Archived Premier League Tips (27th September 2014)

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Archived Premier League Football Betting Tips (27th September 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 27th to Mon 29th September 2014.


Archived Premier League football betting tips (27th to 29th Sep 2014)

Sat 12:45 Liverpool v Everton
  It's not been a great week for Merseyside with Premier League defeats at the weekend followed by League Cup defeat for Everton and a mammoth penalty shootout victory for Liverpool over Championship side Middlesbrough. The Reds need to improve both domestically and on the European front if they're to enjoy success this season, playing twice a week and having to cope without the luxury of Luis Suarez. Balotelli is no substitute for the Uruguayan striker and Liverpool have had to change but the injury to Sturridge has hit them hard. Henderson and Coutinho are both doubts with knocks but having lost three top flight fixtures already this season makes the derby game a bigger occasion than usual. Rivals Everton are currently lagging a point behind their opponents following just a single win and two draws from their opening five fixtures. Last weekend the Toffees led early on at home to Palace but were overhauled and failed to find a late equaliser. Martinez's side have already conceded a massive 13 goals in 5 Premier League matches, the most of any top flight side this season, and are much changed from what has traditionally been a miserly defence. Midweek they conceded three in the Capital One Cup at Swansea, admittedly fielding a weakened side, but much work needs to be done at developing consistent performances as well as tightening up at the back. Barkley is Everton's only long-term casualty with Coleman and Pienaar expected to be available. Much pride at stake for both clubs and would normally be tempted with the draw but Everton are conceding too many.
Home Win 2-1
Sat 15:00 Chelsea v Aston Villa
  Chelsea's undefeated season continues although they were held at the Etihad last weekend despite leading. Old boy Frank Lampard equalised for City with five minutes to play much to Mourinho's disappointment. The Blues currently top the table with a 3-point cushion over second-placed Southampton. Chelsea were also midweek winners after despatching Championship side Bolton in the League Cup, the 2-1 scoreline not quite reflecting the home side's dominance. Ramires is Mourinho's only doubt ahead of a home fixture against third-placed Villa. A similarly undefeated start by Villa came to an abrupt halt last weekend when Arsenal tore them apart in a five minute first-half spell at Villa Park. The previous week they'd won away at Anfield giving some optimism ahead of the Gunners game but now they'll have to regroup for the trip to Stamford Bridge. Lambert will be hopeful that the illness that went through the camp prior to last weekend's match has abated and both Weimann and Westwood are fit to play a part. Vlaar has also been a big miss after sustaining a knee injury against Hull and a return date is as yet unknown. However, Benteke is back on the road to fitness although unlikely to feature at Chelsea. Expect a spirited display from Villa but the home side are likely to prove too good.
Home Win 2-0
  Crystal Palace v Leicester
  Palace can be best described as dogged, determined and competitive; an approach that served them well last weekend as they claimed their first top flight victory of the season, a 3-2 win away at Goodison. The Eagles weren't in the game until awarded a penalty on the half-hour but they took their chance and grew from that point onwards. In the end they had to hold on for the victory but they were on the wrong end of a 3-2 scoreline this week as Newcastle dumped them out of the League Cup at Selhurst Park. Palace forced extra time with a late equaliser but were eventually undone by a Dummett diving header. However, the Magpies aren't the best of sides and Palace should expect more of a challenge from newly promoted Leicester. The Foxes are up to seventh in the table on the back of successive victories; firstly the snatched win at Stoke followed by the dramatic fightback at home to United. Though United have been poor this season, no one would've expected Leicester to turn around a 3-1 deficit but they succeeded in pulling off one of the shocks of last weekend. Striker Ulloa now has five goals to his name whilst new signing Cambiasso netted his first for the club against United topping off a controlled performance. Given their recent results Leicester have the edge whilst Palace are still awaiting their first win on home soil this season.
