English Breakfast: Premier League betting notes

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

Sunday, April 7:

Liverpool v West Ham -300 +425 +800

Fifteen of Liverpool's last 16 games have gone over 2.5 goals. West Ham has a joint-worst nine away goals on the season and it will be without striker Andy Carroll (loan complication).

Tottenham v Everton -117 +275 +300

Tottenham have not won a game without Gareth Bale scoring a goal since a 3-1 win over Reading on New Year's day.

Chelsea v Sunderland -300 +400 +900

Sunderland has conceded at least two goals in its last five away matches. Chelsea has defeated Sunderland in the previous four meetings.

Newcastle v Fulham +105 +240 +260

Newcastle has won its last three Premier League home matches versus Stoke, Southampton, and Chelsea. Fulham is unbeaten in its last five Premier League matches.

Queens Park Rangers v Wigan +130 +240 +210


QPR has scored at least two goals in its last four matches. Eight of Wigan's last nine away matches have gone over 2.5 goals.

Monday, April 8:

Manchester United v Manchester City +120 +240 +225

Robin Van Persie has not scored in his last nine matches for United and has only one goal in his last 12 matches. Man City has signed midfielder Yaya Toure through 2017. City averages 2.28 goals per game when he plays and 1.64 in games when he hasn't (@OptaJoe).

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Posted by sailorman1965
1 year ago

Liver,Chelsea and Newcastle all win! Everton and Wigan tie there matches
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Posted by WinsNow999
1 year ago

Reading 2 - 2 Southampton Norwich 2 - 0 Swansea City Stoke 1 -O As Villa
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Posted by WinsNow999
1 year ago

"Reading 2 - 2 Southampton Norwich 2 - 0 Swansea City Stoke 1 -O As Villa"