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05/03/2016 Chelsea 43.50 50.50 - 29.00 23.00 Stoke +20.50
05/03/2016 Everton 43.75 59.50 - 36.00 37.25 West Ham +6.50
05/03/2016 Manchester City 44.00 36.50 - 11.00 19.75 Aston Villa +24.25
05/03/2016 Newcastle 41.25 57.50 - 32.00 29.00 Bournemouth +12.25
05/03/2016 Southampton 33.50 20.00 - 27.50 29.00 Sunderland +4.50
05/03/2016 Swansea 28.00 29.00 - 23.50 19.00 Norwich +9.00
05/03/2016 Tottenham 74.00 81.00 - 42.00 39.00 Arsenal +35.00
05/03/2016 Watford 26.50 24.50 - 40.50 38.00 Leicester -11.50
06/03/2016 Crystal Palace 23.50 32.50 - 58.50 53.25 Liverpool -29.75
06/03/2016 West Brom 32.25 41.00 - 51.50 41.00 Manchester Utd -8.75
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Tottenham vs Arsenal: North London derby rivals meet in pivotal title race clash

It is the most hotly-anticipated North London derby in years this Saturday lunch time when Tottenham play Arsenal at White Hart Lane in a 12:45pm kick off and the losers of this game could see their Premier League title aspirations take a massive hit as the season enters its final stages.


Total Goals Scored Over 2.5 @ 37/40 with BetVictor

Full Article: https://www.punterslounge.com/betting-tips/football/premier-league/tottenham-vs-arsenal-tips-north-london-derby-rivals-meet-in-pivotal-title-race-clash-2016030304

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Watford vs Leicester: Can the Foxes continue to evade the chasing pack?

Leicester face the next challenge on their journey to try and win the Premier League title when they take on Watford at Vicarage Road in a 5:30pm kick off this Saturday evening. A win could see the Foxes extend their 3 point lead at the top of the league table.


Total Goals Scored Under 2.5 @ 5/6 with BetVictor

Full Article: https://www.punterslounge.com/betting-tips/football/premier-league/watford-vs-leicester-tips-can-the-foxes-continue-to-evade-the-chasing-pack--2016030306

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Crystal Palace vs Liverpool: Eagles desperate to end winless run

Alan Pardew's Crystal Palace will host Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool this Sunday in a 1:30pm kick off at Selhurst Park and the home side will be looking to end a winless streak of 11 league games against a Reds side that will be flying after their 3-0 destruction of Manchester City in midweek.


Total Goals Scored Over 2.5 @ 6/5 with Paddy Power

Full Article: https://www.punterslounge.com/betting-tips/football/premier-league/crystal-palace-vs-liverpool-eagles-desperate-to-end-winless-run-2016030403

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West Brom vs Manchester United: Champions League quest back on for Van Gaal's Red Devils

Louis Van Gaal will take his Manchester United side to the Hawthorns for a 4pm kick off against West Brom at the Hawthorns on Sunday and a win could see them move into the top four if results elsewhere go their way. Meanwhile, Tony Pulis will be looking to make it a fourth game unbeaten in a row.


Draw at HT and Manchester United Winning at FT @ 17/4 with 888Sport

Full Article: https://www.punterslounge.com/betting-tips/football/premier-league/west-brom-vs-manchester-united-champions-league-quest-back-on-for-van-gaal-s-red-devils-2016030404

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Watford vs Leicester City:

1pt Over 2.5 goals @ 5/4 Betfair

Leicester travel to Watford for the Saturday evening game hoping to extend or maintain the lead they had before the start of the day.

Watford come in to this match in inconsistent form. They’ve won, drawn and lost a couple of their previous six games and have only managed to score four, conceding four too. They’ve had a tough run of games lately against Chelsea, Man. United and Spurs but did well to come away with a win at Crystal Palace amongst those. This game isn’t much easier but I do think there is reason for them to hope because they’re still looking a solid side. They were unfortunate to lose against Man. United in midweek when a direct free-kick was the only thing separating the two sides. With relegation very unlikely and Europe just as far away, Watford have the luxury of being able to start playing with freedom.

Leicester come in to this after a couple of unconvincing displays. After leaving it late to beat Norwich at home they let West Brom snatch a point in midweek. Those results suggest to me that a bit of nerves and/or tiredness are starting to creep in to their game. The Foxes have lost two of their last five away games after going unbeaten since the start of the season. Whilst they should have Kante available for this game, how fit he is remains to be seen. He’s such a key player for them that any niggles could leave his team exposed.

