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Championship Betting

QPR v Wigan Betting Preview
After a somewhat predictable 0-0 draw at the DW in the first leg of the play off semi final, Rangers and the Latics square off again, in what is likely to be another tight affair. The winner will be facing up against Derby County in the final, just ninety minutes away from playing Premier League football next season.

QPR v Wigan Betting Odds at online bookmaker Bet365
QPR 13/10, Draw 9/4, Wigan 5/2

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QPR v Wigan Betting Tips:
These two continued their tight, low scoring history as no-one could break the deadlock at the DW stadium. QPR were second best to Wigan, mostly sitting on the back foot and not looking ready to give anything away. QPR have play off history against them really, after a fourth placed finish in the Championship. Not for sixteen years has the team finish fourth managed to gain promotion to top flight through the play offs. Despite Rangers boss Harry Redknapp saying that his side would go on the attack, they didn’t, they couldn’t really get in the game, as Wigan dominated, Charlie Austin cutting a lone figure up top for the R’s. Austin is still trading as 6/5 favourite in the anytime goalscorer market for the return leg back at Loftus Road. Rangers did win the home fixture against Wigan 1-0 and the R’s are unbeaten in their last six meetings with the Latics.

However, Rangers have only won two of those last six meetings, draws being a prominent feature between these two. Now from thirteen previous meetings, seven of them have been drawn and there has now been just the one goal in the last three played between them. Only three of the previous thirteen meetings have gone over 2.5 goals, so worth looking under obviously for a price of 4/7. Rangers clearly were more concerned about not conceding rather than pushing for the win in the first leg. There really is still everything to play for here, but QPR are unbeaten their last seven league games at Loftus Road (W4 D3) which included that 1-0 triumph over Wigan. QPR have also scored in each of their last 12 home league matches.

Wigan didn’t drop any points from leading positions on the road during the regular Championship season, the only side to do so. However, they only managed to pick up one win in their last five away games for the season, which has to cast a bit of doubt on them. In six previous visits to Loftus road, the Latics have only ever managed one win (D2 L3) so it hasn’t been happy hunting ground for them before. From those six matches at Rangers, Wigan have only scored four goals. Again, huge indicators that this is going to be another low-scoring, tight affair. They are likely to be missing top scoring Nick Powell again, who is suffering from illness and hamstring problems. That will leave focus on Jordi Gomez a 4/1 shot in the anytime goalscorer market.

Prediction
The Latics probably missed their chance on home turf in the first leg. Rangers haven’t given up much at home for a while now and the Latics, especially without Nick Powell are likely to fall to a narrow defeat. Would look for the positive value in the home side.

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Form (all competitions)
QPR WDWDWD, Wigan WLLWLD

Stat Attack
QPR are unbeaten in their last seven league home games
Wigan have scored just four goals in six visits to Loftus Road
QPR are unbeaten in six against the Latics
Wigan have won just one of six previous visits to QPR


11th May 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Championship Betting

Premier League Betting

Manchester City v West Ham Betting Preview
It is all in their own control now. The citizens only need to avoid defeat in this one to be crowned the kings of England for the second time in three years. The stats all point to there being little drama on championship Sunday and it should be party time at the Etihad.

Manchester City v West Ham Betting Odds at online bookmaker Paddy Power
Man City 1/8, Draw 8/1, West Ham 14/1

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Manchester City v West Ham Betting Tips:
The Citizens have won their last four on the bounce. It has been good enough form, combined with Liverpool throwing away points, to put them in touching distance of the Premier League title. They head to the weekend with a two point lead over Liverpool, and because of a far superior goal difference to that of the Reds, Manuel Pellegrini’s men can get out of this one with a draw and still be crowned champions. They reached the 100 goals for the season mark during the week in a 4-0 home win over Aston Villa. Edin Dzeko was the man again, netting another brace. He is looking great value 8/11 in the anytime goalscorer market, especially with Sergio Aguero an injury doubt. Dzeko has really stepped up to be the man in their title chase, and Man City should have enough to open up the Hammers defence, there’s enough depth to get this done.

