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Premier League Betting

Man City v West Brom Betting Preview
The Citizens have gone off the boil at the wrong time of the season and saw their Premier League title dreams slip through their fingers in a home draw against Sunderland in the week. The Baggies, still with a game in hand over almost everyone beneath them, still have to be a bit concerned about relegation.

Man City v West Brom Betting Odds at online bookmaker Boylesports
Man City 2/9, Draw 6/1, West Brom 11/1

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Man City v West Brom Betting Tips:
This should be a winnable home game for the Citizens, but they were expected to do the number on Sunderland during the week. That didn’t happen. So now they are realistically out of the title picture, so will just have to push towards confirming a top three finish and prepare for next season. They start this one as favourites as they have only lost the one home game this term and have netted at an average of 3.4 goals per game at the Etihad. Pretty immense and they have only conceded 0.75 per game too. Top stats all around. As 75% of their home games have gone over 2.5 goals this season, would shoot for that at a price of 1/3 there. City pretty much have nothing left to play for now so they will probably relax into this one.

Sergio Aguero has netted three goals in four EPL games against West Brom. Aguero is trading at a price of 1/2 in the anytime goalscorer market, with Alvaro Negredo and Edin Dzeko both at 4/5. The Citizens have only won one of their last four Premier League matches, but will be expected to land three points here. The last time that they went two Premier League home games without a win was back in December of 2012. They have only failed to score in one of their last 66 Premier League home games and in that run, they have netted 177 times. Something has happened to their defence though as they have conceded seven goals in their last four league matches and that was after posting five clean sheets on the bounce prior to that.

But are the Baggies strong enough to capitalize on any weakness at the back from City? The Baggies have only won one of their last four, like City have. They definitely haven’t been a good away side this term as they have won just three times on the road, but two of those wins have come in their last three games outside of the Hawthorns. The Baggies are unbeaten in their last three and have continued their penchant for drawing matches. Two of their last three games have ended in 3-3 draws which doesn’t say much about their defence. They blew a 3-0 lead at home against Tottenham last weekend. City should be able to punish them therefore. They have only taken away two points from six previous Premier League matches at the Etihad so certainly are not any bankers there to grab a win. Even though they have a game in hand, they aren’t out of the relegation weeds just yet.

Prediction
Should be a fairly routine home win, especially after the Citizens slipped up at home during the week. You have to imagine that there will be a response from them there. City won 3-2 at the Hawthorns earlier in the season and would expect them to do the double. May be worth pushing the boat out to over 3.5 goals for a price of 5/6

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Form (all competitions)
Man City WWDWLD, West Brom LWLDWD

Stat Attack
Sergio Aguero has 3 goals in 4 EPL games against the Baggies
West Brom have taken a D2 L4 record from six Premier League visits to the Etihad
WBA have taken six points from their last three away games in the league
City have conceded seven goals in their last four games


April 19th, 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Premier League Betting

Everton v Manchester United Betting Preview
Plenty at stake at Goodison Park on Sunday as Everton look to hustle Arsenal out of fourth place at the end of the season. They slipped up badly in the week though and now have to try and find a response against the Premier League’s best away side this season. Yes, that is United.

Everton v Manchester United Betting Odds at online bookmaker Paddy Power
Everton 7/5, Man Utd 19/10, Draw 12/5

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Everton v Manchester United Betting Tips:
The Toffees need a big performance here after slipping to a 3-2 defeat at Goodison against Crystal Palace in the week. That was a costly upset after winning their last seven top flight matches prior to that, a run which had taken them up into fourth. So now their mettle will be tested. They are favourites for the match and they managed a 1-0 win at Old Trafford earlier in the season. So the Toffees really need the three points here to keep pressuring Arsenal. It they do get a win then it will be the first time since the 1969-70 season that they have managed to do the double over the Red Devils. Some unusually slack defending cost them against Palace in the week, and that flew in the face of their home form for the season, having posted a W12 D3 L2 record, so they have been one of the better home sides this term. Everton have conceded under a goal per game at home this season and have scored at an average of two per game. That should indicate goals and over 2.5 goals looks a great option at 5/6 with Paddy Power.

