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With newly promoted Watford unable to come to terms over a new deal for boss Slavisa Jokanovic, they let him walk and quickly pounced to bring in former Atletico Madrid manager Quique Sánchez Flores to guide them through their Premier League season. It seems to be a bit of strange decision, but the bookmakers have been completely unmoved, not changing the price of the Hornets suffering relegation next season from the top flight.

Bet365 are running at an industry best price of 8/11 on Watford to get relegated while William Hill go a top price of 6/5 that the Golden Boys stay up.

William Hill came up with a really inventive market for this one, considering that Spaniard Flores is Watford’s fifth manager in the last twelve months. They have gone with 9/1 odds that they will have more managers and than victories in the forthcoming Premier League campaign. They are 1/8 to pick up more wins, with the tie at 6/1.

5th June 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Bookmaker News

Premier League Betting

Arsenal v Sunderland Betting Preview

Some important points up for grabs in midweek at the Emirates. The visiting Black Cats just need a point to survive the relegation scrap, while Arsenal need a point to confirm a top three finish. A win for Arsenal would keep alive their hopes of sneaking second place from Manchester City on the final day of the season. It may be a pretty tight duel in North London on Wednesday.

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Arsenal v Sunderland Betting Tips

The Gunners fought back to earn a 1-1 draw at Old Trafford on the weekend against Manchester United. So they should be quietly confident about picking up at least a point in midweek against the Black Cats. That’s all they need for a top three finish. After their surprise home defeat against Swansea recently in which they saw their ten match unbeaten streak snapped, they responded pretty well at Old Trafford. They looked pretty comfortable and never started playing until the final half hour of the game. Now it’s back to the Emirates for their final two games of the season, and Arsene Wenger’s men have won nine of their last eleven there but are winless in their last two home games (Chelsea 0-0, Swansea 0-1). Arsenal banked an easy 2-0 on Wearside earlier in the season and have won six of their last eight against the Black Cats.

The Gunners have slumped in form, ever since their nine match winning streak was stopped in a 0-0 draw by Chelsea. They have won just one of their last four in the top flight, but there is a clear gulf in class between them and the Black Cats. Arsenal have won the last four Premier League meetings against the Black Cats in a row, and have scored nine goals in the last three against them, conceding just the two. Up in the anytime goalscorer market, Olivier Giroud is trading at a price of 8/11, and the Frenchman has netted eight goals in his last fourteen matches for Arsenal. Alexis Sanchez is the same price in the Bet365 anytime goalscorer market and he is looking to add to his 24 goals tally. Sanchez scored a brace against Sunderland earlier in the season. 71% of Arsenal’s home matches this season have gone over 2.5 goals, but four of the last six between them at the Emirates have swung under, which is trading at a price of 5/4.

The last time that the Black Cats took a win at Arsenal was back in 1983, so they haven’t gotten much joy out of their trips to North London. They do only need a point and therefore they may take a bit of a defensive, cautious approach, which would be natural. Lose here and they will be sweating on the final day, when they have to go to Stamford Bridge. Dick Advocaat has Sunderland at least showing a bit more fight and they are have lost just one of their last six Premier League games. They have suffered just the one defeat in their last four on the road as well, and banked a good 2-0 win at Goodison Park against Everton in their last away game. Sunderland have been drawing at halftime in 12 of their 17 away games so far, so could be value to dig in until half time. A draw/Arsenal half time full time bet is up at 7/2.

Arsenal v Sunderland Betting Odds

Arsenal 2/7, Draw 5/1, Sunderland 10/1

Arsenal v Sunderland Predictions

This is likely to be a low scoring game, as recent clashes would hint at this going under 2.5 goals. Sunderland are likely to be as tight as possible in their search for a point, and Arsenal have gone off the boil a little bit. So back the Black Cats to be level at half time, but then the quality of Arsenal to find a way through for the three points.

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18th May 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Paddy Power

The big game of the Premier League weekend come from Old Trafford on Sunday afternoon. The scrap between Manchester United and Arsenal is a big battle for a top three finish. United could move one point clear of the Gunners, putting some pressure on the North London club, who do still have a game in hand over everyone else.

But the history is with United here, who have lost just one of the last eleven played at Old Trafford against Arsenal in all competitions, since the Gunners last won a league match there back in 2006. With United unbeaten in their last seven home and away against the Gunners, will there be a big three points for Louis van Gaal’s men?

