The English Premier League returns today from the international break and there are a number of teams that will be in action today.
For most stakers or investors, one might be looking forward to reaping big this weekend.However there are some matches which they should avoid as they have a high affinity to go south.Below are two of the matches that a gambler should avoid.
1.Liverpool vs Watford
Liverpool play against Watford in an early encounter. The match kickstarts at 2:30 pm. Liverpool are a strong team yes, but we should remember Watford is the team that stopped Liverpools unbeaten run two seasons ago.
Watford also have a new manager who won the title with Leicester and so will probably be looking forward to start off with Watford on a high note. The history of early Kick-off matches also is that most of them usually go south as big teams fall to the small ones.
It happened in the match between Crystal Palace against Tottenham and also ManU vs Everton and ManU vs Aston Villa, that's in the recent times.If history is set to repeat itself, then a Watford draw or win is likely.Avoid it!
ManU vs Leicester
ManU will travel away to the King Power Stadium for this clash.ManU has a disjointed defense as two of their main Centre backs will be out.They have been vulnerable at the back and have not managed goals in recent times.They have struggled somehow.
Leicester who have also been on a poor run might just turn up for the occasion.Jamie Vardy has been productive as he is joint top scorer.One shouldn't go for a direct win here in my opinion.
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