Premier League Football Betting Tips – 17th, 18th and 19th October 2015

Earlier on Sunday, Everton host Liverpool and it’s a surprise that the Toffees are available at such a big price to win against a Reds team who look defensively shaky after conceding three at Old Trafford and another two against Aston Villa.

Saturday’s games see Crystal Palace try and break down an obstinate West Brom side, with Chelsea then hoping to get their Premier League campaign back on track against a dangerous Southampton team.

  • Tottenham to beat Liverpool – 6/4 with Paddy Power
  • Tottenham to beat Liverpool – 7/1 with Betfair
  • Liverpool to beat Tottenham 9/1 with Betfair
  • Free bet if Liverpool Wins with Sportingbet
  • Tottenham and Liverpool both score 7/1 with Coral 

 

  • Watford v Arsenal Under 2.5 Goals – 6/5 with Coral
  • Arsenal to win 4/1 with Betfair

 

  • Newcastle v Norwich BTTS – 8/11 with Coral
  • Newcastle to win 9/1 with Paddy Power
  • Norwich  to win 10/1 with Paddy Power

 

  • Swansea v Stoke Under 2.5 Goals 4/6 with Sky Bet
  • Swansea to win 7/1 with Paddy Power

Other Offers

  • Free bet if both teams score with Ladbrokes
  • ACCA  Chelsea, Arsenal, Man Utd & Man City 22/1 with Paddy Power
  • Free bet if Sunderland win Sportingbet
  • Man Utd to win 6/1 with Betfair 
  • Man City to win 3/1 with Betfair and 6/1  with Coral 

Tottenham v Liverpool, Saturday 12.45pm

Liverpool have a new manager although Rome wasn’t built in a day and Spurs look the value to claim victory over their top four rivals. Mauricio Pochettino is doing a pretty good job of managing Tottenham and a recent 4-1 win over Manchester City suggests the team have the weaponry to cause the Reds damage.

Jurgen Klopp inherits some decent players although several of the best ones will miss this clash, with Christian Benteke and Philippe Coutinho a doubt, while Jordan Henderson remains sidelined. It all points to a win for the home side.

  • Tottenham to beat Liverpool – 6/4 with Paddy Power
  • Tottenham to beat Liverpool – 7/1 with Betfair
  • Liverpool to beat Tottenham 9/1 with Betfair
  • Free bet if Liverpool Wins with Sportingbet
  • Tottenham and Liverpool both score 7/1 with Coral 

Watford v Arsenal, Saturday 5.30pm

The Gunners have been goal crazy after a 5-2 win at the King Power Stadium was followed by a 3-0 triumph against Manchester United. The international break came at the wrong time for Arsenal, although Alexis Sanchez has continued to fire for Chile and the north London side should edge this game.

Watford are fairly robust at Vicarage Road, with Crystal Palace recently becoming the first away team to score at the ground and it could be that Arsenal will have to patiently probe away before finding the breakthrough against a stubborn Hornets team.

  • Under 2.5 Goals – 6/5 with Coral
  • Arsenal to win 4/1 with Betfair

Newcastle United v Norwich City, Sunday 4pm

Newcastle can’t be backed with anyone’s money although there are green shoots of recovery showing after a 2-2 draw with Chelsea was followed by a match at Manchester City where they were badly beaten by Sergio Aguero’s firepower after a bright start.

Steve McClaren will have used the international break to regroup his players and perhaps they can edge a Norwich team who have made a solid enough start and have shown they are hard to beat on the road.

  • BTTS – 8/11 with Coral
  • Newcastle to win 9/1 with Paddy Power
  • Norwich  to win 10/1 with Paddy Power

Swansea City v Stoke City, Monday 8pm

Stoke City are bidding for a fourth successive victory, with the Potters having built on a League Cup victory over Fulham to beat Bournemouth and Aston Villa.

This represents a tougher assignment against a Swans side who are unbeaten at the Liberty Stadium after two wins and two draws which included victory over Manchester United.

However, the visitors can keep this match tight and we are unlikely to see more than two goals scored, with Mark Hughes’ side likely to be happy with a point.

  • Under 2.5 Goals 4/6 with Sky Bet
  • Swansea to win 7/1 with Paddy Power