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Premier League Predictions > Nov 6th - 8th


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Football Facts and Streaks regarding Premier League

Burnley have failed to score in their last 3 matches in Premier League.
There have been under 2.5 goals scored in Newcastle’s last 4 away games in Premier League.
Burnley have lost 86% of their last 7 matches in Premier League.

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Brighton vs Burnley

The Premier League action begins on Friday night this week as clubs play their games earlier to allow for the international break next week. First up, we have the 5:30pm GMT kick-off between Brighton and Burnley at the Amex Stadium. It's becoming imperative for both of these teams to start picking up the wins after poor starts to their respective league campaigns.

Brighton are once again finding themselves becoming drawn in to a relegation dog fight. I've sung Graham Potter's praises on this forum a number of times and after the stunning 3-0 win over Newcastle in the second game of the season and the valiant display in the 3-0 loss to Manchester United in the FA Cup, I honestly felt they were a side that were evolving. Unfortunately, it's now 5 league games without a win and the Seagulls are down in 16th place. Neal Maupay missed the 2-1 loss away to Tottenham due to disciplinary reasons and it can be speculated that he might've made the difference in that game having scored 4 league goals already. Lewis Dunk is back from suspension and that'll be good news for a team that has kept just 1 clean sheet in 7 league games. Home form is a concern with the club only managing 1 win in their last 12 league matches at the Amex. The ray of light is the fact that Brighton have won 5 of their last 6 matches played on a Friday night.

Burnley will be keen to get their season kick started as soon as possible. Sean Dyche has seen his team take just 1 point from their 6 league games so far leaving the club rock bottom of the league table. It is the club's worst ever start to a league season having lost 6 of their last 7 league matches stretching from last season too. Last weekend didn't help morale with the Clarets failing to even get a single shot on target in the 3-0 loss at home to Chelsea. It's now 299 minutes of league action without a goal for the Lancashire club. One optimistic statistic is that star striker Chris Wood has bagged 8 goals in 16 appearances against Brighton.

I'm always reluctant to bet against Burnley because they are the sort of club that have always managed to dig themselves out of a hole. The potential return of inspiration defender Ben Mee is a massive boost for the away side who haven't won a game on a Friday night since 1926. This really is a tough one to decide especially given the awful home form of Brighton. I think on the basis that both teams are terrible in their own ways at the moment I think they would both take a draw here and I think that option offers the best value.

Draw @ 3.65 with Unibet

Total Goals Scored Under 2.5 @ 1.85 with Betfair

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Southampton vs Newcastle Utd

 

 

Southampton

Doubtful: Jan Bednarek (7/0 d), Ryan Bertrand (7/0 d), Ibrahima Diallo (3/0 m), William Smallbone (2/0 m), Mohamed Salisu (0/0 d)

Out (injuries/other): Danny Ings (7/5 f, top scorer)

Suspended: -

 

Newcastle Utd

Doubtful: -

Out (injuries/other): Jonjo Shelvey (5/0 m), Matt Ritchie (1/0 m), Martin Dubravka (0/0 g), Dwight Gayle (0/0 f)

Suspended: -

 

Daily updated injuries and suspensions information from more then 100 football leagues and competitions worldwide at: www.injuriesandsuspensions.com

 

Overall Stats
Southampton
3 home games
Newcastle Utd
3 away games
2.0 Goals scored per game 1.3
1.7 Goals conceded per game 0.7
67% Clean sheets 33%
100% Team scored 100%
100% Team scored twice 33%
67% Scored in both halves 0%
67% Goal in both halves 33%
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Southampton vs Newcastle

The second game in the Premier League on Friday night is the 8pm GMT kick-off between Southampton and Newcastle at St Mary's Stadium. This will be a big test for the home side who have started their season well but face a prolonged period without their top scorer Danny Ings after he was ruled out for 6 weeks but can they still prevail against an inconsistent visiting team with a win?

