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Arsenal v Man Utd
|Place BetPlace Bet|
|Everton / Southampton||3.4/13.4/1||Win
|Place BetPlace Bet|
|Leciester / Liverpool / Tottenham||6.9/16.9/1||Win
|Place BetPlace Bet|
Date of Tips: 29/01/2021
Disclaimer The odds for these selections were correct at the time of publishing (12:01 29/01/2021) but may have changed since. Please check the latest price before placing your bet.
Premier League action returns this weekend with 10 scheduled fixtures set to take place over Saturday & Sunday.
WhichBookie football analyst Matt Le Tissier is back to provide his thoughts on the games as well as provide betting tips for all ten fixtures.
This week, Matt has selected his NAP from the weekends stand-out fixture which sees Arsenal host Man Utd at the Emirates, as well as a likeable double at odds of over 7/2 and a Sunday fixture treble.
Matt’s Soccer Saturday Super 6 predictions are also available to view for free.
Everton will be part of my double this week. At the moment, it’s difficult to see where Newcastle’s next win is coming from and you do worry a bit for Steve Bruce with them being without a win in nine now and only managing a couple of draws in those.
|Everton v Newcastle|
It’s difficult to separate these two with neither being in great form. Wolves still haven’t won a game since Jiménez got injured which is a big worry for them. I think a draw in this one is the bet for me at just over 2/1.
|Crystal Palace v Wolves|
Obviously, there’s not a lot of mileage in 2/13 for Man City. If I was to have a little bet on this, it would probably be City to win & Over 3.5 Goals. You can get odds of around 7/5 for that bet with Betfred.
|Man City v Sheff Utd|
|Man City & Over 3.5 Goals||7/5||Visit|
I think Fulham may win this one but odds of 11/8 are a little short. West Brom have been so bad at home and have conceded a lot of goals so it’s hard to look away from Fulham to be honest. They haven’t won a lot of games themselves but they’ve certainly been playing a lot better than West Brom have. I’ll have to back Fulham here.
|West Brom v Fulham|
This will be may NAP of the week and I’ll be backing United to bounce back from their defeat to Sheffield United on Wednesday. Their away from so far this season has been pretty special and even if they go behind in games, they’re coming back to win them away from home.
I fancy United quite strongly at odds of 17/10 with 10Bet.
|Arsenal v Man Utd|
|Man Utd (NAP)||17/11||Visit|
I’m going to have this as the second part of my double with Everton as I fancy my team to turn Villa over. I expected Villa to beat Burnley on Wednesday and they may have been a little unlucky not to but I expect the Saints to have at least one of their first choice fullbacks back and this is a game which is very winnable for us. At just under 2/1, I think the price is good for a Southampton win.
|Southampton v Aston Villa|
|Matchday 21 Double|
|Everton / Southampton||3.4/1||Visit|
This isn’t a great betting game for me. At a price of around 3/10, Chelsea aren’t playing good enough to warrant those odds. They couldn’t put away a Wolves team on Wednesday which aren’t in particularly good form and so they’re a little short for me. I do think they’ll win and if I was having a bet I’d probably say Chelsea to win by 1 goal.
|Chelsea v Burnley|
|Chelsea to win by 1 goal||3/1||Visit|
These next three games are going to be my treble for the week starting with Leicester to beat Leeds. They’re a very good team and even without Vardy, they’ve got good quality and were a little unfortunate not to beat Everton on Wednesday night. Odds of 17/20 on a Leicester win stand out for me as a good bet.
|Leicester v Leeds|
Liverpool will be the second part of my treble. I saw a little spark return with Liverpool when they played Spurs on Thursday evening and although West Ham are in good form, I’ll be backing Liverpool here at 4/5.
|West Ham v Liverpool|
Brighton’s home form is abysmal at the moment and even though Kane will be out for Spurs, they have enough quality in the squad to put Brighton away. Brighton have only won one home game in over a year. Other than their 2-1 win against Arsenal in June, their last win at home was against Bournemouth back in December 2019.
Spurs will be the final part of my treble with Leicester and Liverpool.
|Brighton v Tottenham|
|Matchday 21 Treble|
|Leciester / Liverpool / Tottenham||6.9/1||Visit|