Seeley’s Selections: Sunday’s Live Premier League


The big game of the Premier League weekend for Boylesports punters is the Sunday lunchtime clash between Chelsea and Arsenal from Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea v Arsenal, 2.05pm, Sky Sports 1
Jose Mourinho has almost got the Boylesports traders waving the white flag in the Premier League outright having them just 8/13 to win the title after an unbeaten start to the season.

They are incredibly short again for this clash at 4/6 but with Arsenal’s failure to beat the big boys, they are going to be a bad result for the layers if they win this one. The Gunners though, are unbeaten but unlike their opponents they have drawn four of their six Premier League games, I like the stalemate in this one at 3/1. The usual price for a Premier League draw is 9/4 and yet Boylesports have chalked this one up at 3s, probably because they know nobody backs a draw…..make them pay.

This fixture ALWAYS sees goals with 17 scored in the last three meetings, over two goals in the game is in the bag in my opinion at 4/7 but my advice it to go over three goals instead at a much more working mans price of 7/5 with Boylesports.

Both teams have scored in two of the last three meetings and with both sides scoring in every game they have played domestically this season that also looks a sure thing at 3/4 and certainly one for the multiple bets this weekend. I’m quite swayed by the “desmond” 2-2 which has already happened in two Arsenal away games this season at 13/1 with Boylesports.

Seeley’s Selection: Draw 3/1

Man United v Everton, 12pm, BT Sport 1
In The BT Sport early kick-off, Manchester United take on Everton at Old Trafford and say it quietly but, I really like the home team here at 4/6 with Boylesports. Everton did the double over United last season, but that was a very different Everton side and add in the mix the “Moyes Factor” that was all the motivation they needed last term. They are 17/4 to win here but before you start logging in to pile on..think about it.

Everton made the long trip this midweek to Russia (Siberia) in the Europa league and we’ve seen in previous seasons that teams struggle in the Premier League after travelling on a Thursday and trips in the continent don’t come much further than the one the Roberto Martinez’ men had to endure in midweek.

Wayne Rooney is suspended for United, which is a massive boast for the home side as Juan Mata will be able to play in the position that he was superb in for Chelsea two seasons ago.

The Spaniard is 11/2 to open the scoring with Boylesports and I’m taking some of that along with the 7/5 for him to score anytime.

You can’t see anything other than goals in this match-up. United have conceded in six of their seven games this season and Everton conceding in eight of their nine games. Both teams to score is short, but it will be a winner at 6/10 with Boylesports and have a couple of quid on some silly scorelines 3-2 and 4-2 to Man Utd at 18/1 and 28/1 make some appeal.

Seeley’s Selection: Juan Mata First Goalscorer 11/2

West Ham v QPR, 4.15pm, Sky Sports 1
The final live TV offering on what for once is actually a “Super Sunday” is the London derby between West Ham and QPR at Upton Park. The match will be billed as a return to their old stomping ground for ‘Arry Redknapp and Rio Ferdinand but it’s not going to be a happy one. The Hammers are 10/11 with Boylesports to win this one and I make them the bet of the day. QPR can’t win away from home.

They’ve lost all four of their road games this season including two thumpings by Manchester United and Spurs and also an embarrassing defeat to Burton in the League Cup. Big Sam’s men are playing well at the moment after a fine 3-1 win in their last home match against Liverpool and were very unlucky to go down 2-1 at Old Trafford last weekend. The style of play has cheered up the Upton Park faithful and they should tear about this QPR fragile defence.

QPR have only managed one clean sheet all season and West Ham are still waiting their first both teams to score is another for the multiple at 4/5 in fact I wouldn’t dismiss a BTTS treble in all the live games with Boylesports which currently pays just over 4/1.

I’m also going to throw a quid or two on the the home side to come out comfortable winners in this London derby by a 3-1 scoreline which is 13/1 at Boylesports.

Seeley’s Selection: West Ham 10/11

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