Our betting column is back with three value Premier League bets this week, which with a sensible staking plan should seen you in profit this weekend.
We’ve focused all our attention on just the three tips this week, instead of the usual five, and the confidence in the camp at TEAMtalk Towers is so much though we’ve done a small 350/1 treble too.
West Brom to win 1-0 at Man Utd 28/1
Tony Pulis’ men look a value punt to edge a narrow victory at Old Trafford on Saturday. The 28/1 about them winning 1-0 is more than tempting in light of their away record this season and their recent history at the Theatre of Dreams.
Albion have won 1-0 away from home on three occasions this term – at Stoke, Aston Villa and Norwich. And while you might put Louis van Gaal’s men in a class above that opposition, United have been struggling for goals with only seven scored in five games at Old Trafford this term. Pulis’ men have also won their last two Premier League trips to United – with last season’s victory by the 1-0 scoreline we’re hoping for on Saturday.
Leicester to win and BTTS score 13/5
Leicester have surprised everyone this season and they have won three of their five home games this season and with Jamie Vardy in tow they should be able to sink Watford.
But rather than backing the Foxes odds-on, the 13/5 about the home win and Watford scoring looks like a better way to get with Claudio Ranieri’s charges.
Watford have been better away from home than at Vicararge Road and have scored in four of their five away games – with only Man City shutting them out. They are more than capable of causing Leicester problems, but with the prolific Vardy in form the hosts should just get over the line.
Newcastle to win at Bournemouth 12/5
It’s never popular to punt on the early game, but Newcastle look too good to turn down at 12/5 to break their away-day duck this season.
The Magpies have shown improving form of late. They were unlucky not to beat Stoke in last week’s 0-0 draw and they were well on top in derby with Sunderland before Fabricio Coloccini was controversially sent-off in the 3-0 defeat.
Bournemouth on the other hand have been struggling to come to terms with their crippling injury list and their home form has seen them win just once all season – against Sunderland under Dick Advocaat.