Weekly EPL Tips 21st November 2021
Aston Villa – Brighton: Aston Villa Win Or Draw (2/5)
With the squad they have, Villa really shouldn’t be languishing as low as 16th in the table. I expect the change of manager will allow them to play with renewed confidence against a Brighton side that haven’t won in six. I can’t see Brighton having enough quality to get all three points.
Wolves – West Ham: West Ham 0.5+ Goals (2/7)
Flying high at the minute with four wins on the bounce, including against Everton, Spurs and Liverpool, to count on them at least scoring once feels a safe bet. Only once this season have they failed to score and in their last two leagues games they managed seven.
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Norwich – Southampton: Southampton Win (21/20)
Over the last four games, Southampton have proved they have a knack of getting the better of the teams around them. Beating Leeds, Watford and Villa 1-0. With not much time to work with his neq squad, I think Smith will struggle to get the better of a solid Saints side.
Tottenham – Leeds: Tottenham Win (8/11)
In appointing Antonio Conte, you are assured the team will be well drilled and know their roles. Attacking and defending in numbers. Without Bamford, Leeds have struggled to hurt teams. Only managing to score twice on one occasion and that was against rock bottom Norwich. I expect Spurs to manage the game well and get a fairly comfortable win.
Liverpool – Arsenal: Liverpool Win And Both Teams To Score (17/10)
Following their humbling defeat to City in August, Arsenal have managed to stay unbeaten. Liverpool have surprisingly failed to win either of their last two but should use that as motivation to grab three crucial points. I expect Arsenal to give a good account of themselves and score but Liverpool have the ability to make it look easy, especially if the Arsenal players hearts go. Something the fans have become too familiar with seeing.
Burnley – Crystal Palace: Both Teams To Score (20/23)
In their last three games, Burnley have been involved in games where both teams have scored. Crystal Palace have scored in their last six, four of which were games that also had both teams scoring. Burnley have only lost once in their last six, whilst Palace haven’t lost in six. I feel this should give both sides the confidence to play for the win.
Aston Villa – Brighton: Aston Villa to Win (6/4)
At these odds, it’s worth backing. Brighton’s form has definitely dropped. Their offensive game is arguably one of the weakest in the league. Villa are stacked offensively with the likes of Ings, Traore, Buendia and Traore. Gerrard will push them to attack and the home win seems the likeliest result in my opinion.
The odds in this article were sourced from Coral Sport.