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

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

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Saturday 16th December 2017

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12.30pm

Leicester v Palace

  • Tom – “Since Claude Puel took charge of Leicester City for the first time on October 29, only Manchester City (21) and Burnley (18) have won more points in the Premier League than the Foxes (17). Palace have yet to score away from home too, so I can only see this going one way.” – Match Outcome – Leicester City
  • Olly – “Leicester have won their last 4 matches. Crystal Palace have failed to score in their last 10 away matches. Leicester to win!” – Match Outcome – Leicester City
  • Will – “Leicester City are unbeaten in each of their last four League encounters with Crystal Palace (W3 D1 L0). Since Claude Puel took charge, only Manchester City (21) and Burnley (18) have won more points (17).” – Match Outcome – Leicester City

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3.00pm

Arsenal v Newcastle

  • Tom – “Laca loves a goal at the Emirates, as was rested midweek. Plus, Newcastle are in freefall, they have only picked up just 1 point in their last 8 Premier League games (W0 D1 L7) – the worst points tally of any Premier League club over that period.” – To score at any time – Alexandre Lacazette
  • Olly – “Newcastle will be hard to break down in the first half and but won’t be able to hold Arsenal out in the second” – Half-time/Full-time – Draw/Arsenal
  • Will – “Arsenal have won the last nine Premier League games against Newcastle, scoring 22 goals and conceding just six. Newcastle have picked up just one point in their last eight Premier League games (W0 D1 L7) – the worst points tally of any Premier League club over their last eight games.” – Half-time/Full-time – Arsenal/Arsenal

Brighton v Burnley

  • Tom – “Got to back them at the moment. Burnley have won 6 of their last 8 Premier League matches (W6 D0 L2), as many as they’d won in the previous 26 in the competition. Brighton haven’t won any of their last 5 home matches.” – Match Outcome – Burnley
  • Olly – “Brighton have lost their last 3 matches. Brighton have conceded at least 2 goals in their last 3 matches. Burnley are flying… great odds!” – Match Outcome – Burnley
  • Will – “Sean Dyche has won 82% of his games by a one-goal margin (82% – 22 of 27). Burnley have won six of their last eight Premier League matches (W6 D0 L2), as many as they’d won in the previous 26 in the competition.” – Correct score – Burnley 1 – 0

Chelsea v Southampton

  • Tom – “Chelsea have won their last 4 at home, and Saints have failed to win their last 5 away matches. Chelsea came out of the traps against Huddersfield, so I reckon they’ll do the same here. I fancy them winning this 3-1.” – Half-time/Full-time – Chelsea/Chelsea
  • Olly – “Chelsea are a bit leaky at the moment and haven’t kept a clean sheet in 4 of the last 5.” – Both Teams to Score – Yes
  • Will – “Southampton have kept one clean sheet in their last 24 Premier League games against Chelsea. Chelsea have won seven of their last nine in the Premier League (D1 L1), and each of the last four at Stamford Bridge.” – Half-time/Full-time – Chelsea/Chelsea

Stoke v West Ham

  • Tom – “I see GOALS. BTTS has come in 4 of the last 5 Stoke home matches, and there has been over 2.5 goals scored in Stoke’s last 7 home games. West Ham have conceded at least 2 goals in their last 4 away matches.” – Both Teams to Score – Yes
  • Olly – “West Ham will be full of confidence since picking up 4 points from their last 2 games against Chelsea and Arsenal. Stoke are in horrendous form. Either half win here should be safe” – To Win Either half – West Ham United
  • Will – “No side has kept fewer clean sheets in the Premier League this season than Stoke (2 – level with Crystal Palace). Moyes has overseen a win against Chelsea and a draw versus Arsenal in his last two Premier League games as West Ham boss” – Both Teams to Score – Yes

Watford v Huddersfield

  • Tom – “Watford’s home form isn’t great, but Huddersfield’s away record is even worse. They haven’t scored away from home since they beat Palace 0-3 on the opening weekend. Watford will be too strong, and I fancy them running out 2-0 winners.” – Match Outcome – Watford
  • Olly – “Huddersfield have failed to score in their last 7 away matches and have lost their last 5 away games. Watford have a lot of injuries, think it will be tighter than people think. I don’t see many goals!” – Total goals – over/under 2.5 – Under
  • Will – “Huddersfield have lost their lost five away Premier League games by two or more goals without scoring” – To keep a clean sheet – Watford

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5.30pm

Man City v Spurs

  • Tom – “They’ll be goals in this. Man City have scored at least 2 goals in their last 10 matches, and there has been over 2.5 goals scored in Man City’s last 7 home games. Spurs are winless in 4 away matches, but have scored 14 goals away from home this season.” – Both Teams to Score – Yes
  • Olly – “Going to be super tight, Spurs could easily win either half!” – To Win Either half – Tottenham Hotspur
  • Will – “Spurs have won more league away games at Manchester City (10) than they have at any other club so it should be tight. If City win, they’ll have beaten Liverpool, Arsenal, Manchester United, Chelsea and Tottenham before the New Year. ​Before last week, City won 4 league games in a row 2-1.​” – Correct score – Manchester City 2 – 1

Sunday 17th December 2017

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2.15pm

West Brom v Man Utd

  • Tom – “He scored in midweek, so that’ll be a confidence boost for him. This is also one of his old teams, so he’ll be there to prove a point, he scored a hat-trick the last time he played in this fixture in a 5-5 draw.” – To score at any time – Romelu Lukaku
  • Olly – “West Brom have seen under 2.5 goals in their last 5 matches against Man Utd in all competitions. They held liverpool to a 0-0 last week and united are struggling for goals at the minute. Don’t see many goals here. 1-0 united!” – Total goals – over/under 2.5 – Under
  • Will – “West Bromwich Albion have failed to score in 17 league matches in 2017. No goalkeeper has kept more clean sheets since the start of last season in the big five European leagues than David de Gea” – To keep a clean sheet – Manchester United

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4.30pm

Bournemouth v Liverpool

  • Tom – “There has been over 3.5 goals in 4 of the last 6 away games for Liverpool, and BTTS has come in 5 of those 6 matches. Bournemouth have scored in each of their last 3 home matches. I fancy Liverpool and BTTS, maybe 1-3 or 1-4.” – Total goals – over/under 3.5 – Over
  • Olly – “Banana skin alert! Bournemouth were unlucky against united, and Liverpool are struggling away from home. Either half win for bournemouth is rogue, but achievable” – To Win Either half – Bournemouth
  • Will – “Liverpool have lost only one of their last 22 Premier League matches against teams outside the ‘big six’ (W14 D7 L1) Mohamed Salah could become the first Liverpool player to score 20+ goals in a season” – To score at any time – Mohamed Salah

Monday 18th December 2017

Everton

8.00pm

Everton v Swansea

  • Tom – “Everton have won their last 3 home matches, and kept clean sheets in the last 2. Swansea are awful, they have attempted just 33 shots on target in their 17 Premier League games this season; 13 fewer than any other side in the competition. They’ve also lost their last 5 away from home.” – Match Outcome – Everton
  • Olly – “Swansea have lost their last 5 away matches. Everton are unbeaten in 4, winning 3 and keeping clean sheets in each of those victories. Big Sam is working his magic… surely an Everton win here!” – Match Outcome – Everton
  • Will – “Everton have collected 10 points in their last four Premier League games. Swansea City have scored the same number of Premier League goals this season as Wayne Rooney on his own (9).” – To keep a clean sheet – Everton

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