Premier League Betting Odds - Predicting Easy Wins For Big Boys - February 2017

Premier League Betting Odds - Predicting Easy Wins For Big Boys - February 2017

After a weekend of Emirates FA Cup action, the Premier League gets back underway this weekend. As always, we’ve got a number of exciting fixtures to get stuck into, starting with Chelsea’s home match with Swansea City.

We’ll also be previewing West Ham United’s visit to Watford, Sunday’s match between Tottenham Hotspur and Stoke City, and the Monday night game, where Liverpool travel to Leicester City.

We’ve got live odds comparison, predictions, analysis, best odds and tips on four of the biggest Premier League matches taking place this weekend. So, if you fancy winning some money on the best league in the world, check out our previews below.

Chelsea v Swansea City: Chelsea To March On

We kick things off with the league leaders, as Antonio Conte’s Chelsea welcome Paul Clement’s revitalised Swansea City to Stamford Bridge. Although the Blues will be expecting to win, the Swans won’t make it an easy game for the table toppers.

After drawing at Burnley last time out in the Premier League, Chelsea’s lead was cut to eight points. With the likes of Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal and Liverpool hoping for a Chelsea slip up, Conte’s men will be looking to seal the three points this Saturday, and move on to the next one.

Swansea, meanwhile, have moved out of the relegation zone in recent weeks, having won four of their last six league matches. Clement has certainly got the Swans playing to their potential, and they will fancy their chances of causing an upset at Stamford Bridge. Looking at the live odds comparison, the Welsh side are priced 12/1 (Betfred) to seal a surprise win, whilst the draw is available at 11/2 with BetVictor.

Unfortunately for the Swans, we’re predicting the home team to ease to another three points this weekend. The best betting odds you can get on a Chelsea win are just 4/15 (Sporting Bet), so we feel there’s better value in Bet365’s 8/11 for the Blues to win -1 at the Bridge.

Watford v West Ham United: Stalemate Looks Likely

Saturday’s late kick off comes from Vicarage Road, when Walter Mazzarri’s Watford host Slaven Bilic’s West Ham United. With only two points separating these two in the Premier League table, we should be in for a tight and tense affair in Hertfordshire. Being at home, the Hornets are the slight 13/8 favourites with BetVictor.

However, the Hammers have really picked up of late, and they too will back themselves to claim victory on Saturday. After a woeful start to the season, West Ham have moved up to 10th in the table, and will be looking for a strong end to their season. They head to Vicarage Road as 2/1 (Bet365) underdogs, according to our odds comparison.

When the pair met at the London Stadium back in September, Watford came from two goals down to seal a superb 4-2 win. However, the Irons are a different team these days. Because of that, we predict this one to end all square, with William Hill’s 23/10 for the draw being your best betting odds.

Tottenham Hotspur v Stoke City: Spurs To Complete Double Over Potters

On Sunday, Stoke City make the trip to White Hart Lane to play Tottenham Hotspur. After losing 2-0 at Liverpool last time out, Mauricio Pochettino’s Spurs will be eager to get back to winning ways this weekend. Meanwhile, Stoke will be looking to avenge September’s 4-0 thrashing at the hands of Spurs.

Despite a couple of iffy results over the past week or so, Tottenham have been in outstanding form of late. This is a game they should be looking to win, especially after thumping the Potters at the Bet365 Stadium earlier in the season. However, Mark Hughes’ men are no pushovers these days, which should make for a fascinating matchup between the two.

Looking at the odds comparison, Spurs are the 2/5 favourites with Betfair to claim the win. Meanwhile, the best betting odds you can get on a Stoke victory are 9/1 (BetVictor), with the draw coming in at the temping price of 21/5, also with BetVictor.

However, we do believe it will be a comfortable afternoon for the Lilywhites, and our betting tip here is an easy Tottenham win. Coral are offering 21/20 for Pochettino’s troops to win -1, a price we feel is definitely worth taking advantage of.

Leicester City v Liverpool: Leicester Looking Over Their Shoulder

Our final preview is Monday night’s match from the King Power Stadium, as Claudio Ranieri’s Leicester City welcome Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool. Both teams will be desperate for the points for completely different reasons, but it’s the Reds who go into this crucial fixture as the favourites.

After a shocking start to 2017, Liverpool finally picked up their first league win, as they beat fellow top four hopefuls Tottenham at Anfield last time out. After getting that monkey off their back, Klopp’s men will be looking to build on that vital three points, starting with another victory this Monday.

In contrast, the Foxes will be searching for the points to break away from the bottom three. Prior to the weekend’s fixtures, Leicester, the champions of England, sit just one point above the Premier League’s drop zone. Despite being at home, according to the live odds, the Foxes are priced at 5/1 with Betfred for the win. You can even get the draw at 3/1 (Sporting Bet). The best betting odds you can get on the Merseyside outfit to triumph are 4/6 at William Hill.

Nevertheless, we predict Liverpool to pile even more misery on Ranieri and co. this Monday night. Earlier in the season, the Reds thumped Leicester 4-1 at Anfield, and we can see a similar kind of outcome this time around, too. The standout bet is the away team to win -2, which you can get at the tempting odds of 9/2 with Ladbrokes.