Premier League: Odds, Previews, and Injuries

Premier League OddsOdds on this weekend’s Premier League games are up and a preview has Arsenal in the enviable home field advantage toWest Ham at 11:00 am ET with current odds at Arsenal -250, WestHam +750 and the draw at +380.

As far as the injury list goes, Mikel Arteta, Abou Diaby, Mathieu Debuchy, Mathieu Flamini and Jack Wilshere are out for Arsenal while Enner Valencia is doubtful for West Ham with a toe injury.

Also at 11:00 am ET is Hull City at Leicester City with the home team +120, Hull +260 and the draw +225. Stoke City vs West Bromwich have West Brom +133, Stoke +235 and the draw +220

Aston Villa and Sunderland tip off at 11 too, with Sunderland +130, Aston Villa +235 and the draw +225.

The Premier League’s game of the day is Manchester City at Burnley FC. Burnley are currently in 19th place in the English Premier League and the odds are against them, even at home. Manchester City can get closer to Chelsea with a win this Saturday starting at 1:30 pm ET.

Kell Brook wants to get a ‘second chance’

Kell Brook wants to get a ‘second chance’Kell Brook is looking forward to getting a “second chance” in the sport as he gets ready to have his first clash since an attack in a nightclub where he suffered a stab in his leg, and white label sportsbooks are impressed by the fighter’s determination to return to action after what was a very nasty incident.

The world champion of the IBF welterweights is set to face Jo Jo Dan of Romania at home in Sheffield, in a fight taking place on the 28th of March – only six months following his attack.

The fighter did admit that the way back was a tough one, after he feared that he would never again be able to walk. His fans were also very worried, but saw that his determination to get better paid off – and very well.

The fighter said: “It’s been tough from the night of the attack. I’ve listened to the right people around me.

Rubi Garcia wants Roma to perform like they did against Feyenoord

Rudi Garcia and Roma’s fans want to see the team perform like they did against Feyenoord when their away clash with FiorentinaRudi Garcia and Roma’s fans want to see the team perform like they did against Feyenoord when their away clash with Fiorentina gets underway on Thursday, in what would be the team’s last 16 first leg of the UEFA Europa League, and pay per head wagering companies believe that the fans will be in for a real show.

Roma were able to advance with a win of 2-1 in a very intense match at De Kuip, in a meeting where two players for Feyenoord were sent away, ending in an aggregate win of 3-2.

But Garcia’s players were not able to clinch a win in Serie A in more than a month, and last month, when playing in the Coppa Italia, they ended up losing 2-0 to Fiorentina, as they claimed a win of 2-0 win and a draw of 1-1 in both league matches against the famous club from Florence.

“We’ve met Fiorentina three times already and I think tomorrow will be different to the other games,” said the manager.

“We need to think of this as a match lasting 180 minutes: that’s crucial if we’re to play well and go through. We have to play better than we did against Chievo [in Sunday’s 0-0 draw], but that shouldn’t be too hard.

“I hope to see the Roma of Rotterdam, of the first half against Hellas [Verona] and the last 20 minutes against Juve [in a 1-1 draw nine days ago].