Premier League Betting Tips: All The Odds Ahead Of The Weekend's Action

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08:00, 03 Mar 2023

We’ve got another busy weekend of Premier League action coming up and to get ready for it, we’ve put together this stat pack to help you pick out the best bets over the next few days. 

Manchester City vs Newcastle United

Date: Saturday 4th March

Kick-Off: 12.30pm

Venue: Etihad Stadium

TV: BT Sport

Manchester City (4/9) have won their last 13 home Premier League matches against Newcastle United (6/1), and 14 of their 16 league games at the Etihad this season. However, the Magpies are on a run of eight away PL games without defeat, drawing their last three, and are looking to avoid defeat against City in both meetings in a season for the first time since 2004/05. The draw can be backed at 18/5 with Betfred. 

Expect goals because five of the last six meetings between these two sides have resulted in over 3.5 goals at least. In fact, two of those have gone over 5.5 goals and two more have gone over 4.5. 

Manchester City win and both teams to score - 15/8

Arsenal vs AFC Bournemouth

Date: Saturday 4th March

Kick-Off: 3pm

Venue: Emirates Stadium

The stats behind the upcoming battle between league leaders Arsenal and second bottom Bournemouth will make for grim reading for Cherries fans. The Gunners have won all six of their home matches against Bournemouth by an aggregate score of 17-2, and are yet to fail to score against them in the league. Bournemouth have also lost all eight of their Premier League games against sides at the top of the table. 

Arsenal -3 handicap - 4/1

Aston Villa vs Crystal Palace

Date: Saturday 4th March

Kick-Off: 3pm

Venue: Villa Park

Since Unai Emery took charge of Aston Villa, they have scored in all eleven Premier League matches that the Spaniard has been in charge of, having failed to score in six of their previous 13 before his arrival. Palace are on the longest winless run in the league, but they are experts in drawing with five of their last six games finishing even. Should the Eagles win, it will be just the second time in PL history that they have done the double over the Villains. 

Both teams to score - 10/11

Brighton & Hove Albion vs West Ham United

Date: Saturday 4th March

Kick-Off: 3pm

Venue: Amex Stadium

Brighton (4/5) are something of a bogey club for West Ham (10/3), with the Seagulls undefeated in their eleven meetings with the East Londoners. The Hammers are yet to keep a clean sheet in those eleven games, however they have only failed to score in one of their five visits to the Amex, making both teams to score a decent shout. 

Brighton to win and both teams to score - 11/4

Chelsea vs Leeds United

Date: Saturday 4th March

Kick-Off: 3pm

Venue: Stamford Bridge

Chelsea (8/13) haven’t lost to Leeds (4/1) at Stamford Bridge since 1999, and have won their last five meetings between these two sides on home soil. However, this isn’t your usual Chelsea side and the Blues are in terrible form, winning just two of their last 15. It’s their worst run over that period of games since the 1994/95 season. The Blues haven’t scored more than once in their last nine PL games. 

Chelsea and Leeds to draw - 3/1

Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Tottenham Hotspur

Date: Saturday 4th March

Kick-Off: 3pm

Venue: Molineux

Wolves (11/5) are winless in their last six home matches with Spurs (5/4), a run that stretches back to 2010. Harry Kane scored the only goal at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium earlier this season and the in-form marksman, currently second in the top scorer charts, has three goals in his last five PL appearances.

Tottenham Hotspur win - 5/4

Southampton vs Leicester City

Date: Saturday 4th March

Kick-Off: 5.30pm

Venue: St Mary’s 

TV: Sky Sports

Southampton (13/8) can complete a league double over Leicester (13/8) for the time since the two clubs were in the Championship in 2007/08. However, Leicester are unbeaten in their last five trips to St Mary’s, winning three and scoring 18 times. Rock bottom Saints have lost their last five on the trot at home and defeat against the Foxes would be the first time they’ve lost six. Both teams have scored in the last four contests between these sides. 

Leicester City and both teams to score - 4/1

Nottingham Forest vs Everton 

Date: Sunday 5th March

Kick-Off: 2pm

Venue: City Ground

TV: Sky Sports

Steve Cooper’s Nottingham Forest have picked up their form massively in recent weeks and are unbeaten in their last eight home games in the Premier League, with only Man United on a longer run. Everton meanwhile are winless in their last eight PL encounters with promoted sides but have kept a clean sheet in six of their past 11 meetings with Forest in the top-flight. 

Second half highest scoring - 6/5

Liverpool vs Manchester United

Date: Sunday 5th March

Kick-Off: 4.30pm

Venue: Anfield

TV: Sky Sports

Liverpool secured a 2-0 win over Wolves as they continue their push for the European places, but Man Utd are on hot form. Having ended their trophy drought against Newcastle at Wembley, the Carabao Cup winners will be looking to get one over on their old rivals and keep their title hopes alive. The home side haven’t conceded a league goal in the last four matches, while United are unbeaten since January 22. 

Manchester United to win - 7/4

Brentford vs Fulham

Date: Monday 6th March

Kick-Off: 8pm

Venue: Brentford Community Stadium

TV: Sky Sports

Monday Night Football sees Brentford host Fulham in an all London affair. The Bees remarkably haven’t lost in the Premier League since a 4-0 defeat on October 23 to Aston Villa, a run that has now stretched to 11 matches. They’ve drawn their last two 1-1, while Fulham have put together a seven-game unbeaten run of their own. This one should be close. 

Draw - 5/2

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