The stats, as mentioned, heavily favour Man City, who have lost just one of their last 13 matches in the Premier League against West Ham (W9 D3). Not only that, the Citizens have only lost two of their 25 on home turf against the Hammers. So even if you took the importance of the league title off this game, then punters would still be flocking to back City for a comfortable win in this fixture. Interestingly, of the six games that Man City have lost in the league this season, four of them have happened on a Sunday. Is there likely to be another Sunday twist to give Liverpool hope? Probably not. No one has won more home points (49) than Man City have this season and they are unbeaten in their last six at the Etihad. Back on April 13th, when City lost at Anfield and followed that up with a draw at the Etihad against Sunderland, Man City looked second best in the title race. But it has all swung back in their favour, and with having scored three or more goals in three of their last four matches, it should all turn out rosy for Pellegrini’s men.

Are West Ham likely to offer much in this one? They aren’t in great form, certainly not good enough to suggest that they will cause an upset at the Etihad. The Hammers have taken four defeats in their last five league games, a four match losing streak being snapped last weekend with a home win over Tottenham. Goals have been hard to come by for the Londoners having only netted four in their last five games, and on the road they have averaged just 0.8 per game. West Ham have only put four away wins on the board all season, and away from Upton Park they have lost four of their last five. Andy Carroll has a decent record against City, having scored 5 Premier LEague goals against them. He is trading at a price of 5/1 in the anytime goalscorer market, West Ham’s shortest priced option. Says a lot about their chances. With only two wins and 20 defeats in their last 25 visits to the Citizens, the Londoners aren’t going to have a lot of backing.

Prediction
It should be all City. West Ham aren’t carrying the form to trouble them. They took a while to break down Villa in the week and that may happen again against the Hammers. They should get there in the end though and as there is no value in the outright market so back them to win to nil for a decent price of even money.

Form (all competitions)
Man City LDWWWW, West Ham WLLLLW

Stat Attack
City have lost one of their last 13 EPL meetings with West Ham
The Hammers have won two of their last 25 away games at City
Four of City’s six losses this season have happened on a Sunday
West Ham have won one point in their seven matches against the current top four


8th May 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Premier League Betting

Cardiff v Chelsea Betting Preview
Jose Mourinho’s first season back at Stamford Bridge will see them end empty handed. Some dodgy form over their last eight games left them short in the title race and will likely have to settle for third. It’s all relative of course, as Cardiff fared a lot worse, dropping down to the Championship

Cardiff v Chelsea Betting Odds at online bookmaker Bet365
Chelsea 4/11, Draw 15/4, Cardiff 15/2

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Cardiff v Chelsea Betting Tips:
The Welsh outfit just didn’t have the quality at the end of the day and so Ole Gunnar Solskjaer gets a taste of relegation in his first stint in managerial life in England. The best that they can for now is a bit of pride in not finishing rock bottom. That is where they start the weekend, but while they are only three points behind third from bottom Norwich, they are worse off in the goal difference department. A draw would see them finish level on points with second from bottom Fulham if Felix Magath’s men lose against Crystal Palace, but again, worse goal difference on Cardiff’s end, would mean that Fulham would need to lose heavily (by five goals) for Cardiff to leapfrog them. So Cardiff will only move up with a win. Can they do it? Well, for starters they haven’t beaten Chelsea at home since February 1963 in league encounters. There have only been five matches since then, with the Bluebirds drawing one and losing four.

Cardiff took a shock lead at Stamford Bridge when the two sides met earlier in the season. Chelsea ran rampant through in their comeback, winning 4-1. Cardiff have posted a W5 D5 L8 record at home this season, but are without a win in the Welsh Capital in their last three (D1 L2). The Bluebirds have only averaged just barely over a goal per game at home this season, while having conceded almost two per game. Big issues there of course, and with 61% of their home games this season having gone over 2.5 goals then would look over against here for a price of 8/15 with Bet365. You would expect the Bluebirds to show a lot of fight in their final game of the season in front of their home crowd. But they have shipped seven goals without reply in their last two Premier League matches and the best that they could probably get is a draw.

