Straight off an eventful Champions League midweek rendezvous, we are stuck in the midst of another potentially exciting Premier League weekend. So no better time to win a bet, yeah?
Manchester City are running away with the title on the back of a particularly impressive defence, conceding an average of just 0.6 goals per game in the top-flight so far.
And Chelsea and Manchester United, both of who have had their troubles and separated by six points on the table, square off in what is unarguably the biggest game of the weekend.
But where can we find value with 1xbet from the Premier League this time around?
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Bruno Fernandes to score anytime (3.1) and Manchester United to win at least one half (2.15)
Both Chelsea and Manchester United have embarked on a run of unbeaten games, eight for the Blues under Thomas Tuchel now and that will be same for United if they do not bite the dust in their Europa League return leg versus Real Sociedad on Thursday evening.
Thus, their clash at Stamford Bridge on Sunday makes for an interesting spectacle, one which should see enough of actions at both ends of the pitch.
Ole Gunnar Solksjaer’s men have yet to taste defeat from 12 league road trips this term, of which Bruno Fernandes has scored seven of his 15 league tally, and set up another four.
At 3.1 to find the net anytime, the Portuguese presents a very exciting goalscorer option and one which we’re snapping up.
Chelsea and Tuchel have pulled their weight thus far, but we’ve seen the Red Devils come back from losing positions a lot this season. If they trail the first or second half of play but go on to nick a win in either of them yet again (2.15) with their talisman getting on the score sheet, combine that and you have quite a sizeable punt.
Everton to beat Southampton (2.28) and over 2.5 match goals (2.02)
On Monday, Everton will be presented with a great chance to build on last weekend’s memorable derby victory over Liverpool when they welcome Southampton to Goodison Park.
The Saints have been dire, to say the least, picking up just a solitary point from their last eight in the division and didn’t look like putting up much fight when going down 3-0 to Leeds last time out. So the signs are looking ominous for Ralph Hasenhüttl and his wards who have not won in their last six attempts at this ground.
The Toffees could provisionally move into the top six with another victory here, and are available at a chunky prize of 2.28 odds.
If you’re interested in getting even more value from this one, you might consider the goal markets too. Southampton have conceded 22 goals in the last eight, with over 2.5 goals landing in their last three away from home.
Their opposition are not likely to hold back here, and we could see a lot of potential chances been gifted against the floundering Saints defence. In light of that, a high-scoring encounter beckons and we’re adding the over 2.5 goals market to suffice here.
Both teams to score in Manchester City vs West Ham clash (2.16)
City returned from the victory in Germany midweek with their 24th competitive clean sheet of the campaign, a tally unparalleled across Europe’s top five divisions ahead of this weekend games.
That is impressive, but up against an exciting West Ham outfit, we reckon they ‘d be running into a brick wall. Even if they eventually go on to win, expect the Hammers to give them a scare, and of course leave their print on the scoreline.
The Citizens have yet to concede here in their last six league matches, all of which they won but the season’s surprise package West Ham who start this weekend in fourth are yet to taste defeat in their last five league games away from home.
If you back them to score, be rest assured they can even give it a late surge even when they are trailing. Infact, only Manchester United have rescued more away league points after conceding first this term than the seven they’ve managed. Buoyed by the reborn Jesse Lingard, we are backing them to get a fair share of the goals, even if Pep Guardiola’s side will outscore them.
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