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  • Wednesday 22 February 2017, 19:45

    Home: Porto 3.6013/5
    Draw 3.002/1
    Away: Juventus 2.809/5

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    Porto v Juventus

    WF Bet
    Juventus are 5/4 at Paddy Power.

    Juventus will look to maintain their 100% away record in this season’s Champions League on Tuesday following victories at Lyon, Sevilla and Dinamo Zagreb in the group stages. Porto stand in their way, a side who remain unbeaten on home soil in all competitions this season including three Champions League group stage matches against Copenhagen, Brugge and Leicester. Both sides are in really strong domestic form, but there’s no denying the standard of football is far higher in Italy and Porto will definitely face their toughest opposition of the season on Wednesday. Considering Copenhagen went unbeaten on this ground in September, and Brugge only lost 1-0, combined with the fact Juventus thrashed in-form Spanish outfit Sevilla (1-3) and also won in Lyon, 5/4 for the away win represents fantastic value.

  • Wednesday 22 February 2017, 19:45

    Home: Sevilla 1.402/5
    Draw 5.2517/4
    Away: Leicester 10.009/1

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    Sevilla v Leicester

    WF Bet
    Sevilla -1 Handicap is 23/20 at Betway.

    Despite the fact Leicester have quite obviously prioritised their Champions League campaign above anything else this season, we really do fear for the Foxes on Wednesday. The club have been widely criticised for seemingly risking their Premier League status for Champions League success, but Leicester head into possibly the biggest game of their history in terrible form having lost six of their last eight. If League One Millwall can beat the Foxes 1-0 on Saturday, then La Liga Sevilla will be quietly confident of securing a first leg win in midweek. Jorge Sampaoli’s men have lost just one in this season’s competition (v Juventus) and have won 12 of their last 16 at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan Stadium. With Barcelona being the only other side to have won here all season, we feel a one or even two goal defeat would be a decent result for the Foxes.

  • Wednesday 22 February 2017, 20:00

    Home: Bristol City 3.259/4
    Draw 3.7027/10
    Away: Fulham 2.9019/10

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    Bristol City v Fulham

    WF Bet
    The draw is 13/5 at BetVictor.

    The draw seems most likely in this one. Fulham are in the stronger overall form and do stand a chance of making the Play-Offs should they continue to pick up points, but we aren’t too confident in backing the Cottagers after recent away defeats at struggling Birmingham and Reading. Bristol City have lost nine of their last 12 Championship fixtures, but have managed to go unbeaten against Sheff Wed and Derby recently, as well as winning their last home match against Rotherham. The draw takes our pick.

    • • Bristol City have lost just one of their last four, and have gone unbeaten against Sheff Wed and Derby recently.
    • • However, their only win since early December came against bottom side Rotherham earlier this month.
    • • Bristol City have won at Craven Cottage twice this season (1-2 & 0-4).
      • • Fulham have won their last two at Ashton Gate in 2015 and 1997.

        • • Fulham have won are in their joint best form of the season having won their last two against Nottm Forest and Wigan (3-2 & 3-2).
        • • They have lost two of their last three on the road at Birmingham and Reading.

  • Thursday 23 February 2017, 20:05

    Home: Tottenham 1.707/10
    Draw 5.509/2
    Away: Gent 12.0011/1

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    Tottenham v Gent

    WF Bet
    Spurs are 8/13 to qualify at Sky Bet.

    Spurs should overturn their 1-0 first leg defeat against Gent on Thursday. The Belgians beat Pochettino’s men last week, but the contrast between their home and away form is there for all to see. Tottenham have won just two of their last 14 away matches in all competitions this season, and won just one of their five Europa League aways last season. However, on home soil the North London side won four in five Europa League home ties last season with the exception of a defeat v Borussia Dortmund and have now won 10 straight matches at White Hart Lane since mid November. We’d expect Spurs to qualify.

