Premier League Betting Odds including Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur

Premier League Betting Odds including Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur

After getting back to winning ways at the weekend, Antonio Conte’s Chelsea are now seven points clear at the top of the Premier League table. The top flight’s in-form side, Tottenham Hotspur, won again to move up to second.

Meanwhile, Arsenal ran out 4-0 winners at the Liberty Stadium, Manchester City lost 4-0 at Goodison Park and Manchester United and Liverpool played out an entertaining 1-1 draw at Old Trafford.

Check out our live odds comparison, best betting odds, tips, analysis and previews on five top matches from the Premier League this weekend, which includes the big one from the Etihad Stadium, as Pep Guardiola’s Man City welcome Mauricio Pochettino’s Spurs on Saturday evening.

Liverpool v Swansea City

We kick things off with Saturday’s early kick off at Anfield between Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool and Paul Clement’s Swansea City. The Reds are third having drawn at Manchester United on Sunday, whilst Swansea’s 4-0 home defeat to Arsenal took them back to the foot of the table.

Looking at our live odds comparison, as you would expect, Klopp’s men are the strong favourites to take all three points, with William Hill offering odds as short as 2/9. The Swans are not fancied at all with the bookies, as Bet365 are offering the whopping price of 14/1 for them to pick up a shock win in Merseyside. You can even get the draw at 6/1 (BetVictor).

Even though Liverpool have failed to win any of their last four in all competitions, we can’t see them having any problems whatsoever seeing off the Premier League’s bottom club this Saturday. Therefore, we believe backing Coral’s 8/13 for the home side to win -1 is the way forward in this one.

Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur

The standout match from this weekend’s Premier League fixtures is no doubt the blockbuster affair between out-of-sorts Manchester City and in-form Tottenham Hotspur. A win for Spurs would lift them six points above the Citizens, but a home victory would bring them level on 45 points.

Last season, goals from Harry Kane and Christian Eriksen gave Tottenham a priceless 2-1 win at the Etihad. They also became the first team to beat City in the Premier League this season, with Dele Alli among the Spurs scorers. Bet365 are offering odds of 13/5 for a Spurs win on Saturday. Meanwhile, the draw is available at 13/5 (William Hill) according to our live odds.

However, this is a game that Guardiola and his City side can’t afford to lose. After being thumped 4-0 at Everton on Sunday, Man City dropped 10 points behind leaders Chelsea. Betfair are offering 6/5 for a home triumph, and we believe that’s your best choice of bet in this one.

Southampton v Leicester City

On Sunday, Claude Puel’s Southampton welcome Claudio Ranieri’s Leicester City to St Mary’s for a crucial clash. Both sides go into this one in poor form, and both will be looking for a much-needed victory on the south coast.

It’s fair to say that the Foxes have made a real pig’s ear of their Premier League title defence. In a season that promised so much before a ball was kicked, Leicester sit in a lowly 15th place, having taken a disappointing 21 points from as many games. The same could be said for the Saints, as they currently occupy 13th, having lost their last four Premier League matches.

Sportingbet have Puel’s men priced as the 19/20 favourites, with the same bookie offering the tempting price of 5/2 for the draw. BetVictor are offering the eye-opening odds of 18/5 for Ranieri’s men to secure a rare away win. However, we’re having a tough time splitting these two and feel there’s good value in Sporting Bet’s 5/2 for this one to end all square.

Arsenal v Burnley

Arsenal secured their fourth win in five matches last Saturday, as they swept Swansea City aside in South Wales. This weekend, they welcome Sean Dyche’s battling Burnley to the Emirates Stadium.

The Clarets are enjoying an excellent season back in the top flight, with Saturday’s 1-0 win over Southampton lifting them up to 10th in the Premier League table. Despite their good form, last season’s Sky Bet Championship winners are available at the huge odds of 18/1 to claim an unlikely three points on Sunday. You can also get the draw at 6/1 at Betfred.

However, we’re predicting Arsenal to win, and win well on Sunday. The best betting odds you can get on an Arsenal victory are just 2/9 at William Hill, so we believe it’s better to back Arsene Wenger’s men to win by a margin in north London. Therefore, Ladbrokes’ 4/7 for the home team to win -1 stands out.

Chelsea v Hull City

Last up is Super Sunday’s final game, as Antonio Conte’s Chelsea entertain Marco Silva’s Hull City. Although it’s early days, the Tigers have already shown an improvement under their new manager. However, the Blues are going to take some stopping at Stamford Bridge this weekend.

Chelsea got back to winning ways in superb style on Saturday, as they beat champions Leicester 3-0 at the King Power Stadium. Meanwhile, Hull produced an excellent result of their own, when they saw off Bournemouth 3-1 at the KCOM Stadium. That win lifted the Tigers off the foot of the table, just one point adrift of safety.

Hull head to west London as the 19/1 underdogs with BetVictor. You an even get the draw at the big price of 13/2 with Bet365. Chelsea, meanwhile, are as short as 1/5 at Betway. Only Spurs, who have played one home game more, have a better record on their own patch than Chelsea this term. We predict an easy afternoon for the league leaders, and we like Coral’s 4/7 for Conte’s men to win -1.