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    MaliMisko12 reacted to Neubs in Premier League Predictions > Jan 18th & 19th   
    I´m take the Both2Score in the Arsenal Game. Arsenal without Auba unpredictable and think at Home they can score here against a danger Sheffield Utd Team who are full of confidence and now after X-Mas and New Year Games with this small Squad - full of freshnes.
    Other bets for me are the Draw in WestHam-Everton Game and in the Saints-Wolves Game. Think in both Games - both Teams will be agree with that Draw at the Moment.
    Also for me is the Over 2.5 in the Norwich-Bournemouth Game. Important Game and Norwich maybe with Pukki back in Action today.
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    MaliMisko12 reacted to StevieDay1983 in Premier League Predictions > Jan 18th & 19th   
    Watford vs Tottenham
    The Premier League action begins this weekend with a 12:30pm GMT kick-off between Watford and Tottenham at Vicarage Road on Saturday lunchtime. The host team are discovering a decent run of form right now under new manager Nigel Pearson and they face a travelling side that is suffering from a bit of an injury crisis. Who will prevail as the winners?
    Watford come into this game in 17th place and 1 point above the relegation zone. It's a huge turnaround for a side that looked lost at the bottom of the table just a month or so ago. Pearson has come in and lost just 1 of his 7 league games in charge. That defeat was away to Liverpool so can kind of be excused as well given their form this season. The Hornets remain undefeated at home under Pearson and that includes winning their last three home league games and conceding just 1 goal in those matches.
    Tottenham had started life under Jose Mourinho reasonably positively but a range of injuries including to star striker Harry Kane has hit the team hard. Spurs are now in 8th place but still 9 points off the Champions League qualification spots. The club are now winless in three league games and their 2-1 win against Middlesbrough in the FA Cup 3rd Round replay during midweek was hardly convincing. Until new signings are brought in it looks like Tottenham could be a team struggling to pick up points. Particularly on the road.
    I'm not sure whether to back the home win or a draw. I don't have a lot of confidence in Tottenham at the moment but Mourinho does have a habit of grinding out the results when his sides are up against it. The ELO ratings still favour Tottenham but it's very tight. On that basis, I'm going to have to back the draw. If I was being bold and backing a correct score I'd say 1-1. It'll be close however this ends up.
    Draw @ 3.60 with Marathonbet
    BTTS @ 1.70 with Sportingbet
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    MaliMisko12 reacted to StevieDay1983 in Premier League Predictions > Jan 10th - 12th   
    Bournemouth vs Watford
    The first game on Sunday afternoon in the Premier League is a 2pm GMT kick-off between Bournemouth and Watford at the Vitality Stadium. These two sides are experiencing a contrasting turn of fortunes with the home side plummeting down the league table where as the away side are seemingly in a state of resurgence as they look to move closer to safety.
    Bournemouth had started this season very well but things have turned sour for Eddie Howe's men. The Cherries are now in the bottom three and 1 point adrift of safety. It's been a dismal run of results that has seen them pick up just 1 win in 10 league games. Perhaps even more worrying is that the last taste of victory on home soil was back on 2nd November. In fact, since that date, they have acquired the lowest points tally of any team in the top flight. A big problem has been the lack of goals with just 0.5 goals scored on average per game over the last 14 matches.
    Watford have dragged themselves off the foot of the table under new manager Nigel Pearson. It seems the Hornets have finally found the right appointment after faffing about with Javier Gracia and then Quique Sanchez Flores. The club is now up to 19th and just 1 point behind their opponents heading into this match. Victory could potentially take them out of the relegation zone this weekend. It's now 4 league games without a loss. However, we need to be wary because their away form is still a problem with no victory in their last 4 league games on the road. Only Liverpool and Manchester City have earned more points than Watford since Pearson took charge.
    This is a tricky one because I want to back Watford to win this one but I always feel Howe has it in himself to get a result when needed. Something isn't right at Bournemouth at the moment and I probably fancy a draw more than an away win but the home side's form is that awful that I'm not sure I have enough faith to back them to take anything from their games right now. I'll give them the benefit of the doubt this weekend and say it'll be a draw but I have a funny feeling I'm going to regret that.
