Archived Premier League Tips (27th March 2010)

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Archived Premier League Football Betting Tips (27th March 2010)

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 Mon 29th March 2010.

Archived Premier League football betting tips (27th to 29th Mar 2010)

Sat 3:00 Birmingham v Arsenal
  Birmingham suffered defeat at Ewood Park during the week thanks to old boy David Dunn's brace but their home form is rather more positive given their unbeaten run at St Andrews in all competitions since Bolton won there back in September, an incredible twelve games. However, they've been on the wrong end of a glut of recent away results and the visit of Arsenal will provide a stern test. The Gunners have something of a defensive crisis with Gallas still injured and Vermaelen suspended after losing his appeal against the sending off at home to West Ham; that leaves Campbell set to partner Silvestre or Song at the back. Bendtner is also a doubt after twisting his ankle. Arsenal are poised to take advantage of any slip-ups by Chelsea or United but they need to see off Birmingham first and the home side might just get something from the game.
Draw 1-1
  Chelsea v Aston Villa
  Chelsea put their recent woes behind them to move back into second after taking Portsmouth apart at Fratton Park. Injury to Ivanovic at Ewood Park leaves Ancelotti with just three recognised full-backs in Ferreira, Belletti and Zhirkov which could lead to Villa's Ashley Young getting some joy from his raids down the left. Villa could only draw again at home to Sunderland during the week. They may be unbeaten in the Premier league this year but it was their seventh draw in the last ten games and that form needs to improve if they're to realise their ambitions of Champions League football. Doubts hang over the fitness of key players Dunne, Agbonlahor and Milner though they're expected to make the starting line-up. The race for the title is tight and so is the challenge for fourth, factors which should contribute to an entertaining game of football but Chelsea have only dropped five points at home this season and should have enough to see off Villa. The result could be somewhat different when these two sides meet next month on neutral territory at Wembley in the FA Cup semi-final.
Home Win 2-1
  Hull v Fulham
  Hull need to bounce back after losing out at Fratton Park having been 2-1 up with a couple of minutes to go. New manager, Iain Dowie, reckons he sees enough in his side to avoid the drop but the table suggests otherwise with the teams above them, bar West Ham and Burnley, gradually stretching away. However, the Tigers have lost just one of their last four home fixtures; a last minute defeat to Arsenal but have beaten City and drawn with Chelsea recently. They host a Fulham side that must start to feel the tiredness of such a successful season. They looked great in the first half at White Hart Lane but were knocked out of the FA Cup in the second half, possibly due to fatigue as well as Spurs' inspired substitutions. The Cottagers' away form is fairly poor with just a single away victory although they have drawn six of their fifteen Premier league away fixtures. The euphoria of Fulham's great win in Europe a week ago has evaporated slightly with their FA Cup exit and Hull will be looking to take advantage.
Home Win 2-1
  Tottenham v Portsmouth
  Spurs have had a great week; not only did City lose at home and Villa draw but they negotiated their way past a tricky Fulham side to meet Pompey in the FA Cup semi-final at Wembley. So Spurs are currently 'top four and last four' and they have a chance to cement their fourth place in a pre-run of next month's Wembley date. There was further good news for Harry Redknapp with Huddlestone, Bentley and Pavlyuchenko all coming on in the second half to great effect. The bad news was that Corluka hobbled off and looks set to join the likes of Defoe, Lennon, King and Woodgate in the treatment room. Their opponents, Portsmouth, were hammered by Chelsea and their future looks Championship bound with seven games to go. They've lost six of their last seven Premier league away fixtures and are unlikely to find Spurs in charitable mood given the home side's Champions League ambitions.
Home Win 3-0
  West Ham v Stoke
  Doom and gloom reigns supreme at Upton Park after their ineffective performance against relegation rivals, Wolves. It was a 'must win' fixture that, having lost it, now puts further pressure on Zola and the players with each game. The manager has received the dreaded backing from co-owner David Sullivan and the board have decided to stick with Zola until the end of the season. The Hammers have now lost their last five games including home defeats to Bolton and Wolves, not the sort of record to take into a 'must win' game against a strong, organised Stoke side. The Potters are undefeated in their last four Premier league away fixtures but will be missing Dean Whitehead after the combative midfielder was harshly dismissed in the home defeat to Spurs. If West Ham start as they did against Wolves, Stoke will have no hesitation in putting them to the sword.
