Premier League under/over betting coupon best bets from Infogol’s expected goals model

Using expected goals (xG) data, Infogol’s Jake Osgathorpe picks out the best value bets in the over/under markets from Sunday’s Premier League action.

Infogol is a revolutionary football product, which harnesses Opta data to power an expected goals model. Expected Goals quantifies the quality of a scoring opportunity, allocating each chance a probability of it finding the back of the net.

The xG metric can be used to assess teams and their performances, and it also helps to give an insight into future prospects, which in turn helps with betting.

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Leicester City are the surprise name at the top of the early Premier League table after a stunning 5-2 win at Manchester City last weekend, a game in which they deservedly picked up three points (xG: MCI 1.5

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Having Bielsa in the Premier League is a gift, says Guardiola

(Reuters) – Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola is among the most successful of all time, but when it comes to his knowledge of the game, he says he falls a long way short of Leeds United manager Marcelo Bielsa.

Soccer Football – Premier League – Leeds United v Fulham – Elland Road, Leeds, Britain – September 19, 2020 Leeds United manager Marcelo Bielsa before the match Pool via REUTERS/Carl Recine

While the Argentinean has not enjoyed anything like the success of City’s Spanish boss, Guardiola said on Friday that Bielsa, whose side host City in the Premier League on Saturday, is the person he admires most in world football.

Bielsa has changed the culture and playing style at Leeds and brought them back to the top flight after a 16-year absence having won the second-tier Championship last season.

Guardiola admitted that Johan Cruyff was his most influential mentor, having worked

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RFU slashes funding to women’s Premier 15s league

(Reuters) – England’s Rugby Football Union (RFU) has cut funding to the Premier 15s, the women’s top-flight domestic league, by 25% as it struggles to cope with the financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Telegraph reported.

a woman playing a game of football: Rugby Union - England Women v Barbarians

Rugby Union – England Women v Barbarians

The report said that financial support to each of the 10 teams in the league would drop from 75,000 pounds to 56,250 pounds this season.

The 2019-20 Premier 15s season was declared null and void by the RFU in April due to the COVID-19 pandemic and Tyrrells ended their sponsorship of the competition when their contract expired in August. The new season is expected to begin later this month.

In July, the RFU had projected a short-term revenue loss of 107 million pounds due to the closure of Twickenham Stadium and also proposed making 139 positions within the organisation redundant after finances took

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Couture Clothing Receives Superior Care at Sudsies, South Florida’s Premier Eco-Friend Dry Cleaner

MIAMI BEACH, Fla., Sept. 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Sudsies Dry Cleaners & Laundry knows designer garments demand specialized attention. Couture pieces are known for their delicate fabrics, sophisticated design, and intricate embellishments, and the handmade nature and uniqueness of couture clothing can cost hundreds and thousands of dollars. That’s why, in caring for these pieces, Sudsies’ couture cleaning service exclusively uses a “hands-only” approach – hand-checking, hand-treating, and hand finishing.

Managing couture garment cleaning is part science, part art, and something each member of the Sudsies team takes very seriously. Everyone at Sudsies is professionally trained by the National Cleaners Association and the Dry Cleaning & Laundry Institute. They receive specialized training in how to work with specialty garments, how solutions react with fabrics, and best practices necessary for other innovative techniques.

“Someone that invests in couture clothing is discerning in every way. Their expectations are high, and we’re

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Prime Day, Amazon’s Premier Shopping Event, Will Take Place Oct. 13-14

After Prime Day didn’t take place this past July due to Covid-19 issues, no one really thought Amazon would cancel its biggest shopping event of the year. Last week, rumors of a new date began to circulate, and now the brand has finally confirmed that Prime Day will take place on Oct. 13… and Oct. 14. The ecommerce behemoth is breaking with tradition once again by extending the sales event to two days.

Per a statement from Amazon’s chief of worldwide consumer business, Jeff Wilke, this year’s double-feature Prime Day is being billed as the “the perfect opportunity for Prime members to get their holiday shopping done early from the comfort of their homes.” 

The event began as a single day in 2015. For its fifth Prime Day in 2019, Amazon rolled out a new 48-hour format for the shopping extravaganza. According to Adobe Analytics, by the end of the

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