Archived Premier League Tips (15th November 2008)

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Archived Premier League Football Betting Tips (15th 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 15th to Sun 16th November 2008.


Archived Premier League football betting tips (15th to 16th Nov 2008)

Sat 12:45 Bolton v Liverpool
  The Reds bounced back from the Premier league defeat at White Hart Lane with a convincing home win over the Baggies but Benitez then fielded a weakened side back at the Lane for the Carling Cup; their appetite for the game was very poor and they were once again defeated. The only positive the Liverpool manager could take from the game was giving Torres 55 minutes on the pitch after a six week layoff. Liverpool still trail league leaders, Chelsea, on goal difference as they travel to the Reebok to take on a Bolton side that recently managed to string 2 victories together to take them to 11th in the table. Bolton strikers haven't scored since the beginning of October and Megson is still trying to find a worthy replacement for Anelka. The Trotters' home form has been mixed but they're likely to be up against it when Liverpool wheel out their big guns in search of maximum points.
Away Win 0-2
Sat 3:00 Arsenal v Aston Villa
  Had Villa taken points from their last 2 league games (defeats at Newcastle and at home to Boro) they could have been splitting the big four; instead they're in 5th and lie 9 points off the top. Carew has a niggling thigh injury and may not travel to the Emirates but Petrov should be fit to play some part after recovering from a hamstring injury. Their hosts, the Gunners, have suffered some surprising defeats this season but put those behind them as they romped to victory over United last weekend. Subsequently, the youth team hammered a strong Wigan side in the Carling Cup during the week; the future looks sparkling at Arsenal but the onus will be back on the first team this weekend. Van Persie remains suspended but Adebayor could return. Given Villa's recent form, the Gunners will have the edge.
Home Win 2-1
  Blackburn v Sunderland
  A re-run of the midweek Carling Cup game except this time at Ewood Park rather than the Stadium of Light; no doubt Keane will be looking to reverse the defeat suffered by his strongly fielded side against an under strength Rovers. Paul Ince is likely to recall some rested players as his side aim to put some breathing space between themselves and the relegation places. Rovers have won just one home game this season but have already proved they have the beating of a Sunderland side just a single place and point off the bottom of the pile. The Mackems have lost all 4 games since the home victory over Newcastle including a 5 goal hammering at Stamford Bridge. At least Kenwynne Jones's scoring return during the week was welcome news but this looks like a 5th successive defeat for Roy Keane's side.
Home Win 2-1
  Fulham v Tottenham
  Fulham have been defeated just once at Craven Cottage this season and not surprisingly, it is their home form that is keeping them in mid table. Andy Johnson is back amongst the goals as he tries to force his way back into the England reckoning. Though the Cottagers home form is good, they're going to be up against it when a resurgent Spurs pay a visit. Redknapp's appointment has been an inspiration to all concerned at the Lane and it's now 6 successive games in all competitions without defeat including 2 victories over Liverpool, 3 points at Eastlands and a last gasp draw at the Emirates. Spurs passing game is looking impressive but defending at set pieces needs some work. The lilywhites look too dangerous to bet against at the moment and victory at Craven Cottage would be an extremely good result.
Away Win 1-2
  Man Utd v Stoke
  Once again United stuttered when going down at the Emirates by 2 goals to 1. In the really big domestic games this season, they've not lived up to expectations with defeat at Liverpool and a point apiece at Everton and Chelsea. They still hold a Champions League place but they're now 8 points adrift of both Chelsea and Liverpool. Despite those disappointing results, United remain undefeated at Old Trafford and should be favoured against a Stoke side that have taken just 2 points on the road. However, the Potters haven't lost any of their last 4 games in all competitions and striker, Dave Kitson, is relishing the trip to United in search of his first goal for Stoke. As ever, Stoke will challenge the home side physically but it's unlikely to be enough.
Home Win 2-0
  Newcastle v Wigan
  The Magpies are back in the bottom three after defeat at Fulham and other results went against them. Ashley is still struggling to sell the club and much uncertainty still surrounds the club's future, especially affecting manager, Joe Kinnear, and the players. Everyone knows they just have to get on with it but Newcastle will feel confident now they have strikers Ameobi and Martins both scoring with Owen soon fit to start. They host a Wigan side just above the bottom three that were outgunned by Arsenal's young pretenders during the midweek Carling Cup defeat at the Emirates. However, the Latics did take all 3 points on the road recently when they travelled to Fratton Park; an injury time Heskey goal stole victory. A tight game in prospect but home advantage might just carry the day.
Home Win 2-1
  West Ham v Portsmouth
  Rumours have started circulating that Zola's position as West Ham manager is under threat after only 9 weeks in charge. Results haven't been favourable with their last 3 home games all ending in defeat and just 1 point from their last 6 fixtures. The Italian has little coaching experience but the board appointed him aware of the facts and should stick by him. Portsmouth were the away day specialists last season and Adams picked up his first points away at the Stadium of Light last weekend. The new Pompey manager is gradually assembling his backroom staff with Metgod filling the first team coach position after Jordan opted to join Redknapp at Spurs. The Hammers could find Crouch and Defoe a handful as they look to get some points on the board.
Away Win 0-2
Sat 5:30 West Brom v Chelsea
  Another disappointing evening at Stamford Bridge during the week as Chelsea exited the Carling Cup to Burnley on penalties.The Blues did field a slightly weakened side but Lampard was introduced on 25 minutes although he failed to avert defeat. Drogba lasted 68 minutes on his return from injury but it remains debatable as to whether he did enough to replace Anelka in the pecking order after the signing from Bolton scored 6 goals in Chelsea's last 3 league fixtures. Scolari's men remain top and have a 100% away record to protect as they travel to the Hawthorns to play bottom side, West Brom. Tony Mowbray's side have already been defeated by Arsenal, United and Liverpool (conceding 8 goals without reply) and it looks like more of the same at home to Chelsea.
Away Win 0-2
Sun 1:30 Everton v Middlesbrough
  The Toffees have won their last 3 games and the victory at home to Fulham a couple of weeks ago was their first home win of the season. Everton head a group of 14 teams separated by just 7 points but will now want to push on and stake a claim for a place in Europe. Midfield goalscoring sensation, Fellaini, is back after suspension as his side prepare to face a Boro team just a single point and place below them. Southgate's side have now put together a run of 4 games without defeat (8 points) as they attempt to rid themselves of that 'inconsistency' tag; the victory at Villa Park was definitely one to be savoured. There's not a lot to choose between these two and a share of the spoils looks likely.
Draw 1-1
Sun 4:00 Hull v Man City
  It's now 3 defeats on the bounce for Hull; two of those were expected (at home to Chelsea and away at Old Trafford) but it was Jaaskelainen playing a blinder in goal for Bolton that saw the Tigers take nothing from their most recent fixture. Phil Brown's side still sit proudly in 6th position as they look to host a City side lacking form on the road. City have lost 3 of their last 4 away games and Hughes has been given the dreaded vote of confidence by the club's new owner. No doubt he'll have money to spend in the January transfer window but they need to pick up points as they're only a single point off the relegation places. Given City's dreadful away form, Hull should be looking to take maximum points.
Home Win 1-0

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