A full midweek Premier League schedule will always whet the whistle to bring some good quality football to our screens and to our coupons. Check out my latest both teams to score treble for the domestic action on Tuesday and Wednesday.
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Brighton v Leeds
Both teams to score odds – 17/16 – 888sport
If we take away all the newspaper headlines we are left with a great tie on Tuesday evening as eighth placed Brighton host Leeds United who are pushing on in tenth. Both sides picked up three points over the weekend and will be aiming to replicate that here.
I really like the look of this one for at least a Brighton goal. At home the Seagulls have found the back of the net in all but one league game and tonight they come up against a Leeds side that have conceded in each of their last eight matches. With stats like those it points to nothing but goals for Albion. A push for a Play Off place is in full swing and Brighton will certainly be aiming to attack a lot more often than defend here.
As the almost new Leeds owner dots the i’s and crosses the t’s in his takeover, a new era of uncertainty and nonetheless excitement dawns on the huge club of Leeds United. Brian McDermott has suffered this insecurity already, having been sacked and then brought back from the dead due to popular demand. Chaos. Manager McDermott repaid the support of the fans and players by crafting an important victory in the early kick off last Saturday as they came from behind to beat Yeovil 2-1. Leeds will continue to be buoyed in support of their manager and I can see them delivering another result here in their quest for a Play Off place.
Newcastle United v Tottenham Hotspur
Both teams to score odds – 7/10 – 888sport
Newcastle suffered at the hands of an Eden Hazard hatrick for Chelsea at Stamford Bridge over the weekend and Alan Pardew will look to turn around the morale of the players after they have been clearly affected by the loss of Joe Kinnear. Only joking. Tottenham too were desperate for a win before Sunday and they duly delivered with an important three points at home verses a tough Everton side.
Newcastle have indeed felt the affects of losing Yohann Cabaye to Paris Saint Germain during the January transfer window as well as having lost top scorer Loic Remy to suspension. These set backs have been coupled with bad form including three defeats in a row at St James’ Park and not a single goal was scored in these games. The fans are expecting a big performance, which I believe the Toon will deliver. I just cannot see them going four home games without a goal.
My trust in Newcastle to score also leads to me to believe they will concede as they have done so in their last seven games at home, and up against a Tottenham side with plenty of talent including Adebayor, Eriksen, Paulinho, Dembele and Lennon, I believe it will be increased to eight games in a row. Spurs have found the back of the net in each of their last nine matches and Tim Sherwood has got them playing far more expansively than his predecessor and despite results not always going their way they are finding the back of the net far more frequently
Fulham v Liverpool
Both teams to score odds – 11/17 – 888sport
Fulham pulled off the shock result of the weekend by taking the lead and then coming from behind to snatch a 2-2 draw at Old Trafford on Sunday. that will only give them confidence coming in to the game against deadly Liverpool who also had a result which left many with raised eyebrows as the Reds thoroughly turned over Arsenal in a 5-1 annihilation at Anfield.
At home Fulham have failed to score just once and that was their last league game at Craven Cottage against Southampton in a 3-0 thrashing. The team has changed vastly during this short time with the five January signings now eligible we saw a different sort of team against Manchester United; one with energy and passion.
William Kvist has added more defensive grit and leadership in the centre of the midfield and Ryan Tunnicliffe-energy, and with record signing goal scorer Kostas Mitroglou in line to make his debut, things are looking a little better in South West London. Another result for the Cottagers may be too much to ask but I can see them scoring.
Liverpool along with title challengers Chelsea are the teams you want to avoid right now, and confidence cannot be higher on Merseyside after the mauling they handed out in their last outing against Arsenal who were League leaders at the time. That victory stretched their unbeaten run to six games. The Reds are up against a Fulham side bottom of the table who have conceded in each of their last ten matches and you just know Daniel Sturridge and Luis Suarez will be rubbing their hands at the prospect of another thrashing.