Away Win 1-2
  Hull v Man City
  Hull haven't kicked on after winning their opening game of the campaign away at Loftus Road. Steve Bruce has built a good squad at the KC Stadium but too often this season they've been pegged back after taking the lead in matches. At home to West Ham and away at Newcastle they squandered leads on both occasions finishing 2-2 and dropping points. This week they went a step further in the League Cup trip to the Hawthorns; leading 2-1 they conceded twice in the last four minutes to exit the competition. They host a Man City side that have their mojo back after ending a 4-match winless streak with a massive 7-goal victory over Sheffield Wednesday. All the goals came in the second half with Frank Lampard and Edin Dzeko grabbing a brace apiece. We mention that they'd not won in four but the only shock in that sequence was the single-goal home defeat to Stoke. Following that were draws at Arsenal and at home to Chelsea plus a last gasp defeat in Munich. Incidentally Pellegrini rested a number of players for the midweek League Cup win so there's no telling what havoc they'll wreak at Hull once back to full strength. Fernando, Jovetic and Nasri all look to be nursing injuries although Silva and Aguero could recover from knocks to make the trip to the north-east. Hull will give it their best shot but can't see City being turned over on this occasion.
Away Win 0-2
  Man Utd v West Ham
  United had to settle for no midweek football this week after losing at MK Dons in the second round of the League Cup back in late August. Usually such a break is welcomed by all but given recent results games are what they need to steady the ship and get their gameplan right under Van Gaal. They slipped to 12th in the table following the 5-3 weekend defeat at newly promoted Leicester. Despite being 3-1 up with half-hour to play, United conceded four times in 19 minutes, typically uncharacteristic the big club. The bottom line is that Van Gaal's side have won just a single game this season, an emphatic 4-goal victory over QPR at Old Trafford, but they're a top-heavy side and their defensive line has looked frail without a dedicated holding midfielder. The back four continues to suffer with Blackett suspended and Evans and Jones doubtful although Luke Shaw started on the bench against the Foxes. Rumour has it that Michael Carrick could be pressed into a centre-half role but he's still a doubt after undergoing ankle surgery. They host a West Ham side buoyant after putting Liverpool to the sword at Upton Park. They've put the defeat to Southampton behind them but the jury's still out on whether they'll travel well this season. Like opponents United they've had a midweek rest after losing on penalties to Sheffield United in the second round of the League Cup but will undoubtedly feel better than their counterparts after the weekend results. If the Hammers take the game to United from the off they they could do enough to win the match but the expectation is that the home side will outscore them on this occasion.
Home Win 3-2
  Southampton v QPR
  The Saints are on a fantastic run after dropping points in the opening couple of fixtures but following that with three wins on the bounce. They're up to second in the table, three points behind league leaders Chelsea, and topped off a great couple of weeks by dumping Arsenal out of the Capital One Cup on their own ground. Anyone who's seen them play can't argue with their results and they deserve a big pat on the back for their collective response following the fire sale of five major players during the summer. They also deserved something from their opening day visit to Anfield but luck went against them although their play was an indication of what was to come. Koeman is still waiting for Rodriguez to return from a knee injury and could now miss Ward-Prowse for up to three months after he was forced off in the win over Swansea with a foot problem. Southampton host a QPR side now in the drop zone after scraping a draw at home to Stoke. The Potters were in control for much of the game as Rangers failed to produce much end product but Redknapp favourite Kranjcar had a good game and netted a great free kick to level the match 2-2. Barton left the field with a hamstring injury whilst defensive midfielder Sandro managed to injure himself celebrating during training and is rumoured to have aggravated his knee. Currently QPR are poor and look to be in trouble against a Southampton side that've looked very good up until now.
Home Win 2-0
  Sunderland v Swansea
  Swansea's great start to the season has been slightly tempered with successive defeats; a 4-2 loss to league leaders Chelsea at Stamford Bridge followed by a single-goal defeat at home to in-form Southampton. However, Monk rallied the troops for the League Cup visit of Everton and they promptly hammered them by three goals to nil. Swansea didn't get bad overnight; they just came up against a couple of superior sides and should have an easier time of it at the Stadium of Light. Jefferson Montero started against the Toffees and put in such a good performance on the wing that he could well force his way into the starting line-up this weekend; at the very least he gives Monk extra options going forward. Sunderland have lost just the one top flight match this season (away at QPR) but four draws means they're hovering above the bottom three. The Mackems are yet to impress, a surprise considering the impressive form with which they finished the previous campaign. Draws away at West Brom and Burnley haven't been much to shout about, the point at home to United looked good until the world realised how poor United are this season and they were mighty fortunate to see Spurs leave with only a share of the spoils. To add to their woes, they were beaten at home by Stoke this week in the Capital One Cup despite dominating for long periods. Poyet will be hoping that Fletcher, Giaccherini and Wickham have all recovered from knocks to give his side a boost. The fear for Sunderland is that Swansea will really stretch them whilst keeping the ball and the away side should have too much.
