Archived Premier League Tips (27th September 2008)

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Archived Premier League Football Betting Tips (27th September 2008)

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 weekend fixtures Sat 27th to Sun 28th September 2008.

Archived Premier League football betting tips (27th to 28th Sep 2008)

Sat 12:45 Everton v Liverpool
  Another Merseyside derby and both sides may be grinding out results but they look short of the full ticket. Liverpool lack style and penetration without Gerrard and Torres although Pennant played his first game for some time in the midweek victory over Crewe and Benitez might well hold faith with him for the trip to Goodison. The Reds have dug out some great results this season without convincing anyone as to their title credentials but the Toffees are struggling with 2 defeats from 2 games on home turf. Tim Cahill has been a revelation since returning from injury but the late goal specialist can't continuously keep Everton's heads above water and the luck is likely to remain with Benitez's men.
Away Win 1-2
Sat 3:00 Aston Villa v Sunderland
  Villa hit the skids midweek with a dodgy defeat at home to QPR. O'Neill was adamant that they were taking the competition seriously this season but yet again they fell at the first hurdle. Their league form has been good and fourth position in the table tells its own story. They take on a Sunderland side that underwent much transition during the summer and as expected, they're taking time to fit the bill. Roy Keane has suffered a backlash from a few sections of the fanbase but he's doing a good job and more importantly, he's being given the time to do it; anyway, what nutter's going to cross Keane's path. The Mackems won at Villa Park last season but the home side should be comfortable this time around.
Home Win 2-0
  Fulham v West Ham
  All the talk's with the Hammers as the Carlos Tevez saga enters its second season. It looks like West Ham could pay the price in more ways than one and you've got to wonder what new manager, Zola, has let himself in for. Players may have to be sold to balance the books and injury to star striker, Dean Ashton, hasn't helped matters on the pitch. They travel to Craven Cottage where Fulham have won both their home games including inflicting Arsenal's only defeat of the season. It looks like Hodgson is going to be given time and it seems he's already steadied the boat after saving them from the drop last time around. Problems off the pitch threaten West Ham's season and Fulham should have the edge.
Home Win 1-0
  Man Utd v Bolton
  United haven't exactly set the world on fire so far this season for the main reason that goals have been in short supply. A point at Stamford Bridge was just the tonic after the defeat at Anfield but it looks like it may be some time before Berbatov finds his feet at Old Trafford. The good news is that Ronaldo is virtually back to full fitness and scored in the midweek victory over Boro; he's likely to play the full 90 minutes against a Bolton side that could be looking down the barrel only several months into a long campaign. Their 4 points have come against newly promoted clubs and most established Premier league clubs should find the going straight forward against a style that hasn't changed but the loss of key personnel has made less effective. It shouldn't be too long before United get back into old habits and Bolton are unlikely to pose too many problems.
Home Win 2-0
  Middlesbrough v West Brom
  West Brom won't have to worry about Pogatetz after the uncompromising defender was sent off at Old Trafford having nearly broken Possebon's leg. Despite that, Boro are an improved side this season although results haven't neccesarily gone their way. Mido could be back to partner Alves up front as they take on Tony Mowbray's baggies. West Brom have stuck to their footballing principles but have struggled to get points on the board. Their only point on the road came at the Reebok in a goalless draw and the worry is where the goals are going to come from. Boro should emerge as winners in this tight encounter.
Home Win 1-0
  Newcastle v Blackburn
  The Magpies are not only short on confidence but on evidence during the week they also look short on quality. Nicky Butt and Michael Owen stood out from the rest but the defeat at home to an also suffering Spurs side emphasised the affect that non-football related matters have had on the club. Newcastle may be second from bottom but at least they have a Premier league win under their belts; however emergency managerial appointments, management buyouts and rumours of Keegan returning will only serve to unsettle the playing staff further. Blackburn are seeking the bonus points at St James this weekend after recovering from heavy defeats at West Ham and at home to Arsenal. Subsequently, they've secured narrow victories over Fulham and Everton and should approach this fixture in buoyant mood; let's face it, there aren't many easier games at the moment in the top division.
Away Win 1-3
  Stoke v Chelsea
  Stoke have been holding their own but have been pipped to the post late on in games and therefore find themselves languishing in the bottom three. Their goalless draw at Anfield was their first game without scoring and they're likely to adopt the same negative defensive approach when Chelsea come to town. However, the Blues have far more options and look a far better side than the current crop of Liverpool starlets so shouldn't have too much trouble breaking through the stubborn Stoke defence. The Chelsea goal tally is mounting despite being held at home by Spurs and United and now that they have several key players back, Stoke could be in for a fright; a bit like Portsmouth midweek. Can't comprehend anything other than a Chelsea victory.
Away Win 0-3
Sat 5:30 Arsenal v Hull
  The Gunners rolled over Bolton fairly easily at the Reebok last weekend, then the real kids took over midweek for the 6 goal demolition of Sheffield Utd. Arsenal currently top the table after 5 games; not exactly what was expected after the Fulham defeat but then they have been known to shoot their load early and time will tell during the fixture pile-up over the course of the season. The visitors to the Emirates, Hull City, continue to add points to their tally and should have held on for a maximum against the blue half of Merseyside. The Tigers have already scored 4 points on the road and at times have proved themselves a tough unit to break down though there have been instances where they've been awful defensively; most notably, the 5 goal defeat at home to Wigan. Wenger finally has his side playing attractive and incisive football and they should have a comfortable day at the office.
Home Win 3-0
Sun 1:30 Portsmouth v Tottenham
  It hasn't been a good week for Pompey; a proper bashing at Eastlands followed by another drubbing at home to Chelsea in the Carling Cup. The defence and David James can be held mainly culpable but Harry Redknapp isn't looking for scapegoats and believes that they'll kick the habit of making unforced errors. There'll be added incentive for several Pompey players that quit White Hart Lane for Fratton Park, the one to watch being Defoe who's already hit the back of the net 3 times this season. Spurs are struggling at the foot of the table and goals have been a problem with both Keane and Berbatov leaving in the transfer window. Pavlyuchenko got off the mark in the Carling Cup win at St James Park but both sides were poor and Spurs only won by virtue of Newcastle being worse. Portsmouth will be anxious to put things right and opponents don't come much easier than the current Spurs outfit.
Home Win 2-1
Sun 4:00 Wigan v Man City
  Mark Hughes won't have been happy with the midweek Carling Cup exit at Brighton. Having got themselves in front they finally went out on penalties with a relatively full strength side. However, they did give Portsmouth an absolute spanking at Eastlands last weekend and with Robinho back in the side they're liable to make short work of an improving Wigan side; for me, the clincher could be in how Bramble matches up against the Brazilians and it looks like one way carnage. Admittedly, Wigan are a stronger side this season but have fluctuated between being very good and very average. The Latics are a solid outfit but City's flair should prove the difference.
Away Win 1-2