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  • Wednesday 2 December 2015, 19:45

    Home: Southampton 2.757/4
    Draw 3.4012/5
    Away: Liverpool 2.809/5

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    Southampton v Liverpool

    WF Bet
    BTTS & Liverpool - 19/4 at Stan James.

    If Liverpool can replicate the performance which saw them win 1-4 at the Etihad last weekend, then we think they should ease into the Semi-Finals of the League Cup. Southampton have lost their last two, including their last home match v Stoke. Although Liverpool did struggle against Swansea on Sunday, they should have enough to edge this one.

    • • Southampton are in their worst form of the season after losing their last two.
    • • They have registered comfortable wins against Villa and MK Dons en route to the Quarter-Finals.
    • • Stoke, Man Utd and Everton have all won at St Mary’s this season.

    • • These sides have already drawn 1-1 in the league this season, Sadio Mane rescued a last minute point for the Saints at Anfield in October.
    • • Liverpool have won their last two at St Mary’s without conceding.
    • • Prior to the 1-1 draw earlier this season, Liverpool had won three in a row against the Saints.

    • • Liverpool have won six of their last seven in all comps.
    • • They have overcome Bournemouth and Carlisle en route to the Quarter-Finals.
    • • Their only defeat since early September came against Palace earlier this month.

  • Thursday 3 December 2015, 20:00

    Home: Reading 2.1011/10
    Draw 3.505/2
    Away: QPR 3.8014/5

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    Reading v QPR

    WF Bet
    Reading To Win - 11/10 at BetVictor.

    Despite Reading's dip in form, they should get the points against a QPR side with an atrocious record away from home this season. Rangers have scored just two goals in their last six away matches and will struggle against a Reading side with an impressive record on home soil.

    • • Reading’s only win in their last seven came against 24th placed Bolton in their last home match.
    • • Despite the dip in form, they are unbeaten at home in the Championship since mid September where they lost v Derby.

    • • Reading are unbeaten in five v QPR (all comps), winning two.
    • • QPR are unbeaten in three trips to the Madejski, winning one.

    • • QPR got their first win in five last time out against Leeds (1-0).
    • • Their last away win came at Huddersfield in August (0-1).

  • Friday 4 December 2015, 19:45

    Home: Ipswich 2.9019/10
    Draw 3.4012/5
    Away: Middlesboro 2.6313/8

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    Ipswich v Middlesboro

    WF Bet
    Draw - 13/5 at Betfred.

    If Boro's away form matched their home form, then they would be several points clear at the top of the table for sure. However, unfortunately for Karanka's side, they have struggled at the likes of Hull, Cardiff and Reading in recent months. Reading are going well, and we expect them to extend their unbeaten run.

    • • Ipswich have won three of their last four league matches and are unbeaten in six.
    • • They have drawn half of their matches played since mid September (all comps).

    • • The last six H2H’s have ended in home wins.
    • • Boro’s last win at Portman Road came over 20 years ago, 0-1 in 1993.

    • • Boro’s last three defeats have come away from home.
    • • They did win their last away match, 0-2 v Huddersfield on Saturday.

  • Saturday 5 December 2015, 15:00

    Home: Watford 2.1523/20
    Draw 3.505/2
    Away: Norwich 3.7511/4

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    Watford v Norwich

    WF Bet
    Watford To Win - 23/20 at Coral.

    Watford are going well and could go as high as 7th if results were to go their way. Fellow Prem new boys Norwich however, are not experiencing similar form. The Canaries could find themselves in the relegation zone if results were to go against them this weekend. We've backed Watford to get their sixth win of the season and to march on towards the top half of the table.

    • • Watford got back to winning ways last time out at Villa Park (2-3).
    • • That was their third away win of the season, and they will be looking for their third home win of the season when Norwich visit Vicarage Road.
    • • Troy Deeney has scored in four of his last five for Watford.

