Archived Premier League Tips (22nd November 2014)

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Archived Premier League Football Betting Tips (22nd November 2014)

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 22nd to Mon 24th November 2014.

Archived Premier League football betting tips (22nd to 24th Nov 2014)

Sat 15:00 Chelsea v West Brom
  The Blues maintained their unbeaten record this season after coming from behind to win at Anfield. Gary Cahill was at the centre of most things with his equaliser benefitting from goal-line technology whilst a couple of handball incidents went his way and he remained unpunished. Costa's 10th goal of the campaign proved to be the winner but in truth Chelsea were dominant throughout. Mourinho's side have only dropped points in Manchester this season, drawing at both the Etihad and Old Trafford, and go into this game against West Brom with no injury concerns providing Fabregas and Schurrle recover from a hamstring problem and illness respectively. The Baggies failed to build on successive victories over Tottenham and Burnley towards the end of September and their only win since came courtesy of an own goal at Leicester. Just prior to the international break they were turned over at home by a resurgent Newcastle and lost at Bournemouth in the fourth round of the League Cup. Can't see West Brom putting Chelsea off their stride.
Home Win 2-0
  Everton v West Ham
  Good runs of form for both sides has seen them progress up the table; West Ham up to fourth after going five matches unbeaten and Everton now mid-table following a sequence of four games without defeat. However, both clubs have drawn their last two top flight matches. The Hammers were two down at the Britannia but managed to turn things round for a share of the spoils whilst they failed to break down Villa at Upton Park most recently. Andy Carroll returned to action during the latter stages of that game and caused havoc but was unable to force the ball home. The Toffees were held at home by Swansea and just prior to the international break a Leighton Baines penalty rescued a point at the Stadium of Light. The full-back was unavailable for international duty and is touch and go for the weekend along with the likes of McCarthy, Jagielka and Gibson. Gareth Barry is certainly out after being stretchered off in the draw at Sunderland. The only injury concern for Sam Allardyce is Guy Demel who it's hopeful will be fit for the weekend. Both sides playing well currently and difficult to split them.
Draw 1-1
  Leicester v Sunderland
  The Foxes find themselves in the bottom three after taking just a single point from the last 18 available. That 2-2 draw came at home to bottom side Burnley and Leicester haven't hit the back of the net since; four straight defeats. Their 5-3 victory over United at the KingPower Stadium is but a distant memory as they come to terms with the demands of top flight football. Pearson has been fortunate with injuries but the realities are that the relative funds at Leicester's disposal means it was always going to be a battle for survival. They entertain a Sunderland side who've suffered far more significant defeats than their hosts but have surprisingly managed to bounce back. The 8-goal hammering at Southampton followed by the 2-goal defeat at home to Arsenal were littered with mistakes but a 3-1 win at Selhurst Park and a draw at home to Everton see the Black Cats rise to fourteenth. Many thought that that dramatic defeat to the Saints would spell a rapid decline for Sunderland but Poyet has engineered a remarkable recovery. Steven Fletcher has withdrawn from Scotland's game with England after sustaining a knock but it may be precautionary and the Mackems will welcome his return if fit. One goal should be enough to seal this in the away side's favour.
Away Win 0-1
  Man City v Swansea
  City have drifted 8 points behind league leaders Chelsea and are languishing in third after just a single victory from their last six matches in all competitions. A draw and a defeat against CSKA Moscow leaves their chances of qualifying for the knockout stages of the Champions League highly unlikely. Domestically they've been knocked out of the League Cup on home soil by Newcastle whilst Premier League results have included a defeat at West Ham and a draw at Loftus Road. So something of a crisis at the Etihad with their win over arch-rivals United their sole high point. Injuries to key players Dzeko, Kolarov, Silva and Kompany are only likely to raise further concerns. They host a Swansea side just 2 places and 3 points below them in the table although a win for the Swans won't be enough for them to leapfrog their opponents given City's superior goal difference. Recently Monk's side beat Arsenal at the Liberty but their form on the road has not been so good. The only time Swansea have won on their travels was at Old Trafford on the opening day whilst recently they were held at Everton preceded by a League Cup exit at Anfield. Dyer and Routledge are both doubts with groin problems but the Swans still pose a danger. However City should prevail.
Home Win 2-1
  Newcastle v QPR
  Quite how Alan Pardew has turned things around at St James's Park remains something of an enigma but the Newcastle boss deserves credit for the Magpies' climb up the table. They're now up to 8th after stringing together four victories, the latest of which was a comfortable 2-goal win at the Hawthorns. Along the way they've beaten both Spurs and Liverpool whilst losing just three Premier league matches this season. Goals from Perez have been crucial to the transformation but a number of key players are doubts for the visit of QPR including Aarons, Coloccini, Cisse, Obertan and Steven Taylor. Rangers have moved off the bottom of the table after taking four points from the last nine, the draw coming at Loftus Road against title-chasing Man City. It has to be said that City can count themselves fortunate with Charlie Austin denied by the rules as well as keeper Hart despite netting the first of Rangers' goals. However Redknapp's side are a point shy of safety and have lost all six games they've played on the road this season including a single-goal defeat at Burton in the early rounds of the League Cup. Pardew will be hoping that the international break hasn't interrupted a winning habit and the Magpies should go on to win.
