• Football 05.11.2010

    Here is a preview of the Week 11 fixtures in the English Premier League. Tottenham follow up from their mid-week win over Inter Milan with a tough away game against Bolton. Fulham v Aston Villa and Liverpool v Chelsea are two other games worth keeping an eye on.

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    Tips & Info

    Bolton v Tottenham

    • Tottenham will still be on a high after their mid-week victory over Inter Milan, although Bolton have a good home record against Tottenham. Bolton have only lost twice this season, but have conceded at least one goal in their last nine games. Bolton have played out six draws in their ten Premier League games this season. They have scored a goal in eight out of their ten fixtures.
    • Andy’s tips: back a draw, back a 1-1 scoreline, back under 2.5 goals
    • Lawro’s prediction: 1-1
    • Addicted’s tips: back both teams to score, back Kevin Davies to score.
    • Auls’ prediction: 2-2
    • Auls’ tip: back both teams to score

    Blackpool v Everton

    Man Utd v Wolves

    • Man Utd are in good form at the moment, having not lost in their last 22 competitive games. While Nani, Fletcher and Rooney will be on the sideline, Man Utd are still be expected to win comfortably. Man Utd striker Hernandez was rested mid-week, and he’ll be keen to continue is impressive form while Rooney is out of the picture. Wolves are one of the favourites for relegation this season, although they enjoyed a 2-1 win last week against Man City. For comparative purposes, Wolves lost 2-0 away at Chelsea two weeks ago, hence a popular prediction is a 2-0 scoreline.
    • Andy’s tips: back Manchester United, back a 2-0 scoreline
    • Lawro’s prediction: 2-0
    • Auls’ prediction: 1-0
    • Auls’ tip: back Man Utd to win by 1 goal

    Fulham v Aston Villa

    Blackburn v Wigan

    Birmingham v West Ham

    Sunderland v Stoke City

    • Sunderland suffered a 5-1 mauling against Newcastled last week, and Stoke City are a tough team to play, with their imposing height and dead-ball specialists.
    • Andy’s tips: back Sunderland, back a 1-0 scoreline
    • Lawro’s prediction: 2-1

    Arsenal v Newcastle Utd

    • Arsenal have a very good, consistent record against weaker sides, although Newcastle will still be on a high after their 5-1 thrashing of Sunderland.
    • Lawro’s prediction: 3-0

    West Brom v Man City

    • There have been reported some rifts in the ranks at Man City, who have lost their last three games in all competitions. West Brom are undefeated at home this season.
    • Lawro’s prediction: 0-2

    Liverpool v Chelsea

    • Both Liverpool and Chelsea enjoyed mid-week success in European football, with neither side fielding a full strength starting lineup. Chelsea certainly have a stronger team, but Liverpool are tough to beat at home.
    • Lawro’s prediction: 1-1

    Posted by admin @ 4:35 pm

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