Heading up the anytime goalscorer market is Romelu Lukaku, who has only played one home game in the top flight against Manchester United so far in the Premier League. It was a good one though, as he netted a hat trick for West Brom in that thrilling 5-5 draw on the final day of the 2012/13 season. Lukaku is trading at a price of 11/8 to net at anytime during the game, but Steven Naismith could be worth a look too at a price of 2/1. He always seems to be in the right place at the right time and is returning well. You can expect Everton to turn on the attacking power in this one. But United have something to play for here, as they are taking a shot at the Europa League next season. They are in a scrap with Spurs for sixth place and a Europa League spot (seventh place could actually do it if Arsenal finish fifth and win the FA Cup). The Red Devils head into the weekend three points behind Spurs but have a game in hand over the Lilywhites and a fantastic goal difference advantage.

Manchester United have struggled against Everton at Goodison recently though, having only won one of their last five visits there in the Premier League (D2 L2). So it’s not an easy game for them. They have only won three of their last eight league games against the Toffees too, and that has been a turnaround as they won 21 of the 26 meetings before that. Manchester United have been good on the road this season though, as no-one has picked up more away points than they have. They have also won their last four away games on the bounce, keeping clean sheets in their last five. So they have the form to pick up maximum points in this one against the odds. They have netted eleven goals in their last four outside of Old Trafford. Wayne Rooney is expected to be back fit to play, but he has only scored 4 goals in 15 Premier League appearances against his former club. They need a bit of fire from him.

Prediction
This should be a highly entertaining affair and you wonder how much that home loss against Palace will have affected Everton. It could be a prime chance to bank on United’s away form continuing in this one and there have been signs of more spirit from the Red Devils and are a tempting 19/10 price to grab the win.

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Form (all competitions)
Everton WWWWWL, Man Utd WLWDWL

Stat Attack
United have won one of their last five Premier League matches at Goodison
No-one has picked up more away points in the EPL than United have this season
United have won three of their last eight Premier League games against Everton
Wayne Rooney has scored more Sunday Premier League goals than any other player


April 18th, 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Premier League Betting

Norwich v Liverpool Betting Preview
Can the Canaries manage something special here, not only to try and stave off the threat of relegation, but also to throw a spanner in Liverpool’s title ambitions? Liverpool are steaming along to the Premier League title, can they extend their remarkable winning run?

Norwich v Liverpool Betting Odds at online bookmaker Betfair
Liverpool 4/11, Draw 4/1, Norwich 7/1

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Norwich v Liverpool Betting Tips:
The Canaries are in a whole heap of trouble hovering just above the relegation zone. They have lost their last three on the bounce and face a side in the top seven in each of their remaining games. Quite how they are going to get out of this mess after sacking Chris Hughton too, is a mystery. The Canaries have lost eight and won none of their last nine Premier League games against Liverpool, and in each of the last three meetings they have conceded five in each. Naturally worth going to have a look over 2.5 goals on the basis of that alone, a betting option which is trading at a price of 2/5 with Betfair. However, it may not be as cut and dry as that, as the Canaries have been defensively sound on the large part at Carrow Road.

Norwich have only conceded 13 home goals in the Premier League this season, a better home defensive record than Liverpool. Actually only three teams have done better in the top flight. They have lost just one of their last six at Carrow Road in the League, and have kept clean sheets in five of their last seven there. They just lack a punch going forward and have failed to score in any of their last three games in the top flight. Norwich have averaged under a goal per game at home this season and have conceded at a rate of just 0.75 goals per game. Just 23% of their home games in the top flight have gone over 2.5 goals. Could they trip up Liverpool though?

