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Posted  06/05/2011

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Fulham v Liverpool A BET NOW
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Posted  27/01/2011

Tue. 1st February 2011
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Arsenal v Everton A BET NOW
Birmingham v Man City A BET NOW
Blackpool v West Ham D BET NOW
Bolton v Wolves H BET NOW
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2nd February 2011
Blackburn v Tottenham A BET NOW
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Posted  12/01/2011

15th January 2011
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Chelsea v Blackburn H Bet Now
West Ham v Arsenal A Bet Now
Wigan A v Fulham D Bet Now
West Brom v Blackpool A Bet Now
Stoke v Bolton D Bet Now
Man City v Wolves H Bet Now
16th January 2011
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Sunderland v Newcastle H Bet Now
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Chelsea v Blackburn

Chelsea host Blackburn at Stamford Bridge on Saturday in dire need of a win to keep them within range of leaders Manchester United.

Carlo Ancelotti’s side has won just once in their past nine in their flailing English Premier League defence, and despite a comprehensive 7-0 thrashing of Ipswich Town in their third-round FA Cup encounter to boost morale, Chelsea need to win against Blackburn to settle speculation the Italian is on borrowed time at the club.

Striker Daniel Sturridge scored twice in the victory over Ipswich in front of the home fans, but Ancelotti refused to guarantee the youngster with a start against Rovers.

“He played well, scored, is a good player and a good striker, very dangerous,” Ancelotti said.

“In the future, he’ll have opportunities. We have a lot of games in this period coming up. I think he has to fight with the other strikers, but everyone has to fight. There are a lot of players in competition up front.”

The Blues will be without John Obi Mikel due to a knee injury, while long-term absentees Alex, Yossi Benayoun and Yuri Zhirkov are also on the sidelines. I am going for home win here

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Posted 22/12/2010

26th December 2010
Home Team v Away Team Home Draw Away
Aston Villa v Tottenham A Bet Now
Wolverhampton v Wigan H Bet Now
Newcastle v Man City A Bet Now
Fulham v West Ham A Bet Now
Man Utd v Sunderland H Bet Now
Everton v Birmingham H Bet Now
Bolton v West Brom H Bet Now
Blackpool v Liverpoo H Bet Now
Blackburn v Stoke D Bet Now

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Posted 09/12/2010

11th December 2010
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Aston Villa v West Brom D Bet Now
Everton v Wigan H Bet Now
Fulham v Suderland H Bet Now
Stoke v Blackpool H Bet Now
West Ham v Man. City A Bet Now
Newcastle v Liverpool D Bet Now
12th December 2010
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13th December 2010
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Posted 02/12/2010

4th December 2010
Home Team v Away Team Home Draw Away
Arsenal v Fulham H
Birmingham v Tottenham A
Blackburn v Wolves D
Chelsea v Everton H
Man. City v Bolton H
Wigan Athletic v Stoke City D
Blackpool v Man Utd A
5th December 2010
WBA v Newcastle A
Sunderland v West Ham Utd H
6th December 2010
Liverpool v Aston D
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Tips: Blackpool v Man Utd

Man Utd have to be expected to win this one now they are back to the top of the table again after last weekend saw them thump Blackburn 7-1 at Old Trafford whilst Chelsea continued to struggle for form. A reserve United side were spanked 4-0 at West Ham in midweek but in the league again with the best players pick you would have to expect a backlash performance, again, especially against Blackpool seeing as the Tangerines insist on playing attacking football against everyone. It is both entertaining and admirable that they try that but against a superb counter attacking team like United I think they could suffer big time. I dont like Man Utd against teams who have a solid defence but Blackpool certainly dont fall into that category having leaked a league high 29 goals already. I go for Away win in this match

Arsenal v Fulham

I think nothing can be expected in this match than a home win for Arsenal. It is true that the Gunners lose focus in same parts of the match and so they let go the match against Spurs but it can only be expected that they overcome that as they did last match with Aston Villa. Moreover in that match the exceptionally precision play of Arsenal was close to obtain a difference of 4 in the first half. Fulham is not playing well -17th 1 point above relegation- . Their only 2 victims had been Wolves and Wigan and they are yet to obtain a win away. In such condition they obtained high proportion of draws but not with the best teams. As you can see, I go for Home win in this match

Blackburn v Wolverhampton

Blackburn took a famous thumping at the hands of Dimitar Berbatov last week and it is quite possible they will be still reeling from the shock when taking to the pitch against Wolves this weekend. The new owners will be keen to see a display more akin to te defeat of Villa the previous week but I really couldnt be taking the odds-on about the home side. WOLVES put three past Sunderland in their match last week and they can make and take goalscoring opportunities. They are backable to draw at Ewood Park and to my way of thinking, that has to be a touch of value. I go for draw here.