Southampton find themselves in 5th place after their opening 7 league games. Ralph Hasenhuttl's side are unbeaten in their last 5 league matches contributing to them enjoying their best start to a season since 2014/15. The goals of Ings have been key to that with the former Liverpool and Burnley front man banging in 5 goals already. Ings isn't the only injury concern for the Saints with Ryan Bertrand, Jan Bednarek, and Ibrahima Diallo all also doubtful. There is huge motivation for the club here though because a win could take them to the summit of the Premier League for the first time.

Newcastle might not have started their campaign as effectively as their opponents but Steve Bruce will still feel his team are par for the course so far. The Magpies are in 11th place after 3 wins, 2 draws, and 2 losses up to this stage. Bruce is boosted by the news that Ciaran Clark, Matty Longstaff, and Paul Dummett are all in contention to play after spells on the sidelines. It has only been 2 losses from their 10 competitive games so they're proving a tough team to beat. Even more positively, the Toon Army are unbeaten in all four of their away league games this season. Unfortunately, Bruce's record against Southampton as a manager isn't great. He's only won 1 of his 7 away league games against the Saints.

If Southampton had Ings at their disposal then I'd feel a lot more confident of a home win. However, the combination of the absence of Ings and Newcastle actually appearing to have their tactics on the road in the league spot on means that I'm more inclined to back the draw with an outside chance of even an away win. There's not a lot separating these two teams in terms of their squad quality so it'll be close.

Draw @ 3.63 with Novibet

Total Goals Scored Over 2.5 @ 1.92 with Novibet

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I like Palace at home to Leeds.  Both teams on level points, so not sure why Leeds are deemed favourites for this one.  The table is now starting to settle down, and it looks like both teams are of similar ability level so there shouldn't be much in the odds between the teams.  Leeds play with their gung-ho style which is easy on the eye, and might be the reason why they are seen as favourites, but I feel Palace are the perfect team to nullify that approach.  For me the prices on Palace and Leeds should be swopped so happy to take Palace at home at 3s.

 

I'm also going to take Fulham +1 at just below evens.  They have improved over the past 3 games, and should have more confidence after their first win.  However, the main reason for liking Fulham is because of West Ham, who I believe are missing Antonio again, and whoever replaces him (Haller?) will not inspire confidence.  I realise they have had some tough fixtures recently and done quite well overall, but West Ham love to throw in a bad result against the lesser teams, so I just feel that Fulham have a better chance of getting something than is being implied.  I'm not confident enough to take them outright, but Fulham or the draw looks good to me.

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Everton - Man United

I will analyze the game between Everton and Man United for Premier League (England), which will take place at 07 November 2020. 

From the table of monthly allocation of Over 2.5 goals and Goal-Goals percentages for the division we estimate that the Over 2.5 goals percentage increases slightly, 1%.

According to odds offered, the bookies expect (on average) Everton to score 1.27 goals and Man United to score 1.45 goals. So, they expect 2.72 goals in the game and both teams to straggle for victory in a very competitive match, expected goals difference is -0.18 on average.
According to my calculations, we expect (on average) Everton to score 1.53 goals and Man United to score 1.14 goals. So, we expect 2.67 goals in the game and the home team Everton to win by 0.39 goals margin on average.

My choice will be  1X + GG @ 2.42 in stoiximan.

You can find more details for all the games in Premier League in  https://mathtowin.com/2020/11/05/2020-11-05-Premier-League-England

 

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Leicester - Wolves

I will analyze the game between Leicester and Wolves for Premier League (England), which will take place at 08 November 2020. 

According to odds offered, the bookies expect (on average) Leicester to score 1.25 goals and Wolves to score 0.95 goals. So, they expect a total of 2.2 goals in the game and both teams to straggle for victory in a very competitive match, expected goals difference is 0.3 on average.
According to our calculations, we expect (on average) Leicester to score 1.15 goals and Wolves to score 1.41 goals. So, we expect a total of 2.56 goals in the game and both teams to straggle for victory in a very competitive match, expected goals difference is -0.26 on average.

My choice will be   GG @ 1.93 in Novibet.

You can find more details for all the games in Premier League in  https://mathtowin.com/2020/11/05/2020-11-05-Premier-League-England

 

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Football Facts and Streaks regarding Premier League

Man Utd have won their last 6 away matches in Premier League.
Sheff Utd have lost 90% of their last 10 matches in Premier League.
Fulham have failed to win 95% of their last 22 away matches in Premier League.
Man Utd have won with at least a 2 goal margin in 83% of their last 6 away matches in Premier League.
Sheff Utd have lost with a 1 goal margin in 83% of their last 6 matches in Premier League.