Luis Suarez has netted 11 goals in five Premier League matches with Norwich and he is the obvious target in the anytime goalscorer market at 1/2. He has helped Liverpool to already amass more goals than they have ever done so in a single Premier League season. Their 3-2 win over Man City last weekend put them in touch of the league title, and there really should only be one more hurdle to come for them in the form of Chelsea on April 27th. They can’t be complacent though. Brendan Rodgers’ men have won their last five away games on the bounce, showing some good fighting character along the way. 82% of their away games have gone over 2.5 goals this season and even though neither Daniel Sturridge or Luis Suarez has scored in the last two games, they still produced wins. Those are the only two wins this season for Liverpool where neither of the front men scored in.

Prediction
Hard to see Liverpool losing this one, but Norwich at home can be a tough nut to crack. Liverpool are on that ten match winning streak and only once before have they won 11 games in a row in a single season. It’s a run waiting to snap. However, given Norwich’s lack of goals may just shoot for a Liverpool to win to nil bet for a price of 7/4.

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Form (all competitions)
Norwich DLWLLL, Liverpool WWWWWW

Stat Attack
Norwich have lost eight and won none of their last nine EPL games against Liverpool
Luis Suarez has scored 11 goals in 5 EPL appearances against Norwich
Liverpool have scored 5 goals in each of their last 3 games against the Canaries
Norwich have kept 5 clean sheets in their last seven home matches


April 18th, 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Premier League Betting

Chelsea v Sunderland Betting Preview
Well the Black Cats threw a spanner in the works of Man City’s title hopes in the week by taking a 2-2 draw at the Etihad. Can they ruin Chelsea’s title ambitions too within the space of a few days, or will Chelsea continue their fine home form and keep up the pressure on Liverpool?

Chelsea v Sunderland Betting Odds at online bookmaker Ladbrokes
Chelsea 1/5, Draw 6/1, Sunderland 14/1

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Chelsea v Sunderland Betting Tips:
The Blues have been in fine home form this season, going unbeaten with a W15 D2 record. They have won their last five on the bounce as well at the Bridge, and all of those have come with a clean sheet in tow. They have actually kept clean sheets in each of their last six home games. They have managed to hang in the title race despite wobbles on the road recently, and need a win here to keep tabs on Liverpool. Anything less than a win and their title ambitions could be shot. The Blues have won 17 of their last 18 Premier League meetings with Sunderland, so no real concerns for them from history. The Chelsea defence is probably going to be lean enough to keep them in touch, as they have only conceded nine home goals all season. A Chelsea to win to nil wager is trading at a price of 8/11 with Ladbrokes, as it seems quite likely.

Mourinho’s men are the only unbeaten home side in the top four English divisions this season, so hard not to back them. Demba Ba may be worth a look in the anytime goalscorer market having netted four in his last five (in all competitions). He has kept their season alive and is trading at a price of 3/4 to find the back of the net on Saturday. Chelsea have averaged almost 2.5 goals per game but would probably look under for this one as the Blues just need to get the job done at this point. Under 2.5 goals is trading at 11/8. They may still be missing Eden Hazard for this one too, a big influence in goals for the Blues. The Belgian netted a brace to help Chelsea edge a 4-3 win at the Stadium of Light earlier in the season. There will also be conservation of energy in mind ahead of their Champions League match next week against Atletico Madrid.

Sunderland showed a bit of fight at the Etihad in the week, not afraid to attack Man City and got a good draw out of it. That has been their only point from their last six matches though, and while they’ll show some spirit, will they have enough to stop the Chelsea home machine? For starters they have failed to score in six of their last nine at Stamford Bridge as it is. For a team averaging less than a goal per game this season, a win doesn’t look likely. Gus Poyet’s men still have big problems, six points adrift of safety and with just one game in hand. It has been a haul of just two points from the last possible 27 for the Black Cats now and they have won just the three on the road all season long. They haven’t won any of their last five away from the Stadium of Light in the League (D1 L4).

