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Premier League Football (20/02/2010)

Subscribe here for Game Notes from the five televised Premier Legaue fixtures this weekend, including Wigan v Spurs.

Wigan's Maynor Figueroa



Everton v Man Utd (Sat, 12:45)

-2.5 goals: Everton are on a four-game winning streak at home, and have lost just once in their last 11 matches overall and once in their last 12 at home. Moreover, by beating Chelsea they ended a 24 match winless streak against the Big Four. Everton have had -2.5 goals in eight of their last 10 home games, as well as in seven of their 11 games hosting the Big Four since 2007/08. Man Utd are also in excellent form having won six of their last eight matches, but have had fewer than three goals in 11 of their 16 trips to top-half non-Big Four teams since 2007/08.


Portsmouth v Stoke (Sat, 17:30)

-2.0 goals: There are no particularly strong trends in this match. However, Portsmouth have had fewer than three goals in seven of their 12 home games this season, as well as in five of their six matches hosting middle-third teams since the start of last season. Stoke have had -2.5 goals in 10 of their last 11 away games with five matches having no more than a single goal.


Blackburn v Bolton (Sun, 12:00)

Home win: Blackburn have won their last three home games and managed four in-a-row earlier this season. Blackburn have now won 10 of their last 17 home matches whilst losing only twice, and are unbeaten in 13 home games against bottom-half teams with nine wins. Bolton have failed to score in five of their seven matches since Owen Coyle took charge and the Trotters have lost six of their last nine away games without winning. Moreover, Bolton have lost nine of 17 trips to teams placed 9th-15th since 2007/08 (W2-D6-L9).


Aston Villa v Burnley (Sun, 14:00)

HT/FT W/W: Aston Villa have won nine of their last 11 home games against bottom-six teams, with all nine wins by the W/W double, six by two or more goals and six with the win to-nil. Moreover, they’ve won seven of their last eight hosting bottom-half teams with seven cleans sheets, six wins to-nil and six W/Ws. Burnley have lost 12 of their 13 away matches this season with nine L/Ls, and their last six all lost without scoring. Moreover, they’ve lost five of their six trips to top-half teams by three or more goals. Furthermore, top-half teams have won all seven home games against teams that have lost seven in-a-row away since 2004/05, with five W/Ws and five wins by two or more goals (3/6 by four clear goals).


Wigan v Spurs (Sun, 16:15)

2.0 goals: Wigan have had fewer than three goals in seven of their last eight home games with three having just a single goal and in their midweek home game against Bolton the awful pitch conditions resulted in only one shot on target from either team. Further back since 2007/08 Wigan have had -2.5 goals in 72% of 50 home games and -1.5 goals in 44%. Moreover, their last six home matches against top-half non-Big Four teams have all ended with -2.5 goals with five featuring no more than a single strike. Spurs are struggling to score at the moment and have had -2.5 goals in all of their last nine games with half the last eight having -1.5 goals.


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