Premier League Betting Tips: Can Liverpool Find More Goals At Bournemouth?

We've got a stat pack for you to pick your weekend bets
07:00, 10 Mar 2023

After a week of enthralling European action, the Premier League returns this weekend. We’ve got some sizzling games to look forward to and here’s some stats to help you find the value in the betting market. 

Bournemouth v Liverpool

When: Saturday 11th March

Kick-Off: 12.30pm

Where: Vitality Stadium

TV: BT Sport 1

Remember the 9-0 at Anfield earlier in the season? This is the reverse fixture and Liverpool have never scored more than 11 goals against one opponent in the Premier League (Ipswich Town in 2001/02). After their hammering of Manchester United, Klopp will be desperate for more goals, while Bournemouth have won just one in 11 meetings with the Reds. Their last seven meetings have an aggregate scoreline of 28-1. Ouch. 

Liverpool to score over 2.5 goals - 6/4


Leeds United v Brighton and Hove Albion

When: Saturday 11th March

Kick-Off: 3pm

Where: Elland Road

Brighton are unbeaten in all five Premier League meetings with Leeds, and in those meetings they’ve kept four clean sheets and conceded just once. Leeds haven’t beaten Brighton since a 2-0 home win in the Championship back in 2017 and have won just one of their last 12 Premier League matches. 

Only Brighton to score - 12/5

Everton v Brentford

When: Saturday 11th March

Kick-Off: 3pm

Where: Goodison Park

Brentford are unbeaten in three Premier League games against Everton and have only won more points against West Ham than the Toffees. They won this fixture 3-2 last term and are unbeaten in their last five away league matches. However three of the four wins Everton have recorded this season have come against London clubs. 

Brentford to win - 7/4

Leicester City v Chelsea

When: Saturday 11th March

Kick-Off: 3pm

Where: King Power Stadium

Following their 2-1 win at Stamford Bridge, Chelsea are looking to record their first league double over the Foxes since 2016/17. Leicester have won one of their last six home games against the Blues but Chelsea are without an away win in ten games in all competitions. The victory over Borussia Dortmund should boost them however. 

Chelsea win and over 1.5 goals - 6/4

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Tottenham Hotspur v Nottingham Forest 

When: Saturday 11th March

Kick-Off: 3pm

Where: Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

Spurs exited the Champions League in midweek and now it looks as if Antonio Conte will leave this summer. All is not well in this part of north London and there is no recent history between the two teams, with Forest’s last visit coming in 1998. They lost that one 2-0, and are on a run of three straight defeats against Spurs. This feels different though. 

Draw or Nottingham Forest - 9/5

Crystal Palace v Manchester City

When: Saturday 11th March

Kick-Off: 5.30pm

Where: Selhurst Park

TV: Sky Sports Main Event

Crystal Palace haven’t won in their last seven home games against Manchester City and they’ve failed to score in five of those seven matches. Meanwhile every one of City’s last nine goals against Palace have come in the second half. They need a win to keep the pressure on Arsenal. 

Half time draw, full time Man City - 11/4

Manchester United v Southampton 

When: Sunday 12th March

Kick-Off: 2pm

Where: Old Trafford

Manchester United will be reeling from their 7-0 hammering at Anfield and they’ll want a big reaction here. Southampton are winless in their last 14 meetings with Man Utd and given their form this term, could be on the end of a hammering. 

Man Utd to win both halves - 15/8 

Manchester United v Southampton odds*

West Ham United v Aston Villa

When: Sunday 12th March

Kick-Off: 2pm

Where: London Stadium

West Ham have won their last five consecutive matches against Aston Villa, their second best run against one team in Premier League history. Villa are winless in nine against the Hammers but they have won their last two matches, with two clean sheets to boot. 

Aston Villa -1 handicap - 13/2

Fulham v Arsenal 

When: Sunday 12th March

Kick-Off: 2pm

Where: Craven Cottage

TV: Sky Sports Main Event

Fulham are winless in their last nine Premier League meetings with Arsenal (D2, L7). Meanwhile, Arsenal boast a 71% win rate over Fulham, their highest of any opponent they have faced on more than 20 occasions. The Gunners have flourished in London this term, winning four away matches in the capital with an aggregate score of 8-0.

Gabriel Martinelli to score anytime - 6/4

Newcastle United v Wolverhampton Wanderers 

When: Sunday 12th March

Kick-Off: 4.30pm

Where: St James’ Park 

TV: Sky Sports Main Event

Since their return to the Premier League, Wolves have conceded just once in nine meetings with Newcastle. The Magpies haven’t scored in their last three games in all competitions, including the Carabao Cup final. 

Under 1.5 goals - 9/4

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