All games are 3pm kick offs, unless stated otherwise.

Saturday 24th November 2018

Brighton v Leicester – Brighton have won their last 2 homes games,  both 1-0 (against Wolves and West Ham) so will fancy their chances in this match against Leicester.  Leicester’s form is a bit patchy – they only have 1 win in their last 5, away to Cardiff, with 2 draws and 2 defeats.  With Brighton generally a tough team to beat at home we fancy a narrow win for them against an unpredictable Leicester side.

Recommended bets:

  • Brighton – Draw no bet

  • Correct score:  1-0

Everton v Cardiff – Everton have only lost 1 game out of 8 at home and we dont expect this to change here.  They have scored 9 goals in their last 4 home games, and have only conceded 2.  Cardiff have not won any away games this season – their best result away from home was a 0-0 draw against Huddersfield at the start of the season.  Their best results have been at home, with 2 wins out of the last 3 home games.  We naturally fancy a win for the home side in this game but with Cardiff having scored away to Liverpool and Chelsea this season, we fancy them to sneak a goal – Everton have conceded in all but 2 of their home games.

Recommended bets:

  • Everton to win

  • Both teams to score

  • Correct score: 3-1

Fulham v Southampton – New Manager Claudio Ranieri takes charge of a Fulham side hoping to stop a run of 7 straight defeats in all competitions.  Fulham fans will certainly be hoping that he can tighten up a defence that has conceded 20 goals in these 7 games.  The good news is that they face a Saints team without a win in 9 – they have managed 5 draws, however.  Looking for some value from a betting perspective, we are taking a chance that there will be a positive reaction from the players with a new manager in charge, resulting in a win for the home side.

Recommended bets:

  • Fulham – Draw no bet

  • Correct score: 2-1

Man United v Crystal Palace – Palace have lost 6 and drawn 1 in their last 7 games.  Man United on the other hand have 2 wins, 2 draws and a defeat in their last 5 home games.  Despite a defeat in their last game, away to rivals City, they had previously won away at Bournemouth and Juventus so will be full of confidence here.

Recommended bets:

  • Man United to win

  • Under 2.5 goals

  • Correct score: 2-0

Watford v Liverpool – Watford have 2 wins in their last 8 league games and have lost 2 out of their last 3 games at home.  The last meeting between these sides at Vicarage road ended 3-3.   Liverpool’s last outing saw them comfortably beat a poor Fulham side 2-0 at home.  Their away form is a little poor by their high standards, with 2 defeats, 2 draws and just 1 win (v Huddersfield) in their last 5 away games.  In view of this poor away form, we think this could be a tight game but with Liverpool just sneaking it late on.

Recommended bets:

  • Under 2.5 goals

  • Salah to score anytime

  • DRAW/LIVERPOOL (HT/FT)

West Ham v Man City – West Ham have just 1 win in their last 5 league games, scoring 6 and conceding 6.  They have scored  and conceded in each of their last 4 games in all competitions.  City have won their last 7 games in all competitions, scoring 26 and conceding 2!  Whilst Pellegrini will be keen to get one over his former side, and may try and make this a tight game, we cant see past a victory for the on-fire away side.  We also fancy David Silva to find the net, as he is currently in fine goal-scoring form.

Recommended bets:

  • Man City to win

  • Over 2.5 goals

  • David Silva to score anytime

  • Correct score: 1-3

Tottenham v Chelsea 5:30pm – 4th placed Tottenham take on London rivals Chelsea, who sit in 3rd place, in this early evening fixture which should be full of entertainment and passion.  Tottenham have won 4 in a row in all competitions, scoring 9 and conceding 4.   At home in the league they have won 2 (v Fulham and Cardiff) and lost 2 (v Man City and Liverpool). Unbeaten Chelsea drew away to Everton in their last game, but had previously won 5 in a row.  The last meeting between these sides at Tottenham’s ground, ended 1-2.

We expect this to be a tight game but given Tottenham’s record against the ‘big’ teams, we fancy Chelsea to pinch all 3 points by the same scoreline as last time.

Recommended bets:

  • Chelsea – Draw no bet

  • Both teams to score

  • Morata to score

  • Kane to score

  • Correct score: 1-2

Sunday 25th November 2018

Bournemouth v Arsenal 1:30pm – Two attacking teams meet in this exciting lunchtime fixture and we are expecting goals.  Over 2.5 goals has landed in 9 out of the last 10 games involving Bournemouth and they are just as capable of scoring as conceding.  Arsenal have scored 12 in their last 5 Premier League games, conceding 6. The last meeting at Bournemouth resulted in a 2-1 victory to Arsenal and we expect them to pick up all 3 points once again.

Recommended bets: 

  • Arsenal to win

  • Both teams to score and over 2.5 goals

  • Aubameyang to score

  • Correct score: 1-3

Wolves v Huddersfield 4pm – Wolves haven’t had a win in their last 4 games but did put up a good fight in a 2-3 defeat at home to Tottenham in their last home game. This game aside, their defence is pretty strong and we fancy them to keep out Huddersfield who have scored just 3 goals out of their last 6.  With Wolves’ tight defence, Huddersfield a little goal-shy and the last 2 meetings ending with just 1 goal, we are playing it safe with a 1-0 victory to the home side.

Recommended bets:

  • Wolves to win

  • Under 2.5 goals

  • Correct score: 1-0

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