Matchday 2 Premier League betting tips & latest football odds
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The opening fixture of Matchday 2 sees Aston Villa host Everton at 12:30 on Saturday, as both sides look to bounce back from opening day defeats.
Everton have lost 12 out of their last 15 away Premier League games, so Aston Villa to win and both teams to score is a great bet in our price boosts at 10/3.
Everton have no recognised striker after Dominic Calvert-Lewin was ruled out for six weeks just days before their campaign began.
Frank Lampard’s men also have other injury problems after Ben Godfrey was stretchered off in the 1-0 defeat to Chelsea last week, and Yerry Mina suffered an ankle ligament knock in the second half.
So, punters should probably look to the Toffees midfield for an outside first goal scorer in the form of Demarai Gray, who is good value at 10/1.
Can the Cherries pick up any points against the champions?
Bournemouth have the mammoth task of taking on Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday at 3pm.
Fresh from their 2-0 home victory against Aston Villa, a price boost from 9/1 to 10/1 for Bournemouth to win either half looks too good to ignore.
Everyone is already talking about the golden boot contenders for 2022/23 and having impressed Roy Keane, among others, scoring a brace on his debut, Erling Haaland leads the pack at 5/4 in our top goalscorer outright market.
It’s definitely worth backing the Norwegian to bag his first hat-trick in England in another great price boost, going from 4/1 to 5/1.
Jekyll or Hyde, which Manchester United will turn up at the Gtech Community Stadium?
The Erik ten Hag regime got off to the worst possible start last Sunday, as they went down to a 2-1 home defeat against Brighton.
As the Old Trafford soap opera rolls into West London for the Saturday night football, live on TV, will Cristiano Ronaldo start?
Even if he does, Man Utd have conceded the first goal of the game in their last seven away games and lost their last six away matches in a row.
Therefore Brentford are a strong choice for your acca this weekend and remember, you can boost or insure your acca with our awesome Acca Rewards!
If you want to keep the faith with the fallen Mancunian giants then Man Utd to win 3-0, 3-1 or 3-2 in our price boosts is definitely worth a few quid.
Life is tough at the top, but can Forest get off the mark?
Super Sunday starts at the City ground at 2pm and after 23 long years, the double European champions are back in the big time and will be hoping that home advantage can get them up and running after a disappointing 2-0 defeat to Newcastle at St. James’s Park last week.
Four of Forest’s last eight home league games against West Ham have seen the points shared, so a draw at 13/5 is the stand out price here.
At least one first half goal has been scored in West Ham’s last seven games, so why not
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Can Antonio Conte come back to haunt Stamford Bridge?
The 16:30 kick off is a mouth-watering London derby, live on TV, as Tottenham march into West London.
We have an irresistible special running for this blockbuster match, with Epic Odds of backing Chelsea to win at 9/4 OR Tottenham at 7/2.
Although Spurs look a different prospect under the passionate Italian, their record at Stamford Bridge isn’t pretty and Chelsea have won their last seven Premier League matches against the North London outfit.
Raheem Sterling to score and Chelsea to win has been boosted from 10/3 to 4/1, well worth a flutter.
The Liver Bird and the Eagles
Gameweek 2 action finishes at Anfield in the Monday night football, as Liverpool look to ignite their title challenge.
With Haaland taking the early plaudits as a potential golden boot winner, the three-time winner of the award might have something to say about matters and Mohamed Salah has dropped to 9/2 in our outright market, meaning that now could be a good time to back the Egyptian goal machine.
It may not be plain sailing for Jurgen Klopp’s men though, after conceding twice at newly promoted Fulham, Palace will travel to Merseyside hoping to cause a massive upset and can be backed at a huge 14/1 to win!
If you’re not that adventurous and not sure what to have a punt on, our BetBuilder also gives you pre-made bets and this one looks decent. Salah to score anytime and Joachim Andersen to be booked is a healthy 11/1.
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