Five Premier League bets: 23/10 Everton look too big

Date published: Friday 16th October 2015 10:43

We take a look at five value football bets to wager in the Premier League this weekend.

Everton to beat Manchester United 23/10

Everton have won three consecutive home league games against Manchester United – 3-0, 2-0 and 1-0 in the last three seasons.

The hosts, who will have John Stone and Seamus Coleman back in the team, look great value to make it four against Louis van Gaal’s United side, who were thumped at Arsenal last time out, and who have a less than impressive away record under the Dutchman.

Everton: Celebrate in their 3-0 win over United last season

Everton: Celebrate in their 3-0 win over United last season


Under 1.5 goals in West Brom v Sunderland 15/8

Sunderland have only scored four away goals and had the least number of shots on target in the Premier League (23) and the arrival of Sam Allardyce is unlikely to chance then potency immediately.

Big Sam will be focused on plugging their leaky rearguard and he will be desperate to make sure the Black Cats don’t lose at the Hawthorns.

West Brom have chalked up one home clean sheet and the nine home goals they have conceded – against Man City, Chelsea and Everton – have come against far better opposition than Sunderland.

Sam Allardyce, Sunderland manager

Sam Allardyce: Will keep it tight


BTTS in Chelsea v Aston Villa 21/20

Aston Villa have scored in their last nine league away games – the best run in the Premier League – and they are capable of exposing Chelsea’s struggling rearguard.

Chelsea have scored in last 23 home league games – also the longest run in the Premier League and it’s surprise the both teams to score price is not odds on.

Chelsea: Up against Villa

Chelsea: Up against Villa


Arsenal to keep a clean sheet v Watford 6/4

The Gunners have only kept one clean sheet away from home this season – in the 1-0 win at Arsenal – but they face a Watford side who have struggled to score goals.

The Hornets have scored just once at home and only Sunderland have had less shots on target per game than the three from Quique Sanchez Flores’ men.

That stat alone should see the clean sheet price odds-on and the 6/4 is definitely worth taking a punt on.

Arsenal: Kept Man Utd at bay last time

Arsenal: Kept Man Utd at bay last time


BTTS in Man City v Bournemouth 5/6

Man City have scored in all but one of the last 24 league games and smashed six past Newcastle last time out, who also netted, and they look a cert to net against the newcomers.

Bournemouth also have a good record away from home on the scoring front and have scored in 12 of their last 13 away league games – including at Stoke, Norwich and West ham this season.

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