Posted 18/11/2010

20th November 2010
Home Team v Away Team Home Draw Away
Birmingham v Chelsea A
Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur H
Blackpool v Wolves H
Bolton v Newcastle H
Man Utd v Wigan A H
West Brom v Stoke D
Liverpool v West Ham H
21st November 2010
Fulham v Man City A
Sunderland v Everton D
22nd November 2010
Sunderland v Everton D
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Posted 11/11/2010

13th November 2010
Home Team v Away Team Home Draw Away
Man City v Birmingham H
Newcastle v Fulham H
Tottenham v Blackburn H
West Ham v Blackpool H
Wigan A v West Brom D
Wolves v Bolton A
Stoke v Liverpool D
Everton v Arsenal D
Chelsea v Sunderland H
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Posted 4/11/2010

6th November 2010
Home Team v Away Team Home Draw Away
Birmingham v West Ham H
Blackburn v Wigan A D
Blackpool v Everton A
Fulham v Aston Villa H
Man Utd v Wolves H
Sunderland v Stoke H
West Brom v Man City A
Arsenal v Newcastle H
Liverpool v Chelsea D
Cardiff v Swansea H


Blackburn have won six and drawn one of their seven home games in all competitions against Wigan.

Rovers are without a win in their last four league matches at Ewood Park.

Wigan have taken all three points in just one of their last 12 league matches on the road.

The Latics are the only side to have had two of their players booked for time wasting in the Premier League this season.

Wigan’s goalkeepers have saved under half (47%) of the shots they have faced in the Premier League this season.

Nine of Wigan’s 11 league wins since the start of last season have come in games where Hugo Rodallega has scored.

Wigan have had the most shots from outside the box in the Premier League this season (60), while Blackburn have had the fewest (26).

No side has dropped more points in matches in which they have opened the scoring in the Premier League this season than Blackburn (10).


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30th October 2010
Home Team v Away Team Home Draw Away
Arsenal v West Ham H
Blackburn v Chelsea A
Everton v Stoke H
Fulham v Wigan A D
Wolves v Man City A
31st October 2010
Man Utd v Tottenham H
Aston Villa v Birmingham H
Bolton v Liverpool D
Newcastle v Sunderland H
Blackpool v West Brom D

Preview Of Some Matches Above

Arsenal v Birmingham City

The Gunners have been in fantastic nick on home soil this season, winning 4-1, 4-0 and 6-2 thus far.

It’s a chance that they land another three points and it’s tempting to have a punt on them leading at half-time and full-time. They have managed this against Portsmouth, Wigan and Blackburn, so there’s every chance that they’ll have their noses in front by the interval.

The likes of Robin Van Persie, Andrei Arshavin  and Cesc Fabregas will be looking to weave another magic spell.

Nevertheless, the Blues will be set on making themselves hard to beat and will be encouraged by only being narrowly beaten at Tottenham and Manchester United this season.

When they were last in the top flight, they held the Gunners home and away, with NaijaBet going at 1.28 away win that Alex McLeish’s team land an unlikely point. They have only conceded five goals in four away games, so perhaps it will be a modest victory in Arsenal’s favour.

Man United v Tottenham

Mexican forward Hernandez, or ‘Chicharito’ as he likes to be called, has been United’s hero in the last two games as he hit both goals in the Premier League win at Stoke, as well as the winner from the bench in the Carling Cup meeting with Wolves at Old Trafford in midweek.

He can be expected to return to the starting line-up as league duties resume against Berbatov’s former club, with English duo Wayne Rooney (ankle) and Michael Owen (groin) sitting the affair out.

Veteran midfielder Ryan Giggs is missing too with a hamstring injury, but defender Jonny Evans played 90 minutes against Wolves and should be back in the league squad.

