Premier League Betting Odds: Man City to Claim Title with a Win Over United

Premier League Betting Odds: Man City to Claim Title with a Win Over United

We have two mouth-watering derby matches to look forward to in the Premier League on Saturday. Everton welcome Liverpool to Goodison Park for a big Merseyside derby. Later in the day, Manchester City will win the Premier League title if they beat rivals Manchester United at the Etihad Stadium.

On Sunday, Arsenal welcome struggling Southampton to the Emirates Stadium for the early kick-off, while London rivals Chelsea and West Ham United do battle at Stamford Bridge in the final Premier League fixture of the weekend.

With our football betting odds comparison, check out the top tips and best betting odds on all four televised top-flight matches taking place this weekend. Keep an eye on our relegation preview, too.

Everton v Liverpool: In-form Reds Too Strong for Their Rivals

First up, Sam Allardyce’s Everton and Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool get the Premier League weekend up and running with a tasty Merseyside derby on Saturday afternoon. With the Reds hunting down Man Utd’s second spot, Klopp will want his side to make the short trip back to Anfield with all three points in the bag.

According to our odds comparison, Liverpool head to Goodison Park as the 10/11 favourites, while the Toffees are available at 3/1 (Coral) to seal a surprise win on home turf. Meanwhile, the best betting odds you can get on the draw are 13/5.

Although Everton are at home, Liverpool have an outstanding Merseyside derby record in recent years. Allardyce’s troops will be aiming for a strong finish to their season, but this will no doubt be a stern test for the hosts.

With Liverpool odds-on to claim the win, we believe that predicting the correct score is the way to go here. We like the look of a 2-0 Reds victory, which is nicely priced at 9/1 at Bet365.

Manchester City v Manchester United: City to Win the Title

Pep Guardiola’s Man City have been the dominant force in England all season long and one more win will see them crowned Premier League champions. Standing in their way on Saturday, though, are rivals Man Utd, who will be doing everything in their power to delay City’s title celebrations. This will no doubt be a memorable Manchester derby.

The Citizens have been far superior to every side in the PL this term, especially at the Etihad Stadium where they have dropped just two points all campaign. City may have been shocked by Liverpool in the UEFA Champions League on Wednesday, but they will be aiming to bounce back in style at the weekend to set themselves up for an assault on Liverpool on Tuesday.

Man Utd, who head into this one as 16/5 (Unibet) underdogs, will make themselves hard to beat, but Man City’s qualities should shine through in the end.

A win will see Pep secure the Premier League trophy for the first time and we can see his side being too strong for their neighbours on Saturday. Take a punt on the decent betting odds of 10/11 (Ladbrokes) for the home win.

Arsenal v Southampton: Aubameyang to Keep Up Fine Form

Arsenal’s form has improved of late, the Gunners winning each of their last two Premier League games by a 3-0 scoreline. Will the north London outfit ease to another home win when they entertain Mark Hughes’ struggling Southampton at the Emirates Stadium this Sunday afternoon?

After losing three Premier League games in a row, the Gunners have sealed back-to-back 3-0 home wins over Watford and Stoke City respectively. Despite their uneventful season, Arsene Wenger’s men have the third best home record in the league behind the two Manchester clubs.

As for Southampton, they kicked off the Hughes reign with a disappointing 3-0 defeat at West Ham United last Saturday. The former Stoke boss has his work cut out as the Saints have won just one of their past 18 Premier League matches.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has been in fine goalscoring form for the Gunners of late, netting four goals in his last three appearances. The Gabon international is available at the strong betting odds of 11/4 with Unibet to notch first in this one – and we predict he will deliver!

Chelsea v West Ham United: Both Sides to Net at the Bridge

The final Premier League fixture of the weekend comes from Stamford Bridge as rivals Chelsea and West Ham meet in a London derby. With the Blues out of form at the moment, can the Hammers cause an upset at the Bridge this Sunday?

Chelsea have been very poor in 2018, losing seven times in all competitions since the turn of the year. As for David Moyes’ men, they secured a much-needed 3-0 home win over Southampton last weekend.

United make the short trip across London as the 12/1 underdogs with William Hill, while the draw is available at 5/1 with BetVictor. Looking at the odds comparison, the best betting odds you can get on the Chelsea win are just 2/7 (Coral).

We fancy both teams to find the net in west London on Sunday, which you can get at the strong betting odds of 5/4 at Sporting Bet.

Relegation Odds: Potters & Saints to Join Baggies in the Championship?

With West Bromwich Albion all but down, there are still two relegation places to be settled in the Premier League. Apart from West Brom, Stoke are favourites for the drop, with Coral offering just 3/10 for Paul Lambert’s side to slip down to the EFL Championship.

It will be tough for the Potters, while Southampton are also in real danger. Having lost their last two in the Premier League each by a 3-0 scoreline, defeat at the Emirates on Sunday will make survival extremely difficult for Hughes’ team. The Saints to be relegated at 7/5 with Betfair is also good value.