Arsenal vs. Swansea City

Saturday’s game at the Emirates sees Arsenal host a Swansea City side currently sitting just one point and one place below them. The Gunners go in to the game on the back of their 1-1 draw at Everton on Wednesday evening; their third draw in four Premier League matches.

Laurent Koscielny was replaced just four minutes in to the game, and the Frenchman joins Andre Santos on the side-lines, though Lukas Podolski could return following an illness. Theo Walcott grabbed his tenth goal of the season at Goodison Park, and the England international is 7.5 (13/2) with Bet 365 to open the scoring once again.

Arsenal go in to the game as odds on favourites, with some firms offering a best price of 1.5 (1/2), with the visitors priced as high as 8.0 (7/1). The draw is available at 4.5 (7/2).

Swansea extended their unbeaten run to five league games with their 3-1 victory over high-flying West Bromwich Albion on Wednesday. Manager Michael Laudrup has no fresh injury concerns, but remains without Michel Vorm, Kyle Bartley and Danny Graham, while Neil Taylor is out for the season. Spanish midfielder Miguel Michu opened the scoring midweek with his ninth goal of the campaign, and is 13.0 (12/1) with Bet 365 to get the first goal of the game.

An Andrey Arshavin goal was enough to settle the corresponding fixture last September, though Swansea ran out winners in the return fixture back in January. With the Swans in such good form, you might be tempted to bet on them snatching a narrow victory, with Bet 365 offering a generous 21.0 (20/1) for the 1-0 away victory.

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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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Reading vs. Manchester United

Premier League leaders Manchester United travel to the Madejski Stadium in Saturday’s late afternoon fixture to face a Reading side currently four points from safety. The hosts have just one league win to their name this season, and go in to the game on the back of a 1-0 defeat to fellow strugglers Aston Villa on Tuesday evening.

The result left Brian McDermott’s men on just nine points, though they do have a game in hand on almost every team above them. Jimmy Kebe could return for the Royals after recovering from a groin injury, though they remain without Chris Gunter, Alex McCarthy, Danny Guthrie and Jem Karacan.

Unsurprisingly, Reading are outsiders for this game, and are widely available at 8.0 (7/1) whilst the visitors are odds on favourites for the victory, with Paddy Power offering the best price of 4/9 (1.44).

Manchester United maintained their position at the top of the division with a 1-0 victory over West Ham United on Wednesday, with top scorer Robin Van Persie grabbing the only goal of the game. The Dutch striker is now on 12 for the season, and is 4.33 (10/3) with Bet 365 to add to that tally by opening the scoring on Saturday evening.

Antonio Valencia could be involved after missing the last three games through injury, though Nemanja Vidic, Shinji Kagawa and Nani are all out.

Manchester United came from behind to win yet again last weekend against QPR, so you may be tempted to take advantage of the 3.6 (13/5) on offer from Bet 365 for Reading to score the first goal of the game.

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West Ham vs. Chelsea

Rafa Benitez search for a first goal as Chelsea manager goes to Upton Park in Saturday’s early kick off, as the European Champions face West Ham United.

The hosts, who have slipped to tenth place after suffering back to back defeats for the first time in almost a year, could welcome back midfielder Yossi Benayoun and defender George McCartney following their respective injuries, though Ricardo Vaz Te, Alou Diarra and Mohamed Diame are all out.

Sam Allardyce’s men are as generously priced as 4.33 (10/3) for the victory, with Chelsea odds on at 1.91 (10/11) with most firms. Stan James offer the best price of 3.6 (13/5) for the draw.
Chelsea go in to the game on the back of their 0-0 draw against Fulham on Wednesday evening, having achieved the same score-line in Sunday’s visit of Manchester City.

The last time Chelsea played out two goalles games was under Claudio Ranieri, before the arrival of Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich, and the two results won’t have helped a new manager who is already struggling to win over those fans who challenged his appointment.

The visitors have no fresh injury worries, though Daneil Sturridge, Frank Lampard and Captain John Terry remain side-lined.