Chelsea have had their issues breaking down sides this season. Dropped points against Villa, Palace, Sunderland and Norwich have decimated their title challenge. Mourinho’s men have won their last two matches on the road, with clean sheet victories at Swansea and of course Liverpool. You can be guaranteed that they will have the most chances of the game at Cardiff, but will they be able to convert? Samuel Eto’o scored his first Premier League goal for Chelsea against Cardiff earlier in the season, but he has yet to score a single away goal. Demba Ba has scored in each of Chelsea’s last two away games, so is probably better value as an Even money shot in the anytime goalscorer market. Hard to gauge the interest of Chelsea in this one. The Blues, on paper, should be winning this one at a canter, but you can’t see them playing with more passion than Cardiff. The Blues have six clean sheets in their last nine games for a reason. Not losing is more important than winning.

Prediction
Look how heavily backed Chelsea are for this. The Blues are good enough to win this one to nil, but given slip ups on the road at Villa and Palace, would just shoot for coverage on them in -1 Asian Handicap for 3/5 at Bet365.

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Form (all competitions)
Cardiff DLWDLL, Chelsea WLDWLD

Stat Attack
Cardiff haven’t beaten Chelsea at home since 1963
Chelsea have won just two of their last six games in all competitions
Cardiff have one win in their last five home games
Chelsea have kept clean sheets in six of their last nine Premier League matches


7th May 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Premier League Betting

Sunderland v West Brom Betting Preview
All credit due to Black Cats boss Gus Poyet. After looking destitute and doomed in the early part of April, three wins on the bounce has given them a huge chance of survival. Can they follow up their win at Old Trafford on the weekend with at least a point at home against a West Brom side who are just about clear of relegation worries thanks to goal difference?

Sunderland v West Brom Betting Odds at online bookmaker Ladbrokes
Sunderland Evens, Draw 2/1, West Brom 3/1

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Sunderland v West Brom Betting Tips:
The Black Cats are on a three match winning streak and this game in hand over the clubs beneath them, could be the one which sees them safe. A point would do the job because even if they then lost their final game, while Norwich won their theirs, Sunderland have a far superior goal difference to that of the Canaries. So there is a big light at the end of the tunnel and what an escape act it will have been. So they are unbeaten in four now (ten points) and seven of those points were accumulated against Man City, Chelsea and Manchester United. Now they remain at the Stadium of Light for their last two remaining matches. Their last home match produced a 4-0 win over Cardiff and that snapped a four match winless streak there. The Black Cats have only managed a W4 D3 L10 record at home this season, but they surely are going to have enough confidence now to retain their Premier League status.

Sunderland have scored in all six Premier League matches at home against West Brom, but they have only managed to win one of those. That would suggest that there could be some value in taking a shot at the Both Teams To Score Market for a price of 4/6 with Ladbrokes. Connor Wickham is the man of the moment for Sunderland, who has scored five and assisted one in his last four Premier League games. Wickham is trading at 11/8 in the anytime goalscorer market. If the Black Cats can get a win on the board, it will be the first time since 2000 that they will have recorded four successive Premier League wins. Question marks? Well Sunderland have won only two of their 16 Premier League games against sides currently in the bottom half D5 L9. Against teams currently in the bottom half, Sunderland have only scored five goals in seven games. Four of those game in the recent 4-0 win over Cardiff.

West Brom have won seven and drawn one of their last eight Premier League against Sunderland, scoring 22 times in the process. The Baggies are only one point above Sunderland heading into this one, and suffered a 1-0 defeat at Arsenal on Sunday. The Baggies have only won one of their last four in the league and they have only posted three away wins all season. They have lost their last two on the road (at Man City and Arsenal) and have lost six of their last eight away games. West Brom’s last two wins in the top flight both came by a 1-0 scoreline. This game doesn’t scream out as if it will be a high scoring one, not with the Black Cats just need a draw. Under 2.5 goals is trading at 4/5 with Ladbrokes. The Baggies have drawn the most Premier League games this season (15) but haven’t posted one on the road in 2014.

