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This week the team at Betin Kenya have taken a more data-driven approach to their football predictions

This week the team at Betin Kenya have taken a more data-driven approach to their football predictions. By looking at statistics and form over the season, they have come up with realistic betting tips.

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West Ham vs Leicester City (x2 – 1.43)

David Moyes will be hoping to mark his first home game as West Ham manager with a victory when Leicester City visit the London Stadium for Friday's Premier League clash. The Foxes have not lost any of the last six meetings between these sides, and are slight favourites to come out on top in this one. Also, three of the guests' last four away matches have resulted in draws.

Tottenham vs West Brom (1 - 1.26)

Following their impressive result against Monaco in the Champions League, Spurs will be hoping to continue their fine run when they welcome West Bromwich Albion. The Baggies are enduring a wretched run of results at present with an 11th consecutive match without victory. The hosts have been winners in five of their last six home matches in all competitions.

Manchester United vs Brighton and Hove (over 2.5 – 1.65)

Manchester United will be looking to bounce back from a surprise Champions League defeat against Basel when they welcome Brighton to Old Trafford for Saturday's Premier League clash. Averaging over three goals per game in their own backyard this campaign, it actually seems generous on United coming out on top in a match that features over 2.5 goals for their fifth time in seven at home.

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Sheffield United vs Birmingham City (1 – 1.63)

Sheffield United are hoping to get back into the top two against a Birmingham City side that are struggling at the wrong end of the table. The visitors will be scarred by their last three trips to Yorkshire, which have seen them take no points, score just once and conceding 10.


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