Football / Preview / Premier League And Spl Football 06 03 2010

Premier League & SPL Football

Subscribe here for Game Notes from the five televised Premier Legaue & SPL fixtures this weekend, including Liverpool's trip to Wigan.

Liverpool's Fernando Torres


Premier League: Wolves v Man Utd (Sat, 17:30)

Asian handicap (Away -1.5): Wolves were roundly criticized for their team selection in the reverse fixture earlier this season but will surely go all-out for this as they look to avoid the drop. Wolves have lost half their 14 home games this season with six L/Ls and five defeats by two or more goals, including two L/Ls and two defeats by two clear goals in their three home games vs. Big Four sides. Man Utd have won half their 14 away this term with all seven wins by two or more goals. Moreover, they’ve won eight of their last nine away games against bottom-six teams with six W/Ws and five wins by two clear goals.


SPL: Falkirk v Celtic (Sun, 13:15)

HT outcome (Draw): Falkirk have drawn the first half in eight of their 12 home games this season as well as in three of five matches hosting the Big Two since the start of last season. Celtic have been level at the break in seven of their last nine away matches and in eight of 10 overall, as well as in seven of their eight trips to bottom-three teams since 2008/09.


SPL: Dundee Utd v Hearts (Sun, 15:30)

Over/Under (-2.0 goals): Dundee have been inconsistent recently but have had fewer than three goals in four of their last six home matches with three having -1.5 goals. Hearts are not that good on the road but have won three in-a-row overall and 10 of their last 11 trips to top-half non-Big Two teams have finished with -2.5 goals and seven have had no more than a single goal. More generally, eight of their last 10 away games have had -2.5 goals with four having -1.5.


Premier League: Everton v Hull (Sun, 16:00)

HT/FT (W/W): Everton have been one of the best teams in the league since the start of the year and have won their last five home games, including three against the top five, with four wins by at least two goals. Moreover, they’re unbeaten in their last 11 home games against bottom-half teams with nine wins, including seven wins by two-clear goals and six W/Ws. Hull have trailed at half-time in 10 of their last 11 away games as they’ve suffered eight L/Ls and seven defeats by two clear goals. Moreover, they’ve lost six of their last nine trips to top-half non-Big Four teams.


Premier League: Wigan v Liverpool (Mon, 20:00)

Asian handicap (Away -1): With Torres back for Liverpool the Reds will expect to make a push for the Champions League positions from now till the end of the season. Wigan are in poor form and have had just one win in 13 (against Wolves) and they’ve lost 10 of their last 15 home games against top-six teams (W1-D4-L10) with six L/Ls, seven defeats to-nil and six defeats by two-clear goals. Liverpool have been improving slowly and have won six of their 10 games overall since their shock defeat at Portsmouth. Moreover, they’ve won eight of their last 14 away games against bottom-six teams with six wins by two-clear goals.

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