For Spurs, midfielder Tom Huddlestone has not recovered from the groin injury that saw him sit out the 1-1 draw with Everton a week ago, so Wilson Palacios will hope to start again after his mother’s recent complaint to Harry Redknapp that he does not get enough games.

With 1.36 home win at NaijaBet, boss Redknapp has the usual injury issues at the back, with captain Ledley King and Vedran Corluka (both groin) still unavailable and Michael Dawson also still sidelined by his ligament injury.

Further forward, striker Jermain Defoe also has ligament trouble and midfielder Jamie O’Hara’s back injury is no closer to recuperation.

Man United (from): Van der Sar, O’Shea, Brown, Rafael, Neville, Ferdinand, Vidic, Smalling, Evra, Evans, Fabio, Nani, Obertan, Scholes, Fletcher, Carrick, Gibson, Anderson, Park, Berbatov, Macheda, Hernandez, Kuszczak

Tottenham (from): Gomes, Cudicini, Hutton, Bale, Gallas, Bassong, Kaboul, Jenas, Sandro, Assou-Ekotto, Lennon, Palacios, Kranjcar, Bentley, Modric, Dos Santos, Crouch, Keane, Pavlyuchenko, Pletikosa.

Arsenal vs West Ham

This is 1.05 home win at NaijaBet

Building some momentum from Wednesday night’s Carling Cup win over Stoke will be the main aim for West Ham at Arsenal tomorrow.

But there are few tougher places to get a result in the Premier League than the Emirates, and Avram Grant’s side will have their work cut out to claim even a point.

Skipper Matthew Upson should be fit to face his former club, although he faces a late test on the hamstring strain he picked up in last Saturday’s home defeat to Newcastle.

Frederic Piquionne looks less likely to play after being injured in the same match, which means Grant is likely to perm a front line from Carlton Cole, Victor Obinna and Benni McCarthy.

Lars Jacobsen, cup-tied for the Stoke game, should return at right-back, with Juilen Faubert dropping to the bench.

Arsenal cruised through their Carling Cup tie at Newcastle in midweek, with Theo Walcott scoring twice in a 4-0 win, and Arsene Wenger’s men will be confident of carrying on that form against the League’s bottom side.

The Irons last win at the Emirates was back in April 2007, when Bobby Zamora scored the only goal in a 1-0 win to kick-start that season’s escape from relegation.

Robert Green produced the performance of his life in that game, and a repeat from the England keeper would be more than welcome tomorrow afternoon.

West Ham (from): Green, Stech, Boffin, Jacobsen, Upson, Faubert, Ilunga, Da Costa, Tomkins, Gabbidon, Spector, Ben Haim, Reid, Spence, Dyer, Parker, Noble, Barrera, Boa Morte, Kovac, Behrami, Stanislas, Cole, McCarthy, Obinna, Nouble.

16th October 2010
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Arsenal Birmingham 15:00


Bolton v Stoke
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Fulham v Tottenham 15:00 Preview

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Newcastle v Wigan
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Wolves v West
Ham Utd
15:00 Preview H
v Chelsea 17:30 Preview D
17th October 2010
Everton v Liverpool 13:30 Preview H
Blackpool v Manchester
16:00 Preview A
Backburn Suderland Preview H

Preview Of The Matches Above

Arsenal vs. Birmingham City

The last ten encounters between Arsenal and Birmingham have produced five wins for the Gunners, a single win for Birmingham and four draws. The Gunners have won away from home only once during this period, and Birmingham City has been unable to defeat Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium during this period.

The last meeting between Arsenal and Birmingham at the Emirates Stadium produced a 3-1 win for the Gunners.

Arsenal’s excellent early-season form has faltered somewhat in the last few weeks, with club recording two wins, two losses and a single draw from its last five matches. The loss to Chelsea a fortnight ago means that Arsenal hasn’t won one of its last three matches in the Premiership.

The Arsenal strikers have been somewhat muted, but still effective, in recent weeks with 10 goals scored in five matches. Defence has let the side down in some tight spots, with 8 goals conceded during the same period of time.

Birmingham hasn’t looked much better in recent weeks, with two losses, two draws and a single win on the board for its last five matches. The club is struggling both at home and away and won’t be relishing a trip to the Emirates Stadium.

The Birmingham strikers have been struggling to find the back of the net, with just 4 goals scored in the last five matches, and 3 of these scored in a League Cup fixture. Defence has allowed in a steady trickle of goals, with 6 goals passing the Birmingham ‘keeper in the last five matches.

