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vmoney

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  1. Re: Manchester United v Fulham > Sunday February 9th What a peculiar, arrogant post. We've shipped 6 to Hull, 4 to Liverpool, Everton, Man City, Sunderland and Leicester and 3 to West Ham and Southampton. We are managed by someone who has almost zero managerial experience and appears out of his depth. United are smarting from an unfortunate defeat to Stoke, have RVP, Mata and Rooney (who has a formidable goal record against us) all playing together for the first time and are up against the worst defence in the League by some distance. To suggest the original post is laughable against
  2. Re: Swansea City v Fulham > Tuesday January 28th Mid table? You need to adjust your computer screen...
  3. Re: Swansea City v Tottenham Hotspur > Sunday January 19th Have to fancy Swansea at that price. They're a 11-15 team and Spurs are a 6-10. Over the last 10 years the breakdown in this type of fixture is as follows: [TABLE=width: 289] [TR] [TD]HW[/TD] [TD]106[/TD] [TD]42%[/TD] [TD]2.36[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]Draw[/TD] [TD]62[/TD] [TD]25%[/TD] [TD]4.03[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]AW[/TD] [TD]82[/TD] [TD]33%[/TD] [TD]3.05[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD] [/TD] [TD]250[/TD] [TD] [/TD] [TD][/TD] [/TR] [/TABLE] As you all know, you can get 3.25 with bet365 on the home win and 2.20 DnB which I believe offers terrif
  4. Re: West Ham v Newcastle United > Saturday January 18th Decent write up, though I will say that if a draw was to occur, it would be the first in a 16-20 v 6-10 match up this season. Not saying it's not going to happen, just saying it hasn't happened yet. Looks like a win either way for me and because of WHU's defensive problems, I would side with Newcastle who are considerably better balanced side.
  5. Re: West Ham v Newcastle United > Saturday January 18th See below
  6. Re: Cardiff City v West Ham > Saturday January 11th This looks a game full of goals to me. Both teams are solid 16-20 material and I've broken down the data of these sort of fixtures based on last 10 Prem seasons below: [TABLE=width: 289] [TR] [TD]Over 2.5[/TD] [TD]113[/TD] [TD]57%[/TD] [TD]1.77[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]Under 2.5[/TD] [TD]87[/TD] [TD]44%[/TD] [TD]2.30[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD] [/TD] [TD]200[/TD] [TD] [/TD] [TD][/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD] [/TD] [TD][/TD] [TD] [/TD] [TD][/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]Over 3.5[/TD] [TD]64[/TD] [TD]32.00%[/TD] [TD]3.13[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]Under 3.5[/TD] [TD]136[/TD
  7. Re: Southampton v West Bromwich Albion > Saturday January 11th Saints are a solid 6-10 team whereas WBA are languishing in 14th place. Historically over the last 10 seasons, the odds for 6-10 v 11-15 games are as follows: [TABLE=width: 291] [TR] [TD=colspan: 3]6 - 10 v 11 - 15[/TD] [TD] [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD] [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]HW[/TD] [TD]149[/TD] [TD]60%[/TD] [TD]1.68[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]Draw[/TD] [TD]65[/TD] [TD]26%[/TD] [TD]3.85[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD]AW[/TD] [TD]36[/TD] [TD]14%[/TD] [TD]6.94[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD] [/TD] [TD]250[/TD] [TD] [/TD] [TD][/TD] [/TR] [/TABLE] You could argue
  8. Re: Aston Villa v Everton > Saturday October 26th Interesting that this fixture has ended in a draw in 7 of the last 10 meetings. As the guys above have said, goals also very prominent with over 3.5 cashing in 7/10. Incredible stats really. I feel Everton are more open under Martinez so again expect a few goals here.
  9. Re: Southampton v Fulham > Saturday October 26th Kev, just a bit of a advice from a Fulham fan over here. I love Hangeland but he's been awful for us this year. Absolute terrible and not the player of a couple of seasons ago. Rumours are he's been carrying a back injury but we definitely look stronger with him out of the team. Apart from that, I agree with your assesment.
  10. Re: Stoke City v West Bromwich Albion > Saturday October 19th It's often the case a mid table team gets a couple of good results v top 5 opposition and then gets brought back down to earth. Stoke have kept 6 clean sheets in last 8 Prem games v Baggies and I see no reason for that trend to suddenly stop. Let's not forget, this is the same WBA team (without Sessegnon who isn't all that great imo) which went 4 games without scoring a goal at the start of the season. Big price. Home clean sheet 3.50
  11. Re: Crystal Palace v Fulham > Monday October 21st Palace - Fulham We're dire straits and if Berbatov hadn't got injured Jol's hand wouldn't have been forced and Bent would not have got the winner against Sto ke.As a Fulham fan, I know too well that we struggle against these up and in your face sides and Palace are exactly that. I rate these two sides as bottom 5 material and over the past 100 games the home win is priced at 2.30 so a fair bit of value there. Also, I like the price on Palace clean sheet. Based on data and my knowledge of FFC's impotency, I have this around the 3.50 ma
  12. Re: Manchester United v Southampton > Saturday October 19th Home clean sheet looks big. United are struggling so I feel Moyes will go back to basics here and try to make it a tight game to try and avoid back to back home league defeats. Expect hard working players such as Young/Valencia ahead of Nani/Kagawa to make it a battle out there. Saints, with an admirable defensive record, have still only scored twice on the road (set pieces) so not exactly potent. Was strongly considering under 2.5 as I think Moyes will try not to lose and rely on RvP and Rooney to nick it but with those two on
  13. Re: Fulham v Stoke City > Saturday October 5th Yup. How was it? Didn't go but by the sounds of it Glenn Whelan did us a favour by injuring Berbatov and forcing Jol's hand to replace him with Bent.
  14. Re: Tottenham Hotspur v West Ham > Sunday October 6th Fair points but, there is NO value on Spurs win. The odds are perfect. In fact, in the Premierleague, there is ZERO value across all your traditional markets such as 1X2, over/under and BTTS. That's why its sometimes worthwhile to look at your more exotic markets.
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