Prediction
There were spirited performance sat Liverpool and Man City recently on the road from Sunderland. But breaking down a tough Chelsea defence looks a big ask and this should just be a routine win for Chelsea. Would consider that Chelsea to win to nil for a price of 8/11 with Ladbrokes.

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Form (all competitions)
Chelsea WLLWWW, Sunderland LLLLLD

Stat Attack
Sunderland have failed to score in 6 of their last 9 games at the Bridge
Chelsea have lost one of their last 18 EPL matches against Sunderland
The Blues have conceded just nine home goals this season
The Black Cats are without a win in five on the road


April 18th, 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Aaron Ramsey (Arsenal)

Arsenal v West Ham Betting Preview
After their big effort in the FA Cup semi final on Saturday, it is straight back into action for Arsenal, as they try and muscle their way back into the top four in the Premier League. They are without a win in four in the top flight though, and West Ham will be fancying their chances of at least stealing a point away from the London derby.

Arsenal v West Ham Betting Odds at online bookmaker Paddy Power
Arsenal 4/9, Draw 10/3, West Ham 13/2

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Arsenal v West Ham Betting Tips:
Big game for the Gunners now, who lost fourth place to Everton on the weekend as they were entertaining themselves in the FA Cup. Arsenal are now two points adrift of fourth place and in some worrying league form. Arsenal have won just one of their last six in the top flight (D2 L3) and their struggles to get into the game at Wembley against Wigan won’t have given their fans a lot of hope for a top four finish this term. Still, Arsenal are in some good form against the Hammers, having won their last seven on the bounce against their fellow Londoners. Will tiredness from extra time at Wembley be an issue for them in this game? Arsenal probably will be backed here, because they have been good at home this term, suffering just the one loss in a W10 D5 L1 record.

Arsenal have drawn three of their last four league games at the Emirates though, and leaning towards a draw may tempt punters. Going to be worth looking at over 2.5 goals in this one probably at 8/13 because the last four meetings between the two sides have gone that way. The Gunners won 3-1 at Upton Park earlier in the season, their seventh win on the bounce against the Hammers in all competition. In the anytime goalscorer market, Olivier Giroud is at 5/6, with Lukas Podolski, who scored against the Hammers earlier in the season at 6/4. Wouldn’t necessarily look at Arsenal to come out of this one with a clean sheet though, because their defence has been leaking badly lately and there should be enough fight coming from West Ham to trouble the scoreboard at the Emirates. Both teams to score is trading up at a price of 8/11 with Paddy Power for this one.

West Ham’s last three games in the top flight have all been settled by a 2-1 scoreline, winning two and losing one. Sam Allardyce’s men have seen some improvement, especially after the return to form of Andy Carroll up front. Carroll, who is hoping to be part of the England squad for the 2014 World Cup, is trading at 2/1 in the anytime goalscorer market with Kevin Nolan at 11/4. The Hammers did win their last away match (2-1 at Sunderland, but have been pretty poor on the road this season in general with a W4 D4 L8 record. They have posted a W2 L2 record in their last four outside of Upton Park. West Ham have failed to score in four of their last five visits to Arsenal though, but they should be able to cause the Gunners’ defence some aerial problem on Tuesday night.

Prediction
Arsenal should rightly have some clear favouritism in this one, as they are a better side than the Hammers, and no-one is debating that. However, you can expect some fighting spirit to come from the Hammers and would simply take an Arsenal to win and both teams to score wager at 15/8.

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Form (all competitions)
Arsenal WLDDLD, West Ham LLLWWL

Stat Attack
ARsenal have won their last seven matches against West Ham
The Hammers have failed to score in four of their last five visits to the Emirates
Arsenal have won just one of their last six Premier League games
West Ham’s last three league games have ended in a 2-1 scoreline (two wins, one loss)


April 13th, 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Betfair

There is a big promotion running for your Liverpool v Man City betting at online betting site Betfair. The bookie is offering their Cashback Extra promotion on the game, so once again it means your cashback, your call.

