Premier League Preview

Tottenham’s 2-1 win over Liverpool on Wednesday night saw them rise to fifth place in the league, and they will hope to build on that result when they travel to Fulham on Saturday.

Andre Villas Boas men are favourites for the victory with 2.4 (7/5) the best price offered by a variety of bookmakers. Fulham, who are without a win in six, are 3.1 (21/10) with Paddy Power to take all three points.

Liverpool will aim to bounce back from their midweek defeat when they host a resurgent Southampton. The Reds, who have only won three league games so far this season are 1.44 (4/9) with Ladbrokes for the win, whilst you can back Nigel Adkins men at 9.0 (8/1) to cause an upset by taking all three points.

Harry Redknapp will hope to get his first win as QPR manager as they host an Aston Villa side just one point, and one place above the relegation zone. The hosts are favourites for the victory at a best price of 2.05 (21/10) whilst the visitor can be backed at 3.9 (29/10) with Bet Victor.

West Brom, whose four game winning run came to an end at Swansea on Wednesday host ninth-placed Stoke City, who extended their unbeaten run to four games with their midweek victory over Newcastle United. The Baggies are widely available at 2.05 (21/20) to return to winning ways, with Tony Pulis’s side a 4.2 (16/5) shot with Bet 365.

Sunday’s game sees Norwich host Sunderland, both sides having drew their midweek games with Southampton and QPR respectively. No teams have drawn more times that both of these sides, so you could do worse than back the honours to be even at a best price of 3.4 (12/5), though the home side are favourites at 2.25 (5/4) with Paddy Power, with Martin O’Neill’s men a 3.7 (27/10) shot with Bet Victor.

The latest round of Premier League fixtures conclude at St. James Park on Monday evening, as Newcastle United host Wigan Athletic. Alan Pardew’s men are struggling to replicate the success of last season, and have lost their last four league games; a run that has seen them fall to fourteenth place, above Wigan only on goal difference.

The visitors, who held on for almost seventy minutes against champions Manchester City on Wednesday evening, are 4.0 (3/1) outsides for the victory, with the hosts widely available at 2.0 (1/1).

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