When the Premier League kicked off three and a bit months ago, there were a lot of predictions that were made.
However if you said that heading into the tenth weekend of the season, Tottenham would be leading the pack, Liverpool would have lost to Aston Villa 7-2 and Manchester City would be stuck in 13th place… let’s just say the odds of that would have been astronomical.
Just nine points separate the top 15 clubs and with upsets coming week in, week out, it’s turning into one of the toughest seasons to tip.
There’s a lot to look forward to this coming weekend with Tottenham’s credentials getting put to the test by a red hot Chelsea side.
Read on to see who we are backing in the Premier League this weekend.
Saturday 28 November, 7:00am, Selhurst Park
Crystal Palace 0 – Newcastle 2
Roy Hodgson can claim Palace are not a one-man team in the form of Wilfried Zaha but recent evidence suggests otherwise.
With the Ivorian international missing, Palace slumped to a 1-0 loss against Burnley and it appears as though they will be missing him for their match against Newcastle.
In most cases that should direct a bet towards Newcastle but they have not looked all that strong in their most recent matches, losing 2-0 to Southampton and Chelsea.
This match could very easily come down to whoever scores first wins and with that in mind, I’ll take the safe play and back a low scoring contest, even at that price.
Back Under 2.5 Goals @ $1.65
Brighton and Hove Albion
Saturday 28 November, 11:30pm, Amex Stadium
Brighton 1 – Liverpool 1
No Salah, no Mane, no van Dijk… you get the point, no worries for Liverpool as they dismantled Leicester last up.
It would be awfully remiss of them to dismiss the danger of a trip to Brighton turning into a trap game for them and Jurgen Klopp will continue his managerial masterclass, steering his side thought this challenging period.
It might not be the easiest match ever, but with Diogo Jota in the form he is in front of goal, there is no way I’m backing against him and the reigning champions.
Back Diogo Jota to Score and Liverpool to Win @ $3.25
Sunday 29 November, 2:00am, Etihad Stadium
Manchester City 5 – Burnley 0
In previous seasons, you might have been able to expect City to go through the motions in a match like this one, pass the ball around and find a way to get home with a comfortable if not flashy win.
Burnley scored their first goal since October 4th in their 1-0 win over Crystal Palace and on paper you would expect City to cruise home in this one.
More than anything else though, they need a win after taking one point off Liverpool and Tottenham in their last two league matches.
You could make a case that City might stumble again but with their history against Burnley, I’m not taking that bait.
City has won the last six matches in all competitions, five of which were to nil so that’s the play once again here as Pep finds a way to get them over the line.
Back Manchester City to Win to Nil @ $1.75
Sunday 29 November, 4:30am, Goodison Park
Everton 0 – Leeds 1
Leeds might have felt a bit hard done by to come away from their match against 10-man Arsenal with just a point but it was enough to end a two game losing streak.
Up next is sixth placed Everton whose recent run can only be described as “rough” with four points from their last five matches.
The Toffees needed every last bit of luck to hold off Fulham in a concerning second half but I still like their chances of getting by their visitors here.
Both teams to score has hit in nine of Everton’s last ten matches while Leeds have only been kept scoreless in the Premier League twice so far so you can add that on for some extra value.
SGM: Everton to Win and Both Teams to Score @ $3.32
West Bromwich Albion
Sunday 29 November, 7:00am, The Hawthorns
West Brom 1 – Sheffield United 0
There is really not a lot to get excited about in this fixture with the Premier League’s two winless sides facing off.
Normally when these two teams take to the pitch against anyone else you back against them as they both struggle to score, something which makes winning as close to impossible as can be without being actually impossible.
Sheffield have scored four goals on the season, three of which have come in their last five matches, while West Brom have managed just one goal in their last five.
With that in mind, there’s value to be had in the unders market with one goal seemingly all we can hope for at best.
Back Under 1.5 Goals @ $2.75
Monday 30 November, 1:00am, St Mary’s Stadium
Southampton 2 – Manchester United 3
At the start of November, there were serious concerns about the job security of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer but three straight wins in all competitions have them looking like they might be back on track.
They have a huge test coming up against Southampton who have not lost a match since September 20 against Tottenham, winning five and drawing two in that time.
It’s time to start giving Southampton a bit of credit for how well they are playing but United look like they might be finding a rhythm as well so I’ll take the draw as neither side can gain the ascendency.
