Ever wanted to construct and customise your own hybrid football bet using different markets from the same match? Now you can!
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The features, which have exploded in popularity among punters, allow bettors to tailor their football bets in a direction specific to their own ideas and predictions.
By incorporating several different football match markets (corners, cards, goals etc.) into one single selection, customers can design and tailor their own multi-part bets, which are priced and made available to back immediately by the bookmakers.
To help you build your customised bets as a more informed bettor, we’ve compiled a useful list of statistics for use in the upcoming Premier League TV matches.
Check them out below!
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Saturday August 31st
Southampton vs Manchester United
12:30 – BT Sport 1 / BT Sport Ultimate
- Southampton are winless in their last eight home Premier League games against Manchester United (W0 D3 L5) since winning 1-0 in August 2003.
- In all competitions, Manchester United have won more away games at St. Mary’s against Southampton than any other side (10 wins).
- The home team has ended on the winning side in just three of the last 15 Premier League meetings between Southampton and Man Utd (W3 D5 L7).
- Southampton have lost nine Premier League games against Manchester United after leading in the game – more than any other team has done so against another in Premier League history.
- There have been seven direct free-kick goals scored in Premier League fixtures between Southampton and Man Utd – including two by Southampton last season – with only games between Liverpool and Man Utd seeing more such goals (8).
- Southampton’s two Premier League meetings with Man Utd last season averaged 4.5 goals per 90 minutes.
- Manchester United have kept just one clean sheet in their last 14 Premier League games (4-0 vs Chelsea on the opening day), shipping 22 goals in that time while scoring just 19 in return (W5 D3 L6).
- Manchester United have failed to score more penalties than any other team in Premier League history (37 of 144), with Paul Pogba and Marcus Rashford missing United’s last two spot-kicks in the competition.
- Southampton’s Nathan Redmond has been directly involved in four goals in his last four Premier League home games (3 goals, 1 assist), having failed to score or assist in any of his previous seven at St Mary’s.
Cards & Corners
- Man Utd’s Premier League matches averaged 10.13 corners per game in 2018/19, though that average dropped to 9.85 when United played away to teams outside the top 6.
- Southampton’s 2018/19 Premier League fixtures saw an average of 10.77 corners awarded, though that figure jumped to 11.17 in their games against the top 6 at St. Mary’s.
- An average of 2.33 Southampton players were booked in their home matches against the Premier League’s top 6 clubs last season, while Man Utd picked up 2.5 yellow cards on average in away fixtures against the division’s bottom 14 teams.
Burnley vs Liverpool
17:30 – Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Ultra HD
- Burnley have lost eight of their 10 Premier League games against Liverpool (W1 D1 L8), winning 2-0 at Turf Moor in August 2016.
- Liverpool have won four of their five away Premier League visits to Turf Moor against Burnley (W4 D0 L1), winning 3-1 last season.
- Since picking up three consecutive wins between March and April, Burnley have won just one of their last seven Premier League games (W1 D2 L4).
- Liverpool have won 12 consecutive league games for the first time since October 1990 under Kenny Dalglish – they’ve never won 13 in a row in their league history.
- Liverpool are unbeaten in 20 Premier League games (W16 D4 L0) and have lost just once in their last 42 in the competition (W34 D7 L1), a 1-2 defeat to Man City in January.
- Liverpool have been winning at both half time and full time in their last 6 league matches.
- Only Sergio Agüero (16) and Sadio Mané (15) have scored more Premier League goals in 2019 than Burnley’s Ashley Barnes (13). Indeed, Barnes has scored in each of his last four Premier League matches (5 goals), while no Burnley player has ever netted in five in a row in the competition.
- 33% of Burnley striker Ashley Barnes’ Premier League goals have been against ‘big six’opposition (12/36). Indeed, since his debut in August 2014, he’s one of just five players to have scored a Premier League goal against all six such sides (Sadio Mane, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Jamie Vardy and Georginio Wijnaldum).
- Liverpool’s Roberto Firmino scored home and away against Burnley last season, netting three goals in total. He’s one goal away from becoming the first Brazilian to score 50 goals in the Premier League. Firmino’s strike partner Mohamed Salah features in our FST Premier League Team of the Week from game week 3. Read our XI now to see who else made the cut.
- Liverpool have scored at least 2 goals in their last 12 Premier Leeague matches.
- Over 2.5 goals were scored in each of the last 3 meetings between Burnley and Liverpool.
- Both teams scored in 100% of the last 5 encounters between Burnley and Liverpool.