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Everton vs Manchester United

After an excellent start in the campaign, the hosts tied three games without tasting a victory. Everton’s winning streak was broken by their fierce rivals Liverpool at this venue. The Toffees didn’t manage to get back with at least a point from trips to Southampton and Newcastle, and they slipped to the 4th spot. Still, Carlo Ancelotti’s side is only three points behind the top spot, and they want to get back on the winning track. The drop in the form matches James Rodrigues’ absence, and the Colombian international will miss this match as well. Dominic Calvert-Lewin and the lads failed to score just once this season, but also, Everton managed to keep the clean sheet only in the opening round after a 1:0 win over Tottenham.

Again, Manchester United is under heavy fire after losing away to Basaksehir in the Champions League 3rd round. Instead of establishing themselves on the top of the table, they dropped three points against the group’s weakest side. The Red Devils looked ridiculous when defending, and their positioning was on the Sunday league level. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is under the pressure of being sacked, but things don’t seem bright for the away side. Leading players are underperforming, and it looks like it’s going to be another disappointing season for the United fans. The visitors sit on the 15th spot on the table, and they are only four points ahead of the relegation zone. Interestingly, they perform much better away from Old Trafford, as they still haven’t celebrated a victory at their ground.

Full-Time Winner Odds & Prediction

It is a very tough game for prediction, as Manchester United is very unpredictable this season. They managed to beat PSG in Paris, but also lose to Crystal Palace at home. Everton does not shine lately, and we wouldn’t be surprised if this game ends in a draw.

Goals Market Prediction

Both sides are struggling to keep their net intact, and they haven’t conceded just once in the Premier League so far. Therefore, we should be able to see an efficient game in which both teams should find the back of the net.

Draw @ 3.50

BTTS Yes @ 1.65

Correct score 2:2@ 13.00

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Everton - Man United

I will analyze the game between Everton and Man United for Premier League (England), which will take place at 07 November 2020. 

From the table of monthly allocation of Over 2.5 goals and Goal-Goals percentages for the division we estimate that the Over 2.5 goals percentage increases slightly, 1%.

According to odds offered, the bookies expect (on average) Everton to score 1.27 goals and Man United to score 1.45 goals. So, they expect 2.72 goals in the game and both teams to straggle for victory in a very competitive match, expected goals difference is -0.18 on average.
According to my calculations, we expect (on average) Everton to score 1.53 goals and Man United to score 1.14 goals. So, we expect 2.67 goals in the game and the home team Everton to win by 0.39 goals margin on average.

My choice will be  1X + GG @ 2.42 in stoiximan.

You can find more details for all the games in Premier League in  https://mathtowin.com/2020/11/05/2020-11-05-Premier-League-England

 

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Everton vs Manchester United

OK, here we go again. My Achilles heel when it comes to football betting is Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's Manchester United and they travel to face Everton for this 12:30pm GMT kick-off on Saturday afternoon at Goodison Park. The majority of tipsters and pundits are backing the home side in this one and I see it as a perfect opportunity to try a bit of a social experiment.

Everton started the season very well with four straight wins on the bounce taking them to the top of the league table but no win in their last 3 league games has seen them drop down to 4th place and 3 points off league leaders Southampton. Strange times in 2020! One thing the club has improved in their home form. The Toffees have only lost 1 of their last 15 home league games since the departure of Marco Silva back in December, 2019. In manager Carlo Ancelotti, Everton boast a manager with a decent record against Manchester United. The Italian has only lost 1 of his 5 league games against the Red Devils. One issue is that Everton haven't kept a clean sheet at home in their last 7 league matches.

