English Premier League Run Down - Week 11 Betting Preview & Free Picks

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Nigel Seeley

Friday, November 4, 2016 8:19 PM UTC

Friday, Nov. 4, 2016 8:19 PM UTC

It's our run down of the Premier League and we've got a difficult fixture list but these are the best wagers to have on the big matches. Read on and get the information that will make you a winner at the bet box


Bournemouth under Eddie Howe are fast becoming and established Premier League side and they should get the better of the worst team in the top flight in Sunderland, but 1.66 looks a far to short to get involved in.

The Cherries are more than capable of scoring goals and The Black Cats concede them more than most so goals looks very likely in this one.

Bournemouth centre-forward Callum Wilson is a player that I believe will be a future England international and 5.00 on him top open the scoring looks the best bet in the game.

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After searching through all the team news and stats this is my best bet in the Premier League this weekend.

Sean Dyche has done an incredible job in Lancashire and already this season they've beaten Liverpool (the only team to do so), Everton and Watford at home and their only home defeat came after a disputed off-side goal against Arsenal.

Palace are one of the most inconsistent sides in the top flight and are very good at home but not one of the better sides on their travels with just two wins at struggling Middlesbrough and rock-bottom Sunderland.

There is nothing separating these two-sided in the league table and I was expecting to see the home side around 2.55 to win this, but when I logged on I couldn't believe that Burnley are 3.50 to win this with BetVictor which regardless if they win or lose is the WRONG price.

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POOR old Middlesbrough face the toughest of challenges this weekend when they travel to an expectant Ethiad Stadium to face top of the table Manchester City.

City will be still buzzing after their super midweek 3-1 Champions League win against Barcelona and after a winless run of six games in October they've won their last two matches and still remain at the top of the Premier League table and on course for the last 16 in the Champions League.

Pep Guardiola's side are the shortest price on the Premier League coupon this weekend at just 1.25 and although those price are far from attractive, they will win and should be included in all of our weekend accumulators.

Aitor Karanka's side have drawn their last two away matches at West Ham and Arsenal but this is a much tougher challenge and if the home side get off to a flying start as I expect, this could turn into a rout very quickly.

City will win, but 1.25 is too short for me, but 1.72 with Coral is a decent price on City to be leading at half-time and then again at full-time and on the asian handicap lines I also like the general 1.80 on a City win -1.5 goals.

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I was at this match last season and it ended in a boring 0-0 draw and it wouldn't surprise me at all to see it end the same again. The Hammers are far from a happy bunch at the moment and their form at The London Stadium is a big concern if you tempted by the 2.10. Stoke arrive in East London in impressive form and with three wins and three draws at the Boylen Ground in their last six visits this should be a walk in the Olympic Park. I can't see Stoke losing this and I am tempted on the 3.30 on Mark Hughes' side for the win but the best bet is Stoke +0.5 which brings in the draw as well at 1.83.

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Antonio Conte's Chelsea revolution is slowly but surely taking shape at Stamford Bridge and since the Blues have reverted to a back three I've been very impressed with what I've seen and they will certainly be in the shake-up at the end of the season.

For this match though, The Blues' are just a general 1.57 to gain maximum points and despite their impressive recent performances that doesn't look a price to risk to much money on.

Chelsea have now won their last four in the Premier League and the big plus for Conte is that in all those matches they've kept a clean sheet and a Chelsea win to nil again might appeal at 2.80 with BetVictor.

Last season this match ended in a 3-3 thriller, but this time around it's expected to be a lot closer and I can't see many goals and I like the under 2.5 at 2.25 with and  I would put this in as a "no" in the Both Teams To Score market which is 2.05 with both Coral and William Hills.

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THE biggest match in the Premier League this weekend is Sunday's north London derby from The Emirates where Arsenal host bitter rivals Tottenham.

These two sides are in fantastic form with Arsenal unbeaten since the opening day of the season; winning TEN of their last 11 matches and Spurs' are still the only side unbeaten in the Premier League.

Despite both of their impressive credentials The Gunners' are a very short 2.00  with Paddy Power and that is mainly due to their respective midweek Champions League performances rather than what we've seen domestically this season.

On Tuesday Arsenal came from 2-0 down to beat Ludogorets 3-2 in Bulgaria and the following day Spurs put in their worst performance of the season to lose 1-0 at Wembley against Bayer Leverkusen to leave their Champions League hopes hanging by a thread.

The defeat saw the bookies push Mauricio Pocchetino's side out to a massive 4.33 with Betfred for a win on Sunday and I am expecting a reaction from Tottenham and I am also tempted by those odds on offer.

Arsenal have usually got the upper hand in this fixture and are unbeaten in the last six, but the last two years have ended in draws and at 3.60 with Bet365 that looks the best bet to have on Sunday.

Tottenham boast the best defence in the Premier League but without injured England striker Harry Kane they are struggling for goals and I am swimming against the tide in this one and taking under 2.5 goals which looks overpriced to me at 2.05 with William Hill.

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The worst game in the Premier League fixture this at the weekend and I am going to keep this very short and sweet both these sides are finding it hard to score goals and leave the match betting alone and concentrate on the goals market or lack of them.

Both teams to score "no" is a bet at 1.80 with BetVictor and under 2.5 goals in the match which always happens in Southampton Premier League matches also is the way to go at the general 1.72.

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JURGEN KLOPP'S Liverpool are playing some "sexy" football at present and their home clash with Watford at the weekend promises to be one of the more entertaining games of the Premier League weekend.

Liverpool's game plan this season is to go all out attack and forget about any defending and that was the case last week in the 4-2 win over Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park and we should expect more of the same on Sunday.

The Red's have now won eight of their last nine matches and they are expected to win again in this one, but 1.30 does look a very short price for a side that you can guarantee will concede at least once in the 90-minutes.

In eight of the last 10 Liverpool matches both teams have scored and with Watford banging in the goals in recent weeks BTTS "yes" looks a great bet at the evens with Coral and Ladbrokes.

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This looks the hardest game to call on the Premier League coupon and looking at it and looking at it again I really can't find anyway to play as both teams are as bad as each other this season.

United can't score goals and Swansea can't win games and something has got to give.... or has it ?

If pushed I am going to take the draw at the general 4.00 which looks a huge price.

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CHAMPIONS Leicester mightn't have it all their own way when West Brom visits the King Power on Sunday afternoon.

The Foxes are the odds-on favourites with the bookies to win this match but over the years the Baggies have been their bogey side and there is every reason to suggest that this is going to be another struggle for the home side.

Leicester hasn't beaten West Brom at home in the last seven attempts with their last success back in Jan 1994 when D:Ream where number one in the charts with "Things Can Only Get Better" and that song title sums up perfectly Leicester's title defence so far this season.

Surprisingly this fixture has a long history of goals, but I can't see many this time around as five of the last seven Leicester 

and 1.72 on under 2.5 goals looks the bet.

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