Archive | November, 2019

Premier League: Southampton vs Watford Preview, Odds & Betting Tips

Ralph Hasenhuttl: Saints vs Watford PreviewThe two teams at the very bottom of the Premier League table meet when Southampton host Watford at St Mary’s on Saturday (5.30pm live on Sky Sports).

Both sides have struggled badly so far this season. Watford are dead last, with just one victory and eight points to their name from their first 13 matches of the campaign. Southampton are a more …

Euro 2020 Qualifier: Kosovo vs England Preview, Odds & Betting Tips

Raheem Sterling: Kosovo vs England previewWith qualification for Euro 2020 now sealed, England have only pride and honour to play for when they travel to Pristina to take on Kosovo on Sunday (5pm live on ITV).

England confirmed their place at the tournament with a 7-0 thrashing of Montenegro at Wembley on Thursday. The occasion of the country’s 1000th international fixture, 147 years after more …

Euro 2020: England vs Montenegro Preview, Odds & Betting Tips

Gareth Southgate: England vs Montenegro PreviewEngland can confirm their place at Euro 2020 with victory at home to Montenegro at Wembley on Thursday (7.45pm, live on ITV).

England’s 100% record in the qualifying campaign was ended by a 1-2 defeat away to Czech Republic in the first of their two fixtures last month. However their 6-0 win away to Bulgaria in the more …

Champions League: Atalanta vs Man City Betting Odds, Preview & Tips

Sergio Aguero: Atalanta vs Man City PreviewExpect plenty of goals when Atalanta host Manchester City in their Champions League group stage encounter at the San Siro in Milan on Wednesday (8pm live on BT Sport).

Man City ran out 5-1 winners when they met in Manchester two weeks ago and matches involving these teams in more …

Premier League: Everton vs Tottenham Preview, Odds & Betting Tips

Dominic Calvert-Lewin: Everton vs Spurs PreviewTwo teams who have underperformed this season meet when Everton host Tottenham Hotspur at Goodison Park (4.30pm Sunday, live on Sky Sports).

Everton were one of a clutch of sides considered as viable challengers for a top-six finish this season if one or more of the usual occupants endured a difficult campaign. Instead, they find themselves in more …