This great offer allows customers to pick their own cash back refund trigger, so you are not going to be boxed into just the one that the bookmaker sets. You can make your own decisions as to what insurance policy you are going to best served with in the match on Sunday.

What a massive match it is as well, with the Premier League title on the line. A win for the Reds at Anfield should just about seal the deal in terms of the title heading to them, but if Brendan Rodgers’ men fail to win, then the door will still be wide open for Man City and even at a stretch, Chelsea.

Head to online betting site Betfair and pick your own personal cash back refund trigger from the list

• Goal in the first 10 minutes

• Man City win the match (matching Paddy Power)

• Luis Suarez scores first in the match

• Daniel Sturridge scores first in the match

• Sergio Aguero scores first in the match

If your refund trigger does get activated in the game (90 minutes plus injury time) then Betfair will refund your first bet placed before kick on the First Goalscorer, Last Goalscorer or Anytime Goalscorer markets. So plenty of great coverage available for your Liverpool v Man City betting and the maximum refund is up to £25 per customer.


April 12th, 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions

Frank Lampard (Chelsea)

Swansea v Chelsea Betting Preview
All of the title focus will be on Anfield this weekend, but despite what happens there, Chelsea will be looking at least to keep themselves in the hunt. The Blues, after their dramatic Champions League quarter final win, head to Swansea in search of an important three points.

Swansea v Chelsea Betting Odds at online bookmaker Bet365
Chelsea 3/4, Draw 13/5, Swansea 15/4

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Swansea v Chelsea Betting Tips:
The season for the Swans has been a bit of a bust, and they have slumped to a position of just six points above the drop zone. That’s probably going to be enough at the end of the day to survive, but it has been a disappointing term for them. The Swans have only won one of their last eight in the league, but that was their last home game, a 3-0 victory over Norwich. They have actually won three and lost only one of their last five home games, and in each of those three wins, they did put up a clean sheet. It is their home form which has been keeping them afloat, because they have been terrible on the road. April has never been kind to them, having won just one of their previous 10 EPL games in the month of April.

Swansea don’t like Sunday’s either because they have gone 10 Sunday matches in a row now without having picked up a win (D4 L6). Their top scorer is Wilfried Bony who is priced at 5/2 in the anytime goalscorer market. Actually ‘Own Goals’ has been Swansea’s top scorer this season, which says a lot about them. The Welsh outfit have drawn their last three home games in a row against Chelsea in all competitions, so they could have enough to throw another spanner in Chelsea’s title works. Seeing them get a win on the board does look to be a bit of stretch, but frustrating Chelsea and the game going under 2.5 goals does look a viable option at a price of 3/4.

Chelsea have won three and lost none of their five previous Premier League meetings with Swansea (D2). The Blues’ title hopes have gone to pieces on the road lately, having lost their last two away games at Aston Villa and Crystal Palace. Frankly they really have nothing left to lose in this one, so there’s no point in sitting back. They are the third wheel in the title race. Incidentally, Jose Mourinho has never suffered three consecutive away defeats in a single season before. Worryingly for the Blues though, they failed to score in those last two away games against stubborn defences, and again highlights their lack of genuine strike power. They will be missing top scorer Eden Hazard for this one through injury as well. Samuel Eto’o is back and Even money favourite in the anytime goalscorer market.

Prediction
Unlike Swansea, Chelsea are a great Sunday team, having won 11 and drawn one of their last 12 games played on that day. They have stuttered lately, but are spirited and should avoid defeat at the worst. At this point, would just back the Blues for an outright, low-scoring win.

