A few seemingly straightforward clashes in the Premier League this weekend leave a lot of value lying around on the bookies table, and we’re here to try and take advantage of that.
Last week our Anytime Goalscorer Accumulator was let down by Diego Costa’s failure to find the net, but our Premier League banker landed again to leave us with a total profit of £33.21.
The best bet this week is our Premier League Accumulator at 10.77/1 with bet365.
Stoke vs Crystal Palace: Crystal Palace will be licking their wounds after their demolition at home to Sunderland last weekend, and they have now lost seven of their last eight Premier League games. They face a Stoke side who have lost just one of their last ten at home despite a few tricky fixtures, so a home win looks likely here.
Sunderland vs Southampton: Sunderland put in a fantastic performance last weekend as they thrashed Crystal Palace 4-0. Now they face a Southampton side who have lost six of their last seven in the Premier League and have only won twice on the road all season. Sunderland may have been in poor form overall, but at home they have only lost two of their last seven so should be able to get something from this game.
Middlesbrough vs Everton: Everton played out one of the games of the season last weekend as they beat Bournemouth 6-3 to make it five wins from their last seven league games. Middlesbrough, on the other hand, are winless in seven league games and have lost four of them. They do have the potential to keep it tight, but I expect The Toffees to win and I simply can’t see a home win on the cards, so a 0.0 Asian Handicap backing is the safest option.
West Ham vs West Brom: West Ham have improved since the loss of Dimitri Payet, and their win over Southampton last weekend made it six league wins from their last nine. West Brom have been excellent this season but away from home they have lost five times and look a different team compared to their home performances.
This has to be one of the best prices available this weekend. Sunderland will be brimming with confidence after their emphatic thrashing of Crystal Palace last weekend, and even before that their home form looked respectable. They have lost just two of their last seven at the Stadium of Light and have won three of them.
Southampton made it three defeats on the trot last weekend and have won just four of their last 12 in the Premier League. Away from home they have only picked up all the points on two occasions this season and have lost seven of their 12 games, so The Black Cats getting at least a draw here looks very likely. In all honesty I’m expecting a Sunderland win, but the Double Chance offers a lot of value too and gives us the safer option.
All of these bets can be placed at Free Super Tips, the home of free sports betting tips.