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Southampton v Brighton
|Place BetPlace Bet|
|Chelsea / Everton||2.34/12.34/1||Win
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|Leicester / Man Utd / Liverpool||4/14/1||Win
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Date of Tips: 12/03/2021
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The Premier League returns before a short break for FA Cup action next week and WhichBookie football analyst Matt Le Tissier is back to share his thoughts and betting tips for all upcoming matches.
After Matt’s NAP on West Ham came in last week, the focus will be on his own team Southampton who he has tipped to beat Brighton at generous odds of 2/1.
Soccer Super 6 is available this week again and Matt has given his opinion on all six matches.
I think without Grealish, Villa are not the same proposition and for that reason, I think Newcastle will have a chance in this game. I’m going to go for a draw but it wouldn’t surprise me if Newcastle snuck the win and they’re quite a big price to take it.
|Newcastle v Aston Villa|
Leeds are a little bit off the pace and out of form at the moment. Under Tuchel, Chelsea have been very solid and they’re a good price to win on Saturday at around 10/13 with Unibet.
They’ll be part of my double this week.
|Leeds v Chelsea|
I’ve gone for the draw in this game as I can’t really separate the teams. West Brom are fighting for their lives and Palace aren’t in particularly great form having won just one of their last six.
I see this being a really tight game and so a 1-1 draw is what I’d go for.
|Crystal Palace v West Brom|
This will be the second part of my double. Everton are a pretty good price here. Burnley have drawn a lot of games lately but they’ve only one won of their last nine so they’re not in great form currently.
At just under evens, Everton will be going in my double with Chelsea this week.
|Everton v Burnley|
|Chelsea & Everton to Win||2.34/1||Visit|
This probably isn’t a game I’d put in any of my bets. A small bet on Fulham at odds of 10/1 is maybe what I’d go for to have a little bit of interest in the match. Their form has been pretty impressive in recent games. They’re not letting in a lot of goals and although City are a different proposition, confidence is high at Fulham at the moment.
|Fulham v Man City|
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Southampton have a very good record against Brighton and they had a very comfortable win against Sheff Utd in the game before last where they could have had five goals if they had taken their chances. Hasenhüttl changed the team around a lot in their midweek game against City and I think a lot of that was to do with saving key players for this game.
I’m quite confident with Southampton winning this match and I couldn’t believe the odds when I saw them. You can back the Saints at 2/1 with several bookies such as Betfred and SpreadEx and this will be my NAP this week.
|Southampton v Brighton|
Sheff Utd are pretty much gone. After picking up a few wins, they’ve only won one in their last six and I think Leicester will have too much for them on Sunday.
It’s a comfortable home win for me here and Leicester will be the first part of my treble this week.
|Leicester v Sheff Utd|
This is another game that I think will be tight and I think the value is in the draw at around 5/2. I can’t really separate the two to pick a winner and a score draw is what I’d go for.
|Arsenal v Tottenham|
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West Ham are in pretty good form but I think Man Utd may just step up in this game and at odds of not much less than evens (22/25 with Unibet), I’ll be backing a home win and putting United in my treble along with Leicester.
Since Newcastle beat them on the opening day of the season, West Ham have only lost to the big clubs, including a 3-1 defeat at home to United back in December. These are the kind of games that West Ham lose which is why Man Utd will be going in my treble.
|Man Utd v West Ham|
Liverpool to beat Wolves will be the third part of my treble. The majority of Liverpool’s problems have been coming at home and their away results have actually stood up pretty well. Other than their defeat to Leicester, they’ve been pretty impressive beating Spurs 3-1, West Ham 3-1 and a comfortable win away to Sheff Utd.
|Wolves v Liverpool|
|Leicester / Man Utd / Liverpool||4.01/1||Visit|