Manchester United are once again finding their manager Solskjaer being criticised from all corners. His diamond midfield is being torn apart and the club's seeming inability to play any other tactic other than counter attacking means that against less-capable sides that sit back his team really struggle to adapt. The Red Devils are down in 15th place in the league and the loss away to Istanbul Basaksehir in the Champions League in midweek was demoralising. The defending on show was quite frankly embarrassing. It's a season of contradictions though. For every Istanbul performance there's the rout against RB Leipzig. For every home loss against Crystal Palace there's the win over PSG. The statistics echo this inconsistency. On the one hand, United could have their lowest points tally after 7 league games since 1989/90 if they lose here yet if they win then they equal the club record of 7 consecutive away Premier League wins. The fact United have only led in league games for 43 minutes is also concerning. Only Burnley and Sheffield United have led for less time.

The statistics suggest that this is a game Everton should be looking to win against a drifting Manchester United. However, I'm not sure I've got many United calls right this season as their inconsistency screws a lot of us over. I'm going to opt for an Everton win purely because I think this is the exact sort of game United display their inconsistency and pick up a win in. Sounds mad, doesn't it? Well, maybe Solskjaer and United have finally pushed me over the edge! I just don't trust United right now. In all honesty, I'm not sure anyone genuinely knows how this one will go! If you don't want to get involved in my "bet opposite to what I think will actually happen because United always screw us over" experiment then you're probably better off backing a draw!

Everton to Win @ 2.40 with Novibet

BTTS @ 1.59 with SportNation

 

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Also fancy Eve to beat ManU, safer bet here would be bts + 0,25 at 1.9, high probability of that hitting. Also fancy Sheff to +1,1,5 and straight out ml for small stakes. I think they can hold chelsea back, was evident vs man city. 

Slightly leaning to leeds, like their style, but as thfc mentioned i don't see palace here as dogs, will stay away from this one., 

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Everton v Man United

Here I am a lifelong Man United fan, hoping that United lose today. Ole may be a nice guy, but he is as far out of his league as David Moyes was. Look at where Liverpool were before Klopp, or Man City before Pep. If you want to win, and be a top club, you need a top manager. More importantly, you need the right personality fit, when that magic just happens.

Everyone says Pochettino has not won anything, but there are only three things worth winning. The league, the Champions League and Champions League qualification. Well, the league looks a 4 way tussle between Man CIty, Liverpool, Chelsea and Tottenham. Reagrdless, there is only 1 winner and 19 'losers'.

Champions League is a lottery. Everything has to go your way.  Spurs were in the final. That's pretty close. 

So CL qualification, is not so easy most seasons. Last year United qualified with 66 points. Laughable, but Arsenal, Chelsea, Spurs were as bad or worse than they were. (David Moyes got 64 points in his season and United came 7th). Poch got Spurs in the big comp year after year at Spurs. It is a solid, strong achievement, and must not be overlooked, at a time they were spending on a new stadium.

What's left ... FA and League cup, ah please. van Gaal won a FA cup and got fired almost immediately. For a big club, those are the minor prizes, for the reserve squad.

So Ole at the wheel ( thanks for that priceless little gem Rio). United lurch from a surprising win, to rancid nothingness, in the blink of an eye. Week after week you simply don't know what jumps outta the box with this team. The reality is that they are a 1 trick pony. Counter-attack or bust! 

The big problem is that they wish to stick with Lindelof, who is simply not up to the task. Taunzebe had a great game against PSG, and he gets benched. Seriously! Play him and stick by him, and give him a run of games. They have a gem here, and have thrown it in the coal shed.

Taunzebe solves a lot of problems. It let's United play one holding midfielder, instead of 2. This let's them compete in midfield, and helps link play up to the forwards. You can't select a team that is essentially 4 center backs, 2 full backs, no mid field (2 overrun lost souls ... choose any 2), and 2 forwards who are totally adrift.  It just creates a disjointed mess (as seen in all 4 of United's league games at home). 

After my rant, I expect Everton to win here.  I would be surprised if they attack the right side of United's defense, considering Shaw is so weak on the left. I am surprised that Everton are still conceding goals for fun. I think in 6 league games they have conceded 2 , 5 times.  So for me goals oare on the menu, with 2 teams struggling to defend.