    • • Norwich did the double over Watford last season with two 3-0 wins.
    • • Two of the last five H2H’s have ended 2-3 to the away side.
    • • Watford’s last home win over the Canaries came December 2008 (2-1).

    • • Norwich held Arsenal to a 1-1 draw last time out, but the Canaries have just one win in eight Prem matches.
    • • They have lost their last three League away matches.
    • • Their last away win in the Prem came on the 15th August at the Stadium of Light.

  • Saturday 5 December 2015, 12:45

    Home: Stoke 5.509/2
    Draw 4.1031/10
    Away: Man City 1.674/6

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    Stoke v Man City

    WF Bet
    BTTS & Draw - 4/1 at Bet365.

    City have struggled away from home in the Premier League of late, if they fail to win on Saturday then it will be over three months since they last won away from home in the league. Stoke have been average at home this season, but we expect them to get a point on Saturday.

    • • Stoke’s last three defeats have ended 2-0.
    • • That now means that all five of their defeats this season have ended to nil.
    • • They won their last home match, a 1-0 victory over Chelsea.

    • • H2H’s between the sides last season ended in two away wins.
    • • City won 1-4 at the Britannia whilst Stoke snatched a 0-1 win at the Etihad.
    • • City are now unbeaten in six trips to face the Potters.

    • • City got back to winning ways last time out against Southampton after losing their previous league match v Liverpool.
    • • They have now conceded at least one goal in each of their last nine home matches, and have failed to score in three of their last four aways.
    • • Their last league away goal was scored by Kevin De Bruyne at White Hart Lane over two months ago.

  • Saturday 5 December 2015, 15:00

    Home: Southampton 1.501/2
    Draw 4.507/2
    Away: Aston Villa 8.5015/2

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    Southampton v Aston Villa

    WF Bet
    Southampton To Win - 1/2 at Sky Bet.

    Villa are in serious danger of relegation, even if they were to double their entire points tally for the season, they would still sit in the bottom three. The whole club is in an awful situation and it doesn't get any easier for Remi Garde after this Southampton match, his side host Arsenal eight days later. Southampton have let their foot off the pedal, but we fully expect them to get back to winning ways against a side with such an appalling away record this season.

    • • Southampton are in their worst form of the season after losing their last two league matches.
    • • Stoke, Man Utd and Everton have all won at St Mary’s this season.
    • • Prior to these two recent defeats, Southampton were unbeaten in eight (all comps).

    • • Villa have found the net in each of their last eight at St Mary’s.
    • • Their only two wins on the South coast since 2001 have ended 2-3.
    • • The sides have already faced each other this season, Southampton knocked Villa out of the Capital One Cup with a 2-1 win.

    • • Villa have now lost 10 of their last 12 in all competitions.
    • • They are without a win in 13 League matches since the opening day victory at Bournemouth.
    • • Their last three wins in all comps have ended 1-0.

  • Saturday 5 December 2015, 15:00

    Home: Swansea 2.809/5
    Draw 3.505/2
    Away: Leicester 2.6313/8

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    Swansea v Leicester

    WF Bet
    Leicester To Win - 13/8 at Betfair.

    How long can Leicester keep up this kind of form? The Foxes are joint top with Manchester City and show no signs of slowing. They will go into Saturday's game against Swansea full of confidence, and considering the home side's awful form since August, we fancy another win for Ranieri's men.

    • • Swansea have lost three of their last four to nil.
    • • Their only win since August came at Villa Park in November (1-2).
    • • Bournemouth, Arsenal, Stoke, Spurs and Everton have all gone unbeaten at the Liberty Stadium this season.

    • • The home side has scored exactly two goals in six of the last seven H2H’s.
    • • The Swans have won their last three home games v Leicester to nil.
    • • The Foxes won the last meeting between the sides back in April (2-0).

    • • Jamie Vardy will be looking to score in his 12th consecutive Premier League match after breaking the record last time out v Man Utd.
    • • They have still suffered just one defeat this season, that 2-5 loss v Arsenal.
    • • They have found the net in every single one of their league matches this season.