Arsenal is a strong favourite for this fixture, trading at best odds of 1.6 at NaijaBet.

Wolves v West Ham

Wolves have only mustered 17 shots on target this season, fewer than any other side.

West Ham have had five points from their opening seven matches in half of their 16 Premier League seasons.

Wolves have dropped eight points this season from winning positions, the joint-most in the Premier League.

West Ham have conceded five headed goals, more than any other team in the top division.

Four of the five goals West Ham have scored have come from set pieces.

West Ham have picked up 49 red cards in Premier League history.

West Ham have won none of their last 21 Premier League away matches.

Wolves have won none of the last six and lost their last four Premier League matches in a row.

Mick McCarthy’s side have picked up the most cards this season, 20 yellows and two reds.

Avoiding defeat would see West ham record their longest unbeaten run since April 2009 of four games without a loss.

Newcastle v Wigan

Wigan have converted the lowest percentage of chances into goals, just 5%.

Newcastle have allowed their opponents only 20 shots on target against them, fewer than any other team in the top flight.

All of Wigan’s goals have been netted in the second half; they are the only team without a first half goal this season.

Wigan are the only team in the Premier League yet to concede a goal from a set piece.

Wigan are also the only team in the Premier League yet to concede a goal away from home this season.

No team has conceded more penalties in the Premier League this season than Newcastle (3).

Newcastle have won 249 Premier League matches.

Ryan Taylor has scored in each of his last four appearances in Wigan versus Newcastle games, but all as a Wigan player.

There have been four red cards and four penalties in the eight Premier League matches between Wigan and Newcastle.

The Magpies have only won two of their last 13 Premier League home games and have lost three of the last four.

Wigan have only won one of their last 10 Premier League away matches.

Manchester United v West Brom

Nani has set up five goals, the join-most in the Premier League along with Didier Drogba.

Man Utd have only earned fewer points after seven games in two of the previous 18 Premier League campaigns.

West Brom have made their best ever start to a Premier League season after seven matches.

United have attempted just three shots on target in their last two competitive matches

West Brom have lost 49 Premier League away matches.

Dimitar Berbatov scored in each of his two Premier League appearances against West Brom.

Man Utd have won 11 and lost none of the last 12 league meetings with West Brom.

United have won 16 and drawn none of their last 18 Premier League matches at Old Trafford.

Man Utd have scored in 14 consecutive Premier League matches at Old Trafford and only in two of those games did they fail to score at least three times.

Prior to their victory over Arsenal last month, West Brom had won none and lost 16 of their 18 matches against the “Big Four” in Premier League history.

Fulham v Tottenham

Mark Hughes has drawn 14 of his last 18 matches as a Premier League manager.

Spurs have scored 99 goals away from home in Premier League London derbies.

Spurs have only won one of their nine Premier League away games against Fulham and none of the last eight.

Fulham have failed to score in the last three Premier League games against Spurs.

Five of the last eight matches between Spurs and Fulham have ended as draws, three of them goalless.

Fulham have failed to score in four of their last five matches against Spurs in all competitions.

Four of the last five meetings in all competitions at Craven Cottage have ended as draws.

Tottenham have conceded exactly one goal in each of their last six Premier League matches

Fulham have posted the best crossing accuracy in the Premier League this season, completing 27% of their centres.

Fulham have made more defensive clearances (328) than any other team so far this season.

Bolton v Stoke City

Stoke have hit the woodwork eight times, more than any other team this season.

The Potters have mustered 10 headed shots on target (the most) and scored the joint-highest number of headed goals (4).

Stoke have recouped seven points from losing positions this season, more than any other team.

89% of the goals Stoke have conceded have come before half-time.

Matt Taylor scored all three goals for Bolton in their two matches against Stoke City last season.

Last season, Bolton were 0-1 down to Stoke going into the final six minutes of each match, but came away with four points from a win and a draw.

Stoke have only won one of the last eight league meetings with Bolton.

Bolton have drawn four of their last five Premier League matches at the Reebok, including the last three in a row.

Stoke are unbeaten in their last six games played in October in the Premier League; winning four and drawing two.

Kevin Davies has committed 28 fouls this season, more than any other player in the top flight.