Or will Arsenal respond to having had their long unbeaten snapped last weekend in the best possible way, by beating United and booking a top three finish in the process? That loss against Swansea came after a run of nine wins and one draw from the Gunners in the top flight. Or will the two rivals simply play things out to a draw, leaving things exciting for the final day of the season?

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16th May 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions

Premier League Betting

Swansea v Manchester City Betting Preview

Manchester City are still nervously looking over their shoulders and seeing Arsenal looming large in their rearview mirror. That is the scrap for second place, but the Citizens can take a huge step towards securing the runners up spot with a win at the Liberty on Sunday. But they will be facing an in-form Swansea side who have something to play for themselves, a shot at making next season’s Europa League.

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Swansea v Manchester City Betting Tips

Well, both of these have run into a bit of form, with Swansea having won their last three Premier League matches in a row. Can they make it four in a row, something they have only ever managed to do once before (August 2014)? A big three points on offer for sure, but Swansea have lost four of their last five matches against Manchester City, drawing the other one. They gave a great account of themselves earlier in the season at the Etihad losing 2-1 after Wilfried Bony (now of Man City) had put them ahead in the game. They didn’t have the resiliency to hold out those. Swansea have recorded numbers of W5 D1 L1 in their last six Premier League match and have only suffered one defeat in their last seven at the Liberty Stadium. Garry Monk incidentally has the best win percentage of any Swansea City manager in the Premier League (42%)

Bafetimbi Gomis has fired off a goal in each of his last four appearances for Swansea in the Premier League, although in general they still look a little lightweight in the final third of the pitch. Gomis, who netted the winner against Arsenal last weekend to break the good form of the Gunners, is trading at a quote of 2/1 in the Bet365 anytime goal scorer market. The Swansea have only been beaten at home four times this season, and of all their home games they have have only been losing at half time in five of them. This most likely will go under 2.5 goals, with three of the last four between them at the Liberty having done so. Only 39% of Swansea’s home games this season have gone over 2.5 goals, and you can this one to go under at 6/5, which looks decent value.

The Premier League golden boot is more likely than not going to end up in the hands of Sergio Aguero this season. He has caught fire again, firing in eight goals in his last five games and not only that, he is big 3/1 first goalscorer value, as he has netted the opening goal on each of his last five top flight appearances. That’s some form. He has scored the opening goal in games more times than any other player this season (10). Manchester City’s away form is still a little ropey, having lost four of their last five. They ended their losing streak on the road in their last away game, taking a 1-0 win at Tottenham. Could be value in a Draw/Man City half time/full time bet as Man City’s substitutes have been involved in more Premier League goals than any other side this season (18 – nine goals, nine assists).

Swansea v Manchester City Betting Odds

Man City 3/4, Draw 3/1, Swansea 4/1

Swansea v Manchester City Predictions

The Swans have been going well but have struggled to get much change out of Manchester City in recent times. They will probably push hard but at the end of the day, with City’s Aguero firing again, that may make the difference in the three points going to the away side in a low scoring affair.

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16th May 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Premier League Betting

Hull v Arsenal Betting Preview

The Gunners blew their remote chances of beating Chelsea to the title, when they couldn’t find a way to beat the Blues at the Emirates last time out. All they can do now is keep on winning in the hope to secure second spot behind their London rivals. Hull are still fighting for their survival, but have done a great job in taking back to back wins, but with a very tough run in to come, there is still plenty of work that needs to be done by the Tigers to stay up.

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Hull v Arsenal Betting Tips

Steve Bruce’s men have shown a little bit of fight in having taken back to back wins in the top flight. They banked a good away win at Crystal Palace last weekend, and then took a pretty comfortable 1-0 home win over Liverpool during the week. Still work to be done as they have go up against Manchester United and Spurs as well as the Gunners. They have a home game against Burnley to come as well in there, and every point is crucial right now as they start the weekend just the four points clear of the drop zone. Just goes to show how important those recent six points were for their survival hopes. The Tigers are in decent home from, losing just one of their last five there, winning three of those. That one defeat was an excusable one as it was against Champions-elect Chelsea. Overall their home form this term hasn’t been great, as it is just W5 D4 L7.