  • Friday 24 February 2017, 19:45

    Home: Wolves 2.506/4
    Draw 3.7027/10
    Away: Birmingham 4.7515/4

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    Wolves v Birmingham

    WF Bet
    The draw is 13/5 at bet365.

    A midlands derby between two sides in desperate need of a win following three straight defeats. Paul Lambert’s Wolves have lost against struggling duo Wigan and Burton recently, whilst the Blues are in an awful form under Gianfranco Zola with just one win since mid December and six defeats from their last eight on the road (all comps). We simply cannot back either side given recent form, with the draw looking most likely.

    • • Wolves are in their worst form of the season after three straight defeats against Burton, Newcastle and Wigan.
    • • They have now lost eight of their last 11 at Molineux (all comps).
    • • Wolves won 1-3 at St Andrews back in August.
      • • Birmingham have failed to score in three trips to Molineux.

        • • Birmingham have won just one in 14 since Gianfranco Zola took over in December (all comps).
        • • They are in their worst form of the season following three straight defeats.

  • Saturday 25 February 2017, 15:00

    Home: Hull 2.1523/20
    Draw 3.3023/10
    Away: Burnley 3.8014/5

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    Hull v Burnley

    WF Bet
    Hull & BTTS is 4/1 at Sky Bet.

    This is a really tough one to call. Hull have burst into life under Marco Silva and the Tigers have now won their last four at the KCOM, including most recently against Liverpool and Man Utd (all comps). In fact, Man City’s 0-3 win there on Boxing Day remains Hull’s only home defeat since mid October. As for Burnley, their away form has been horrendous this season - the worst in the Premier League having only taken one point from 11 away trips. However, the Clarets have been unlucky to lose 2-1 in recent trips to in-form Arsenal, Spurs and Man City. We’re going for a narrow home win in this one based on the Tigers’ recent home results, wouldn’t at all be surprised to see Burnley nick a point.

    • • Hull have won four in a row at the KCOM against Liverpool, Man Utd, Bournemouth and Swansea.
    • • However, they have lost seven of their last 11 in the Premier League.
    • • They have also failed to score in three of their last four.
    • • The reverse fixture ended 1-1 after Robert Snodgrass scored a 90th minute free-kick equaliser for Hull.
      • • Burnley lost 3-0 on this ground in last season’s Championship.

        • • Burnley have failed to win away from home this season, losing 10 of their 11 on the road.
        • • However, only one goal has separated the sides in each of their last four away from Turf Moor.
        • • They have found the net at Spurs, Man City and Arsenal since mid December.

  • Saturday 25 February 2017, 15:00

    Home: Everton 1.402/5
    Draw 5.2517/4
    Away: Sunderland 8.5015/2

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    Everton v Sunderland

    WF Bet
    Everton -1 Handicap is 11/10 at Coral.

    We’re expecting to see a similar scoreline of when the sides met at the Stadium of Light back in September when Everton host Sunderland on Saturday. An 11 minute Romelu Lukaku hat-trick earned Everton a 0-3 win in the North East five months ago, and after an impressive run of home form which has seen them beat Arsenal and thrash Man City, Bournemouth and Southampton recently, we expect them to take all three points on Saturday. The Mackems did win their last away match at Selhurst Park, but had lost their previous six in all competitions including at the likes of Swansea and West Brom. We fancy a convincing home win.

    • • Everton are unbeaten since their derby day defeat against Liverpool before Christmas.
    • • They have now won five of their last eight Premier League fixtures.
    • • The Toffees have also won four of their last five league matches at Goodison Park.
    • • Everton won 0-3 at the Stadium of Light back in September.
      • • The Mackems have however, won two of their last three at Goodison.

        • • Sunderland won their last away match 0-4 at Selhurst Park.
        • • They have failed to score in four of their last five.
        • • David Moyes’ men have also lost six of their last seven on the road.

  • Saturday 25 February 2017, 15:00

    Home: Crystal Palace 2.1523/20
    Draw 3.259/4
    Away: Middlesboro 4.003/1

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    Crystal Palace v Middlesboro

    WF Bet
    The draw is 23/10 at bet365.

