Make the most of this weekend’s football with the latest betting tips from our sporting gambling expert, Kevin Loman…

Cardiff v West Ham

The Hammers took two batterings last week (5-0 vs Forest and 6-0 vs Man City) and now they come into this massive relegation 6-pointer – could it be Big Sam’s last game in charge before the axe falls? Fortunately for Sam, West Ham have an excellent record against Cardiff, winning their past five meetings against them in all competitions and keeping four clean sheets in the process. In fact, West Ham have only lost once in their past 10 trips to Cardiff (W6D3L1).

West Ham win at 14/5

That’s potentially a £70 profit from a £25 free bet.

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Everton v Norwich

Norwich manager Chris Hughton is unbeaten in five Premier League clashes against Everton and his current Norwich side's away form is good, being unbeaten in three. Four of the past five Premier League meetings between these two sides have resulted in draws.


Everton draw with Norwich at 3/1

That’s potentially a £75 profit from a £25 free bet.

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Fulham v Sunderland

Fulham have kept six clean sheets in their last nine Premier League meetings with Sunderland and have a favourable record against them (W4D4L1). For Fulham to win they'll need goals… but where will they come from? Berbatov loves January, scoring nine Premier League goals in his past nine appearances in the month, so he’s bound to score. Bent also loves playing against Sunderland as they are the opponents that he has his best minutes per goal ration (161) against, so he could well score too. And that isn’t even mentioning their returning hero, Clint Dempsey.



Berbatov first goalscorer at 11/2
Berbatov last goalscorer at 11/2

Both bets seperately could potentially net you £137.50 profit from a £25 free bet.


Bent first goalscorer at 11/2
Bent last goalscorer at 11/2

Once again, both could seperately get you £137.50 profit from each with a £25 free bet.

Place your bet here.

Southampton v West Brom

West Brom have conceded a total of just one goal in their past four Premier League meetings with Southampton. The baggies are unbeaten since sacking Steve Clarke (W1D3) while Southampton’s form is going in the opposite direction, losing six of their last nine Premier League games (W1D2L6).

West Brom win at 7/2

That’s potentially a £87.50 profit from a £25 free bet.

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