Back the Draw @ $3.45
Monday 30 November, 3:30am, Stamford Bridge
Chelsea 0 – Tottenham 0
It’s the question many are asking, and others can’t quite bring themselves to get their head around, “are Tottenham legitimate title challengers?”
It’s hard to argue against what they are doing at the moment leading the league but Chelsea will give them a huge test of their credentials coming in on a six match winning streak.
Frank Lampard’s side have the edge in this matchup recently, winning the last three matches and usually keeping them at arm’s length.
That six match winning streak, combined with Spurs having to back up on a two days shorter turnaround after a Europa League match with Ludogorets is enough to swing me around to Chelsea.
Back Chelsea to Win @ $2.02
Monday 30 November, 6:15am, Emirates Stadium
Arsenal 1 – Wolves 2
Heading into the season there was a real sense of optimism that both of these clubs were primed to take the next step and challenge for a Champions League spot.
Safe to say these are two of the more disappointing teams so far relative to preseason expectations with Wolves in ninth and Arsenal three spots below.
The good news for both of these teams is that with the way the Premier League table is sitting, they are a few good weeks away from getting back into top four contention.
At this point, the match has all the makings of a line call so with Wolves clear outsiders, I’ll back them as a value play.
Back Wolves to Win @ $3.70
Tuesday 1 December, 4:30am, King Power Stadium
Leicester 1 – Fulham 2
How much should Leicester’s loss to Liverpool scare punters?
Not enough to have any faith in Fulham springing an upset, the far more likely outcome is a massive response from Leicester against one of the Premier League’s cellar dwellers.
Fulham did manage to run Everton close but still ultimately fell short and there are just too many difference makers on Leicester to see them get held down twice in a row.
Back Leicester to Win & Over 2.5 Goals @ $2.30
Tuesday 1 December, 7:00am, London Stadium
West Ham 2 – Aston Villa 1
Matchweek 10 closes out with a claret and blue derby (or at least one of them) as Villa visits the Olympic Stadium.
If you just looked at recent form there’s a case to be made for West Ham having won their last two matches, until you see they were 1-0 squeakers against Sheffield United and Fulham,
Villa has lost three of its last four matches dropping points to Leeds, Southampton and Brighton but did win 3-0 against Arsenal in their last away trip.
This is another match where the two sides seem likely to cancel each other out and the draw will be the play here.
Back the Draw @ $3.35
It’s a light Saturday night of English Premier League action this weekend with a Saturday morning game and European commitments pushing a handful of games to Sunday night.
The biggest clash on the docket is definitely Liverpool taking on Tottenham in the rematch of the Champions League Final from June, although with considerably less on the line here.
Leicester is up to third thanks to the Premier League’s longest unbeaten run and are involved in the first match of the weekend with a trip to Southampton.
So without further ado, let’s get into it and preview all ten Premier League fixtures and find our recommended betting plays.
Saturday 26 October, 6:00am, St Mary’s Stadium
Southampton 0 – Leicester 9
Something seems off with this market, Leicester is up to third place and Southampton have less than half the points down in 17th yet Leicester is over even money to win the match.
Perhaps it has something to do with the fact Leicester have taken just four points from four away matches but even so, do you really want to back Southampton to get anything out of this match?
The Foxes are a much better team and should win this game comfortably, jump on the value on offer.
Back Leicester to Win @ $2.30
Saturday 26 October, 10:30pm, Etihad Stadium
Manchester City 3 – Aston Villa 0
While Leicester represents a great value play, City do not.
You’ll have to hunt for some value here since City should be able to beat Aston Villa, but at $1.10 outright, there’s not a lot of value in that head to head market.
We’ll put that in a Same Game Multi but we’ll also take Both Teams to Score given City’s having so much trouble finding healthy defenders and Villa should be able to get at least one goal here.
Of course City will find ways to score more than a handful since Villa have conceded in their last four.
SGM: City to Win, Both Teams to Score, Over 3.5 Goals @ $2.70
Brighton And Hove Albion
Sunday 27 October, 1:00am, Amex Stadium
Brighton 3 – Everton 2
Was a win at West Ham what Everton needed to get back on track?
Maybe in a few weeks we might be able to say that was some sort of turning point but it would be foolish to be completely back on board the Toffees bandwagon just yet.