OVER 2.5 GOALS HERE at odds of 1.75

 

 

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Crystal Palace vs Leeds

One of the more intriguing games in the Premier League this weekend is the 3pm GMT game on Saturday afternoon between Crystal Palace and Leeds at Selhurst Park. There's not a lot separating these two teams who are split only by one league position and a 3 goal difference with both teams having gained the same number of points after 7 league games played.

Crystal Palace are yet another side that haven't yet managed to find any consistency in their performances. Roy Hodgson's team have won 3, drawn 1, and lost 1 so far. The Eagles will head into this clash without captain Luka Milivojevic as he begins a three match ban but they do welcome back Gary Cahill and Jordan Ayew. Goals don't appear to come in abundance at Selhurst Park with Palace only managing to score more than 1 goal in just 1 of their 12 home league games in 2020. The club also doesn't have a great home record against newly promoted teams having lost at least one home fixture against newly promoted sides in each of the last five seasons. It's also a concern how reliant they are on Wilfried Zaha. The 5 goals that Zaha has scored so far this season has helped the club win 7 of their 10 points acquired.

Leeds have been full of endeavour this season but tough fixtures probably mean they're not necessarily in a truthful league position of 12th place. It is a tight league though with the club just 3 points outside the top four. Marcelo Bielsa has seen his players win just 1 of their last 4 league games. This game offers a potential opportunity to end the club's London curse with just 1 win coming from their last 20 league matches in the capital city. The positive news here is that the Whites have been decent on the road so far. A victory here would give them three straight away league wins in the top flight for the first time since 2002 and they haven't conceded an away goal in over 3 hours now.

The head-to-head statistics weight heavily against Crystal Palace here with the London side having won just 1 of their last 8 meetings with Leeds. However, Leeds are without a win in their last 4 visits to Selhurst Park. That said, the last time these two met in the Premier League was way back in 1998 and it was Leeds who prevailed with a 2-0 win then. I think their away form could continue to thrive here and they're worth backing at the price being offered.

Leeds to Win @ 2.43 with Unibet

BTTS @ 1.70 with Bet365

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Chelsea vs Sheffield United

Key absentees could have a big say in the 5:30pm GMT kick-off on Saturday evening when an improving Chelsea welcome a struggling Sheffield United to Stamford Bridge in the Premier League. The home side are starting to look more like the side their squad has promised to be on paper and they'll play a visiting team that is just simply finding it difficult to score goals.

Chelsea were looking a little ropey earlier in the season but Frank Lampard has addressed the keeper issue that was plaguing his team's form to see them move up to 7th in the table.. It's now 10 games unbeaten in all competitions for the Blues including 5 straight clean sheets. Christian Pulisic is injured for this game and Kai Havertz is self-isolating due to a positive covid-19 test. The team does have Hakim Ziyech back fit though and he showed his ability with a goal and assist last week on his league debut. There is also Timo Werner who has scored 3 goals in his last 3 league appearances for Chelsea.

Sheffield United are now without a win in 11 matches across all competitions and it's a dour run of form that has seen them fall to 19th in the league table with just 1 point from their first 7 league games this season. That last taste of victory did come in a stunning 3-0 win over Chelsea but it was back on 11th July. Failure to win this game would see the club go their first 8 league games without a win for the first time since 1990/91. Young centre back Ethan Ampadu is also ineligible to play against his parent club so that's a blow for the Blades and their manager Chris Wilder.

If there is hope ahead of this game for Sheffield United fans then it's in the head-to-head record. United are one of only four clubs who have won more matches against Chelsea than they have lost. They also won the last encounter between the two sides. I still think it's an ambitious mindset to feel Chelsea won't win this one given the form of the two sides. It'll be another hard luck story for the Blades but I'm worried for them right now. Until they start scoring they'll be facing an uphill battle in every game.

Chelsea to Win to Nil @ 2.30 with Betfair

Chelsea HT/FT @ 2.10 with Bet365

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West Ham vs Fulham

The final game of Saturday in the Premier League comes our way at 8pm GMT when West Ham face Fulham at the London Stadium. Fans of both of these teams will feel slightly more optimistic about things than they were a few weeks ago but you get the feeling these two teams remain just a loss or two away from being sucked into turmoil again. Can either side avoid defeat here?