    Draw @ 3.45 with Unibet
    Total Goals Scored Under 2.5 @ 1.95 with Sportingbet
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    MaliMisko12 reacted to Charon84 in Premier League Predictions > Jan 10th - 12th   
    Odds on Tottenham - Liverpool for Under 3.00 are 1.90 at my bookie. I think it's a good bet:
    Tottenham has many injuries and one of them is Kane (11 goals). Also, but far less important, Ndombele and Sissoko are out (both 2 goals). Liverpool also has some less important missings, but still they are missings; Liverpool hasn't allowed a goal in 9 out of 10 recent matches; I expect Mourinho to use a (very) defensive approach against Liverpool (as he normally does against stronger opponents, but surely if a key-striker is missing); If Tottenham takes the lead I expect a even more defensive approach. If Liverpool takes the lead maybe they will take the foot of the gaspedal, because next week Manchester United awaits. All-in-all I don't see many goals coming in. Why not Under 2.50? Well the possibility margin isn't huge as 1-2 / 0-3 (and even 1-3 [I think a Tottenham win is out of the question]) are also possible outcomes under these circumstances. I don't want to take that risk either and 1.90 is absolutely good enough for me.
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    MaliMisko12 reacted to ivanhoe in Premier League Predictions > Jan 1st & 2nd   
    First I would like to say hi to all the members of this brilliant community. I`ve been following the forum for a long time now and I`ve (finally) decided to contribute a bit more with a pick or two here and there. Let`s say this is some kind of my New Year`s resolution. Now off with the picks...
    Norwich - Crystal Place Under 2,5
    I real like Palace this year. They are a team in the true sense of the word, they have an excellent well experienced coach and with players like Zaha they posses a threat wherever they play. I addition to that they are defensively, at least in my opinion, one of the better sides in the Premier League. They`re in a middle of an injury crisis right now and their bench looks really weak.
    On the other hand we have Norwich that sits last on the table and I believe this will be a sort of  do-or-die match for them. They`ve had  I expect a tight match with a goal or two because none of the sides won`t like to concede first and will wait for their opponent`s mistakes.
     
    Southampton - Tottenham  2
    Tottenham should have the edge over Saints today. It`s not easy to play Southampton on St Mary`s but I think Mourinho`s side will push for the win right from the start because they won`t want to lose the chance to fight for the Champions League spot next season. I believe Spurs will score one more that the hosts.
     
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    MaliMisko12 reacted to StevieDay1983 in Premier League Predictions > Dec 28th & 29th   
    Arsenal vs Chelsea
    The big game this weekend in the Premier League is between two clubs struggling to recapture their glory days when Arsenal host Chelsea for a 2pm GMT kick-off at the Emirates Stadium. It's a pivotal time for these two sides as they look to navigate their way through trouble times. Can either of them take the victory in this game or will they share the spoils come the final whistle?
    Arsenal continue their life under new manager Mikel Arteta. A 1-1 draw away to Bournemouth hardly inspired hope in the new era but Arteta has been keen to emphasise that the club needs to mend its relationship with the fans. The Gunners head into this game in 12th place but a win would put them within 5 points of the top four. Just 3 wins from their 9 home league games have been recorded so far. Can they earn a first league win in three games?
    Chelsea have also endured their own issues recently. Frank Lampard had started life well in the Blues hot seat but things haven't gone to plan recently. A win would give Chelsea some breathing space in 4th place ahead of Wolves who are positioned just behind them. However, 5 losses in their last 7 league games suggests that all is not quite clicking with this team. Has the 3-4-3 formation been worked out? The hope for Chelsea fans is that they have won 6 of their 9 away league games this season. The anticipated returns of Mason Mount and Christian Pulisic should offer a boost.
