WMB TV – Premier League 17/18 – Week 6 Tips

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WMB TV – Premier League 17/18 – Week 6 Tips

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Saturday 23rd September 2017

Premiership

West Ham v Spurs

  • Tom – “Tottenham have lost three of last four Premier League trips to West Ham (W1 D0 L3) and have failed to score in each of these three defeats. Spurs have never won their opening 3 away games in the Premier League, The last time they did it was in the 91-92 season.” – To Win Either half – West Ham United
  • Olly – “West Ham turned a corner, losing only 1 in last 5 in all comps and Spurs have lost 3 of last 4 Premier League trips to West Ham, so think it could be a tight one. BTTS is likely. Kane and Chicarito on the scoresheet.” – Both Teams to Score – Yes
  • Will – “Kane has scored 19 goals in 28 Premier League London derbies” – To score at any time – Harry Kane

Burnley v Huddersfield

  • Tom – “75% of Burnley’s Premier League points since August 2016 have come in matches at Turf Moor – 36 of 48. Burnley have won the same number of Premier League home games as Manchester United (11) since August 2016 and only one fewer than Manchester City (12) in this period.” – Match Outcome – Burnley
  • Olly – “Burnley tired legs after 120 min of footy vs Leeds (and losing on pens) midweek, reckon Huddersfield could cause some trouble.” – To Win Either half – Huddersfield Town
  • Will – “75% of Burnley’s Premier League points since August 2016 have come at home.” – Match Outcome – Burnley

Everton v Bournemouth

  • Tom – “Everton have won all four of their previous competitive home games against Bournemouth; two Premier League games, one FA Cup and one League Cup match. There have been 19 goals scored in the four Premier League fixtures between Everton and Bournemouth; an average of nearly five per game.” – Total goals – over/under 2.5 – Over
  • Olly – “Everton have won all 4 of their previous competitive home games against Bournemouth. Davies looked dangerous against Man Utd and reckon he could pop up with a goal against the Cherries. Great odds.” – To score at any time – Tom Davies
  • Will – “Everton have had a very tough start. This is their chance to get some much needed points and goals. Bournemouth have lost both away games.” – Match Outcome – Everton

Man City v Palace

  • Tom – “Manchester City have won 9 of their last 10 Premier League matches against Palace, including each of their last 4, and have lost just 1 of their last 24 Premier League matches at the Etihad Stadium (W14 D9 L1). Palace kept a clean sheet in the cup in midweek, and will try to frustrate City early on.” – Half-time/Full-time – Draw/Manchester City
  • Olly – “There is a STRONG chance City will BATTER Palace. If they do… this man will be featuring heavily in the goals.” – Player to score two or more goals – Sergio Agüero
  • Will – “City have lost just one of their last 24 at home. Crystal Palace are the first team in top-flight history to lose and fail to score in their opening five” – To keep a clean sheet – Manchester City

Southampton v Man Utd

  • Tom – “Southampton have failed to score in eight of their last 10 Premier League matches at St Mary’s Stadium. Only Stoke City have scored against United in the league so far this season. Choupo-Moting scored both goals.” – To keep a clean sheet – Manchester United
  • Olly – “United always struggle to break down Southampton, they have been our boggy team in recent years. Could be a slow start, with untied turning it on in the second half. They have been banging them in towards the end of games this season… think this will be no different.” – Half-time/Full-time – Draw/Manchester United
  • Will – “Southampton have failed to score in eight of their last 10 at home.” – To keep a clean sheet – Manchester United

Stoke v Chelsea

  • Tom – “Chelsea have won seven of their last eight Premier League away matches (W7 D0 L1), scoring at least two goals in six of these wins. Kurt Zouma will not be playing against his parent club, so Stoke die to injuries may have to change their formation.” – Match Outcome – Chelsea
  • Olly – “No Luiz at the back because of Red against Arsenal, so they will be vulnerable. Reckon both teams will score!” – Both Teams to Score – Yes
  • Will – “Stoke have lost more Premier League games to Chelsea than any other team (13) Mark Hughes has lost more times as manager (15) and conceded more goals (43) than any other club. Chelsea have won 7 of their last 8 away” – Match Outcome – Chelsea

Swansea v Watford

  • Tom – “The last four Premier League meetings between Swansea and Watford have seen just three goals scored. Swansea City have attempted fewer shots (30) than Spurs’ striker Harry Kane (32) in the Premier League this season, scoring the same number of goals (2).” – Total goals – over/under 2.5 – Under
  • Olly – “Swansea failed to have a shot on target for the third time after just five matches last weekend. Watford are coming off the back of a 6-0 battering from City. Swansea will make it difficult but equally, think will struggle to score.” – Total goals – over/under 2.5 – Under
  • Will – “Watford have won their last 2 away games. Before City they had kept 3 clean sheets in a row. Swansea haven’t scored at home yet.” – To keep a clean sheet – Watford

Leicester v Liverpool

  • Tom – “If Liverpool lose this game, the Foxes will be the first team to beat Klopp 3 times. Liverpool have won 2.13 points per game in the league since the start of 2016-17 when Sadio Mane has started, compared to just 1.54 points per game without him. They also beat Liverpool 2-0 in the week in the cup.” – Match Outcome – Leicester City
  • Olly – “No Mane, no Liverpool. He was out when they lost to Leicester midweek and he is out again for this match. But this time Vardy is likely to be back from injury. Expect another upset and Vardy on the scoresheet.” – Match Outcome – Leicester City
  • Will – “Liverpool are leaky and struggle without Mane. Vardy has scored 12 in 18 league games and he’s scored 5 in his last 3 vs Liverpool.” – Both Teams to Score – Yes

Sunday 24th August 2017

Premiership

Brighton v Newcastle

  • Tom – “Brighton won their last home match, a 3-1 win against West Brom. If they’re going to stay up they need to pick up points and score goals at home. Newcastle have scored in each of their last 3 Premier League games were the only team to beat Brighton & Hove Albion both home and away last year.” – Both Teams to Score – Yes
  • Olly – “Going to be a tight game, could be a draw. I reckon BTTS is a safe bet and has good odds. Gross will be the star man and likely to bag for Brighton.” – Both Teams to Score – Yes
  • Will – “Could go either way.” – Match Outcome – Draw

Monday 25th August 2017

Premiership

Arsenal - win

Arsenal v West Brom

  • Tom – “With Danny Welbeck out injured I fancy him to start. He scored against Cologne last week, so he’ll be fresh and firing on Monday night. Big odds for this too.” – To score at any time – Alexis Sanchez
  • Olly – “Rouge shout… but I think this will be an incredibly tight game. Arsenal looked blunt against Doncaster and Chelsea, add to that the fact that West Brom are notoriously hard to break down. This could even be a 0-0 game.” – Half-time/Full-time – Draw/Draw
  • Will – “Pulis has lost every time he’s visited the Emirates (9 times). Arsenal have won 7 in a row at home.” – Half-time/Full-time – Draw/Arsenal

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