Lay Liverpool For Beer Money
Manchester City’s slip-up against West Ham last weekend made the Premier League interesting again, and you can read whether Betting Gods think they’re going to bounce back against Spurs on Saturday – along with 3 more tips for the best of this week’s action.
Spurs vs Manchester City (Saturday 12.45)
Man City succumbed to the amazing away form of West Ham last week, and it will be interesting to see how they bounce back from their first setback of the season. Playing Spurs looks an ideal opportunity to regain the winning thread though as they’ve won 7 of their last 8 clashes, including 3 of their last 4 at White Hart lane. Spurs are unbeaten in their 3 home games so far, but draws against Stoke and Everton and a win against Palace may not be strong enough form to hold City at bay.
Man City win @ even-money (10 Bet)
Leicester vs Arsenal (Saturday 3.00)
Leicester have taken 7 points from their opening 3 home games and are scoring freely. Meanwhile Arsenal may have lost at Stamford Bridge last week, but have beaten both Palace and Newcastle on their travels so far this season. Leicester sit 2 points and a place above Arsenal in the table and, having held the gunners to a 1-1 draw in last year’s renewal, they may hold them at bay for a little while longer.
Draw @ 3/1 (Bet365, Betfred)
Liverpool vs Villa (Saturday 3.00)
Liverpool have only managed to sink Bournemouth at home so far this season and, whilst they’re not the only big club to lose to West Ham at home this season, last week’s draw against Norwich was pretty timid. You could argue that Villa are even worse on their travels having lost to Leicester and Palace (also won at Bournemouth), but they have scored in all their away games. They also have a really good record at Anfield in the last 4 seasons having won twice and drawn the other two – and I’m happy to lay Liverpool at 1.56
Lay Liverpool @ 1.56 (Betfair Exchange)
West Brom vs Everton (Monday 8.00)
West Brom may not have had the easiest first 3 home games of the season against Swansea, Man City and Chelsea, but they’ve only won this fixture once in the last 4 years. Everton have also looked solid on their travels this season, and have yet to concede an away goal so far having drawn with Swansea and Spurs, and beaten Southampton. Having also won 2 of the last 4 renewals – the 6/4 for another win looks decent value.
Everton win @ 6/4 (Betfred, Betvictor)