WhichBookie racing analyst Andrew Blair White provides a preview and betting tips for four races between York and Downpatrick this afternoon.
Aston Villa v Fulham
|Man City / Burnley||4.97/1||Win
|Leeds / Tottenham / Wolves||6.78/1||Win
Date of Tips: 01/04/2021
Disclaimer The odds for these selections were correct at the time of publishing (11:52 01/04/2021) but may have changed since. Please check the latest price before placing your bet.
The Premier League is back after a break for World Cup Qualifying fixtures and so is WhichBookie footy tipster Matt Le Tissier who shares his thoughts on upcoming matches taking place this weekend.
This week, Matt has backed Fulham to take one step closer to safety for his NAP and picked out a double and treble with potential.
This won’t be in any of my tips this week but if I was having a bet, it would be on a Chelsea win and over 2.5 goals.
I think West Brom are pretty much dead & buried. They’ve nicked a few draws recently but I don’t see them having anywhere near enough to stop Chelsea who have been pretty solid under Tuchel and I can’t see West Brom getting anything out of this game.
|Chelsea v West Brom|
|Chelsea Win & Over 2.5 Goals||5/6||Visit|
This will be part of my treble this week and I’ve gone for Leeds. It’s been a little bit of a struggle for them recently but their win against Fulham should give them some confidence that they have been lacking. I think Leeds will have a bit more desire in them than what Sheff Utd will have and that should make a big difference.
|Leeds v Sheffield United|
This one will be in my double and I’m going for a City win. They had a little bit of a blip against Man Utd but they’re such an awesome team and I think odds of 4/7 is a good enough price to put into a double with another team that is decently priced which is what I’m going to do.
Don’t get me wrong, Leicester are a decent team and they’ve had some decent results but Man City just have too much about them at the minute and look a cut above everyone else. As good as Leicester are, I don’t think they’ll be able to live with them.
|Leicester v Man City|
This is a tough one to call for me so I’ve left it out all of my bets. If I was having a bet, it would probably be a little wager on the draw. All three results are eminently possible. You wouldn’t put it past Arsenal to stick it to Liverpool at the moment after they’ve picked up some decent results recently including their great comeback against West Ham. However, you just don’t know when Liverpool will click back into gear and find a bit of form.
|Arsenal v Liverpool|
This will be the second part of my double. I don’t like doing this but I’m going for a Burnley win. We haven’t been good against Burnley at home in recent years and we haven’t been in particularly great form of late.
Burnley seem a big price here and so they’ll be going in my double this week with Man City.
|Southampton v Burnley|
|Man City / Burnley||4.97/1||Visit|
Newcastle have nicked a few draws recently but they’ve been against teams with probably not as much quality as Spurs have. Newcastle’s performance against Brighton in their last match was not a pretty one and so I’ll be backing Spurs and putting them in my treble along with Leeds.
|Newcastle v Tottenham|
Fulham’s away form has been pretty solid with Man City being the last team to beat them back in early December which is a pretty good run. I think they’re way overpriced given Villa’s form recently. This is a really good chance for Fulham to put themselves in the mix and get themselves out of trouble.
Jack Grealish returning should give Villa a bit of a lift but he’s been out for a fair few games now and so it will take him a bit of time to get back to the form he was in before he got injured.
Fulham to beat Villa will be my NAP this week.
|Aston Villa v Fulham|
I’ve left this match out of all my bets because of how impressive Brighton have been in recent games. Their win against Southampton was thoroughly deserved and they gave Newcastle a mauling two weeks ago. They are capable of giving good teams a game away from home with wins at Liverpool and Leeds and should also be more than capable of doing something similar against Man Utd. I’m a bit weary backing against Brighton at the moment as they’re a decent team. Their expected goals stats are ridiculous and they should be a lot higher in the league than they are.
|Man Utd v Brighton|
Everton have flattered to deceive a little bit and I’m not overly confident about backing them. Crystal Palace aren’t the best team in the world but they’re always capable.
It’s not really one I fancy having a bet on and I’d probably avoid this game. If I was to have a little bet, it would perhaps be on Under 2.5 Goals. I don’t think it will be a goal fest by any means.
|Everton v Crystal Palace|
|Under 2.5 Goals||7/11||Visit|
This is the third part of my treble and I’m going for Wolves.
Wolves have started to show a little bit of better form in recent weeks. They had their defeat to Liverpool but it was pretty narrow and I think that game could have gone either way. West Ham haven’t been great away from home and so I’m siding with Wolves in this one as the final part of my treble along with Leeds & Tottenham.
|Wolves v West Ham|
|Leeds / Tottenham / Wolves||6.78/1||Visit|