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Premier League Predictions > Aug 26th & 27th

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The next round of Premier League matches and the final set before the international break are coming up this weekend. Here are the odds and ratings for those games. What are you going to betting on? Do you have any tips you want to pick out?

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Early thoughts are that Bournemouth could be worth backing on a +1.5 handicap. City should win but it might be tight, particularly if Bournemouth can score which wouldn't surprise me. Palace Swansea looks like a draw based on the poor start both teams have made to the season - one thing is certain and that's neither team will want to lose even at this early stage in the season. Huddersfield look a great price to continue their good run, particularly as Southampton haven't looked that convincing. West Ham could be worth a play away at Newcastle with the Geordies looking unsettled on and off the pitch and now that Chicarito has found his shooting boots. I'd say Watford are justified favourites at home to Brighton and they should be good for the win. The way that Man Utd are playing they'll beat Leicester, but even so I'd be tempted to back the Foxes on a plus. I certainly think they should be shorter than 10/1 based on how they've played so far.

As for Sunday's games, I expect Chelsea to kick on now after beating Spurs last time out. For all the talk of crisis, Burnley was just one game and despite that game and the criticism of the depth of Conte's squad I think it's worth remembering that they won the league last year despite using very few players. By comparision, Man City have a massive squad and an embarrassment of riches on their bench but that doesn't guarantee success. I think Chelsea will continue to be strong at home this season as they were last season, with Conte putting a premium on good defending and keeping things tight. That's always a platform for success no matter where you are in the league - just ask West Brom for example.

Talking of West Brom, I like their chances against Stoke. Despite the Potters win against Arsenal, I still think they are pretty toothless going forward and that's even more the case when they go away. West Brom are well organised, good defensively and always a threat from set pieces but at the same time not prolific so a 1-0 home win seems most likely to me. I have no idea who to back out of Liverpool Arsenal, but overs and/or BTTS seems a good play based on the defence and attack of both teams. Lastly, I think Tottenham will beat Burnley with something to spare so backing them to cover a handicap could be the way to go. This is an ideal opportunity for Spurs to start to put to bed the idea of a Wembley jinx against a Burnley side that are likely to continue to struggle on the road this season.

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Purely based on historical results...

Newcastle

They have not lost consecutive 3 opening league matches of the season since 1999

They have not lost their 3rd league match of the season since 2008

2016-17 season saw a similar streak, losing their 1st 2 league matches of the season before a win in their 3rd league match

West Ham

They have not lost consecutive 3 opening league matches of the season since 2010 (they relegated that season as well)

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Watched Burnley-WBA last weekend and WBA's defence looked very convincing to me. I know that Stoke won against Arsenal, but Arsenal's defence is so shaky at the moment that their loss didn't come as a huge surprise to me. I think WBA will have a great chance of winning this considering how strong they looked against Burnley defensively. West Bromwich to win, best odds around 2.45.

Other bet that stands out for me is Watford to win against Brighton. Best odds around 2.00 atm. Brighton's form looks poor at the moment whereas Da Silva's Watford looks rejuvenated. Players like Richarlison have brought needed goalscoring power and skills to the team. My only conscern is that Da Silva didn't rest most of his starting XI players on Carabao Cup, but I still think that Watford is more the more skillful team here (and in better form).

Also, Liverpool-Arsenal has over 2,5 goals written all over it (and maybe even over 3,5). Both teams have had difficulties defending, but on the other hand these teams know how to score goals (and their H2H says it too).

Edited by Judeksi

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Manchester United’s 4-0 trouncing of Swansea City last week ensured they have scored four or more goals in their opening two league fixtures of a campaign for the first time since the 1907/08 season. They will be confident of making it three successive 4-0 wins with the welcome of Leicester here.

Top prediction for this match: Over 2,5 (1,65 in bet365)

More information:http://kingsoccertips.com/preview-of-manchester-united-vs-leicester-26-08-2017/

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Football Facts and Streaks regarding Premier League

Manchester City have won 5 and drawn 1 of their last 6 meetings with Bournemouth.

100% of Manchester United's last 4 wins over Leicester have seen them lead at the break.

You can find interesting 23 Football Betting Streaks for 26.08.2017 on this link ... http://eurofootballrumours.com/football-streaks-26-08-2017

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1 hour ago, allyhibs said:

Watford at 2.00 looks good value to me. They've started the season well and can continue today against a Brighton side who look like they're still adapting to the Premiership. What's your thoughts @Tiffy ?

Hi Ally

I still don't think that we have solved our striking problem. We clearly didn't score enough goals last season & I can't see that improving at the moment.

our new signings are sstill ettling in, and will take a while to get used to the pace of the league.

On paper Watford should beat us, but I'd like to think that we could get something from today. A point would be great, we should be taking something from teams like these if we want to stay up.

I don't care if we lose,so long as we can start scoring.

Evens for Watford looks worth taking. I can only see us getting a draw at best.

I may be tempted to back the half time draw, we should keep things tight for the first half & soak up any pressure.

Hope this helps

Good luck

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10 hours ago, Tiffy said:

Hi Ally

I still don't think that we have solved our striking problem. We clearly didn't score enough goals last season & I can't see that improving at the moment.

our new signings are sstill ettling in, and will take a while to get used to the pace of the league.

On paper Watford should beat us, but I'd like to think that we could get something from today. A point would be great, we should be taking something from teams like these if we want to stay up.

I don't care if we lose,so long as we can start scoring.

Evens for Watford looks worth taking. I can only see us getting a draw at best.

I may be tempted to back the half time draw, we should keep things tight for the first half & soak up any pressure.

Hope this helps

Good luck

Pretty much as expected. We still can't score, but seem to be playing well. A point well earnt today.

should have backed the HT draw!

Edited by Tiffy

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After an opening weekend loss to Burnley, Chelsea bounced back with victory over Tottenham last week and will be keen to get their title defence really up an running. The Blues are unbeaten in their last 23 home competitive meetings with Everton, and have won five of the last six matches between the two at Stamford Bridge, including a 5-0 trouncing of the Toffees in this fixture last season.

Top prediction for this match: Chelsea to WIN (1,53 in bet365)

More information: http://kingsoccertips.com/preview-of...on-27-08-2017/

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