Where Is The Betting Value In The Premier League This Weekend?

We've put together some stats to offer some insight into Premier League betting this weekend
13:00, 05 May 2023

Another exciting weekend of Premier League football lies in store this weekend and it can shake up the dynamic of the standings at the top and bottom of the table.

To help you prepare for the top-flight action coming your way, we have put together some stats to show you where the best value is for betting this weekend.

Bournemouth v Chelsea

When: Saturday 6 May

Where: Vitality Stadium 

Kick-off: 3pm

Betfred match odds: Bournemouth 5/2, Chelsea 21/20, Draw 5/2

Bournemouth have won six out of their last nine Premier League matches, more than they had in their first 25 matches this season (five). They are looking to win three games on the bounce in the top flight since a run of four victories between May and August 2018.

Bournemouth and BTTS is 5/1

Manchester City v Leeds United 

When: Saturday 6 May

Where: Etihad Stadium

TV: Sky Sports Main Event/Sky Sports Premier League

Kick-off: 3pm

Betfred match odds: Manchester City 1/7, Leeds United 14/1, Draw 7/1

Sam Allardyce takes charge of his first Leeds United game and has his work cut out for him to secure the Whites’ leaky defence. City won this fixture 7-0 in 2021-22 and Leeds have conceded 67 goals in the league already this term.

Over 4.5 Man City goals is 7/2

Tottenham Hotspur v Crystal Palace

When: Saturday 6 May

Where: Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

Kick-off: 3pm

Betfred match odds: Tottenham Hotspur 4/5, Crystal Palace 3/1, Draw 3/1

Tottenham Hotspur head into this fixture having won just one of their last five Premier League games while Palace have won three out of their last six under Roy Hodgson, scoring 13. Both teams have scored in Spurs’ last eight matches and the last five have involved three or more goals.

Over 1.5 Crystal Palace goals is 2/1

Wolverhampton Wanderers v Aston Villa

When: Saturday 6 May

Where: Molineux 

Kick-off: 3pm

Betfred match odds: Wolves 15/8, Aston Villa 6/4, Draw 9/4

Wolves are unbeaten in their last four meetings with Aston Villa (W2 D2), last having a longer run without defeat against them between April 1957 and August 1961 (eight games)

Wolves or draw is 8/15

Liverpool v Brentford 

When: Saturday 6 May

Where: Anfield

Kick-off: 5:30pm

TV: Sky Sports Main Event/Sky Sports Premier League

Betfred match odds: Liverpool 4/9, Brentford 5/1, Draw 4/1

Liverpool are on a run of five straight wins in the league and to put pressure on Manchester United and Newcastle in the race for the top four. Mohamed Salah has scored five times in this run and Trent Alexander-Arnold has provided five assists.

Salah to score and Alexander-Arnold to provide an assist is 4/1

Newcastle United v Arsenal

When: Sunday 7 May 

Where: St James’ Park

Kick-off: 4:30pm

TV: Sky Sports Main Event/Sky Sports Premier League

Betfred match odds: Newcastle 7/5, Arsenal 13/8, Draw 11/4

Newcastle’s Callum Wilson set a Premier League record for most goals scored in a calendar month (eight) in April. The striker has scored five goals in his last three outings.

Callum Wilson to score anytime is 5/4

West Ham United v Manchester United 

When: Sunday 7 May

Where: London Stadium

Kick-off: 7pm

TV: BT Sport 1

Betfred match odds: West Ham 9/4, Man United 11/10, Draw 13/5

West Ham United are winless in their last six meetings with Manchester United, losing the last five. 

Man United and BTTS is 13/5

Fulham v Leicester City

When: Monday 8 May

Where: Craven Cottage

Kick-off: 3pm

Betfred match odds: Fulham 8/5, Leicester City 8/5, Draw 12/5

After winning 1-0 at the King Power Stadium earlier in the season, Fulham are looking to complete the Premier League double over Leicester for the second time, first doing so in 2003-04.

Leicester, on the other hand, won 2-0 on their last visit to Fulham back in February 2021. They’ve never won on consecutive trips to Craven Cottage.

Over 1.5 Leicester goals is 5/4

Brighton & Hove Albion v Everton

When: Monday 8 May

Where: Amex Stadium

Kick-off: 5:30pm 

TV: BT Sport 1

Betfred match odds: Brighton 1/3, Everton 15/2, Draw 4/1

Brighton fired four past Everton in the reverse fixture at Goodison Park earlier in the campaign, winning 4-1. Evan Ferguson, Kaoru Mitoma, Solly March and Pascal Groß were all on the scoresheet in that fixture.

Kaoru Mitoma to score first is 9/2

Nottingham Forest v Southampton 

When: Monday 8 May

Where: City Ground

Kick-off: 8pm

TV: Sky Sports Main Event/Sky Sports Premier League

Betfred match odds: Nottingham Forest 21/20, Southampton 13/5, Draw 12/5

Forest won the reverse fixture 1-0 back in January through Taiwo Awoniyi. Morgan Gibbs-White has been involved in 13 goals for the Tricky Trees this term with four goals and nine assists.

Morgan Gibbs-White to score or assist is 11/8

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