Premier League Predictions - Week Eleven

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Written 30th October 2019

Football Betting Tips: Premier League Predictions

Have you missed us? Yes, your usual writers are back and we won’t be backing any 63/1 shouts this time around. Now, if you missed last week, our usual writers were away and JG who was standing in for MG won 3-1 to mean that the scores are currently 4-3-3 in favour of TM. Now, with there being three draws in the first ten fixtures we’ve decided that any upcoming draws will be decided on the basis of highest payouts which means we’re constantly looking out to give you the highest-paying and our best betting tips. So without further ado, let’s get into this weeks action with AFC Bournemouth Vs Manchester United.

AFC Bournemouth Vs Manchester United - Saturday 2nd November (12:30)


At 15:20 on Sunday, Manchester United were in 16th place and closer to bottom-placed Watford than fifth-placed Arsenal. However, their impressive 3-1 victory at Carrow Road has boosted them to 7th, which looks a lot better if you’re Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Meanwhile, Bournemouth are without a goal in three and without a win since September 20th.

MG’s Prediction

Manchester United’s success is fairly similar to the greatest casino and by that I mean they can only be found online. After back-to-back away wins they’ll be on a high. However, I’m going to start off hot with a 13/1 and I’ll be betting that Manchester United will be leading at Half Time but be forced to settle for a draw at the full-time whistle.

HalfTime/FullTime = 2/X (13/1)

TM‘s Prediction

Bournemouth continues to struggle for goals, but eventually, the likes of King, Wilson, and Fraser will deliver. Manchester United may well have won 3-1 at Norwich, but when you factor in that Aston Villa won 5-1 at Carrow Road, it doesn’t necessarily count for anything. Bournemouth to win here.

Bournemouth to Win (9/4)

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Arsenal Vs Wolverhampton Wanderers - Saturday 2nd November (15:00)


Wolves are unbeaten in their last eight games in all competitions. However, they’ve had four draws in that time. Meanwhile, Arsenal have made a habit of letting themselves down recently in defence but are unbeaten at the Emirates this season. Henrikh Mkhitaryan scored late on to secure a draw for Arsenal in this fixture last season and both teams scored in both games meaning that we can expect the same to happen again.

TM‘s Prediction

You’d think Arsenal would win this one on paper, but you’d have probably said that ahead of their matches against Sheffield United and Crystal Palace, both of which they drew. Wolves haven’t lost in five Premier League matches, and we all know they’re capable of frustrating the big teams. Another Arsenal draw, in my opinion.

Draw (14/5)

MG’s Prediction

I’ve heard a fair few people say Arsenal would finish top four this season and to those people, I laughed. Arsenal are an incredible club but they are far too dysfunctional to finish in a Champions League spot. Meanwhile, Wolves will be far better suited to this game than the one against Newcastle on Sunday. Therefore, a score draw is on the agenda.

Draw with Goals (3/1)

Aston Villa Vs Liverpool - Saturday 2nd November (15:00)


Outside of the top five, only Tottenham have scored more goals than Aston Villa so far this season. However, outside of the bottom three, no side has conceded more goals than Villa so far, they face an unbeaten Liverpool side who have won all six games against newly-promoted sides last season.

MG’s Prediction

Last season, Liverpool won five out of their six games against newly-promoted sides by scoring two goals. They’ve won 4-1 and 0-1 against those sides this season, so I’m going to base my predictions around that and say...

Liverpool to win by 2 goals (3/1)

TM‘s Prediction

If this were at Anfield I’d say Aston Villa would set up defensively, but with nothing to lose, and roared on by a crowd that will be pleased with how the team have adapted to the Premier League, I think Villa will be a bit more attacking. Against an exciting Liverpool side though, it could spell disaster.

Over 3.5 Goals (27/20)

Brighton & Hove Albion Vs Norwich City - Saturday 2nd November (15:00)


Norwich have been on a slippery slope since their 3-2 victory over Manchester City on September 14, which is their only win in nine games across all competitions. Meanwhile, Brighton have won 2 from three and have brushed away from the defensive style that kept them in the league last season.

TM‘s Prediction

Teemu Pukki and the rest of the Norwich City team have largely fallen flat in recent weeks, but you just have a feeling they’ll come good again. Brighton have looked confident at home, but I can see them suffering from overconfidence, and slipping to defeat in this match.

Norwich to Win (33/10)

MG’s Prediction

It’s very rare that I hype up players, especially those that have played just seven professional games in their career but with Norwich’s defence and the way Brighton play, there will be goals and I think Norwich need a result more than Burnley, so I’m going to go for a correct scoreline here.

Final Score 2-2 (12/1)

Manchester City Vs Southampton - Saturday 2nd November (15:00)


When these two sides met in the Carabao Cup, there was a reaction from Southampton who had a game plan and can tweak that game plan ahead of the weekend fixture. That being said, they’ll face a much stronger Manchester City side and it is expected that most Saints fans will be content with a half-decent performance.