They make take a little bit of heart from their 2-2 draw which they earned at the Emirates earlier in the season, and only conceded a late minute equaliser there. Going into this one on the back of two wins is good, but they have only won three Premier League games in a row on one previous occasion; October 2008, when they won four on the bounce. The Tigers don’t have any real form going against the Gunners as they have lost five and drawn one of the last six in the top flight against Arsenal. All three previous Premier League meetings at the KC Stadium between the two sides have ended in defeat for Hull. Dame N’doye is a 3/1 anytime goalscorer option with online bookmaker Boylesports. They have shipped at least two goals in each of their last four home games against Arsenal.

Arsenal, who were held to a 0-0 home draw by Chelsea last time out still have big form on their side. They will be out on Monday night aiming to pick up their fifth away win in a row. Overall, home and away, Arsenal are unbeaten in their last nine (W8 D1) and only on three occasions this season have Arsenal failed to score in a league match. Two of those were against Chelsea. In the head to head against the Tigers, Arsenal have won eight and lost none of the last nine meetings with Hull in all competitions. A 5/2 quote on Arsenal to win by a one goal margin is tempting, as the Gunners’ last four away victories in the top flight have been by a one goal margin. Olivier Giroud and Alexis Sanchez are even money joint favourites in the anytime goalscorer market.

Hull v Arsenal Betting Odds

Arsenal 4/6, Draw 14/5, Hull 4/1

Hull v Arsenal Predictions

The Gunners have lost just one of their last thirteen matches in the Premier League and they have the head to head form against Hull. The mini-revival of the Tigers is probably going to be stopped in its tracks by Arsenal, who are carrying strong away form and will be keen to get last weekend’s draw against Chelsea out of their system. Gunners to win, but it may only be by the narrowest of margins.

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30th April 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Manchester City

Tottenham v Manchester City Betting Preview

Good looking game to come on Sunday from White Hart Lane. Sadly for Manchester City it won’t have any bearing on them retaining their league title, and indeed, title celebrations could have already happened at Stamford Bridge earlier in the day. This should be an entertaining affair though as Spurs need to push hard for three points to keep up their challenge for a place in next season’s Europa League.

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Tottenham v Manchester City Betting Tips

What are you going to get from Spurs? You just don’t know do you, they are a punters nightmare at the moment. The Lilywhites have put up a W2 D2 L2 record over their last six, so they are not a side you back with confidence. But, that having been said, they are a good home side. They have lost just one of their last eleven Premier League home games, although that was their last game at White Hart Lane, losing 1-0 against Aston Villa in a bit of a shock result. Because of their home form and Man City’s poor road results, you may like the look of the 5/2 punt on the Lilywhites. They also have something to play for whereas City don’t, because they are still in the hunt for a UEFA Europa League place, starting the weekend level with fifth placed Liverpool. Here is where things get tricky about backing Spurs, their defence.

Tottenham have managed just the one clean sheet in their last 11 Premier League outings. So you would expect goals and over 2.5 goals is trading at 4/7 with online bookmaker Boylesports. With the amount of goals they have conceded against City lately, you wouldn’t expect them to pick one up here. The Lilywhites have lost their last three in a row against Manchester City and in total they have conceded 15 goals in those three games. So you could also probably comfortably look at both teams to score for a price of 1/2. Harry Kane is a quote of 7/5 in the anytime goalscorer market, while Nacer Chadli may be worth a look with a goal in both of his last two games. In the last three clashes between Man City and Spurs at White Hart Lane, there have been a total of sixteen goals netted.

The number of goals that City have fired off against Spurs lately is pretty remarkable. They have won two of their last three visits to White Hart Lane by a 5-1 scoreline and they banked a 4-1 win over the Lilywhites at the Etihad earlier in the season as well. Sergio Aguero scored all four goals in that meeting and he is trading as 5/6 favourite in the anytime goalscorer market for this one. The Citizens have also won seven and lost just one of the last eight Barclays Premier League meetings with Spurs. It has been four defeats in their last four away games and just one win in their last seven on the road though for Manuel Pellegrini’s men. Terrible form and their frailties have been highlighted. Can they snap out of their road slump against a team who they seem to enjoy scoring against?