Prediction
The Baggies took a 3-0 win over Sunderland at the Hawthorns earlier in the season. The Black Cats have struggled against the Baggies in the Premier League but are confident enough here. Would just stick this one under 2.5 goals for even money.

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Form (all competitions)
Sunderland LLDWWW, West Brom LDWDLW

Stat Attack
Sunderland have won one of six Premier League home games against West Brom
The Baggies have won seven and drawn one of their last eight EPL games against Sunderland
Sunderland have won 2 of 16 games against sides currently in the bottom half this term
The Black Cats have taken more points from their last three games that in the previous 11
West Brom have drawn the most games this season in the top flight


5th May 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Premier League Betting

Man City v Aston Villa Betting Preview
Well, the Citizens are doing what they have to do, put wins on the board. They haven’t been spectacular in doing so lately, but a title is on the line, so pragmatism may well win the day over style. After a big 3-2 win over Everton on the weekend, another three points in midweek would set them up for the final day of the season. Villa’s away form doesn’t suggest that they are going to spoil their party.

Man City v Aston Villa Betting Odds at online bookmaker Betfair
Man City 1/9, Draw 9/1, Aston Villa 14/1

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Man City v Aston Villa Betting Tips:
The math is simple for the Citizens. Win the last two games of the season, both of them at the Etihad. That’s it. Their big final test looks to have been that trip to Goodison on the weekend, and after falling behind, City did ever so well in working their way back into the game. They didn’t panic when the Toffees pulled it back to 3-2 either. So that result saw the citizens finish the weekend at the top of the table and now the fate of their title ambitions firmly rest in their own hands. Sergio Aguero limped off from Goodison after scoring City’s equaliser at 1-1, but there are reports that he is confident that his groin strain isn’t going to keep him out of the end of season run-in. Aguero is 1/2 in the anytime goalscorer market against Villa, while Edin dzeko, who netted  brace at Goodison, is trading at 8/13. Could be worth watching for Samir Nasri too, as the Frenchman has scored or assisted a goal in six of his last nine matches in the Premier League.

The Citizens have only dropped five points at home all season in a W15 D1 L1 record. Just the once they have failed to find the back of the net on home soil in the league, that being in their 1-0 defeat against Chelsea back in early February. Over all in the Premier League, the Citizens have only lost one of their last twelve matches played, that 3-2 loss at Anfield in mid April, which looked to have put them out of the title picture. But how things have turned around since then. Would shoot for over 2.5 goals in this one for a price of 1/3, as City have averaged three goals per game at the Etihad and their last four there have all gone over. City have scored 57 goals at home this season and that is more that Villa have managed in total all season (39). They should have the firepower to get the three points in the bag, but they did lose at Villa Park back in September. However, with City on a six match winning streak at home against Villa in all competition, and having scored three or more goals in each of their last four league games at home against the Midlands club, would look for a good win at home.

Especially considering that Villa have lost 10 of their last eleven Premier League matches away at Manchester City (W1). Villa have secured their place in the Premier League next season, having a six match winless snapped with a 3-1 home win over Hull. While they will have been relieved with that, it has been their only win in their last seven matches in the Premier League. They have lost their last three away games though, and two of those were defeats by a 4-1 scoreline at Manchester United and Swansea. Their overall away record for the season reads W4 D5 L8. In their last seven games outside of Villa Park, the Villains have only managed to pick up the two points. There is little consistency there from them and with such a poor record away at Man City, it’s probably a good job that they got those three points in the bag on the weekend. Villa need three points from their last two game to match last season’s total of 41 points.

Prediction
Tough to see anything other than a home win in this one, and at the end of the day it should be a pretty comfortable one too. City have recently experienced what it takes to close things out in a title winning season. They are doing what they have to do and would probably push on for a City to win to nil bet for a price of 4/5 at Betfair.