West Ham are looking in a much better position now than after the opening two games of the season that ended in defeats. David Moyes has seen his team lose just 1 of their last 5 league games to move to 14th in the table. The most astonishing factor is the teams they've played during that spell including Wolves, Leicester, Tottenham, and Manchester City. It was only the 2-1 loss to Liverpool in their last league game that halted that superb run. Striker Michail Antonio remains out injured and the Hammers have only won 1 of their 12 league games without Antonio playing. That will also test a team that needs to find goals from somewhere given they've only kept 2 clean sheets in 13 home league games under Moyes. On the plus side, Moyes has won 12 of his 13 home league games against Fulham as a manager.

Fulham secured their first league win of the season after their comprehensive 2-0 victory at home to fellow newly promoted side West Brom last weekend. Scott Parker's side are now up to 17th and out of the relegation zone. Away form in the Premier League remains a problem for the Cottagers having won just 1 of their last 24 away games in the top flight of English football. Their record against fellow London clubs in the Premier League is also terrible having lost 15 and drawn 1 of the last 16.

I'm not sure a lot of thought has to go into this one. I appreciate West Ham do have a habit of raising their game against the higher placed sides and letting their guard down against the lower positioned teams. I just feel the way they are playing right now, even with Antonio absent, should be enough to see them get over the line against a Fulham side that I still think are set for relegation.

West Ham to Win @ 1.88 with Unibet

Total Goals Scored Under 2.5 @ 2.03 with VBet

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West Brom vs Tottenham

I thought I might as well make a start on the Sunday matches before all the Saturday games have been wrapped up. First up, it's newly promoted West Brom hosting an improving Tottenham in a 12pm GMT kick-off at the Hawthorns. Are we being naïve to think that we could see an away team destroy their home opposition in this game? Let's take a look!

West Brom hit a low point last weekend with the 2-0 loss away to rival newly promoted side Fulham. It was a disappointing result that came off the back of a difficult fortnight that saw Slaven Bilic clash with his employers over the unsanctioned departure of Ahmed Hegazi. Rumours are now circulating that the relationship has become untenable with Bilic on borrowed time. The Baggies are down in 18th place with just 3 points from their 7 league games so far and without a single win to their name yet. It's now 8 top flight league games since the club last tasted a win at this level. That was back in the 2017/18 campaign. It has also been their worst start to a league season since 1985. On a positive note, the last time they started the season without a win in their opening 7 league games they did go on to avoid relegation. Bilic also has a very decent record against Tottenham as a manager having won 3 of his 4 home encounters with them in all competitions.

Tottenham appear to now be thriving under Jose Mourinho. The former Manchester United and Chelsea manager has taken his fair hit of criticism down the weeks but his Spurs side are now flying in 3rd place and just 2 points off the pace of top with the club now 6 league games unbeaten. Victory here would see Tottenham win their opening 4 away league games of a season for just the 4th time ever. Arguably, the most impressive stat is that the 12 goals they have scored in their opening 3 away league games is the most prolific of any team in the top flight since Middlesbrough in 1935. It goes without saying that with Harry Kane scoring 6 goals in 7 league games and Son Heung-min bagging 8 goals in his 7 league starts so far that they are both worth considering as anytime scorer bets.

Yeah, I think we can safely assume that this game is one for Tottenham to lose. Everything is pointing at this being yet another painful episode in West Brom's current top flight experience. The attacking prowess of Tottenham is unreal right now and you have to start genuinely considering them as one of the leading contenders for the league title at this rate. A business-like win should be heading the way of the away side here.

Tottenham -1 @ 2.45 with SpreadEx

Tottenham HT/FT @ 2.38 with Novibet

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Football Facts and Streaks regarding Premier League

Liverpool have scored at least 2 goals in their last 9 matches in Premier League.
Man City have kept a clean sheet in 78% of their last 9 home matches in Premier League.
There have been under 2.5 goals scored in 82% of Wolves’s last 17 games in Premier League.
Man City have won 89% of their last 9 home matches in Premier League.
There have been over 2.5 goals scored in 90% of Liverpool’s last 10 games in Premier League.