    This is a massive game for both of these sides and I really don't know which way to call it. I have an urge to back Chelsea even though they've only won 1 of their last 7 matches at the Emirates Stadium. Arteta is still getting his feet under the table at the Gunners and their squad is nowhere near packed with the players he'll want for his system. Until he gets that personnel in he'll be managing with one arm tied behind his back. Yes, I'm backing a Chelsea win even though I was tempted by the draw.
    Chelsea to Win @ 2.39 with Marathonbet
    Total Goals Scored Under 3.5 @ 1.65 with Marathonbet
     
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    MaliMisko12 reacted to Neubs in Premier League Predictions > Dec 28th & 29th   
    Also i take Everton - Newcastle i think now will slip little bit Down in Table and Everton with new Coach doing the same but in different way. Maggpies again without Saint-Maxime and this is for me a big Blow in ther Counter attacking Game.
    Other bet´s are Watford to Win and the DC on Burnley for me today.
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    MaliMisko12 reacted to StevieDay1983 in Premier League Predictions > Dec 21st & 22nd   
    Tottenham vs Chelsea
    The big game this weekend comes in the Premier League at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium at 4:30pm GMT on Sunday afternoon when local rivals Tottenham take on Chelsea. These two sides are looking to compete to qualify for a Champions League spot this season and the outcome of this game could have a huge impact on how their fates end come May.
    Tottenham made the controversial decision to sack Mauricio Pochettino and replace him with Jose Mourinho. It divided the fan base but, by all accounts, I thought it was a decent appointment and it's started very positively. Mourinho has led the club to 4 wins from the 5 league games he's been in charge and they've qualified for the last 16 of the Champions League. The revitalisation of Dele Alli has been the stand-out mark of Mourinho's reign so far with the England international scoring 3 goals in the league since Mourinho came in and having bagged 5 goals in his last 4 games against Chelsea he has to be worth an anytime scorer shout here.
    Chelsea have been a bit rickety recently. Frank Lampard's men have lost 4 of their last 5 league games. This drop in form has seen the Blues just about hold onto their 4th place position in the league table but the chasing pack have now caught up. In fact, Tottenham will leapfrog their opponents if they win this game. The West London club have lost 15 matches in 2019. A defeat here would give them the most number of losses in a calendar year since they suffered 17 back in 1994.
    Spurs come into this game knowing they've won 3 of their last 5 meetings with Chelsea. To add to this, Chelsea have only won 2 of their last 13 away league games against Tottenham. I can see that poor record continuing. I'm not sure what's quite going wrong with Chelsea at the moment. Is it a blip? Has the magic of Frank run out? Tottenham are in the ascendancy and Chelsea look lost. I can only see this ending one way.
    Tottenham to Win @ 2.40 with Sportingbet
    Anytime Scorer: Dele Alli @ 3.75 with William Hill
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    MaliMisko12 reacted to StevieDay1983 in Premier League Predictions > Dec 21st & 22nd   
    Manchester City vs Leicester
    OK, so I'm going to wade into this discussion before all the bets are covered. I agree that the price is probably greatly influenced by reputation, as @Tiffy highlights, but @thfc also raises a point about Leicester's form potentially dropping off. I'm in @Mindfulness's camp where I think there is still value to be had in a handicap bet maybe. It's Manchester City versus Leicester in a 5:30pm GMT kick-off this Saturday evening so how's it looking overall?
    Manchester City sit in 3rd place coming into this game and it hasn't been the easiest of campaigns for Pep Guardiola's side. Even if they manage to win this game they still won't overtake their opponents in the table. Is the focus this season purely on the Champions League or is their lack of squad depth starting to rear its ugly head. Can we face the reality that they haven't successfully managed to deal with the departure of Vincent Kompany yet? Just 3 wins in their last 6 league games isn't like the City we've all come to know these past few seasons. It's a disconcerting time for the Citizens fans.
    Leicester fans must feel like it's deja vu with the club hitting unexpected heights this season. Brendan Rodgers is working miracles with the club in 2nd place and just 10 points behind league leaders Liverpool. Yes, 10 points is a big gap but when you consider the Reds have only dropped 2 points all season then you realise how well the Foxes have done to stay relatively in touch. It's title winning form in any other season really. However, the draw to Norwich in the league last weekend and the draw against Everton in the EFL Cup Quarter-Finals in midweek, albeit winning on pens eventually, has led to questions being asked.
