Premier League Weekend – Who Are the Betting Favourites?

By on November 5, 2016

antonio conte chelsea

With last weekend’s Premier League action providing little surprises, as Manchester City, Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea all claimed three points on the road to maintain their positive starts to the campaign, this weekend’s fixtures also look favourable for those of you who fancy a football bet, with Antonio Conte, Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola all preparing their teams for what look like comfortable home fixtures. Elsewhere, following a disappointing result at Wembley in the Champions League on Wednesday, Tottenham face the daunting prospect of a trip to North London rivals Arsenal, who are looking in ominously good form as far as supporters at White Hart Lane are concerned. Meanwhile, the likes of West Ham, Leicester City and Bournemouth will all be looking to pick up points on home turf, in what could again be a fruitful weekend for betting punters.

Manchester City face Aitor Karanka’s Middlesbrough at the Etihad Stadium, and despite the North East based side earning a credible point at the Emirates recently, Aguero and Co will undoubtedly be licking their lips at the prospect of adding to their goal tally on Saturday afternoon. For those of you looking to back the table toppers, check out the Betser Review for all the latest sportsbook betting offers.

Meanwhile, having scored six goals in their last two Premier League fixtures, Chelsea will be hoping to continue with their fine form of late, with the likes of Eden Hazard and Diego Costa among the favourites in the football betting markets to open the scoring against Ronald Koeman’s Everton on Saturday evening. Conte’s men could well find themselves in second place in the Premier League table come Saturday night, with both Arsenal and Liverpool not playing until the following day.

Following a hugely frustrating goalless draw with newcomers Burnley last weekend, and with Jose Mourinho being forced to sit in the stands at the Liberty Stadium as a result of a touchline ban, Manchester United are certainly a team in need of three points. However, despite having won just one game all season, Swansea City will be confident of causing an upset, in what would be the perfect time for American manager Bob Bradley to announce himself on English football. An outside football bet on the home side to win could well be worth a risk.

Finally, as a result of being at home, West Ham, champions Leicester and Bournemouth will all be the favourites among the bookmakers win their respective matches. Eddie Howe’s side in particular are worth backing, with David Moyes’ Sunderland visiting the South coast still without a win this season.

Best of the web

One Comment

  1. evelynrivera444

    November 24, 2016 at 3:21 am

    my boyfriends uncle just got a new red Kia check it out>>>>>jobhub4.tk

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *