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Arsenal welcome Liverpool to the Emirates on Saturday afternoon in the late kick off as they look to strengthen their grip on the summit of the Premier League table as Christmas approaches. They go into this match on the back of a bad week results wise as they have been beaten by Dortmund in the Champions league at home as well as Chelsea progressing in the Capital One Cup at their expense.
Liverpool have been in mixed form of late with a good win against West Brom last weekend soured by the dropped points against 10 man Newcastle that has seen them slip down to 3rd position. They will not have it so easy against a rested Arsenal 11 who will be worked hard in training as Wenger looks to drill out the errors that have cost them their winning streak in the last week and a half.
Liverpool and Arsenal have not really been tested this season in the league and even Liverpool’s win against Manchester United was not one we would put too much weight by as the Old Trafford club did not turn up for that match. We cannot see Liverpool coping well with the big pitch at the Emirates and the midfield dynamism of Ozil, Wilshire and Cazorla. Arsenal look a good price in the draw no bet market at 4/6.
The FIFA Ballon D’or shortlist has been released this morning and unsurprisingly features a lot of talent from the ranks of Bayern Munich. This years Champions League winners brushed all before them aside and as a result they have some short priced contenders in their ranks.
Lionel Messi cannot be overlooked easily after what he has done on both the domestic, European and International stage and is currently best odds of 7/4 to take the prestigious award. Of course his case is not helped by the fact his club side Barcelona did not grace the Champions League final. While the joint favorite for the award Franck Ribery was part of the successful free scoring attack of Bayern Munich that eventually edged past Borossia Dortmund to claim the title.
Some of the less likely candidates include Ribery’s team mate Arjen Robben who has enjoyed a good season but not quite reached the heights of his French counter part. The Dutchman does have an edge in the sense he did score the winning goal in the final of this years Champions League just one year on from missing a penalty against his old club Chelsea that cost Bayern Munich the title this year. Surely a good story of character that will sit well with the judges and at 66/1 is worth an outside bet.
Looking at this history of this award however there is a strong chance that Messi at 7/4 can offer another consistent return.
A great match this Saturday with high flying Arsenal, entertaining Norwich City. The international break will surely test the gunners resolve with fatigue and complacency a major factor to this game. Norwich will need to win after a poor start to the season only winning one of their last 3 away games (a 0-1 win at Stoke). They lie 18th in the league and a big win against one of the big teams will really kick start their season. Arsenal’s home form has been impressive of late and will hope Giroud, Ozil and Ramsey continue to excite fans with their sublime displays, Giroud scoring 4 goals in 7 games for the gunners. Norwich will need Ricky Van Wolfswinkel to end his 6 match goal draught after scoring in the opening game against Everton. Gary Hooper will hope to get a start alongside Johan Elmander. Head to head Norwich have the ability to upset the odds and a 3-3 draw back in May 2012 will hold testament to that. A comfortable win for the gunners is predicted this time although they will have to be merciless in their attack. The odds for this game are for a home win 3/10. A draw 19/4 and an away victory 21/1. Whatever the result I’m sure it’ll be a cracking game. Claim £30 in free bets by clicking here
What a cracker we have for you this weekend with struggling Newcastle against high rising Liverpool in the early kick off. After last seasons embarrassing 0-6 drubbing the Toon Army will expect a nothing less then pay back. Liverpool however will be rallied by that result which saw Daniel Sturridge score an impressive brace. The striker has been in lethal form this season, leading the scoring charts with 6 goals. Loic Remy has been Newcastle’s cure after a poor start and has scored 5 goals. An excellent performance against Cardiff the last time out he’ll surely give Liverpool something to think about. The return of Luis Suarez and his perfect partnership with Sturridge is bound to produce goals. Looking at the form guide Newcastle lie 11th with 10 points while Liverpool sit joint top with Arsenal on 16 points. It’ll certainly be test of fitness after most players playing twice for their respected countries during the international break. I’m expecting a battle of a match and my predicted score will go in Liverpool’s favour winning by the odd goal.The odds are as follows for the home win 17/5. For the away win 10/11 and for a draw 14/5.
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Another international feast we have in store for tonight with the ‘Three Lions’ taking on Poland. This encounter comes after mixed results for both teams in their respective matches at the weekend. England have booked there World Cup place but will have to guard against complacency against a team playing for pride. Poland who were beaten 0-1 by the Ukraine will need a morale boosting win, while England thumped Montenegro 4-1. England’s last encounter with Poland in October 2012 ended in a lackluster 1-1 draw. The inform Daniel Sturridge and ever present Wayne Rooney will certainly give Poland a headache. A surprise pick in Andros Townsend worked wonders for Roy Hodgson as the middle fielder produced a sublime display. The Polish have their own hero in Robert Lewandowski. The prolific striker will no doubt test England’s resilience and shouldn’t be taken lightly. Also the ever present Jakub Blaszczykowski who’s battling performances will surly rally a team in need off a boost. I’m expecting another emphatic win for the home side and lots of goals as pride and passion fires up the expectant crowd. The odds for this game are for a home win 2/7. A draw 11/2 and an away win 14/1respectively.
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Leyton Orient v Milton Keynes: Orient to win at 2,30
Orient are leading in the top of the table and they will be keen to comeback to winning ways following two draws. The visitors have struggled on the road so we backing them.
Preston v Crewe: Preston to win at 1,50
Crewe are leaving a nightmare as they have problems in attack and in defence and sitting towards the bottom of the table. Preston, on the other hand have a strong team which will be keen to get another three points and move towards the top of the table.
Stevenage v Brentford: Brentford to win at 1,80
The hosts are having a very difficult season as they are second from bottom and come into this match following four defeats in a row. The visitors are in mid-table and they have in my opinion what it takes to add on to the misery of Stevenage. Back the visitors to win at 1.80.
The Brazilian side are already qualified for the World Cup as they are the hosting country so those friendly games are the only opportunity for Scolari to check and test that progresses of his squad.
Today they will take on South Korea will have already qualified as they have ended in second place in the Asian group. There is a lot of excitement already in Brazil for the World Cup tournament which will start next summer. Fans believe that this could be the right time after 12 years for the sixth triumph. Looking at their squad we cannot disagree as they have top players of great quality. Considering that Scolari can only pick 23, we can expect that today a lot of players will try to impress the Brazilian manager.
South Korea really doesn’t have a team which could cause issues to Brazil and even if they are playing at home this will not really reduce the gap between those two sides. Odds are very low for Brazil so my suggestion is to back them to win with one goal handicap as you can get a prize of 1.85.
Newcastle will play host to a Liverpool side full of confidence after back to back wins has seen them close the gap at the top on Arsenal. Newcastle have some defensive concerns but that aside they will be looking to prove to the St James faithful the season ahead can be a promising one with the attacking talent at their disposal. Ben Arfa has not been at his best this season but if he clicks into gear there is a big challenge for a Liverpool defense that is still gelling and yet to find the best partnerships.
Liverpool are good odds at just short of even money for an away day victory. Newcastle at 6/1 are not a bad outside bet for the accumulator boosting coupons. Our bet of the day on this one is on goals though with both teams to score in this fixture never letting you down and over 2.5 goals both priced at a reasonable 4/6 and 4/5 respectively. Get the best odds on Newcastle v Liverpool with Ladbrokes as well as a Bet £10 get £30 free bet. For more Premier League offers and refunds on the Premier League after the International break visit Ladbrokes now.