Last season’s trip to the Amex Stadium was a rough one with the Seagulls winning 1-0 just after Christmas.
In a tipping competition you would probably shade Everton but the markets for this one look just about right and it might be a good opportunity to stay away and look for better value elsewhere.
Sunday 27 October, 1:00am, Vicarage Road
Watford 0 – Bournemouth 0
That first win is coming for Watford, it’s right around the corner, could it be this week against Bournemouth?
After taking a point away from Spurs in London, that might just give them the boost they need to get past a side like Bournemouth.
The Cherries are winless in three but have been able to pick up draws from West Ham and Norwich.
Watford are looking better but until they actually find a way to win a match, it’s too risky to back them for anything more than a draw.
Back the Draw @ $3.50
Sunday 27 October, 1:00am, London Stadium
West Ham 1 – Sheffield United 1
Maybe it’s my fault for having faith in West Ham last week but they looked horrendously average at best taking on Everton.
Sheffield on the other hand looked like a scrappy promoted team desperate to secure a second season of Premier League football beating Arsenal which… ok not as big of an achievement as it was 10 years ago, but still.
With seven points from their last four matches, Sheffield at least looks like it might have found a way to play in the Premier League and generate results.
Back Sheffield United to Win @ $3.50
Sunday 27 October, 3:30am, Turf Moor
Burnley 2 – Chelsea 4
Maybe it’s time to re-evaluate Chelsea, with three straight wins and four from their last five, the Blues might just be buying into Frank Lampard the manager.
Even though they have won on their last two trips to Turf Moor and hold a record of four wins and a draw at the venue in the Premier League, Burnley has been a tough opponent for them.
In the last five meetings, Burnley has taken points in the three matches at Stamford Bridge with two draws and a win in that time although it’s too much to try and talk myself into backing anything other than a Chelsea win.
One factor that has to be considered though is the fact Chelsea is going to be on very short rest after a Champions League tie in Amsterdam.
That might have them working with a slightly limited squad but it should still be enough to handle Burnley.
SGM: Chelsea to Win & Over 1.5 Goals @ $1.99
Monday 28 October, 1:00am, St James’ Park
Newcastle 1 – Wolves 1
It’s a bit of a risk to back Wolves to win, especially post Europa League but this Newcastle side isn’t scaring… anyone really.
You can automatically cross off a Newcastle victory here, for some reason they only seem to be able to defeat members of the big six, beating Tottenham and Manchester United in their two wins this season.
Against the rest of the Premier League, they’ve compiled a measly two points from six matches.
More than anything else this is a bet against Newcastle than it is in support of Wolves.
Back Wolves to Win @ $2.55
Monday 28 October, 3:30am, Emirates Stadium
Arsenal 2 – Crystal Palace 2
The more things change, the more things stay the same, every season it seems like the Gunners are good for one of those hilarious (if you didn’t back them) losses to a team they should swat away like a fly.
Which then begs the question, do you feel like this side is capable of a response this weekend against Palace?
Last season they picked up a grand total of one point from Palace including an embarrassing 3-2 loss at the Emirates.
The midweek Europa League match against Vitoria shouldn’t require too much of the first team squad to get all three points so expect Unai Emery to deploy his big guns here.
In the familiar confines of their home ground, Arsenal should be able to overcome the sometimes confusing team selections, especially in the midfield and come away with a win as Aubameyang leads from the front.
SGM: Arsenal to Win, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Anytime Goalscorer @ $2.48
Monday 28 October, 3:30am, Anfield
Liverpool 2 – Tottenham 1
If this fixture can’t get a response out of Spurs then perhaps nothing will.
Sure they looked good getting a 5-0 win over Crvena Zvezda in the Champions League during the week and will have an extra day of rest over Liverpool but this side has some major question marks over it.
Not to mention the lingering memory of their relative no-show in the Champions League Final back in June when they couldn’t break down the Liverpool defence, going down 2-0 in Madrid.
Liverpool dropped its first points of the campaign against Manchester United last weekend and Jurgen Klopp will be looking to at the very least keep the six point buffer they went into the weekend with intact.
While Spurs will hopefully find a way to be more competitive this time around, Liverpool should have the quality to get over the line and keep a clean sheet as well.
Back Liverpool to Win to Nil @ $2.80
Monday 28 October, 3:30am, Carrow Road
Norwich 1 – Manchester United 3
United might have gone four matches without a win but being the first side to take points off Liverpool might have felt like a victory.
