Pete Nordsted: Looking for a fifth consecutive winner in the Both Teams to Score market

Pete is in fine form and hit a second consecutive double last week, this weekend he has two more selections from the Premier League including one from Liverpool v West Ham

Last week we recorded our second consecutive double as both Manchester City and Manchester United won their respective matches to nil and hopefully we can keep this good run going.

As always here we are following a system bet and you are advised to keep stakes reasonable and always try and obtain the best price available.

This weekend both selections again come from the Premier League and I believe we have a couple of strong selections.

For our first match we look to Sunday when Brendan Rodgers’ improving Liverpool side take on a West Ham team that virtually secured their Premier League status with a 3-1 victory over West Brom last weekend.

Liverpool have a fairly strong recent home record against the Hammers:  They have won three, drawn one and lost none and, in all of these four matches, both sides failed to find the net.

Indeed, if we examine Liverpool’s recent home record when they have won at Anfield, eight of the last 10 victories have been to nil. Sam Allardyce’s side do not have a great record when facing teams of Liverpool’s grading and their record reads won none, drawn four and lost four and both teams did not score in five of these matches.

Interestingly, when West Ham have been defeated away from home then both sides have scored in only four of their last 14 away defeats.

The “No” selection on both teams to score can be backed at 5/6 (1.83) and for those braver Liverpool to win to nil can be backed at 6/5 (2.20) again .

For our next match we head over to the Carrow Road for a game that Norwich will be looking to win to ensure their own Premier League status when the Canaries take on a struggling Swansea side.

It has to be said that we have some fairly mixed stats here when it comes to Norwich as both sides have found the net in seven of their last 15 home games and in six of their last 10 home games to teams of Swansea’s stature.

However, when looking at Michael Laudrup’s side, we see that this season both teams have scored in only four of Swansea’s 15 away games.

These strong stats carry on when looking at the Swans away record to teams of Norwich’s level where five of their last six matches have seen the “No” selection on both teams to score prove correct. This can be backed at Evens (2.0)

Liverpool v West Ham
Norwich v Swansea

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