After an action packed round of midweek fixtures, the Premier League is back this weekend with 10 more games taking place from Saturday – Monday.
Follow, WhichBookie football analyst Matt Le Tissier’s tips below to see what he’s backing this week.
Aston Villa v Arsenal (12:30 Saturday)
I quite like the odds on Villa here. I know they’ve had a couple of losses in some tough games but they’re still playing ok. I think at odds of 9/5, they’re a good bet.
|Aston Villa v Arsenal
Burnley v Brighton (15:00 Saturday)
I don’t think they’ll be many goals in this game and so it will be the first part of my Under 2.5 Goals treble this week. I think Brighton may just pinch it as they’re in pretty good form at the minute and I’m not sure Burnley will have their first choice centre-forwards either. A low-scoring game is expected.
|Burnley v Brighton
|Under 2.5 Goals||3/5||Visit
Newcastle v Southampton (15:00 Saturday)
This game will be the second part of my Under 2.5 Goals treble. I think it’ll be a very cagey game against two teams in not particularly good form.
|Newcastle v Southampton
|Under 2.5 Goals||17/20||Visit
Fulham v West Ham (17:30 Saturday)
I’ve gone for this game as my NAP this week. With the form West Ham are in, anything better than even money for them is a steal. David Moyes has them playing really well and Souček is turning out to be an outstanding signing for them.
West Ham to beat Fulham will be my NAP.
|Fulham v West Ham
|West Ham (NAP)||6/5||Visit
Man Utd v Everton (20:00 Saturday)
This isn’t a game I really want to back United in at 1/2. I think Everton are capable of getting something here and the value in the betting market seems to be in the draw with odds of 7/2 available at William Hill. Everton to win are big odds at 11/2 considering they’ve won 7 of their 10 matches on the road this season. Everton Double Chance (To Win or Draw) may also be worth considering at 8/5 with Unibet.
|Man Utd v Everton
|Everton Double Chance||8/5||Visit
Tottenham v West Brom (12:00 Sunday)
This isn’t a game that I really want to have a bet on with any great confidence as Spurs aren’t playing particularly great at the moment and odds of 1/2 for them to win at home aren’t really appealing to me. However, I also can’t see West Brom getting anything out of it so it’s probably the one game I’d leave this weekend.
Wolves v Leicester (14:00 Sunday)
I’ve gone for Leicester in this game. They’re a strong side who are on a pretty good run at the moment and I’ve been surprised with how well they’ve played at times without Vardy in the team. They were a little unfortunate not to beat Everton a couple of games ago and obviously the Leeds result was a bit of a shocker, but on the whole, I think they have played pretty well.
Leicester to beat Wolves will be part of my double this week.
|Wolves v Leicester
Liverpool v Man City (16:30 Sunday)
I’ll be backing City here who are in incredible form at the moment. They’ve had 13 wins on the spin and they’re better than even money on Sunday. I think there’s good value to be had here given the fact Liverpool haven’t been able to beat Burnley or Brighton in their last two home games and I can’t really see them beating Man City.
City will be going in my double with Leicester this week.
|Liverpool v Man City
|Leicester / Man City||3.62/1||Visit
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Sheffield United v Chelsea (19:15 Sunday)
This will be the third part of my Under 2.5 Goals treble. I think Chelsea will win but I think it’ll be a 1-0 or 2-0 score.
|Sheffield United v Chelsea
|Under 2.5 Goals||19/20||Visit
|Under 2.5 Goals Treble
|Burnley v Brighton|
Newcastle v Southampton
Sheff Utd v Chelsea
Leeds v Crystal Palace (20:00 Monday)
I think Palace are overpriced in this one at over 3/1. They’re not shy of a win away from home having won 4 already this season on the road and I think they’re more than capable of hitting Leeds on the counter-attack. I think the value here is on Palace to win.
|Leeds v Crystal Palace