That didn’t really help their position on the table though as they are still stuck in the bottom half and continuing to provide plenty of fodder for writers and comics alike.
Goals have been at a premium in their recent matches with their last nine in all competitions having two or fewer goals (at the time of writing before their Europa League tie with Partizan).
Norwich is one of the few teams with a worse recent run and sits five places below United on the table so while it might be a bit of a risk, you have to expect United to find a way to win here, even if it’s not pretty.
SGM: Manchester United to Win & Under 3.5 Goals @ $2.75
The biggest game of Week 10 in the Premier League is saved until last with Tottenham hosting Manchester City.
With both sides being given maximum rest after their Champions League exertions, both sides will be eager to push for a win here.
Compared to last weekend the Saturday night slate of games is relatively light with no early game and only six in the late or very late window.
That’s not to say there will be a lack of quality with Leicester and West Ham a match that could be worth staying up for (or at least watching on demand).
Read on for our previews, predictions and same game multis for all ten fixtures coming up.
Brighton And Hove Albion
Sunday 28 October, 1:00am, Amex Stadium
Brighton 1 – Wolves 0
Wolves impressive run came to an end against Watford but they take on Brighton as slight favourites to come away with all three points.
Neither side have been in particularly high scoring matches this season, in fact outside of the first game of the season, every other Wolves match has had two or fewer goals.
Five of Brighton’s matches have gone under the 2.5 line as well this season so it is unlikely this will feature a whole lot of clear cut chances.
Brighton have at least scored in five of their past six outings but Wolves should be able to keep them at bay here.
Back Wolves to Win @ $2.45
SGM: Wolves Win, Under 2.5 Goals, Raul Jimenez Anytime Goalscorer
Sunday 28 October, 1:00am, Craven Cottage
Fulham 0 – Bournemouth 3
Fulham will want to forget the last time they played Bournemouth, getting thumped 5-1 at home in the Championship in 2015.
While meetings between these clubs are few and far between, you still have to go back to January 1994 to find the last time Fulham actually beat Bournemouth.
The Cherries form makes their odds here very appealing as they sit in sixth place having taken at least a point from seven of their nine games.
Fulham have the Premier League’s worst defensive record this season and while Bournemouth might not go wild here, a comfortable victory is certainly on the cards.
Back Bournemouth to Win @ $2.40
SGM: Bournemouth Win, Over 3.5 Goals, Callum Wilson Anytime Goalscorer
Sunday 28 October, 1:00am, Anfield
Liverpool 4 – Cardiff 1
As a reward for picking up their first win of the season and doubling their season goal tally in the process, Cardiff get a trip to Anfield.
The bad news is they have to play Liverpool who have let in just three goals all season and are working on a title challenge.
This has the makings of Liverpool blistering the Blue Birds similar to the 2013/2014 season when they scored nine goals in two games against Cardiff.
To answer the jokes last season, Liverpool’s defence is the real deal and should be able to keep Cardiff out while the forwards do their thing.
Back Liverpool to Win to Nil @ $1.70
SGM: Liverpool to Win, Liverpool to Score 3+ Goals, Roberto Firmino and Saido Mane Anytime Goalscorers
Sunday 28 October, 1:00am, St Mary’s Stadium
Southampton 0 – Newcastle 0
If it’s feeling a little hot on Tyneside that probably is due to Rafael Benitez’s seat currently warm enough to power three regional counties.
The Champions League winning boss is yet to register a win in charge this season and a club such as Newcastle will expect a much better return than two points from nine games.
A match against a Southampton side only just ahead of them on the Premier League table certainly has the potential to bring them joy for the first time this season, until you consider their history at St Mary’s
Their last win at the venue came in September 2004 and since Southampton aren’t doing a whole lot better this season a draw is the play here.
Back the Draw @ $3.10
SGM: Draw, Both Teams to Score
Sunday 28 October, 1:00am, Vicarage Road
Watford 3 – Huddersfield 0
Things are much more pleasant around Watford this weekend after their first win in over a month and they will feel confident about making it two in a row against Huddersfield.
Last season they dropped all six points against the Terriers but with the visitors winless, there is no better time than this weekend to pick up another win here.
The return to scoring form for Roberto Pereyra coincided with Watford’s return to winning form and as he goes, they go.