    I'm really excited about this game. I've said all season that something just isn't quite right at City this season. I think the injuries they've had have really rocked them and I actually think Pep is getting unsettled. Not sure why but I think maybe he wants that Champions League trophy again and he doesn't feel his team is good enough to win it. It kind of feels like he's written this season off already or it's the Champions League or nothing. I think they'll probably win this one but Leicester are worth backing as a handicap and I'll always back my boy Jamie Vardy to get on the score sheet.
    Leicester +2 @ 1.85 with SpreadEx
    Anytime Scorer: Jamie Vardy @ 3.00 with Betfred
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    MaliMisko12 reacted to StevieDay1983 in Premier League Predictions > Dec 14th - 16th   
    @MaliMisko12, you're too kind good sir. I'm probably not the most profitable tipster here because some of you guys have got this stuff locked down! However, I like to think that my knowledge of football itself not only gives you a different perspective and something else to think about but also sees us deliver far more positive outcomes than negative. You all contribute to this and I'm proud to say I'm involved here when the likes of yourself and the many others I speak to on a daily and weekly basis post here. It's a two-way street so thank you.
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    MaliMisko12 got a reaction from StevieDay1983 in Premier League Predictions > Dec 14th - 16th   
    Burnley-Newcastle United 1(1.95)bet365
    Hello everyone.
    It has been long time ago while I wrote analysis about some game,a was a little bit busy.
    I like to say thanks to main admin @StevieDay1983 for a great analysis and for keeping here people who likes to bet.
    Today I chose Burnley becasue,Dyche team are reacting after 3 loss streak with a win,also with a win in margin of -1.They are playing football who doesn¨t suits a Newcastle players.I can tell you that because Newcastle are team who are letting the most passes in their own half.Steve Bruce train them to defend well passing but obiviosuly they have problem with aerial duels.And here we are were I think will be key weakness for Newcastle.Well from stats whoscored.com they are not good at aerial duels.For exc. Joelitnon and Carrol are the player with most aerial won and after that are comign Lascelse and Clark who arent playing today.At other side Mee,Tarkowski,Wood and Barnes are players with most aerial duels won so big trouble for today..Also that means attacking set-piece and corners which team of Sean Dyche likes.And also I like to add missing of key players,Saint-Maximan and Almiron who are main threats at counter-attacks when Newcastle defending very deep.Today on their position are Carrol and Atsu,Atsu is good or how i like to call him super-sub but andy carrol is only good for aerial dules.
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    MaliMisko12 reacted to StevieDay1983 in Premier League Predictions > Dec 14th - 16th   
    Southampton vs West Ham
    The Premier League relegation battle could take a huge twist this weekend when two struggling sides go head-to-head. It's Southampton versus West Ham in a 5:30pm GMT kick-off at St Mary's Stadium this Saturday evening. Only 1 point separates these two sides and defeat could be a devastating blow for their survival hopes even at this middle stage of the season.
    Southampton sit in 18th place in the league table. Ralph Hasenhuttl's men are on the road to recovery after the humiliating record-breaking 9-0 loss at home to Leicester a couple of months back. Just 1 loss in their last 4 league games suggests form is improving. In perhaps the bigger morale-boosting statistic, the Saints have won back-to-back home matches in the league ending a torrid spell of results at home.
    West Ham suffered yet another defeat against Arsenal at home last Monday night. Manuel Pellegrini's job is now seemingly under review with the club dropping to 16th place in the table and just 1 point above the relegation zone. Having started the season in superb form with just 1 defeat in their opening 7 matches, things have become a little more barren over recent months. The Hammers now have just 1 win in their last 10 league games. The hope for their fans is that the solitary win during that spell came away from home in a 1-0 victory over Chelsea.
