Stats to shape your weekend bets

We take a look at the stats which could help you win big this weekend

Stats to shape your weekend bets

Chelsea v Tottenham

Tottenham have not won at Stamford Bridge since the league cup 2-1 win in 2008

The last 10 games between these two sides have averaged 5.5 yellow cards per game.

In the same time frame, a BTTS bet would have been successful in six games.

Harry Kane has three goals in his last four games against Chelsea

Since 2010 Chelsea have averaged 2.06 goals per game and Tottenham 1.2 goals per game in the this fixtures.

Tottenham haven’t lost a game this season in the Premier League.

Swansea v Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace haven’t beaten Swansea in the Premier League.

There hasn’t been over two goals in this fixture since 2011.

Four of the last five games have ended in draws.

Swansea are yet to win a Premier League game at home this season.

A BTTS bet involving Swansea playing at home will have been successful four times in seven home games this season.

The same bet involving Crystal Palace away will have been successful five times in seven games.

Liverpool v Sunderland

Sunderland have beaten Liverpool twice in 20 games and haven’t won at Anfield since 1983. 1961 is the last time Sunderland beat Liverpool by more than one goal.

Liverpool have kept one more clean sheet than Sunderland this season, with two.

Sunderland have been beaten by one goal in four of their eight away games.

Liverpool are the league’s highest goal scorers with 30.

10 of Liverpool’s 17 home goals in the Premier League have come in the first half, six of which have come in minutes 30-45.

Football League

Scunthorpe will beat a 75 year old club record if they beat Oxford at home this weekend. Oxford have one just once away from home and Scunthorpe are as long as EVS.

No home team in League One is odds on to win.