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Premier League Odds Comparison: Who Will Triumph on Super Sunday?


There’s a brilliant round of Premier League matches this weekend, right before the competition signs off for the international break. Four of the top sides in the country are going head to head, with Arsenal heading to Man City and United travelling south to Chelsea. It’s going to be a huge day in the title battle, and ahead of those matches we have the latest betting tips and odds comparison to help you select your weekend bets. Before the big games get underway, take a look at our predictions and the best betting odds.

West Ham v Liverpool: Liverpool to add to West Ham’s Misery

Before Super Sunday gets under way, Liverpool head for the Olympic Stadium in Saturday’s late game. Despite West Ham being in a complete mess right now, our odds comparison suggests they have a chance here, coming in to this one at odds of 15/4 with Bet365 for the points. However, it’s hard to see past the visitors, who look overpriced at 3/4 with Betfair this weekend. Surely Liverpool can build on their 3-0 win over Huddersfield last weekend?

West Ham’s last few weeks have been problematic. They threw away a two goal lead to draw with bottom side Crystal Palace, while they were beaten 3-0 by Brighton in their latest home game. We fully expect those poor results run to continue here, so we’re predicting an away win. However, The Hammers have seen over 2.5 goals in 100% of their league defeats this season, and in 19 of their 22 losses since the start of last term. That makes Liverpool to win and over 2.5 goals great value at best betting odds of 11/8 with Betfred.

Tottenham v Crystal Palace: Tottenham to Kick off Sunday with Straightforward win

Super Sunday’s big double header has an early appetiser, with Tottenham hosting Crystal Palace. The midday kick-off is expected to be a high scoring affair, but in one direction only. Crystal Palace are yet to score an away goal this season, and surely they won’t be able to change that against a Tottenham side who are solid at the back. We also can’t see Palace being too buoyed by playing at Wembley, especially given their struggles throughout the campaign.

Tottenham are finally starting to hit their stride in their temporary home, and we see them claiming the points here. They’ve just come through a huge week, and we can see them looking to just get over the line here. With Harry Kane’s recent injury problems it wouldn’t be a surprise to see him miss out, while Spurs have struggled for goals against the likes of Burnley, Bournemouth and Swansea at home. That makes Tottenham to win and under 2.5 goals our tip here. That can be found at 29/10 with Coral on our odds comparison, which will give you the best betting odds on all of this weekend’s Premier League action.

Man City v Arsenal: Are Arsenal Heading for a Thumping?

You have to fear for Arsenal as they look to stop Manchester City on Sunday. City having been on a Premier League winning streak since August, and their brilliant football isn’t something Arsene Wenger is capable of nullifying. City have been really offensive in big games this season, as seen by their 5-0 win over Liverpool here. With Arsenal losing 4-0 to the Reds earlier this season, just what kind of result could we see on Sunday?

The Gunners looked naïve against Liverpool, and they aren’t a side who tend to learn from their mistakes. We see them attacking City, which isn’t likely to work. We’re going for a home win and over 2.5 match goals, which is best priced at 10/11 with Ladbrokes. However, we’re also going to back over 3.5 goals for the hosts after the Gunners’ capitulation at Anfield. That one seems like huge value at 7/2 with Betfair. With Wenger’s side continuing to look open, we can see plenty of opportunities for the City attack. This Arsenal side are nowhere near the Invincibles era, but we can see a changing of the guard as City look to establish their dominance as one of the best sides we’ve ever seen in the Premier League.

Chelsea v Manchester Utd: Can Chelsea Beat Mourinho’s Bus?

Jose Mourinho’s game plan for this trip to Chelsea is probably going to reflect their approaches of late. It’s been a big few weeks for United; two meetings with Benfica and league clashes with both Liverpool and Tottenham. We’ve seen consistency in approach from Mourinho, who has set out to keep things tight and strike on the break where possible. We’re likely to see him take that approach once again at Stamford Bridge, as it’s exactly how he tried to stop the champions on three occasions last term.

United will look to man mark Eden Hazard here, and then sit back to deny space to the rest of the Chelsea side. When you deny possession to the Belgian, you take the edge out of the Blues. They look much more ordinary going forward without Hazard as an option, so that’s probably the best way for United to get the job done here. That is the way Mourinho has always prepared for such games, by aiming to stop the opponents getting into their usual rhythm.

With Chelsea likely to adopt a more defensive approach, goals could be in short supply here. We can see Mourinho looking to match City’s 1-0 win here, but we can’t see more than a solitary strike in this game. We’re backing under 1.5 match goals here at 2/1 with BetVictor. Our odds comparison suggests that United are slight underdogs, but we can see them claiming a narrow 1-0 win, which can be backed at 7/1 with Unibet ahead of this clash.