Weekly EPL Tips 26th September 2021

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Double (0.86/1)

Chelsea – Man City: Chelsea +0.5 goals (1/3)

Chelsea have managed to score in every game this season and boast three consecutive wins over Pep’s side. With Lukaku, they are now much more menacing too.

Crystal Palace – Brighton: Crystal Palace +0.5 goals (2/5)

If Palace fail to score at least once at home, I’d be shocked. Especially on the back of their last home match which ended in a 3-0 win against Spurs. Edouard managed two off the bench then, so deserves to start. I think he’ll be hard to contain, just like Zaha.

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Double: (1.77/1)

Everton – Norwich: Everton Win (4/6)

Norwich have been woeful this season, failing to pick up a point. Everton have won their only two league games at home and are sitting comfortably in sixth. I see no reason to bet against an Everton win.

Southampton – Wolves: Under 2.5 goals  (4/6)

Remarkably, none of Wolves’ five league games so far have managed more than two goals. Even worse, they’ve only managed two goals themselves. Both came in the one game. Both of Southampton’s home games have failed to manage more than two goals as well. Most recently a 0-0 against West Ham.

Gamblers Choice

Treble (23.62/1)

Leicester – Burnley: Leicester Win and Under 2.5 goals (14/5)

With how poor Burnley have been this season, I have to pick Leicester to win this. Burnley are notoriously a difficult team to thrash and I still expect the home side will have difficulty in getting all three points. They’ve only managed to net more than once in the league on one occasion this season, against the only team below Burnley; Norwich City.

Arsenal – Tottenham: Both teams to score (4/5)

Once from their last six league meetings has this game not seen both teams score. Neither team are filling their fans with confidence so should have extra hunger in the derby this weekend. I expect Arsenal to be very open. Hopefully that will force Spurs to be too.

Everton – Norwich: Everton to win and BTS (13/5)

In their two wins at home this season, Everton did concede. The two opponents were teams expected to be fighting for safety, like Norwich. At these odds, it’s worth a punt. At this level, any team can manage to score the one goal.

The odds in this article were sourced by Coral.

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