Premier League 12th April

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Cardiff’s recent run of goal scoring form came to an end last week, in their 3-0 defeat by Crystal Palace. Despite their recent run of goals they only have 6 points from their last 10 games. Before their mini scoring run they failed to score in four straight games and have failed to find the net in 16 (48%) of games this season.

This weekend they visit Southampton whose form has been up and down since they got to safety. However their performance at Manchester City last week and the Newcastle match before that show they’re not quite on the beach yet.

The Saints still concede the least (9.82) amount of Shots per Game on average and have kept 12 clean sheets this season.

I don’t think that Cardiff carry a big enough or consistent goal scoring threat for Both Teams To Score No, to be priced at 2.10.

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Back Both Teams To Score No at 2.10 – Boylesports

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Sunderland are the worst team in the league and I’m looking forward to collecting on the relegation bets I’ve had on them. Their issue all season is their inability to raise their game against the teams around them. However on Monday night they showed they have no fight at all against any side.

Sunderland have already failed to score in 12 games this season and that includes the five lowest ranked sides they’ve faced at home this season.

Everton already have 12 clean sheets this season and on the back of 6 straight league wins they should fancy their chances of another shutout today.

It’s 2.10 for Both Teams To Score No and that price is too big. In the combined 63 games these sides have played 31 have seen a clean sheet, that’s 49%.

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Back Both Teams To Score No at 2.10 – William Hill

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