Premier League Betting Odds including Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspur

Premier League Betting Odds including Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspur

After a stunning 3-1 victory at the Etihad Stadium at the weekend, Antonio Conte’s Chelsea stretched their legs at the top of the Premier League table. Meanwhile, Arsenal thumped West Ham United at the London Stadium to stay on the Blues’ heels, whilst Liverpool dropped the ball in a thriller at Bournemouth.

Sunderland lifted themselves off the foot of the table with an excellent 2-1 win over the champions, with Swansea City’s 5-0 loss at Tottenham Hotspur meaning the Welsh outfit now prop up the table.

We’ve got betting tips, the best odds, analysis, predictions and live odds comparison for five of the biggest Premier League matches taking place this weekend, including Saturday’s big one between Leicester City and Manchester City.

Watford v Everton

We kick things off with the Premier League’s early match this Saturday, as Ronald Koeman’s Everton make the trip to Vicarage Road to take on Walter Mazzarri’s Watford.

After losing their last two, the Hornets will be desperate to get back to winning ways in front of their home supporters this Saturday. Following Watford’s 3-1 defeat at West Bromwich Albion last weekend, the home side are available at betting odds of 12/5 (William Hill) to win on their own patch this weekend. Meanwhile, looking at our live odds comparison, the best odds you can get on the draw are 11/5 with Betfair.

The Toffees will no doubt be buoyed by their late penalty against Manchester United that earned them a hard-fought and priceless point last time out. Because of that, we’re predicting Everton to claim three points for the first time since October. Sporting Bet have the away win priced at 29/20.

Leicester City v Manchester City

One of the standout matches from this weekend’s Premier League fixture list comes from the King Power Stadium, as Claudio Ranieri’s Leicester City entertain Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City.

Despite the Foxes going great guns in Europe, they have made a shocking start to their title defence. Leicester sit in a woeful and worrying 16th place in the league table, having lost seven of their opening 14 Premier League matches, winning just three of those in the process. As for Man City, despite disappointingly losing to Chelsea last weekend, the Citizens will be looking for maximum points in this one.

The home side are available at odds of 19/5 with BetVictor, whilst you can get the draw at 3/1 (Sporting Bet) on our live odds comparison. However, we can’t see anything other than an away triumph on Saturday, and we like the look of Ladbrokes’ 3/4 for Pep’s troops to come out on top.

Chelsea v West Bromwich Albion

After securing a crucial win at the Etihad Stadium last Saturday, Antonio Conte’s Chelsea welcome Tony Pulis’ West Bromwich Albion to Stamford Bridge, as they aim to extend their lead at the top of the Premier League table.

Since losing to Arsenal back in September, the Blues have won all eight of their Premier League matches to fire themselves to the summit of England’s top table. As for the Baggies, their three wins and one draw from their last four PL fixtures has lifted them up to seventh.

Despite heading to west London in decent form themselves, the best betting odds you can get on an Albion victory are 14/1 at BetVictor. You can even get the draw at the tasty price of 21/4 with the same bookie.

Meanwhile, the home side are as short as 2/7 (Betway) for the victory, so we believe it’s better to back the Blues to win by a margin. We predict an easy afternoon for the Londoners, and we like the look of Coral’s betting odds of 3/4 for Chelsea to win -1.

Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspur

Also on Sunday, Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United host Mauricio Pochettino’s Tottenham Hotspur in a mouth-watering clash at Old Trafford. With six points separating these two in the league table, this one has the feeling of a true six-pointer in Manchester.

Even though the Red Devils have failed to win any of their last four home Premier League fixtures, they go into Sunday’s showdown as the 23/20 favourites at Betfair. Tottenham, who have won two of their last three league matches, head to Old Trafford as the 5/2 underdogs with William Hill.

Looking at our live odds comparison, we’re being drawn to BetVictor’s 5/2 for these two to cancel each other out at the Theatre of Dreams. The last time there was a draw in this fixture was back in December 2014, when the pair drew 0-0 in a Premier League match at White Hart Lane. Nevertheless, we think the draw is the most likely outcome this time around and that’s our betting tip. In terms of the correct score, we predict this one could well end 1-1, available at nice odds of 6/1.

Liverpool v West Ham United

Last up, we’re going to focus on the big match from Anfield as Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool host Slaven Bilic’s West Ham United in Sunday’s late kick off.

Both the Reds and the Hammers endured gutting league losses last weekend, as West Ham fell to a poor 5-1 home defeat to Arsenal, whilst Liverpool let a 3-1 lead slip to lose 4-3 at Dean Court.

Despite falling to the shock 4-3 loss at Bournemouth on Sunday, the Merseysiders go into this one as the 1/3 favourites at Sporting Bet. As for the Irons, who sit in a lowly 17th place in the Premier League table, they are available at the eye-opening odds of 10/1 with BetVictor. The best betting odds for the draw are 5/1, also at BetVictor.

Unfortunately for the east London outfit, our betting tip is a comfortable Reds victory in this one. According to our live odds, Liverpool are currently priced at 5/6 with Coral to win -1 this Sunday, and we believe that’s the standout bet here.