Barclays Premier League Both Teams to Score tips – 22-23 November 2014

If you are looking at the Goals Galore market this weekend, there are a few Premier League games that you might want to consider adding to your coupon.

The first game is Everton versus West Ham at Goodison Park on Saturday at 15:00pm. Both teams have scored in 60% of the Toffees home games which is not that remarkable but they face a West Ham team with a 100% Goals Galore strike rate away from home. This combined percentage of 160 puts this game firmly on the Both Teams To Score radar for this weekend.

The second game that should be considered is Arsenal against Manchester United at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday evening. A total of 80% of the Gunners home games have finished with both teams finding the net. The figure for United’s away games stands at 60% resulting in a decent combined total of 140%.

The same total applies to the game at the KC Stadium between Hull City and Tottenham on Sunday. The Tigers have a strike rate of 60% in their home games and 80% of Spurs’ away matches have been resolved with both teams on the score sheet.

BTTS: Everton v West Ham, Arsenal v Man United, Hull v Tottenham Hotspur

Barclays Premier League Both Teams to Score tips – 22-23 November 2014unratedNeil2014-11-20 06:53:58If you are looking at the Goals Galore market this weekend, there are a few Premier League games that you might want to consider adding to your coupon…
Read full story · Comments { 0 }

Free football system for Euro internationals

Football Fever has well and truly taken over at the Secret Betting Club with the release of their latest football system, now available for you to download for free.  The system finds value bets using the know how behind the FinkTank system.  It’s been profitable long term, and it’s the unexpected that really gets the results.

It’s particular relevant this week as the updated system tackles just how to make a profit from betting on International Football games.

It has a proven pedigree in this format as well, because during the 2014 World Cup, this exact same free system made a £465.17 profit at just £25 stakes and from only 57 games (all at an outstanding ROI of 32.68%).

In this updated guide you can learn how to run the system in 6 easy steps and how to pick out the best value bets for any international football game.

How To Download Your Free International Football System

You can grab your copy right away – Simply click here to download the system immediately.  Following the instructions on the page should open a PDF document, if it doesn’t, visit Secret Betting Club and contact them to request a copy by email.

It’s free to share – so please do forward on or copy for others to enjoy if you like what you read.

Outstanding Form During The 2014 World Cup

During the 2014 World Cup, the guys over at the Secret Betting Club posted each qualifying bet from this system online to prove its success.
The response from those following was loud and clear – this system works and especially so on International Football. Here are just 2 testimonials as to its success during the World Cup.

free football system

Free football system for Euro internationalsunratedEditor2014-11-18 13:58:56Football Fever has well and truly taken over at the Secret Betting Club with the release of their latest football system, now available for you to dow…
Read full story · Comments { 0 }

Barclays Premier League betting tips Over/Under 2.5 Goals: 22-24 November 2014

In the Barclays Premier League goal betting market, there are clear opportunities this weekend. So let’s take a look at the Over/Under 2.5 goals market.

The stand out fixture is the game at Goodison Park where Roberto Martinez’s Everton will face high-flying West Ham United. Everton’s home games have averaged 4.2 goals per game so far this season with the Toffees bagging 2.0 and their opponents 2.2. Meanwhile, away games involving Sam Allardyce’s team have averaged 3.8 per game with the Hammers managing to score an impressive average of 2.2 on the road. This game is a clear contender for Over 2.5 goals but the price will be short.

Leicester against Sunderland should also be backed in the Over 2.5 market. Nigel Pearson’s Foxes have scored an average of 2.0 goals per home game this season and conceded 1.8 making a total of 3.8 goals scored per home game. Gus Poyet’s team have managed to average a goal per game on their travels but have conceded an average of 2.4 making a combined total of 3.4 goals scored per away match. With such high numbers, this game is another contender in the Over 2.5 goal market.

Newcastle will take on a QPR side that concedes an average of 2.8 goals per away game while only scoring 0.4. Newcastle score and concede an average on 1.4 goals per game but if they take advantage of QPR’s generosity in defence this game could also end up with Over 2.5 goals. QPR’s poor away scoring record means that this bet should be approached with caution.

The stats tell us that less caution is needed when looking at the Arsenal versus Man United game at the Emirates. With The Gunners home games averaging 3.2 goals per game and United’s away game’s totalling 3.0, this one looks like a hot contender for the Over 2.5 goals market.

