4 Bets 2 Watch – Premier League Weekend 17th September 2011

This entry was posted on Saturday, September 17th, 2011

- Arsenal recovered from their 8-2 mauling at Old Trafford by edging past Swansea City, and recording a good point in Dortmund. We expect them to continue their recovery at a desperately poor Blackburn Rovers side, still yet to win this season in the league. With just three goals from four games, Blackburn may struggle to score against an improving Arsenal backline. Back the Gunners to win at 10/11 with Bet365, and back them to win to nil at 12/5 with Ladbrokes.

– We successfully tipped Swansea to draw 0-0 in their last home game, and it’s tempting to play it again as they welcome West Brom. The Baggies have scored just three times in four league games, whilst the Swans remain without a goal at all. A third goalless draw is available at 10.0 on Betfair.

– After an emphatic 4-0 victory at QPR on the opening day, Bolton have been on the wrong end of three defeats, conceding 11 goals in the process. Only once since February have the Norwich travelling support not seen their team score and we’ll back them to add to the three goals they’ve scored in the league this season. A 2-1 victory for Bolton looks tempting at 15/2 with Bet365, whilst both teams to score is a fair priced 4/5 with Ladbrokes.

– Villa look the slightly stronger outfit and should end Newcastle’s unbeaten run whilst protecting their own. Neither side has conceded many in the opening games, so 1-0 Aston Villa at 8.6 on Betfair looks a fair price. Charles N’Zogbia / Insomnia has only faced his former side once before, scoring twice for Wigan, so a small punt on him to open the scoring at 10/1 with Bet365 could prove profitable.

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