    I've backed Southampton to win against the odds a couple of times over the past year and they haven't let me down. I still feel that they have a quality head coach in Hasenhuttl and if they stick with him they should stay up. There are worse teams in this league and with the right additions in January they can survive. West Ham is a strange one. They should be doing better. Is Pellegrini the problem? At the start of the season, I thought he was the answer. Something is broken in that club right now and I can't see it getting fixed here.
    Southampton to Win @ 1.97 with Marathonbet
    Total Goals Scored Over 2.5 @ 1.67 with William Hill
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    MaliMisko12 reacted to StevieDay1983 in Premier League Predictions > Dec 7th - 9th   
    Brighton vs Wolves
    The Premier League action continues with a tricky game to predict on Sunday when Brighton host Wolves in a 4:30pm GMT kick-off from the Amex Stadium. Both of these clubs have had reasons to feel positive heading into the festive schedule recently. The home side bagged a stunning win over Arsenal in midweek and the away side are knocking on the door of the top four. Who will prevail here?
    Brighton fans are having a rollercoaster of a season so far. Graham Potter has oddly been handed a whopping contract extension after a seemingly encouraging start to his tenure at the club. The Seagulls are 13th in the league table and 4 points above the relegation zone. Clearly, Tony Bloom and the board are happy with the work Potter is doing including the playing philosophy he's instilled within the club. Is it a naive decision? Before the midweek win, Brighton had lost their previous 3 league games. However, they do come into this game having won 3 of their last 4 home league matches.
    Wolves appear to have found the right balance between succeeding in the league and having a proper go at the Europa League. Nuno Santo's side are 5th in the league table and only 6 points off the pace of the Champions League qualification spots. The club has also qualified for the last 32 of the Europa League with a game to spare in the group stage. After a slow start to their league game, Wanderers are now 10 league games undefeated. It's also only 1 defeat on the road in the league, although they have draw 4 matches away as well. 
    It's interesting to see how much Brighton have actually dominated this fixture over recent years. The Seagulls have only lost 1 of the last 10 encounters between these two teams. That being said, I'm swaying towards a draw in this one. Why? Well, not only have Wolves notched up a majority of draws in their away games but 5 of the last 10 matches between these two have ended in a draw too. I was tempted to back a Wolves win but I do think Brighton will be buoyant after that Arsenal win and hold out.
    Draw @ 3.28 with Marathonbet
    BTTS @ 1.95 with Bet365
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    MaliMisko12 reacted to craigh in Premier League Predictions > Dec 7th - 9th   
    A few odds standing out for me.
    Man City v Man Utd
    BTTS @ 1.85 (Coral). Massive odds when you consider City have now went 8 games without a clean sheet. As poor as Utd have been they haven't lost to any top team yet. I don't see any reason for them not to get a goal at the Etihad. 
    Watford v Crystal Palace
    Crystal Palace To Win Draw No Bet @ 2.25 (Unibet) or 2.20 (pretty much everywhere else). For me you will struggle to find a better bet at the weekend. Watford have 1 win to their name this season and that was against Norwich. They've been beaten comfortably by weaker sides than Palace and Palace have only really dropped points against top teams this year (Leicester, Liverpool, Man City). Anytime they play teams of the same calbire they always seem to come out on top. If they don't come away with all 3 points they'll be kicking themselves here but I highly doubt they'll leave with nothing.
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    MaliMisko12 got a reaction from Tiffy in Premier League Predictions > Dec 3rd - 5th   
    I think Brighton & Hove Albion have big chance here,some Arsenal players doesnt look so motivated,for example Torreira which body-language is my like when you are playing this weekend on draw on Everton 😂😂.At other side Arsenal have problem with creating chances from on play,their defence especially when they are defending counter-attacks are so poor.I mean on positioning and team comunication of Mustafi and Chambers yestrday.Also I wanna to say something about Xhaka.So bad anticipation.I dont think Ljunberg will fix something,especially I mean on defence.If they want to do something they need to play with 3 CB in system 3-4-1-2 with Bellerini and Kolasinac who can play very good on wide position.
