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  1. Here are the odds for the upcoming midweek Cymru Premier matches heading our way. @Wiltshire Shot, are you tempted to have a little punt on the action yet?
  2. Check out the odds and ratings for this midweek batch of matches in League 1 and League 2 coming up. No Scottish Premiership fixtures during the week so tell us your bets for these games shown above!
  3. It's a bumper week of action in the Championship with a number of matches taking place in midweek before a full weekend schedule. Take a look through the odds and ratings above then tell us your bets for these games!
  4. West Ham vs Leeds The second game in the Premier League on Monday night is an 8pm GMT start when high-flying West Ham host a mid-table and inconsistent Leeds at the London Stadium. The home side have a chance to continue their pressure on the Champions League qualification chasers against an away team who will be keen to see this season off on a positive note as their safety looks more and more certain. West Ham are certainly one of the success stories of this season. David Moyes has guided his team to 7th in the table and within touching distance of qualifying for Europe's top table
  5. Chelsea vs Everton The Premier League throws up two matches on Monday night with the first one being a 6pm GMT kick-off between Champions League chasing rivals Chelsea and Everton at Stamford Bridge. Both teams have hit a purple patch of form but at least one of them will drop points in this game. Will either side snatch a victory or are they destined to battle out a draw? Chelsea are looking like a genuine danger to the teams in and around the top four once again since the appointment of Thomas Tuchel. I'm still not sure he's the right long term appointment but is there such a thing
  6. Tottenham vs Crystal Palace The last game to be played in the Premier League on Sunday is a 7:15pm GMT clash when Tottenham host Crystal Palace at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Each side has their own reasons for wanting to get a much-needed win but with results not exactly being impressive lately for both teams it's hard to see if either team has what it takes to win this one. Tottenham are slowly starting to get their season back on track it would appear. Jose Mourinho's men are in 8th place and just 5 points off the pace of the Champions League spaces after back-to-back clean she
  7. Manchester City vs Manchester United The big game in the Premier League this weekend is the Manchester derby between league leaders Manchester City and their nearest rivals Manchester United in a 4:30pm GMT kick-off from the Etihad Stadium. This is a clash between the top two teams in the top division of English football and it has to be said that a victory for the home side here will surely all but seal their title. Manchester City are leading the way in the division with a 14-point advantage over their opponents for this game who lie in 2nd place. Pep Guardiola's men are unbeaten i
  8. Liverpool vs Fulham I'm not sure any of us would have thought 12 months ago that we'd be here now looking at a Premier League game between Liverpool and Fulham at 2pm GMT on Sunday at Anfield actually wondering which team will come away with the 3 points. The home side look to be in complete disarray as their title challenge has faded away and they face a visiting team who are clearly starting to believe they can stay up this season. Liverpool look a shadow of the team that stormed to the 2019/20 title last season. Jurgen Klopp's side have seen their season plagued by issues and it a
  9. West Brom vs Newcastle The first Premier League game on Sunday is the 12pm GMT kick-off between relegation battling rivals West Brom and Newcastle at the Hawthorns. Both of these teams are in a desperate fight to survive in the top flight of English football this season. It's probably fair to say that this is a must-win for the home side and if the away team fail to take anything from this game then the panic button will need to be firmly pushed. West Brom are realistically seeing their season drift away from them. Sam Allardyce's men are in 19th place and only 3 points off the botto
  10. Brighton vs Leicester The last game of the day on Saturday in the Premier League is an 8pm GMT start between relegation battling Brighton and Champions League chasing Leicester at the Amex Stadium. Neither of these sides have enjoyed much of a return on the points front from their last couple of league matches but will be hoping to secure a victory here as they continue their respective campaigns at opposite ends of the table. Brighton are still the team I am willing on to succeed. Yes, as was discussed between @Mindfulness and @Tiffy the other week, I have been known to get drunk on
  11. Aston Villa vs Wolves An interesting game is coming up in the Premier League at 5:30pm GMT on Saturday afternoon when Aston Villa play Wolves at Villa Park. It might not be the Birmingham derby or the Black Country derby but make no mistake that this will remain a fixture that has an extra bit of bite to it due to the two clubs' stadiums being located just 16.4 miles apart from each other. Aston Villa were loving life earlier in the season as they topped the table and spanked reigning champions Liverpool by a 7-2 score-line. Those heady days seem like a lifetime ago with the club dow
  12. Morecambe vs Carlisle The League One preview of the week comes from the Mazuma Stadium where promotion-chasing Morecambe will host an out-of-form Carlisle in a 3pm GMT kick-off on Saturday. Both of these sides were looking at a promotion push earlier in this campaign but now the away team can't appear to buy a win after a period of postponed matches. Will this be the game where that changes? Morecambe find themselves in an encouraging position right now in 5th place and just 2 points off the pace of the top three automatic promotion places. Derek Adams has got his team playing well h
  13. Sunderland vs Rochdale The League 1 action is back this weekend and I've decided to opt for a game where I feel we have a chance at earning some easy money. Sunderland host Rochdale in a 3pm GMT kick-off on Saturday afternoon at the Stadium of Light. These two teams are competing at opposite ends of the league table and with the bookies backing a comfortable home win is there any chance of a shock away team victory? Sunderland have started life under new owner Kyril Louis-Dreyfus and it now looks like Lee Johnson is starting to see his influence have a positive impact on results. The
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