Arsenal Vs Liverpool Preview 2 November 2013

Arsenal will be looking to bounce back from back-to-back defeats at The Emirates in the late kick off on Saturday against Liverpool.
Arsenal have lost just one of their last 12 clashes with Liverpool, winning four and drawing seven and will be aiming to extend this run.

Match Odds

Arsenal – 13/10 Bet Victor
Draw – 5/2 William Hill
Liverpool – 12/5 Betfred

If Liverpool win on Saturday it will be the first time Arsenal will have lost three consecutive home games since their move to The Emirates stadium.
The last time the both sides met at The Emirates the points were shared as Arsenal came from 2-0 down to get a draw. If you fancy history to repeat itself you can get 13/1 (Bet Victor) for a 2-2 draw.
Both teams have been in excellent form in the league coming into this game. With Arsenal adding to bottom of the league Crystal Palace’s woes with a 2-0 win at Selhurst Park and Liverpool’s strike force seeing off West Brom 4-1 at Anfield.

History proves that November is Arsenal’s least productive month in Premier League so Liverpool will be hoping this continues.

Arsene Wenger made a number of changes for the midweek clash against Chelsea as they crashed out of the Capital One cup. So the regular first teamers should not be tired for the game against Liverpool.

By contrast Liverpool had a break midweek as they were knocked out of the Capital One cup in the previous round and will have a fresh squad and will also welcome back Phillipe Coutinho from injury.

Arsenal will bring back their big hitters like Mesut Ozil back into the side as well as Olivier Giroud, (11/2 first scorer Coral) after Nicklas Bendtner put in a lacklustre performance in the midweek defeat to Chelsea.

Liverpool’s front two will be looking to continue their impressive form this season. Suarez (11/2 first scorer Skybet) and Sturridge (6/1first scorer Ladbrokes) have netted 14 times between themselves this season, with Sturridge scoring in all but one league game for The Reds.

This will be the toughest test yet for the Arsenal defence as they come up against the two inform strikers in the Premier League.
The draw at 5/2 with William Hill looks a good bet at the price it is. All three results are possible but going into the game both sides would settle for a draw and with seven draws in the last 12 meetings between the teams then 5/2 is good value.


Olivier Giroud and Luis Suarez both to score @ 11/2 Skybet

    Everton v Liverpool Derby Match Preview 28 October 2012

    Everton host rivals from across Stanley Park, Liverpool at Goodison Park on Sunday afternoon.
    In what will be the first Merseyside Derby since the Truth came out about the Hillsborough disaster in 1989, it will be guaranteed that it will be an emotional occasion.
    The city of Liverpool has fought for the Truth and justice for 23 years and still continue to fight for the families of the 96.
    Everton are going into the game tomorrow as many peoples favourites- which is rare because Liverpool have had the upper recently.
    Everton will be hoping that star man Marouane Fellaini is passed fit for the game as he could play a key part in which way the game could go.
    The Belgian international has been in fine form this season for the Blue’s and Moyes will be hoping that he can start the game and continue with his brilliant performances so far this season.
    Moyes will be without Steven Pienaar (suspended) and Darron Gibson (thigh).
    Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has no new injury concerns after Thursday night’s win in the Europa League.
    However the fitness of goalkeeper Pepe Reina will be assessed before the game and he could return Sunday afternoon.
    Rodgers could have numerous Merseyside Derby debutants starting on Sunday including Joe Allen, Andre Wisdom, Suso and Raheem Sterling.
    However with the vast amount experience around these players Rodgers will believe that his youngsters will be able to cope with the game.
    Whoever wins the game will have the bragging rights for a while but Everton have not had the bragging rights since 2010, which was their last victory in this game.
    Everton (from): Howard, Distin, Jagielka, Baines, Hibbert, Neville, Osman, Fellaini, Jelavic, Mucha, Gueye, Heitinga, Anichebe, Mirallas, Naismith, Oviedo, Coleman, Vellios, Hitzlsperger.
    Liverpool (from): Reina, Jones, Johnson, Enrique, Agger, Coates, Carragher, Skrtel, Wisdom, Robinson, Sahin, Gerrard, Cole, Henderson, Downing, Allen, Sterling, Shelvey, Suarez, Assaidi, Suso, Yesil.
    Everton- 17/10 (Ladbrokes)
    Draw- 23/10 (Skybet)
    Liverpool- 19/10 (StanJames)

    1st Goalscorer
    Jelavic- 7/1 (StanJames)
    Fellaini- 12/1 (StanJames)
    Mirallas- 8/1 (StanJames)
    Suarez- 13/2 (PaddyPower)
    Gerrard- 9/1 (StanJames)
    Sterling- 12/1 (BetFred)
    My Tip:
    Keep your money in your pocket because this could go either way.
    Seriously though a score draw: 1-1 6/1- StanJames

