Archived Premier League Tips (19th November 2011)

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Archived Premier League Football Betting Tips (19th November 2011)

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 19th to Mon 21st November 2011.


Archived Premier League football betting tips (19th to 21st Nov 2011)

Sat 12:45 Norwich v Arsenal
  Norwich can be pleased with their performance so far this season and their creditable 9th position is an indication of that. However, they've not won since beating Swansea at Carrow Road back in mid-October. Recent results have included a great draw at Anfield, another draw at home to Blackburn and defeat at Villa Park. Of most concern will be the draw with Blackburn where only a very late injury-time penalty was enough to salvage a point for the Canaries. Norwich haven't lacked for goals but Arsenal are likely to pose more of a problem than Rovers did. The Gunners defence hasn't been at its best this season but Vermaelen has returned in place of Mertesacker to partner Koscielny. Although Arsenal haven't been great on the road with just 4 points secured from a possible 15, they've been on a great run of form recently having won 6 of their last 7 matches in all competitions. Van Persie has been an inspiration, especially his hat-trick at Stamford Bridge in Arsenal's most recent away fixture. You can't write Norwich off but the Gunners look to have turned the corner.
Away Win 1-2
Sat 3:00 Everton v Wolverhampton
  After a less than impressive start to the current campaign, Everton appeared to have got their season back on track but 3 defeats in their last 4 Premier League games has seen them fall to just above the drop zone. Those defeats did come at home to United and away at Chelsea and Newcastle so there is probably room for optimism. Moyes could again elect to start Cahill on the bench with Osman filling the support striker role behind Louis Saha but the Australian's heading ability could be valuable. They host a Wolves side only a point better off but 4 places higher, such is the scramble for points in the bottom half of the table. Wolves may have emerged victorious from the 'must win' home game against Wigan last time out but they've lost their last 3 away fixtures. McCarthy's side play some good incisive football at times but on other occasions they just don't turn up. Recent results may not have gone for Everton but they haven't played that badly whilst Wolves are just too hit and miss.
Home Win 1-0
  Man City v Newcastle
  The last 2 remaining undefeated Premier League sides go head to head at the Etihad and surely something will give. Domestically, only Fulham at Craven Cottage have held City this season but QPR came close to doing the same just before the international break. The reality though is that City have won all 5 home fixtures scoring 16 goals and conceding just twice; the result being a 5 point advantage at the top of the table over local rivals United. Newcastle are only a point behind United but most of their success has been based on shutting sides out rather than outscoring them. However, the Magpies have won their last 3 Premier League matches including a surprising 3-1 win at the Britannia, not an easy place to go. Both Marveaux and Obertan look likely they'll miss this trip whilst Best is rated doubtful. Newcastle will be relying on their players to work hard and press the game and to that end Cheik Tiote should make a welcome return. If the Magpies can take anything from this match they'll finally get the credit they deserve but City will be persistent and are likely to leave Newcastle trailing.
Home Win 2-0
  Stoke v QPR
  Only a goal separates these 2 sides in mid-table. Stoke's home form is usually formidable though they were well beaten by Newcastle last time they played at the Britannia. Prior to that they've held United and beaten Liverpool there. Their last Premier League fixture resulted in a 5-0 mauling at the Reebok, an especially poor result given that Bolton are in the bottom three. The Potters' European commitments are obviously impacting their domestic performances. That said, Tony Pulis will be anxious that his side respond in appropriate fashion at home to QPR. Rangers have put in some cracking performances at Loftus Road lately but they've lost 3 of their last 4 on the road. They've won at Everton and Wolves this season but a rested Stoke side at home will cause any team problems. Jay Bothroyd could make the starting line-up again after scoring twice in the last 2 fixtures and we'll have to see if there's room for Adel Taarabt. Don't expect QPR to get anything here.
Home Win 2-0
  Sunderland v Fulham
  Little separates these 2 sides hovering just above the relegation places. Sunderland lost last time out at United but the defeat was a narrow one and prior to that they appeared to have turned things around with a win at Bolton and a draw at home to Villa. After this weekend's game the Mackems play Wigan, Wolves and Blackburn so a win over Fulham would mark a real chance to climb the table. Larsson is suspended whilst Wickham will miss out after being forced off early at Old Trafford with a knee injury. Fulham are renowned poor travellers though ironically they did win their last Premier League away match, not that surprising given that the opponents were Wigan. Fulham do have a problem at right back with Grygera ruled out for 6 months and Stephen Kelly doubtful after picking up a groin strain in Ireland's win over Estonia. However, Andy Johnson is expected to return from an ankle injury to partner Bobby Zamora. There's very little to choose between these two with only 4 Premier League victories enjoyed by both sides put together this season. It has to be a draw.
Draw 1-1
  West Brom v Bolton
