Let’s get straight into the weekend football tips ….
Hull vs Crystal Palace
Hull have failed to capitalise on home advantage the last four-times they’ve hosted Crystal Palace with the matches finishing 0-1, 0-0, 0-1 and 1-1. Palace could easily win again but laying Hull on the exchanges looks the call. It’s also a best-priced 23/10 that there is less than 1.5 goals, which would have paid out in three of the last four years.
Lay Hull @ 2.18
Less than 1.5 goals @ 23/10
Leicester vs Burnley
No Premiership fixtures to go off, but the last four Championship games between the clubs have resulted in three Leicester wins and one draw, and the 5/6 for Leicester to make it four wins from five looks good value.
Leicester @ 5/6
Liverpool vs West Brom
Considering that West Brom have won the corresponding fixture in two of the last three years, the 7/1 for them to claim victory looks on the big side. However, the value looks in laying Liverpool on the exchanges at around 1.48.
Lay Liverpool @ 1.48
Swansea vs Newcastle
The last twice the Swans have hosted the Magpies they’ve won to nil and, having looked by far the better team so far, can repeat the dose having also kept clean sheets in two of their three home games this season.
Swansea to win to nil @ 11/5
Aston Villa vs Manchester City
Two wins each and one draw in the last five corresponding fixtures suggest that the odds are all wrong with City trading at around 1/2, and laying them on the exchanges looks the value play.
Lay Manchester City @ 1.56
Manchester United vs Everton
United and Everton are so unpredictable at the moment that I was going to leave the game alone, however the 6/4 there are more than 3.5 goals in the match looks great value when considering the fact four of Everton’s six Premiership matches this season have resulted in four goals or more and two of United’s last three.
More than 3.5 goals @ 6/4
Chelsea vs Arsenal
Chelsea have been the only predictable Premiership team this season and should improve their already impressive results in this fixture (won four of the last five). They’ve also three of those four games to nil and look value to do so again.
Chelsea to win to nil @ 21/10
Spurs vs Southampton
Tottenham have won the last three corresponding fixtures but have struggled at home this season, whilst Southampton have been impressive on their travels. The Saints will also be keen to get one over on Spurs manager Pochettino who jumped ship in the summer, and can snatch victory.
Southampton @ 13/5