Cards & Corners
- Only Tottenham (13.66) have seen more corners awarded in their Premier League matches on average than Liverpool (12.34) so far this season.
- Burnley have won fewer corners per game on average (3) than any other Premier League club to date in 2019/20.
- Only Brighton (0) have had fewer players booked than Liverpool (2) in the Premier League so far this season, though the Seagulls have had 1 player sent off.
- Ashley Barnes was booked 10 times in total in the Premier League for Burnley in 2018/19 – the centre forward is one of 3 Burnley players to have been cautioned already this term..
Sunday September 1st
Everton vs Wolves
14:00 – Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Ultra HD
- Everton lost against Wolves at Goodison Park last season in the Premier League – they are looking to avoid losing back to back home league games against Wolves for the first time since 1960.
- Wolves are looking for back-to-back top-flight victories over Everton for the first time since September 1979.
- Wolves have drawn their first three games of a league season for only the second time in their history, alongside the 1938-39 campaign (drew first 4 games).
- Since the start of last season, no side has gained more points from losing positions in the Premier League than Wolves (16, level with Liverpool). Wolves have come from behind to salvage a point in their last two Premier League matches.
- Wolves took four points from six against Everton in the Premier League last season.
- Everton have kept a clean sheet in each of their last six Premier League home games, last recording a longer consecutive run of shutouts at Goodison Park between March-September 2013 (a run of seven).
- Everton’s three Premier League games this season have seen a league-low three goals scored, with the Toffees having the joint-worst attack (1 goal) and the joint-best defence (2 goals conceded) in the competition.
- Wolves’ Raúl Jiménez has scored five goals in his four away games in all competitions this season, though all of those strikes have been in Europa League Qualifying.
- Under 2.5 goals were scored in 100% of both Everton’s and Wolves’ league games this season respectively, however an average of 4.5 goals hit the net in the teams’ Premier League meetings in 2018/19.
Cards & Corners
- A total of 5 yellows and 1 red card were brandished in Everton’s league meetings with Wolves last term.
- An average of just 6.5 corners were awarded to both teams combined in that pair of Premier League clashes.
- Only Man Utd and Crystal Palace (7 each) have amassed more yellow cards than Everton (6) so far in 2019/20. The Toffees have also had a man sent off.
- The average combined corner count of 8.33 in in Everton’s games is currently the lowest in the Premier League.
Arsenal vs Tottenham
16:30 – Sky Sports Premier League / Sky Sports Main Event / Sky Sports Ultra HD
- Arsenal have won just two of their last 10 Premier League games against rivals Spurs (W2 D5 L3), with both wins coming at the Emirates in the previous two seasons.
- Spurs have won one of their last 26 Premier League visits to Arsenal (W1 D10 L15), coming from 0-2 down to win 3-2 in November 2010.
- Arsenal have won more Premier League games (60) and have a higher win rate (61%) than any other side in games played in September. They also haven’t lost a north London derby in the month in any competition since 1969 (2-3) winning six and drawing four since.
- Tottenham are winless in their last seven away league games (D1 L6), last enduring a longer winless run on the road between December 2011-April 2012 (8 games).
- Arsenal boss Unai Emery has won all four of his home league games against Mauricio Pochettino, winning three games with Valencia against Espanyol between 2009-10 and 2011-12 and with Arsenal last season against Spurs..
- Five of the last 14 goals scored in Premier League games between Arsenal and Spurs have been penalties – no Premier League fixture has seen more penalties scored (18, level with Everton vs Newcastle United).
- Along with pointless Watford, Tottenham are one of just two sides to have conceded first in all three of their Premier League games so far this season. The Lilywhites last shipped the first goal in their first four Premier League games back in 2008-09.
- Tottenham’s Harry Kane has scored nine goals in all competitions against Arsenal – only Emmanuel Adebayor and Bobby Smith (both 10) have ever scored more in matches between the two sides in history.
- Under 2.5 goals were scored in 6 of the last 7 meetings between Arsenal and Tottenham. Last season’s 4-2 Arsenal victory at the Emirates was the exception.
Cards & Corners
- A whopping 18 yellow and 2 red cards were shown in last season’s trio of North London derbies in league and cup.
- The three meetings between Arsenal and Tottenham averaged 10 corners per game for both teams combined.
- Spurs’ Premier League matches have averaged 13.66 corners per game so far this season – the highest corner average in the division.
- Arsenal have already picked up 6 booking this season. Only Man Utd and Crystal Palace have amassed more cautions.
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