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English Premier League 2010 Weekend Preview

The action begins at Anfield, where spread buyers of the Liverpool/Everton match supremacy will be pleased to find the visitors have not won there for eleven matches across all competitions. Match supremacy sellers will be hoping David Moyes’ men can repeat the performance against the Reds in October at Goodison Park, where they were 2-0 winners. In the 2008/09 season, the Toffees picked up two draws at Anfield, which will offer encouragement to those selling the supremacy spread.

Those spread punters looking to buy Liverpool’s win index will be banking on Kenny Dalglish inspiring the side into a good run of results. Buyers of their win index may have noted that they have lost only twice in ten home league matches since August.

Although Liverpool have conceded plenty of goals away from home this campaign, they have kept things tight at home which will please those spread bettors selling Everton’s total goals. The Reds have only let in eight – which is the second fewest in the Premier League. Spread buyers of total goals for this game should note that the visitors have scored just eleven away league goals this term.

Over the years the Merseyside derby has produced some feisty fixtures and buyers of the bookings index might recall the last meeting between the sides at Anfield where two red cards were shown. The spread make-up that afternoon reached 110 points, but sellers of the spread will argue that there were only five yellow cards handed out when these sides met in October.

Spread buyers of Man United in Sporting Index’s outright Premier League index at 49-52 will be sitting pretty as the club sit two points clear of second place, with two games in hand. Anyone selling United’s outright index will be hoping Tottenham can end their five match losing streak against them. Buyers of Spurs’ win index should note that the club have not beaten United in 23 matches across all competitions. Tottenham took an early lead the last time they met United on their own turf and sellers of the first match goal will be looking for another first minute goal.

Spurs have won their past three home matches to nil, which will be of interest to spread bettors debating buying the time of United’s first match goal.

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