Premier League 1st March

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I could probably copy and paste what I’ve wrote for a lot of West Ham games this season BOTH TEAMS TO SCORE NO. It hasn’t won every-time, but backing it blind would have won you 17 of your 27 bets. West Ham have kept more clean sheets than anybody in the league but they’ve also failed to score in ten games. Everton have the third best defence in the league conceding an average of 1.04 goals per game. Half of their games (13) have failed to to see both teams score. I wouldn’t put anyone off the 0-0 at 16.0, I have it priced at 11.5, but the way I’m going to play this is to follow the obvious trend which this market ignores week in week out, I have the BTTS market priced at below;

BTTS 0.444448 0.555552
Predicted Odds 2.249984 1.80001

2.10 is massive for there to be a clean sheet in this game and that’s where my money is going.

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Back Both Teams To Score No at 2.10 – Paddy Power

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Anyone who has ever listened to me will know my views on Liverpool are hardly positive. They are a team I just don’t like, and if my team, Crystal Palace, finish with 36.5 points of them this season I get £500 so I could really do with them dropping points in this. However at the prices, 2.15, they have to be backed. Forget about Suarez, Daniel Sturridge is on fire and if he carries on he could pick up the golden boot. I was expecting to see them at odds-on for this, my personal price was 2.02. There’s not much point in going into details on this, everybody know all that can be said about these sides. Just on the numbers I’m backing Liverpool. Although from a personal point of view I hope this bet loses.

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Back Liverpool at 2.15 – Bet Victor

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