Soccer Betting: Week 10 Premier League Preview

Theo Walcott

Friday, October 28, 2016 9:51 PM GMT

It is Premier League Week 10 already and the matches keep getting bigger and better and I've got three juicy bets for us on this week's soccer picks.

 

 

Sunderland AFC vs Arsenal FC  

We start with Arsenal's long visit to the Stadium of Light to take on the bottom of the table Sunderland.

Arsene Wenger's side are a very short 1.40 favourite to extend their unbeaten run to 14 matches and even though they should win, they look no value at the current prices.

The Black Cats are rooted to the foot of the table and there is very little hope for them to win only their second match in the Premier League season even at the huge 9.00 that BetVictor are offering.

The last four Sunderland games have all seen under 2.5 goals as a winner and it's also come in for under backers in four of the last five years in this fixture.

Instead of taking Arsenal as the soccer pick just for the win, it might be a good idea to take the 9.00 on them to edge it 1-0 which is at BetVictor as a professional performance looks on the cards with Champions League football in midweek.

 

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Manchester United vs Burnley FC

Manchester United are the biggest favourites on the coupon this week at 1.22 to beat Lancashire rivals, Burnley.

United suffered an embarrassing 4-0 defeat at Stamford Bridge last weekend and that was the second game in succession  that Jose Mourinho's side had failed to score a goal.

I can see them getting back to winning ways this weekend and again there is no case to be made for the visitors even at 18.00 and instead of backing the home side just to win the match I like them to win this to nil at 1.66 with Coral something that they've managed in six of the last eight matches against the Clarets.

 

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Middlesbrough FC vs Bournemouth AFC  

After a decent start to the new season, it's all going wrong at The Riverside and they look vulnerable against in-form Bournemouth.

Middlesbrough hasn't won a Premier League game since August and I am surprised that they are rated the 2.60 favourites to win this.

Bournemouth make the long trip in great form with just one defeat in their last nine matches and I can't see them losing this and I am going to take Eddie Howe's side for the win at a very big 3.25.

 

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Tottenham Hotspur vs Leicester City  

Tottenham host Leicester at White Hart Lane in one of the biggest matches on Saturday afternoon and Spurs are a warm 1.66 favourites to heap more pressure on the champions.

Both sides are in Champions League action in midweek and that means that the Foxes usually rest key players ahead of what is a massive match against Copenhagen.

Leicester has failed to win a game away from home in the Premier League season and they are not going to start with one at the home of the toughest defense in the top flight and I like Mauricio Pochettino's side to cover the -1 goal handicap on the Asian handicap against a Leicester side that's conceded 13 goals in their four away Premier League matches.

 

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 Watford FC vs Hull City 

My bankers in the Premier League this weekend are Watford who look a massive price at 1.75 to beat strugglers Hull.

Watford is scoring goals for fun at the moment and against a Tigers' side that have conceded 11 goals in their last two Premier League away matches.

Mike Phelan has taken over at the KC Stadium and since the former Manchester United coaches appointment they've lost their last four Premier League matches and they look to have their work cut out to stop a rampant Watford in this one and secure Premier League football for another season.

 

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West Bromwich Albion vs Manchester City

PEP Guardiola is facing the first managerial crisis in his career after the Spaniard has now failed to win in his last six matches but the bookies strongly believe they will get back to winning ways at West Brom at the weekend.

City is 1.45 for the win and at the Hawthornes that certainly isn't a price that I would want to take.

I can't see many goals in this one as West Brom are always a tough nut to crack at home and with confidence low at City and a massive clash with Barcelona in midweek under 2.5 goals at 2.10 and both teams to score a "no" at 1.91 are both bets that I will be taking in this one.

 

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Crystal Palace vs Liverpool FC

Saturday concludes with a tough trip to south east London to Liverpool when they visit Selhurst Park to face bogey side Crystal Palace.

Jurgen Klopp's side are the in-form side in the Premier League after they've put an impressive unbeaten run of TEN matches together and that is going to be tested in south-east London.

Liverpool famously threw away a three-goal led her three years ago a result which ultimately cost them the Premier League title and with just one win in their last five visits in this fixture this looks a very tough one.

I like Crystal Palace +1 goal  which is at 1.72  BetVictor as the worst thing I am expecting is for us to get our money back at the very least.

Liverpool's philosophy under Klopp is to not worry if we concede as we are more than capable of scoring two or three and both teams to score backers have been cleaning up in Liverpool matches this season with eight of the last 10 games seeing both teams scoring which is a general 1.72 in this match-up.

 

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Everton FC vs West Ham United

SUNDAY'S starts with a decent match-up at Goodison Park when Everton host struggling West Ham.

Ronald Koeman's side are flying high in the Premier League season after an impressive start under the Dutchman, but in the last few weeks their form hasn't been great and they arrive in this one on a winless run of five matches.

The Hammers' produced their best performance of what has been a very disappointing season in their latest match which was a 2-1 win over Chelsea in the Football League Cup and they are now unbeaten in their last four matches.

When these two sides meet it usually produces goals and both teams have scored in the last six clashes and in seven of the last eight and I can see this latest renewal rewarding goal backers as well.

Both teams to score as a "yes" is 1.66 with Bet365 and that looks decent as does and over 2.5 goals at the slightly bigger 1.70.

 

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Southampton FC vs Chelsea FC

TWO in-form sides play the Super Sunday main course this weekend when Chelsea travel to the south coast to take on Southampton at St Mary's.

The Blue's impressed last weekend after they hammered Manchester United 4-0 in Jose Mourinho's Stamford Bridge homecoming and that win came on the back of another impressive 3-0 performance at home to Leicester.

After a rocky patch, Antonio Conte's side are flying at present after three successive wins where they've kept a clean sheet in every game and even though they will be the popular choice to maintain that form the 2.40 does look a short price.

The Saints' are in impressive form as well with just one defeat in their last 10 matches and in the Premier League they are unbeaten in the last seven and they are 3.20 to get another win.

Southampton's good recent run has been due to their defence strengths with EIGHT clean sheets in their last 10 matches and going against goals in this one certainly looks the best strategy.

Under 2.5 goals has come in as a winning bet in five of the last six Saint's matches and with Chelsea looking rock solid at the back as well both the 1.83 on under 2.5 goals in the match with Coral looks the best bet.

 

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Stoke City vs Swansea City  

I'm glad I won't be in on Monday night to watch the final Premier League game of the weekend when Stoke host Swansea at the Bet365 Stadium.

Both of these sides are desperate for points at the wrong end of the table and with the need for the points rather than a performance this promises to be a dull one.

Stoke after a shaky start are unbeaten in their last four and they are the worthy favourites at 2.10 and with Swansea losing six of their last eight matches with the other two draws they will be desperate as well to give manager Bob Bradley his first win, but soccer odds of 3.75 do very little for me.

This has the potential to be scrappy and tight and on the match betting the draw looks the best value at 3.50 and it wouldn't surprise me if it ended goalless with no goalscorer worth a small play at 12.00.

 

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