Premier League Betting Tips - Chelsea v Tottenham Odds – Nov. 2016

Premier League Betting Tips - Chelsea v Tottenham Odds – Nov. 2016

Last weekend, Antonio Conte’s Chelsea took over from Liverpool as the Premier League leaders. Diego Costa’s solitary strike at the Riverside was enough to see the Blues top the pile for the first time since winning the title in May 2014.

At the other end, Sunderland’s impressive 3-0 win over Hull City lifted them off the foot of the table. Swansea City, who have not won since the opening weekend of the season, conceded late at Everton to drop to the bottom of the Premier League.

We’ve got a number of mouth-watering fixtures to get stuck into this weekend, including the big one from Stamford Bridge between Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea.

Check out our betting tips, analysis, predictions and live odds comparison from the pick up the bunch of this weekend’s Premier League fixtures.

Burnley v Manchester City

The Premier League gets underway this weekend from Turf Moor, as Sean Dyche’s Burnley entertain Pep Guardiola’s superstars Manchester City in Saturday’s early kick off. After getting back to winning ways at Selhurst Park last weekend, the Citizens will be looking for another three points this Saturday.

Being back on their home patch, a place where they have already beaten the likes of Liverpool, Watford, Everton and Crystal Palace this term, the Clarets will back themselves to cause another upset in this one. As you can see on our live odds comparison, the best betting odds you can get on a home win are 10/1 (Coral), whilst the draw is price at 5/1 with BetVictor.

Unfortunately for Dyche and co, we can foresee City easing to victory in Lancashire on Saturday. Pep’s troops will be fully aware that top spot is up for grabs, and we like the look of Betfred’s 4/5 for the away side to win with a -1 handicap.

Chelsea v Tottenham Hotspur

The standout game from this weekend’s Premier League fixture list comes from Stamford Bridge, as table-toppers Chelsea entertain the league’s only unbeaten team Tottenham Hotspur. The Lilywhites may not have been at their best in recent weeks, but they will be buoyed by their stunning late win over West Ham United last time out.

As for the Blues, their 1-0 victory at Middlesbrough was their sixth consecutive Premier League win, conceding precisely zero goals in the process. Conte’s men are without doubt the in-form team at present, and they will back themselves to secure a seventh straight league victory on Saturday, also.

Chelsea are the 5/6 favourites with Coral for the win, whilst the best odds you can get on a Spurs victory are 4/1 at Bet365. The draw, however, is out at the very tempting price of 14/5 (Sporting Bet).

Our betting tip just has to be a Chelsea win. Tottenham may be unbeaten, but it’s difficult to see them getting anything from their trip to the Bridge this weekend. Therefore, we advise you to take up Coral’s 5/6 for a home triumph.

Watford v Stoke City

The first part of Super Sunday comes from Vicarage Road, as Walter Mazzarri’s Watford and Mark Hughes’ Stoke City go head-to-head in a crucial Premier League matchup in Hertfordshire.

Looking at our live odds comparison, the Hornets, who currently occupy eighth place in the Premier League table, are the 29/20 favourites with BetVictor to claim maximum points. Watford beat Leicester City 2-1 at Vicarage Road on Saturday to cement their place in the top half of England’s top tier.

As for Stoke, who had improved in recent weeks, they fell to an extremely disappointing 1-0 home reverse to Eddie Howe’s Bournemouth at the weekend. The Potters head to Watford as the 21/10 second favourites with Coral.

However, we’re predicting these two to cancel each other out in this one. Both sides are very evenly matched on paper, and both teams will be looking for the three points. Therefore, our betting tip is the draw, which is available at odds of 12/5 with Sporting Bet.

Arsenal v Bournemouth

Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal welcome Eddie Howe’s Bournemouth to the Emirates Stadium for another tasty looking Premier League encounter on Sunday. After drawing their last two Premier League matches, the Gunners will be eager to get back to winning ways against the Cherries.

However, Bournemouth go into this one in fine shape and full of confidence, after securing an outstanding 1-0 victory at the Bet365 Stadium on Saturday, which fired them into the top half of the Premier League table.

If you fancy Howe’s men to follow up Saturday’s impressive win with another one on Sunday, Coral are offering betting odds of 8/1. Meanwhile, according to our odds comparison, the best odds you can get on this one to end all square are 21/5 with BetVictor.

Arsenal are the clear favourites and they should have more than enough within their ranks to see off the threat of the Cherries on Sunday. Our prediction is a comfortable Gunners victory, and the best price you can get on Arsenal to win -2 is 13/5 (Betfair).

Southampton v Everton

Last up, Ronald Koeman takes his Everton side to his old stomping ground to face his former club Southampton in the final part of Super Sunday. With the Toffees five points clear of the Saints in the table, Claude Puel’s men will be looking to close the gap with a victory this weekend.

Koeman’s Everton go into this one in patchy form. After a superb start to life in Merseyside, the ex-Southampton manager has struggled for constancy of late, as his side have only won one of their last eight. The Saints are also in indifferent form, having not won a league match since mid-October.

Being on their own patch, Southampton are the slight favourites (11/10 at Unibet) with the bookies, whilst an away win is priced at 3/1 with Betfred. However, we’re predicting a draw at St Mary’s, and Sporting Bet have decent odds of 5/2 for this one to finish level.