WMB TV – Premier League 17/18 – Week 5 Tips

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WMB TV – Premier League 17/18 – Week 5 Tips


Saturday 16th September 2017



Palace v Southampton

  • Tom – “Dud. Last on MOTD. Should Crystal Palace lose and fail to score in this game, they’ll be the first top-flight side in history to open a season with five defeats and no goals. Southampton have failed to score in nine of their last 12 Premier League matches, including three of their four games so far.” – Total goals – over/under 2.5 – Under
  • Olly – “There have been under 2.5 goals scored in 5 of Southampton’s last 6 games and there have been under 2.5 goals scored in Crystal Palace’s last 3 games. Boring game.” – Total goals – over/under 2.5 – Under
  • Will – “Palace are yet to score and Southampton have failed to score in nine of their last 12” – Total goals – over/under 2.5 – Under

Huddersfield v Leicester

  • Tom – “He’s back on form. Jamie Vardy has had a hand in 14 goals (11 goals, three assists) in 17 Premier League appearances under Craig Shakespeare. Huddersfield have to concede at home sooner or later, and Vardy’s pace will scare them.” – To score at any time – Jamie Vardy
  • Olly – “He’s scored 3 in the last 4 prem games and is looking dangerous. Think Leicester will trouble Huddersfield and Vardy will be leading it.” – To score at any time – Jamie Vardy
  • Will – “Huddersfield have kept a clean sheet in their two Premier League home games so far” – Match Outcome – Huddersfield Town

Liverpool v Burnley

  • Tom – “Liverpool have kept a clean sheet in 4 successive Premier League home games – they haven’t kept 5 in a row in the competition at Anfield since February 2007 under Rafa Benitez. Burnley have won just once in their last 23 away games versus Liverpool in all competitions, losing the last 9 in a row.” – To keep a clean sheet – Liverpool
  • Olly – “He’s a man on form. Got to back him against a weaker team…” – To score at any time – Roberto Firmino
  • Will – “The Clarets have had a league-high 30% of their shots this season from corner situations Liverpool’s lack of commanding defensive figure could allow Burnley to score. Liverpool have won just five of the 12 Premier League games that Sadio Mane hasn’t started” – Both Teams to Score – Yes

Newcastle v Stoke

  • Tom – “Decent odds for this. Newcastle United will be looking to win three consecutive Premier League games for the first time since November 2014, when they won five in a row under Alan Pardew. Stoke City have just two of their last 14 away games in the Premier League (W2 D3 L9).” – Match Outcome – Newcastle United
  • Olly – “Can’t separate these two… could be 1-1 or even 0-0.” – Match Outcome – Draw
  • Will – “Could literally go either way. Chosen the team with better odds.” – Match Outcome – Stoke City

Watford v Man City

  • Tom – “Watford have drawn their previous 2 home games. (3-3 v Liverpool, 0-0 v Brighton), so they keep it tight early on. Watford have never beaten Manchester City in the Premier League, losing four of their six clashes, drawing 2.” – Half-time/Full-time – Draw/Manchester City
  • Olly – “Watford are unbeaten so far this season and are going to make it difficult for City. Can easily see both teams scoring!” – Both Teams to Score – Yes
  • Will – “Jesus has scored 3 in his last 2 games. And he scored in Champs League. Scored for Brazil too.” – To score at any time – Gabriel Jesus

West Brom v West Ham

  • Tom – “Big odds for this. West Brom won 9 of their 19 home matches last season. Won 1 (1-0 Bournemouth) and Drew 1 so far (1-1 v Stoke). West Ham have won just once in their last 10 Premier League away games (W1 D3) and have kept only one clean sheet in their last 18 top-flight matches on the road.” – Match Outcome – West Bromwich Albion
  • Olly – “Feel like West Ham have turned a bit of a corner now Carroll is back. West Brom coming off a surprise defeat last week, got a feeling West Ham could do bits here. Either half at those odds is good value.” – To Win Either half – West Ham United
  • Will – “West Ham have won just once in their last 10 Premier League away games West Bromwich Albion have attempted eight shots inside the six-yard box this season; more than any other side in the Premier League. Pulis has lost just one of his last six Premier League managerial clashes versus West Ham” – Match Outcome – West Bromwich Albion

Spurs v Swansea

  • Tom – “Home win, and the Wembley voodoo will be well and truly lifted. This meeting pits the team with the most shots in the Premier League so far this season: Tottenham Hotspur (79), versus the team to have attempted the fewest: Swansea City (26).” – To keep a clean sheet – Tottenham Hotspur
  • Olly – “Scored against Dortmund midweek. Reckon spurs will run riot against Swansea and Son will be on the scoresheet.” – To score at any time – Heung-Min Son
  • Will – “Of all teams that Tottenham have faced 10+ times in the Premier League, they have their highest win rate (83.3%) and goals-per-game average (2.33) against Swansea City. Harry Kane has 23 league goals in 2017. Only Messi and Cavani have scored more in this period” – Player to score two or more goals – Harry Kane

Sunday 20th August 2017


Chelsea v Arsenal

  • Tom – “The stats don’t look good. Chelsea have won their last five home Premier League games against Arsenal, since a 3-5 defeat in October 2011. The Gunners haven’t kept a Premier League clean sheet at Stamford Bridge in their last 12 visits there, shipping at least twice in each of the last 8.” – Match Outcome – Chelsea
  • Olly – “Great odds for a Chelsea win here. It seems like a banker given Arsenals current away form.” – Match Outcome – Chelsea
  • Will – “Arsenal haven’t kept a league clean sheet at Stamford Bridge in their last 12 visits Chelsea have scored in 23 successive League home games. Morata has scored 3 in 4 and Arsenal have been dodgy defensively.” – To score at any time – Alvaro Morata

Manchester Utd v Everton

  • Tom – “United are unbeaten at home for 32 matches. During this current run, United have won 21 and drawn 11 of their 32 home clashes in all competitions. Lukaku has scored 4 goals in his first 4 Premier League games for United, only RVP and Saha scored 5 goals in their first 5 games.” – To score at any time – Romelu Lukaku
  • Olly – “Its written, Lukaku is on fire and will score on Sunday against his former employers.” – To score at any time – Romelu Lukaku
  • Will – “Lukaku has scored 4 in 4 Lukaku’s next goal will be his 90th in the Premier League” – To score at any time – Romelu Lukaku