QPR v Tottenham – Free Tips

March 2nd, 2015

QPR v Tottenham – EPL 7 March 2015

After facing Arsenal at Loftus Road on Wednesday night, the reward for QPR is to next host Tottenham on Saturday. Despite having a game in hand and being able to potentially remain outside of the relegation zone, life is undeniably tough for Rangers.

Since Harry Redknapp left his role as manager, supposedly due to a knee injury, QPR turned to Chris Ramsey to act as interim manager for the remainder of the season. Nicknamed Rambo, it will be a tall order for this first-time Premier League manager to prevent his team from being relegated.

Tottenham were full of expectation ahead of facing Chelsea in the Capital One Cup final on Sunday, but the confidence gleaned from beating the Blues 5-3 at Christmas was quickly eroded. Mauricio Pochettino had to guide Spurs through a home game against Swansea before facing QPR.

On paper, this is an away game that Tottenham absolutely need to win. First of all, this is a game in hand that Spurs could use to try and move past Southampton. Secondly, this is a London derby. And thirdly, chairman Daniel Levy will be desperate for his club to challenge for Champions League qualification.

Expectations

Prior to the midweek Premier League matches, QPR had conceded the most goals thus far, along with Burnley. Meanwhile, Spurs have mustered 19 away goals in 12 matches, which is better than 1.5 goals every game.

This is the type of away game in which a team like Spurs can score at least a couple of goals. Harry Kane has been prolific in recent games, supported by the intelligent attacking play of playmaker Christian Eriksen. Spurs have to pick themselves up after the Chelsea loss and get back to playing well.

Match Tips

Tip one: Over 2.5 goals @ 1.80 with Betfair
Tip two: Harry Kane anytime goal scorer @ 1.95 with Betfair

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QPR easily have one of the worst defensive records in the league. Going with the goals in your bets will make a lot sense. Surprisingly, the odds for Harry Kane to score any time are better than for Spurs actually winning (1.83).

Newcastle v Aston Villa – Free under 2.5 & Double Chance Tips

February 23rd, 2015

Newcastle endured a torrid journey south to the Etihad, where they lost 5-0 in a demoralising defeat to current champions Man City last weekend. Manager John Carver will have a difficult week trying to elevate the mood of his squad and prepare them for an important home game against struggling Aston Villa.

Although Aston Villa are currently struggling, they do have a new manager in Tim Sherwood. Compared to former manager Paul Lambert, Tim Sherwood is more committed to playing attractive football. That is exactly what is required for Villa, who have the league’s worst attacking record, netting just 13 times in 26 games.

Expectations

Newcastle have to be the side with the lower morale, so it is vital that the players pull themselves together and find some belief. A 5-0 defeat could easily trigger a dismal run of results between now and the end of the season. At present, Newcastle are eight points from the safe mark of 40 points and have 12 games remaining.

Aston Villa were incredibly unlucky to concede a 92nd minute strike from Victor Moses last Saturday and succumb to a 2-1 home defeat against Stoke City. Villa had just influential captain Ron Vlaar from their defence, which made them more susceptible to a late goal from the Potters. And before losing to Stoke, they managed to find belief with a 2-1 win over Leicester in the FA Cup Fifth Round.

There’s an opportunity here for Aston Vila to come in and put pressure on Newcastle, but that will be tough for the Villains. Against Stoke, they could only muster two attempts on goal. However, Newcastle are currently less imposing in defence than Stoke. As for the Magpies attacking prospects, there would be more hope if striker Papiss Cissé could remain fit for the rest of the season.

Match Tips

Tip one: Aston Villa double chance, best odds 1.91 @ Bet365
Tip two: Under 2.5 goals best odds best odds 1.67 @ 188bet

This is a match with a potentially uncertain outcome, so backing Aston Villa on double chance makes sense, as there could be struggles ahead for Newcastle. A tense game could lead to under 2.5 goals being scored.

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Liverpool v Southampton – Free Tips

February 17th, 2015

Liverpool have the opportunity to claim another worthy scalp to add to the 3-2 victory they earned over Tottenham in the last round of the Premier League. However, Ronald Koeman will be bringing the league’s best defence to Anfield.

Comparatively, Southampton have only conceded 17 goals in 25 league games, whereas Spurs have conceded 34. Southampton will be much more challenging to score against for a side that is only beginning to find attacking confidence.

And key to the attacking confidence of Liverpool is talisman Daniel Sturridge, who is at last returning to form after a long injury layoff. Crucially, Sturridge is not just important for his goal scoring, as he proved when he contributed two assists in the win over Spurs.

Sturridge was a big part of why Luis Suárez was prolific last season, as the England striker was willing to play wide of the Uruguayan and make dangerous runs to draw defenders out of position. Sturridge is the complete striker when he is fit.

