Premier League Game Week 22 Preview: Warnock ready to drive final nail into Terriers’ coffin

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As I mentioned in my article for BetBull last week, if you’re betting on the EPL then avoid West Ham because they are so inconsistent. Following the last Premier League game week and subsequent FA Cup action, another team has been added to the ‘no bet’ list: Wolves.

How can a side beat Spurs and Liverpool but lose at home to Crystal Palace?

I think it’s safe to say that I feel as though if you are betting this weekend with BetBull then avoid all teams that begin with a W in the Premier League!

Cardiff vs. Huddersfield

Saturday, 12 January, 15:00

Answer me this: is there a side in the EPL that you wouldn’t back at home against Huddersfield on current form if they’re odds against?

Sitting rock bottom after 21 games and with a league-worst 13 goals scored, one must wonder just how much time David Wagner has left at the helm of his beloved Huddersfield.

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Personally, assuming things don’t get silly, I can see the owners giving him another season to recover from this one, but does he deserve it? There are two schools of thought.

  1. He achieved an unexpected promotion and wasn’t given a huge budget so he should get the chance to try again.
  2. Wagner lacks a credible plan B and has made it very easy for his team to outplayed and therefore a new boss would be a welcome breath of fresh air.

Obviously, I’m. hardly the authority on the matter given I don’t support Huddersfield. However, having watched the Premier League every year since it came into existence, I saw the ‘demise’ of Huddersfield this season coming from some distance.

Burnley vs. Fulham

Saturday, 12 January, 15:00

I feel as though it’s safe to say that this match won’t be first on Match of The Day.

Although Burnley have found some form at the perfect time, Sean Dyche and his men are hardly breaking out the tiki taka free flowing football, but why would they? Burnley were in real danger of falling into obscurity before the festive period and, although they’re not out of the woods yet, Dyche’s charges are recovered to win three straight games (all competitions).

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I simply can’t see both sides finding the net this weekend. Neither team averages more than a goal a game and both won’t want to leave Turf Moor empty handed. I fully expect this to be a quite scrappy game that might ultimately result in a bore draw or a narrow win for either team. If that win doesn’t involve both teams scoring I couldn’t care less.

Leicester vs. Southampton

Saturday, 12 January, 15:00

Unlike the Burnley vs Fulham game, there’s a good chance Leicester vs. Southampton will be full of goals this Saturday.

After back-to-back victories over Chelsea and Manchester City, it looked as though Claude Puel had turned a much-needed corner. Puel was favourite for the sack before those two games and some thought that anything other than four points against the last two EPL Champions would see him sacked. Two huge wins brought him back from the brink. It’s a shame that he now finds himself in the exact same situation after a loss to Cardiff in the league and Newport County in the FA Cup.

Much like before, some think that a loss to Southampton will spell the end of Puel at Leicester. That could lead one to think that he’ll try and nick three points, however, he’s been on the brink already and nothing changed against harder opposition so why would it on Saturday?

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Unfortunately for Leicester, Southampton are enjoying life under new management. With very clear goals set out quite publicly by Ralph Hasenhuttl, I think it’s safe to say every Saints player is now fighting to make sure they are part of the managers plans going forward. That’s good news and should spell goals.

Spurs vs. Manchester United

Sunday, 13 January, 16:30

I’m not going to go into too much detail here because I don’t feel as though this selection needs much justification.

This is my banker for this weekend because United are averaging 3.2 goals a game under Ole Gunnar Solskjær and Spurs have scored in each of their last 12 games in the league.

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Despite the quality of both sides at the back, I’m not sure how either keeper will keep a clean sheet on Saturday. If anything, it’s going to be a game full of goals and that’s why I know where I’ll be on Sunday at 4:30pm.

Recommended Accumulator Summary

Back Cardiff @ 5/4

Back BTTS-No in Burnley vs. Fulham @ 10/11

Back BTTS in Leicester vs. Southampton @ 5/6

Back BTTS in Spurs vs. Man Utd @ 8/15

Total Accumulator Odds: 11.02/1

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