/1 first goalscorer favourite for this match. City are only going to get better and better with each game under Pep Guardiola and as a club manager, he posted a W30 D4 L2 record in his last 36 games. Considering their struggles to put wins and goals on the board at the Bet365 Stadium, this is a good test for them.

Stoke v Manchester City Betting Odds

Stoke 4/6, Draw 11/4, Stoke 4/1

Stoke v Manchester City Predictions

The Potters have done pretty decently against Manchester City in their previous Premier League home games against them. However, the way that City played in midweek was very impressive, even with it being against low-quality opposition, they really got to play to Aguero’s strengths and City are carrying enough threat to post a rare win on the board at Stoke.

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