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    MaliMisko12 got a reaction from StevieDay1983 in Premier League Predictions > Dec 3rd - 5th   
    I think Brighton & Hove Albion have big chance here,some Arsenal players doesnt look so motivated,for example Torreira which body-language is my like when you are playing this weekend on draw on Everton 😂😂.At other side Arsenal have problem with creating chances from on play,their defence especially when they are defending counter-attacks are so poor.I mean on positioning and team comunication of Mustafi and Chambers yestrday.Also I wanna to say something about Xhaka.So bad anticipation.I dont think Ljunberg will fix something,especially I mean on defence.If they want to do something they need to play with 3 CB in system 3-4-1-2 with Bellerini and Kolasinac who can play very good on wide position.
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    MaliMisko12 reacted to NoFear in Premier League Predictions > Dec 3rd - 5th   
    big stake on spurs win. Jose knows the manu setup, players inside out. Its like having the manager of the opposition be an insider. 
    Spurs win = 10pts
    1:3 correct score = 1 pts
     
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    MaliMisko12 reacted to thfc in Premier League Predictions > Dec 3rd - 5th   
    Spurs are favourites to beat Man U at Old Trafford!  Never thought i'd see the day.  It would certainly be ironic if a Mourinho led spurs won this game, leading to OGS being sacked and replaced by Poch!
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    MaliMisko12 reacted to StevieDay1983 in FA Cup Predictions > Nov 29th - Dec 2nd   
    Solihull Moors vs Rotherham
    Well, that was a huge sigh of relief that was breathed in after Eastleigh's 86th minute equaliser. Never in doubt! The second preview I'm doing for this 2nd Round of matches comes from Damson Park in Solihull at 7:45pm GMT where National League side Solihull Moors host League One club Rotherham in this highly-anticipated Monday night fixture with all eyes on a potential upset.
    Solihull Moors narrowly missed out on automatic promotion to the Football League last season finishing in 2nd place in the National League but failing to earn promotion through the play-offs. Former England goalkeeper Tim Flowers is the man in charge at the club and they're performing well again this season in 3rd place. It's now 6 games unbeaten for the team and they've had the unique experience of playing in the Scottish Challenge Cup this season where they reached the 4th Round before getting knocked out by Rangers Under-21s. The Moors haven't lost at home in the league since 21st September so they'll come into this game full of confidence.
    Rotherham are also performing well in their league campaign with the club currently sat in 4th place in League One. Paul Warne continues to do a fine job with the Millers but the dilemma is now whether to put equal focus on a potential cup run or use this game as a chance to rest key players and give fringe players a run out. I suspect Warne will field his strongest possible side with a potential lucrative 3rd Round tie as an incentive.
    This game could see a lot of goals. Solihull Moors have already scored 22 goals at home this season with over 2.5 goals scored in 73% of their home matches. Rotherham are a real threat on the road as well mind with 17 goals on their travels. That's more than they've scored on home territory. As always, I'm going to have a cheeky punt on the underdog. I can't resist. My head says Rotherham could sneak it 2-1 or even 3-2 but I'll throw some money behind a romantic home win.
    Solihull Moors Draw No Bet @ 3.50 with SpreadEx
    Total Goals Scored Over 2.5 @ 1.74 with Marathonbet
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    MaliMisko12 reacted to StevieDay1983 in Premier League Predictions > Nov 30th & Dec 1st   
    Norwich vs Arsenal
    The second Premier League preview I'm covering this weekend is a hell of a punt. It's Norwich versus Arsenal in a 2pm GMT kick-off this Sunday afternoon at Carrow Road. Even though the home side have really struggled to pick up results this season I'm thinking the chaos that's ensued with the away side over the past week with the sacking of manager Unai Emery.
    Norwich had been in a rut of results before beating Everton 2-0 away last weekend. Before that match the Canaries had failed to win in their past 7 league games. Daniel Farke's men had also failed to score in 5 of those games. On the positive side, the win last week will do their confidence the world of good and the ELO ratings actually show favour ever so slightly towards the home side in this one.
