Premier League preview 3-5 December
There is a big weekend of Premier League football approaching and it all starts at the Etihad Stadium. Two of the big guns clash on Saturday lunchtime, with Manchester City priced at 2.17 (Unibet ) to claim a big win over one of their title rivals.
Chelsea come into this match off the back of seven victories and it’s hard to see them losing at the moment. Therefore, the 3.55 with Unibet about an away win is likely to prove popular with punters.
Crystal Palace are badly in need of a victory when they entertain Southampton and perhaps the 3.45 with Unibet is a good shout about the Eagles, with the Saints having played Arsenal in the EFL Cup on Wednesday.
As far as a Saturday afternoon home banker goes, how about Stoke City at odds of 1.68 with Unibet ? The Potters are fresh from a 1-0 win at Watford and it was a clash where they dominated. Burnley are the visitors who were hapless when being beaten 4-0 at The Hawthorns recently.
Sunderland are another team who could be worth supporting. William Hill have 2.30 about the Black Cats beating a Leicester team who have looked fairly ordinary this season despite their Champions League success.
The Foxes are 2.25 with bet365 although that looks too short, with the same applying to Tottenham Hotspur when they entertain Swansea. Spurs are too short at 1.36 with Unibet considering that the Swans are picking up under Bob Bradley. They are 10.00 with BetVictor to win this one.
West Brom are a 2.10 chance to win against Watford, with West Ham clashing against Arsenal in a Saturday evening London derby. The Hammers are as big as 5.00 with BetVictor to win this one, although the Gunners haven’t been too convincing in recent weeks.
Arsene Wenger’s side are a 1.80 chance with Unibet to claim the spoils at the London Stadium although they look a touch short and the same applies to a Liverpool side travelling to Bournemouth on Sunday without the injured Philippe Coutinho.
The Reds are a 1.75 chance to win at the Vitality Stadium to get the job done, although the Cherries are no mugs at home, having held Tottenham to a goalless draw here before.
Eddie Howe’s side are as big as 5.00 with BetVictor to win this clash and another team trading at big odds are Everton who face a Manchester United side missing Wayne Rooney for this clash.
The Toffees are 3.80 with Unibet to win this match, with Ronald Koeman demanding an improvement at Goodison Park, while the Red Devils are strangely short to win the game at odds of 2.15.
Middlesbrough are a 1.80 chance to win against Hull on Monday night and we’ve been really impressed by Aitor Karanka’s side this season who seem to be steadily improving.