Football Betting Tips
Written 8th November 2019
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Premier League Predictions - Week 12
When it came to Premier League Betting in Week Eleven there were certainly some surprising results, like Southampton and Aston Villa who were left to late heartbreak by Manchester City and Liverpool but Newcastle were arguably the surprise package, scoring more than one goal for the first time this season in a 3-2 victory at the London Stadium against West Ham.
However, it also saw TM pick up a crucial 4-2 win in order to lead the series 5-3-3. If you followed last weeks betting tips let us know your tips for this weekend's action! Without further ado, let’s get straight into this week’s predictions starting with Friday Night Football and Norwich City Vs Watford.
Norwich City Vs Watford - Friday 8th November (19:45)
Two of the Premier League’s out of form sides go head-to-head as Watford take on Norwich. Both sides have scored just two goals in their last six games with Norwich picking up just one point and Watford three, via three draws. Can either of these sides pick up a win here with Watford yet to win this season and Norwich without a win since their 3-2 win over Manchester City in September?
I’m going to start off by apologising because if you follow my bets because of the high stakes, that’s not going to be the case this week. Anyway, you really wouldn’t be shocked to see both of these sides relegated this season and because they’ve both been poor recently this is incredibly tough to call. The temptation is to go for Norwich to win at 17/10 but I need a win this week and both sides are dismal in-front of goal. Therefore…
Carrow road has seen some incredible highs (Norwich 3-1 Man City) as well as some incredible lows (Norwich 1-5 Aston Villa), so it’s incredibly difficult to know what you’re going to witness. I maintain that Teemu Pukki will hit form again, and fancy him to score in this one.
Chelsea Vs Crystal Palace - Saturday 9th November (12:30)
Few teams have performed better away from home this season than Crystal Palace, they’ve won every other away game this season and after drawing their last one they’ll have to win to keep that record up here. Chelsea have only won 2 of their 5 home games this season, but have picked up 5 wins from 5 in all competitions.
The early game on a Saturday often seems to produce a surprising result, so with that in mind I think the energetic Crystal Palace team will come away from Stamford Bridge with a point.
I think both these sides will score here but as that’s below evens, I can’t really pick a correct score so I’m going to go with a number of scores.
Burnley Vs West Ham United - Saturday 9th November (15:00)
Speaking of sides who are badly out of form takes us to this fixture between Burnley and West Ham United. The Hammers are without a win in five and Burnley have lost their last three, one of these stats will change this weekend but which one is it going to be?
Despite being absolutely dreadful in the first half against Newcastle, West Ham have a decent away record in the Premier League. I think Burnley will score a couple here but I think West Ham might get something, I’d back that they’ll have their goals split out across both halves.
It’s very tempting to go for a draw in this match, as both sides have weaknesses, and only a single point separates them in the lower mid-table positions. Home advantage can count for a lot though, so I think Burnley might just edge this.
Newcastle United Vs AFC Bournemouth - Saturday 9th November (15:00)
Both these sides picked up very good victories last time out. However, two wins from their last four will give Steve Bruce hope that Newcastle can push on and put their early relegation form behind them. Meanwhile, a win for Bournemouth could move them fifth. A lot to play for at an early stage for these two sides.
Bournemouth finally found a goal for the first time in almost six hours of Premier League football against Manchester United, and I can imagine the floodgates opening against Newcastle. They have the tactical nous to hit the opposition hard, and I fancy this to be a walk in the park. St James’ Park, to be precise.
I gave West Ham stick earlier for their loss to Newcastle but in the first half, the Magpies were electric. I think it’ll be back to business as usual for Newcastle in a tight affair against the Cherries.
Southampton Vs Everton - Saturday 9th November (15:00)
Another tie between two sides considerably out of form sees Marco Silva’s Everton head to St Mary’s. These sides have picked up five points between them in their last six games and neither of which average more than a goal a game. Both Marco Silva and Ralph Hasenhuttl are the bookies favourites to be sacked next, we’re expecting that to happen sooner rather than later.
Now, this is the ‘Sack race’ P45 derby as TM called Everton Vs Spurs last week. Unfortunately, the result in that fixture led him to win the round. So I’m hoping for similar luck here.
If both sides could lose, I’d back that, but there’s just something about Everton that makes me feel they could edge this one. Even though they haven’t won on the road this season - in fact they’ve picked up one point from 5 away games - Southampton have only avoided defeat on one occasion at St Mary’s so far.
Tottenham Hotspur Vs Sheffield United - Saturday 9th November (15:00)
If you said one of these sides was 11th and another was 6th after 11 games, we’d believe you but we’re not sure we’d expect it to be the Blades who are 6th. Chris Wilder’s side have the strongest defensive record in the division while Spurs are without a win in four.