Watford have a very good defence and Leicester have the league’s best attack so something has got to give here and I think it’ll be the former. Despite their defensive record Watford have conceded two or more in four of the five games they’ve played at home against the top seven. They’ve scored in four of the five games, despite their poor attack. Leicester usually concede on the road but they also usually score. All of the above leads me to believe that the 5/4 on offer for over 2.5 goals looks the value play.

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Tottenham - Arsenal

Main match of 29th tournament English Premier League is the match Tottenham – Arsenal. Spurs are slight favorite on corners to Gunners. But is it fair? Let’s find out.

Tottenham plays very well home games. They supervised 14 home games in the League. The team has great result: 11 wins, 2 ties and only once Spurs was defeated by Manchester City. Hosts take on average 7.71 corners per game and allow opponents take on average 4.5 corners during a game on White Hart Lane. More over average Tottenham corners is 11.6 in the last 5 games. And the encounters delivered 4.6 corners per game. Arsenal and Leicester take on average 5.21 corners away. West Ham United takes slightly more corners than Arsenal and Everton takes slightly less corners than Spurs. If you look at how Tottenham played at home with those clubs on corners you will see that Spurs won three times. Lately Leicester was defeated by Spurs, the score was 16:8.

Arsenal supervised 14 games away but results on corners aren’t so impressing – 6 wins, 5 draws and 3 defeats. The result of last 5 games is 2 defeats, 1 draw and only 1 win. If to take to attention 5 last games there is number of just 3.8 corners oer game for Arsenal (while encounters average corners is 5.4). Manchester City and Liverpool take on average 7.71 corners at home that is similar for Tottenham. Manchester City will face Arsenal later, and Liverpool won at home on corners from Arsenal with big result 9-3.

If you look at stats of head-to-head matches on Tottenham’s field Spurs are really successful because they won 4 of 5 games and only once was defeated. Spurs took on average 7 corners per match while Gunners just 4.8.

So I think that bet on Tottenham on corners is attractive. Bookie 1xBet offers 1.77 odds on upcoming match.

More stats of corners, cards, referees, goals and others - http://corner-stats.com

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Tottenham v Arsenal

Tottenham: Mousa Dembélé (21/3 m, doubtful), Jan Vertonghen (23/0 d), Clinton N'Jie (7/0 m)

Arsenal: Petr Cech (28/0 first goalkeeper), Laurent Koscielny (24/3 d), Mikel Arteta (8/0 m), Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (22/1 m), Tomas Rosicky (0/0 m), Santi Cazorla (14/0 m), Jack Wilshere (0/0 m)


Chelsea FC v Stoke City

Chelsea FC: Kenedy (9/1 m, doubtful), John Terry (21/1 d), Pedro Rodriguez (21/4 m, 2nd top scorer), Kurt Zouma (23/1 d), Radamel Falcao (9/1 f)

Stoke City: Geoff Cameron (18/0 d, doubtful), Phillip Bardsley (2/0 d), Marc Wilson (4/0 d), Shay Given (0/0 g), Charlie Adam (17/0 m), Glen Johnson (25/0 d), Ryan Shawcross (13/0 d)


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I am finally get involving in to this fierced derby, Arsenal is the most experienced and has always performed in this high level contest.Spura however rotated quite good on midweek , arsenal were bit unlucky, but their game was not that good also...they have key player out or out of form, Pochettino has built a very respectable structure of game play and i give him the edge in this cagey thight affair.cmon spurs fir 4 u @ 2.45!!


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Crystal Palace v Liverpool Sun 2016-03-06 


Liverpool are just so inconsistent. When you think they will blow teams off the park, they fail to score.

When you think they may struggle, they score 4 and win easily.

It really shows up in their away form. They have won 5 away games in 10.

In 4 of these games they have scored 3 or more goals.

The flip side, is a Liverpool team that has failed to score 5/10 away games. It's either famine or flood with this team.

Palace are on a terrible run of form.

Alan Pardew seems to be a streaky manager.

When Palace are good, they are very good. Bad, they are terrible. They have lost 4 home games in a row.

Looking at EPL form in the last 10 games played, Palace are rock bottom.

They have taken 3 points from 30, no wins in 10.

What should freak Palace supporters out, is that they have scored more than 1 goal in a home game just once in ten home games. 

I think that Liverpool, at 2.15 for the away win represents really good value.

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