English Premier League – Betting Tips

Premier League Betting Tips – 23rd – 26th November, 2018

The following are betting tips for selected fixtures in the English Premier League, covering matches taking place between the 23rd and 26th November, 2018.


Everton vs Cardiff

Everton’s draw with Chelsea before the international break was a signal of their intent for the rest of their season. Mina looked comfortable in their back four, with Richarlison continuing to provide a pacey outlet up front. Cardiff have won two of their last four, but still look unlikely to cause too many problems on the road this season. Everton will be targeting a win here to potentially sneak into the top 6 as we run towards Christmas.

Everton win @ 1.44 with Marathon Bet | Stake £10, return £14.40

Over 2.5 goals @ 1.90 with Black Type | Stake £10, return £19.00

Watford vs Liverpool

The Hornets were always expected to drop off after their rampant start to the campaign, however, Elton’s boys are Still Standing after clinging on to seventh spot, looking upwards at Bournemouth and Arsenal. Liverpool are still ticking over without setting the league alight; until they start kicking on it’s hard to see them challenging the imperious City. Liverpool have only conceded five goals this season, but with a robust midfield, expect Watford to cause problems on Saturday. Both teams to score looks sensible.

Both teams to score @ 1.80 with Bet Fred | Stake £10, return £18.00

Man United vs Crystal Palace

United’s loss to City ended a successful turn around from Jose after a tricky start to the season. In all honesty, they were outclassed by their noisy neighbours, with Mourinho now trailing Pep by twelve points in the league. Martial is still their jewel in the crown as the Frenchman continues to put together goalscoring performances. Palace have only won twice all season, but look more positive in their play away from home. Palace have lost their last five Premier League matches at Old Trafford conceding eleven goals; scoring zero. I expect this run to continue.

Man United HT/FT @ 2.47 with Smarkets | Stake £10, return £24.70


Bournemouth vs Arsenal

Arsenal’s winning run has turned into a drawing run; their three latest Premier League efforts have ended in shared points. The positives are that these results would have turned to losses last season, and with Emery’s side only eight points off the lead there are plenty of reasons to be positive in North London. A trip to Bournemouth won’t be a stroll; the Cherries are still sixth despite losing their last two fixtures. In their three home wins they’ve conceded three goals, so you’d expect the Gunners to find the net more than once this weekend.

Both teams to score @ 1.48 with Betway | Stake £10, return £14.80

Arsenal / Draw @ 17.00 with Bet Victor | Stake £10, return £170.00


Burnley vs Newcastle

A must-win for both struggling teams deadlocked on nine points. It will be a season of looking over the shoulder for both Dyche and Benitez as they look to stay afloat in a competitive league. Newcastle’s problems look to be upfront with a real lack of goalscoring options; Salomon Rondon’s much-needed brace last game may inspire the Venezuelan to nail down a starting place for the Magpies. This is likely to be a tense affair, with little in the way of opportunities. A 0-0 bore draw shows great value, with under 2.5 goals looking likely.

Under 2.5 goals @ 2.71 with Marathon Bet | Stake £10, return £27.10

Burnley 0-0 Newcastle @ 21.00 with Marathon Bet | Stake £10, return £210.00


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