      Liverpool v Reading Match Preview 2012

      Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is looking to get his first home win in the Premier League against former employees Reading on Saturday afternoon.
      The Reds have played well this season but just haven’t got the results to match their performances.
      Rodgers is facing a fitness crisis for the Reading game after finding out this week that, striker; Fabio Borini will be out for three months.
      There will also be a late fitness test for Goalkeeper Pepe Reina who felt a twinge in his hamstring during a half-time warm up on international duty for Spain.
      Injuries could give opportunities to young forwards Samed Yesil or Adam Morgan who will be looking for an opportunity after the development of a number academy players this year.
      Also goalkeeper Brad Jones could start his first Premier League game for Liverpool since he signed for the club.
      Midfielder Jonjo Shelvey is also available again after suspension.
      Reading are still looking for their first win of the season and will want to get out of the relegation zone and look up the table soon.
      Reading, similar to Liverpool have put in a number of good performances but haven’t been able to get the results.
      Striker Noel Hunt is a doubt with a heel problem but midfielder Mikele Leigertwood has recovered from a dead leg.
      There are no new injury worries for Brian McDermott.
      Team News:
      Liverpool (from): Reina, Wisdom, Skrtel, Agger, Johnson, Gerrard, Allen, Sahin, Suso, Suarez, Sterling, Jones, Carragher, Coates, Henderson, Shelvey, Cole, Assaidi, Downing, Morgan, Yesil.
      Reading (from): McCarthy, Taylor, Gunter, Cummings, Gorkss, Pearce, Mariappa, Shorey, Harte, McAnuff, Guthrie, Leigertwood, Tabb, McCleary, Kebe, Pogrebnyak, Le Fondre, Hunt, Robson-Kanu, Church, Roberts.
      Liverpool: 2/5 (William Hill)
      Draw: 4/1 (Bet365)
      Reading: 19/2 (Bet Victor)
      Luis Suarez 1st Goal: 7/2 (Coral)
      Steven Gerrard 1st Goal: 6/1 (Bet365)
      Suso 1st Goal: 9/1 (Paddy Power)
      Pavel Pogrebnyak 1st Goal: 12/1 (Blue Square)
      Adam Le Fondre 1st Goal: 18/1 (Bwin)
      Jobi McAnuff 1st Goal: 22/1 (Bet365)
      My Tip:
      With Martin Skrtel a threat from set-pieces backing the centre half as an anytime goalscorer would be my bet. 13/2 (Paddy Power)

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        David Price v Audley Harrison Preview Battle Of The Olympians

        We would like to Introduce you to Paul Philbin, who has joined #teambettingportal his first story is a preview to the big fight this weekend. You can follow Paul on Twitter @paulphilbin OK without further delay here is his the preview to the big one.

        On Saturday night the city of Liverpool will host ‘Battle of the Olympians’.
        It is a heavyweight contest between the cities own David Price and London’s Audley Harrison.
        Harrison has recently been out of the spotlight after a defeat to David Haye back in 2010.
        The fight will be for the British and Commonwealth heavyweight titles- with the Scouser heavy favourites with all bookmakers.
        Questions have been asked about the fight to whether it is a fight that the public are happy with.
        After recent performances from Harrison everyone is expecting Price to win in quick, spectacular style but the 40-year-old Londoner will not go down easy.
        A lot of people round Boxing have been speaking about Price maybe going after one of the Klitschko brothers in the future.
        But if Harrison pulls off a surprise win questions will be asked about what the future holds for David Price.
        Both fighters have a lot of respect for each other with Price even speaking to Harrison to the build-up for his Olympic games but stated that he is going to ‘knock his head off’.
        Whatever happens Saturday night it will certainly be a brilliant atmosphere and it could be another step in the right direction to establishing himself as a world-class heavyweight for David Price.

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        Current best Battle Of The Olympians odds

        David Price 1/8 (Betfred)
        Audley Harrison 17/2 (Betfair)
        Draw 35/1 (Paddy Power)
        My Tip:
        David Price win in the 5th round 8/1 (Skybet)

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        Battle Of The Olympians Undercard

        4×3 Welterweight Sean Lewis v Ross Payne
        4×3 Cruiserweight Louis Cuddy v TBA
        6×3 Cruiserweight Danny Price v Martin Grainger
        6×3 Heavyweight Matt Skelton v Jacov Gospic
        12×3 British & Commonwealth Flyweight Title Chris Edwards v Kevin Satchel
        12×3 Vacant British Cruiserweight Title John Lewis Dickinson v Shane McPhilbin
        12×3 British & Commonwealth Heavyweight David Price v Audley Harrison
        10×3 Final Eliminator British Light Welterweight Title Adil Anwar v Dale MIles
        6×3 Flyweight Paul Edwards v Gareth Smith
        4×3 Lightweight Sean Dodd v Dan Carr


        4×3 Light Heavyweight Wayne Adyni v TBA
        6 x3 Super Featherweight Ryan Farag v TBA
        4×3 Middleweight Neil Perkins v Nicky Jenman
        4×3 Light Welterweight Tommy Carus v TBA