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Leicester vs Wolves

Undoubtedly, one of the toughest matches to predict in the Premier League this season is coming up this Sunday at 2pm GMT when 2015/16 champions Leicester host the ever-tricky Wolves at the King Power Stadium. Both of these teams are at the very least meeting expectations and are showing the potential to even be worth considering as dark horses for qualification for the Champions League.

Leicester are once again looking like a team that can cause problems for other sides at the top in the Premier League this season. Brendan Rodgers has built a side that are every worth their weight of being potential title contenders with the team currently in 2nd place. Back-to-back wins against Leeds and Arsenal have seen the Foxes bounce back from two straight defeats against West Ham and Aston Villa in the league. Jonny Evans is back available after injury. It's been a great start to their season with the team winning 5 of their first 7 games in the Premier League for the first time ever. One potential issue of concern for Rodgers is that Jamie Vardy hasn't scored in 11 of his last 13 home league games and he hasn't scored in any of his six appearances against Wolves.

Wolves are now all about the league having missed out on Europe last season and exited the EFL Cup. Yes, the FA Cup will come around but, for now, it's all about the league and that's already showing in their league form. Nuno Espirito Santo has seen his team win 3 of their last 4 league matches with clean sheets kept in each one of those victories. It is the club's best start to a Premier League season and they are now looking like a team that are beginning to hit their stride after a bit of a slow start to their league campaign this time around.

There will not be many games this season that are tighter to call on paper than this one. The fact that Vardy has struggled to score at home and against Wolves throws a big spanner in the works if you let the history books influence your betting but with the English striker in such potent form right now it will surely take a brave punt to bet against him scoring in any game at the moment. Purely on the basis that I can't statistically separate these teams I have to back a draw but I think both teams will score.

Draw @ 3.20 with Gentingbet

BTTS @ 2.00 with William Hill

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Manchester City vs Liverpool

Manchester City cannot be content with their start of the campaign as they sit in the middle of the table, being five points behind Southampton and Liverpool. However, they played one game less than their rivals, and the hosts can still involve in the title battle. Sunday’s clash is the key game for City since if they lose, the Reds will get a significant advantage in the race. The home side is not as efficient as in the previous seasons, and the reason for their struggle in front of the oppositions’ goal is Gabriel Jesus’ and Sergio Aguero’s absence. The latter will miss this derby, and that’s the major setback for the hosts in the final third. On the other hand, City’s defensive work is not so good as they conceded eight goals in six rounds. Kevin de Bruyne and the lads played just twice at Etihad Stadium this season in the Premier League, and in the first one, they suffered a heavy 5:2 defeat against Leicester City. However, the hosts managed to keep the clean sheet on the last three occasions, and they want to extend that record.

Liverpool enters this game after a convincing 5:0 victory away to Atalanta in the Champions League. They share the top spot with Southampton, but the visitors played one game less. After a shocking 7:2 loss against Aston Villa in Birmingham and a draw in the Merseyside derby at Goodison, the Reds tied five wins. They conceded only twice during that run, although Virgin Van Dijk will be sidelined for several months. Liverpool shouldn’t worry about their Champions League campaign, as they won all three games. Mohamed Salah and the lads are very productive in front of the oppositions’ goal, but defending hasn’t been very well so far. Jurgen Klopp’s side is full of confidence and comes to Manchester to win some points.

Full-Time Winner Odds & Prediction

A very exciting clash is ahead of us, and we expect to see a great battle. Both teams improved their form lately, and their chances of winning this game are equal. Therefore, we won’t be surprised if this derby ends in a draw.

Goals Market Prediction

Although Manchester City is not so efficient, we are not confident with Liverpool’s defense either. The latest head to head clashes between these two teams were pretty efficient, and we should be able to see goals in both nets.

Manchester City vs Liverpool

Draw @ 4.20

BTTS Yes @ 1.45

Correct score 2:2@ 13.00

Source: https://www.bat-bet.com/manchester-city-vs-liverpool-betting-tips-predictions-match-previews-premier-league/

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Manchester City vs Liverpool

The biggest game of the Premier League season so far is coming up on Sunday afternoon at 4:30pm GMT when Manchester City look to pull themselves back into the title race as they take on reigning champions Liverpool at the Etihad Stadium. Neither of these two teams are leading the table at the moment and losing this game could have a detrimental impact on their title hopes so winning this game has never been more important.