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Form (all competitions)
Swansea DLLDWL, Chelsea WWLLWW

Stat Attack
Swansea have won three and lost one of their last five home league games
Swansea’s last three home wins have all been with a clean sheet
Chelsea are undefeated in five previous Premier League games with Swansea
Chelsea have won their last nine games in a row played on a Sunday

 


April 11th, 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Joe Hart (England)

Liverpool v Manchester City Betting Preview
Here it is then frankly, Liverpool’s chance to put one hand firmly on the league title. They entertain their biggest threat to topping the league at Anfield on Sunday, as Manchester City will be hoping to close the gap on the Reds and take over favouritism themselves. Liverpool hold a four point advantage going into the game, but City still have two games in hand. Lose this, and City could be chasing shadows.

Liverpool v Manchester City Betting Odds at online bookmaker Paddy Power
Liverpool 7/5, Man City 15/8, Draw 13/5

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Liverpool v Manchester City Betting Tips:
Can Liverpool build on to what they have in their hands? The Reds are now running on a fourteen match unbeaten streak, and a nine match winning streak in the top flight. Hard to argue with that, and last Sunday they kept the form going with a gritty win at West Ham, courtesy of two penalty kicks from Steven Gerrard. The Reds do have some form here as they have won all four home meetings with other members of the top seven this season. In those four matches they have scored 14 and conceded just the one. Big form, but they will be looking to get some revenge for a 2-1 defeat they suffered at the Etihad against Man City on Boxing Day last year. A victory here and it is hard to see the Reds letting the title slip. Can they handle the pressure and deliver?

They of course have the in-form Luis Suarez at 6/4 in the anytime goalscorer market and Daniel Sturridge at 13/8. The only strike duo who has scored more than them two (49) in a single Premier League season is Andy Cole and Peter Beardsley back in the 1993-94 season (55). The S&S are on track to beat that. They also have Steven Gerrard of course and no player in the top flight has scored more goals from dead ball situations, and no players has provided more assists from dead ball situations than him. So it is five home wins on the trot now for Liverpool, unbeaten in their last thirteen, twelve of those having been won. They aren’t a side to be messed with at home and they have averaged 3 goals per game at Anfield. Naturally going to be worth looking over 2.5 goals for this one then at a price of 8/15. The last four meetings, and the last two at Anfield have all gone over. Usually top clashes like this are cagey, but you can see these two going hammer and tongs at each other.

The last three meetings between the two in all competitions at Anfield have ended in a draw, a result which would suit City better in the long run. Sergio Aguero has netted in five successive Premier League appearances and has netted six in his last six league away games too. Aguero is reportedly ready to return to action, and is priced at 6/4 in the anytime goalscorer market, with teammates Edin Dzeko, Alvaro Negredo and midfield powerhouse Yaya Toure at 2/1. They have the firepower and they are in good away form, having gone unbeaten in their last ten away from the Etihad, winning seven of those. Defensively, City are the more sound of the two sides and they have come back into some good goalscoring form at the right time it looks like.

This is a clash between the two highest scoring sides in the Premier League this season, so expect goals and it will be worth dipping into the Both Teams To Score market. The Citizens though haven’t enjoyed a lot of success at Anfield in the Premier League. Of their previous sixteen EPL visits there, they have only ever come away with the one win and that was back in 2003. They are good enough to avoid defeat and perhaps worth a Draw No Bet punt, but can they get rare away win on Merseyside?

Prediction
If Man City’s record was better here, there may be big value in them. This can really go either way and hopefully we see an attack fest. Can see a lot of value in a Liverpool Draw No Bet for coverage at 4/6 with Paddy Power.

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Form (all competitions)
Liverpool WWWWWW, Man CIty LWWWDW

Stat Attack
Liverpool have won all four home meetings with top seven sides so far
Man City have only won one of sixteen previous EPL visits to Anfield
These are the highest scoring two sides in this season’s League, a combined 174 goals
Seven of the last nine meetings in all competitions have gone over 2.5 goals


April 11th, 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Paddy Power

The big game on the Premier League calendar this weekend is of course the meeting at Anfield, as Liverpool v Man City betting takes centre stage. That is the big battle for the Premier League title and a game of massive implications.

