The drama continues and this weekend, we’re in for a treat as Liverpool travel to North London for the clash of the weekend. Tottenham are looking for a win to replicate last years’ title race while Liverpool have their own reasons for winning following their embarrassing loss to Burnley last weekend. We’ll take a closer look at what betting on the premier league looks like this weekend, which teams are looking stronger and the most sensible bets you should be making.
Liverpool have been somewhat inconsistent in their opening two games. They won a spectacular match away from home against Arsenal in a four goal thriller then losing to Burnley in an encounter dominated by Klopp’s men. Liverpool conceded five goals in two games, which proves that changes to the defensive strategies are imminent for a top four finish.
Tottenham drew against Everton in their opening match and secured a narrow win over Alan Pardew’s men in their second game. Both Tottenham’s matches have ended in under 2.5 goals but the dynamics change when two big teams clash. The Spurs have a bad history against Liverpool, losing five of their seven last meetings and drew two. The last time they beat Liverpool was in the 2012/2013 season.
Tottenham are the slight favourites heading into the match with odds currently at 29/20. In their last seven meeting, all matches finished in over 2.5 goals, which is currently at 81/100.
Manchester United look strong and solid. They netted five goals in two games and conceding only one and their Swedish star forward wasted no time getting making his mark at his new club. The red devils will travel to Hull City to face a team who also won their first two matches. Hull beat the Champions of England Leicester City and Swansea away from home and tenner on Hull City will potentially return £81.50.
Manchester City are on a roll of their own and this week they face West Ham at home. Their last five meetings saw Man City win two, lose two and draw one and Manchester City are the favourites once again to win the game, with odds at 3/10. Aguero has been on fire, scoring three goals in two games. Bet on Aguero to score first is pretty lucrative, considering he scored the first goal in both matches. Odds are currently at 49/20.
The Champions, Leicester city are looking for their first win as they failed to bring forward the winning momentum from the previous season. They host Swansea City and the Foxes are the favourites with odds at 19/25 to win the game. Both Leicester and Swansea have only scored one goal in both matches and odds for the match to finish under 2.5 goals are at 77/100.