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Form (all competitions)
Man City WLDWWW, Aston Villa LLLDLW

Stat Attack
City have won 10 of their last eleven home games against Villa in the Premier League
Villa have taken just two points from their last seven away games
The Citizens are within four goals of a 100+ goal season
Six of Villa’s last seven goals in the league have come in the first half of games


5th May 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Premier League Betting

Manchester United v Hull Betting Preview
Well the Ryan Giggs revival didn’t last long at Old Trafford, as the Red Devils slumped to a 1-0 defeat against the relegation-threatened Sunderland On the weekend. Quite where a side with lack of fight and creativity goes from there is a mystery. Hull though aren’t in the kind of form to be backed heavily in an away game though.

Manchester United v Hull Betting Odds at online bookmaker Bet365
Man United 1/3, Draw /1, Hull 8/1

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Manchester United v Hull Betting Tips:
It was another disappointing home performance for the Red Devils on the weekend, their seventh home defeat of the season. Manchester United have now won just two of their last six home matches in the top flight, losing three of them. Tuesday will see them play their final home match of the season and even after the weekend’s poor performance, they are still odds on favourites here. Manchester United have won their last six league matches against Hull, including all five previous times that they have come together in the Premier League. You would expect them to extend that. Wayne Rooney, who is trading as 4/7 favourite in the anytime goalscorer market, has scored six goals in four Premier League appearances against the Tigers. Four of those did come in the one match back in January of 2010 though. That was the only time that Rooney has scored more than three goals in a Premier League match.

Their tally of home defeats is the most they have suffered  in the top tier of English football since the 1973/74 season. They have lost more home games than Norwich and West Brom. Can they at least go out on a high? In their last six Premier League games, the Red Devils have either scored four goals in a game or have failed to score and have lost (W3 L3). That may prompt you to have a shot at 4-0 Correct Score, which looks a long shot after their performance on the weekend, frankly. However, the Red Devils did win this one 4-0 in last season’s corresponding fixture and they have scored four or more in each of their last three home games against the Tigers, in all competitions. You would expect them to come up with some kind of decent home send off and going over 2.5 goals is up at 8/15 with Bet365. They do have the form going against the Tigers to produce a win.

Hull have only managed to pick up one win in their last seven Premier League games now, losing four of those. So the FA Cup finalists are spluttering towards the end of the season. They aren’t going to get relegated, but will be a bit disappointed with their finish. Hull have only managed to win just three away games all season, and they have picked up just the one point in their last four. A heavy loss at Aston Villa on the weekend, won’t send backers their way for a trip to Old Trafford. The Tigers haven’t won any of their last ten league matches at Old Trafford, and have in fact, lost nine of those. They have also never managed to keep a clean sheet in any of those ten, conceding thirty goals in that sequence. So again, at least the stats would point to a big home win. Further still, Hull have only kept two clean sheets away from home all season, with only Fulham doing worse, with one.

Prediction
Given United’s track record against Hull, you should be jumping on them to get a good win on the board? Will they? A 1-0 home success would probably be cause to celebrate at this point. Don’t see United losing, and would back them to win to nil for extra value at 6/4.

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Form (all competitions)
Man Utd DWLLWL, Hull LWWLDL

Stat Attack
United are unbeaten in 10 league home games against Hull
The Tigers have conceded 30 goals in ten previous league visits to Old Trafford
United have scored four or more goals in each of the last three at home to the Tigers
Hull have only kept two clean sheets on the road this season


5th May 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Premier League Betting

Crystal Palace v Liverpool Betting Preview
Nothing less than three points at Selhurst Park for Liverpool will do. What that will do is put the pressure back onto Man City to go and win their midweek game against Aston Villa at the Etihad. Liverpool’s fate is now out of their own hands, but they are unlikely to go down without a fight, and should take the title to the final weekend.

