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Weekend Predictions - including Tottenham v Arsenal...

Friday 9th February 2018

In your Across the Leagues – EXTRA email today:

  • Standout Stats for derby day...
  • Champions League homework...
  • Play our FREE Premier League Predictor game...

Standout Stats for derby day...

There are two big derbies on TV this weekend – in North London and the Midlands...

This week our Standout Stats include includes form from recent meetings between these local rivals:

  • Tottenham v Arsenal (Saturday 12.30pm, BT Sport) – in the last 9 North London derbies – going back to March 2014 – the Home team has won the Most Corners. This season Tottenham have won the Most Corners in 77% of Premier League Home games at Wembley...
  • Aston Villa v Birmingham (Sunday 12pm, Sky Sports) – Birmingham are the top team in the Championship for Under 2.5 Goals with an 80% Away record. Eight of the last 9 Midlands derbies have gone Under 2.5 Goals – with a 0-0 last time, and a 1-0 & 1-1 last season...

Under 2.5 Goals bets are widely available with all major bookies.

Most Corners bets (sometimes called Corners Match Bets) are available with the likes of William Hill, Bet365, BetVictor and Skybet.

Champions League homework...

The big games keep coming. The Champions League knockout stages start next week, including Juventus v Tottenham and Real Madrid v PSG...

I’ve done your Champions League homework for you – check out our standout stats on all 16 teams with a free peek at one of this week’s members-only Across the Leagues emails here.

To get all of this weekend’s Across the Leagues bet advice (online now) AND Champions League Picks & Analysis on Tuesday, sign up for a Free Trial.

Play our free Premier League Predictor game this weekend...

Our Premier League Predictor game continues this weekend...

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It’s free and easy to play. Pit your wits against other Across the Leagues EXTRA readers by entering our Premier League Predictor league…

Enter your predictions before every round of Premier League games for your chance to win our weekly cash prize.

There’s also an end of season grand prize up for grabs for the overall top scoring player.

  • Full details, rules and prize info are on the site

We keep score on our Leaderboard every week – and publish the latest winners in our dedicated weekly Predictor emails.

Our mobile-friendly version of the game is also now live. So you can play in your hand, on the go...

Log-in and play for free by entering your predictions now at:

www.PremierLeaguePredictor.co.uk

  • When you’re done, hit SUBMIT and then press FINISH to lock-in your predictions for the week

Don’t miss the 12 noon Saturday deadline...

Don’t miss the 12 noon Saturday deadline for this weekend’s Premier League Predictor game:

Enter your predictions here >>

Each Friday I also share my predictions here, along with those of Paul Merson on Sky Sports and Mark Lawrenson on the BBC. Here are this weekend’s:

GAME
ME
MERSON
LAWRO
Tottenham v Arsenal 2-2 2-2 2-0
Everton v Crystal Palace 1-2 2-0 2-1
Stoke v Brighton 2-1 2-1 1-1
Swansea v Burnley 1-1 2-0 0-2
West Ham v Watford 1-3 2-0 1-0
Man City v Leicester 3-1 3-0 2-0
Huddersfield v Bournemouth 1-3 1-3 1-1
Newcastle v Man Utd 0-2 0-2 0-2
Southampton v Liverpool 1-3 1-2 1-1
Chelsea v West Brom 2-1 3-0 2-0

I’ll be back next with more football betting stats & predictions for you.

Enjoy the football...

Best wishes,

Oliver Upstone

Oliver Upstone

Across the Leagues Extra

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