Predictions:

Over 2.5 goals: Everton v West Ham United, Leicester v Sunderland, Arsenal v Man United

Barclays Premier League betting tips Over/Under 2.5 Goals: 22-24 November 2014unratedNeil2014-11-18 09:50:22In the Barclays Premier League goal betting market, there are clear opportunities this weekend. So let’s take a look at the Over/Under 2.5 goals mar…
Read full story · Comments { 0 }

Barclays Premier League corner betting tips: 22-24 November 2014

In this weekend’s Premier League fixture list, there are a few good opportunities for those wishing to enter the corner betting market.

Leicester will take on Sunderland at the King power stadium on Saturday and this game has a good chance of finishing with fewer than 10.5 goals. The Foxes win an average of 5.4 corners per home game but their opponents from the North East only manage to win an average of 3.6 away. The combined average of 9 makes this one a strong contender for under 10.5 corner bets.

At first glance the Everton versus West Ham game seems like a good choice for a high corner count. Everton win an average of 6.8 corners per home game while the Hammers have a best-in-league average of 7.6 corners won per away match. However, Everton concede fewer corners at home than any other team with an average of just 2 against and could restrict Sam Allardyce’s men to a more humble total this weekend.

With the game at Goodison ruled out, let’s take a look at Manchester City versus Swansea at the Etihad. The home side a have a fairly high average of 7 corners won per home game but they are facing the poorest team in the league when it comes to corners. Swansea have a low corner count of just 2 per away game and they are only slightly better at home. The chances of them improving this statistic against City on Saturday are slim. This is further emphasised by the fact that City only concede an average of 3.4 corners at home against all opposition.

The next game to grab the attention is Arsenal against Manchester United at the Emirates. This game stands out as a contender for over 10.5 goals. Arsenal top the league table for home corners won with an average of 10.4 per game. United are extremely tight at conceding corners on the road but will do well to reduce Arsenal by a significant amount. The Red Devils have managed to bag 5 corners per away game this season and this game looks like a good shout for those exploring the over 10.5 corner market.

Predictions:

Under 10.5 corners: Leicester v Sunderland, Manchester City v Swansea

Over 10.5 corners: Arsenal v Manchester

Barclays Premier League corner betting tips: 22-24 November 2014unratedNeil2014-11-18 09:00:51In this weekend’s Premier League fixture list, there are a few good opportunities for those wishing to enter the corner betting market.

Leicester…

Read full story · Comments { 0 }

Barclays Premier League corner betting tips: 8-9 November 2014

There is a full schedule of Premier League action to look forward to this weekend including four games on Sunday thanks to Tottenham and Everton’s Thursday night Europa League adventures.

Let’s take a quick look at some of the betting opportunities that are available this weekend in the corner betting market.

Corner betting

If we look at the under and over 10.5 corner market there are four games that stand out:

Under 10.5

Burnley v Hull City

Bottom-of-the-table Burnley have a fairly low average corner count of 4.4 per home game. Their opponents at Turf Moor on Saturday afternoon will Steve Bruce’s Hull City who currently sit 10th in the league. The Tiger’s average just 3.8 corners per away game but tend to concede quite a few with an average of 7.8 against.

Despite Hull’s ability to concede corners away, Burnley are the third worst team in the league at winning home corners. As a result, this game should be considered in the under 10.5 corner category with a total corner prediction of 8-9 and X-Corners total of under 20.

Swansea v Arsenal

Garry Monk’s Swansea team have impressed in many areas this season but winning corners is not one of their strong points. The Swans are not a team that likes getting to the by-line and only win an average of 1.8 corners per home game making them by far the worst in the league.

Their opponents this weekend will be Arsenal and Arsene Wenger’s team are pretty average when it comes to winning corners on the road. Their total of 4.6 per away game is just 0.2 above the overall league benchmark. Unless Swansea have a dramatic change of tactics, this game should produce the lowest corner count of any in this weekend’s Premier League programme. A total corner count of just 7-8 can be expected.

Over 10.5

Barclays Premiership corner tips

Barclays Premier League corner betting tips: 8-9 November 2014unratedNeil2014-11-09 12:30:37There is a full schedule of Premier League action to look forward to this weekend including four games on Sunday thanks to Tottenham and Everton’s T…
Read full story · Comments { 0 }