Premier League Preview 11/02/17: Angles & Statistics

Here @PricePerceivers take a look through Saturday’s Premier League fixture and provide relevant statistics and betting angles in order to help you betting.

Arsenal v Hull:

Arsenal come into this game on the back of consecutive Premier League losses. Their loss to Watford last time out at The Emirates was their first at home in the league since the opening day of the season against Liverpool. The Gunners have won 5 of their last 6 home games, scoring 2 or more goals in 4 of those 6 games. Arsenal have kept 1 clean sheet in their last 5 league games. Hull under Marcos Silva have won 2 of his 4 games in charge, losing just 1 and coming out unscathed in their last 2 matches, drawing to Man Utd and beating Liverpool. Hull’s point last time on the road at United was their first since September, ending a run of 9 consecutive away losses. Arsenal have had 6 or more corners in each of their last 5 home games while Hull have conceded 7 or more corners in each of the 2 away games under Marcos Silva. Arsenal have also conceded 4 or more corners in each of their last 6 home games.

Man Utd v Watford:

Utd are 15 games unbeaten in the league but have drawn 3 of their last 4. Utd have drawn 5 of their last 9 at home while both teams have scored in 5 of their last 7 home games. Watford’s last 3 league games have seen both teams score, including their last 2 away games. Watford have kept 1 clean sheet away from home this season. Watford have scored 2+ in each of their last 3 league games, a feat they had only achieved on 5 occasions all season prior to this which could suggest that January acquisitions have added attacking firepower to The Hornets. Watford have won their last 2 league games and are unbeaten in their last 4. In terms of corners, Utd have had 5 or more corners in 9 of their last 10 home games while Watford have had 4 or more corners in each of their last 4 away games.

Middlesbrough v Everton:

Middlesbrough are 7 league games without a win, including 3 home games. 5 of those 7 games have seen Under 2.5 goals. Everton have won 4 of their last 5 league games and are unbeaten in their last 7 including 4 away matches. Everton have scored in each of their last 11 league games including 5 consecutive away games. Everton’s 12 away games this season have split in terms of Overs and Unders, with 6 apiece, although 4 of their last 6 away games have had under 2.5 goals. Everton have had 4 or more corners in each of their last 5 away trips.

Stoke v Crystal Palace:

Stoke have lost just 1 of their last 5 league games and just 1 of their last 10 home games. Stoke have drawn 4 of their last 5 at home. Crystal Palace have lost 5 of their last 6 and have failed to score in 3 of their last 4. Under Allardyce, none of Palace’s 3 away games have seen both teams score whereas both teams have scored in 3 of Stoke’s last 4 home games and 6 of their last 8 more generally. 6 of Stoke’s last 7 home games have had under 2.5 goals. Stoke have given away 4 or more corners in each of their 12 home matches this season

Sunderland v Southampton:

Sunderland have lost just 2 of their last 7 home games and come into this game on the back of a 4-0 win away to Crystal Palace. Southampton have lost 6 of their last 7 league games and their last 3 on the road. The Saints have failed to score in 4 of their last 6 away games, Sunderland have kept clean sheets in each of their last 2 league games. 3 of Sunderland’s last 5 home games have had under 2.5 goals whereas 3 of Sunderland’s last 4 away games have had over 2.5 goals. Jermain Defoe has scored 6 of Sunderland’s last 8 league goals and 14 of their 24 league goals this season. Southampton have had 4 or more corners in each of their last 7 away games.

West Ham v West Brom:

West Ham have won 6 of their last 9 league games and 3 of their last 5 at home. West Brom have lost just 1 of their last 6 league games but have lost 3 of their last 5 away from home. West Brom’s last 3 league games have all had under 2.5 goals as well as 4 of their last 6 away games. Both teams have not scored in any of West Ham’s last 5 home games. 3 of those 5 games have had under 2.5 goals, however the most recent 2 had over 2.5. More generally, West Ham’s last 4 league games have had over 2.5 goals

Liverpool v Tottenham:

Liverpool have not won any of their last 5 league games and have lost 2 of their last 3. Tottenham are unbeaten in 9 league games, including their last 4 away from home although their most recent 2 away games were both drawn. Both teams have scored in 4 of Liverpool’s last 5 league games and in 4 of their last 5 home matches. Both teams have scored in 3 of Spurs’ last 4 away games. Liverpool have kept 1 clean sheet in their last 7 league games while Spurs have kept 1 clean sheet in their last 7 away games. Spurs have had 4 or more corners in 10 of their 12 away games this season and have had 8 or more in 7 of those 12. Liverpool have had 4 or more corners in 6 of their last 7 home games.

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