Premier League Betting System Round 14

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Man U v Stoke

Stoke will be missing the attacking threat of Victor Moses. Whelan is also injured.
Stoke have lost on their last 11 visits to Old Trafford.
Man United will want to get a firm grip on a Champions League spot and were brilliant on their last outing against Hull.
LVG even described it as their best performance under him yet.
The Red Devils are more than capable of overcoming the handicap here at a decent price.
Verdict : Man U -1 @ 2.15 at Bookie Bwin

Burnley v Newcastle

Newcastle goalkeeper Krul has been ruled out with an ankle injury, while Moussa Sissoko and Jack Colback are both suspended.
The Magpies will check on the fitness of Daryl Janmaat, Fabricio Coloccini, Rolando Aarons and Mehdi Abeid.
Burnley are unbeaten in three Premier League matches with two wins and one draw. They haven’t scored more than one goal in their eight games at home in all competitions this season. The Clarets have scored just nine goals in their 13 league games this season, only Aston Villa (seven) have fewer.
Newcastle’s defeat by West Ham ended a run of five straight league wins for Newcastle. Aaron Cresswell’s winner for West Ham was the first goal conceded by the Magpies in four matches. It was also the first time they had failed to find the net in eight games in all competitions.
Verdict : Draw @ 3.5 at Bookie Bet365

WBA v West Ham

Five out of the last seven meetings between these sides have ended in draws. The Baggies are unbeaten in four meetings with West Ham at the Hawthorns (W2, D2).
West Brom have gone four games without a victory at home and they have won just three of their last 21 Premier League home games.
Their only victory in seven league games was against Leicester on 1 November.
West Ham’s win over Newcastle was their first in four games; however they have only suffered one defeat in their last seven league games (W4, D2).
They have scored in all six of their away league matches this season. Sam Allardyce’s side haven’t kept a clean sheet away from Upton Park in 12 matches.
Verdict : Draw @ 3.53 at Bookie Bet365

Swansea v QPR

Swansea put nine goals past an ultimately-relegated QPR two seasons ago, including a 5-0 away win on the opening day of the season. The Swans are unbeaten in their last six league and cup encounters at home to QPR. Rangers have never won at the Liberty Stadium, their last away triumph being a 2-1 old division two win at Vetch Field in 1981.
Swansea have taken 24 points from a possible 42 at home since Garry Monk took charge (W7, D3, L4). Swansea have conceded the first goal just twice this season – the fewest in the Premier League.
Wilfried Bony more Premier League goals (18) than any other player in 2014. He has scored six goals in his last seven league games.
QPR have lost all six of their away matches in the league this season. Harry Redknapp’s side are yet to keep a clean sheet on their travels, conceding 15 goals and scoring just twice. They have taken just one point from the last 33 available away from home in the Premier League. They have conceded the first goal 10 times this season – more often than any Premier League side.
Verdict : Swansea @ 1.80 at Bookie Interwetten

Sunderland v Man City

Sunderland have drawn their last three matches, winning just one of their last six.
The Black Cats have gone three home league games without a win (D2, L1), scoring just once in those matches.
Manchester City have lost just one of their last 10 league matches (W6, D3). They’re on their best run of form this season, having won their last three in all competitions.
City’s only away league defeat this season came at West Ham in October.
City should be on a high after bringing Southampton back down to Earth and are capable of overcoming the handicap here.
Verdict : Man City -1 @ 2.40 at Bookie Interwetten

Arsenal v Southampton

Southampton will be without key midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin,
Southampton have only won two of their 37 league games at Arsenal (D12, L23). Arsenal are unbeaten at home against Saints in the Premier League (W11, D4).
Arsenal are unbeaten in their last nine Premier League games against Southampton (W5, D4).
Olivier Giroud has scored three goals in his last two league games against Saints.
Southampton’s tally of seven away league goals is the fewest among the Premier League’s top-seven clubs. All three of Saints’ league defeats have come against sides who finished in last year’s top-six (Arsenal finished fourth).
Verdict : Arsenal @ 1.87 at Bookie BetVictor

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