WMB TV – Premier League 17/18 – Week 12 Results

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WMB TV – Premier League 17/18 – Week 12 Results

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So who won last week then?


1st Place

Will – 5 Correct tips would have returned £179.30

Will

Burnley v Swansea
“48% of Burnley’s Premier League wins have been by a 1-0 scoreline (15/31) But I think Swansea will be easier to beat having lost five of their last six.” – Correct score – Burnley 2 – 0

Crystal Palace v Everton
“Everton haven’t kept a League clean sheet since the opening day of the season. Only West Ham have conceded more. Zaha is the danger.” – To score at any time – Wilfried Zaha

Liverpool v Southampton
“Liverpool have lost only twice in their last 32 at home ​Only conceded 1 goal​ at home this season (v Burnley)” – To keep a clean sheet – Liverpool

West Brom v Chelsea
“Chelsea have won nine of their last 11 away games in the Premier League Conte has the best win percentage of any permanent Chelsea manager in league history (75.5%). West Brom have won just twice in their last 20 in the league” – To keep a clean sheet – Chelsea

Manchester United v Newcastle United
“At home Man Utd are unbeaten in 22, winning the last 6 without conceding Lukaku has been directly involved in nine goals in eight games v Newcastle” – To score at any time – Romelu Lukaku


2nd Place

Tom – 6 Correct tips would have returned £109.60

Tom

Bournemouth v Huddersfield
“Bournemouth have never lost a Premier League home game against a newly-promoted side (W5 D1), winning the last 5 in a row by an aggregate score of 17-3. Since winning their first ever Prem game 3-0 against Crystal Palace on the opening day, Huddersfield have failed to score in 4 away games.” – Match Outcome – Bournemouth

Burnley v Swansea
“Only Man Utd (0) and Liverpool (1) have conceded fewer home goals than Burnley in the Prem this season (2). 48% of Burnley’s Premier League wins have been by a 1-0 scoreline (15/31) – the highest ratio of any team to have played for more than 1 season. Swansea have lost 5 of their last 6 games.” – Match Outcome – Burnley

West Brom v Chelsea
“Keeping this one simple. West Brom have won just twice in their last 20 Premier League games (W2 D6 L12) and are winless in their last 9. Chelsea have won their last 3 games, having lost 2 in a row before that.” – Match Outcome – Chelsea

Manchester United v Newcastle United
“I am backing him to back his drought. He scored for Belgium in the international break, so he’ll have some confidence back. He always scores against the ‘smaller’ clubs too. Very good odds for this, considering he scored 11 goals in his first 10 games.” – To score at any time – Romelu Lukaku

Watford v West Ham
“I fancy this to be a little cagey. Watford have lost the last 3 games, and only scored in 2 of their 5 home matches to date. This will be David Moyes’ first game in charge, so he won’t want to lose, so I think they’ll be solid and organised. Could be a dud.” – Total goals – over/under 2.5 – Under

Brighton v Stoke
“Brighton are undefeated in 4, won 2, drawn 2. They have also scored in all 4 of those games. Only Man City have picked up all 3 points from the Amex. I could see this finishing 1-1, as it’s going to be tight.” – To Win Either half – Brighton and Hove Albion


3rd Place

Olly – 4 Correct tips would have returned £80.70

Olly

Bournemouth v Huddersfield
“Bournemouth have never lost a Premier League home game against a newly-promoted side. Since winning away against Palace on the first day of the season, Huddersfield haven’t scored away from home. Should be a win for the Cherries.” – Match Outcome – Bournemouth

Burnley v Swansea
“Swansea are struggling (losing 5 of their last 6 games) and Burnley are flying winning their last 2 back to back. Should be another win for Burnley, low scoring though. Possibly 1-0 Burnley.” – Match Outcome – Burnley

Crystal Palace v Everton
“The Toffees haven’t kept a Premier League clean sheet since the opening day of the season against Stoke. After banging in 3 in their last game, can see them scoring against a poor palace team.” – Both Teams to Score – Yes

Liverpool v Southampton
“No player has scored more goals after their first 11 Premier League games for Liverpool than Mohamed Salah (7 – level with Daniel Sturridge). Only Robbie Fowler scored eight goals in his first 12 Premier League games for Liverpool.” – To score at any time – Mohamed Salah