The Premier League returns this weekend and we can’t wait. Here we give you the odds, predictions and tips for all the matches, including a number of nice looking bets in several of the games which offers attractive odds and the chance of some good wins. There are good value bets here so please study our odds and tips and enjoy a winning weekend.
Premier League Saturday 11th Matches
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Crystal Palace v Tottenham Hotspurs Betting Predictions
A draw is priced at attractive odds for the Premier League match between Crystal Palace v Spurs.
Tottenham find themselves, unexpectedly, top of the Premier League and many will now predict they will build on their 100% start to the season with a win at a fairly mediocre Crystal Palace in the early Saturday kick off.
However, our prediction is this will end in a score draw as Palace have drawn two of their games so far, including an impressive point away to West Ham before the international break.
Spurs haven’t managed to win in their last three trips to Selhurst Park, the last two ending 1-1.
Under 2.5 goals would also be a fair bet, given that has been the upshot in four of the last six meetings between these two.
Perhaps more pertinently regarding the odds of a low scoring match here, although Spurs are riding high, they have won all three of their league games this season 1-0. Harry Kane also looked a little rusty for England, though of course it’s the curse of the tipster that he will probably score a hattrick now!
EagleBet prediction: Draw
Premier League Odds with Neo.bet: 3.45
Odds under 2.5: 3.4
EagleBet Betting Tip: Bet on the draw
Arsenal v Norwich Betting Odds & Predictions
It might seem hyperbolic to describe a Premier League match so early in the season as “must win” Mikel Arteta to win at home against everyone’s favourites to be relegated Norwich would surely spell the end for the Spaniard’s difficult reign as manager.
But after Arsenal’s dismal start and (beyond the opening minutes) complete capitulation to Manchester City in their 5-0 defeat, no Gunners fan will be taking three points for granted.
As for Norwich, a reputation for not spending and accepting relegation to build again is not really backed up by the facts this summer. They have actually spent £50m (big money for them).
Last season the sporting director admitted he had sent manager Daniel Farke “to war without a gun” but this time Farke at least has a few bullets in the chamber, including Werder Bremen duo Milot Rashica and Josh Sargent along with Norway international midfielder Mathias Normann.
Add to this loan deals to bring in former Liverpool defender Ozan Kabak from Schalke (with a view to a permanent deal) as well as the highly promising Billy Gilbert from Chelsea.
But things still look tough for them this season, having lost to Liverpool and Manchester City with a combined goal difference of minus 8, and a 2-1 home defeat to Leicester, who themselves aren’t the power they were.
The away win is priced at odds of 6.2, which shows you just how unfancied Norwich are given it is away to Arsenal.
A draw is odds of 4.05.
A home win is odds of just 1.5, which we think is far too mean of the bookies given that Arsenal haven’t even managed to score in the league yet this season.
The only bet we could possibly think about in this one is, given the high number of goals both have conceded, over 2.5 goals – however that reflects more the poor defences of both teams than particularly potent attacks, so will these forward lines be able to score that many even when facing weaker defences?
EagleBet prediction: Home win
Premier League Odds with Neo.bet: 1.5
Odds of over 2.5 goals: 2.78
EagleBet Betting tip: save your money
Brentford v Brighton Predictions & Odds
As we predicted, Brentford have adapted well to Premier League life and their start of season odds on avoiding relegation always looked generous to us.
They looked good in their draw against Villa and Ivan Tooney is back in the goals. Their defence has been really impressive, conceding just three times.
As for Brighton, they enjoyed 66% possession against Everton and 14 shots but still ended up losing. They have injuries going into this game. They have suffered nine defeats in 18 Premier League matches, with just one victory on the road in that time.
Brentford average scoring just over a goal a game and conceding just under a goal a game; Brighton score a fairly impressive 1.43 goals a game but also concede 1.32 a game.
This is a very hard one to predict and could easily go any one of three ways. We are predicting a draw.
Neo.bet is offering exactly the same odds on a home and away win, which is pretty unusual: 2.68. Given that Brighton have won a few away league games we consider the home win odds more attractive, but the draw more attractive still.
The under 2.5 goals is something to consider given Brentford matches don’t see many goals at either end, but we are not attracted at those odds.
The draw is 3.1
EagleBet prediction: draw
Premier League odds with Neo.bet: 3.1 for the draw
Under 2.5 goals: 2.62
EagleBet betting tip: Bet on the draw
Leicester v Manchester City Betting Predictions
Leicester have won twice this season but Manchester City are in imperious form and we struggle to see anything bar an away win at odds of 1.58.
A home win is offered at whopping odds of 6.0 while the draw is around 4.5 with lots of bookmakers. As Leicester actually beat Manchester City in the Community Shield last month 1-0 you could say Leicester are under-priced. But we just can’t see a repeat, with City already having enjoyed two 5-0 victories this season including last time out at home to Arsenal.