Crystal Palace v Liverpool Betting Odds at online bookmaker Paddy Power
Liverpool 2/5, Draw 15/4, Crystal Palace 7/1

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Crystal Palace v Liverpool Betting Tips:
A big test of Liverpool’s mettle now. Their last league match of course was at home against Chelsea, and that costly 2-0 defeat has probably seen the title slip through their fingers. They sit level on points with Man City, but in second place because of trailing badly in the goal difference. City have a nine goal advantage over the Reds, and even the prolific Liverpool are unlikely to make that up over two matches. The Reds have scored in 17 of their 18 away games this season in the top flight, so probably worth banking on them to get something. Daniel Sturridge is trading at even money in the anytime goalscorer market, with Luis Suarez as 8/13 odds on favourite. Of his 30 league goals this season, Suarez has scored 21 of them against sides who are currently in the bottom half of the table.

We all know how strong Palace have been at the back since Tony Pulis came in and shook them up, but would take the route of going over 2.5 goals here for a price of 4/7 with Paddy Power. That is down to Liverpool’s form in the capital, because there have been a total of 61 goals scored in Liverpool’s last 17 league matches there. That is an average of 3.6 goals per game when the Reds hit London. They have won their last six matches on the road, so no big concerns over their away form. Will they be nervous after that Chelsea defeat though? Probably not, they have nothing to lose. They’ll likely throw the kitchen sink at this one, and Liverpool have scored three or more goals in five of those last six on the road. Their record is just a little suspect at Selhurst Park though, their last visit there back in the 2005 Carling Cup saw them coming out with a defeat. Indeed, Liverpool haven’t won any of their last four trips to Crystal Palace in fact (in all competitions), posting a D1 L3 record.

If the Premier League season had started on January 1st, 2014 where would Palace be sitting? Very handily up in seventh place. During this calendar year in the Premier League, only Chelsea have conceded fewer goals than the Eagles have. Despite only scoring two goals in their last five home games, they have managed to pick up six points. That is the strength of their defence. They have actually conceded three fewer goals than Liverpool have done all season, but of course, they don’t have anywhere near the goalscoring power that the Reds have. Their last game saw their five match winning streak snapped, losing 2-0 against Manchester City. That has to be taken as an indicator of how the game against Liverpool is likely to go. The Eagles will scrap and fight and make a nuisance of themselves against the Reds, taking confidence from wins over Chelsea and Everton in their last six games, but the bookmakers have left them dangling at very long odds here. Even though they have taken four clean sheets in their last six, it’s unlikely they’ll keep out Liverpool.

Prediction
The Reds are without a win in their last four at Selhurst Park, but because of what is at stake for Liverpool, they probably are not going to choke. Would just jump on LIverpool to win outright at 2/5.

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Form (all competitions)
Crystal Palace WWWWWL, Liverpool WWWWWL

Stat Attack
Liverpool are winless in their last four visits to Selhurst Park
Liverpool have scored in 17 of their 18 away games this term
Palace have scored only 16 goals from open play this term
The Eagles have only scored two goals in their last five home matches


5th May 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Eden Hazard (Chelsea London)

Chelsea v Norwich Betting Preview
A pretty good looking chance for Chelsea to pick themselves up after the disappointment in midweek of losing at the Bridge to Atletico Madrid in the Champions League semi final. There is still an outside chance that the Blues could steal the Premier League title, and three points should be in the bag for them here.

Chelsea v Norwich Betting Odds at online bookmaker Boylesports
Chelsea 2/9, Draw 11/2, Norwich 12/1

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Chelsea v Norwich Betting Tips:
This has to be a winnable fixture for Chelsea. While they took that ‘beautiful’ win at Anfield last weekend, they still need Liverpool to slip up in either of their last two games to beat them to the title. Chelsea have not lost consecutive home league games since October/November 2011, when they lost against arsenal and Liverpool. The Bridge of course, hasn’t been happy hunting ground for Chelsea lately. losing their last Premier League game there against Sunderland and then getting taken down 3-1 against Atletico on Wednesday. Still, their home form for the season looks pretty impressive, having posted a W15 D2 L1 record. It’s more than enough to bank on them to get three points here.

