7 Premier League markets you need to consider going forward

By November 11, 2016Blog

Liverpool games have goals

BTTS & OVER 2.5 goals

In their 11 Premier League games so far this season there has been 44 goals. That’s an average of 4 goals per game. Only 3 out of their 11 games have been under 2.5 goals, and they are all fixtures Liverpool have failed to win. Both teams have scored in 9 out of the 11 fixtures. Liverpool’s next fixture is against Southampton and the prices for BTTS (7/10) & Over 2.5 goals (7/8) look remarkable value.

Chelsea have found their form


Chelsea looked beaten early in the season, scraping results and putting in some poor performances, especially defensively.  The 3-0 defeat at Arsenal made Conte rethink things and he’s now gone to 3 at the back, with more protection in the midfield. Since the change his side have won 5 consecutive league fixtures, and haven’t conceded a goal. Those clean-sheets have come against good teams such as Everton, Southampton, Man United and Leicester. They’ve also started scoring goals, with 16 goals being scored in those 5 games, mainly thanks to Costa and Hazard. Chelsea to keep a cleansheet is currently (20/23) which looks a good price, and with the goal scoring form, HT/FT bets are prices at (7/5) both should be considered going forward.

Tottenham Bore draw experts


Spurs are currently the only unbeaten team in the Premier League, but they still sit 5th in the table. The reason  is their poor goalscoring form, especially from open play. In their 11 league fixtures so far this season, they have won 5 and have drawn 6. This inability to win games comes from last season, and comes from a side with a weak mentality. They do not know how to win games. The draw (17/5) should always be considered in Tottenham games, as should under 2.5 goals (23/20) with 9 of the fixture so far being under 2.5. If you decide to back Tottenham in the HT/FT markets and the game ends 0-0 you will get your money back (or void the acca leg) with www.betfred.com Bore Draw promotion.

Burnley are the Kings of Turf Moor


Burnley have played 7 games at home this season and have lost just 2 of those fixtures, drawing 1. Late goals for both Hull and Arsenal secured points they probably didn’t deserve and the they’ve beaten Everton, Palace, Watford and Liverpool at home. They lack Premier  League and a real goalscoring threat, but they are effective on the counter, and have a solid defence led by Michael Keane. In their last outing they were as high as 23/10 to win at home against an out of form Palace side. They are always worth watching and will offer some real returns if their home form continues.

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A Tipster with years of experience in accumulator betting, with high level education in numerical analysis and performance. This combination of experience and education is used to find value and assess English football. Outcomes and correct scores on Premier League fixtures are a specialty.

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