Man City have won 12 of their last 14 away matches, an incredible record. Both teams are regular, consistent scorers – City brutally so, despite apparently not having a centre forward – but the over-goals market is not massively generous for this one.
EagleBet prediction: away win
Premier League odds with Neo.bet: 1.52
EagleBet’s betting tip: Not enough value in a bet
Southampton v West Ham Betting Predictions
The odds are lengthening for a home win and shortening for an away win on this one.
Southampton have conceded in five of their previous six matches, letting in 11 goals in the process.
They have also failed to beat the Hammers in the last seven league attempts and failed to win their last two home games.
West Ham have been good going forward but a bit leaky in defence. They are undefeated in their last four away games.
Southampton have three out for this match but West Ham have no fresh injury concerns.
Southampton haven’t failed to score yet this season but we think the Hammers will be too strong for them.
Indeed, the home team has scored in 10 of their last 12 home games and the away side has the same scoring ratio in their away games.
This leads us to our prediction of a 2-1 win to West Ham in this Premier League encounter.
Southampton are actually the favourites for this with Neo.bet at 2.32. They are also offering 3.35 on the draw.
However, West Ham look too good for us and showed last season what a classy Premier League team they are.
The over 2.5 goal market offers odds of just 2.74 so that wouldn’t be tempting enough for us to bet on.
EagleBet prediction: away win to West Ham
Premier League odds with Neo.bet: 2.32
EagleBet betting tip: Bet on West Ham to win away
Watford v Wolves Betting Predictions & Odds
Wolves are a hard team to place this season as under their new management they have struggled to match last season.
So far they have endured three 1-0 defeats, though they deserved better against Manchester United last time.
Watford have performed better than they probably would have dared hope, sitting mid-table in the Premier League with wins against Aston Villa and Crystal Palace to their name.
A 1-0 defeat to Spurs last time was no disgrace.
Watford are a fairly long 3.35 for the home win with Neo.bet and 3.05 for the draw with Wolves as an away win 2.24.
Last season you would have taken Wolves at odds of 2.24 all day long in such a match but we think the Premier League odds of 3.05 that NeoBet are offering for the draw are quite tempting.
We are also really tempted by the under 1.5 goal market which looks generous to us at odds of 2.84. Wolves have failed to score in 5 of their last 6 league matches and there have been under 1.5 goals in their last three matches.
Other than the opening day, Wolves haven’t managed to score more than one goal this season.
Eaglebet prediction: Draw
Premier League odds with Neo.bet: 3.05
Odds on under 1.5 goals: 2.84
EagleBet betting tip: Bet on the draw with decent odds although the other results would not be a shock. The under goals market looks tasty at those odds.
Chelsea v Aston Villa Betting Odds
Chelsea are in swashbuckling form and we can only see a home win, which has to be our Premier League prediction.
However at odds of just 1.28 we are not betting on this.
Do consider the over goals market.
Chelsea haven’t quite destroyed a team like we think they can yet and though Villa have been doing fine, we just fear they might be in the wrong place at the wrong time.
You can get Premier League odds of 3.0 for over 3.5 goals with Neo.bet – clearly the bar is high for that many goals, but Villa have also scored in 12 of their last 13 Premier League matches so they could be capable of contributing one goal to the total.
EagleBet prediction: Home win
Premier League odds with Neo.bet: 1.28
Odds on over 3.5 goals with Neo.bet: 3.0
EagleBet tip: Ignore the home win and bet on the over goals
Premier League Sunday 12th September Matches
Leeds v Liverpool Predictions
Liverpool are strongly fancied for the away win by NeoBet with Premier League odds of 1.62 while a home win is ranked as high as 4.75, with the draw 3.95.
Liverpool have looked in commanding form this season although their failure to beat 10-man Chelsea will be a concern for Jurgen Klopp.
They also failed to strengthen in the transfer market, which as EagleBet has suggested, could harm their odds in the Premier League title race.
However, they should have too much for Leeds, who lost 5-1 away to Manchester United, who are arguably on a similar level to Liverpool. They drew against Burnley (away) and Everton (home).
Liverpool has won 7 of its last away matches – the kind of record to get Leeds nervous.
EagleBet prediction: away win
Premier League Odds with Neo.bet: 1.62
EagleBet betting tip: there are better bets out there this weekend
Everton v Burnley Betting Odds
As EagleBet predicted, Everton are doing well under Rafa Benitez with two wins propelling them to 6th place, despite spending peanuts in the transfer window.
They should be too strong for Burnley, who are struggling this season, again as we predicted.
If you fancy Burnley they are 5.05 away and 3.45 the draw but despite having an excellent manager who knows how to survive in this division, we wouldn’t take either of those bets in the Monday game.
EagleBet prediction: home win
Premier League Odds with Neo.bet: 1.72
EagleBet Betting tip: we are confident about Everton, but worth the risk at those odds?
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