With Huddersfield desperate to turn around their poor form the question remains when a change comes however desperation is a powerful motivator and if they can take an early lead it might be key to an upset win.
Back Watford to Win @ $1.73
SGM: Watford to Win, Roberto Pereyra First Goalscorer
Sunday 28 October, 3:30am, King Power Stadium
Leicester 1 – West Ham 1
Back to back losses for both Leicester and West Ham mean they come into this contest glad that run of results will end for at least one team.
Last season West Ham took four points from these matches including a big away win late in the season.
Both sides will have this game circled as a slump buster and while Leicester have the goalscoring potential in their side, West Ham have the organisation to prevent things from getting out of hand.
Leicester are yet to record a draw this season but this looks like the game that run will end as the Foxes and Hammers fail to break each other down.
Back the Draw @ $3.30
SGM: Draw, Both Teams to Score, Marko Arnautovic Anytime Goalscorer
Monday 29 October, 12:30am, Turf Moor
Burnley 0 – Chelsea 4
Burnley will always have memories of their opening day win at Stamford Bridge last season however their 2-1 defeat at Turf Moor looks like it will be slightly more reflective of the outcome here.
Chelsea have experienced some trouble in this fixture in the past, dropping points in three of the last five games.
What has worked out well for them this season is backing up after a “big” league game, winning the next match after they played another member of the Premier League’s big six.
Even with the turnaround after the Europa League midweek, Chelsea should be able to come away with a high scoring win.
Back Chelsea to Win and Over 2.5 Goals @ $2.05
SGM: Chelsea Win, Over 2.5 Goals, Olivier Giroud First Goalscorer
Monday 29 October, 12:30am, Selhurst Park
Crystal Palace 2 – Arsenal 2
After years of being a punchline with Arsene Wenger on the touchline, it looks like the fun has come back at Arsenal.
Their third goal against Leicester was a testament to what this side is capable of, however their early concession is a reminder that the bubble is capable of bursting anytime soon.
Each of their last three meetings with Crystal Palace has featured three or more goals and with the way their forward line is gelling right now, they should be able to score as many goals as needed to stay ahead of a stuttering Palace attack.
Back Arsenal to Win @ $1.85
SGM: Arsenal Win, Over 2.5 Goals, Alexandre Lacazette Anytime Goalscorer
Monday 29 October, 3:00am, Old Trafford
Manchester United 2 – Everton 1
Everton are ahead of United on the Premier League table.
I repeat, Everton are ahead of United on the Premier League table.
It’s only by one point but if they want to keep it that way, Everton will need to avoid defeat when they travel to Old Trafford.
United did win both meetings last season by a 6-0 aggregate score, but if Everton are held scoreless here, questions must be asked.
United have conceded 3, 2 and 2 goals in the last three matches so the value play here is in fact the both teams to score market.
Back Both Teams to Score @ $1.80
SGM: Both Teams to Score, United to Win, Romelu Lukaku Anytime Goalscorer
Tuesday 30 October, 7:00am, Tottenham Stadium
Tottenham 0 – Manchester City 1
The match of the round concludes the weekend’s action here as Tottenham and Manchester City meet for a blockbuster at Wembley.
Tottenham have won four in a row and with a rough Champions League campaign to this point, will likely want to turn their attention to their domestic fortunes.
City need all three points in what looks it will be a a very tightly run title race already this season.
With the Sky Blues having won both meetings last season Tottenham will want to keep their four match winning run going but these sides seem too hard to split.
Back the Draw @ $1.75
SGM: Both Teams to Score, Draw, Harry Kane First Goalscorer
We are ready for EPL Round 10 to kick off or as it is otherwise known, one of the more frustrating weekends for fans watching at home. With the UK moving off daylight savings time, Saturday night has games at their familiar spot but Sunday sees every game moving back an hour. Before that though we have a massive clash between Manchester United and Tottenham at Old Trafford while at the other end of the table the battle of the clubs who have sacked their managers takes place Sunday evening between Everton and Leicester.
Saturday 28 October, 10:30pm, Old Trafford
With both sides eying off a potential title tilt, they will be very eager to get one up in this clash. Tottenham are in the middle of a great run, breaking their Wembley duck in the league as a part of four straight wins. United played for a draw against Liverpool before a massive upset by Huddersfield. Traditionally this is the sort of game where Jose Mourinho will slow the game down and try to grind out a low scoring result so with that in mind, take the under here.
