Premier League Round 14 – Best Betting Predictions and Tips

Alex Campean

Tuesday, November 28, 2017 1:26 PM UTC

Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2017 1:26 PM UTC

No Champions League this week, so that means that the Premier League is having some midweek action. Read on as we run down the best picks available for Tuesday & Wednesday action.

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The Spurs still suffer from the Wembley curse after dropping 2 points last weekend being held to a 1-1 draw by West Brom. Leicester failed to impress drawing 1-1 against West Ham, remaining winless in their last three Premier League fixtures. The Foxes currently sit 11th in the standings being just 4 points above the danger zone. Leicester’s three home defeats this season have come against top 6 EPL club (Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea). Claude Puel has made little difference to Leicester since he took charge but maybe he needs more time to show his impact. He will probably organize his team trying not to concede against Kane and Co. and hope for at least 1 point. Despite not being in their finest goal-scoring form, Tottenham are the better side and should have enough to win this match. Best pick for the match: Tottenham to win at 1.77 with Pinnacle

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Watford vs. Manchester United

We are tempted to bet on Manchester United, but The Red Devils have a tough trip on Tuesday against Watford. Both Manchester United and Watford enter this match having won their weekend fixtures 1-0 versus Brighton and 3-0 away at Newcastle respectively. After three defeats in a row, Watford bounced back and enter this match full of confidence, winning their last 2 Premier League encounters and sitting 8th in the standings with 21 points earned in 13 rounds. United are 8 points behind leaders Manchester City and can’t afford to drop points in this match as the margin is already huge after 13 weeks. The Special One Mourinho might rest some of his key players having an eye on the weekend clash against Arsenal. His star striker and main scorer, Romelu Lukaku could be banned for 3 EPL rounds, including the Arsenal clash and the Manchester derby, if the FA decides to punish him for an apparent kick at Brighton defender Gaetan Bong. We expect a goal-fest with Watford contributing on the scoreboard. Best pick for the match: Over 2.5 goals at -111 with Unibet.

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Manchester City vs. Southampton

The Citizens came from 1 goal behind to continue their Premier League winning streak and grab the three points away at Huddersfield. They have won 37 points from their 13 matches this season, more than any other club in the EPL history. They are by far the best English side this season sitting 8 points clear at the top of the table being huge favorites to win their home match against the Saints and secure their leading position being priced at -500 with Betfair. The Saints enter the match after trashing Everton 4-1 last round but that doesn’t say anything because The Toffees are so bad that anyone can beat them right now. The Citizens have won 5 of their 6 home games so far scoring 24 goals in the process so we expect them to win this match in style. Best pick for the match: Manchester City to win and over 3.5 goals in the match at +115 with Pinnacle.

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Stoke vs. Liverpool

6th place Liverpool will look to extend their 4-match unbeaten run when travelling to play 15th place Stoke. Stoke are just the second team to lose against last placed Crystal Palace as they currently sit just three points above the relegation zone. They have the 2nd worst attack in the Premier League after Everton, with 26 goals conceded in 13 rounds, an average of two goals per game. Despite not having a great season, Liverpool have a huge attacking firepower that will probably destroy Stoke. Best pick for the match: Liverpool to win and over 2.5 goals in the match at +115 with BetVictor.

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