EPL Tips for 30th October 2022
Brighton – Chelsea: Chelsea Draw No Bet (8/11)
Since Potter left Brighton, things have got worse for the Seagulls. Without a victory, they won’t look forward to welcoming him back. He returns with a Chelsea side that are clearly improving. I’m confident the Londoners will get all three points, but the insurance is there with a draw no bet. I struggle to see Brighton getting the win.
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Fulham – Everton: Both Teams To Score (4/6)
In their previous ten games, Fulham have been involved in nine that had both teams scoring. Everton have scored in four of their six games away from home as well. Both these facts alone gives me confidence with this tip.
Arsenal – Nottingham Forest: Arsenal To Be Winning At 30 mins (6/5)
I wouldn’t usually go for these type of bets but Arsenal have been winning at the 30 minute mark in seven of their last eight games at home. Even more reason to back this is because I suspect they will come into this with extra motivation, on the back of their draw to Southampton last week.
Arsenal – Nottingham Forest: Arsenal Win And Both Teams To Score (15/8)
After the disappointment of dropping points at St Mary’s last week, Arsenal will welcome Forest at the Emirates, in a game the Gunners will be desperate to show that last week was just a blip. This bet just sticks out as a very obvious bet. Arsenal have won their last eight in the league when at home, but they’ve remarkably conceded in all those games too.
Brighton – Chelsea: Chelsea Win (29/20)
The price being offered on a Chelsea win is too inviting to ignore. The form of the two sides has changed completely since Graham Potter left Brighton for pastures new at Chelsea. Two points in their last five won’t help their confidence when they welcome Potter back this weekend. Even worse is the fact that he has turned their season around since being appointed. Without any doubt, I feel the away win is the most likely result.
Crystal Palace – Southampton: Crystal Palace Win (10/11)
Palace have got the job done at home this season, especially when it’s teams from the bottom half of the table. Solid victories against Wolves, Leeds and Aston Villa have all left Selhurst Park this season empty handed and I expect the same for the Saints. Though they did manage to beat Bournemouth on their last away day, before that they had lost away to similar level sides as Palace. (Aston Villa and Wolves).
The odds in this article were sourced from Coral Sport.