Back Under 2.5 Goals @ $1.80
Sunday 29 October, 1:00am, Vicarage Road
Watford’s defeat at Chelsea last will have done nothing to dent their confidence as they were able to push the Blues for large parts of the game. They are still yet to lose against sides outside of the big six this season and are resilient when at home. Stoke have not travelled well at all this year picking up just one point all the way back in August. With just one win and four losses from their last five starts, it’s hard to see them changing that form here. I like Watford to continue their excellent start to the season in this game and get by with a comfortable win.
Back Watford to Win @ $2.05
Sunday 29 October, 1:00am, Emirates Stadium
For all the turmoil surrounding Arsenal, they managed to respond last week with an excellent second half to run out comfortable 5-2 victors over Everton. Swansea on the other hand are sitting at the bottom end of the table, thanks in part to the fact they have been somewhat sound defensively even in defeat. With their major stars not taking part in the midweek Carabao Cup fixture expect Arsenal to get by here and with Alexandre Lacazette scoring freely at the Emirates Stadium, he should get on the scoresheet here.
Back Alexandre Lacazette to Score and Arsenal to Win @ $1.91
West Bromwich Albion
Sunday 29 October, 1:00am, The Hawthorns
If there is going to be a side to hand City their first loss of the season, it is highly unlikely it will be West Brom, who are currently sitting on 10 points and are without a win since their second match of the year. City as we all know are flying high on top of the table with eight wins and a draw. They also tend to like playing West Brom having won 13 of the last fourteen meetings, including 11 straight. Add in the fact that they are likely smarting after being taken to penalties by Championship side Wolves in the Carabao Cup and this just screams City winning by a lot.
Back City to Score 3+ Goals @ $2.05
Sunday 29 October, 1:00am, Anfield
Last weekend consisted of dreams and nightmares for these two sides, Huddersfield got their first win over Manchester United since 1952. Liverpool are desperate for a bounce back after being ripped apart by Tottenham and with just one win since the start of September, they are desperate for a reversal in form. Both sides have shown a vulnerability at the back and while Liverpool are far & away the better side on paper, I can’t say to back them in good conscience right now.
West Ham United
Sunday 29 October, 1:00am, Selhurst Park
Palace came back down to earth in the last few days after their first win of the season with defeats at Newcastle in the league before a confidence denting thrashing at the hands of Bristol City in the Carabao Cup. West Ham will be coming off a derby cup tie against Tottenham however with several first team players not expected to feature they will still be somewhat fresh heading into this game. Last year West Ham won both games but this season’s product is not quite at that level and this has the makings of a scrappy draw.
Back the Draw @ $3.20
Sunday 29 October, 3:30am, Vitality Stadium
Something is not right with Chelsea at the moment, winning just two of their last five game however their ability to finish strong against Watford might give them the platform to go forward from here and build on it. They face a Bournemouth side that has failed to inspire at all this year and will be overmatched by Chelsea’s pace and power. There is a bit of value in Chelsea straight up but the better play here is to take Chelsea to score in both halves.
Back Chelsea to score in both halves @ $2.35
Brighton And Hove Albion
Monday 30 October, 12:30am, Amex Stadium
Both sides have been relatively productive since returning from the October international windowwith a win and a draw in their two matches. Southampton are playing just their fourth league game away from home with a win, draw and loss so far. Brighton have been a tough host at Amex Stadium, not dropping a point there since opening day against Manchester City. With a big win over West Ham last week they might have a tougher test against Southampton as both sides pick up a point each.
Back the Draw @ $3.00
Monday 30 October, 3:00am, King Power Stadium
Plenty of drama in the blue half of Merseyside as they prepare for their first game without Ronald Koeman in charge. After a rough start to the season they will face Leicester in a battle of the replacement managers. Despite their mediocre overall record, most of their dropped points have come against sides in contention for the Champions League, winning two, drawing one and losing one outside the traditional Big Six. Even then, the advantage of playing at home in front of the maniacal fans at the King Power should be enough to get Leicester over the line here.
Back Leicester City to Win @ $2.15
Tuesday 31 October, 7:00am, Turf Moor
The final match of the Premier League round and it screams two sides that will cancel each other out. Burnley have a league high four draws this year with three coming in their last five outings while Newcastle have drawn two in their last three. Newcastle’s form is very encouraging losing just once in September and they are showing an ability and belief under Rafael Benitez to get the necessary results to be in the mix this year. Burnley have shown a similar resiliency and I think neither side will let themselves lose here.
