Premier League Betting Odds: Week 27 Tips

Another round of Premier League games – another round of tips from us!

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Friday, 8pm

Southampton (8/15) vs Norwich City (11/2) – Draw (10/3)

Southampton come into this game in impressive form. Two wins in their last three games sees them up to 10th in the table, while Norwich are rock-bottom of the league, five points from safety.

The Saints have found an impressive run of form at a vital stage of the season, losing just one of their last 11 matches in all competitions.

Norwich’s good run of form last month moved them off bottom spot, but they are back down in 20th following successive defeats to Manchester City and Liverpool in recent weeks.

Plenty of value here if you fancy the Norwich win or the draw, but if you fancy a Saints win, the win to nil market might be the bet to go with at 8/5.


Saturday, 12:30pm

Leeds United (3/1) vs Tottenham Hotspur (10/11) – Draw (3/1)

Any idea that Tottenham were going to kick on from that thrilling 3-2 win over champions Manchester City was quickly put to bed when they followed it up with a disappointing 1-0 loss to Burnley.

Antonio Conte’s future at the club is now seemingly in doubt, and I can’t imagine the mood in camp is great. This makes them vulnerable, so I can’t advise taking odds-on about them beating Leeds on Saturday.

Equally, Marco Bielsa’s men are far too inconsistent to be trusted, so I think the better play is to look at the goals markets. I can see a high-scoring affair here, so over 3.5 total match goals at 13/8 is the suggestion.



Brentford (6/4) vs Newcastle United (21/10) – Draw (23/10)

Newcastle will be looking to extend their unbeaten run in the Premier League to seven matches here.

Three wins and two draws in their last five games has lifted the Magpies out of the drop zone, while Thomas Frank’s Brentford side are just four points above the bottom three. They’ve lost four of their last five games, while teams around them, such as Newcastle and Burnley, have been picking up points.

Newcastle are in much better form than Brentford coming into this one, but have a terrible away record –  they’ve picked up just seven points from their 11 matches on their travels.

The draw at 23/10 looks a good shout here.


Brighton (13/10) vs Aston Villa (12/5) – Draw (23/10)

Both sides come into this one looking to bounce back from back-to-back losses, but it’s also a game that has plenty of value if you have a strong fancy.

Villa are without a win since they beat Everton at the end of January, while Brighton’s win over Watford was their first since in the league since start of January.

Both sides have fired blanks in front of goal in their last two games, so under 1.5 goals could be a good shout at 11/5.


Crystal Palace (EVS) vs Burnley (16/5) – Draw (5/2)

Palace stuck four past Watford last time out, while Burnley enjoyed a famous win under the lights at Turf Moor.

However, Palace welcome Burnley to Selhurst Park having lost their last three in the league at home – albeit against West Ham United, Chelsea and Liverpool – and Dyche’s side have seemingly begun their mission to complete the ‘Great Escape’.

Not a lot to separate these two, and the draw looks a decent shout at 5/2.


Manchester United (1/3) vs Watford (9/1) – Draw (9/2)

A decent result against Atletico Madrid in the Champions League midweek should give United confidence given the performance they put in.

United have lost just one of their last 14 in the top flight, and are aiming to make it three league wins on the bounce for the first time since the turn of the year.

Watford, meanwhile, were on the end of a thumping in midweek at Crystal Palace.

I fancy United to win this one, but given their lack of clean sheets this season both teams to score at EVS is my suggestion here.



Everton (10/1) vs Manchester City (2/7) – Draw (5/1)

A huge game for City, given the fact that Liverpool have closed the gap at the top to just three points.

City will be looking to bounce back from the defeat to Spurs, while Everton will be hoping to respond to the defeat to Southampton in what has been a difficult start for Frank Lampard in the Toffees dugout.

Everton could move five points clear of the drop zone with a win here, and their Merseyside neighbours would be very pleased indeed if they did.

I expect the Blues to win here – and to win to nil at 21/20 is a decent price.


Sunday, 2pm

West Ham United (11/10) vs Wolves (3/1) – Draw (23/10)

This is a great game to bet on if you have a strong view, as you’re getting odds-against about all three eventualities.

Both sides are in decent nick, although Wolves were pretty disappointing against Arsenal in the week and home advantage probably gives West Ham a slight edge.

I think it’s too close to call though, so the draw at 23/10 is the way to go.



Carabao Cup Final – Chelsea (9/4) vs Liverpool (5/4) – Draw (11/5)*90 mins betting*

Chelsea, having only lost twice this year, are a hard team to beat, but if anyone can beat them it’s Liverpool in their current form.

Jurgen Klopp’s men are flying and full of confidence on the back of a 6-0 hammering of Leeds in the week, and they’ll be desperate to pick up their first bit of silverware for the season on Sunday.

It’s not often you get odds-against value about the Reds, so 5/4 for them to win in normal time is well worth taking.


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