Thursday, February 18, 2010

Premier League Picks

Premier League Picks

Sports betting expert James Eastham and former pro footballer Steve Claridge from give out a handful of their tips from another great TV show this week.

These are some of the games they will be looking at (you can see all their analysis from the Premier League Preview Show at )

Arsenal have won six and drawn three of their last nine league games against non-Big Four sides
Arsenal have failed to win any of the last three head-to-heads (two draws, one defeat)
Sunderland are without a win in 12 league games (six draws, six defeats)
Sunderland have drawn five of their last seven league games

Recommended Bets:
Sunderland +2 Asian handicap (17/20)
Half-time draw (21/10)

Man Utd have won seven of their last nine league games at Goodison Park
Man Utd have won seven and drawn one of their last eight games in all competitions
Man Utd have scored 19 goals in their last six matches in all competitions
Everton have won seven of their last 10 games in all competitions

Recommended Bets
Lay Man Utd (5/6)
Over 2.5 goals (evens)

Wolves’ 1-0 victory over Tottenham last time out was their first win in seven league games
Chelsea have lost four of their 13 away games
Chelsea have won just one of their last six league games on the road
Chelsea thrashed Wolves 4-0 at Stamford Bridge last November
Seven of Chelsea’s last 10 league games have had over 2.5 goals
Chelsea have kept clean sheets in just five of their last 16 matches

Recommended Bets
Both teams to score (23/20)
Chelsea to win and 3 or 4 goals in match (9/4)

Man City are unbeaten at home – nine wins, three draws
Both sides have scored in eight of Man City’s 12 home games
The season’s first head-to-head was 2-2 at Anfield last November
Liverpool have lost three out of three away to top-six sides
Liverpool’s last 11 games in all competitions have had under 2.5 goals

Recommended Bets
Draw (11/5)
Under 2.5 goals (17/20)

Good luck with all your picks. Next week Steve Claridge and James Eastham will go through all the Premier League games and have a look at the Champions League matchups.

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