Away Win 1-2
Sat 17:30 Arsenal v Tottenham
  The Gunners remain undefeated in the Premier League after five matches but have so far failed to really impress themselves on the competition this season. However, the 2-2 draw at home to City followed by a 3-goal victory at Villa Park last weekend are definite steps in the right direction although a Champions League defeat in Dortmund and a League Cup exit at home to Southampton have been hiccups along the way. The clean sheet at Villa was their first of the season (Besiktas excepted) and against the bigger sides there's a firm belief that a specialised holding midfielder is required. Chambers is expected to continue in the right-back role given that Debuchy is out for three months with an ankle problem whilst Walcott is set to return to the side sometime in October after recovering from a knee injury. This weekend they take on north London rivals Tottenham whose performances have tailed off after winning their opening couple of games. They recovered from the home defeat to Liverpool by drawing at Sunderland although they should've beat the Mackems easily, but seem to have taken a step backwards again by losing at home to a struggling West Brom side. At least they go into this match on the back of a victory after knocking Forest out of the League Cup despite having to come from behind. The inspiration for the turnaround was a superb long range effort from substitute Ryan Mason but the youngster hasn't been named in Spurs' Premier League squad so won't be troubling Arsenal. No doubt Pochettino will be ringing the changes ahead of this game but it's difficult to see beyond three points for the home side.
Home Win 2-1
Sun 16:00 West Brom v Burnley
  This is looking like a foot of the table clash where the points will be important come the end of the season. Burnley are yet to claim their first victory of the season whilst West Brom managed their first only last weekend with a single-goal victory at White Hart Lane and subsequently followed it with a dramatic late League Cup win over Hull. However, before advocating that the Baggies have turned the corner we should note that the Clarets have conceded just four times this season; one in the opening day defeat to Swansea and three the following week at Stamford Bridge. Since then they've played out a hat-trick of goalless draws shutting out United, Palace and Sunderland. Their obvious problem lies in scoring with Scott Arfield responsible for their only goal of the season to date. After a 2-2 draw with the Mackems on the opening day, West Brom had failed to score in three until the victory over Spurs and will now be hoping to kick on. Despite scoring the opener against Hull, Ideye had to be substituted on 21 minutes and is a doubt for this game whilst Burnley are likely to be without Danny Ings and Matt Taylor. Expect goal to be at a premium in a fairly even match.
Draw 0-0
Mon 20:00 Stoke v Newcastle
  Alan Pardew has somehow managed to hang on to his job after overseeing a 2-2 draw at home to Hull in the Premier League and an extra-time win over Crystal Palace in the League Cup. The Magpies were behind on both occasions only to salvage something but it has to be said their performances indicate a falling down the Premier League pecking order. Despite their draw at home with Hull they remain bottom of the pile although a win could move them up as high as mid-table. Their front line has looked suspect this season although French striker Riviere netted a brace in the win over the Eagles. However he was replaced by Cisse in the draw with Hull, the Senegalese striker grabbing both goals but doubtful for the weekend after recovering from illness along with Gouffran and Krul. Aarons and Santon are also out with injury. From a Stoke point of view, the Potters have been guilty of not living up to expectations following their single-goal victory at the Etihad. A subsequent defeat at home to Leicester before a 2-2 draw at Loftus Road in which Stoke squandered the lead twice and really should've taken all three points. However, they came from behind at the Stadium of Light to knock Sunderland out of the Capital One Cup thanks to goals from Marco Muniesa. A full strength side should prove too strong for a poor Newcastle side who still have some way to go before Pardew is relatively safe in his job again.
Home Win 2-0

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