Expectations

Daniel Sturridge only played 71 minutes against Spurs and then 78 against Crystal Palace in the fifth round of the FA Cup. Although he is coming back to fitness, Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers still has to be a little bit cautious in his use of Sturridge. Therefore, it would be surprising to seem him play all of this game.

Southampton entirely deserve their defensive record, but one that they don’t is their attacking record. Despite scoring 38 goals in 25 games, the figure is clearly inflated by the Saints’ 8-0 hammering of Sunderland in October. And their goal scoring struggles were obvious in the recent 0-0 home draw against 10-men West Ham.

Ronald Koeman’s 4-3-3 formation favours a conservative midfield trio that is not highly creative. Consequently, the once in-form Graziano Pellè has not scored in eight league games. Southampton’s goal struggles could continue here.

Match Tips

Tip one: Under 2.5 goals, best odds 1.80 @ Ladbrokes
Tip two: Draw, best odds 3.40 @ Ladbrokes
Tip three: Draw and under 2.5 goals, best odds 2.6 @ Ladbrokes

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Koeman knows how to avoid defeat. Combine a draw with under 2.5 goals for dramatically increased odds for this matchup.

Derby v Reading Free Tips

February 9th, 2015

Steve McLaren and his Derby County team look to be obvious promotion candidates from the Championship. Only Bournemouth and Middlesbrough look like they could prevent Derby from actually winning the league.

In the meantime, Derby have a cup run to focus on. Following an uneventful 1-0 over Southport in the third round, the Rams dispatched Chesterfield with a more convincing 2-0 margin. Next up, Reading in the fifth round.

Comparatively, Reading are lower down in the Championship table than Derby. Having been relatively patchy at times, Reading’s form has improved to push them closer to the middle of the table. Even still, this game will be tough.

The reason why you should consider backing this Championship matchup in the FA Cup’s fifth round is that Derby have favourable odds in a number of markets, even to win outright.

Expectations

Reading is the team to start with in presenting the expectations. Based on away form, Reading have been very poor, whereas at home they have been much better. In fact, Reading concede an average of approximately two goals for every game they play away.

Conceding heavily away is not likely to breed success against a Derby team with one of the Championship’s highest goal scorers in Chris Martin, who has netted 16 league goals. Provided that the Derby midfield can create a few chances, goals are likely to come for the Rams.

Match Tips

Tip one: Derby to win, best odds 1.67 @ William Hill
Tip two: Derby to win to nil, best odds 2.75 @ 888

Some sites are willing to offer in the region of 1.60 on a Derby win, which is surprising because of how likely the Rams are to emerge victorious in 90 minutes. Don’t forget that Reading are very poor away from home, often conceding heavily, which will clearly work to Derby’s favour.

To enhance your Derby win, add on that they will win to nil. Going for over/under goals is a risk, as Derby could sit back if they go 2-0 up against Reading. In general, cup games don’t have as many goals as league encounters, so adding on win to nil makes sense here.

West Ham v Manchester United Free Tips & Preview – 8 February 2015

February 2nd, 2015

Three losses in six league games have pushed West Ham down to eighth place in the league, quelling any discussion of the Hammers playing in Europe next season. The most recent loss came at Anfield, where West Ham lost 2-0 on Saturday. And they were very poor, only commanding 34% of the possession and mustering four attempts on goal.

Man United favoured a lot better at the weekend, comfortably beating Leicester 3-1 at Old Trafford and doing their best to exorcise the demons of the embarrassing 5-3 defeat earlier in the season. Next up, the Reds have a chance to improve on their mediocre away form.

However, it won’t be easy, as West Ham have won seven from 12 games at home – that’s sixth in the league based on home form. Comparatively, Man Utd are seventh in the league on away form. Out of 11 games, they have drawn six and won only three. Louis van Gaal will need to display better away form to clinch a Champions League spot.

Expectations

West Ham are going to play better than against Liverpool because they will be back at Upton Park, but will it be enough? Manager Sam Allardyce will be concerned because that four of his defenders are struggling with minor injuries, and that could prove fatal against Man United’s extravagant attackers.

Additionally, Diafra Sakho could also miss out with a suspension for leaving the Africa Cup of Nations early and playing for West Ham in the FA Cup. Should Sakho and Andy Carroll be unable to play, United’s defence will feel a lot more comfortable about this Sunday encounter.

Louis van Gaal finally relented and lined up with a four-man defence. Consequently, the team looked much better than with three at the back and were able to link up well. And while the Reds weren’t at their best, they should feel more comfortable against West Ham.

Match Tips

Tip one: Under 2.5 goals, best odds 1.94 @ 188bet
Tip two: Man United and 2.5 goals, best odds 3.80 @ BetVictor

West Ham have only conceded 10 goals in 12 home games, so backing under 2.5 goals makes sense. Adding a Man United win will improve the odds.

