Premier League Betting System – Picks for Round 25

During my meditations in the mountains I had an enlightenment: the Premier League produces crazy results quite regularly and a superb betting system came to my mind. I hit surprises and shock results quite often and with my bets on every pick with 6 % of my initial betting bank, I reach a Return of Investment of 33 %. Here are my betting picks for Premier League Round 25:

Southampton v West Ham
West Ham Utd scored at least one goal in 82% of their away games.
Southampton will be missing Long, Alderweireld and Bertrand.
West Ham played brilliantly against ManU on Sunday and can definitely get at least a point at Saint Marys.
What makes that performance even more special is that they had their two main central defenders absent through injury – Reid and Collins.
The West Ham double chance odds are very generous and should be taken. It’s not often bookies are this generous.
Verdict : West Ham +0.5 @ 2.31 at Bookie 18bet

Liverpool v Tottenham
Liverpool have won just four of their last 11 Premier League home matches (W4 D5 L2).
Spurs have won five of their last seven Premier League away games.
Christian Eriksen and Eden Hazard are the joint-leading Premier League midfield scorers this season with nine goals each.
Harry Kane has now scored 22 goals in all competitions this season; more than any other Premier League player.
Verdict : Tottenham +0.5 @ 2.04 at Bookie SBO-Bet

Hull v Aston Villa
Hull have conceded 20 goals in their last 13 home league games, managing just three clean sheets.
The Villans have won nine and lost none of the last 10 meetings in all competitions with the Tigers, but the one draw came in their last meeting at the KC Stadium.
Hull City have the worst record at home in the Barclays Premier League this season with just nine points from 11 games.
The Tigers have won just two of their last 13 Premier League home games (W2 D3 L8).
Verdict : Aston Villa @ 3.60 at Bookie BetVictor

West Brom v Swansea
Swansea scored at least one goal in 82% of their away games. They scored at least one goal in each of their last 6 away games.
I have a very strong feeling that these two sides will cancel each other out.
Swansea will be missing the services of Bony, Sigurdsson and Routledge.
These three provided many creative opportunities for the Swans.
Berahino will be itching to score and get back in the good books of Tony Pulis.
Verdict : Draw @ 3.25 at Bookie Comeon

Stoke v Man City
63% of Stoke City’s goals have been scored in the first half.
Manchester City conceded at least one goal in each of their last 7 games.
According to my system this match has the potential to be a ‘shock’ result of the week. There aren’t many stats to support this forecast but stats are just that – stats. My system considers all factors and variables.
Man City odds are bad value which sometimes means that the other teams’ odds represent value.
My system is both subjective and objective whilst also using data that is both qualitative and quantitative.
Man City are yet to win a match that Yaya Toure has missed.
Verdict : Stoke +0.5 @ 2.20 at Bookie Bet365

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