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Soccer Betting Recap - Week 9
English Premier League

The below results cover games played from Oct. 26 to Oct. 27

Week 9 Notes

-- Home teams went 6-2 in Week 9

-- Favorites went 7-1 in Week 9 and are 14-1 the last two weeks

-- Sunderland was the only underdog (+195) to win as it beat Newcastle United 2-1 at home

-- There were two draws in Week 9, both of them scoreless

-- Norwich City 0 Cardiff City 0, Swansea City 0 West Ham United 0

-- The ‘under’ went 6-4 in Week 9

League Notes

-- Arsenal (22) sits atop the latest EPL Table with Chelsea and Liverpool close behind with 20 points

-- Last year’s top contenders Manchester City and Manchester United currently sit in seven and eighth place respectively

-- Sunderland’s win in Week 9 was its first victory of the season. The club still needs to make up five points to avoid relegation

-- Southampton has allowed three goals in nine games this season, which has helped the ‘under’ go 9-0

-- Manchester City (21) and Arsenal (20) have combined for 41 goals this season, which has helped the ‘over’ go 7-2 and 6-3 in their nine matches respectively

Future Update

The LVH SuperBook in Las Vegas updated their future odds on the 2013-14 Barclays Premier League.

Chelsea 2/1
Manchester City 9/4
Arsenal 9/2
Liverpool 15/2
Manchester United 9/1
Tottenham 121

The remaining 14 teams are listed at 80/1 or higher

La Liga

The below results cover games played from Oct. 25 to Oct. 28

Week 9 Notes

-- Home teams went 6-4 in Week 9

-- Favorites went 6-4

-- The three underdogs to win were Valladolid (+300), Celta De Vigo (+335), Granada CF (+330), Athletic Bilbao (+168)

-- There were no draws in Week 9

-- The ‘over’ went 7-2-1 in Week 9

League Notes

-- Barcelona defeated Real Madrid 2-1 in the first Clasico of the season and sits on top of the Table with 28 points out of a possible 30

-- Atletico Madrid improved to 9-1 (27 points) and sits in second place. Atletico will meet Barcelona at home in the second week of January and in the last game of the season from the Estadio Camp Nou

-- Real Madrid is locked in third place with 22 points and has already lost to Barcelona (1-2) and Atletico Madrid (0-1)

-- Almeria is the only team in La Liga that hasn’t won a game (0-3-7) this season.

** Make a note that all teams will play two games this week. 

  
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