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Calendar 7th October
Football icon kick off 12:30
Football icon Tottenham 1+ goals in each October league game
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The loss of Harry Kane has not held Tottenham back one bit.

They currently sit third in the league and have scored 17 goals in seven games – the joint-third highest in the league.

That averages to 2.43 goals per game and better still, they’ve scored at least one goal in every game this season.

That stat is even more impressive when you consider they’ve been up against Man Utd, Arsenal, and Liverpool in that time.

Their October fixtures are looking very tame and Spurs should continue their undefeated run.

They face Luton and Crystal Palace away and Fulham at home during October.

Luton and Fulham are struggling defensively and with the attacking power that Tottenham possess it’s easy to see them netting a few goals in each game.

Crystal Palace away will be their toughest opponent this month, but that’s not really saying much.

Although Palace are a defensively solid team, I can’t see them keeping Spurs at bay. Tottenham look like scoring every time they go forward and I reckon they bag at least one goal here.

Football icon Tottenham 4+ corners in each October league game
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Only Arsenal and Manchester United average more corners than Tottenham this season.

They’re averaging 6.71 of them per game and I really fancy their chances of picking up at least four against Luton, Fulham, and Crystal Palace.

Let’s be honest, I don’t think Luton stand a chance against Tottenham. Even Burnley beat them at home in midweek. The Hatters are conceding 4.86 corners per game.

Fulham are conceding 4.71 corners per game, that’s the lowest of the three teams. But Spurs are averaging 10.33 corners per game when playing at home. So yeah… that should be covered.

Finally, Palace love to sit deep and play for those 1-0 wins. This opens them up to a lot of pressure and hence a lot of corners. They’re conceding 5.57 on average and Spurs should see themselves past 4 at Selhurst Park.


Calendar 8th October
Football icon kick off 14:00
Football icon Newcastle 1+ goals in each October league game
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Newcastle are the joint second highest scorers with 18 in 7 (2.57 per game).

Finding the back of the net in all but one game, the 1-0 defeat away to champions Manchester City.

This month, Newcastle will face West Ham, Crystal Palace, and Wolves.
West Ham have conceded a goal in all but one of their first seven PL fixtures. They also failed to keep a CS in both fixtures against the Magpies last year.

Crystal Palace represents the most difficult fixture for Newcastle in October, Hodgson’s side have started well and are one of the better defenses in the league, three clean sheets in in seven and conceding 1.00 goals per game.

Newcastle scored in both fixtures against Wolves, last year. Wolves only have one clean sheet in their opening 7 games and none in the last 4 league games.

Football icon Newcastle 4+ corners in each October league game
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Newcastle’s 4.57 corners per game is middling in the league but the last three performances have seen The Toon exceed this mark against Burnley (5), Sheffield United (5), and Brentford (8).

Newcastle’s October opponents are among the more generous sides when it comes to giving away corners.

West Ham ranks worst in the division with opponents taking 9.57 corners against them, Palace and Wolves both rank in the bottom half of the Premier League with 5.57 and 6.00 corners given away respectively.

Newcastle’s track record against these sides is also good. Last season Newcastle saw at least 4 corners in all 6 league games against WHU (6, 4), CP (13, 15), and WOL (13, 10).

Aston Villa

Calendar 8th October
Football icon kick off 14:00
Football icon Aston Villa 1+ goals in each October league game
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I think it’s safe to say that Unai Emery’s Villa side have started this season in similar fashion to the way in which they ended the last.

Goals, an aggressive press, intensity, Villa are a nightmare to play against when they’re on their game, and they’ve shown it countless times this season.

Villa have netted 18 times in just 7 games, for an average of 2.57 goals per game. Sure, they scored 6 against Brighton, but even then, they’d averaged 2.00 goals over 6 games.

They’ve failed to score just once in the league against this campaign, that blank coming against a very strong Liverpool side.

Opponents over the course of October are pretty favourable for Emery’s side as well

Wolves: Conceded 13 in 7, 1.86 per game
West Ham: Conceded 10 in 7, 1.43 per game
Luton: Conceded 14 in 7, 2.00 per game

Even better, these sides have just 2 clean sheets between them, Wolves with 1, and West Ham with 1.

Villa have looked frighteningly good at times in forward areas, especially with the addition of Moussa Diaby in the attack. With all that said, they’re more than capable of bagging a goal in each of their October fixtures.

Football icon Aston Villa 4+ corners in each October league game
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That extra attacking impetus has also seen Villa’s corner count increase this season.

They’re averaging 5.29 per game, which comes as no surprise when you look at the dynamic runners in Watkins, Diaby, Bailey, and even Mcginn further up the pitch.

They’re aggressive, tenacious, and very much capable of getting in behind a defence in wide areas, hence why they’ve managed 4 or more corners in 5 of their 7 league outings so far.

They failed to hit 4 corners away to Liverpool, which is hardly surprising given the calibre
of opponent, and in their 6-1 victory over Brighton. However, October’s opposition makes for great reading here.

Wolves: 6.00 corners against per game
West Ham: 9.57 corners against per game
Luton: 4.86 corners against per game

All 3 are likely to sit off against Villa, and invite pressure to an extent. It’s what we’ve seen from them this season so far, and as a result West Ham have conceded 4 or more in 100% of their games.

It’s a slightly lower return for Wolves and Luton, conceding 4 or more in 6 out of 7, and 5 out of 7 respectively, but you’d be confident in Villa getting the job done here.

Not to mention, Luton do concede more against stronger sides. Chelsea and Brighton both managed 6 against them, and I’d put Villa in that bracket.

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