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Sunderland v Liverpool 12.45 BT Sport1

Liverpool have been improving of late and their only defeat in the last 8 came at Old Trafford, they have also made the semi finals of the Capital One cup and are in the 4th round of the FA cup. However, you wouldn’t want one of their players to take your dog for a walk, they are still struggling to hold onto a lead and threw away a two goal lead against Leicester last week.

Sunderland have looked far more secure since Costel Pantilimon took over between the sticks, he has the best saves to shots ratio of any Premier League goalkeeper this season (78%) and although Sunderland have won just one of their last 10 league matches, they have only lost three of those ten games.

The Black Cats have won just one of their last 10 Premier League games against Liverpool but 4 of the games have ended as draws. Liverpool have won five of their last eight Premier League visits to the Stadium of Light (W5 D1 L2). One of those defeats back in 2009 saw the only Sunderland goal scored by a certain B.Ball; whatever happened to Mr beach ball?

Sunderland have scored a higher proportion of their goals in the final 15 minutes of Premier League games than any other side (33%) and they have also picked up more yellow cards (52) than any other team in the top flight. Sunderland to come from behind and draw looks like a bit of value at 8/1 with Hills.

Liverpool have only been losing once after 45 in their last 15 PL games and have been all square in all but 3 of the last 13.

Sunderland have either been drawing 0-0 or 1-1 at HT in all but one of their last 10 PL games. Look towards a blank first half.

Sunderland have played every team currently in the top seven at home apart from Southampton and four of the six games have ended as draws. All but 3 of Sunderland’s 10 goals at home came in the first half hour of the games.

Liverpool have played five teams currently in the top half of the table away from Anfield and have lost four of them. If Sunderland do get an early goal, there is a good chance it will be Adam Johnson who has scored in three of his last four Premier League games.

Seven of the last 11 goals against the Black Cats were scored by Luis Suarez (plus two by Daniel Sturridge). All but one of Raheem Sterling’s 4 goals have come away from home and as long as Liverpool don’

My bets:

Draw/Draw: BetVictor 17/4

HT/FT correct score 0-0/1-1: Powers 16/1

Sunderland to come from behind and draw: Hills 8/1

Adam Johnson 1st goal: BetVictor 13/1

Also considered:

Correct score 1-1: BetVictor 13/2

Correct score HT 0-0: Boylesports 2/1

Raheem Sterling 1st goal: Widely available 5/1

Good Luck
Mark Foley

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Mark has posted up detailed analysis and tips for three matches today and here is his assessment of the Leicester v Sunderland match…

3.00 KO Leicester v Sunderland

Two struggling teams; Leicester have lost 5 of their last 6 and have failed to score in 5 of those games. Sunderland have only won 2 of the last 6.

Leicester have only won 1 of their 5 home games, but have also only lost one; the away form is the problem, in all but one of their 5 home games both teams have scored, but Leicester are struggling for goals, they have only scored more than one goal in 3 of their last 10 home games and only time they managed more than 2 goals was against Man United’s reserve back four. They have conceded at least one in every PL home game and struggle in the latter part of matches.

The 3 goals Sunderland scored against Palace followed 3 blanks on the trot in away matches, Leicester are better defensively than Palace. I can see this being tight in the first half and Leicester should be able to bag one goal against a defence that has produced plenty of errors in recent weeks, especially if Alloa can rediscover his early season form.

Vito Mannone has made three errors leading directly to goals than any other Premier League player this season. The Black Cats have never won away at Leicester in the Premier League losing three and drawing one of their four visits.

My Bets: (Split stake):

Correct score 1-1: BetVictor 13/2

HT / FT correct score: HT 0-0 / FT 1-1 Powers 16/1

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I Thought I Saw a Pussy Cat

Today we have a preview of the weekends football action and Premier League football tips from Tipster Warehouse…

Weekend Football Preview

The race for the Premier League crown was thrown wide open again last weekend as Chelsea surprisingly lost to Aston Villa 1-0. The Villans were good value for their win and although Jose Mourinho was unlucky to lose Willian to a farcical second yellow card he can have no complaints at the straight red shown to Ramires.

