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After only two Premier League matches were given the go-ahead last weekend…

After only two Premier League matches were given the go-ahead last weekend, spread bettors will be desperate for more football action this time around. Assuming the fixtures are all on this weekend there will be plenty for spread bettors to get excited about, as Liverpool face a tricky trip to the Britannia Stadium, Everton host Manchester City and Manchester United look to exact revenge on Burnley after suffering defeat to the Premier League new boys earlier in the season. Buyers of Liverpool’s win index spread against Stoke will be banking on a repeat of the match at Anfield earlier this season when the Reds won 4-0. Spread punters looking to take on Liverpool will recall the last time the sides met at the Britannia, where Stoke managed to keep out Liverpool for a scoreless draw. There will be plenty of home fans that will remember the game in 2000 between these two - the Reds smashed eight past their opponents to the delight of those that had bought total goals and Liverpool’s supremacy spread that afternoon. Punters that are interested in a spread bet on the goal markets for this match should note that Stoke have only managed 14 goals from their 10 home league matches, whilst Liverpool have scored 11 from their 10 away matches. Sporting Index traders will have priced up the bookings spread market with care, seeing as there have only been seven yellows cards in their three meetings in the Premier League.

Saturday’s late kick-off sees Everton welcome Manchester City to Goodison Park as the home side look to build on their battling draw at Arsenal. Those looking to sell Man City’s supremacy will take plenty of confidence from the fact that the Merseysiders have won three of their last four league meetings against City. However, buyers of City’s supremacy spread will point out that the Manchester side did win the last league meeting at Goodison Park, with a 2-1 victory. The volatile total goal minutes spread is often very popular and spread bettors will have noticed some significant make-ups of late. Spread buyers will be boosted that the last meeting between these teams on Merseyside saw a make-up of 179 on the goal minutes spread but sellers will counter that the previous game saw just 31 points.

Man Utd’s stuttering season continued with a sub-standard performance at St. Andrews but it would have provided ample cheer for those that challenged United’s supremacy spread. Although Burnley defeated United at Turf Moor, they are expected to struggle at Old Trafford which will please spread buyers of United’s win index. Punters considering a spread bet on the time of the first Burnley goal should know that the Clarets have failed to score in three of their four meetings in all competitions against United since 1986. Games between these two sides are not often feisty affairs and sellers of the bookings spread will have seen that there were only four yellow cards issues in the last two matches.


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