Published on April 8th, 2011 | by Sportingly Better Tipster1
Premiership Betting Tips 9th & 10th April
Saturday’s early kick off in the Premier League is at Molineux with Wolves back in the drop zone following a 4-1 defeat by Newcastle and will be desperate for 3 points against David Moyes’ Everton. Losing Kevin Doyle is a blow for Mick McCarthy, but the Irishman has hinted that he will play a 4-4-2 formation against Everton, with Fletcher and Ebanks-Blake up front. McCarthy will know his best chance of avoiding the drop is at home and Wolves’ last 4 games at home have all featured at least 3 goals, with a 3-3 thriller recorded against Spurs last time out.
Everton also had a fair share of goals last time out with a 2-2 draw against Aston Villa. Everton will look to keep their unbeaten run of 5 games going and finish the second half of the season strongly once again. With Wolves desperate for 3 points, an attacking set up from Wolves should yield plenty of goals in a crucial encounter.
Over 2.5 goals (Wolves vEverton) @2.07
West Brom remain unbeaten under Roy Hodgson since his appointment back in February and have risen to 13th after some credible results including a 2-1 victory over Liverpool last time out. West Brom have also picked up a credible draw against Arsenal and have won 2 of their last 3 games. West Brom are actually unbeaten in 6 games now and the contrast could not be more different against Saturday’s opponents Sunderland.
The Black Cats are in free fall and Steve Bruce’s side have now lost 6 of their last 7 games. Goals have dried up with Sunderland having not scored in over 440 minutes of football. England capped Danny Welbeck should return which would be a huge boost for the side and provide much needed competition for Asamoah Gyan. These two sides met in August with West Brom the victors and with the Baggies unbeaten run under Hodgson and Sunderland’s lack of goals, a positive result looks likely for West Brom.
West Brom 0, +0.5 AH (Asian Handicap) @1.95
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