MG’s Prediction

Their mid-week tie spoke volumes about this weekends fixture. Southampton will defend and City will have absolutely no problems breaking them down. City will score early and I think they might be out of sight by the end of the first half. I was tempted to go for three goals in the first half but I'll settle for two.

City to score twice in the first half (23/10)

TM‘s Prediction

If Leicester can score nine against Southampton, then Manchester City could break the Premier League record. I’ll be a bit more reserved than that though, as Southampton are likely to respond by keeping most of their players behind the ball for the duration of the match. Even so, City will have plenty of chances.

Over 4.5 Goals (29/20)

Sheffield United Vs Burnley - Saturday 2nd November (15:00)


A stat we weren’t expecting at this stage of the season is that no Premier League side has conceded fewer goals than Sheffield United and with Burnley without an away win this season, they’ll be hoping for another three points which could take them as high as 5th.

TM‘s Prediction

Burnley have been back to their best this season, with an ability to employ a variety of tactics, as well as having the nous to close a result down. That said, Sheffield United have also looked very good, but while I want to back the Blades to win, I’ll settle for a draw.

Draw (9/4)

MG’s Prediction

This isn’t exactly a tie that screams goals galore and I think this tie will finish either 1-0 to either side or as a draw. So I’m thinking that backing under 1.5 goals at 9/5 might be a bit of a steal.

Under 1.5 Goals- (9/5)

West Ham United Vs Newcastle United - Saturday 2nd November (15:00)


West Ham did the double over Newcastle last season as the Magpies failed to score in either game, now there’s been big changes across the board at Newcastle who have put in semi-decent performances in against Manchester United, Chelsea and Wolves in their last three games and West Ham are without a win in four. So this could go either way.

MG’s Prediction

Having watched Newcastle a fair bit recently, I think it’s safe to say this won’t be a very good game but West Ham should win here and I think they’ll keep a clean sheet and win 2-0 but I’ll go for a safe bet here.

West Ham to win to zero (11/5)

TM‘s Prediction

These are possibly the most unpredictable sides in the Premier League at the moment. Newcastle have been able to grind out points at home, but on the road they’ve been unspectacular. West Ham have also been all over the place since beating Manchester United. Newcastle have been clumsy defensively, may well give away a penalty, and Mr. West Ham will convert if so.

Mark Noble to Score Anytime (15/4)

Watford Vs Chelsea - Saturday 2nd November (17:30)


At the start of the season, both these sides were expected to struggle against expectations. However, Chelsea have shone while even the most un-optimistic Watford fan wouldn’t have imagined they’d be without a win in 10 games. If Watford try and match Chelsea, they may have a chance but if they play negatively, this game could finish any scoreline.

TM‘s Prediction

Watford have looked alright in their last three games, securing three draws. That’s largely down to Quique Sanchez Flores’ decision to play five at the back. I can see that system frustrating Chelsea, in spite of the fact they’ve scored 13 goals across their last three away games in the league.

Under 2.5 Goals (13/10)

MG’s Prediction

Have the first two manager sackings in a season ever come from the same side? Because I can seriously see that happening at Watford

Two or more goals to be scored in 2nd half (33/20)

Crystal Palace Vs Leicester City - Sunday 3rd November (14:00)


If there were betting markets on Leicester and Crystal Palace being in the top six after ten games, the odds would be unimaginably high, maybe not Leicester winning the Premier League high but maybe Oxford United to win the League Cup high. Palace did the double over Leicester City last season, however, both games were Roy Hodgson Vs Claude Puel in the dugout.

MG’s Prediction

I think this will be a tight game, to begin with, and that the first goal will likely come from a set-piece, Crystal Palace will likely try and defend against a very strong Leicester side. However, if there is an area which Palace have the edge, it’s probably in the air.

First Goal Method - Header (15/4)

TM‘s Prediction

Crystal Palace have been resilient in their last few games, particularly in coming from behind to earn three points against West Ham, and a point at Arsenal. Leicester will be brimming with confidence though, with just one defeat in their last five. I think they’ll win at Selhurst Park as well.

Leicester to Win (23/20)

Everton Vs Tottenham Hotspur - Sunday 3rd November (16:30)


You’ll struggle to find two managers under more pressure than Marco Silva and Mauricio Pochettino. Spurs are closer to the bottom three than the top four and Everton well, defeat here could put them in the bottom three if results go against them. One of these managers could well be out of a job this time next week.

TM‘s Prediction

Ah, the P45 derby. I personally love a sack race, in the managerial sense of the phrase, and if either manager were to lose here they would certainly run the risk of being unemployed shortly after. I think both Silva and Pochettino will be given a brief reprieve though, as this one ends level.

Draw (49/20)

MG’s Prediction

Everton scored two in both games against Spurs last season. However, Spurs won one of those games 6-2 and the other finished 2-2. I’m actually really stumped on what I’m expecting here. So, again I’m playing it safe.

Harry Kane to score anytime (11/10)

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