  • Saturday 5 December 2015, 15:00

    Home: West Brom 4.8019/5
    Draw 3.505/2
    Away: Tottenham 1.9519/20

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    West Brom v Tottenham

    WF Bet
    BTTS & Spurs - 17/5 at Coral.

    The Baggies were extremely lucky to win their last home game v Arsenal. Wenger's men had 70% possession, scored and OG and missed a penalty. It won't surprise you to read that we don't think Pulis' men will experience similar fortune against a side who remain unbeaten since the opening day. Spurs to win this one.

    • • West Brom won their last home match, a 2-1 victory over Arsenal.
    • • That was just their second win at the Hawthorns all season, the other came against Sunderland in October.
    • • The Baggies have lost three of their last six home matches 2-3, v Chelsea, Everton and Leicester.

    • • Spurs have scored exactly three goals in three of their last four trips to the Hawthorns.
    • • None of the last six H2H’s have ended in a home win, the last came for Spurs at White Hart Lane in 2012.
    • • The Baggies’ last home win over Spurs came in December 2008, a 2-0 victory.

    • • Spurs are still unbeaten in the Premier League since the opening day defeat at Old Trafford.
    • • They have drawn seven of their last 13 League matches.
    • • Harry Kane has scored nine in seven for Spurs (all comps).

  • Saturday 5 December 2015, 15:00

    Home: Man United 1.444/9
    Draw 4.507/2
    Away: West Ham 8.5015/2

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    Man United v West Ham

    WF Bet
    Man Utd To Win - 4/9 at BetVictor.

    West Ham have an awful record at Old Trafford, but both history and the lack of United goals this season say that United aren't going to thrash the Hammers. 1-0's and 2-1's have been common scorelines in this fixture over the last few years, and United's attacking performances this season tell us that they're not going to score more than one or two. Narrow home win.

    • • Man Utd remain unbeaten since that defeat at the Emirates in October, but have drawn half of their matches since then.
    • • They have conceded just one goal in their last eight matches at Old Trafford (all comps).
    • • They are unbeaten at Old Trafford since a 0-1 loss v WBA in May.

    • • West Ham have lost their last eight at Old Trafford since Carlos Tevez scored the only goal of the game and kept the Hammers in the Premier League on the final day of the 2006/07 season (all comps).
    • • The last meeting between the sides ended 1-1 back in February.
    • • West Ham are without a win over Man Utd in nine, since a 4-0 Carling Cup win in 2010.

    • • West Ham have won at Man City, Liverpool and Arsenal already this season.
    • • They are currently in their worst form of the season, having not won any of their last four.
    • • They have failed to score in just one away match this season (v Watford).

  • Saturday 5 December 2015, 15:00

    Home: Arsenal 1.251/4
    Draw 6.5011/2
    Away: Sunderland 13.0012/1

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    Arsenal v Sunderland

    WF Bet
    Arsenal -1 handicap - 8/11 at Paddy Power.

    Despite the gulf in class between these sides over the last few seasons, Sunderland have done surprisingly well at the Emirates in recent years. Also, Sunderland are in their best form of the season whilst the Gunners are currently in their worst. Could an upset be on the cards? Despite the above, we can't see it.

    • • Arsenal are in their worst form of the season after just two wins in their last seven (all comps).
    • • Their only two wins since October have come against Swansea and Dinamo Zagreb.
    • • The Gunners will be hoping to avoid their eight defeat of the season (all comps).

    • • Sunderland failed to score against Arsenal in two H2H’s last season, but the Black Cats did get a point at the Emirates in a 0-0 draw.
    • • They are without a win in nine trips to face the Gunners.
    • • This fixture has ended 0-0 in four of the last seven seasons.

    • • Sunderland are in their best form of the season after winning their last two to nil.
    • • They won their last away match, which also came in London - 0-1 at Crystal Palace last Monday.
    • • Their last three goals have been scored in the 80th minute or later.