English breakfast: Premier League betting notes

Here is a quick look at this weekend's round of fixtures in the English Premier League. The home/draw/away lines are all courtesy of bet365.com.

Sunderland v Manchester United +500 +290 -150


Sunderland has won two points in the last five games. Manchester United has kept five consecutive clean sheets in the league.

Arsenal v Reading -400 +550 +1400


Arsenal has 13 points over its past six home league games. Reading hired Nigel Adkins as the club's new manager after the team lost five matches in a row.

Manchester City v Newcastle -333 +475 +1100

Manchester City is 13th in the Premier League form guide over the past six games. Newcastle midfielder Cheick Tiote and defender Davide Santon are both  out due to injury.

Southampton v Chelsea +250 +260 +115

Southampton has eight points in its last five home games. The under has hit in Chelsea's last three games.

Swansea v Tottenham +225 +240 +137

Swansea has scored two goals in its last four games. Tottenham is on its first two-match losing streak since November.

West Ham v West Brom +125 +240 +250

West Ham was held scoreless at Chelsea last week, the first time in seven matches it failed to score. Three or fewer goals have been scored in West Brom's last seven games.

Wigan v Norwich -110 +260 +350


Wigan has won one of its last eight home matches. Norwich hasn't scored in six of its last nine matches.

Everton v Stoke -154 +280 +550

Everton hasn't lost at home in the league since December 30. Stoke has scored six goals in the past ten matches.

Aston Villa v Liverpool +400 +300 -138

Aston Villa has won 10 points over the past six matches, fifth-best in the Premier League over that span. The over has hit in Liverpool's last four away matches.

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