    This one really could swing either way. Palace find themselves bottom of this season’s Premier League home table, but are up against a Boro side who have failed to win any of their last 12 league away matches, losing four in five. We can’t back a Palace side who were hammered 0-4 by struggling Sunderland in their last home match, but equally we can’t back a Boro side who haven’t won away for over six months and who have failed to score in seven of their last 11 league fixtures. The draw seems likely.

    • • Palace have lost all but one of their last seven at Selhurst Park in all competitions, the exception was a win v League One Bolton in the FA Cup.
    • • Struggling Sunderland won 0-4 on this ground earlier this month.
    • • West Brom, West Ham, Liverpool, Man City (x2), Man Utd, Chelsea, Swansea, Everton and Sunderland have all won there in 16/17.
    • • Palace won 1-2 at the Riverside back in September.
      • • Boro have lost their last two at Selhurst Park, but have found the net on both occasions.

        • • Boro are without a win in eight, but have drawn four of those matches.
        • • Their last away win came way back in August, at Sunderland (1-2).
        • • They have failed to score in four of their last five on the road.

  • Saturday 25 February 2017, 15:00

    Home: Chelsea 1.251/4
    Draw 6.5011/2
    Away: Swansea 13.0012/1

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    Chelsea v Swansea

    WF Bet
    Chelsea & BTTS is 19/10 at Betfred.

    We expect Chelsea to extend their winning run at Stamford Bridge to 13 matches on Saturday, despite the fact Swansea have more than held their own in recent trips to Liverpool (won 2-3) and Man City (lost 2-1). Arsenal, Spurs, Man Utd and Everton are among the sides who have been beaten on this ground since Chelsea last dropped home points, with Liverpool remaining the only side who have gone unbeaten at the Bridge all season. Paul Clement has had quite an impact since arriving in South Wales last month, and his side have now won four in five, failing only to beat Arsenal and Man City. That being said, he faces the toughest fixture the Premier League has to offer this weekend, and we fully expect Chelsea to take all three points.

    • • Having won 13 in a row between October and January, Chelsea have now won just three of their last six.
    • • Liverpool are the only side to go unbeaten on this ground in all competitions this season.
    • • Conte’s men will be looking for their 12th straight win at the Bridge.
    • • Chelsea failed to win in South Wales back in September (2-2).
      • • Swansea have scored two goals in each of their last two in West London.

        • • Swansea have won four of their last six in the Premier League.
        • • They were unlucky to lose at the Etihad in their last away match, conceding in 90th minute.
        • • However, they had won their previous two Premier League aways at Liverpool and Palace.

  • Saturday 25 February 2017, 15:00

    Home: West Brom 2.1011/10
    Draw 3.505/2
    Away: Bournemouth 4.003/1

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    West Brom v Bournemouth

    WF Bet
    West Brom are fantastic value at 23/20 with bet365.

    West Brom are a cracking price for the win against Bournemouth on Saturday. The Baggies have turned the Hawthorns into a real fortress of late and have now won six of their last seven league fixtures there. Burnley, Watford, Swansea, Hull, Sunderland and Stoke have all lost there over the last few months, with Man Utd and Man City remaining the only two sides to have taken all three points there since mid August. Bournemouth are in their worst form of the season after three straight defeats and are especially struggling on their travels with six defeats in seven away trips across all competitions.

    • • West Brom have won six of their last seven Premier League matches at the Hawthorns.
    • • Man Utd, Man City and Everton are the only sides to win there this season.
    • • Stoke, Sunderland, Burnley and Boro have all failed to score there this season.
    • • Bournemouth won the reverse fixture 1-0 back in September.
      • • They also won at the Hawthorns last season (1-2).

        • • The Cherries are in their worst form of the season following three straight league defeats.
        • • They have lost six of their last seven aways in all competitions.
        • • They have won on the road just twice in the Premier League this season.