Man City, Liverpool & Man United Could Make Nice Treble In EPL Picks

Martin Green

Monday, November 19, 2018 8:52 PM UTC

Monday, Nov. 19, 2018 8:52 PM UTC

The Premier League returns this weekend and Manchester City, Liverpool and Manchester United should feel confident about their chances of success. Let's check out the action.

[/]{"component":"video", "type":"youtube", "url":"", "videoSize":"Large" }[/]Everton vs. CardiffSaturday. 10 a.m. ET

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The Everton forwards should be licking their lips at the prospect of taking on this woeful Cardiff defense at Goodison Park on Saturday. Neil Warnock’s men have shipped 25 goals in 12 games this season and they are languishing in the relegation zone. They are the outright favorites for the drop and a team like Everton really should pulverize them. The Toffees spent a great deal of money in the summer in an effort to challenge the top six, and they have the firepower to win this one comfortably. They have picked up four victories in five home games this season and they are -228 with Pinnacle to win it and that looks like a good addition to any parlay bets. For more value on this one, Everton -1.25 Asian handicap looks attractive at +101 with Bet365.

Fulham vs. SouthamptonSaturday, 10 a.m. ET

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Fulham has lost six games in a row and sits bottom of the league. However, they have just appointed the legendary Claudio Ranieri as their manager and that should really galvanize this group of players. The Italian’s last stint in the Premiership saw him defy odds of 5,000/1 to win the title with Leicester, and the Cottagers will hope for more magic. He could not have a much easier start to life back in England, as Southampton has been woeful this season and has not won since September 1. This is a relegation six-pointer and Fulham – which spent a fortune in the summer and has a better squad than their league position suggests – looks well priced at +166 with Pinnacle to secure victory. More cautious bettors can find Fulham "draw no bet" at -120 at various sportsbooks.

Manchester United vs. Crystal PalaceSaturday, 10 a.m. ET

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Jose Mourinho was embarrassed by fierce rival Pep Guardiola last time out as Man City won the Manchester Derby 3-1. He will have had a full international break to brood over that defeat, and he could well take his anger out on a poor Crystal Palace side. The Eagles have lost three in a row to slump to 16th in the table, and they really lack the quality to live with Man United’s forward line. Man United is -238 with William Hill to win this one, and a parlay featuring Man United, Liverpool and Man City looks really tempting this weekend. You could also push it further by including Everton and making it a four-fold.

Watford vs. LiverpoolSaturday, 10 a.m. ET

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The Hornets have exceeded expectations and they are seventh in the table, 12 points clear of the relegation zone. They are big, strong, quick and hard to break down, so they should be good for a mid-table finish at the very least. However, Liverpool remains unbeaten and they possess the pace, dynamism and flair to open Watford up in this contest. Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah should prove too hot to handle for the Hornets’ backline. Liverpool -1 Asian handicap looks good at -118 with Bet365.

West Ham vs. Manchester CitySaturday, 10 a.m. ET

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This game is pretty much a write-off for West Ham. After hosting Man City, they embark on a run of seven eminently winnable games in December, so this will be an exercise in damage limitation. They lack the defense to contain Pep Guardiola’s men for 90 minutes, so they will try to attack and they are highly likely to be taken apart. Man City and "over" 2.5 goals looks interesting at -150 or you could push it to Man City and "over" 3.5 goals at +145. Man City also looks like a great addition to a parlay.

Bournemouth vs. ArsenalSunday, 8:30 a.m. ET

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The Cherries are the other surprise package of the season as they find themselves enjoying the giddy heights of sixth place as we head into late November. They have attacked with purpose and ambition all season and have been rewarded with six wins out of 12 games. They beat Arsenal 2-1 at home last season, but the Gunners are a much tougher nut to crack nowadays. They carry a 16-match unbeaten run into this game and they look a lot more durable under new manager Unai Emery. Most of their games have been all square at halftime, so a draw at halftime in this game looks interesting at +140 with Bet365. This game features two attacking teams with questionable defenses, so "both teams to score" and "over" 2.5 goals looks interesting at -137 with William Hill.

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