Manchester City haven't enjoyed the best of starts to the season that many felt would be a big one for Pep Guardiola's side as they looked to regain the Premier League title. The Citizens are down in 12th with 11 points from their 6 league games so far. A number of key players including Sergio Aguero, Fernandinho, and Benjamin Mendy remain out injured. If there is one thing City love doing it's beating the reigning champions of the top flight having done it in 9 of their last 10 matches. Failure to score more than one goal in this game will be the first time it has happened to City in over 11 years. The biggest concern though is the record Guardiola has against Klopp. He has suffered 8 defeats to Klopp down the years. More defeats than he has suffered against any other manager in his career.

Liverpool will be relatively satisfied with how this season of title-defending has started. The Reds are 2nd in the league on 16 points but will move 3 points clear at the top with a win here. Klopp knows his team need to improve their away form having only managed 3 wins from their last 9 away league matches. The defensive side of their game remains an issue not only with key players such as Virgil Van Dijk out injured but having conceded 15 goals already in the league which is their worst record at this stage of the season since 1964/65. It is also something to be wary about that Mohamed Salah might have enjoyed a fruitful start to his season with 9 goals scored in all competitions already but he's failed to hit the back of the net in any of his last 12 away league games against teams considered the "established top six" of Manchester City, Manchester United, Tottenham, Chelsea, or Arsenal.

It takes a brave man to bet against this Liverpool side even when they're missing key players are up against top opposition. I foolishly thought Atalanta could cause them problems in midweek in the Champions League and that simply did not happen. I feel Manchester City are in a better position coming into this game in terms of their squad strength but so long as Liverpool have their front three backed up by new signings Diogo Jota and Thiago I think it's always difficult to count them out. I see a lot of predictions backing a Manchester City win but I think Liverpool might do enough to scrape a draw.

Draw @ 4.30 with Novibet

Total Goals Scored Under 3.5 @ 1.75 with Betfair

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Arsenal vs Aston Villa

The last game of the Premier League before the international break kicks in is the 7:15pm GMT start on Sunday evening between Arsenal and Aston Villa at the Emirates Stadium. Both of these teams have hit a couple of inconsistent performances over the past few weeks so will be keen to get back to their best with a win here. Can either team take all 3 points?

Arsenal had started this season well with 3 wins from their opening 4 league matches but a run of 3 defeats from 4 games showed there is still work to be done for Mikel Arteta's side who are in 10th position. The narrow 1-0 win over Manchester United in their last league game was a boost but they return to the home venue that saw them experience a 1-0 loss to Leicester that was their first taste of defeat on home soil during 2020. The statistics offer up some strange reading with the Gunners boasting the best defensive record in the league with just 7 goals conceded yet they haven't kept a clean sheet in any of their last 6 league matches at home. Arteta will be hoping Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang can put an end to his goal drought. If he fails to score in this game it'll be his longest run without scoring since 2014 when he was playing for Borussia Dortmund.

Aston Villa were the early season pace setters in the top flight of English football but it appears reality is catching up with them. Dean Smith's side are in 9th place but have lost back-to-back matches against Leeds and Southampton having won their previous 4 league matches in a row. Perhaps the most worrying thing is the fact they have conceded 7 goals in their last 2 league games having kept 3 clean sheets in their opening 4 league games. Even so, their away record remains decent and if they win here it'll be the first time since 2010 that the club has won three away league games on the trot. However, the stark statistic is that they have lost 12 of their last 13 away league games against the established top six sides.

OK, so there is only one league position separating these two sides but it feels like Arsenal come into this game as heavy favourites. I'm not exactly sure what John Terry has been doing with the defensive unit at Aston Villa over the past fortnight but he should have stuck to what was working in the first few games of the season. The Villains defence is in turmoil again and I'm not sure it'll relish playing this Arsenal side.

Arsenal -1 @ 2.80 with SpreadEx

Arsenal HT/FT @ 2.75 with Bet365

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