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Premier League Pointers – Sunday 31st January

Leicester vs Leeds

Leicester stats and averages

Goals scored – 1.8 goals per game

Goals conceded – 1.1 goals per game

Corners for them – 5.4 per game

Corners for their opponents – 4.85 per game

Yellow cards for them – 1.95 per game

Yellow cards for their opponents – 1.6 per game

Red cards for them – 0 per game

Red cards for their opponents – 0 per game

Leicester have played 20 games this season

They have scored in – 16 games

They have conceded in – 14 games

Games with over 1.5 goals – 16 games

Games with over 2. 5 goals – 11 games

Games where both teams scored – 9 games

Games with 3+ corners for them – 18 games

Games with 3+ corners for their opponents – 17 games

Games with 9+ match corners – 14 games

Games with 10+ booking points for them – 19 games

Games with 10+ booking points for opponents – 17 games

Games with 30+ match booking points – 13 games

Leeds stats and averages

Goals scored – 1.68 goals per game

Goals conceded – 1.84 goals per game

Corners for them – 5.89 per game

Corners for their opponents – 5.63 per game

Yellow cards for them – 1.47 per game

Yellow cards for their opponents – 1.15 per game

Red cards for them – 0 per game

Red cards for their opponents – 0.10 per game

Leeds have played 19 games this season

They have scored in – 15 games

They have conceded in – 13 games

Games with over 1.5 goals – 13 games

Games with over 2. 5 goals – 12 games

Games where both teams scored – 10 games

Games with 3+ corners for them – 17 games

Games with 3+ corners for their opponents – 18 games

Games with 9+ match corners – 14 games

Games with 10+ booking points for them – 16 games

Games with 10+ booking points for opponents – 16 games

Games with 30+ match booking points – 12 games

Leicester vs Leeds match preview

Leicester are unbeaten in 7 and Leeds have won 3 and lost 2 of their last 5. Leeds have failed to score in 2 of their last 3. The meeting earlier this season was won 4-1 by Leicester with 10 Leeds and 3 Leicester corners and 1 yellow card each. This game looks a good opportunity for bets across the board. Leeds style of play this season has meant most their games feature a decent number of corners, cards and goals. It looks highly likely there will be at least 2 goals, with both teams having at least 3 corners each and seeing at least 1 player booked each. Both teams to score looks risky mainly due to a Leicester defence that has recently kept clean sheets against Spurs, Southampton and Chelsea.

West Ham vs Liverpool

West Ham stats and averages

Goals scored – 1.5 goals per game

Goals conceded – 1.2 goals per game

Corners for them – 4.65 per game

Corners for their opponents – 4.45 per game

Yellow cards for them – 1.05 per game

Yellow cards for their opponents – 0.85 per game

Red cards for them – 0 per game

Red cards for their opponents – 0.05 per game

West Ham have played 20 games this season

They have scored in – 17 games

They have conceded in – 13 games

Games with over 1.5 goals – 15 games

Games with over 2. 5 goals – 12 games

Games where both teams scored – 11 games

Games with 3+ corners for them – 17 games

Games with 3+ corners for their opponents – 17 games

Games with 9+ match corners – 13 games

Games with 10+ booking points for them – 11 games

Games with 10+ booking points for opponents – 11 games

Games with 30+ match booking points – 8 games

Liverpool stats and averages

Goals scored – 2 goals per game

Goals conceded – 1.15 goals per game

Corners for them – 6.8 per game

Corners for their opponents – 2.75 per game

Yellow cards for them – 1.1 per game

Yellow cards for their opponents – 1.6 per game

Red cards for them – 0 per game

Red cards for their opponents – 0.1 per game

Liverpool have played 20 games this season

They have scored in – 16 games

They have conceded in – 14 games

Games with over 1.5 goals – 16 games

Games with over 2. 5 goals – 11 games

Games where both teams scored – 12 games

Games with 3+ corners for them – 17 games

Games with 3+ corners for their opponents – 11 games

Games with 9+ match corners – 15 games

Games with 10+ booking points for them – 13 games

Games with 10+ booking points for opponents – 19 games

Games with 30+ match booking points – 12 games

West Ham vs Liverpool match preview

West Ham have won their last 4 whilst Liverpool beat Spurs 3-1 last time out to snap a 5 game winless streak and 4 games without scoring. The meeting earlier this season was won 2-1 by Liverpool with 1 Liverpool and 2 West Ham corners and just 1 yellow cards to West ham. Before beating Spurs last time Liverpool looked like they had really lost their way. 5 games without a win and 4 games without scoring, they will be happy they found form last time as they take on a high flying West Ham who have dreams of European football. The form West Ham are in it will be no surprise to see a few goals in this one, Liverpool can score any amount on their own in any game and West Ham have scored 5 in their last 2. So both teams to score and at least 3 goals looks a good bet given current form. Corners does not look a bad bet, though the fact Liverpool giveaway an average of less than 3 corners per game and the last meeting had just 3 corners that is slightly off putting. The stats suggest that there wont be many bookings in this one so it may pay to avoid backing cards.

Brighton vs Spurs

Brighton stats and averages

Goals scored – 1.1 goals per game

Goals conceded – 1.45 goals per game

Corners for them – 5.55 per game

Corners for their opponents – 4.2 per game

Yellow cards for them – 1.45 per game

Yellow cards for their opponents – 1.35 per game

Red cards for them – 0.15 per game

Red cards for their opponents – 0.05 per game

Brighton have played 20 games this season

They have scored in – 14 games

They have conceded in – 15 games

Games with over 1.5 goals – 14 games

Games with over 2. 5 goals – 10 games

Games where both teams scored – 12 games

Games with 3+ corners for them – 18 games

Games with 3+ corners for their opponents – 14 games

Games with 9+ match corners – 11 games

Games with 10+ booking points for them – 18 games

Games with 10+ booking points for opponents – 13 games

Games with 30+ match booking points – 11 games

Spurs stats and averages

Goals scored – 1.78 goals per game

Goals conceded – 1.05 goals per game

Corners for them – 4.21 per game

Corners for their opponents – 5.21 per game

Yellow cards for them – 1.21 per game

Yellow cards for their opponents – 2.26 per game

Red cards for them – 0.05 per game

Red cards for their opponents –0.05 per game

Spurs have played 19 games this season

They have scored in – 16 games

They have conceded in – 13 games

Games with over 1.5 goals – 15 games

Games with over 2. 5 goals – 8 games

Games where both teams scored – 11 games

Games with 3+ corners for them – 15 games

Games with 3+ corners for their opponents – 17 games

Games with 9+ match corners – 12 games

Games with 10+ booking points for them – 15 games

Games with 10+ booking points for opponents – 17 games

Games with 30+ match booking points – 14 games

Brighton vs Spurs match preview

Brighton have drawn 5 of their last 8 and have kept 2 clean sheets in a row, Spurs are coming off a 3-1 loss at home to Liverpool. The meeting earlier this season was won 2-1 by Spurs with 4 Spurs and 5 Brighton corners and 2 Spurs and 1 Brighton yellow cards. Brighton have looked very good in some of their games this year but the fact remains they just haven’t won enough games. However they are no walk over and Spurs are an inconsistent side who have slipped up against lower placed teams already this season with draws against Fulham, Crystal Palace and Newcastle. Whilst it would be no surprise to see 2 or 3 goals this is not a game that screams goal fest. Corners and Booking points both look good bets without being bankers, as it looks likely both teams will see at least 3 corners and a card each. The best bet may be backing Brighton to have more corners. They average over 1.25 corners more per game and give away on average 1 corner less per game than Spurs.

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