The Reds, head into the weekend at the top of the table with a four point lead over third placed Man City, and just a two point lead over Chelsea. While the Reds are in the driving seat and have won their previous four games against other top seven sides at home this season, failure to win here could open the door for the Citizens.

Man City still have those two games in hand over Brendan Rodgers’ outfit and would be favourites if they avoid defeat at Anfield. But City have only won one of their sixteen previous Premier League visits to Anfield. The away side are trading at 15/8 with Paddy Power to win the game, against the 7/5 price on Liverpool.

If Manchester City beat Liverpool on Sunday, then online betting site Paddy Power will pay out last stake refunds as free bets on the Correct Score, Scorecast, First Goalscorer and Last Goalscorer markets on the game.

Huge promotion and it could be a costly one for them if the Citizens, who are in good away form, snatch the three points. New customers registering an account with Paddy Power can get up to a free £50 bet as a welcome bonus too.


April 11th, 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Felix Magath (Fulham)

Fulham v Norwich Betting Preview
A relegation scrap on the cards here now and the struggling Whites will be eying up a big shot at survival here. They take on the slumping Norwich who booted out boss Chris Hughton at a crucial time of the season. Will Fulham be able to take advantage of that and close the gap to the Canaries to just two points?

Fulham v Norwich Betting Odds at online bookmaker Betfair
Fulham 11/10, Draw 5/2, Norwich 23/10

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Fulham v Norwich Betting Tips:
If they can produce back to back wins after winning at Aston Villa last week, Fulham may be believing that they can pull themselves out of the weeds here. Norwich are one place and five points above them, so a massive game for the Whites at home here. The defence of Fulham has been horrible this season, but Felix Magath’s men have at least shown a bit of fight by winning two of their last four. However, Magath has collected seven points in first seven games, two fewer than the man he replaced, Rene Mulensteen managed. Their home season record looks pretty terrible across the board at W4 D1 L11. Interestingly, none of Fulham’s last 45 games have ended goalless, which is the longest current run of all Premier League teams.

So expect a result to come. Fulham have only drawn three games this season too. Fulham have won five and lost none of seven previous Premier League meetings with the Canaries, and in that run of games have conceded just the three goals in total. So that is on their side and it is probably worth looking over 2.5 goals in this one at a price of 5/6 because most of Fulham’s home games (75% of them) have actually done so. If Premier League matches ended at half time this season, Fulham would be in 16th place, while Norwich would be down in 19th. Could be worth pushing for a Fulham half time win for a price of 9/5 as a shot for some value. Fulham have become the first team in the history of the EPL to use as many as 38 different players this season. Would avoid the goalscorer markets in this one as it is just too random.

The Canaries have won one of their last six played in the league now (D1 L4) so clearly not in any great form. The goals have dried up again, having failed to score in their last two and they are side in trouble. More so if they manage to lose this one. They have been terrible on the road, having lost their six in a row. They have also lost all three Premier League games at Craven Cottage so far, conceding a total of 13 goals in the process. The limits of Norwich’s squad can be summed up in the fact that they have made 83 substitutions this season and of all those changes, it has produced just one goal all term. Wouldn’t expect the Canaries to come out firing in this one whatsoever, it just isn’t there for them, and the disruption of losing their manager with just five games to go (three of them on the road including trips to Man Utd and Chelsea) could be costly.

Prediction
There is actually a decent shot at the Whites getting a win on the board here. This would be the perfect time for them to strike as it looks like Norwich are the ones who are most likely to suffer relegation as opposed to them. Have a shot at a Fulham outright win.

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Form (all competitions)
Fulham LLWLLW, Norwich LDLWLL

Stat Attack
Fulham have won five and lost none of seven previous EPL meetings with Norwich
Norwich have lost all three Premier League games at Craven Cottage so far
Fulham have failed to attempt a single shot on target in three league games this season
The Canaries have lost their last six away games on the bounce


April 11th, 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting










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