Premier League GW10 betting preview and tips
We have another round of Premier League games this weekend, with Arsenal looking to continue their winning run.
The Gunners have claimed seven consecutive victories and will travel to Selhurst Park bidding to make it number eight, with Unai Emery’s side full of goals and determined to play in an attacking vibrant style.
Arsenal are an 1.85 chance to win against Crystal Palace which might have seemed a skinny price at this point last season although many will be backing the visitors to claim a maximum haul in this one.
The Eagles are really struggling to score goals and Roy Hodgson seems at a loss to arrest a slump which effectively occurred ever since the team won 2-0 at Fulham on the opening day of the campaign.
You can get 4.00 that Palace claim a win and perhaps the draw can be a lively runner at 3.60 considering that the Eagles did manage to hold Manchester City to a goalless draw last term.
On Sunday, we also see Manchester United clashing with Everton and the Red Devils are another odds-on favourite to win the game, with William Hill going 1.73 about Jose Mourinho’s side following up that 2-2 draw at Chelsea with a victory.
Whether or not United can be trusted at odds-on is another matter, with the Toffees looking like a big price at 5.25 considering they served it up at Arsenal before succumbing to defeat.
Burnley clash with Chelsea on Sunday and you can get the Blues at 1.36 with bet365 to win the game after putting Southampton to the sword 3-0 in their previous away match.
The big game of the weekend actually takes place on Monday night, where Manchester City travel to Wembley and they are considered strong favourites to get the better of a Tottenham side and retain their lofty top position.
Pep Guardiola’s side are 1.80 with bet365 to enjoy a pivotal win, although Spurs have the carrot of potentially going above their opponents with a victory and the home side are a lumpy 4.00 to get the better of City as they did two seasons ago.
On Saturday, Liverpool are in action and they are a measly 1.10 to get the better of a Cardiff side who will look to batten down the hatches and make life difficult for their opponents.
The Welsh side come into this game off the back of a 4-2 win over Fulham and you can get 21.00 that they pull off a shock win in this clash, although it might be better to consider them on the Asian Handicap after recently restricting Spurs to one goal.
Leicester clash with West Ham and the Foxes are 2.10 to get the better of a Hammers side missing Andriy Yarmolenko, although some will prefer backing the draw considering that City are defensively porous and that outcome is available at 3.30.