Premiership Preview – 12 April 2013

This entry was posted on Friday, April 12th, 2013

Everton lie in wait for Queens Park Rangers this weekend, and we expect the Toffees to make life even stickier for the West London side. That said, we’re not enticed by the general 4/9 available on the Scousers. Instead, we’ll back both teams to score at 20/21 with Ladbrokes. Moyes’ boys have only failed to score in one home Premier League game, whilst QPR have been good for a goal in their last seven away games, including two in each of their last three. In addition, Loic Remy has scored four in five and looks big at 12/5 to score anytime with Bet365.

Aston Villa appear to have timed their run to survival perfectly with three wins in four and it should continue on Saturday against Fulham. 2.34 with Betfair appears generous.

Arsenal are engaging in their now annual trick of flirting with life outside the top four, only to get themselves in gear in time for the final push – they’ve now won six of their last seven in the Premier League. Norwich visit this weekend and we’ll back Arsenal to score in both halves, something they’ve done in their two recent victories against Reading and West Brom. It is a 4/6 shot with Bet365.

Reading have lost seven straight league matches and Liverpool should make it eight at the Mad Stad. The Reds have been inconsistent all season, but they’ve shown in games such as their 4-0 win at Wigan last month, how they can tear apart mediocre teams on their day. We’ll take a risk on Liverpool -1 on the handicap at 5/4 with Ladbrokes.

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