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Something for the weekend – Free Tips for the Footie for starters!

Posted on by Sean Trivass

The magic of the FA Cup may have provided us with plenty of entertainment last weekend, but it didn’t do any favours for our accumulator. Now we return to the more familiar and predictable ground of the Premier League searching for profit.

The excellent victory for Millwall did see our value bet of the weekend fly in though, which leaves us with a running profit of £13.21

The best bet this week is our Premier League accumulator at 14.2/1 with bet365.

Premier League Accumulator – £10 returns £152.20

Chelsea vs Swansea: Swansea may have improved recently under Paul Clement, but they’re coming up against a Chelsea side who have won 16 of their last 19 Premier League matches and sit comfortably on top of the table. The hosts have won nine of their last 11 home games by at least a two goal margin, and with Swansea losing nine of their last 12 away matches another comfortable victory for Chelsea looks to be on the cards.

Everton vs Sunderland: Everton were held to a goalless draw at Middlesbrough last time out, but at Goodison Park they are a different beast altogether. They have won four of their last five games and have scored 13 goals in their last three at home. They’re facing a Sunderland side who have lost six of their last seven on the road, and with their attackers struggling on the road they have lost six of their last nine away from home by more than a single goal.

Hull vs Burnley: Marco Silva seems to have completely turned Hull’s fortunes around recently, and they come into this having won four on the bounce at home. This includes wins over both Manchester United and Liverpool, and they’re facing a Burnley side who have lost ten of their 11 away days in the Premier League this season.

West Brom vs Bournemouth: The Baggies are enjoying a fantastic season at the moment and have won six of their last seven league games at The Hawthorns, keeping three clean sheets in the process. This isn’t good news for Bournemouth, who have lost six of their last seven games on the road and conceded 21 goals in the process.

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Everton – at home to Sunderland

 

Premier League Banker: West Brom to Win – £20 returns £41

This is a huge value bet for a Premier League fixture, and it just edges out a Hull win as our choice bet of the weekend.

West Brom have enjoyed a fantastic season under Tony Pulis and have put the notion that they are a defensively minded team to bed with a number of fantastic attacking displays. Their 1-0 win over Stoke in their last clash at The Hawthorns was their third consecutive Premier League victory at home, and they have won six of their last seven there. Their only failure to win was against Manchester United.

Bournemouth, on the other hand, are in the midst of a bit of a crisis. Their lost 2-0 at home to Manchester City in their last clash to follow on from their 6-3 thrashing at Everton. They are now winless in seven games in all competitions and have conceded an average of three goals per game.

Generally the visitors’ attacking players perform well, but star striker Callum Wilson is expected to miss the rest of the season and West Brom are still a defensively sound team at home. The goals could dry up for Bournemouth here, but the goals at the other end are showing no signs of stopping.

With The Cherries losing eight of their 12 away days in the Premier League this season, including five of their last six, backing West Brom to win at 21/20 is a fantastic choice.

All of these bets can be placed at Free Super Tips, the home of free sports betting tips.


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