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Midweek Premier League Enhanced Odds and Free Bets!

Time to release the best Midweek Premier League Enhanced Odds and Free Bets for you!

With the FA Cup games finished for now, and most of the big-name players back after a weekend off (especially every Liverpool player that is left without a hamstring injury…) we have loads of great Premier League matches to have a bet on.

Every team plays on either Tuesday or Wednesday night, with the pick of the games being Man City v Everton, Spurs v Leicester (again) and, undoubtedly, Liverpool v Arsenal live on Sky Sports on Wednesday.

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Newcastle United v Manchester United

St. James’ Park

12th January, 2016

Kick-Off: 19:45

Newcastle United are all set to host Manchester United at St. James’s on Tuesday night. Both teams are undergoing a rough patch in their pursuit towards glory as Newcastle United have only been able to secure seven points in their last six games while Manchester United have been even worse with just five points to show for in the same number of games. Their respective league positions are in favour of Manchester United, who sit at fifth while Newcastle United are on top of the relegation battle.

Victor Valdes, for Manchester United, and Emmanuel Riviere, for Newcastle United, are reported to be back in training. The likes of Jesse Lingard, Adnan Januzaj, Phil Jones, Ashley Young, Luke Shaw, Luis Antonio Valencia and Marcos Rojo are all unavailable for Louis Van Gaal’s United. Newcastle would be without Rolando Aarons, Curtis Good, Steven Taylor, Gabriel Obertan, Tim Krul, Massadio Haidara, Mike Williamson and Papiss Cisse.

This game looks to be a match-up between teams at opposite ends of the league, with Manchester United being favoured to win being the stronger team on paper.

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Chelsea v West Bromwich Albion

Stamford Bridge

13th January, 2016

Kick-Off: 19:45

Chelsea will be hosting West Bromwich Albion at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday night. The Blues are looking far better than they did before the entry of Gus Hiddink as they are yet to be beaten under his managerial stint this season. With two wins and two draws in their last four games under him, it looks like that Chelsea’s fortunes may have turned at last.

With both teams having average form, securing eight points in their last six games, this is a typical mid-table bout. Both Branislav Ivanovic and Christian Atsu are back in training for Chelsea, though the likes of Gary Cahill, Loic Remy, Eden Hazard and Radamel Falcao are still unavailable due to injury.

West Brom would be missing Victor Anichebe and Jonas Olsson due to injuries. Both teams will be doing everything it takes to grab all three points and it could go down to the last minute to see who comes out on top.

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Manchester City v Everton

Etihad Stadium

13th January, 2016

Kick-Off: 19:45

Manchester City are sitting in the third position of the Barclays Premier League and will be facing Everton at home for their next fixture. With above par performances in their last six games, Manchester City have been able to secure ten points while Everton, who are going through a rough patch, could manage only six.

Wilfred Bony, Samir Nasri and Vincent Kompany are all on the injured list and would not be available for Manuel Pellegrini’s squad. The likes of Tony Hibbert, Leighton Baines, Muhamed Besic, Bryan Oviedo and Steven Pienaar are reported to be back in training while Tom Cleverley, Romelu Lukaku, Tyias Browning, James McCarthy and Seamus Coleman are still on the injured list for Everton. A highly one sided match may be expected with City being favoured as they look stronger on paper and on recent form. Gives us the chance to get some great Midweek Premier League Enhanced Odds and Free Bets.

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Liverpool v Arsenal

Anfield

13th January, 2016

Kick-Off: 20:00

This is probably the hottest match on the table this week as Liverpool take on Arsenal at Anfield. Jurgen Klopp and his Reds are all set to face the most successful manager and team so far this season and we can expect all but a boring game as both teams have the mentality to go out there and get it all.

Liverpool have been displaying average performances with just seven points to show for in their last six games. They should have a tough time coping with a lot as Arsenal have secured a whopping fifteen points in their last six.

A major concern for Jurgen Klopp is the length of his injured list with the likes of Jordan Henderson, Kolo Toure, Jordan Ibe, Joe Gomez, Danny Ings, Daniel Sturridge, Jordan Rossiter, Martin Skrtel, Divock Origi, Mamadau Sakho, Philippe Coutinho and Dejan Lovren all being in it.

Arsenal on the other hand could be missing Tomas Rosicky, Alexis Sanchez, Danny Welbeck, Jack Wilshere, Francis Coquelin and Santiago Carzola through injuries.

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Tottenham Hotspur v Leicester City

White Hart Lane

13th January, 2016

Kick-Off: 20:00

A top of the league clash is what we have on the table for one of the last matches of this week as Tottenham Hotspur take on Leicester City at White Hart Lane. Both teams sit in the top quarter of the league and both are on superb runs of form securing eleven points in their last six matches.

Alex Pritchard, Nabil Bentaleb, Clinton N’Jie and Moussa Dembele are still reported unavailable for Tottenham. Leicester City’s injury list includes Jeffery Schlupp and Jamie Vardy. A very exciting game is what could be expected from this fixture which could keep the fans on their toes till the last minute.

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So we hope you enjoy the matches and get onto the best Midweek Premier League Enhanced Odds and Free Bets whilst you can!