Jump to content
Announcements
** September Nap's Competition Result: 1st Boulder5111, 2nd Craig Bluenose, 3rd Barnsley Chop, 4th Zilzalian KO Cup: Bathtime For Rupert, Most Winners: Waggy**
**September Poker League Result : 1st Kevsul £75, 2nd Gemic £45, 3rd Barry John £30**

Premier League February 6th+7th


Recommended Posts

Got to love those odds on Leicester, a tough game for them, yes, but with Vardy smashing them in again and this a must win match for them, I think I'll be putting all my doublers on with them as the Banker.

I fancy Swansea too this weekend. They are playing great again and Crystal Palace just don't seem interested right now. 

INTERESTING FACT: There have been a very low percentage-wise number of ties the last month, below average anyway...look at those fixtures and tell me you don't have a hard time seeing a clear winner in most of 'em.

Edited by andrewcalo
typo
Link to post
Share on other sites
06/02/2016 Aston Villa 32.25 34.50 - 14.50 19.50 Norwich +12.75
06/02/2016 Liverpool 47.75 42.00 - 30.50 25.25 Sunderland +22.50
06/02/2016 Manchester City 52.25 51.50 - 35.50 34.25 Leicester +18.00
06/02/2016 Newcastle 34.00 51.00 - 26.50 25.00 West Brom +9.00
06/02/2016 Southampton 41.50 47.00 - 38.50 35.00 West Ham +6.50
06/02/2016 Stoke 40.00 41.00 - 29.00 38.25 Everton +1.75
06/02/2016 Swansea 26.75 27.00 - 12.50 19.50 Crystal Palace +7.25
06/02/2016 Tottenham 62.50 67.00 - 12.00 26.00 Watford +36.50
07/02/2016 Bournemouth 36.50 39.50 - 36.00 32.00 Arsenal +4.50
07/02/2016 Chelsea 39.50 36.50 - 30.50 35.00 Manchester Utd +4.50

 

Our ratings this week suggest a lot of home teams will be winning! If they are correct, no away side will win this weekend! Let's see!

Link to post
Share on other sites

Manchester City vs Leicester: Will fate of the Premier League title be virtually decided at the Etihad?

The game of the Premier League season so far takes place this Saturday in a 12:45pm kick off when second placed Manchester City host league leaders Leicester at the Etihad Stadium. One way or another the result of this match could go a long way to deciding the destination of this season's Premier League title.

THE BET

Asian Handicap: Leicester +1.25 @ 8/11 with BetVictor

Full Article: https://www.punterslounge.com/betting-tips/football/premier-league/manchester-city-vs-leicester-2016020302

Link to post
Share on other sites

Southampton vs West Ham: Bilic aiming to consolidate European push against Koeman's in-form Saints

It is a battle for European spaces this Saturday evening when Southampton welcome West Ham to the St Mary's Stadium for a 5:30pm kick off. A win for the Saints would continue their fine form and put the race for the Europa League places wide open but a win for the Hammers could have them looking at gate crashing the Champions League positions.

THE BET

Asian Handicap: West Ham +0.75 @ Evens with BetVictor

Full Article: https://www.punterslounge.com/betting-tips/football/premier-league/southampton-vs-west-ham-2016020402

Link to post
Share on other sites

Liverpool FC v Sunderland

Liverpool FC: Philippe Coutinho (17/5 m, 2nd top scorer), Divock Origi (8/1 f), Joe Allen (8/1 m)(all probably out), Daniel Sturridge (5/2 f), Jordan Rossiter (1/0 m), Martin Skrtel (17/1 d), Joe Gomez (5/0 d), Danny Ings (5/2 f)

Sunderland: Yann M'Vila (23/1 m), Jeremain Lens (18/2 m)(both doubtful), Sebastian Larsson (11/0 m), Adam Matthews (1/0 d)

 

Newcastle Utd v West Bromwich

Newcastle Utd: Siem de Jong (14/0 m, doubtful), Jamal Lascelles (7/1 d, suspended), Chancel Mbemba (24/0 d), Paul Dummett (15/1 d), Jack Colback (18/0 m), Ivan Toney (1/0 f), Vurnon Anita (18/0 m), Papiss Cisse (13/2 f), Massadio Haïdara (7/0 d), Gabriel Obertan (5/0 m), Tim Krul (8/0 first goalkeeper), Curtis Good (0/0 d), Sylvain Marveaux (0/0 m)

West Bromwich: Jonny Evans (20/1 d), Chris Brunt (20/0 m), Callum McManaman (11/0 m), James Morrison (18/3 m, 2nd top scorer)

 

Daily updated injuries and suspensions information from more then 50 football leagues and competitions at: www.injuriesandsuspensions.com

Link to post
Share on other sites
On 04/02/2016, 22:19:08, Aidymac said:
06/02/2016 Aston Villa 32.25 34.50 - 14.50 19.50 Norwich +12.75
06/02/2016 Liverpool 47.75 42.00 - 30.50 25.25 Sunderland +22.50
06/02/2016 Manchester City 52.25 51.50 - 35.50 34.25 Leicester +18.00
06/02/2016 Newcastle 34.00 51.00 - 26.50 25.00 West Brom +9.00
06/02/2016 Southampton 41.50 47.00 - 38.50 35.00 West Ham +6.50
06/02/2016 Stoke 40.00 41.00 - 29.00 38.25 Everton +1.75
06/02/2016 Swansea 26.75 27.00 - 12.50 19.50 Crystal Palace +7.25
06/02/2016 Tottenham 62.50 67.00 - 12.00 26.00 Watford +36.50
07/02/2016 Bournemouth 36.50 39.50 - 36.00 32.00 Arsenal +4.50
07/02/2016 Chelsea 39.50 36.50 - 30.50 35.00 Manchester Utd +4.50

 

Our ratings this week suggest a lot of home teams will be winning! If they are correct, no away side will win this weekend! Let's see!

Got to say I'm surprised Bournemouth is kinda of favoured over Arsenal. Still think Arsenal will have too much for Bournemouth.

Link to post
Share on other sites

Chelsea v Man United

 

Will van Gaal go with the more attacking style of play, or will he revert back to the boring stuff ?

In a way, he needs to stay with what's working. One way or another he has to trust his players, and give them more freedom to play. 

Chelsea have 8 first half draws in their last 10 home games.

Only 4 of those games have been 0-0 at HT.

I don't think the 1st half draw is a winning bet here.

There are just too many first half goals in Chelsea's home games. 

Chelsea, under Mourinho would draw this game, but under Hiddink, anything could happen.

An open attacking game is on the cards here. 

I think the way in which United approach this game also depends on what Tottenham do against Watford on Sat.

Spurs win, and United need to win to keep pace. Spurs draw, United can also go defensive and be more conservative. 

Ok SO United have to play an aggressive game and go for it.

Drawing does them no good, especially with Leicester and Spurs winning.

 

Over 2.5 goals is priced incorrectly IMO. Under Mourinho it's perhaps correct, but under Hiddink it looks more than decent at 2.3.

I think United to win it at 4 also has some value. Get outta your own way, back yourself and go for it !!!

Leicester have been doing it all season, why not United for the last 14 games of the season ...

 

Weird stuff , the over 2.5 goals software is on a 14 game winning streak with 5/5 today.

Even I'm surprised by it, and I wrote the algorithm  :loon :loon :beer

Edited by neilovan
Link to post
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.
Note: Your post will require moderator approval before it will be visible.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

×
×
  • Create New...