WhichBookie racing analyst Andrew Blair White provides a preview and betting tips for four races between York and Downpatrick this afternoon.
West Ham v Leeds
|Wolves / West Brom||6.84/1||Win
|Arsenal / Spurs / Chelsea||2.88/1||Win
Date of Tips: 05/03/2021
Disclaimer The odds for these selections were correct at the time of publishing (11:43 05/03/2021) but may have changed since. Please check the latest price before placing your bet.
10 more Premier League fixtures take place this week including the Manchester Derby at the Etihad on Sunday afternoon.
WhichBookie football analyst Matt Le Tissier returns to share his thoughts and betting tips for all upcoming matches including his NAP of the week, along with a double and London treble.
I’m going to go for an Arsenal win here even though they’re a little bit on the short side. I just can’t see Burnley troubling them too much as they’re not in great form currently.
Arsenal to beat Burnley will be part of my London treble this week.
|Burnley v Arsenal|
I’ll have to go for a draw here as I don’t have any confidence in either side winning. Sheff Utd had a good win against Villa on Wednesday and held on well with 10 men but I’m not confident in them winning back to back matches.
|Sheff Utd v Southampton|
This will part of my double and I’ll be backing Wolves. It’s been a struggle for Villa lately and losing to Sheff Utd was a big blow.
Wolves at just over 2/1 is very good considering they were on a five-match unbeaten run before losing to City on Tuesday night which is a good enough reason to back them in my opinion.
|Aston Villa v Wolves|
This is a tough one to call for me. Will a full-strength team, you wouldn’t be getting odds of almost 2/1 on Leicester but I think the injuries have started to take their toll a little bit on them. Given that and that Brighton don’t lose a lot of home games, the odds on the draw is looking the best option to me.
|Brighton v Leicester|
I’m going for West Brom to win this match and it will be the second part of my double along with Wolves.
Newcastle appear to be in array at the moment with players are falling out with the manager and talking to the media about it. Also, I’m seeing a little bit more from West Brom than I’ve seen in recent weeks and one defeat in their last four will have given them a glimmer of hope.
29/20 for a home win is decent enough odds.
|West Brom v Newcastle|
|Wolves / West Brom||6.84/1||Visit|
Considering Liverpool have lost their last five home games and Fulham are at odds of 9/1, I’d be tempted to have a little bet on an away win. Liverpool have loads of injuries and no confidence so a small punt on Fulham to continue Liverpool’s bad run would be the bet from me.
Fulham are looking much more organised at the moment and their 1-0 loss to Spurs was their first defeat in six. If they’re organised on Sunday and Liverpool aren’t confident in creating chances, they’ll always have a chance on the counter-attack as they’ve got decent pace up front.
|Liverpool v Fulham|
Man Utd have had so many 0-0 draws against the top teams that you wouldn’t put it past them to do it again. They’re also probably the most likely team to stop City’s run of wins.
United held them to a draw at Old Trafford earlier in the season which has been City’s only goalless draw so far. The draw at over 3/1 is probably the small play for me.
|Man City v Man Utd|
I fancy Spurs here. I think Palace just haven’t looked like scoring recently and I think Spurs at home will be able to open them up.
Odds of 9/20 on Tottenham at home is a fair price and they’ll go in my treble this week.
|Tottenham v Crystal Palace|
Chelsea to beat Everton will be the final part of my London treble along with Arsenal and Spurs.
Tuchel has got Chelsea well organised and confident and they seem to be comfortable in the system that they’ve been playing. Although Everton are on a decent run, I think Chelsea will have too much for them.
|Chelsea v Everton|
|Arsenal / Spurs / Chelsea||2.88/1||Visit|
West Ham to beat Leeds will be my NAP this week.
West Ham have been playing some really good football and gave Man City a really good game which was one of only two defeats in their last dozen or so games with the other being against Liverpool.
Leeds have lost three of their last four and so West Ham at better than even money is the bet of the weekend for me.
|West Ham v Leeds|
|West Ham (NAP)||11/10||Visit|