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Aidymac

Barclays Premier League ~ September 26th - 28th

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As for the debate on Stoke v Bournemouth above, I'd be on wisey's side. Bournemouth have done pretty good so far, but Blackpool started way better and still got relegated a few years back. I think it's only a matter of time before realisation sets in at Bournemouth, add in a couple of heavy defeats and they could disappear without trace to the bottom. Stoke are a tough side, always have been. You can be sure of one thing, when they saw this fixture, they saw 3pts that they must take. If they can't beat Bournemouth at home, then they're also going to struggle.

Interesting match for sure!

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Not a lot to add about, everything i would like to say has already been said for the match i am interested this week.

Stoke is a team that has leapfrog me sometimes, expected to win and then draw or lose. They are recruiting more blood on their side and they Always have a racous crowd on their shoulder. The price is very good considering the quality of stoke city, even if you can base a bet on individual names. After this match , Stoke will not have impossibile matches, so it is very important to start with a win here and put on a series that could push tem in the right side of the table.

Odds are not falling for the 1 sign, but surely are going slightly down in respect of the x and 2 sign.Against Leicester, Stoke were brilliant in the 1st half, than concede a penalty and gives new life to Leicester. I see a lot of class in home team upfront, and to avoid a season of struggle, this is near a must win for Stoke.The Cherries will play for sure with less pressure, but also not being in a desperate condition, will leave them without some agressiveness, while i expect the home side to put to the sword the guest.

Cmon Stoke!! @2,50 stake 5


 

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Leicester v Arsenal

This game just screams GOALS! Arsenal will be their fluent attacking self leaving space at the back. Leicester seem to be loving their comebacks under The Tinker Man himself. You could be forgiven for backing both Over on the goals and both teams to score as it just looks a nailed on cert in my eyes.

1.69 on BTTS at 10bet looks just the job. 

BOOOOM! 18 minutes and a winner. 

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Watford V Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace +0.25 @ 1.80 Matchbook > 5% BR

Haven’t got much time for a full preview here but Scott Dann returns to the Palace defense while error strewn keeper Alex McCarthy has been replaced by Wayne Hennessey between the sticks. Pardew has finally realized playing Bolasie upfront is a fruitless pursuit and so Dwight Gayle gets his chance up top after scoring a midweek hat-trick against Charlton. 

Watford’s lineup remains unchanged from the side that beat Newcastle last week. I have a lot of respect for Quique Sanchez Flores’ team but they face a tricky opponent today in the form of Palace and it will be an interesting test for the hornets.

I like the alterations Pardew has made to his starting lineup here and a decent midweek win for Palace should give them confidence heading into this game. Should be a closely contested encounter between two good sides, for me the away side on the +0.25 line seems to be the logical selection here.

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Watford V Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace +0.25 @ 1.80 Matchbook > 5% BR

Haven’t got much time for a full preview here but Scott Dann returns to the Palace defense while error strewn keeper Alex McCarthy has been replaced by Wayne Hennessey between the sticks. Pardew has finally realized playing Bolasie upfront is a fruitless pursuit and so Dwight Gayle gets his chance up top after scoring a midweek hat-trick against Charlton. 

Watford’s lineup remains unchanged from the side that beat Newcastle last week. I have a lot of respect for Quique Sanchez Flores’ team but they face a tricky opponent today in the form of Palace and it will be an interesting test for the hornets.

I like the alterations Pardew has made to his starting lineup here and a decent midweek win for Palace should give them confidence heading into this game. Should be a closely contested encounter between two good sides, for me the away side on the +0.25 line seems to be the logical selection here.

 

Great call this!

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WBA have been given  a brutal start to the home campaign.

Just very tough to start Man City, Chelsea, Saints and Everton.

In their three home games they have failed to score twice.

They have been NO to BTTS in 2 of the 3 home games, and all three away games.

Seems to be an element of lets be slightly imbalanced, skewed to  defense.

Everton have 3 clean sheets away this season, so they are also doing something right defensively.

Don't see many goals in this game,

4 of the last 5 of this fixture have finished NO to BTTS.

 

THE NO to BTTS looks good at 1.85 (and as high as 1.95 on betvictor)

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WBA have been given  a brutal start to the home campaign.

Just very tough to start Man City, Chelsea, Saints and Everton.

In their three home games they have failed to score twice.

They have been NO to BTTS in 2 of the 3 home games, and all three away games.

Seems to be an element of lets be slightly imbalanced, skewed to  defense.

Everton have 3 clean sheets away this season, so they are also doing something right defensively.

Don't see many goals in this game,

4 of the last 5 of this fixture have finished NO to BTTS.

 

THE NO to BTTS looks good at 1.85 (and as high as 1.95 on betvictor)

Another bomb. EPL is just so inconsistent. Watching game for 1st 40 minutes,

it looked like they could have played for 3 hours without goalies and it would have finished 0-0.

Then one loose pass and the game explodes into a goal feast.

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