Tottenham haven’t been great by any stretch of the imagination, and there’s only so long they can find excuses. I think Sheffield United will win here; they’re high on confidence, they have superb tactics, and they’ve got nothing to lose in the capital.
I think Spurs will win this but I can’t see them out playing the Blades, who are unbeaten on the road this season. I think a draw at 3/1 demonstrates real value but I’m going to go for Spurs to win by a singular goal.
Leicester City Vs Arsenal - Saturday 9th November (17:30)
By all regards, this should be a fantastic game with Leicester being one of the top teams in the league this season and Arsenal being one of the most end-to-end sides in the league. Leicester have won all their home games since the first game of the season when they drew with Wolves. Meanwhile, the Gunners are without a win in their last four away from home.
Only one team wins this for me, Arsenal are very average and are in a dreadful run of form. Meanwhile, Leicester are electric and should win comfortably in my opinion, unless Pierre Emerick Aubameyang has something to say about it.
I’d have also gone for Leicester to win, but I suppose I’ll have to get a little bit more specific than that. Arsenal have good players, and will get a goal, but Leicester are on fire and fear no-one.
Manchester United Vs Brighton & Hove Albion - Sunday 10th November (14:00)
Manchester United come into this game with just one win from their last six games. Meanwhile, Brighton have won three of their last four with their only defeat in that time coming against Aston Villa who scored in the 94th minute to beat 10-man Brighton. However, United will be positive about their chances as Brighton are without a win in their last four away games.
Manchester United are pretty desperate for a win, that much is clear. The fans are becoming impatient, the gap between them and the European qualification places is growing, and Ole’s clinging onto the wheel by his fingernails. That said, it would be classic Manchester United to get a win in these circumstances.
With Anthony Martial returning to the United side, they’ll definitely improve. However, I still can’t see them picking up too many points and major changes are needed, as those changes won’t come anytime soon, I’m going for:
Wolves Vs Aston Villa - Sunday 10th November (14:00)
Wolves are difficult to beat this season and are unbeaten since their 2-5 demolition from Chelsea in September. Meanwhile, Villa were unlucky to come away from their tie against Liverpool without a point, there will be a little bit extra to this match because of the geographical location of the two sides, so we’ll definitely be watching this match to see it unfolds.
I can’t see Wolves losing this one if I’m honest. They’re difficult to beat and their Europa League fixture this week won’t have taken too much out of them. If Villa are energetic and take the game to Wolves early on, I can see them getting something out of the tie but I think this will definitely be a low scoring affair.
Something in my head is saying this will be a 2-2 draw, which would give you odds of 12/1, but I’m going with a slightly more reasoned bet that there will be at least four goals.
Liverpool Vs Manchester City - Sunday 10th November (16:30)
The game of the week no matter what country you’re in is Liverpool Vs Manchester City on Sunday afternoon. If Liverpool win, they’ll be at least eight points ahead of second-place and nine ahead of Manchester City. Which we think would effectively end this seasons title race. However, City were the only side Liverpool failed to beat in the league last season.
Liverpool have looked exceptional, while Manchester City have looked great, so this is certainly going to be an entertaining game. My head says Liverpool will win, but my heart says City will blow the title race open again, so which do I listen to…?
Manchester City can’t afford a loss here but I don’t think they’ve got half the swagger that they had last season, despite the likes of Kevin De Bruyne actually being fit this season. This fixture ended in a scoreless draw last season and I’m predicting another draw this time around.
|Fixture||MG’s Bet||TM‘s Bet|
|Norwich Vs Watford||Under 2.5 Goals - 13/10||Teemu Pukki to Score - 20/21|
|Chelsea Vs Crystal Palace||Chelsea to win 2-1, 3-1 OR 4-1 - 9/5||Draw - 17/4|
|Burnley Vs West Ham||Burnley to score in both halves - 21/10||Burnley to Win - 13/10|
|Newcastle Vs Bournemouth||Draw - 11/5||Bournemouth over 2.5 Goals - 5/1|
|Southampton Vs Everton||1 Goal in the First Half - 6/5||Everton to Win - 29/20|
|Spurs Vs Sheffield United||Spurs to win by 1 goal - 12/5||Sheffield United to Win - 5/1|
|Leicester Vs Arsenal||Leicester to win - 21/20||Leicester to Win and BTTS - 9/4|
|Man United Vs Brighton||Draw or Brighton Win - 13/10||Manchester United to Win & Over 2.5 Goals - 8/5|
|Wolves Vs Aston Villa||1 Goal in the first half - 6/5||Over 3.5 Goals - 9/4|
|Liverpool Vs Man City||Draw - 53/20||Manchester City to Win - 8/5|
All odds correct at time of writing
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