Football / Preview / Premier League Football 13 03 2010

Premier League Football

Subscribe here for Game Notes from the five televised Premier League matches this weekend including Man Utd v Fulham.

Man Utd' Dimitar Berbatov and Nemanja Vidic


Spurs v Blackburn (Sat, 12:45)

HT/FT W/W: Spurs have won nine of their 14 home games this season with eight W/Ws and have recorded the double result in each of their last 10 wins overall. Moreover, Spurs have won nine of their last 11 home games against middle-third teams with seven W/Ws including five W/Ws in their last six hosting teams placed 9th-15th. Blackburn have lost 15 of 19 away games with 12 L/Ls and have lost their last 11 trips to top-six teams with seven L/Ls.


Hull City v Arsenal (Sat, 17:30)

HT/FT L/L: Hull have taken just one point from six home games against Big Four teams since 2008/09 with all five defeats by the L/L double and four by at least two goals. Furthermore they’ve conceded eight goals in their last two matches and have lost their last three, although they were all away. Arsenal have won four-in-a-row and have won eight of their last 11 trips to bottom-six teams with six W/Ws and six by two or more goals. The only worry for Arsenal ahead of this game could come if Fabregas is not fit after going off injured in their win last weekend.


Man Utd v Fulham (Sun, 13:30)

Home Win to nil: Man Utd have won their last six home games without conceding a goal and all by at least three goal margins and have had eight wins to-nil in their last nine home games. Moreover, they’ve won 19 of their 21 home games against middle-third teams since 2007/08 with 16 wins to-nil and 17 by two-clear goals. Fulham are unbeaten in five matches and have won their last two games against United (both at Craven Cottage). However, they’ve failed to score in four away games and are winless in 13 on the road. Moreover, they’ve failed to score in five of their eight trips to top-six teams under Roy Hodgson (W0-D4-L4).


Sunderland v Man City (Sun, 16:00)

-2.5 goals: Man City are a tough team to predict as they lose away at Hull one week and then win at Chelsea the next and so there are no strong trends when they play away. Sunderland have had under 2.5 goals in eight of their last 10 home matches and have been beaten just once in their last 13 at home. Moreover, they’ve had -2.5 goals in 15/25 home matches against top-half teams since 2007/08. Man City have had fewer than three goals in nine of their last 14 trips to bottom-half teams including five of eight this season.


Liverpool v Portsmouth (Mon, 20:00)

Home Win to nil: Liverpool have won their last six home games with four wins-to-nil and since 2007/08 have won 14 of 16 home matches against bottom-six finishers and current bottom-six teams this term (W14-D2-L0) with 10 wins-to-nil. Portsmouth have lost 13 of their last 18 away matches with 10 defeats without scoring and they’ve lost 10 of their last 12 trips to top-half teams with eight defeats-to-nil. Further, they’ve lost all eight away matches this season against the current top 12 with six defeats to-nil.

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