Standout Stats, Streaks & Trends | W/E 17th November 2017

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Standout Stats, Streaks & Trends W-E 17th November 2017

Standout Stats, Streaks & Trends | W/E 17th November 2017

Patrick Gillen (@PatrickGillen94) uncovers the Standout Stats, Streaks & Trends ahead of this weekend’s football.

Arsenal v Tottenham – Saturday 12:30

Much of this week’s pre-derby talk has been that a change of tide is afoot in North London, which will not have been well received by the Gunners fans. Interestingly, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has failed to get the better of Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino in any of their six league meetings. Saturday lunchtime’s North London derby presents the Frenchman with a chance to do exactly that, but on current form, the smart money is on the away side. Spurs draw no bet is evens with Coral.

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Burnley v Swansea – Saturday 15:00

Sean Dyche’s rise in popularity is much down to his side’s impressive narrow victories, in which the team have showed excellent discipline and unity. Burnley’s last four wins have all been by the same 1-0 scoreline and seven of their nine wins in 2017 have also been 1-0. Paddy Power are offering 5/1 for the home side to beat Paul Clement’s Swansea at Turf Moor on Saturday.

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Leicester City v Man City – Saturday 15:00

Leicester City have lost their last eight Premier Leagues when facing a side who started the day at the top of the table, conceding at least two goals in the process. This run stretches back to 1998, where the Foxes beat first-placed Manchester United at Old Trafford. Visiting the King Power Stadium on Saturday is Pep Guardiola’s irresistible Manchester City side, who have won five Premier League away games from a possible five so far this season. Man City to win with a -1 handicap is 5/6 on William Hill.

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Hibernian v St Johnstone – Saturday 15:00

These two Scottish Premier League teams have experienced very contrasting form of late. St Johnstone have failed to score in their last six games, while Hibs have won their last four. Things don’t look very likely to change at Easter Road this Saturday and Ladbrokes are offering 8/5 for the third-placed home side to win to nil.

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Dundee v Kilmarnock – Saturday 15:00

Meanwhile in Scotland, Dundee FC sit rock bottom of the league after losing their last five matches. The Dark Blues entertain fellow strugglers Kilmarnock in a vital clash at Dens Park. Killie secured an impressive 2-1 away victory at Hearts before the international break and are best price 11/10 draw no bet to win on Saturday with Betfair.

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