The title race is heating up! Man City become the new league leaders thanks to Everton holding their cross-town rivals to 0-0 draw last Sunday.
Plenty of twists are turns are expected, but could this weekend be the start of another chapter in the most exciting title race in years?
Here are out tips for this week’s Premier League Matches.
Bournemouth to win @ 11/8 – BET NOW
Bournemouth have gone the entire month of February without a win, but in that month, they faced Liverpool, Arsenal and Man City during that period.
A lost to Cardiff at the start of the month wasn’t the best result, but Huddersfield should be a breeze for the Cherries.
Huddersfield won their first match under new manager Jan Siewert in a midweek match against Wolves, but a defeat against Brighton a number of days later killed Terriers’ slim hopes of survival.
Bournemouth look undervalued as they attempt to kick-on after a difficult run over the past month, which is why they're our choice to win.
Spurs to win and both teams to score @ 13/5 – BET NOW
Southampton were just minutes from taking a point away from their trip to Old Trafford last weekend, but a late goal meant the Saints were sent packing empty handed.
The Saints have scored in their last 10 games at St Mary’s while Spurs have been struggling on their travels recently, but the victory in the Champions League away at Dortmund midweek should be enough to build some momentum as Pochettino’s side look to put their poor run aside.
Tottenham to win and both teams to score looks like decent value at 13/5, but it won’t be an easy game for the third-place team.
Leicester to win @ 8/13 – BET NOW
Brendan Rodgers kicked-off his Leicester career with a loss thanks to a late Watford goal last weekend, dampening the celebratory mood among Foxes fans.
However, enough was seen from a Leicester perspective to show that the mundane style of football under Claude Puel was long gone which makes Saturday’s clash against Fulham rather tasty.
Fulham, who sacked - the Premier League winning manager for Leicester - Claudio Ranieri recently, have the worst defence in the league with 65 goals conceded.
Leicester will be going for the kill here as Brendan Rodgers goes for his first three points at the King Power Stadium.
Newcastle or draw @ 12/25 – BET NOW
Out of all the 3pm matches, this one looks to be the hardest to call. Newcastle have picked up important wins against Huddersfield and Burnley in their last three matches, but they've only beaten teams currently above them in the table three times this campaign.
Everton are on an appalling run of four wins in their last 16 matches in the Premier League and five wins in their last 18 in all competitions.
The two sides played out a 1-1 draw earlier in the season which could be easily emulated come Saturday, but Newcastle are in the better form of the two sides overall which makes a double chance bet on a Newcastle win or draw a safe option at 12/25.
West Ham to win to nil @ 3/1 – BET NOW
Cardiff are in dreadful form with just two wins in their last 10 matches in all competitions. They have also only scored six goals in this run.
It’s looking bleak for Cardiff as they sit in 18th place in the relegation zone, and the visit of West Ham doesn’t make things any easier for the Bluebirds.
West Ham have lost just once in their last four matches which includes games against the top two sides in the division.
Back in December, it took a 95th minute goal to deny the Hammers a clean sheet at home against Cardiff and considering how few goals Neil Warnock’s side are scoring at the moment, I reckon there’s value in a West ham win to nil at 3/1.
Half-time correct score – 0-0 @ 19/5 – BET NOW
When Man City face anyone at home, naturally the first thing look at are the handicap markets, especially when you consider that the Cityzens have scored 129 goals already across all competitions.
Add to the fact that Watford were made to look silly by Liverpool at Anfield just 10 days ago when they lost 5-0.
However, an intriguing stat is that Man City have only scored once in the first half in their last five matches. Whether it’s the fixture pile-up that’s causing some sort of first-half fatigue remains to be seen. But with the Champions League second-leg against Schalke coming up in midweek, a punt on a 0-0 half-time score looks to be incredible value at 19/5.
Over 3.5 goals @ 5/4 – BET NOW
The first of three games on Sunday sees now second placed Liverpool travel to Burnley, a side who have come on leaps and bounds since the return of Tom Heaton to the team after a long-term injury.
Following the Merseyside Derby misery last Sunday, Jurgen Klopp will be keen to see his side return with a bang.
Eight Premier League games without defeat for Sean Dyche’s side were ended last week with two consecutive losses against Newcastle and Crystal Palace meaning that the Clarets are there for the taking.
Liverpool have scored at least three goals in three of their last six home fixtures and a big win against Burnley will be the solid foundation needed to kick-on in Germany against Bayern Munich in the Champions league.
This is why over 3.5 goals offers plenty of value – the Reds have been firing blanks quite a lot recently, but Burnley will let Liverpool have too many attempts at goal to keep them at bay.
Under 2.5 goals @ 19/20 – BET NOW
Despite some embarrassing defeats in recent weeks to Man City and Bournemouth, Chelsea look solid when playing at home.
In their last eight home matches, Chelsea have conceded just twice and only seven times in 14 homes games.
Liverpool are the only side in the league to better this record and considering Wolves’ terrible performance against Huddersfield recently, it doesn’t bode well for Nuno’s side when they travel to Stamford Bridge.
Under 2.5 goals looks like decent value when you consider the Blues’ Europa League fatigue.
Manchester United to win @ 2/1 – BET NOW
Manchester United went down in history on Wednesday as the first team to progress in the Champions League after losing the first-leg at home by two or more goals.
The heroics in Paris will have to be put behind them as they face their most important match of the season so far.
Manchester United currently sit in 4th position, just one point ahead of the Gunners and a loss will see them dropping out of the Champions League places.
However, under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, the Red Devils have won nine away games on the spin, surpassing the seven away wins set by Sir Alex Furguson back in 2002.
Arsenal are much stronger at home, but when the two sides met in the FA Cup last month, Manchetser United romped to victory 3-1.
Despite the strong run of form on their travels, Manchester United are a best-price of 2/1 to win on Sunday afternoon which looks too good to turn down and should be backed after Arsenal’s Europa League loss to Rennes on Thursday night.
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