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Premier League Form Infograph - Week 6

Premier League Form Infograph – Week 6

Premier League Form Infograph – Week 6

Premier League Form Infograph - Week 6

Here are the 10 Premier League fixtures for week six of the season, presented in a head to head format.

In addition to this, it also highlights who has the hottest and coldest form in the division at present, something that will become a lot clearer once we get into week 7 of the season and beyond, the reason being is that we can then look at form instead of league placing as an indication of who will come out on top.

With Friday night football taking place last night, I’m ever so slightly out of date but you will get the general idea – although Bournemouth getting the better of Southampton does indicate a small surprise, especially after the Cherries won in such comfortable circumstances.

Looking at the form guides ahead and if you were looking at this from a betting point of view, then Manchester City at home to Watford is screaming out banker territory, although at the same time it is not necessarily a pick that is going to make you rich on its own.

Therefore the addition of Arsenal to get the better of Aston Villa will be considered and also one must not forget the fact that Liverpool have won all five league outings that they have played in thus far – it might be tempting to include them in any picks but Frank Lampard’s Chelsea is not a good place to go.

There are quite a few niggly matches in this gameweek which could go either way and therefore it may take a brave man to pick a winner out of the likes of Leicester vs Tottenham or West Ham vs Manchester United, but this should at least give you an idea of what to avoid.


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Thanks and happy weekend punting, Dan.

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