Published on November 29th, 2013 | by Sportingly Better Tipster0
Premiership Betting Tips – 30 November – 1 December
Premiership Betting Tips
Newcastle (2.05) v West Brom (4.00); Draw (3.50)
Goals from Loic Remy and Yoann Gouffran gave Newcastle a 2-1 win at St James Park last time out, as the Magpies recorded their third consecutive victory in the Premier League.
Alan Pardew’s side sit just four points behind second-placed Liverpool and a win on Saturday could see the Toon Army march into the Champions League places.
On-loan striker Loic Remy remains Newcastle’s star turn this season after scoring eight goals in his last eight appearances for the club, whilst the orchestration of Yohan Cabaye in midfield looks to have finally caught some suitors.
Newcastle have scored two or more goals in each of their last four matches at home in the Premier League and the odds of a fifth successive two-goal haul at 1.83 is likely to grab attention.
Opponents West Brom threw away a two goal lead on Monday night, as rivals Aston Villa recovered to draw 2-2 at the Hawthorns.
Steve Clarke’s side have won just three of their opening 12 games in the Premier League, but points against Chelsea and Everton away from home and victory at Old Trafford illustrate that the Baggies have been more than competent on the road this season.
West Brom have drawn four of their last six games in the league and although the hosts are likely to carry optimism heading into the match, the history and form of goals in this fixture will undoubtedly be the bigger draw.
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Hull (6.50) v Liverpool (1.61); Draw (4.00)
A late strike by substitute Daniel Sturridge rescued Liverpool from defeat in the Merseyside derby on Sunday, as the Reds dropped points on leaders Arsenal.
Liverpool are now without a win in three attempts away from home, with 10 of the side’s 13 goals conceded having come on the road, something that will need to be addressed if the Reds are going to cement a place in the top four this season.
Strikers Daniel Sturridge and Luis Suarez have maintained Brendan Rodger’s free-scoring mantra in recent weeks, with only Manchester City having scored more goals than the Merseyside outfit this term.
Left-back Jose Enrique has been ruled out for up to 10 weeks with a knee injury, so Jon Flanagan and Aly Cissokho will compete for the Spanish defender’s spot at full back.
Opponents Hull suffered their first defeat at home this season as managerless Crystal Palace secured a deserved 1-0 victory at the KC Stadium.
Only Sunderland and Crystal Palace have scored fewer goals than Hull in the Premier League this term and the Tigers failing strength in attack could see Steve Bruce’s side continue to slip further into the mire.
Hull have lost four of their last five games in the Premier League, but injuries to James Chester and Sone Aluko are likely to see the Tigers suffer further.
Hull have never beaten Liverpool in 16 attempts and the Reds attacking verve should be too much for the lacklustre hosts to contain on Sunday.
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