    Arsenal are in complete disarray. Last season, the club showed encouraging signs under Emery. Unfortunately, this season has been an utter car crash. The summer transfer policy was flawed from the get go and it's led to inconsistent performances and the club enduring its worst run of results since 1992 I think it is. Emery has been sacked after the loss to Eintracht Fankfurt in the Europa League on Thursday and former Gunners player Freddie Ljungberg has been handed interim first team duties. His record of management and coaching isn't great with his time at Wolfsburg as assistant manager only lasting 6 months. It seems this is an upset waiting to happen.
    Everything that has happened so far this season is essentially wiped clean in this game. I don't think Emery was necessarily the main problem at Arsenal. I think the transfer were atrocious and the players have let the manager down badly. The decision to sign Nicolas Pepe for £75 million when all those defensive issues needed addressing remains a mystery to me. I can honestly see Norwich getting a result here. I think they're worth backing either as a double chance or draw no bet.
    Norwich Draw No Bet @ 3.40 with SpreadEx
    Total Goals Scored Under 3.5 @ 1.83 with Marathonbet
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    Federer was fantastic against Djokovic.  One of his best performances ever! And  yes at the age of 38 continues to play like the Titan of tennis!
    Tsitsipas in great shape as well, but in my humble opinion he is lucking time to fully recover from his yesterday long and hard match against Nadal.
    Federer to beat Tsitsipas 2-0 @1.83 offered by bet365 must bet!  
    Also great Thiem to smash unreliable Zverev @ 1.66 offered by bet 365 another must bet!
    Good luck punters!
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    I think today big value is WHU.Why? I think because obviously the lack of desire and maybe motivation they struggling with bad form.They have good quality in every position especially at attack.They have Yarmolenko,Anderson,Lanzini who can with individual quality they can make a difference but they need to feed Haller with good balls in opposition half.At other side Burnley at other side only have good team spirit and they play like whole team.Also there is not strange that they lost 4 match and in the row and after that they win and they dont have some player who can make difference by him self but with long balls and so much physicality they are survive every year in PL.
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    Watford vs Bournemouth
    The Premier League is giving a few tempting long shouts this weekend and one I'm keen to pick out is in the game between Watford and Bournemouth that kicks off at 3pm BST on Saturday afternoon at Vicarage Road. The home side are sitting bottom of the league table and will be hoping to get 3 points against an away side that are performing well so far this season.
    Watford could not have anticipated much of a worse start to their campaign. The sacking of Javi Gracia was not unsurprising at the time but the shock was the re-appointment of Quique Sanchez Flores. Results haven't exactly improved since the change of manager. The Hornets are now 4 points adrift of safety and need to start picking up victories. It's the first time since 2006 that the club has failed to win any of their first 9 league matches. That season they ended up finishing bottom of the Premier League. Defence is an issue with the club only keeping 2 clean sheets in their last 26 games. It's a dire state of affairs.
    Bournemouth are a polar opposite to their opponents today. Eddie Howe's men are positioned in 10th place but have looked a very competent side so far. A recent poor spell of results has seen them fail to win any of their last four matches. I wouldn't normally be keen to back the away side on a bad run of results but I just feel this is a game where the price allows me to back them to get something here.
    The head-to-head meetings isn't very good reading for Watford fans with their club having never beaten Bournemouth in the top flight. 6 of their 8 meetings have ended in a draw. Watford also haven't beaten Bournemouth in their last 8 league games at home. If Bournemouth win this game then they'll have won back-to-back games at Vicarage Road for the first time since 1948. I'm not sure they'll win so I'm backing a draw.
    Draw @ 3.60 with Betfred
    BTTS @ 1.65 with SportNation
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    Southampton vs Leicester
    Friday night football is back for the Premier League with Southampton playing Leicester in this 8pm BST kick-off at St Mary's Stadium. These two sides have had contrasting starts to their league campaigns with the home side toiling at the wrong end of the table and the visitors are flying high up the top end of the division. Will the result favour the form book or will we see a surprise?
