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Premier League Betting Preview

Manchester City completed a double over Chelsea last season and they’re priced at 13/5 (bet365) to secure maximum points again this weekend. However, Chelsea are a generous 6/5 (Ladbrokes) to overhaul a side that has yet to convince.

The fixture has a history of yielding goals – there have been 26 in the last eight meetings and William Hill’s even money for this duel to produce more than two appeals. In other markets, City are 4/1 (Paddy Power) to enjoy a one-goal margin of victory, with Carlos Tevez priced at 7/4 (Victor Chandler) to score at any time.

Birmingham City, who completed a double over Wigan last term, kick off as Totesports’ 5/6 favourites to take another three points this weekend. Wigan’s only win this season came away from home, but their 7/2 price (Partybets) to claim a second at St Andrews looks about right.

At Craven Cottage where Fulham start as bet365’s 8/5 favourites against struggling Everton (9/5 William Hill). Not one of the last 18 league duels involving the pair have ended in stalemate; incredibly, there have been 17 home wins during the same period.

Meanwhile Tottenham are 11/10 (Jaxx.com) to triumph at West Ham. Spurs have won seven of their last eight league matches against the Hammers, who kick off as Victor Chandler’s 13/5 outsiders. Tottenham are 11/4 (Betfred) to win when kicking off with a one goal deficit.

Bolton have managed just three goals against Manchester United in their last eight meetings, a record which adds appeal to Paddy Power’s 7/5 for Sir Alex Ferguson’s charges to win without conceding in Sunday’s noon kick off on ESPN

Elsewhere, Arsenal are Gamebookers’ 6/4 choice to beat West Brom when starting with a two goal disadvantage. Meanwhile, Blackpool and Blackburn look set for a draw (12/5, Stan James), as do Newcastle and Stoke (5/2, Betdaq). However, both Liverpool (1/2, Ladbrokes) and Wolves (15/8, William Hill) should register home wins against Aston Villa and Sunderland respectively.

Compare all this weekend’s Premier League odds and bet at the best prices

Saturday 25 September 2010

Manchester City v Chelsea (12:45 BST)

Arsenal v West Bromwich Albion (15:00 BST)

Birmingham City v Wigan Athletic (15:00 BST)

Blackpool v Blackburn Rovers (15:00 BST)

Fulham v Everton (15:00 BST)

Liverpool v Sunderland (15:00 BST)

West Ham v Tottenham Hotspur (15:00 BST)

Sunday 26 September 2010

Bolton Wanderers v Manchester United (12:00 BST)

Wolverhampton Wanderers v Aston Villa (14:05 BST)

Newcastle United v Stoke City (16:10 BST)

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