Weekend Premier League betting previews – some great value to be had

An exciting weekend of football awaits us after the international break and while there are no top-six clashes to get excited, about there are still some very interesting matchups.

Looking at the fixture list, I can see at least two games that could provide a shock and that means an opportunity to get one over the bookies, although it pays to be sensible when choosing who to bet with these days.

One should always check out online bookmakers reviews before placing a punt, why miss a chance to grab a free bet or enhanced odds and to maximise your winnings.

The two games that have outsider picks for me are….

Manchester United v Leicester City
Wolverhampton v Chelsea

I can see Leicester beating United and same with Wolves against Chelsea. Neither team is doing great at the moment, and on their days both Wolves and Leicester are more than capable of beating a top-six side.

As for the other games I expect home wins in the following matches

Liverpool v Newcastle United
Tottenham Hotspur v Crystal Palace
Brighton v Burnley

Liverpool should not have too much trouble against Newcastle, I cannot see Tottenham falling to a second shock home loss and I do fancy Brighton to overcome Burnley. The odds will be restricted on Spurs and the Reds but by adding Brighton into the mix you will get a decent return on a treble.

I will be doing the following games in an away treble….

Sheffield United v Southampton
Norwich City v Manchester City
Watford v Arsenal

Man City speaks for itself, don’t need to be some sage to work that one out, Arsenal should be too strong for struggling Watford, and while Sheff Utd will never be easy to beat at home I do feel that Southampton is improving and will scrape the win.

Finally, a draw double on the following games.

AFC Bournemouth v Everton
Aston Villa v West Ham United

Bournemouth are fairly strong at home but Everton are no walkovers and I expect honours to be even between the sides and the same applies to Aston Villa and West Ham. Villa are fighting hard and West Ham is inconsistent and I reckon both teams will be satisfied with a draw.

So, in conclusion, I have two singles, two trebles and one double for this weekend’s Premier League fixtures, good luck and remember, this is just for fun.

Updated: September 13, 2019 — 5:41 pm


  1. I hope you are right about Arsenal

    I’m just worried of Welbeck. In some of last season’s matches, he showed that he has learned a lot from Aubameyang

  2. I would bet big money on Welbeck scoring against us. I feel we can win though. 1-2 I think.

    Missing Laca is not good, but the huge upside is that Auba now will play in his natural position, and the team will have a more balanced look.

    All those who berated Emery for not starting Laca against Liverpool now look rather foolish. Clearly Laca wasn’t fit, as we saw in the Spurs game with him going off injured, and now Laca will be out even longer which further backs up Emery’s decision against Liverpool.

    1. Since Aubameyang will not play as an LW, I hope Martinelli starts on the left side

      Nelson has got two chances and it’s time to try someone else there, Martinelli or Saka

    2. Your comments are still on here as well. So I would hold your tongue Sir!

      I also didn’t know about the severity of Laca injury, but unlike others on here, I’m man enough to admit when I’m wrong. But Wenger did deserve berating considering how many players we played too early on in their recovery, only to make things worse. A crime, Wenger even admitted to.

  3. Welbeck is a good player. I was sad to see him, Ox leave

  4. Hopefully Arsenal can take advantage of them losing their manager and being at a bit of a low point. Also hope Pepe can get his first goal , as that will take a lot of pressure off of him. We are still on track for a top 4 finish and though we will miss Lacazette for a bit, we are getting other key players back in the positions we desperately need, so looking forward to this month of matches.

  5. Watford -Arsenal Ova 2.5
    Man city -Norwich Ova 3.5
    Man U -Leicester Ova 2.5
    Bournemouth-Everton Under 2.5
    Aston villa -west ham under 2.5
    Tottenham-crystal palace Ova 2.5
    Liverpool-Newcastle Ova 3.5
    Wolves-Chelsea Ova 2.5
    Sheffield United-Southampton Under 2.5
    Brighton-Burnley Under 2.5

    Edit to your satisfaction. Good luck

  6. Wellbeck is not Arsenal standard. I wish to see Saka on the left wing. Two wingers with dribbling ability will give a lot of defenders headache against us.I see us defeating Watford.

  7. Arsenal are favourites to beat Watford ,if they weren`t they shouldn`t be playing football, however, my faith in the Gunners has got a long way to go and whilst I expect them to win it may well be Watford`s day. 2-1 to Arsenal.

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