Archived Premier League Tips (27th January 2009)

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Archived Premier League Football Betting Tips (27th January 2009)

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


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


 Likely outcome, medium stake, worth a gamble.


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

Below were the predicted outcomes for the midweek fixtures Tues 27th to Weds 28th January 2009.

Archived Premier League football betting tips (27th to 28th Jan 2009)

Tues 7:45 Sunderland v Fulham
  Fulham's improved away run of 4 successive draws finally came to an end at Upton Park where they went down by 3 goals to 1, and they just about avoided the banana skin at Kettering leaving it late. Hodgson has finally rid himself of the ebullient Bullard to Hull which is a shame but the player was useless to him if unable to adhere to instructions. The Cottagers are still to secure a Premier league away victory and travel to the Stadium of Light where Sunderland have lost 4 of their last 6 Premier league fixtures. With the foot of the table just 2 points below, Sbragia will be desperate for a win and also keen to hold on to his established players; Chimbonda looks to be off to Spurs but the Mackems need Jones despite Redknapp also keen on bringing him to the Lane. Whilst Sunderland won't necessarily be happy with a draw, they may be forced to settle for one.
Draw 1-1
  West Brom v Man Utd
  Bottom plays top and both sides will see taking maximum points as mandatory; United will want to avoid ceding ground to Liverpool especially as they've finally gone top and West Brom will be grateful for any points in a bid to climb off the foot of the table and avoid relegation. The Baggies enjoyed a convincing win at home to Boro just over a week ago but their injuries are mounting; Greening injured his knee in the first half against Burnley and will miss the game against his old club, a bitter blow for Mowbray. United also have a growing injury list but with such a strong squad you'd expect them to dig out a result. They've not lost their last 5 Premier league away fixtures and are unlikely to slip up now that they're in pole position and have it in their own hands.
Away Win 0-1
Tues 8:00 Portsmouth v Aston Villa
  Since Redknapp departed Fratton Park, Portsmouth's season has been in decline and results haven't gone too well for Tony Adams. The FA Cup exit at home to Swansea was unacceptable as holders and their Premier league form has not been much better with the point at White Hart Lane their first in 5 fixtures; a point earned courtesy of Darren Bent's glaring headed miss. They host one of the best counter-attacking sides in the Premier league; Villa have won their last 5 successive away fixtures and sit proudly amongst the top four. They scraped an FA Cup replay away at Doncaster and lacked some of their cutting edge with Ashley Young suspended. However, O'Neill has just brought in Emile Heskey; a fantastic addition to the squad given Carew's persistent back problems. Villa will pose problems for Pompey and should be expected to continue their glorious run.
Away Win 0-1
  Tottenham v Stoke
  Spurs were mighty fortunate to get past Burnley and make it to the Carling Cup final at Wembley. Redknapp is only too aware of the work to be done and that their priority is Premier league survival. Goal difference is keeping Spurs off the foot of the table and the threat of relegation is only too real. Chimbonda appears to be on his way back, with Harry in for Kenwynne Jones and a move for Robbie Keane might not be out of the question. Spurs have drawn their last 3 home games and know that Stoke will be up for a battle; the Potters are yet to win on the road but beat Spurs at the Britannia back in October. Despite their lowly position, a brave performance at Stamford Bridge and a draw at home to Liverpool indicates that Stoke should not be written off and this is a six-pointer both sides will be desperate to win.
Home Win 2-1
Wed 7:45 Chelsea v Middlesbrough
  Boro's Premier league form has been woeful of late with no win from their last 10 attempts including 4 successive away defeats. Somehow they managed to clinch victory at Molineux in the FA Cup but Gibson has once again shown his patience by giving Southgate money to spend in the transfer window. Boro are one of a number of sides entrenched in the toughest relegation battle for years and will need to improve drastically if they're to earn any reward at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea haven't impressed under Scolari but are still only 2 points behind United and Liverpool, so the season is far from over. The Blues have lost just 2 home games and though that in itself is something of a shock, Boro springing a win at the Bridge is almost incomprehensible.
Home Win 3-0
  Man City v Newcastle
  City bounced back from that embarassing Forest defeat with a narrow win over Wigan but transfer news has threatened to overshadow any other news at Eastlands. With City rolling in money, they can afford anyone; that said, the whole Kaka saga was far too prolonged and the result proved that cash is not the be all and end all. Then Robinho decides to take unauthorised absence and rumours abound that the City dressing room is not a happy one. Their opponents, Newcastle, don't exactly seem to be running a happy ship either with in-fighting and Kinnear almost a permanent fixture in the stands. The Magpies still have only 1 victory on the road to their name and have a number of players out. Though they're capable of grabbing a goal, the 3 points looks beyond them and there should be some cheer for Mark Hughes.
Home Win 2-1
  Wigan v Liverpool
  Wigan have won their last 5 home Premier league fixtures and climbed as high as seventh but the losses of Palacios and Heskey to Spurs and Villa respectively may disrupt them a little too much; especially with the visit of Liverpool in mind. The Reds may have been knocked off the top but they've lost just the once although it seems the talismanic Gerrard is holding their season together single-handedly. It appears Benitez's criticism of Ferguson may have backfired given that they've now relinquished top spot following draws away at Stoke and at home to Everton. The absence of Robbie Keane from the squad to face Everton in the FA Cup has again raised speculation concerning his future at Anfield. Liverpool might just have too much for Wigan but the away side's title ambitions would be seriously dented should their skipper succumb to serious injury.
Away Win 0-1
Wed 8:00 Blackburn v Bolton
  It's 5 successive defeats for Bolton in all competitions although 3 of those fixtures were against Liverpool, Arsenal and United and the Trotters only lost by a single goal to the latter 2 sides. Bolton travel to Ewood Park where their old manager, Sam Allardyce, is installed in the hot seat and can still boast an undefeated record since taking over in mid December. Not only that but Rovers have conceded just 2 goals in his 5 games in charge (at home to Man City). To Allardyce's credit, he's made Blackburn far more cohesive at the back and managed to hang on to his bigger players (Santa Cruz for instance). The indications are that he could be at Ewood Park for some time and is one of the best possible candidates to put one over on his old charges.
Home Win 1-0
  Everton v Arsenal
  There's real incentive for the Toffees to win this fixture given that the Gunners are just 1 place above them, although the gap currently stands at 5 points. Everton's away form was impressive but Moyes has improved their recent form at Goodison with just 1 defeat from their last 8. Though they've had no fit strikers, and Anichebe only fit recently, Moyes has employed a system with Cahill in the lone striker role to very good effect; not only that, but they've looked very assured defensively conceding just 2 goals in their last 8 games in all competitions. Their opponents, Arsenal, will have been disappointed with the draw away at Cardiff but have improved in the league with 3 successive victories. Eduardo could make his long-awaited return for the Gunners but they'll have to be at the top of their game against a well-organised and resolute Everton team.
Home Win 1-0
  West Ham v Hull
  Just 1 place and 2 points separates these two sides in mid-table but neither are safe from relegation; only 8 points separate West Ham in eighth from bottom side, West Brom. The Hammers have looked good in recent games with 5 wins and a draw from their last six in all competitions. Craig Bellamy has found the exit door although West Ham's injury problems appear to be abating with only Ashton still undergoing serious treatment. Their opponents, Hull, appear to be in freefall after a fantastic start; ninth in the table is a respectable position but 5 successive Premier league defeats has some believing that the Hull trapdoor is wide open. If both sides continue as you were then the Hammers will be happy with the 3 points.
Home Win 2-1