Tottenham v Manchester City Betting Odds

Manchester City evens, Draw 11/4, Spurs 5/2

Tottenham v Manchester City Predictions

Even though the Citizens have been so poor on the road, they are value to back for the win here, and that is down to the Tottenham defence, which just can’t keep clean sheets. City have netted often enough against the Lilywhites recently to suggest that they will have enough in the tank to find a way through a porous defence. The game should go comfortably over 2.5 goals.

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30th April 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting


It’s a big, mouth watering clash between the two London rivals on Sunday. The action at the Emirates will be pretty hot on the weekend as the Barclay Premier League’s top two sides go head to head. Champions-elect Chelsea edged closer to the title with a win over Manchester United last weekend, but now have to take on an Arsenal side who are in red hot form.

Chelsea hold a ten point lead over Arsenal at the top of the table and the Gunners have managed just two wins in the last twelve Premier League clashes between these two. So the Blues have the head to head and Jose Mourinho has a proven track record of never having lost with a Chelsea side against Arsene Wenger. Chelsea have conceded just two goals in total in their last six Premier League games against the Gunners.

But FA Cup finalists Arsenal are on fire. No-one has earned more Premier League points in 2015 than they have and they head into Sunday’s game on a brilliant eight match winning streak in the top flight. With

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24th April 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions

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Manchester United v Aston Villa Betting Preview

This one has the look of being a home banker for Saturday’s Premier League betting, as United will be seeking another three points to try and secure a top four finish at the end of the season. After the boost of a win at Anfield last time out, they are odds-on to follow it up with a home win over the Villains.

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Manchester United v Aston Villa Betting Tips

A routine three points up for grabs for United as they host Villa? Looking at the stats you would think so. That is because the Red Devils have taken 31 Premier League wins against Aston Villa, the joint-most of any team against any opponent in the history of the competition (along with Man Utd v Everton). Their performances haven’t been great this season, but they got things tactically spot on in their win at Anfield, points which saw them take a huge step towards the Champions League next season. That is wins over Spurs and Liverpool in their last two games in the top flight now. Wayne Rooney is big 3/1 value in the first goalscorer market for the game at Paddy Power and he has scored 12 goals against Aston Villa, his joint-highest tally against any opponent in Premier League history along with Newcastle United.

The England forward has also managed to net eight goals in his last six matches at Old Trafford against the Villains, in the Premier League. He also has four goals in his last four Premier League games. While the performances may belie all of this, United have fantastic home form as they have won twelve of their last 14 at home in the top flight (D1 L1). Can’t argue with that at all, so not really that much sign of a crisis. They have taken twelve points from their last twelve available at Old Trafford and the last two wins there have both come with a clean sheet in tow as well. Overall, the Red Devils have bagged three clean sheets in their last four league outings.

Can Villa realistically get anything out of Saturday evening’s game? Their away form makes for some pretty embarrassing reading as they have lost six of their last seven on the road in the top flight. They failed to find the back of the net in any of those six away defeats in that sequence. Uncharastically they really broke out of their shell at the Stadium of Light in their last away game, thumping Sunderland 4-0. They could only follow that up with a 1-0 home loss against Swansea though. Villa’s record on the road this season reads W4 D2 L9 and to their credit, they did hold United to a 1-1 draw at Villa Park back in December. But that was more about United’s horrible away performances. Villa have won just one of the last 38 Premier League games against Manchester United (L27 D10 W1) so tough to see them getting change out of this fixture.

Manchester United v Aston Villa Betting Odds

Man United 3/10, Draw 17/4, Aston Villa 17/2

Manchester United v Aston Villa Predictions

Would snap up some even money value on Manchester United posting a win with a clean sheet. Villa’s away form points to that being a strong probability and United, buoyed by that win at Anfield, should really push on here and claim a comfortable three points.

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31st March 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

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There hasn’t been a red card shown in the last six Merseyside derby meetings, but does that mean that one is overdue? The Everton v Liverpool Merseyside derby fixture has a long history of red cards, and because this is the one fixture that has seen more red cards (twenty of them) than any other in Premier League history.

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6th February 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions

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Manchester United, Chelsea and Tottenham are the three teams that make up the enhanced odds treble available at Bet Victor.

That constitutes a huge price boost because Manchester United are 8/13 to go out and beat QPR at Loftus Road, while Chelsea are 4/7 to keep up their title challenge with three points away at Swansea City.

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16th January 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions

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