Premier League betting preview 19-21 Nov
The Premier League is coming to a screen near you, with Manchester United and Arsenal kicking off a full programme of matches and we don’t have any pesky international breaks until well into the New Year.
The Red Devils badly need to beat the Gunners if they are to get into the title race this season, with bet365 making them slight favourites at 2.50 to claim three points.
Jose Mourinho will desperately want to beat his old adversary Arsene Wenger, with the Frenchman hoping to guide Arsenal to the title in what could be his final season in charge at the Emirates.
The London side lost this fixture last season although you can get 2.80 with BetVictor that the Gunners get the job done at Old Trafford, something which would be a huge result in the context of the title race.
Jurgen Klopp will be watching the game with interest, although the German knows that Liverpool need to keep winning to retain top spot and William Hill offer a tempting 2.15 that the Reds win at St Mary’s on Saturday afternoon.
Sadio Mane left the Saints for Anfield in the summer and it’s worth noting that bet365 trade at 1.95 about the away win here, with BetVictor chalking up 3.70 about Claude Puel’s team winning the game.
Manchester City are another team in the title race and William Hill offer 1.55 that they claim a maximum haul away at Crystal Palace, although the Eagles will be confident of ruffling a few feathers.
After all, Pep Guardiola’s side have dropped plenty of points this term and Alan Pardew’s side are 7.00 (bet365) to get the win they so badly need.
Swansea also desperately need a win and it’s interesting to note that Bob Bradley has been heavily backed on the Sack Race market, with the American looking as though his time in South Wales could be short-lived.
The Swans are 7.00 to beat an Everton side who will be determined to make amends after losing 5-0 at Chelsea and the Toffees are 1.60 with William Hill to do exactly that by winning this game.
Stoke City are on the rise and William Hill go 2.25 about them beating Bournemouth at the bet365 Stadium, with the Cherries having lost their past couple of matches when you might have expected them to land a few points.
Sunderland and Hull meet in a basement clash and it’s tempting to get with the Black Cats at 2.20 to win this particular game, while Tottenham’s match against West Ham has Spurs as strong favourites at 1.55 with Unibet .
Chelsea will be a popular bet away to Middlesbrough and they are 1.50 to get the job done at the Riverside Stadium, while Monday’s clash takes place at The Hawthorns and one can’t help but feel that Burnley are a big price at 4.60 (BetVictor ) to win this game.