Back the Draw @ $3.10
We are now over a quarter of the way through the English Premier League season the table is now starting to take shape.
Tottenham and Leicester City were involved in the race for the championship at the end of last season – with Leicester City easily accounting for their rivals – and they will face off at White Hart Lane this weekend.
Add in interesting contests between Crystal Palace and Liverpool, Southampton and Chelsea and West Bromwich Albion and Manchester City and it is another huge weekend of English Premier League action.
Sunday 30 October, 10:30pm, Stadium Of Light
Sunderland 1 - Arsenal 4
Sunderland suffered yet another loss at the hands of West Ham last weekend and it is no surprise that they will go into this clash as heavy underdogs.
Sunderland are still chasing their first victory of the season and they face a difficult assignment against Arsenal, but they have won three of their past 11 games for a very narrow profit.
Arsenal let slip a golden opportunity to go to the top of the English Premier League ladder when they drew with Middlesbrough last weekend and they can’t afford to drop more points against Sunderland.
The Gunners have won just seven of their past 15 games as away favourites for a loss, while they have not lost in their past 12 games against Sunderland.
There is no doubt that Arsenal are deserving favourites, but it is tough to get them as short as their current quote and I am happy to stay out of this clash from a betting perspective.
Sunday 30 October, 1:00am, Old Trafford
Manchester United 0 - Burnley 0
Jose Mourinho is already under plenty of pressure at Manchester United and a defeat at the hands of Burnley would lead to absolute carnage.
Manchester United were nothing short of disgraceful against Chelsea and they have not won a game in the English Premier League since they beat Leicester City over a month ago.
It is no surprise that they will go into this clash as dominant favourites, but they have not been a profitable side as home favourites over the past 12 months.
Burnley returned to winning form with a tough performance against Everton and they will take plenty of confidence from that performance.
The problem for Burnley so far this season is that they have struggled away from home and they have lost all three games as away underdogs.
This is another game where there is very little betting value and I am more than happy to stay out of the action.
Sunday 30 October, 1:00am, Riverside Stadium
Middlesbrough 2 - Bournemouth 0
Middlesbrough produced one of their best performances of the season to date to take a point from Arsenal this weekend and they will go into this clash as clear favourites.
Middlesbrough are yet to fire as the punter’s elect this season and their record at Riverside Stadium has been particularly poor.
Bournemouth have not lost a game since they went down to Manchester City over a month ago and they showed plenty of heart to take a point from their meeting with Tottenham.
Bournemouth have taken at least a point from eight of their past 15 games as away underdogs for a profit and they are more than capable of coming away from this clash with the three points.
Back Bournemouth To Win @ $3
Sunday 30 October, 1:00am, Vicarage Road
Watford 1 - Hull City 0
Watford took a point from their clash with Swansea City last weekend and are dominant favourites to return to winning form against Hull City.
Watford made a slow start to the season, but they have lost just one of their past six matches and have really cemented themselves as consistent English Premier League performers.
They have lost just one of their past eight games as home favourites and they very rarely lose when they are expected to get the job done.
The wheels have fallen off Hull City in a big way and Stoke City resigned them to their fifth loss on the trot last weekend.
Hull City face a tougher challenge against Watford this weekend and it is extremely difficult to see them returning to winning form.
There is a genuine edge at the current price of Watford and they are one of the safest bets in the English Premier League this weekend.
Back Watford To Win @ $1.75
West Bromwich Albion
Sunday 30 October, 1:00am, The Hawthorns
West Bromwich Albion 0 - Manchester City 4
Manchester City produced their third disappointing performance on the trot against Southampton and they are dominant favourites to return to winning form this weekend.
Manchester City looked as though they were going to cruise to the English Premier League title at the start of October, but they are sure to have received a much-needed wake-up call in recent weeks.
Their record as away favourites in the past 12 months is extremely poor – they have won just five of their past 14 games in this scenario.
West Bromwich Albion have won only two games this season, but they have played well in recent weeks and they were far from disgraced against Liverpool.
The Baggies have won five of their past 11 games as home underdogs for a massive profit and they have lost just four of their games in this scenario.
