EPL 2017: Matchweek 9 (Members)

EPL 2017: Matchweek 9 (Members)

 

ESP for the EPL will give you in depth information and ideas to help you win when playing the English Premier League Betting card.

Basewinner rolls out a five-model comparison and looks at the following Matchweek 9 EPL games to show you where the betting value is:

  • West Ham v. Brighton & Hove
  • Southampton v. Newcastle
  • Tottenham v. Liverpool

The models we look at in this are from well respected data accumulators, crunchers and presenters. Included is a highly studied last 6 goal differential module (G6), Bing, Five Thirty Eight and Bet Devil predictions.

English Premier League Betting Ratings, Form Charts and Similar Historical Game Analysis are abundant in this quick and informative EPL video pod.

The MW9 card is challenging, but Basewinner pulls out all the stops to get you to victory as he explores various betting numbers, angles and ideas for this week’s betting card.

The Clear Data Sports team has also scaled the Squawka ratings for English Premier League LTO, the last six games and Year-To-Date so you can identify the English Premier League teams that are in the best current and YTD form and have the best betting value.

As always on this episode, the most over-valued and under-valued teams this year in the English Premier League betting market.  Bonus coverage includes a look at EPL team salaries.

 
Member “OFFICIAL PLAY” Video:

 

 

Official Plays:

Module 1

 Swansea City +190 .5 unit
 
 

Observation Games:
Note: All games are tracked at risk amount of .25 units

West Ham -115
Stoke City +117
Tottenham/Liverpool Draw +259
Chelsea -1 1/2 +113
Huddersfield +956
Burnley + 2 1/2 +212
Newcastle/Crystal Palace draw +250
Southampton +138
Everton/Arsenal draw +264

 

 
 


Full Overview:

 MW_9_5_model_comparison_GMS_6-10

Module 1:

 MW_9_Module_1

Module 3:

MW9_Module_3

 

Team Ratings:

MW_9_Power_Ratings

Overrated/Underrated:

MW_9_Overvalued_undervalued

 

 

Team Salaries:

2017-18_EPL_Team_salaries

 

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