Jose likes to mask his side’s poor performances – rare as they are – by always deflecting the blame to a third party but neutrals will have seen that his side failed to turn up until it was too late in this game. Fortunately this is this Premier League and his team get the chance to rectify that this weekend as they face one of their main challengers to the title, Arsenal.

This Saturday really is crunch time for the Gunners as they travel the short distance to Stamford Bridge. A loss for Arsene Wenger will psychologically damage them far more than the loss of points.

With only a handful of games left to play Arsenal, if they are to be champions, need to snatch all three points from this game and put themselves in a position to win the title.

If Chelsea do win then they will effectively chalk off one of their main rivals from the run in. A draw is the likely scenario for this one I fear as both sides will probably realise the importance of the match and this may stifle any free flowing attacking football.

Chelsea remain in the box seat with points on the board but all three chasing teams can and I expect will help to make this the most exciting four way title run in for many a year.

Unusually for a Premier League so dependent on Sky TV schedules we witness all four top clubs playing on a Saturday this weekend. Both Liverpool and Manchester City face what on paper would seem to be easy matches, three points Sir, thank you very much.

Luis Suarez and his Reds travel to second bottom club Cardiff who despite a change of manager seem to be doomed. The Bluebirds (playing in red) have competed well at times this season but in the end it’s a sad but true reality that the big money clubs will always over the long term succeed.

That said this league is so exciting because of its pure competitiveness. However, form wise the reds are on fire at the moment and all the sensible money will be on an away win and several goals racked up to Messrs Sturridge and Suarez along the way.

The Citizens of Manchester enjoy an easy afternoon as bottom club Fulham visit the Etihad.

Felix Magath may have notched up his first win since taking charge – a narrow 1-0 victory over Newcastle last weekend but that can’t hide the fact that it was their first three points in ten games and they travel to the most exciting team in the land at the moment.

The goals may have temporarily dried up for City of late with only three in their last four games but this must surely be a blip. I expect them to re-light their fires very soon and this will be the ideal opportunity for them to bang in a few goals. I see them winning by three or four goals and continuing to breathe down Jose Mourinho’s neck.

With both Cardiff and Fulham looking increasing likely to be relegated this season unless they can re-invigorate their season immediately the last relegation place will be decided by one of seven clubs.

I would guess that 40 points is the cut off point for safety and with eight of nine games left for most clubs I see Stoke City on 34 points now clear of danger. They should pick up 6 points in their last 8 matches.

Below them and any side with a run of bad form can be dragged down. Sunderland currently occupy the danger spot but with their recent cup exploits have acquired two to three games in hand on those around them.

This Saturday they travel to one of their nearest relegation rivals Norwich City. A win for Gus Poyet and his team of battlers will put them one point behind the Canaries with three games in hand. Surely if they can get into this position it will be harder for them to fall into the Championship than see their way into next seasons Premier League?

Of the other teams faced with the drop Swansea and Crystal Palace travel to awkward places where they will do well to pick up any points – Everton and Newcastle respectively.

West Ham play a resurgent Manchester United fresh from a fine win in midweek. However, you never quite know what side the red devils will put out in the Premier League- their trouncing at Old Trafford at the hands of fierce rivals Liverpool last week will have hurt them badly.

How will they respond? I expect they will in turn hurt the Hammers chances of staying up with a resounding win.

The last Saturday match pits rivals for the drop Hull against West Brom. Baggies boss Pepe Mel was so pleased last week to pick up his first win since taking the reins after a fine away victory in Swansea.

His advisers may need to explain the English language a little to him though since his claim in his post match interview to have “pleasured all of his fans” was perhaps a surprise to some who were expecting to be just watching a football match!

The Sunday televised games seem on paper to fall a little flat this weekend as firstly Tottenham play Southampton in their race to hang on to a fifth place spot in the renowned Europa League and mid table clubs Aston Villa and Stoke battle it out to pull away from any slight chance of relegation.