There is no doubt that Manchester City deserve to be favourites, but they are way too short at their current price and the West Bromwich Albion and draw Double Chance is worth a gamble.
Back West Bromwich Albion And Draw Double Chance @ $2.75
Sunday 30 October, 1:00am, White Hart Lane
Tottenham 1 - Leicester City 1
This is one of the most interesting games of the weekend.
Leicester City upstaged Tottenham to win the English Premier League last season, but it is Tottenham that will go into this clash as clear favourites.
Tottenham were unable to get the job done against Bournemouth last weekend, but they are still yet to lose a game this season and their record at home in excellent.
They have now won ten of their past 17 games as home favourites, but this has actually not been a profitable betting play for punters.
Leicester City returned to winning form with a fighting victory over Crystal Palace and they will take plenty of confidence from the fact that they beat Tottenham at White Hart Lane last season.
The Foxes have won four of their past 11 games as away underdogs for a clear profit and there is definite value at their current price of $5.50.
Back Leicester City To Win @ $5.50
Sunday 30 October, 3:30am, Selhurst Park
Crystal Palace 2 - Liverpool 4
Liverpool are arguably the form team in the English Premier League and they recorded their fifth win from their past six games when they beat West Bromwich Albion last weekend.
The style of football that Liverpool has played this season is nothing short of outstanding and they will start this game as clear favourites.
Winning as home favourites has been easier said than done for Liverpool and they have won just six of their past 13 games as away favourites for a loss.
Crystal Palace suffered their second straight loss on the trot against Leicester City and they face another tough assignment this weekend.
They have lost four of their past five games as underdogs for a clear loss, but their recent record against Liverpool is excellent and they have won three of the past six games played between the two sides.
The market looks to have got this game just about right and this is another contest that I am happy to stay out of from a betting perspective.
West Ham United
Monday 31 October, 12:30pm, Goodison Park
Everton 2 - West Ham 0
Everton have regressed significantly since their positive start to the season and they desperately need to return to winning form against West Ham on Monday morning.
Everton produced their worst performance of the season to lose to Burnley, but they will still go into this clash as clear favourites.
Home favourtism has not been a particularly strong position for Everton and they have won just seven of their past 15 games in this scenario for a loss.
West Ham have rebounded impressively in the past two weeks to beat Crystal Palace and Sunderland and their season is now somewhat back on track.
The Hammers have won only three of their past 15 games as away underdogs, but they have drawn six of these contests and backing the London-based side to draw has been a profitbale play over the past 12 months.
The $3.80 currently on offer for the draw can’t be ignored and it is one of the best value betting plays of the week.
Back The Draw @ $3.80
Monday 31 October, 3:00am, St Mary's Stadium
Southampton 0 - Chelsea 2
Both these teams bring strong form into what should be an exciting clash.
Chelsea produced their best performance of the season to completely steamroll Manchester United last weekend and they have now recorded three impressive victories on the trot.
They will go into this clash as clear favourites and they have proven to be a narrow winning proposition as home favourites in the past 12 months having won seven of their past 13 games in this scenario.
Southampton have not lost a game in well over a month and they played very well to take a point from their clash with Manchester City last weekend.
The Saints have an excellent record in front of their home fans and they have won two of their past three games as home underdogs for a clear profit.
I am still not completely sold on this Chelsea outfit and the $3.10 available for a Southampton victory is worth a bet.
Back Southampton To Win @ $3.10
Tuesday 1 November, 7:00am, Britannia Stadium
Stoke City 3 - Swansea City 1
Stoke City have returned to their best form in recent weeks and they will go into this clash as clear favourites.
It is fair to say that Stoke did not beat much in the form of Sunderland and Hull City, but before that they were able to take a point from Manchester United and they haven’t lost for over a month.
Stoke City have won four of their past eight as home favourites for a narrow profit and it is fair to say that they are tough to beat at Britannia Stadium.
The change of manager has not really worked wonder for Swansea City, but they were at least able to end their losing streak with a draw against Watford last weekend.
Swansea City have won just three of their past 17 games as away underdogs and they are profitable in that scenario, but are very tough to rely on.
Neither team really stands out at their current price, but the Over in the Total Goals betting market does appeal.
The over has saluted in 12 of the past 18 away games played by Swansea City and backing the overs has been a profitable betting play in games involving Stoke City over the past 12 months.
Back Over 2.5 Goals @ $1.87