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The Tipster Corner - SPECIAL EDITION

By Bikersharks
Today I will be writing a special edition from the Tipster corner, reviewing this seasons statistics and seeing what trends there are out their at the moment! So far there I have identified 7 stats, that had you bet on this season would of paid out in over 90% of this seasons games! Lets have a look:
  1. 100% (11/11) of Wigan's home games have gone Under 11 Corners this season - With this record you expect that this will be the same come Saturday when Fulham travel to the DW Stadium (previously the JJB).
  2. 100% (7/7) of Blackpool's home games have gone Over 2.5 Goals - You can understand why this is the case with their attacking mentality. Blackpool's next Home game is against Liverpool on Wednesday night. 
  3. 92%(11/12) Referee Mark Halsey has refereed 12 Premier League matches this season which have had Under 3.5 cards. This suggests that he is prepared to reprimand players and let them off and is the underlying reason why he has shown a lack of cards. 
  4. 91% (10/11) of Aston Villa's home games have produced 11 corners or more this season. With the attacking width of Albrighton, Young and the full backs, Its easy to understand why Aston Villa have been involved in high scoring corner games.  
  5. 91% (10/11) of West Ham's away games this season have resulted in West Ham picking up the first card of the game. - With the likes of Parker and defensive minded players of Spector or the moaners (e.g. Piquionne) you can understand why this is the case. 
  6. 90% (9/10) of Newcastle's away games have produced 3.5 cards or more. Newcastle have a big local derby at the Stadium of Light on Sunday and trend should continue. 
  7. 90% (9/10) Wolves have received the first booking in their away games. They face a difficult task when the travel to Manchester City at the weekend. 
If you do fancy a flutter, i suggest you have a look at the above, but remember bet responsibly! As the FA Cup proved last weekend anything can happen!

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