Premier League Betting Odds - Focus on Arsenal v Tottenham

Premier League Betting Odds - Focus on Arsenal v Tottenham

With just one point separating the top four of the Premier League, this season is once again shaping up to be a memorable one.

Last weekend, Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester City and Chelsea all secured impressive victories on the road. Meanwhile, Everton got back to winning ways, Manchester United were held at home to Burnley, and Tottenham Hotspur and Leicester City played out a 1-1 draw at White Hart Lane.

Check out our betting tips, predictions, analysis and live odds comparison for the five biggest games of the Premier League weekend.

Chelsea v Everton

With no early kick off in the Premier League this Saturday, our attention turns to Saturday evening’s matchup between Antonio Conte’s Chelsea and Ronald Koeman’s Everton. Both teams, who won 2-0 last Sunday, will be looking for a positive result from this one.

Since being thumped by Arsenal, the Pensioners have won their last four league matches without conceding a single goal. After seeing off Hull City, Leicester City and Manchester United, Conte’s men ran out deserved 2-0 winners at St Mary’s on Sunday. Because of that, the best betting odds you can get on a Chelsea win are 8/13 with Coral. Meanwhile, Everton are 11/2 (BetVictor), and the draw is priced at odds of 17/5 with the same bookie.

However, we’re predicting Saturday’s game to be a comfortable one for the home side. They really have turned a corner in recent weeks, and we believe they will have too much for the Toffees on the weekend. Therefore, taking a look at our live odds comparison, our tip is Chelsea to win -1, which is currently priced at best odds of 7/5 (Coral).

Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur

The biggest Premier League match of the weekend comes from the Emirates Stadium, as north London rivals Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur go head-to-head on Sunday afternoon.

Spurs dropped points for the third Premier League week in a row on Saturday, as they drew 1-1 at White Hart Lane with the champions Leicester City. The bookies are siding with a home win in this one, with the decent odds of 11/10 at BetVictor. Tottenham, who are the only unbeaten team left in the PL, are priced at 3/1 with Coral to take all three points.

However, we’re having a hard time splitting these two rivals, and we’re predicting Sunday’s mouth-watering derby to end all square. The best betting odds you can get on this one to end in a draw with both teams to score is 18/5 with BetVictor, and we feel that’s the way forward in this huge clash.

Liverpool v Watford

Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool are the in-form team in the Premier League at present, and they welcome Walter Mazzarri’s Watford to Anfield on Sunday looking for another three points to add to their tally. The Hornets, who beat Klopp’s men 3-0 at Vicarage Road last season, would no doubt snap your hands off for a draw this weekend.

Going into Sunday’s showdown in Merseyside, the Reds are the strong favourites with the bookies. Sporting Bet have the home win priced as short as 2/7. The eye-opening price in this one is Betfair’s huge 12/1 for an away win. The draw is tempting at 5/1 (Betway), but we can’t see Liverpool slipping up.

The Merseysiders have shipped more goals than they would have liked this season, and they have only kept one clean sheet in the league. However, we’re predicting the Reds to win without conceding on Sunday. Our live odds comparison shows Liverpool are very short in the match betting but the Reds to win to nil is currently priced at 23/20 (BetVictor) and that looks good value.

Swansea City v Manchester United

Sunday’s 3pm kick off comes from the Liberty Stadium, as Jose Mourinho’s luckless Manchester United travel to Bob Bradley’s relegation-threatened Swansea City. This is a huge match for both parties, and both would love to take maximum points.

The Swans are the 5/1 (Bet365) underdogs to win on their own patch, whilst the best odds you can get on a United victory are 13/20 with William Hill. Our live odds comparison currently has the draw at 16/5 (BetVictor).

After only drawing to Burnley at Old Trafford on Saturday, Mourinho and the United faithful will be desperate to get back to winning ways. Swansea won’t make it easy for the 20-time English champions, but it’s a game the Red Devils really ought to be winning. Our betting tip is United to win -1, which you can get at 17/10 with Coral.

Leicester City v West Bromwich Albion

Last up is the final part of Super Sunday, as Claudio Ranieri’s Leicester City welcome Tony Pulis’ West Bromwich Albion to the King Power Stadium at 4pm. These two played out a 2-2 thriller on this ground last year, and we can only hope for more of the same this time around.

The Foxes, who have been going great guns in the Champions League this season, have found the defence of their title a little more difficult. However, since losing 3-0 to Chelsea in mid-October, Leicester beat Crystal Palace 3-1 before earning a very creditable 1-1 draw at Tottenham on Saturday. As for the Baggies, they will still be licking their wounds following Saturday’s 4-0 home loss to Manchester City.

Leicester, who are the 4/5 favourites with Betway, will back themselves to make home advantage count in this one. However, Unibet’s 4/1 for the away win is a very tempting price. Coral are offering 11/4 for the draw, and we fancy this one to end all square at the King Power once again. The best betting odds you can get on the draw and both teams to score are 17/4 at BetVictor, and we feel that’s the standout bet in this clash.