The last time these two teams met was towards the end of the 2010/2011 season. Chelsea ran out 3-0 winners in a game where that saw Fernando Torres grabbed the first of his eleven league goals for the Blues so far, and the Spaniard is favourite to open the scoring Saturday lunch-time, with Bet Victor offering the best price of 7.0 (6/1).

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Spain vs. Italy Preview

The 2012 European Championships in Poland and Ukraine come to a conclusion in Kiev on Sunday evening as reigning champions Spain face Italy, who last won the tournament in 1968.

The two sides met in the group stages of the competition, playing out a 1-1 draw in Gdansk in the first round of matches. Striker Antonio Di Natale gave Italy a deserved lead on the hour mark, shortly after coming on as a substitute, before Cesc Fabregas equalised for the Spaniards soon after.

Vincente Del Bosque’s men go in to the final after their dramatic penalty shoot-out victory over Iberian rivals Portugal on Wednesday evening. The sides played out a goalless 120 minutes before a climax which saw Spain convert four of their five spot kicks, whilst their opponents only managed to hit the back of the net twice.

The holders are the favourites to win the game in ninety minutes, with most bookmakers offering odds of 2.20 (6/5), whilst Italy are best priced at 3.90 (29/10) with Bet Victor. Spain are odds on to lift the trophy, at 1.62(8/13) with Bwin, with Italy outsiders at 2.5 (6/4) with Paddy Power.

Italy sprung the surprise of the tournament by defeating three times champions Germany in their semi-final on Thursday. Striker Mario Balotelli scored twice in the first half to ensure victory for the Italians; Mesut Ozil’s last minute penalty being scant consolation.

Balotelli has now joined four other players on three goals in the race for the Golden Boot, with Sporting Bet offering the best odds of 2.50 (6/4) for him to claim the prize. The Manchester City man is 8.5 (15/2) with Bet Victor to open the scoring on Sunday, behind favourites Cesc Fabregas and Fernando Torres, who can both be backed at 7/1 (8.0).

However, with a tight game expected, you might be more tempted to back there being no goals in 90 minutes, at odds of 7.0 (6/1).

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Germany vs. Italy Preview

The penultimate game of this summer’s European Championship takes place on Thursday evening as three times winners Germany face 1968 champions Italy in Warsaw.

The Germans, who are now joint-favourites with Spain to lift the Henri Delaunay trophy in Kiev on Sunday, could well recall Mario Gomez, Lukas Podolski and Thomas Mueller who were all rested in Friday’s quarter final victory over Greece. Gomez, who is currently leading the top goal scorer chart with the other players, is favourite to win the tournament’s Golden Boot at 2.88 (15/8), just ahead of Portugal captain Cristiano Ronaldo.

Germany are odds on to win this semi-final, with Bet Victor offering the best price of 1.95 (20/21), whilst you can back Italy at 4.75 (15/4) with the same firm. The draw is around 3.4 (12/5) across the board.

Italy go in to the game following their dramatic penalty shoot-out victory over England in Kiev on Sunday. The Italians have injury worries in defence, with Giorgio Chiellini, Daniele De Rossi and Ignazio Abate all doubtful, whilst right back Christian Maggio is suspended.

Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli, who has had the second highest amount of shots on target in the competition, is intriguingly priced at 67.0 (66/1) to finish the tournament as top scorer. Balotelli’s only goal so far was his impressive strike against the Republic of Ireland in the final group game, leaving him just two short of Gomez, Ronaldo et al.

These two sides last met in a friendly which finished all square last February, whilst the Italians won the last competitive meeting; a 2-0 extra time semi-final victory en route to winning the 2006 World Cup. The Azzurri are 19.0 (18/1) with Bet Victor to repeat that method of victory on Thursday, with Germany an 11.10 (10/1) shout with Ladbrokes to themselves win in extra time, while you can get odds of 5.5 (11/2) for the game to be decided on penalties.

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