EPL Tips for 5th February 2023

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Aston Villa – Leicester City: Both Teams To Score (7/10)

The form book shows Leicester have remarkably managed to score in fifteen of their previous sixteen away trips in the league. Villa have also scored at home for five consecutive games. Against a Leicester side that have one point from five, they should be confident of scoring and probably taking the three points as well.

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DOUBLE (2.18/1)

Nottingham Forest – Leeds United: Both Teams To Score (4/6)

Eight of Leeds’ last eleven away ties in the division have ended with both teams scoring. Forest have been incredible at home, managing to stay unbeaten in six and have scored in nine of their ten at the City Ground. Everything points to both teams scoring this weekend.

Brentford – Southampton: Brentford To Win (10/11)

Brentford will want to make it three wins on the bounce at home and against a Southampton side that could be fatigued after having to face Newcastle midweek. If confidence wasn’t already low with them currently in the relegation zone, crashing out in the semis of the league cup won’t help matters either. I’d be shocked to see the Saints get a point.

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DOUBLE (12.2/1)

Brentford – Southampton: Brentford To Win And Both Teams To Score (3/1)

A big reason for Brentford’s strong campaign has been their home form, with just one defeat at the Gtech. That was also against the now runaway leaders, Arsenal. Welcoming the team at the bottom of the table should be a match they relish as they dream of a top six finish. They do have just one clean sheet in their last four at home though and I am counting on Southampton taking more risks to fight for their safety. They’ve scored in four of their last five away games and lost three.

Everton – Arsenal: Arsenal To Win And Both Teams To Score (23/10)

Everton have only failed to score once in their last seven at home in the league, yet still lost five of those seven. Their last three games have all ended in a loss and them scoring. Arsenal have won 8 of their last ten on their travels in the league and against an Everton down in 19th, it’s difficult to see them not leaving Liverpool without all three points.

The odds in this article were sourced from Coral sport.