Betting Tip Stars take a look at Sunday’s televised Premier League fixtures. With the top five teams playing his is going to be a mouth-watering trio of games. But where can the money be won? Our betting tips will show you.
Tottenham vs Crystal Palace
Coming off the back of a fantastic win against Real Madrid, Tottenham will be flying. Harry Kane is also back and the best scorer in England will be going up against one of the worst defences in the league. Tottenham seemed to be losing face coming off back to back losses but the midweek history-making game against the Galacticos has righted the ship.
Crystal Palace is coming off a late win against West Ham and will be hoping that Wilfred Zaha will once again produce a piece of magic. They will need it against a side like Tottenham.
The clever bet lies with Betvictor who offers Spurs to win ‘to nil’ at 11/8. if you put this bet on the last seven of Palace’s away games then you would have won. They have been leaking goal and it seems when they do this away from Selhurst Park they don’t score in the other end either.
Manchester City vs Arsenal
Manchester City is playing champagne football at the moment and swept aside Napoli in the middle of the week in the Champions League. While Arsenal showed glimmers of what they are capable of with a full strength team last weekend. City will have too much for them.
One of those who they should be wary of is Sergio Aguero who cemented his place in City history equalling the goalscoring record of the club. He will have extra motivation, therefore, to go one better than that against the Gunners.
For it to be a trouncing like 4-0 or 5-0 you will get 25/1 and 45/1 respectively with Paddy Power. That feels like handsome odds. Young German Leroy Sane has scored in four of the last five home games and is keeping out City’s plethora of talent with his performances. He is 13/8 to score again in this fixture.
Chelsea vs Man Utd
This would have been the biggest fixture in the league in the last few years but with the emergence of City’s money and Tottenham’s youth, it doesn’t get as top billing as it used to. Both teams have struggled in home fixtures in Chelsea’s case, and away for United. Mourinho has been accused of parking the bus this season and none more so against his biggest opponents. Chelsea fans will be used to this tactic but the team won’t be. It will take some genius from Eden Hazard to break the deadlock.
The good news for Chelsea is that they have Alvaro Morata back and Batasyahui scoring last weekend. That means if they can get the ball up to the top they might fare well in front of goal.
A low scoring game seems inevitable between these two. Back goals under 1.5 for a 2/1 return or even a no goalscorer at 15/2.