The Blues have kept a league-high 17 clean sheets this season and you don’t see Norwich breaking that down. Chelsea To win to nil is trading at a price of even money and that looks to be pretty good value. The Blues have a ran up at least three goals in each of their last five home games against the Canaries in all competitions. You would expect them to take the game over 2.5 goals (1/2) all on their own in this one. Samuel Eto’o, Demba Ba and Fernando Torres are all at 4/7 in the anytime goalscorer market, so take your pick in that one. Chelsea have kept six clean sheets in their last seven games and have only failed to score in one league game at the Bridge this term.

Given Norwich’s lack of drive in their 4-0 defeat at Old Trafford last week, Neil Adams’ men are looking doomed. The Canaries have lost their last five league matches on the bounce, only scoring in one of those games. Away from home, the reading gets even worse, where they are on an eight match losing streak, winless in their last ten outside of Carrow Road. Norwich have average 0.6 goals per game away from home this season and have conceded at a rate of 2.4 per game. They lost at home 3-1 against the Blues earlier in the season and it could be a lot worse at the Bridge, in what is Chelsea’s final home game of the season. You expect a spark of fight to have come from them during such a tough run in, it hasn’t been there.

Prediction
The natural option here is to back Chelsea to win to nil, even with their slip ups at the Bridge lately. They are likely just going to overwhelm the struggling Canaries, who have neither the defence, attack, nor fight it would seem, to stay up. Chelsea to win to nil at evens is value.

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Form (all competitions)
Chelsea WWLDWL, Norwich WLLLLL

Stat Attack
Norwich have lost their last eight away games in the league
Chelsea won five of their last six home matches in the league (L1)
The Blues have kept 17 clean sheets this season, a league high
Norwich are on a five match losing streak, scoring just 2 goals in that sequence


2nd May 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Kagawa - Rooney (Manchester United)

Manchester United v Sunderland Betting Preview
So the Red Devils will likely do no better than sixth place this season, but at least some smiles were put back on their faces after a 4-0 rout of Norwich last week with Ryan Giggs in charge for the first time. Sunderland start the weekend outside of the drop zone, can they stay there?

Manchester United v Sunderland Betting Odds at online bookmaker Bet365
Man Utd 1/3, Draw 17/4, Sunderland 7/1

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Manchester United v Sunderland Betting Tips:
After showing some much better optimism and nature last week, Ryan Giggs steered the Red Devils to a comfortable win at Old Trafford over Norwich. They should do the same again this week, as Manchester United have won 10 and lost none of their last 12 Premier League home games against the Black Cats. Yes, United have been very poor at home this season, and yes, they only beat Norwich last week, however they look confident enough to finish the season with a bit of a swagger. United have won only two of their last five league games at Old Trafford, but they have won their last two on the bounce, scoring four goals in each of them. It will probably therefore, be worth going over 2.5 goals for this one for a price of 1/2 with Bet365.

Wayne Rooney is going to be a natural mark in the anytime goalscorer market, as he has netted six goals in his last five Premier League appearances, those six goals being returned in three braces. Rooney is trading at a price of 1/2 in the anytime goalscorer market, with Juan Mata looking  a great option at 5/4 after a brace last week, helped by being used in his correct position. Overall, United’s home record this season is W8 D3 L6 but they aren’t facing a defence which is too difficult to break down. Sunderland almost took a win in the reverse fixture this season, United being rescued by a great double from Adnan Januzaj on his first ever Premier League start. The goals have started to flow a little easier against lower opposition lately for United, while their struggles against the top sides will quickly be forgotten, they can end the season with a flourish.

Sunderland have rolled up their socks lately and have given themselves a huge shot at survival after going three games unbeaten, winning their last two. That, combined with the demise of Norwich, has seen the Black Cats pull out of the relegation zone. Points don’t look to be immediately on the board for them in this one, so they are not out of the woods yet at all, as with a loss, they could be back at the bottom of the pile again if Norwich, Fulham and Cardiff all win their games (as unlikely as that is). Sunderland are without a win in 23 league games against the Red Devils overall, having taken just five points (D5 L18) in that sequence. But their recent upturn in form, which saw them win their last two after going nine without a win, and having scored in all but one of their last 10 away games, should at least give them a shot at a gritty point. Connor Wickham’s on a three match scoring streak (5 goals) and is a 3/1 shot in the anytime goalscorer market.

