Premier League Betting Tips

The Premier League returns this weekend for 10 exciting fixtures to be played over a 4-day period. We start in Norwich on Saturday evening where the Canaries play host to Brighton in a game which could have relegation implications. The week concludes with Tottenham vs Everton on Tuesday morning, which looks to be the best matchup on paper. We’ll preview all 10 games in this round, providing our best bets in the process.

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Premier League Tips – Saturday July 4

Norwich City vs Brighton

Venue: Carrow Road, Norwich | Start: 9:30 PM

Brighton open as $3.25 favourites in this one, with the draw coming in at $3.30 and Norwich at $3.40. Brighton will look to rebound from a poor outing last time out, where they were dispatched 3-0 by United.

Norwich look like relegation certainties at this point, having suffered a 4-0 defeat to Arsenal last time out. The Canaries had been decent at home prior to the break, an advantage which has since gone. With that in mind, I think the motivation and talent edge of Brighton should be enough to secure the win here.

Norwich have been woeful in defence of late and I’d expect them to struggle against the improved Brighton front line. I’ll predict 2-1 to Brighton in this one, with BTTS and over 2.5 goals looking like solid supplementary bets.

Head to Head: Brighton
Half-time/Full-time: Draw/Brighton
Over/Under 2.5: Over 2.5
Both Teams Score: Yes

Premier League Tips – Sunday July 5

Leicester City vs Crystal Palace

Venue: King Power Stadium, Leicester | Start: 12:00 AM

Leicester are strong $1.67 favourites here, with the Draw at $3.60 and Crystal Palace $6 outsiders. The Foxes haven’t been great since the return to action, including a 2-1 defeat at Everton last time out.

They are very narrowly clinging onto 3rd place, just 1 point ahead of Chelsea and 3 ahead of United and Wolves. Palace find themselves comfortably mid-table in 12th, already having hit the famed 40 points.

They suffered a rather surprising defeat last time out, falling 1-0 at home to Burnley. Only one of these sides has anything to really play for, which makes me lean to Leicester.

A failure to get all 3 points here and we could see the start of a catastrophic collapse that takes them out of the UCL places. I think they get back on track here with a 2-0 home win, covering the -1 handicap in the process.

On the totals side, I’ll take under 2.5 goals and ‘no’ in the BTTS market.

Head to Head: Leicester
Half-time/Full-time: Leicester/Leicester
Over/Under 2.5: Under 2.5
Both Teams Score: No

Manchester United vs Bournemouth

Venue: Old Trafford, Manchester | Start: 12:00 AM

Manchester United enter this clash in 5th position and are instilled as very strong $1.17 favourites. Relegation-threatened Bournemouth can be had for $21, with the draw on offer at $7.50.

United have been in some fairly strong recent form, beating Sheffield United and Brighton 3-0 in consecutive matches. Bournemouth suffered a 4-1 defeat to Newcastle last time out and appear odds on for relegation at this point.

Both sides have a lot to play for here, with United angling for a top 4 spot and Bournemouth hoping to remain safe. Ultimately, I think United’s depth and Bournemouth’s poor defence to make the difference here.

I’m predicting a 2-0 home win for United, with United winning to nil as a decent alternative. Under 2.5 goals offers some early value as does ‘no’ in the BTTS market.

Head to Head: Manchester United
Half-time/Full-time: Manchester United/Manchester United
Over/Under 2.5: Under 2.5
Both Teams Score: No

Wolves v Arsenal

Venue: Molineux Stadium, Wolverhampton | Start: 2:30 AM

It’s a battle between 6th and 7th place here, with Wolves currently listed as $2.30 favourites. Arsenal find themselves $3.30 outsiders here, with the draw on offer at the same price.

Wolves have been in some very solid form of late, picking up 3 clean sheet victories since the return to play. Arsenal also appear to have improved lately, winning at Sheffield United in the Cup and spanking Norwich 4-0 in the League.

I expect a relatively close and competitive match here, but I give the slight edge to Wolves. They’ve proven to have a very resolute defence, while also being adept going forward.

I’ll go for a Wolves win at $2.30, with a predicted scoreline of 2-1. I see a few goals in this one, with over 2.5 and BTTS both firmly in play.

Head to Head: Arsenal
Half-time/Full-time: Arsenal/Arsenal
Over/Under 2.5: Under 2.5
Both Teams Score: No

Chelsea v Watford

Venue: Stamford Bridge, London | Start: 5:00 AM

Chelsea enter this one as strong $1.40 favourites, with the draw at $4.50 and an upset Watford win at $8.50. The Blues sit in 4th spot with 54 total points, although they did endure a 3-2 loss to West Ham last time out.

Watford are in the midst of a relegation dogfight, currently occupying 17th spot with 28 points. This is another clash with huge stakes at both ends of the table; Chelsea gunning for that top-4 spot and Watford trying to avoid relegation.

Chelsea have responded well to adversity this season and I think they bounce back from their defeat with a convincing win here. I think their firepower up front will prove too much here as they ultimately win 3-1.

Chelsea Half-Time/Full-Time looks like a solid bet, as does over 2.5 goals in what could be a free-flowing affair.

Head to Head: Chelsea
Half-time/Full-time: Chelsea/Chelsea
Over/Under 2.5: Over 2.5
Both Teams Score: Yes

Burnley v Sheffield United

Venue: Turf Moor, Burnley | Start: 9:00 PM

9th place Burnley take on 10th place Sheffield United here in what looks like an intriguing game on paper. The Blades are the narrowest of $2.75 favourites, with the Clarets on offer at $2.88 and the Draw at $3.

