Archived Premier League Tips (6th December 2014)

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Archived Premier League Football Betting Tips (6th December 2014)

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 Mon 8th December 2014.


Archived Premier League football betting tips (6th to 8th Dec 2014)

Sat 12:45 Newcastle v Chelsea
  Chelsea maintain their 6=point advantage over City following a 3-goal win over Spurs at Stamford Bridge. Still unbeaten in the top flight this season, they've a 100% record in home games. Drogba deputised as expected for the suspended Costa but the Spanish striker is back for the trip to St James's Park. Matic won't be available after picking up a 5th yellow card whilst Gary Cahill is also a doubt after being withdrawn at half-time against Spurs. Hosts Newcastle have faltered after their 5-match winning sequence with defeat at West Ham and a draw at relegation-threatened Burnley. Despite netting the equaliser at Turf Moor, Cisse claims he's not match fit whilst Coloccini, Krul, Santon and Obertan are missing through injury. The Magpies would need to be at their strongest to challenge the Blues and Mourinho's side are expected to go marching on!
Away Win 0-2
Sat 15:00 Hull v West Brom
  Just a point separates these two sides teetering just above the relegation places. The Baggies are on a run of four successive defeats whilst Hull's draw at Everton ended a similar sequence. The Tigers have won just two top flight matches all season whilst West Brom have fared marginally better with three victories to their name. Goals have also been in short supply for both clubs in recent weeks and not surprisingly both managers are under pressure. Brunt and Morrison are fresh injury doubts for the Baggies along with Olsson, Pocognoli and the suspended Yacob. Ramirez serves the last of a 3-match suspension for Hull but Bruce has concerns over the fitness of Brady, Diame and Meyler. Hernandez is also doubtful for personal reasons. Difficult to pick between the two with the draw looking the best option.
Draw 1-1
  Liverpool v Sunderland
  Prior to the midweek defeat at home to City, Sunderland had enjoyed a 4-match unbeaten run; the most notable of results including draws at Everton and at home to Chelsea. Given that they've been the only side to stop Chelsea from scoring this season it was something of a surprise to see City put four past them. However Wes Brown and Adam Johnson are expected to return to the Black Cats' starting line-up after recovering from knocks. With only two wins to their name this season, draws have been largely responsible for Sunderland's 14-point haul and maybe that's the most they can hope for at Anfield. Hosts Liverpool recently beat both Stoke and Leicester which keeps them in the top half of the table and within shouting distance of the top four. Both Enrique and Coutinho are expected to be declared fit for the visit of Sunderland but Sturridge, Sakho and Balotelli are all out. Rumours are Gerrard could be rested with a crucial Champions League date with Basel next week followed by a weekend trip to Old Trafford. A game Liverpool should win but you never know.
Home Win 2-1
  QPR v Burnley
  Both sides occupy places in the bottom three with just a single point separating them. Burnley are undefeated in four but the last two have been draws and three of those games have been played at Turf Moor. However, it marks an improvement from the Clarets as Sean Dyche's side aim to build on growing confidence. Opponents Rangers suffered on the road once again with a midweek 2-goal defeat at the Liberty but home form's not been too bad with just a couple of defeats. They've taken 7 points from the last 9 at Loftus Road including a draw with City and a valuable win over relegation rivals Leicester. Sandro's still missing for the Rs whilst Burnley have doubts over Ward and Duff. Lately at home QPR have shown they're capable of scrapping for results and can see them upsetting Burnley's current form.
Home Win 2-1
  Stoke v Arsenal
  By their own standards both clubs are under-achieving so far this season. Arsenal are currently sixth with a massive 13-point gap separating them from league leaders Chelsea. A couple of single-goal victories over the last week will have lifted the mood at the Emirates but they had to rely on yet another late goal from Alexis Sanchez to beat Southampton. Stoke are on a run of three defeats having lost at home to Burnley and away at Anfield and Old Trafford. Nothing too surprising about the two must recent defeats but losing at home to the Clarets must've been extremely disappointing for Mark Hughes. The Potters have something of an injury crisis with Sidwell, Odemwingie and Moses all out whilst Walter, Whelan, Huth and Ireland are all doubts with injury and illness. The Gunners have their own well-publicised injuries, the latest of which is Nacho Monreal who's out with an ankle problem. However, both Gibbs and Koscielny are expected to return should they be ruled fit. Giroud may be considered for a start after coming on against Southampton and changing the game in Arsenal's favour. A tight game but Wenger's side should have too much quality even though they might leave it late.
Away Win 0-1
  Tottenham v Crystal Palace