Home Win 2-0
  Stoke v Burnley
  Burnley remain bottom of the pile despite securing their first win of the season, a single-goal victory over Hull at Turf Moor. The Clarets are currently only two points shy of safety and manager Sean Dyche is adamant that their first victory can reshape their season. Burnley are only too aware that no game is easy in the top flight but they've now played six of the top 10 sides so are optimistic that they can progress following their most recent result. They travel to the Britannia where mid-table Stoke are unbeaten in three top flight fixtures. The Potters also registered a crucial 2-1 victory at White Hart Lane just before the international break but were undone recently at home by Southampton in the League Cup. Wilson, Bardsley and Begovic are all slight doubts but expected to recover for the weekend. Stoke have been guilty of inconsistency but this is sruely a game they'll win.
Home Win 2-0
Sat 17:30 Arsenal v Man Utd
  A narrow win over Palace sees United move up to 7th in the table. Juan Mata came off the bench to net the winner but speculation continues around the Spanish midfielder's immediate future. Mata made the difference when coming on and surely the decision to sell him should be questioned. United have won just over half their top flight fixtures this season and not beaten any of the clubs considered title contenders; they drew at home to Chelsea and lost at the Etihad though it has to be said the games were tight. However once again Van Gaal has major injury concerns ahead of a tough away fixture with 10 players expected to be ruled out. All season they've struggled at centre-half and it looks like McNair and Smalling pick themselves. Blind could miss out with a knee injury whilst Carrick is nursing a groin problem plus there's a slight doubt over De Gea. They travel to the Emirates where Arsenal will be looking to bounce back from the surprise 2-1 defeat at the Liberty. That was only the Gunners second Premier League loss of the campaign but leaves them sixth having drawn 5 of their opening 11 fixtures. Wenger's side have shown susceptibility to the counter with too many players caught out of position when the opposition win the ball back. However, Sanchez has adapted well to life at Arsenal and has 12 goals in all competitions this season. Additionally, ex-United striker Welbeck will be looking to prove a point now that he's being played in his favoured position. Arteta, Ozil, Debuchy and Koscielny are all out but the Gunners should prove too strong for the visitors.
Home Win 2-1
Sun 13:30 Crystal Palace v Liverpool
  Liverpool have surely realised by now how important Suarez and Sturridge were to them last season. Responsible for the majority of the club's goals, their absence has seen the Reds slip into the bottom half of the table. They've won just four Premier League matches this season, the last three results summing up just where they are; a goalless draw at home to Hull followed by narrow defeats at Newcastle and at home to Chelsea. However there is light at the end of the tunnel with Sturridge having resumed training over a week ago although the latest news is that a thigh strain is likely to keep him out for several more weeks. Balotelli is a doubt after withdrawing from the Italy squad with a groin problem whilst Sakho remains Liverpool's only other big name casualty. They travel to Selhurst Park where Palace need to recover from a miserable run of results; a single point from the last 15 leaves them teetering above the bottom three on goal difference. The Eagles' 3-1 defeat at home to Sunderland was probably their lowest point in some time but there was a marked improvement at Old Trafford despite narrowly losing the game. Jedinak returns from a 1-match ban, probably in place of McArthur who's withdrawn from the Scotland squad after sustaining a calf injury. Other than that Warnock has no injury concerns. A tight game but one I'd expect Liverpool to pinch.
Away Win 1-2
Sun 16:00 Hull v Tottenham
  On a positive note for Spurs fans, Tottenham aren't playing at home and they've not had a Europa League fixture this week. Away from the Lane, Spurs have suffered just a single defeat in all competitions this season; that being a 4-1 mauling at the Etihad. Defeats on home turf have been well documented but they've shown a resilient streak on the road, notably evident at Villa Park in their most recent away match when they came from behind late on to take all three points. Currently lying 12th there's no doubt they need to improve but they're only 4 points shy of a Champions League place. Dier will likely continue in place of the suspended Naughton though Walker is rumoured close to a comeback. They travel to the KC Stadium where Hull are beginning to struggle. The Tigers recently lost at home to Southampton and away at Turf Moor and have failed to score in three matches. As a result they find themselves in the bottom half of the table with just two points separating them from the relegation places. Ex-Spurs midfielders Livermore and Huddlestone will be out to prove a point and Dawson could even recover from an ankle injury to face his former side. One goal might be enough to settle this.
Away Win 0-1
Mon 20:00 Aston Villa v Southampton
  Villa have endured a miserable couple of months but the goalless draw at Upton Park leading into the international break surely leaves the Villans in more confident mood. Up until then Villa had lost six times on the bounce including defeat at Loftus Road and another at home to Spurs, a game which they'd been leading until the 84th minute. Benteke serves the second of a 3-match suspension, Delph is out with a shoulder problem but Vlaar could also miss out after being forced off in Holland's clash with Mexico. They host a Southampton side absolutely flying at the moment. The Saints remain second, four points behind Chelsea, and have won 8 of their last 9 Premier League matches. Koeman's side look well-balanced and full-back Nathaniel Clyne was rewarded for an excellent start to the season with a starting place in England's win over Slovenia. However Davis and Scheniderlin are both injury doubts, key components of the Southampton midfield. Regardless of player availability, on form this has to go down as an away victory.
Away Win 0-1