With both clubs on 34 points surely the winner here will now consider their place in the Premier League safe for another season. The loser will have to wait a few games to make their position safe.

Top Tips

If you’re feeling particularly lucky this weekend you could go for a double with Cardiff and Fulham both winning. A £1 bet would return £144 with Cardiff at 8/1 and Fulham 18/1 but if you’re a tad more realistic then wins for Liverpool at 5/11 and Man City at 1/6 may put a few more pounds in your bank at the end of the games.

There are also some generous odds to be had on an away win for Arsenal at 7/2 which given Chelsea’s blip last week could be interesting but my top tip this week is a away win for Sunderland at Norwich. This is an eminently winnable match for the Black Cats and you can still pick up odds of 11/4 on this.

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Today's Selection Courtesy of Racing Gold (£1 trial available)

3.35 Lingfield – Picansort – win bet – 4/1 Paddy Power, Bet Victor

Premier League Football Tips

Today we have a preview of the weekends football action and Premier League football tips from Tipster Warehouse…

Premier League Preview

With the excitement of the FA Cup now firmly behind us we once more focus on the Premier League race this weekend. All of the top four clubs will be looking to capitalise on facing weaker opposition and hope to pull away from the chasing pack. As always seems to be the way in this great league one of more of them is likely to fail in that pursuit and this Saturday I have a feeling that Jose Mourinho and his Chelsea men have the hardest task.

Chelsea play Everton in the early afternoon televised clash and although in previous years their form at the Bridge has been superb they do have an air of vulnerability about them this season. Roberto Martinez has managed to turn his squad of players into an effective but not consistent side and they will need to be at their very best to match the Blues. Although big favourites to win I have a feeling that these sides will nullify each other and a draw will be a fair result.

This would of course open up the top spots for those just behind them in the most exciting of title chases in recent memory. Both Arsenal and Manchester City play in rare 3pm Saturday kick offs and they will be hoping to jump on any mistakes made by Chelsea. The Gunners have what on paper looks to be an easy tie against Sunderland. The form of the Black Cats has improved enormously over recent months as Gus Poyet gets his feet under the table – 3 wins and a draw in the last 5 games is testament to that – but will this be enough to stop the juggernaut that is Arsenal? I suspect not and with Arsene Wenger’s men dispatching lower league opponents with aplomb this season I expect a 3 or 4 goal margin and a stroll for the gunners.

As for City they need Chelsea to lose and Arsenal to fail to pick up all three points if they are to top the table this weekend. With home form that is just truly stunning this season most of us would expect a trouncing for Stoke but I would utter a few words of caution. They are one of only four clubs this season who have managed to keep a clean sheet against City after their scoreless draw back in September and City have failed to register a goal in 180 Premier League minutes now. If I had to predict a result it would still be a heavy loss for Stoke but maybe just maybe they could get something from the game.

The last of the top four Liverpool play on Sunday and have what on paper is an easy match with Swansea. Luis Suarez has now failed to net in three games and with his form as good as it is I suspect that he will punish a club severely very soon. This could be Garry Monk and his not so merry men this weekend. A brace or hat trick from Suarez in a convincing win for the Reds looks likely.

One last match that seems good value for taking candy from the bookies is Crystal Palace against a resurgent and fired up Manchester United. Although in poor form of late I just can’t see Messrs Rooney and Van Persie failing to run riot in South London and rack up a cricket score. Palace are playing better football of late but that is when faced with less tough opposition. United will be too strong for them and I expect a good away win.

Double Tip this weekend

I fancy Manchester clubs both United and City to win convincingly and reap some fine rewards for punters. If you’re feeling a little more adventurous I’d add Arsenal and Liverpool to the mix for a nice little foursome.

Manchester City + Manchester United both to win gives odds of 1.94

Manchester City + Manchester United + Arsenal + Liverpool all 4 to win gives odds of 3.36

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Exeter 4.20 Wilton Milan – win bet – 7/2 bet 365, Bet Victor

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