Away Win 1-2
  Wolverhampton v Everton
  Wolves are climbing towards safety after taking seven points from the last three games including two much needed wins on the road. Seven points is the margin between themselves and the drop zone so their continued Premier league status is not yet guaranteed but McCarthy will be keen to keep their unbeaten run going for as long as possible. However, they host an Everton side buoyant after they inflicted City's first defeat at Eastlands this season. The Toffees have their eye on a place in Europe and know they need to make up ground if they're to fulfill their ambitions. To that end, they've now taken ten points from their last four games and look to be on a roll. Both sides are in good form but Everton look more likely to continue their run.
Away Win 1-2
Sat 5:30 Bolton v Man Utd
  United know that the title lies within their own hands; win every game and they'll retain the Premier league crown. They've a point advantage over Chelsea and two over Arsenal but they'll want to get another three points on the board before they meet Chelsea at Old Trafford over Easter in what could be a title decider. Rooney's fantastic form is drawing admiration from around the world and Bolton have the unenviable task of trying to stop him. The Trotters have an eight point safety margin, thanks mainly to ten points earned from their last four home games. Gary Cahill should make his return in place of the suspended Steinsson but all eyes will be on United. Fergie's men haven't lost since mid-February at Goodison and they tend to get better as the season draws to a close.
Away Win 0-1
Sun 12:00 Burnley v Blackburn
  Burnley's home form has been their sole source of points this season but that has deserted them recently and as a consequence they find themselves in the bottom three and three points behind seventeenth placed West Ham. The Clarets have lost three of their last five Premier league fixtures and if they're to survive they need to take heart from the fact that Blackburn have only notched six points on the road, losing eleven of fifteen away fixtures. Rovers have been flying at home with a point against Chelsea and a win over Birmingham only recently but they go missing on the road with four defeats in their last five. Inspirational Dunn may not be risked at Turf Moor after picking up a knock during the midweek victory. If Burnley are to avoid the drop, this is one they have to win and Blackburn's relatively safe position may play into their hands.
Home Win 1-0
Sun 4:00 Liverpool v Sunderland
  Liverpool lost at Old Trafford last weekend, one of their biggest games of the season, but despite their topsy turvy season their home form is immaculate. They've dropped just eight points at Anfield and haven't lost at home in the Premier league since losing to Arsenal in mid-December. Their injury crisis appears to be over but their level of football hasn't yet reached the heights of last season with it seems a more cautionary approach. The Reds will be looking for revenge against Sunderland after the infamous 'balloon goal' saw them leave the Stadium of Light with nothing in October. After enduring a run of over three months without a Premier league win, the Mackems have gone five games without defeat taking nine points in the process. Sunderland keeper, Craig Gordon, can be held partly responsible for the upturn in form given that he's been performing heroics for the last couple of weeks. Bruce's side have improved but Liverpool should have too much, especially when considering that the Reds still have a chance of qualifying for next season's Champions League.
Home Win 1-0
Mon 8:00 Man City v Wigan
  The shock of the week was City falling to their first defeat at Eastlands this season. Everton took pride in ending the only remaining unbeaten home record in the Premier league. The pressure must be getting to Mancini as he was sent off (along with Moyes) for scuffling with his opposite number. Victory at Stamford Bridge was thought to be the stepping stone that would see City take fourth place with relative ease but a late point at Sunderland and the afore-mentioned defeat to Everton has seen them falter, although they did manage a comfortable win at Craven Cottage last weekend. They host a Wigan side still not certain of avoiding the drop; their breathing space is currently seven points but should other results go against them and facing such a difficult fixture, that could easily be reduced significantly. The Latics have taken just a single point from their last four away games and I can't see them springing a surprise akin to Everton's.
Home Win 3-0