JAN 1: PREMIER LEAGUE BETTING PREVIEW

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CHELSEA are looking less invincible by the week but should start 2015 in a winning note.

The Blues travel to a Spurs side they easily defeated 3-0 at Stamford Bridge recently.

Since losing their unbeaten record to Newcastle Jose Mourinho’s side have been a bit off colour and dropped two more points at Southampton at the weekend.

However, their three-point lead over Man City at the top was maintained after their rivals’ surprise draw at home to Burnley.

Chelsea remain massive favourites for the title and should see off a Spurs side who they haven’t lost to in 10 meetings.

Last season it was a 1-1 draw at White Hart Lane but the previous two saw Chelsea notch 4-2 and 5-1 victories.

I’m on the Blues to take the points at 4-5 with William Hill and other and on top man Eden Hazard to score at 21-10 with bet365.

Man City, who have extended Frank Lampard’s loan until the end of the season, will be looking to get back on track against Sunderland and should do so.

The price on a home win is short at 1-4 with Ladbrokes and others so consider over 3.5 goals in the game at 13-10 with BetVictor – as has been the case in five of the last six meetings at the Etihad. Lampard is 7-4 at Betfred to mark his new deal with a goal.

The early game sees Man United travel to Stoke and it’s a tough one to call. United’s last two away clashes at Spurs and Villa have been draws and this could be another at 5-2 with firms such as Betfred.

It’s Loius van Gaal’s first experience of the crazy festive schedule and he and skipper Wayne Rooney have been doing a power of moaning which makes me worried.

United are one of the few sides with a superb record at Stoke, winning five and drawing one of their last six, and while I don’t think they’ll lose a draw is possible with the hosts in better spirits after back-to-back wins against Everton and West Brom and a recent success over Arsenal.

Van Gaal’s side are 4-9 draw no bet which is okay and another stat I like is Robin van Persie scoring 10 goals in 10 Premier League appearances against the Potters, including four in five for United. The Dutchman is 13-8 at BetVictor to strike again.

Crystal Palace booted Neil Warnock after no wins in seven and head to an Aston Villa side who can’t keep 11 men on the park. Villa’s latest red-card receiver was Fabian Delph in the 0-0 draw with Sunderland and key men Christian Benteke and Gabriel Agbonlahor have also taken early baths recently.

Palace are boosted by the arrival of Alan Pardew from Newcastle and he can make an immediate impact a winning start at a best 5-2 at BetVictor. If that’s too much a leap of faith consider Palace not to lose at 5-8 at 888sport.

Two teams out of form – Hull and Everton – meet at the KC Stadium and while the Toffees have lost five of their last six and I’m on them to win a tight affair at 11-8 at bet365. Everton are better than their results suggest and we should soon see them start climbing the table.

Liverpool were much improved as they swept Swansea aside 4-1 on Monday and should see off Leicester despite players having just two full days to recover. Skipper Steven Gerrard is one who won’t be fatigued after being rested so I like him at 15-2 with 888sport to score first.

The Reds have scored 10 goals in their last four games after a change in tact by Brendan Rodgers whose side have benefited from moving Raheem Sterling up front on his own.

Leicester ended a run of 13 matches without success by beating Hull but I’m confident about Liverpool after being impressed by the way they sunk the Swans.

Newcastle are facing tough times after losing Pardew and with other stars being rumoured to follow him out of the door. Top scorer Papiss Cisse is one of them and he’s banned anyway after the being caught elbowing Seamus Coleman in the win against Everton.

It’s the worst time to be facing a Burnley side who fought back from 2-0 down to draw with Man City and I’m interested in Burnley draw no bet at 5-2 with 888sport – and that’s been cut since I put it on the Super Single shortlist.

Sean Dyche’s men are beginning to enjoy life in the top flight and if they play like they have they can avoid defeat.

QPR couldn’t break down Palace last week but should have better luck against Swansea after their defence looked shaky at Anfield.

Garry Monk’s men have won just once on the road in nine games – at Hull – while QPR have collected all 18 of their points at home.

Back Harry Redknapp’s men at 2-1 with William Hill and Ladbrokes and get back on Charlie Austin to score first at 13-10 with Paddy Power. You can have QPR at 11-10 draw no bet if you have doubts about their chances of winning.

Only goal difference separates Southampton and Arsenal going into 2015 and a draw looks the best bet when they meet on the south coast. A scoring draw is on and that pays 7-2 at McBookie.

Alan Irvine finally paid the price for West Brom’s poor form so again you have to decide what effect his departure will have ahead of his side’s visit to West Ham with new boss Tony Pulis watching from the stand.

The Scot seemed to have the support of players so I’m backing the Hammers to finish a good year in style with a win.