Prediction
Don’t see anything other than a routine win in this one for the home side. They had some new life breathed into them last week and they have the scoring power to do damage to the Black Cats. May just be tempted to bag a Both Teams To Score wager at 4/5, because Sunderland have to show some fight.

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Form (all competitions)
Man Utd WDWLLW, Sunderland LLLDWW

Stat Attack
Man Utd have won 10 and lost none of 12 EPL home games against Sunderland
The Black Cats are winless in 23 previous Premier League fixtures against United
Sunderland have scored in all but one of their last 10 away games
Wayne Rooney has six goal in his last five league games


2nd May 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Manchester City - David Silva

Everton v Manchester City Betting Preview
This should be the big title decider for Manchester City. If they keep winning their games then they’ll get their hands on the league title. But this is not an easy looking game for them, not with their track record in the Premier League against Everton. Can Manuel Pellegrini’s men take control of the title race? Everton are carrying good enough home form to disrupt them.

Everton v Manchester City Betting Odds at online bookmaker Paddy Power
Man City 8/11, Draw 14/5, Everton 7/2

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Everton v Manchester City Betting Tips:
With two defeats in their last three matches, Everton’s dreams of playing in the Champions League next season look to have passed them by. The start the weekend four points back of fourth placed Arsenal, and needing some major help. Roberto Martinez’s men fell to a shock 2-0 defeat at Southampton last weekend, the Toffees giving away goals and pretty much handing fourth place to the Gunners. But they have been such a fantastically strong home side this season, that they will present a massive challenge to City. Granted, there was that surprise 3-2 defeat on home turf by Crystal Palace recently, but has been their only blip, having won eight of their last nine home league games. Everton have posted a W13 D3 L2 record at Goodison this season and they have netted two or more goals in each of their last five at home.

Dynamic, positive and thoroughly exciting, the Toffees can look for confidence from their own record against the Citizens. Everton have won nine of their last 13 Premier League matches against Man City, and the Toffees are on a four match winning streak at home against them. That is impressive stats and means that Everton shouldn’t be written off here. Romelu Lukaku us trading at 2/1, the shortest priced option in the anytime goalscorer market for the Toffees, with Steven Naismith at 3/1. The Toffees lost 3-1 earlier in the season at the Etihad, but should give City a big run for their money here. In the back of their mind will still be that outside hope of Arsenal screwing up in their last two matches, so that they could sneak fourth. That aside though, they are a good enough, strong enough and smart enough side to completely derail Manchester City’s title hopes here.

Manchester City have won just one of their last fifteen visits to Goodison Park in the league (D4 L10). Having to therefore face a bit of a bogey side in a must win match, is just about the worst draw that they could have gotten at this stage of the season. So much pressure is riding on this game. But of course, they do have firepower with Sergio Aguero trading as even money favourite in the anytime goalscorer market, with Edin Dzeko at 5/4, and Alvaro Negredo and Yaya Toure both at 7/4. Even though the prize of three points is massive for City, and it is going to be tense, one thing that this match does have the look of, his goals. Going over 2.5 goals is trading at 8/15 with Paddy Power. City have won their last two league games against West Brom and Crystal Palace, but they are looking decidedly pragmatic in grinding out results, rather than the powerful, ruthless attacking unit that they can be. In their last six away games they have posted a W3 D1 L2 record, keeping four clean sheets in that run.

Prediction
City pretty much have to leave everything on the pitch here. Defensively they have been giving up goals, with just one clean sheet in their last six Premier League matches. Everton need no second invitation to stick the ball in the back of the net, and with their fantastic home record against City, and Everton/Draw Double Chance bet is fantastic value at Even money.

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Form (all competitions)
Everton WWWLWL, Man City DWLDWW

Stat Attack
Everton have won nine of their last 13 league games against City
Man City have lost their last four league games at Goodison Park
The Citizens have only managed one win in their last 15 at Goodison
Everton have won eight of their last nine home games (L1)


1st May 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting










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