Premier League Betting Tips & Gameweek 6 Odds
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By Mark Ritson and James Passey
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Everton vs Liverpool – Saturday 12.30pm
What a way to kick-off Gameweek 6 with a fiesty Merseyside derby! The Reds needed a last-gap winner in midweek vs Newcastle and perhaps are too short-priced for the win this Saturday – with the draw at 15/4 a bit more appealing in the betting.
Fancy a booking or a red card? There’s plenty more on site, with a few selections below. Ignore Andre Gomes, who left Everton on transfer deadline day.
Roberto Firmino has hit a hot streak at the right time as he looks to keep his place from Darwin Nunez, who is available after serving a three-match suspension.
Consider this, however. Firmino has scored 12 of his last 14 goals AFTER half-time, so a 6/5 anytime price is appealing.
Nunez is likely to be on the bench and is a more attractive 7/2 to be Last Goalscorer, should he be required to make a difference. He’s 20/21 anytime, otherwise.
Write Mo Salah off at your peril. OK, he’s been a bit quiet but 10/3 odds to score first is eye-catching especially when he takes penalties, while Wednesday’s hero Fabio Carvalho has 13/8 anytime odds if you fancy him to replicate his off-the-bench antics.
There’s been goals scored in both halves in seven of Liverpool’s last eight away Premier League games – so Everton to do just that has been boosted to 13/2 from 11/2.
For the Blues, Anthony Gordon has back-to-back goals and has been boosted to 4/1 anytime. However, we’re likely to see him move back out wide, with Neal Maupay set for his Toffees debut with odds of 11/4 anytime. He may also be on penalties, having been so at previous club Brighton.
Everton have not beaten Liverpool at home in 11 PL outings, drawing eight of them. Maybe we should consider the Draw outcome in this after all.
Crystal Palace have proven they can score goals on the road so far and will give Newcastle a contest at St James’ Park.
Talisman Wilfried Zaha will be the one they’ll look to for goals and assists, with a 2/1 anytime price rather attractive. But if you like stats, you’ll like his first goalscorer odds of 6/1 as he’s scored Palace’s opening goal in their last three PL games.
As the First Away Team Goalscorer, though, Zaha is 13/8.
However, the Toon have a new guy in town, set to make his home debut in the form of Alexander Isak, who scored at Liverpool on Wednesday. Keen for a goal? 5/1 first is yours right now, or a brace is 9/1.
Miguel Almiron stole the show in April with a sublime winner for Newcastle and he’s 4/1 anytime, while tricky winger Allan Saint Maximin is 11/4 anytime and 9/2 to be the First Home Team Goalscorer.
At the time of writing, Newcastle were EVENS for the win and the draw was 23/10. Newcastle to win and both teams to score has been BOOSTED to 7/2.
After their 1-1 draw with West Ham United on Wednesday night, Tottenham are still looking for that magic 100 London derby victories in the Premier League and are the odds on favourites.
However, Fulham will be no push overs after their 2-1 midweek win against Brighton and can be backed at 11/2 to cause an upset, with the more favourable draw being 16/5.
At least two goals were scored in seven out of the last ten games if Tottenham won in this fixture in the past, so it’s well worth having more than one score prediction up your sleeve.
To get three possible results in the same bet head to our price boosts and get Tottenham to win 3-0, 3-1 or 3-2 for a generous 9/2, or if you fancy the away win Fulham are 15/2 to win 1-0, 2-0 or 2-1.
There will be a lot of focus on the two goal machines for both sides, Fulham’s Aleksandar Mitrovic has proved the critics wrong so far this season, bagging five goals so far.
The Serbian has also been involved in more Premier League goals against Tottenham than he has against any other opponent (three goals and two assists).
He’s looking to score in four consecutive Premier League games for the first time, while one more goal will make him the highest scoring Serbian in the competition’s history (currently 29, level with Savo Milosevic).
Off the back of these interesting stats, you can get tempting 6/1 for him to open the scoring, 13/8 anytime and 9/1 to register a brace.
Tottenham’s marksman needs no introduction and Harry Kane is looking to make more records in this 3pm kick off. The England captain has scored 42 goals in Premier League London derbies, one more will see him equal Thierry Henry for the most of these goals in the competition’s 30 year history.
The Tottenham striker is 11/4 to score first, 3/4 anytime and 7/2 to get 2+ goals.
One attacking player who is yet to get off the mark is last season’s Golden Boot winner Son Hung-min. The South Korean hasn’t scored with any of his 13 shots for the North London outfit so far this campaign.
He had a shot conversion rate of 26.7% in the competition last season, the second highest of any player with at least 20 attempts.
With this in mind he’s bound to break his goal drought soon and is 7/2 to score first, evens anytime and 5/1 to get 2+ goals.
There’s only one market to start with and that’s with Erling Haaland. Fear of rotation? Why rest a striker who is in ridiculous form heading into the Champions League opener next week?
And coming up an out-of-sorts Aston Villa, look at First Goalscorer odds of 5/2 and 2+ goals at 11/4. Fancy ANOTHER hat-trick? BOOSTED TO 11/1.
Kevin De Bruyne was rested against Nottingham Forest in midweek and is very likely to come back in. He has an appealing 7/4 anytime goalscorer price, while 2/1 will get you an anytime goal from the Belgian and City win.
Striker Julian Alvarez may also get some minutes in the second half after his impressive midweek performance and he’s got odds of 11/4 to be Last Goalscorer.
Out of the price boosts on offer below – click the image to see them all – we’re liking the look of Man City to win & Over 4.5 goals in the match at 4/1, while Man City to score in the opening 15 minutes is appealing at 11/4.
Pep Guardiola’s men are 20 games unbeaten away from home in the Premier League and look a solid bet to continue that streak here.
If you fancy a goal from Villa, well anytime odds of 3/1 for Danny Ings, Ollie Watkins and 4/1 for Phillippe Coutinho can’t be sniffed at.
The BIG test for leaders Arsenal comes at a resurgent Man Utd, who have won their last three games on the bounce.
The Gunners will be confident, though, with Gabriel Jesus, Gabriel Martinelli, Bukayo Saka and Martin Odegaard forming an excellent threat going forward. Sure, they do concede goals but as we saw in midweek against Aston Villa, Arsenal are finding ways to come away with all three points.
There are slight doubts over Odegaard’s fitness at the time of writing, coming off with an ankle injury in midweek, so it might be best to stay clear of the Norwegian.
Jesus will be aiming to add his goal tally, returning to Manchester and giving the blue side something to cheer about. 11/8 anytime has some value, but to be the First Away Goalscorer is better at 9/4!
Staying with that latter market, Bukayo Saka and Gabriel Martinelli are 4/1 each which gives you something to really think about. We do like Arsenal to score in both halves, which has been boosted to 11/4 as seen below.
And there’s going to be bookings, right? We all know Granit Xhaka loves one and he’s highly likely to start in defensive midfield, so how about 6/4 for a yellow and 25/1 for a red?!
For Man Utd, Jadon Sancho struck the winner on Thursday and carries 10/3 anytime goalscorer odds and 11/1 first, while you can get new signing Antony at 2/1 anytime along with Bruno Fernandes – who will be on penalties.
United won 2-1 against Liverpool last time out at Old Trafford, backed up by gritty 1-0 wins on the road. You just have to fancy goals here on Sunday. There’s no way we’ll see a clean sheet, right? 14/5 priced for either team at present.
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