Premier Leaguer 28th September

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Spurs have only conceded one goal this season and none of their games have gone over 2.50 goals. Chelsea have already failed to score at Manchester United and Everton and I can see them struggling in front of goal again today. Chelsea matches have only gone over 2.50 goals once this season. So between these two sides they have played ten games with only one going over 2.50 goals. In them ten games both teams to score has also only landed once. As markets always expect goals there is usually natural value on ‘unders’. I was expecting that to be priced at a maximum of 1.75 in this game so I’m happy to take the 1.80.

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Back Under 2.50 Goals at 1.85 – Betfair
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Palace were awful last weekend, the tactics were completely wrong and they should of lost by six or seven. This weekend I’m expecting them to go back to the tactics that they employed previously. With Dikgacoi and Ward returning to the side I expect Southampton to struggle to score. The Saints haven’t scored from open play this season and have scored three goals in their five games so far. Southampton have now kept three clean sheets in a row. I can’t see Palace scoring if I’m honest but I also don’t see a 3-0 home win, there is not stats to back that score line up. With Southampton being overwhelming favourites, a bit like Man Utd were v Palace, the goals market is wrong.

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Back Under 2.50 Goals at 2.16 – 118Bet
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