Burnley have done well of late despite a depleted squad, earning consecutive 1-0 wins over Watford and Crystal Palace. Sheffield United have had a dip in form since the return to play, incurring high-profile losses against Manchester United and Arsenal.

This is an interesting matchup in the sense that neither side is playing for particularly important stakes. Both sides will be in the Premier League next season, but appear unlikely to play European football.

I think Sheffield United will put slightly more talent on the park here, but Burnley’s form edge has me thinking this will be a draw.

I’ll go for the stock standard 1-1 score prediction here, currently on offer at $6. I don’t see a particularly high-scoring affair here and would take Burnley +1 if decent odds came up.

Head to Head: Draw
Half-time/Full-time: Draw/Draw
Over/Under 2.5: Under 2.5
Both Teams Score: Yes

Newcastle v West Ham

Venue: St. James’ Park, Newcastle | Start: 11:15 PM

Newcastle are also rather narrow $2.70 favourites, with West Ham at $2.75 and the Draw at $3.25. The Magpies have looked rather solid of late and find themselves safe in 13th place on 42 points.

The Hammers had a big 3-2 win over Chelsea last time out, putting them 3 points ahead of the bottom 3. They’ve got significantly more riding on this match, with the threat of relegation still very much imminent.

With that in mind, I’ll take West Ham to get a result here, likely a scrappy 1-0. I don’t see a ton of goals in this one, with both sides likely to play a relatively cagey style.

West Ham to win to nil looks like solid early value, as does under 2.5 goals.

Head to Head: West Ham
Half-time/Full-time: Draw/West Ham
Over/Under 2.5: Under 2.5
Both Teams Score: No

Premier League Tips – Monday July 6

Liverpool vs Aston Villa

Venue: Anfield, Liverpool | Start: 1:30 AM

Liverpool return to action as $1.33 favourites after getting tonked 4-0 by Man City last time out. They take on 18th place and $9 Villa here, who suffered a 1-0 defeat to Wolves last Saturday.

The Reds are essentially playing out the string here, without any more titles up for grabs. The fact that they were beaten so soundly by City may be cause for optimism here, likely resulting in a bounce-back performance.

Villa will definitely be going all out here, desperately trying to avoid another season in the Championship. Despite the likely motivation difference, I still think Liverpool’s talent advantage wins out here.

I’ll predict 2-0 to the Reds in this one, with Liverpool winning to nil looking like decent value. I don’t have too much of an opinion on the total, but ‘no’ in the BTTS market looks like another solid early option.

Head to Head: Liverpool
Half-time/Full-time: Liverpool/Liverpool
Over/Under 2.5: Over 2.5
Both Teams Score: No

Southampton vs Manchester City

Venue: St. Mary’s Stadium, Southampton | Start: 4:00 AM

City open as commanding $1.30 road favourites here, with the Draw at $5.50 and Southampton at $11. The Blues comfortably dispatched of rivals Liverpool 4-0 last time out, which should mean momentum on their side here.

Southampton find themselves firmly mid table and have reached the 40-point barrier, defeating Watford 3-1 last time out. I don’t think either side has a ton to play for here, with City likely locked into 2nd and the Saints having seemingly reached safety.

Without a huge motivation or home field edge either way, I’ll side with the talent edge that City clearly possess here. They’re likely to make a few changes after a short rest period, which could result in a closer than expected finish.

I’ll ultimately go 2-1 to City here, with the half-time/full-time double also looking appealing. On the totals side, I see early value in over 2.5 goals and BTTS.

Head to Head: Manchester City
Half-time/Full-time: Manchester City/Manchester City
Over/Under 2.5: Over 2.5
Both Teams Score: Yes

Chelsea v Watford

Venue: Stamford Bridge, London | Start: 5:00 AM

Chelsea enter this one as strong $1.40 favourites, with the draw at $4.50 and an upset Watford win at $8.50. The Blues sit in 4th spot with 54 total points, although they did endure a 3-2 loss to West Ham last time out.

Watford are in the midst of a relegation dogfight, currently occupying 17th spot with 28 points. They’ve been relatively poor since the restart, losing consecutive games against Burnley and Southampton. This is another clash with huge stakes at both ends of the table; Chelsea gunning for that top-4 spot and Watford trying to avoid relegation.

Chelsea have responded well to adversity this season and I think they bounce back from their defeat with a convincing win here. I think their firepower up front will prove too much here as they ultimately win 3-1. Chelsea Half-Time/Full-Time looks like a solid bet, as does over 2.5 goals in what could be a free-flowing affair.

Head to Head: Chelsea
Half-time/Full-time: Chelsea/Chelsea
Over/Under 2.5: Over 2.5
Both Teams Score: No

Premier League Tips – Tuesday July 7

Tottenham vs Everton

Venue: Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London | Start: 5:00 AM

Spurs are somewhat narrow $2.10 favourites here, with Everton at $3.40 and the Draw at $3.60. It hasn’t been smooth sailing for Mourinho of late, with his side falling to 9th after a poor defeat at Sheffield United.

Everton have had another middling and inconsistent campaign, although they did manage a 2-1 win over Leicester last time out. Neither side has too much to play for, with both out of the cup competitions and firmly mid-table in the league.

Spurs should theoretically have a narrow motivation edge, with this being an excellent opportunity to bounce back. Ultimately, this is a bit of a ‘nothing’ fixture and somewhat difficult to predict.

The Draw at $3.60 looks like solid value in such a scenario, with 1-1 at $7 looking particularly tasty. I like BTTS here, coupled nicely with the arbitrage opportunity of under 2.5 goals.

Head to Head: Draw
Half-time/Full-time: Tottenham/Draw
Over/Under 2.5: Under 2.5
Both Teams Score: No