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Newcastle vs Everton

The most attractive market of the week so far is Newcastle to win at home to Everton. With spend up to £90 million in the transfer window, we're bound to see improvements on the pitch aren't we?
Bruno Guimarães and co to light up St James' Park and beat Everton is currently 8/5 (best price). But the Toffees have shown haste in their reform under Lampard putting four past Brentford.
This is due to be a fascinating battle as these two giants try to fuel their resurgence under new circumstances. You can get a best price of 9/5 for the visitors to victor.

Burnley vs Manchester United Prediction

Betting Tip: Under 2.5 goals

Burnley have plenty of catching up to do with fixtures coming thick and fast for Sean Dyche and his side after a backlog of postponements over winter. They only played two games in January but did get one league game out of the way at the weekend, a dire 0-0 draw with fellow strugglers Watford.


Paul Dickov says ‘special’ Kevin De Bruyne’s magnificent all-round display in Saturday’s 1-1 draw at Southampton once more illustrated his key importance to Pep Guardiola’s side.

Why is there no Premier League football this weekend

The English top-flight is temporarily shutting down following a hectic festive period
The 2021-22 Premier League festive period proved to be one of the most hectic in recent memory as the Covid-19 strain Omicron swept through English football, causing a number of postponements and forcing clubs to shut their training grounds.
Managers have had to stretch their squads to the limit to cope, but there is some reprieve this weekend as there are no fixtures scheduled to play.

Sentibet takes on the 2013 NFL Super Bowl aiming at another great success!

A year after the successful forecast - against the Odds - for the Super Bowl XLVI, Sentibet takes on the 2013 NFL Super Bowl (XLVII) aiming at another great success!

Sentibet forecasted Kentucky NCAA Basketball 2012 Championship

This year's NCAA Men's Basketball tournament crowned the University of Kentucky's team as its national champion in what proved to be a month of startling upsets and twists. The 67-59 win for the Wildcats over the Jayhawks was a coronation of the kings of U.S. college basketball predicted by Sentibet, the online sentiment based Sports Outcome Forecasting service developed by Neurolingo based on its industry-leading text analytics technology platform.

Sentibet wins the Super Bowl XLVI forecast!

You Saw It. 92,000 tweets called it. Sentibet Wins the Super Bowl Forecast!

We all knew that it would be close, and it was a great game all the way for both teams, but at the end of the day the crowd had it right - the New York Giants and a cool-headed Eli Manning had the stuff to eke out a tough New England Patriots team lead by a scrappy and resourceful Tom Brady.

Sentibet, the semantic text analytics service from Neurolingo, filtered through the noise of Twitter to find the tweets that were indicating real forecasting sentiment.

Sentibet takes on Super Bowl XLVI & drills down into demographics

Sentibet is turning from looking at Premier League Football to monitor the upcoming SuperBowl. Unlike many analytics services, Sentibet looks not just at raw sentiment but carefully parses messages on Twitter to sense what people expect and hope as outcomes, mashing this together into a special formula for a combined likely outcome.

Is it possible for Tottenham to beat AC Milan?

It’s been few months ago since we came across a very simple question – “What would be the feeling/opinion of fans for the likely outcome for the AC Milan vs Tottenham Hotspur, an UEFA Champions League 2010 – 2011 (European Football) match for the Knockout Phase? Is it possible for Tottenham to beat AC Milan? Will it be an Upset or not?”


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