Sheffield Utd v Everton
|Man Utd & Southampton||4.63/1||Win
|Burnley / West Ham / Chelsea||22.17/1||Win
Date of Tips: 23/12/2020
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WhichBookie football analyst Matt Le Tissier gives us his tips on upcoming Matchday 15 Premier League fixtures this week which take place over Saturday and Sunday.
Along with his NAP, Matt has selected a promising double at just under 5/1 and a 22/1 treble which has potential.
This should be a good game. United are in incredible away form with a 100% record on their travels and Leicester have lost four games at home this season. Despite going behind often, United just keep coming back to win so I’ll be backing United here and putting them in my double this week.
|Leicester v Man Utd|
|Man Utd to win||16/11||Visit|
This will be the second part of my double. I think even without Ings, the Saints should have too much quality for Fulham. Despite Fulham picking up a bit lately with some decent results, they’re still not winning games having recorded three draws on the spin. With the way Southampton play, they should be able to dominate possession and if they do that, they’ll win the game.
|Fulham v Southampton|
|Southampton to win||26/19||Visit|
|Man Utd & Southampton to win||4.63/1||Visit|
I’ll be going for a draw here. I think Palace will be looking to keep it tight after last weeks smashing by Liverpool. I’m looking at a 0-0 or 1-1 in this match.
|Aston Villa v Crystal Palace|
Arsenal are in a whole heap of trouble at the moment. I think Chelsea to win and over 2.5 goals would be a single bet for me in this game. However, I’ll be putting Chelsea in my treble this week.
|Arsenal v Chelsea|
|Chelsea to win||20/21||Visit|
|Chelsea to win & Over 2.5 goals||21/10||Visit|
There’s not really any value in backing City to win here as to get any decent odds you’d have to be backing them at -3 or -4 goals and I don’t see that with City at the moment. We saw that with them against Southampton where they took the lead but didn’t try to finish the game off which they have done in the past. They’re not quite as ruthless as they once were and have only scored more than two goals twice in the league this season which is very unlike them.
If I was to have a little bet on this, it would be on the draw. I think 9/1 for a draw in any Premier League match is overpriced and if West Brom can go there and get a draw, there’s no reason Newcastle can’t do the same.
|Man City v Newcastle|
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Everton will be my NAP this week. Sheff Utd look so devoid of confidence at the moment and it’s sad to see considering how well they did last season. They’ve only scored more than one goal once this season and they lost that game which doesn’t fill you with much hope as a Sheff Utd fan. Everton have won their last three and only conceded once in those games so I can’t see anything other than an Everton win here.
|Sheff Utd v Everton|
This is the second part of my treble this week and I’m going for Burnley. They’ve just started to turn a corner being unbeaten in their last four with wins against Wolves and Arsenal and they’re just shy of 4/1 on Sunday.
|Leeds v Burnley|
|Burnley to win||19/5||Visit|
West Ham to beat Brighton will be the final selection in my treble. Brighton draw a lot of games but I think they’re in a bit of trouble. They haven’t won in their last five and aren’t looking like scoring a lot of goals at the moment which is a concern. West Ham have been good against the teams in the bottom half this season.
|West Ham v Brighton|
|West Ham to win||7/5||Visit|
|Chelsea, West Ham & Burnley to win||22.17/1||Visit|
Probably not a great game from a betting perspective this one. It’s hard to find any decent odds without backing Liverpool & over 2.5 or 3.5 but it’s probably one to leave this week.
I’m finding this one quite difficult to call. I think a lot of people thought Wolves may struggle without Jiménez but they had a fantastic result against Chelsea. They didn’t get the result they wanted away to Burnley but that’s not an easy place to go. I think Wolves will give Spurs a decent game so a little bet on the draw would be what I would go for here.
|Wolves v Tottenham|