    Southampton narrowly avoided relegation last season but with the appointment of Ralph Hasenhuttl it was hoped that the Saints could push on up the table this season. Unfortunately, the club is currently sitting in 17th place and only outside the relegation zone on goal difference. Four league games without a win has left the fans becoming concerned but the 1-1 draw versus Wolves in their last match gave hope that they might have turned a corner. What is more worrying is the fact that this poor form has continued from last season with the club only managing 2 of their last 14 league games with the worst home record in the division this season having failed to keep a clean sheet at home. However, this is a Southampton side that have scored in a club record 18 consecutive home games. 
    Leicester are a completely opposing tale. Brendan Rodgers has transformed this Foxes team into a free-flowing attacking side that are making a serious push for a top four finish this season. 5 wins from their last 7 league games has pushed the team up to 3rd in the table. If Leicester win here then it'll be the first time since 1930 that they'd have won 6 of their first 10 matches in the top flight. Disconcertingly, the club hasn't kept a clean sheet in their last 12 away league games. It could also be worth backing Jamie Vardy to score any time because he's bagged 15 goals since Rodgers took over in March.
    These two sides played each other three times last season with the away side winning both league games with Leicester winning the EFL Cup clash on penalties. St Mary's Stadium is a place Leicester love scoring goals having hit six here in their last two visits. I can see goals being scored again in this game. I'd have to back Leicester to sneak a 2-1 win if I was pushed on a correct score.
    Leicester to Win @ 2.35 with SportNation
    Anytime Scorer: Jamie Vardy @ 2.25 with Betfred
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    Aston Villa v Brighton
    Villa are coming off an excellent demolition job of Norwich City prior to the International break. They are obviously playing well, and it is a surprise that Jack Grealish can't get a call up into the England squad.

    Brighton have not scored in 3 away league games and I feel that the drought could continue here. I expect Villa to take a 1st half lead and win. They have lost just one first half game at home in their last 9.
    More importantly it is also my pick for the 'last man standing' competition, where I hope to progress further than the 1st hurdle (this time).
     
    Man United v Liverpool 
    Man United just nowhere to be seen. They are in a mess, and doubts are growing regarding Solksjaer's ability to solve the problem.

    Realistically the mandate for a manager/coach is to have a solid game plan(tactics), help players reach their full potential, create an environment where the team and club can prosper, and deliver an appealing style of play on the pitch.

    Does Solksjaer even tick any of these boxes? Would any other Premier league team want him as their manager? All he has done so far is give the youngsters the chance. But anybody could have done this ! What else is he bringing to the table apart from no experience and a poor track record.

    One plus in his favor, is that he has not compounded Man United's bloated squad and transfer errors. All three signings look decent, and are definite upgrades of what was there.

    Here is the deal for United and Woodward. Sell Pogba to Real Madrid for 120 million. Forget the combination of Ben Chilwell and James Maddison from Leicester. Just get Maddison, as you already have Shaw on a 50 million 5 year contract. Then forget about Mario Mandzukic and rather buy Callum Wilson from Bournemouth with the left over money from the Pogba sale. Great January business.

    I just don't think they can rely on Martial, who is inconsistent and prone to injury. You need a solid center forward who can hold up the ball and do his best work in the 5 yard box. Rashford is not your man for this task.

    Regardless of what United do, they need to sort out a director of football. Ajax have a perfect candidate (ex Man United keeper Edwin van der Saar), who is doing things brilliantly. Woodward won't move here because he is probably scared that  van der Saar takes his job. The sales of Jasper Cillessen, Arkadiusz Milik, Davy Klassen, Davinson Sanchez, Justin Kluivert, Frenkie de Jong and Matthijs de Ligt banked Ajax a cool 250m over 3 years. Imagine how good Ajax would be if they were not a feeder club?
    Regarding Sunday's game the less said the better. I think Liverpool win it easily and could give United an absolute flat handed baba-knuckle .
    Interesting that the odds on United winning have dropped from 8-1 to 5-1 now that Pogba is not playing .
    Am going away win and over 2.5 goals in this game.