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January 3rd, 2015
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Premiership Double Chance Tips

November 28th, 2014

West Ham’s dreadful record on Merseyside continued last weekend as they went down 2-1 to Everton at Goodison Park, making it ten seasons now since they claimed a win away to The Toffees. Circumstances seemed to conspire against The Hammers in this fixture as their four key players – Valencia, Sakho, Downing and Song – all pulled up injured in training the day before the game. Sam Allardyce now has his influential midfielder, Mark Noble, sidelined too, after he picked up a knock from Everton’s James McCarthy in what was a lively and full blooded Premier League encounter.

Allardyce’s former club, Newcastle, are coming to town this Saturday afternoon when the two teams meet at Upton Park. The Magpies are arriving in East London on the back of five straight League wins which have propelled them up to 5th place after languishing in the bottom half of the table for the first quarter of the campaign.

Alan Pardew’s tenure as Toon Army Boss was in serious jeopardy before this unexpected run of results, but the second longest serving manager in the Premier League now has a chance to put one over on his old club, West Ham, once again. The Geordie faithful have seen their team come away from Upton Park with two wins and a draw in the past three seasons, and with West Ham’s injury concerns I can see them maintaining their good form this Saturday.

The Magpies newly found resolve has seen them keep three consecutive clean sheets, and I can see them picking up at least a point here – go for a medium to large stake on Double Chance – Newcastle at 1.75 Euro odds or 3/4 UK.

Under fire Liverpool manager, Brendan Rodgers, has seen his team capitulate in recent weeks, sliding down to 12th position in the League by losing three matches on the spin.

Rodgers admitted himself that his job is under threat after the 3-1 defeat to Crystal Palace on Sunday, in which The Mighty Reds’ frailties in defence were once again cruelly exposed.

Dejan Lovren has not been the commanding £20m centre-back that Liverpool expected him to be when they signed him from Southampton this Summer, and so Rodgers has had real difficulty constructing a solid defence, something which was masked over last season by Liverpool’s attacking verve and the 50+ goal partnership of Suarez and Sturridge.

The absence of these players and the addition of sub-standard ones e.g. Mario Balotelli, has completely transformed Liverpool’s style of play. The high pressing and attacking movement and spirit has vanished, and so has the confidence to go out and win games.

Stoke City have enjoyed some fine moments at Anfield since their promotion to the Premier League, and in the previous three seasons they’ve only conceded one goal away to Liverpool which came in last years 1-0 win at the hands of Daniel Sturridge.

With the England striker still sidelined till January, I’d expect the Red’s to continue their poor form in front of goal (1 shot on target in the game against Palace) and back Stoke to get a result here on Saturday afternoon.

In the two seasons before last, The Potters came to Anfield and fought hard for a 0-0 draw on both occasions, and I can see a similar outcome in this game as Mark Hughes’ men look to bounce back from a disappointing home loss to Burnley last Saturday.

Go for a medium stake on Double Chance – Stoke City at 2.3 Euro odds or 13/10 UK.

Everton v West Ham Match Preview and Tips

November 19th, 2014

We’re back to Premier League action this weekend as the International scene now takes a welcome four month break, with the next Euro 2016 qualifiers resuming in late March 2015.

Every managers fear is to lose players to injury while away on International duty, and Everton’s Roberto Martinez will now be without the ever reliable left-back, Leighton Baines (9 assists from 15 games this season), and possibly his Captain, Phil Jagielka, who picked up a knock in the game with Slovenia.

Everton’s midfield powerhouse, James McCarthy, is a serious doubt for The Toffee’s home game against West Ham on Saturday, meaning Martinez will now be without his trusted partnership of Gareth Barry and McCarthy in the centre of the park. Darren Gibson and Mohammed Besic will now deputise in midfield while the youngster, Luke Garbutt, may have to fill in for Baines due to the continued recovery of Bryan Oviedo.

Sam Allardyce’s high-flying West Ham are the third highest goalscorers on their travels this season behind Chelsea and Manchester City, winning two and drawing two of their five matches.

The Hammers’ two previous trips to Goodison have ended in defeat but there is a new attacking purpose and vibrancy to their play in 2014/15, with Sakho (6 goals from 7 starting appearances and 3.4 shots on target per game) and Valencia (3 goals and 2 assists from 8 starts and also an impressively low 1.1 instances of bad control on average per game) providing pace and energy up front and the resurgent Stewart Downing (2 goals and 4 assists from 11 PL matches, with 3.1 key passes per game) pulling the strings creatively from the tip of the diamond formation.

With Everton’s depleted first team, they’ll be relying on the goal threat of full-back Seamus Coleman and possibly the trickery and power of England star, Ross Barkley.

Steven Naismith and Samuel Eto’o have looked more lively up front for Everton than the £28m Romelu Lukaku (2.6 Unskilled Touches per game on average), who has still yet to get his form (and his general close control of the ball) going so far in this campaign.

West Ham have no serious injury concerns going into this fixture and I think they are an excellent price for a Double Chance bet at 2.15 Euro odds or 23/20 UK.

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November 10th, 2014

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