Premier League Betting Tips & Gameweek 4 Odds

Here’s our top Premier League betting tips for our Gameweek 4 picks on Saturday and Sunday, with plenty of markets available right here!

By Mark Ritson and James Passey

* All prices below are correct at the time of writing.



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Southampton v Man Utd – Saturday 12.30pm

Both clubs go into this one on the back of a win each in the Premier League, with the Saints victorious at Leicester while United beat rivals Liverpool on Monday.

Che Adams is on a hot streak right now. He scored twice at Leicester and also at Cambridge United in the EFL Cup in midweek. He’s 8/1 to score first, 9/4 anytime or 10/3 to be the first Home Team Goalscorer. To score 2+ goals vs Man Utd is an eye-catching 16/1.

Southampton have conceded the most amount of goals in their Premier League history against Man Utd. Over 2.5 goals for Man Utd is 19/10 and Over 3.5 goals is 11/2.

Anthony Martial has five goals and two assists against the Saints. He’s 5/1 to score first or 7/5 anytime.

Man Utd have not lost at Southampton in 14 matches, winning nine and drawing five since 2003. The draw is 3/1 or Man Utd to win and both teams to score is 21/10.

Man Utd have been behind at half-time in seven Premier League away games in a row. Southampton to score Over 0.5 first goals is 5/4, while Over 1.5 goals in the first half for them is 7/1.

Liverpool v Bournemouth – Saturday 3pm

What a terrible start for Liverpool – surely they can get their Premier League season off and running at home to the newly promoted Cherries?

Liverpool have scored 19 goals and kept five clean sheets in six matches against the opposition, while Mo Salah has eight goals and an assist in his last six Premier League games against them.

Salah to score first is 9/4, and 2+ goals is 21/10. Salah’s on penalties and one to be scored in the match is 2/1.

Salah to score in the first 10 minutes is 17/2, while we’re boosting Luis Diaz to score 2+ goals from 5/1 to 11/2.

Fancy a fast start? We’re boosting Klopp’s men to score in the opening 15 minutes to 15/8. Over 1.5 first half goals for the Reds is 13/10.

Liverpool have not lost in 32 games against promoted sides, with 26 wins and six draws.

Man City v Crystal Palace – Saturday 3pm

Manchester City face bogey team Crystal Palace this weekend, having drawn 3-3 at Newcastle last weekend, while the Eagles were 3-1 victors over Aston Villa.

Why bogey? City have won just four of the last nine meetings – with Palace winning two of those at the Etihad.

Erling Haaland will be the one everyone looks to for goals and he’s 13/8 to score 2+, or a hat-trick is on offer at 11/2.

Ilkay Gundogan could be the one to provide real value, however, with the midfielder scoring in his last four PL matches – with the latest two being the first strike of the match. He’s 8/1 to do that here, or 2/1 anytime.

Man City to win and Gundogan to score has also been boosted to 11/4 – that’s rather attractive.

Palace’s Wilfried Zaha has hit form early this season and is always a thorn for the opposition, while he’s also on penalties.

To score anytime is a big shout at 3/1, while he’s 22/1 to score twice. Zaha scored first in a 2-0 win for Palace at City last season, also!

Palace have scored in seven of their last eight away games in the Premier League.

Arsenal v Fulham – Saturday 5.30pm

The Gunners are in excellent form, top of the table after three games and scoring for fun. And this looks like another opportunity to continue that trend.

And the one player punters will be looking to is Gabriel Jesus, who has transformed Arsenal’s forward line. He’s a decent pick to score first at 5/2 but a way more mouth-watering bet has been boosted!

Jesus to score 2+ goals was 11/4 but is NOW 10/3. Are you jumping on this?

Other notable shouts for first goalscorers are Martin Odegaard 2/1, who scored twice last week, while Gabriel Martinelli is 11/2 and Bukayo Saka – likely to be on penalties – is 6/1, or 13/8 anytime.

Furthermore, Arsenal have won five PL games in a row against newly promoted teams, scoring 12 times in the process.

Arsenal to score Over 2.5 goals is 21/20 but you may fancy them to net Over 3.5 goals at 14/5.

Let’s not forget Fulham are unbeaten in their opening three games, with striker Aleksandar Mitrovic 7/4 to score anytime, and he’s on penalties. He has three goals already, too.

Wolves v Newcastle – Sunday 2pm

Unbeaten Newcastle head to unpredictable Wolves on Sunday afternoon at 2pm.

The Toon have not won in their four PL games at Molineux, drawing three of them with a 1-1 scoreline. In fact, five of the last nine PL meetings have ended 1-1 – so if you fancy that again, the draw is 11/5 and 1-1 is 5/1.

Callum Wilson is the standout goalscorer pick for the visitors at 6/4 anytime or 9/2 first, while Newcastle to win and Wilson to score has been boosted to 7/2! Check out all our price boosts below.

At the time of writing, Wilson was reportedly a doubt with a hamstring injury – so Chris Wood would be the likely replacement up front if he fails to make it. Wood to score anytime is priced 15/8.

Allan Saint-Maximin, who supplied two assists against Man City, also presents anytime goalscorer value at 7/2, while Miguel Almiron is 5/1 and has scored 12 goals for the Magpies before half-time.

Dead-ball specialist Kieran Trippier is 15/2 anytime.

For Wolves, they won this fixture at home last season 2-1, with Hee-chan Hwang bagging both goals. He’s 5/2 anytime, or 16/1 to repeat those antics this time around.

Without a win in their opening three games of the new season, Wolves are actually now ten Premier League games without a victory with three draws and seven defeats.

Despite a recent history of draws between the two clubs, Newcastle hold the edge right now.

Nottingham Forest v Tottenham – Sunday 4.30pm

Tottenham are in good form after starting their campaign with two victories and a draw, scoring seven goals in the process.

However, Nottingham Forest are enjoying their time back in Premier League and were impressive against West Ham two weeks ago, winning 1-0, meaning they’ve lost one, won one and drawn one so far this season.

The Reds are set to be the 32nd different opponent that Tottenham’s Harry Kane has faced in the Premier League and he has scored against 30 of the previous 31, except Brentford.

The England captain is 3/1 to score first, 10/11 anytime, or 4/1 to get 2+ goals.

Tottenham to win and Kane to score is also in our price boosts below, increased from 5/4 to a healthy 6/5.

Brennan Johnson was on the scoresheet for Forest last week at Goodison Park and another goal this Sunday would see him become the youngest player to score in back-to-back appearances in the Premier League.

The last player to achieve such a feat was a certain Roy Keane back in December 1992, aged 21 years and 124 days!

Johnson can be backed at 10/1 to score first, 10/3 anytime or a tempting 22/1 to score twice in the match.

The draw looks appealing at 10/3, while Forest are 6/1 to win or 10/1 in our price boosts to win and score over 2.5 goals. Well worth a punt!

After their unbeaten start so far, Tottenham are looking to avoid defeat in their opening four league matches for only the second time in the past 13 seasons and an away win is 4/9, which is definitely worth sticking in your acca.

Spurs to score over 2.5 goals is 23/20, while Forest are 14/1 to score under 1.5 goals.

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* All prices above correct at the time of writing.




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