Archived Premier League Tips (1st November 2008)

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Archived Premier League Football Betting Tips (1st November 2008)

Premier league football betting tips are given one of the following three ratings:

Banker

 Banker, large stake, predicted outcome is more than likely.

Likely

 Likely outcome, medium stake, worth a gamble.

Prudent

 Worth a flutter, small stake, be prudent and stick to matches where you can spot the value.


Below were the predicted outcomes for the weekend fixtures Sat 1st to Mon 3rd November 2008.


Archived Premier League football betting tips (1st to 3rd Nov 2008)

Sat 12:45 Everton v Fulham
  Everton's home draw against United could have been the turning point in their season; the spirit they showed in that second half to claim a share of the spoils was evident at the Reebok when Fellaini headed a winner in the 89th minute. Moyes even rested Cahill after his 3 game ban as he looks to build the partnership between Yakubu and Saha. The Toffees aim to secure their first home victory of the campaign against a Fulham side that clinched their first away point of the season last weekend at Portsmouth. The Cottager's away form has let them down for several seasons now and though Andy Johnson finally got off the mark against Wigan, they lack confidence on the road. Expect another solid performance from Everton and a victory that could lift them several places if other results go for them.
Home Win 1-0
Sat 3:00 Chelsea v Sunderland
  Chelsea put the blues behind them after the staggering home defeat to Liverpool by putting new boys, Hull, firmly in their place; the Tigers gave a good account of themselves but the gulf in quality finally told. Last weekend's home defeat effectively leaves Chelsea still 3 points behind league leaders, Liverpool, but the visit of Sunderland gives them the chance to get back to winning ways at the Bridge. After the derby victory over Newcastle, the Mackems succumbed to defeat at the Britannia stadium failing to deal with a Delap long throw. Sunderland will get more of a chance to get the ball down and play against Chelsea but are likely to be punished heavily when not in possession. This looks like a routine 3 points for the home side.
Home Win 3-0
  Man Utd v Hull
  United made short work of West Ham and managed to rest several players into the bargain. They're slowly making their way up the league table but are still 8 points behind leaders, Liverpool, although they do have a game in hand. United remain unbeaten at Old Trafford and entertain a Hull side brought down to earth by a home defeat to Chelsea. Hull have been fantastic with good away victories at Spurs, Arsenal, West Brom and Newcastle and take their unbeaten away record to Old Trafford. They did themselves proud against Chelsea but the difference in class finally told; expect a repeat against Fergie's men with the experienced United players running out winners.
Home Win 2-0
  Middlesbrough v West Ham
  It's a risky suggestion but Boro's comfortable victory at home to City leaves them facing the possibility of enjoying back to back wins. Consistency is in short supply at the Riverside but Boro have won 3 of their 5 home games and actually made it into the top half of the table. Their opponents, West Ham, were soundly beaten at Old Trafford without offering too much resistance. It's now 4 defeats on the bounce for the Hammers and injuries to Ashton and now Noble, with Cole suspended, won't ease Zola's problems. The Italian hasn't had an easy introduction to managerial life in the Premier league and the suspicion is it's not going to get any better at the Riverside.
Home Win 2-0
  Portsmouth v Wigan
  Tony Adams steps up to the plate at Portsmouth after Redknapp's departure and had to see his side suffer a narrow defeat at Anfield. His decision to drop Defoe to the bench must have been because he preferred to play one up front at the league leaders but Crouch found it difficult against his old team mates. Pompey have dropped just 5 points in 5 home games and host a Wigan side now adapting to life in the bottom three after defeat at Craven Cottage and other results went against them. The Latics have lost 6 of their 10 fixtures and are struggling for confidence despite Zaki heading the Premier league goals leaderboard. Unless Wigan concentrate for the full 90 minutes they'll find themselves on the wrong end of another defeat.
Home Win 2-0
  Stoke v Arsenal
  The midweek draw at the Emirates to derby rivals, Spurs, must have felt like defeat given the timing of Spurs' last 2 goals. Arsenal showed inexperience and naivety in not holding on to the ball when they were 4-2 ahead on 89 minutes but on a positive note, it stresses their intention to play exciting, attacking football. On the road, the Gunners have won 3 of their 5 games and take on a Stoke side that climbed out of the bottom three courtesy of a home win against Sunderland. Once again it was a long throw from Rory Delap that created problems in the opponents penalty area; Stoke are a big side and Arsenal will need to pay attention at set pieces. The Potters know that home form (3 wins and 2 defeats) is the key to maintaining their Premier league status; however, Arsenal are likely to prove too strong in possession.
Away Win 1-2
  West Brom v Blackburn
  The Baggies are having a rotten time on their return to the Premier league and scoring goals looks to be the culprit; along with Bolton, 8 goals scored in 10 fixtures ranks at the bottom of the pile. Three successive defeats leaves West Brom just 2 points clear of the relegation places and with so few points separating clubs from 7th downwards, scrapping for each and every point will be vital. They host a Blackburn side also struggling to live up to last season's expectations under new manager, Paul Ince. Rovers haven't won in over a month and their form on the road has been a mixed bag although they have netted 8 times; McCarthy forcing his way back into the side is a big plus. A tough one to call but the away side look to have more firepower and that could carry the day.
Away Win 1-2
Sat 5:30 Tottenham v Liverpool
  The Redknapp fairytale continues as Spurs staged an amazing last minute comeback at the Emirates to take away a share of the spoils. Bentley and Jenas scored a couple of crackers as they took their points tally to 6 despite still propping up the rest of the league. Spurs appear to have rediscovered their self belief but they'll need to cut out the schoolboy errors if they're to climb the table. Bottom plays top as Harry aims to continue his undefeated start and Liverpool also strive to maintain their unbeaten season. The Reds have dropped points in just 2 games and are touting themselves as realistic challengers for the Premier league title. Torres is still absent but Liverpool are irrepressible with Gerrard leading them and it's bound to be an emotional return for Robbie Keane. Spurs are capable of getting something from the game but Liverpool should be expected to do a professional job.
Away Win 0-1
Sun 4:00 Bolton v Man City
  Bolton slip into the bottom three and there is cause for concern at the Reebok with Megson coming under much criticism from the fans. The Trotters haven't scored in any of their last 3 fixtures; replacing Anelka has proved to be almost impossible and summer signing, Elmander, either hasn't yet adjusted or is not up to the job. City are this weekend's visitors to the Reebok struggling to replicate their home form away from Eastlands. They lost at the Riverside during the week and looked threatening from long range but failed to take their chances on too many occasions. Hughes's men have taken just 1 point from their last 3 Premier league awaydays and with the ball likely to be played above head height for much of the 90 minutes, another point looks likely.
Draw 0-0
Mon 8:00 Newcastle v Aston Villa
  Newcastle climb out of the bottom three but Villa are likely to pose far more questions than West Brom did during the week. Villa find themselves fourth in the table after victory against Blackburn with captain, Gareth Barry, getting on the scoresheet for the third time in as many games. Villa have won 3 of their 5 away fixtures and their pacy attack is likely to cause problems for the Magpies defence. The hosts, Newcastle, have been buoyed by Kinnear's time in charge and did well to bounce back from the Sunderland defeat with victory over the Baggies. Joey Barton has taken his first step towards repaying the fans but his contribution faded in the second half, although he's sure to start against Villa. Another must win game for Newcastle but Villa should have too much.
Away Win 1-2

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