This weekends Premier League Betting Preview
Now the international break is over, we can focus on the Premier League action once again. There are ten Premier league matches taking place from Saturday to Monday and there are some great betting opportunities. Below I’ve previewed one of this weekend’s games and I’ve found an excellent promotion that will hopefully prove to be profitable this weekend.
Arsenal v Liverpool
The fixture of the weekend undoubtedly takes place at The Emirates Stadium as Arsenal host Liverpool on Saturday at 12:45pm. Liverpool come into this match in outstanding form, they’ve won ten of their last fourteen matches, although they did lose against Manchester United in their most recent outing. Arsenal on the other hand are also in top form, Arsene Wenger’s side have won 14 of their last 16 matches in all competitions and they’re playing some superb football at the moment.
This is a crucial match for both sides, Arsenal are third in the table and are yet to secure a top four finish. Liverpool sit in fifth position and are five points behind fourth place, a win on Saturday is imperative if they’re to finish inside the top four in my opinion.
Unsurprisingly Arsenal are the favourites to win this match due to their home advantage but they are a very short price at around evens in my opinion. They have a woeful record against the better sides in the league therefore I am more than happy to side with Liverpool on this occasion at a generous price of 11/5.
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Betway’s Fivefold Promotion
Betway are currently offering all of their customers an excellent promotion and I’ve decided to take advantage of it this weekend. All we have to do is simply place a 5 fold (or more) on any range of football matches and if one selection lets us down, Betway will refund losing stakes as a free bet up to £25. Below are the five sides that I’d advise you back this weekend for the use of this superb promotion.
Leicester v West Ham – Leicester have really struggled this campaign and they will almost certainly get relegated. West Ham are the better side in this match up and their class should show.
Manchester United v Aston Villa – This is a no brainer in my head, Manchester United are finally starting to play some decent football and should beat a poor Villa side on Saturday.
West Brom v QPR – West Brom may be safe now but I’m almost certain that Tony Pulis won’t allow his side to rest. The Baggies are a much better side than their opponents who have struggled away from home all season. I’m not expecting a classic game but West Brom should just edge it.
Chelsea v Stoke City – Chelsea will be eager to beat Stoke on Saturday to all but secure the Premier League title. Stoke have travelled to Stamford Bridge on seven occasions in the past six years and they’ve lost on each occasion.
Crystal Palace v Manchester City – Alan Pardew has worked wonders at Crystal Palace but I find it hard to believe that they’ll get a result on Monday evening against Manchester City. Man City have to win this match if they’re to have any chance of catching Chelsea and with a fit squad you’d expect City to win this comfortably.