Premier League Discussion 24, 25 & 26th Nov2017

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Premier League Discussion 24, 25 & 26th Nov2017

Postby garlicsauce » Wed Nov 22, 2017 2:20 pm

Discussion & Selections on all Premier League games for Friday, Saturday and Sunday...............................................................

FRI -
West Ham v Leicester - ko 20.00

SAT -
Crystal Palace v Stoke - ko 15.00
Man Utd v Brighton - ko 15.00
Newcastle v Watford - ko 15.00
Swansea v Bournemouth - ko 15.00
Spurs v West Brom - ko 15.00
Liverpool v Chelsea - ko 17.30

SUN -
Southampton v Everton - ko 13.30
Burnley v Arsenal - ko 14.00
Huddesfield v Man City - ko 16.00

What will you be watching and betting on?

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Re: Premier League Discussion 24, 25 & 26th Nov2017

Postby nors » Fri Nov 24, 2017 1:19 pm

Trickier week this week than last. These three games i don't expect to be easy for the away sides. Most chance of being draws.

Newcastle v Watford - Newcastle to lose 4 on the bounce is unlikely i feel, i like Watford a lot, but such is the need for Rafa think stalemate beckons. A draw at odds of 3. 5

West Ham v Leicester - Moyes needs a win, open game, in play opportunities a plenty. A draw at 3.4

Southampton v Everton - Niasse missing, shellshocked after losing 5-1 at home, will be cautious. A draw at 3.5

Need two winners from above.

1/1 for the second half to be the highest scoring half in the Man Utd v Brighton game, looks likely to me. 1/1

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Re: Premier League Discussion 24, 25 & 26th Nov2017

Postby nors » Fri Nov 24, 2017 3:08 pm

Defoe out for Bournemouth which will make the Swansea game a touch harder for Bournemouth, Abraham may play a part for the home team.

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