Premier League Betting Odds: Will Tottenham Ruin City’s Winning Streak?

Premier League Betting Odds: Will Tottenham Ruin City’s Winning Streak?

After a busy midweek of Premier League action, the top flight sides have little in the way of rest ahead of their next round of games. There are five live matches across three days this weekend, and ahead of those matches we’ve gone through each and made a few betting predictions. Before you go backing any Premier League side this weekend, you should first take a look at our betting tips and odds comparison below.

Leicester City v Crystal Palace: Puel to Lead Leicester to Another Victory

Leicester picked up another impressive victory in midweek, and it might be their biggest so far under Claude Puel. While winning at Southampton hasn’t been too tricky this season, that will have meant a lot to the French manager, who was sacked by the Saints in the summer. Having returned to England to improve Leicester’s fortunes, the Foxes are flying up the table under their new boss. Their chances of adding to that run are strong ahead of their game on Saturday, as they host Crystal Palace.

Palace are coming off the back of two 0-0 draws against Brighton and West Brom on the road, but Leicester are going to be a much tougher side to defend against. They have scored 10 times in their last four matches alone, while they’re starting to improve at the back too. Given that they’re meeting a Palace side who have lost six of their eight away games without scoring a goal, we’re backing a Leicester win to nil at the huge price of 9/4 with Coral.

Man City v Tottenham: City to put Spurs to the Sword

Manchester City recorded a 15th straight Premier League win on Wednesday night, cruising past Swansea. That win set a new league record for most consecutive wins, with the Citizens now boasting an almost perfect record after 17 matches. Their only dropped points were two against Everton at the Etihad in August, but will Tottenham throw a spanner in the works in this game?

Given how Man City are playing, it’s hard to make a case for Tottenham here. While they did score twice home and away against City last term, they were taking advantage of a side who were having problems. This City team looks like the finished article, and we can’t see them being stopped by a Spurs outfit who aren’t quite at their best at the moment. The leaders look like excellent value for yet another win, they’re 4/7 with Coral on our odds comparison. However, we’re backing a home win and both teams to score here, which can be found at 9/5 with Betfair.

West Bromwich v Manchester Utd: Back United for Narrow Victory

Man United managed to get back on track in midweek, and so did Romelu Lukaku. The forward scored a much needed goal to give the Red Devils a 1-0 victory over Bournemouth, and we could see them recording a similar score when they head to West Brom on Sunday. The Baggies just pulled off a 0-0 draw with Liverpool at Anfield, and they’ve seen just one goal scored in total during their first three matches under Alan Pardew. That run hasn’t taken them away from danger, but it does prepare them for a tough test against United.

With that in mind, we expect to see a low scoring game here. United wouldn’t happily take another 1-0 win, while West Brom don’t really have the attacking threat needed to trouble the joint-best defence in the league. We’re going with a United win here, which can be found at betting odds of 4/7 with 888Sport according to our odds comparison. If you’re looking for something slightly bigger, then it’s worth considering a 1-0 win for the visitors, which is 11/2 with BetVictor.

Bournemouth v Liverpool: Will we see a Thriller at the Vitality?

Liverpool may have had their problems in attack against West Brom, but that shouldn’t be the case in their trip to Bournemouth this weekend. The Cherries’ faithful saw seven goals when the Reds last travelled here, and we can see a few more with the visitors hitting 12 goals in their last three away league games. With more freedom to burst forward at pace on their travels, Jurgen Klopp may find that his side are more comfortable playing on the road right now, and they should easily breeze past this Bournemouth defence.

With 88% of Liverpool’s away trips seeing at least three goals, we should see plenty of action in front of goal. The Reds have already conceded 17 times on their travels last season – a major concern as they prepare to meet a side who beat them 4-3 in this fixture last term. With that in mind, we can’t see past over 3.5 goals as our tip here, which is best priced at 13/8 with Betfair according to our odds comparison. With that landing in 77% of the visitors’ away league games, we think there’s a lot of value in backing at least four goals.

Everton v Swansea: Overpriced Toffees Worth Backing

Everton continued to improve in midweek, as they saw off Newcastle away from home to claim a 1-0 win. That makes it four games without defeat for the Toffees since Sam Allardyce arrived no Merseyside, and that included back to back home wins over West Ham and Huddersfield. With Swansea visiting Goodison Park next, you’d expect Everton to be heavy favourites.

However, you can back Everton for the three points at 7/10 with Ladbrokes through our odds comparison. Having sorted out their poor run of form, we think the hosts should be much shorter than that for the victory. With Swansea losing five straight away trips, we see the hosts as really overpriced ahead of Monday night’s Premier League clash.