Archived Premier League Tips (6th November 2010)

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Archived Premier League Football Betting Tips (6th November 2010)

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 6th to Sun 7th November 2010.


Archived Premier League football betting tips (6th to 7th Nov 2010)

Sat 12:45 Bolton v Tottenham
  Everyone's raving about Spurs' performance against Inter Milan and Gareth Bale in particular, and rightly so but a trip to the Reebok is exactly the sort of game you don't want after a glorious Champions League night. So far Spurs have fared not too badly the weekend after Champions League games but Bolton won't give the likes of Bale the freedom and space to run at them. Van der Vaart may be rested after suffering a recurrence of the hamstring sustained in the defeat at Old Trafford but Spurs have no fresh injury concerns. The Trotters endured their first home defeat of the season last weekend against Liverpool but the game could've gone either way and defeat was undeserved. They've drawn three of their five home fixtures and Coyle is adamant that his players will take their medicine (the Liverpool defeat) and fight back right away. Bolton are no longer just a long ball side and will pose Spurs enough problems whilst Spurs are unlikely to reach the heights attained at home against Inter Milan. Both parties would prefer the win but may have to settle for a point.
Draw 1-1
Sat 3:00 Birmingham v West Ham
  Birmingham's goalless draw away at Villa Park last weekend was enough to convince them that they're closing the gap on their derby rivals. It was an uninspiring game but brought an end to a run of six successive defeats for Birmingham in this fixture. The Blues have now taken four points from the last two Premier League matches and should be confident of climbing the table; a win should take them back into the top half. They host bottom side West Ham who are now three points adrift and have now suffered two successive defeats. They didn't lose by as much as expected at the Emirates but it seems the players don't believe in Grant and even the coaching staff are squabbling amongst themselves. A big miss for the Hammers is Mark Noble after undergoing an appendectomy whilst Upson has a dodgy hamstring and Faubert faces a three match suspension after receiving red playing for the reserves. Birmingham will have this pencilled in as an achievable win and they should be able to carry it off although West Ham surely have every game marked down as a 'must win'.
Home Win 1-0
  Blackburn v Wigan
  Only a point separates these two clubs either side of the drop zone with Wigan having the slender advantage. Blackburn are on a pretty poor run at the moment with just a single point from the last four matches but they've only been defeated twice at Ewood Park; those coming against Arsenal and Chelsea. The Latics' form has not been quite so bad but their only win on the road came at White Hart Lane back in August. They were convincingly beaten at Craven Cottage last weekend with Martinez blaming the Carling Cup midweek exertions against Swansea for their lacklustre approach. Inconsistency is a big factor when considering Wigan's potential and given that Blackburn tend to be fairly resolute on home soil, it's Rovers that get the nod.
Home Win 2-1
  Blackpool v Everton
  Blackpool may have secured their first Premier League home win last weekend but they were left clinging on after West Brom were reduced to nine men on 29 minutes. Holloway was undoubtedly pleased with the three points and his side's progress but they should've done better with an hour against a severely weakened Baggies. So the Tangerines now have four points from four home games ahead of another home clash, this time against an Everton side on a run of five games without defeat. The Toffees are now up to eighth after a poor start to the season but they look solid and are relatively free of injuries with only Fellaini and Osman facing lengthy spells on the sidelines. Only goal difference separates the two sides in the top half of the table but it's definitely Everton who have the impetus and they should prove too strong for the Seasiders.
Away Win 0-1
  Fulham v Aston Villa
  Villa have slipped down the table after suffering a run of four Premier League games without a win and 344 minutes of league football without a goal. Houllier looked downbeat as he trudged off after the home draw with Birmingham and his demeanour is unlikely to improve with the news that Heskey has been ruled out for up to a month with a medial knee ligament injury. That leaves the manager with just one senior striker, John Carew, who may be partnered with Nathan Delfouneso. Not forgetting that Houllier is already without key midfield man, Stiliyan Petrov, who's expected to be out for up to three months. They travel to Craven Cottage where Mark Hughes gradually seems to be finding his feet. Fulham currently lie in mid-table and were undefeated up until mid-October when they lost at home to Spurs and away at the Hawthorns but they bounced back last weekend with a convincing win over Wigan. Paul Konchesky's replacement, Carlos Salcido, has been drawing attention with his displays from left back whilst Andy Johnson made a final ten minute appearance against the Latics so Hughes has much to be positive about. The Cottagers tend to be strong at home and will start favourites against Villa.
Home Win 2-1
  Man Utd v Wolverhampton