  West Brom have lost their last 2 fixtures, at home to Liverpool and away at Arsenal, and their situation hasn't been helped by injuries to proven goalscorers Long, Odemwingie and Scharner. Odemwingie is the only one with a chance of being fit meaning Simon Cox will probably lead the line with Gera supporting. Watching the Liverpool defeat, it seemed that the Baggies just decided not to turn up so abject was their performance; Liverpool weren't any great shakes themselves but they didn't need to be and it was a very comfortable 3 points. They host a Bolton side still stuck in the bottom three but the Trotters' emphatic victory over Stoke will have restored some self-belief. Owen Coyle stopped experimenting, rang the changes and brought back experienced players like Davies and Klasnic; not surprisingly both strikers scored against the Potters. It was Bolton's first home points of the season and should be a stepping stone to better times ahead. The Trotters have already won away at QPR and Wigan as well as knocking Villa out of the Carling Cup at Villa Park whilst West Brom have won just a single home fixture. This one might be going against the grain a bit but Bolton just might be worth a flutter.
Away Win 1-2
  Wigan v Blackburn
  This is a must win game for both sides with them occupying the bottom and second from bottom spots respectively. Wigan have now lost their last 9 matches in all competitions and look dead certs for the drop unless Martinez can restore some confidence to his side. Alcaraz misses out again, this time serving a 3 match ban after being found guilty of a spitting incident in the defeat at Molineux. Blackburn themselves are struggling but can take some crumbs of comfort from the last few weeks. They knocked Newcastle out of the Carling Cup, were denied victory at Carrow Road by the latest of penalties and were narrowly beaten at home by Chelsea. Rovers still haven't won on the road this season but they've only been beaten twice. Samba is expected to miss out after sustaining a hamstring injury against Chelsea though Scott Dann should recover from a calf problem. The anti-Kean brigade will no doubt be making their voices heard but this is a winnable game for Blackburn as there aren't many worse sides around than Wigan.
Away Win 1-2
Sst 5:30 Swansea v Man Utd
  This is a bit of a teaser given that Swansea remain unbeaten at the Liberty Stadium this season. They might not have played anyone particularly decent at home but they can only play what's in front of them. The Swans have also drawn their last two away fixtures, the latest being a goalless draw at Anfield in which they had the chances to snatch all 3 points. So the bottom line has to be that Swansea shouldn't be taken at face value as just another newly promoted side. That will undoubtedly be what Sir Alex Ferguson will be saying to his United side ahead of a fixture that United must win if they're to keep tabs on league leaders City. Five points is currently the deficit and ever since United were humbled at home by their arch-rivals, they've struggled to impose themselves on games. Two single goal victories (at Everton and against Sunderland) has seen them retain 2nd place but injuries to the likes of Young and Cleverley means Rooney could again drop into midfield. The quality of United should tell in the end but the longer the game goes without a goal, the happier Swansea will be while United's frustration will grow.
Away Win 0-1
Sun 4:00 Chelsea v Liverpool
  Recent results don't make predicting the outcome of this match any easier. Chelsea remain 4th, 9 points behind league leaders City, and could drop to 5th on Monday night should Spurs better their result when they take on Villa. The Blues had a 100% home record until Arsenal came to Stamford Bridge a couple of weeks ago, scored 5 goals including a Van Persie hat-trick and left with all 3 points. Villas-Boas isn't too affected by injuries and the side he fields against Liverpool may well be seen as his preferred starting line-up after tinkering with it for much of the season. Dalglish seems to be suffering similarly in that he stuck with the same starting eleven that won at West Brom only for them to draw at home to Swansea. That was the Reds 3rd successive draw at Anfield but ironically they've won their last 4 away games in all competitions. Carragher could be fit to return but an ankle infection is expected to keep Gerrard out. Usually plumping for the draw in these high profile matches is the sensible option but Chelsea look stronger and shouldn't make the same mistakes as they did against Arsenal.
Home Win 2-1
Mon 8:00 Tottenham v Aston Villa
  Villa are yet to win on the road this season having drawn 4 and lost the other of their 5 away matches. However, the centre-half partnership of Dunne and Collins has made them difficult to beat with their only defeats coming at City and at home to West Brom; those losses have come in their last 4 games though. Both Petrov and Agbonlahor are expected to be fit for the trip to White Hart Lane though Jenas is ineligible owing to a condition of his loan. Darren Bent will also want to prove a point against his old club but it won't be easy given that Spurs have taken 22 points from the last 24 on offer. Harry Redknapp is hopeful of resuming his place on the touchline after minor heart surgery and that'll probably be easier than watching recent heart-stopping moments Spurs endured against Fulham. That said, Spurs are a much stronger outfit with King fit for Premier League fixtures, Parker adding so much more than just strength to the midfield and Adebayor leading the line. Tottenham never make it easy for themselves but this is one they should win.
Home Win 3-1

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