Premier League 11th January

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Over the last ten games Crystal Palace and Tottenham sit side why side in the form table, 8th and 9th, with Spurs picking up three more points than the South Londoners. With Spurs only winning four of their ten home games this season and Palace putting in much improved away performances I’m looking to take Spurs on here. Palace will be organised and try frustrate Spurs like they did up at Man City. I think that Adebayor or Soldado have enough movement to create the chances which will leave Spurs needing to shoot from long range, much like they did against West Brom and West Ham. I would have Spurs at about 1.50 for his match so there is some value in laying them at 1.4x. I don’t see them winning this type of game 69% of the time.

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Lay Tottenham at 1.44 – Betfair
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Manchester United were beaten by Swansea six days ago and now face them again, they’re on a losing streak of three games and are without Wayne Rooney for this game. However they’re odds-on to win this, if they were 1.80 I could understand but to give them a 60% chance of winning this game is ridiculous, when they’ve only won four of their ten home league games this season. Swansea aren’t great on the road but they’ve avoided defeat in half of their games and after their FA Cup win they should be confident of being able to get another result.

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Lay Manchester United at 1.62 – Betfair
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