Premier League Round Up For Week 12

Stuart Woodrow

Wednesday, November 15, 2017 7:21 PM UTC

Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017 7:21 PM UTC

Although there are very few « big » matches this weekend, the opportunity is there for certain sides to pull away from the others and cement their positions. Let’s go through the Premier League fixtures and try to pick out some profitable bets.

The first match is probably the biggest of the weekend as Arsenal face up to Tottenham Hotspur. With just four points separating the two bitter rivals this game has a little bit of extra bite. Tottenham have the better form but the value is with Arsenal here and with a few of Spurs international players doing a LOT of travelling over the last weekend, combined with a growing injury list, the value is worth following. Back Arsenal at +150 with Pinnacle.

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Leicester v Manchester City should be an away win but the odds are far too low for us to consider betting on that. In fact the markets are pretty tight across the board and there is nothing I could honestly point to and say “great bet”.

Burnley v Swansea is a match that generates some interest though. Swansea are in poor form and Burnley are a tough side to beat this season home or away. I’m on Burnley to win at +114 with Pinnacle.

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West Brom v Chelsea is a match I’m avoiding. West Brom have not been impressive lately but there are the basic components of a solid Premier League side in there. Tony Pulis may be feeling the pressure as a loss here could see them slip into the bottom 3. Chelsea haven’t been faultless either and have lost 2 out of their last 5 matches. If Kante starts then Chelsea wins is the simple formula that works for this one. I’m not prepared to back anything until I see the team sheets though.

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Bournemouth v Huddersfield looks like it should be a draw but there’s no value here. Let’s move on.

Liverpool should pick up a home win against Southampton this weekend. With Sadio Mané back the Liverpool front line could score a few against a Southampton defence that isn’t looking at its best. I’ve got my eye on Over 3 goals at +114 with Pinnacle. We may require a Southampton goal to ensure that comes in though. I’m fairly confident we’ll get our money back at least on this one.

Crystal Palace v Everton is the game that a lot of bettors have their eye on. Palace have been improving , there is still some way to go, but Everton are yet to take their next step forward as they wait to find out who their new manager will be. I’m backing a home win in this one and this is great value at +150 with BetVictor.

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Manchester United welcome Newcastle United to Old Trafford in the last game of the day but the bookies have this one sewn up tight. Perhaps Benitez’s side can make this more interesting than I think it will be but right now I do not have a bet for this one.

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Watford take on West Ham United in Sundays only game and I’m backing Watford in my last bet of the round. I’ve made some good money backing Watford this season and the +110 offered by BetVictor and William Hill gives me the chance to increase that profit further.

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Brighton v Stoke is the Monday night game but I’m staying out of this one as it will all depend on which Stoke side turn up.

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