Sam Allardyce’s men have won six and drawn one of their last seven games at home and are a best 9-10 at Stan James.

Recommended Bets

Palace DNB/Man Utd DNB
(9-4, BetVictor)

Everton
(11-8, bet365)

Gerrard to score first
(15-2, 888sport)

Burnley DNB
(5-2, 888sport)

QPR
(2-1, William Hill)

West Ham
(9-10, Stan James)

15 Comments
  1. Kal 2 years ago

    Qpr v Swansea
    own goal to be score anytime 8/1 and first goal to be own goal 14/1

    Man City v Sunderland own to be scored anytime 6/1 first goal to be own goal 14/1

    Qpr have score have scored 3 own goal this season
    Swansea have scored 1

    Man city have scored 3 own goals this season
    Sunderland have scored have scored 4 own goals

    Double anytime own goal pays 62/1
    Double first goal to own goal pays a whopping 224/1

  2. Rico 2 years ago

    Risk free bet on bet 365 you will need £140 put 50 pre match to make 100 with united at evens then go to betfair and stake 40 on a draw, then in play put 50 on stoke at bet 365 if man utd win you get 150 so that’s £10 profit and if its a draw or stoke win you obviously get more don’t worry about your in play bet losing as you get the £50 back hence the profit what ever happens!

  3. Kyle 2 years ago

    It’s early but on Monday 5th celtic play a struggling Kilmarnock team and are 4/9!!

    Stealing money!!

  4. paul 2 years ago

    Alright chaps, fancy rooney, benteke and hazard anytime tomorrow paying a handsome 21/1. Rooney will score, benteke looking sharp and due a goal and hazard speaks for himself. happy new year.

  5. Ramey 2 years ago

    Rooney scored 8. 7 at home 1 away
    Hazard scored 7. 6 at home 1 away
    Make wat you will of this fact

  6. Gaz H 2 years ago

    RICO-this is a site for gamblers not cowards!! Why not back something like RVP 1st scorer@ 4/1 pre match, Rooney 1st scorer@ 5/1 in play? Worst case scenario we lose £50 but we could also start the year winning hundreds by having 2 of the most likeliest scorers. People need to start making the most of these offers whilst they last instead of trying to guarantee £15-£20 profit. Otherwise do what Alves and a lot of other guys do-over 0.5 pre match,draw in play. This way your guaranteed your money back but also have the chance of a decent win if its a score draw.

  7. v07 2 years ago

    @Gaz H, definitely agree with what you said. Should just try to pick a winner and use the bonus to double your winnings.

  8. Gaz H 2 years ago

    VO7-I won over £450 last week on the 365 offers, money I would never had won if it wasnt for the offer. On the liv/Ars game I went for Alves #prayforascoredraw method which worked. On the St/Che game I edged my bets by going for O2.5 pre match Chelsea to win 2-0 in play. On the liv/swa game this week I had £50 liverpool race to 5 [email protected]/7 won, draw in play which obviously lost. My scorer method above was just an example,I for 1 think this will be a high scoring win for Man U,therefore I have already placed my pre match bet on [email protected]/20. And will then go with my instincts of Utd to win 2-1. Like I said worst case scenario I lose £50 but on New Year’s Day when there are bound to be some dodgy results I’m happy to risk it and hope for a £350+profit!!

  9. Steve P 2 years ago

    Bit of mind field today guys with the management changes which can can give a struggling team a boost but take palace 1 away goal in 5 to beat a home team to unbeaten at Home last 4 games to big of a gamble as there are no stats to follow because of management change, choose the games were you can use Flash scores to give u form and history I.E Shampton Arsenal BTS, Liverpool over 2.5 goals as you can not trust them to keep clean sheet and West ham win, Man City over 6 corners

  10. Wattie 2 years ago

    Gaz h agree its not often bookies give u a chance to av a free £50 bet I will always try not to lose my stake money hence over 0.5 goals in game just to cover myself but then u might as well av a go for a decent amount in play I’m with u today fancy utd 2-1 today gotta b around 7s in play good luck mate n heres to winnin sum cash in 2025!

  11. Wattie 2 years ago

    Gaz h 2015 even! Sorry fat fingers

  12. pharlap 2 years ago

    Great start to the year for Mr F. with Dundee Utd winning and Gerrard scoring first for Liverpool with a penalty.
    Early “days” in the other games but QPR and West Ham leading too…

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      Mr Fixit 2 years ago

      pharlap, happy with the Gerrard tip – would like to Burnley to keep pace with Newcastle now.

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        Mr Fixit 2 years ago

        RE Burnley – they’ve already been forced to make all three changes so no subs left which is unusual. Looks like this Super Single is on the rocks and I’ll be looking at ways to cover although it’s not easy with Newcastle 2-1 up.

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