  This season Spurs have failed to build on any successes and string together a positive run of results. Consecutive victories over Hull, Partizan Belgrade and Everton counted for nothing at Stamford Bridge where the lilywhites were comfortably beaten by 3 goals. Had Harry Kane converted one of several chances in the first 10 minutes then the story could've well been different. Mmmmm, maybe not! Regardless Tottenham go into the game against Palace hoping to improve on their mid-table position. The Eagles are just a point above the relegation places following their disappointing defeat at home to Villa. Their 3-1 win over Liverpool a couple of weeks ago is their only victory in their last eight top flight matches. Delaney, Mariappa and Ledley are all expected to miss out through injury but it wouldn't be a surprise if they were to score against a fragile Spurs defence. That said this should be a win for the home side.
Home Win 2-1
Sat 17:30 Man City v Everton
  The Toffees were on a nice 5-match unbeaten run in the Premier League until the convincing Europa League victory over Wolfsburg in Germany. The following weekend they lost at White Hart Lane despite leading and this week they were held at home by struggling Hull, again after going into the half-time break a goal to the good. Everton's home and away records are virtually identical so no clue there but they continue to do without both McCarthy and Naismith. They travel to current champions City, six points behind league leaders Chelsea but closing the gap. Of late City have really kicked on taking 13 points from the last 15, winning handsomely at Southampton and Sunderland. Sergio Aguero is in insatiable form with 19 goals in all competitions, 14 in the Premier League alone and 3 ahead of Chelsea striker Costa. Some say the Argentine would even excel in defence given his quality but it's unlikely his skills will be required in that position despite Kompany's continued absence. Other absentees are Dzeko, Silva and Kolarov but current form indicates that City should win comfortably.
Home Win 2-0
Sun 13:30 West Ham v Swansea
  A win at West Brom maintained West Ham's top five position, sandwiched amongst the so-called elite of United and Arsenal. The Hammers have lost just one of their lasst eight Premier League fixtures, a 2-1 defeat at Everton. Andy Carroll has proved a handful up front since his return from injury but Allardyce is still without Noble, Sakho and Song. They host a Swansea side just a couple of points and places below them in the table. The Swans enjoyed a 2-goal victory over relegation-threatened QPR midweek but their form on the road hasn't been so great with just a single win from 7 games; that a memorable 2-1 victory at Old Trafford on the opening day. Fernandez is out with a calf problem whilst defender Neil Taylor is suspended after picking up a fifth yellow card against Rangers. Swansea play some nice stuff but can see the Hammers playing ugly if it means getting the three points.
Home Win 2-1
Sun 16:00 Aston Villa v Leicester
  Villa rocketed up the table courtesy of their surprise midweek win at Selhurst Park. Despite being their first victory since mid-September, Villa are actually on a run of four games undefeated. Goals have been hard to come by but by the same token they've not conceded more than a single goal in any of those recent fixtures. It's taken time for Benteke to return to full fitness but the Belgian striker's goal mad all the difference at Palace; an especially timely return considering Weimann is suspended. It looks like Lambert will have to continue without the services of Vlaar, Baker and Senderos but the makeshift defence are handling the pressure well in the circumstances. They host a Leicester side propping up the rest of the table and without a win in 9 games. The Foxes were well beaten at home by Liverpool but the real hammer blow came at Loftus Road in a 3-2 relegation 6-pointer. Wes Morgan misses out after being sent off this week and the outlook isn't great for Nigel Pearson's side. Expect Villa to build on their midweek victory.
Home Win 1-0
Mon 20:00 Southampton v Man Utd
  The Monday night fixture sees third-placed Southampton hosting fourth-placed United. Only a point separates the two clubs and it's a big chance for United to move up to third. The last week has been a test of Southampton's quality and whether or not they're worthy of a top four place. So far they've failed to live up to that billing with defeat at home to City followed by a last-gasp loss at the Emirates. Already without influential midfielder Scheiderlin, the Saints saw three players forced off at Arsenal. Alderweireld, Cork and Tadic are all doubtful for the home game with United. Van Gaal's side, on the other hand, are set to welcome back both Rooney and Falcao. Still missing are Di Maria, Blind and Shaw to name just a few. United have won their last four Premier League matches including that 2-1 win at Arsenal and their climb up the table his been impressive given their shaky start to the season. A tight game at St Mary's but Koeman will find it difficult replacing the afore-mentioned injury doubts if not fit to play. That gives United the edge.
Away Win 1-2

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