  Wolves lie second from bottom and have taken just a single point from five away fixtures. However, they played well at Chelsea and only lost by two goals, beat Man City at home last weekend and ran United close at Old Trafford in the Carling Cup defeat. Hernandez came off the bench to claim the winner in injury time and Wolves can count themselves unlucky not to get something from the game. That said, United replaced their entire starting eleven for the Carling Cup and Wolves are bound to be facing better quality this time around though a number of the United players appear to have gone down with flu during the week. Fletcher and Nani limped out of the midweek Champions League win in Bursaspor so are likely to join Owen, Rooney and Giggs who are all out but nearing a return. Another key factor has been the renewed partnership of Vidic and Ferdinand which has led to increased stability at the back. Despite lying third in the table, United have only dropped two points at home this season and remain the only undefeated Premier League side. Given their injuries, it won't be straight forward for United but they should still be expected to win.
Home Win 1-0
  Sunderland v Stoke
  To say Sunderland were disappointing last weekend at St James Park is an understatement and the game was well and truly over before Newcastle old boy, Titus Bramble, was sent off in the 53rd minute for a late tackle. There have been apologies all around from Sunderland personnel but the best form of apology would be by taking three points off Stoke. Bruce has admitted that the derby defeat will take some repairing but hopes that the damage done isn't long-term. Prior to that, Sunderland had gone seven Premier League matches unbeaten but now they may have to rely on the fact that they're still undefeated at the Stadium of Light. Their opponents, Stoke, are just a point above the drop zone and have won only once on the road, ironically at Newcastle. The Potters don't give much away and haven't conceded more than two goals in a Premier League game this season though they did concede three in their Carling Cup exit at West Ham. No doubt Jones will be anxious to make a good impression on his return to Sunderland but Fuller is close to a return. The Mackems need to put last weekend behind them by at least bouncing back with a good performance. A win will certainly appease most of the fans though it won't be easy.
Home Win 1-0
Sun 1:30 Arsenal v Newcastle
  Newcastle's win over Sunderland took them up to seventh in the table and they'll rightly be buoyant after that result but they conceded four at home to Arsenal when the Gunners kicked them out of the Carling Cup only last week. Newcastle's form seems to be either hit or miss and they could hit the buffers against an Arsenal side although Wenger still has injuries keeping out key players. As a result they succumbed to defeat in the Ukraine midweek but Wenger blames complacency after they went ahead as early as the 10th minute. Afterwards, Wenger commented that van Persie had been named in van Marwijk's preliminary Dutch squad for November but the striker hasn't played any football since being ruled out in August with an ankle injury. Fabregas, Diaby, Denilson, Arshavin and Song will all be hoping to be ruled fit after missing the Champions League fixture. The Gunners have made hard work of home fixtures lately but a home win is still on the cards.
Home Win 2-0
Sun 3:00 West Brom v Man City
  Despite having two men sent off within half hour at Bloomfield Road, West Brom fought valiantly on and pushed Blackpool close with the Tangerines clinging on to victory at the death. The Baggies appealed against Ibanez's red card and the FA surprisingly upheld their appeal, not because there weren't covering defenders but because the FA don't usually admit to refereeing gaffes. Anyway, the bottom line is that Ibanez is now available although Jara will be serving a three match ban for his reckless tackle. Odemwingie still hasn't played since the draw with Bolton but could be set for a recall. The Baggies still haven't lost at the Hawthorns and host a City side with alleged problems on and off the field. Player altercations on the pitch and reports of disharmony between Mancini and the players have been dismissed as media stories. City currently lie fourth, eight points behind Chelsea, but they've lost their last two games and don't look the same side without Tevez. Aside from that they've won just two of five away fixtures and have injuries to Balotelli and De Jong whilst the Toure brothers were left behind for the Poland trip to work on their fitness for this game. City still don't seem to have that team bond away from home and West Brom will see them as a potential scalp; it shouldn't be forgotten that the Baggies have already beaten City at the Hawthorns when they knocked them out of the Carling Cup back in September.
Home Win 2-1
Sun 4:00 Liverpool v Chelsea
  Liverpool climb towards mid-table after two wins on the bounce including their first on the road this season but have they turned the corner? This fixture will surely be a mark of any progress and with my tongue firmly in my cheek, they need to beat Chelsea if they still harbour title ambitions. Though the Reds may have taken the points at the Reebok last weekend, they were far from convincing and were on the ropes for long periods. Joe Cole is likely to miss out against his old club after suffering a hamstring strain but rumour has it that Dirk Kuyt is making rapid progress and is expected to train ahead of the game although a starting place may be too much too soon. Chelsea are five points clear at the top of the pile and have dropped just five points all season (in away fixtures at Eastlands and Villa Park). The Blues have very few injury concerns and Ancelotti has stated that even Lampard has a 50% chance of making the game at Anfield. Chelsea look good for the win mainly because Liverpool's play is still not at the level it should be. Maybe a visit by the Champions and league leaders will inspire the Reds but the suspicion is that it'll be a miserable day on Merseyside.
Away Win 1-2

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