We offer our unbiased, free Premier League tips, which are updated every game week. The last time we got 1/3 with Tottenham, winning over Leeds with a clean sheet. Take a look at my predictions here at Cometoplay.
These are our top 3 Premier League betting tips for this week, but keep in mind that the odds are always subject to change.
Leicester vs Leeds
J.Madisson to score and Over 2.5 Goals 13/5 (3.6)
Wolves vs Crystal Palace
Under 1.5 Goals 8/5 (2.6)
Tottenham vs Everton
H.Kane to score, BTTS and Over 2.5 Goals 11/4 (3.75)
Tip 1 – Leicester vs Leeds United – James Maddison to Score and Over 2.5 Goals
After their away win at Burnley, it looks like Brendan Rodgers has finally found the right formula for his team this season. On the other hand, after three successful years at Leeds, Marcelo Bielsa has been sacked, and now the new coach will be the American Jesse Marsch, but he will still need some time before he can get this Leeds team back together. Leicester is the favourite for this match as one of the best Premier League strikers, Jamie Vardy, returns from injury. He showed just how vital he is to this team after scoring and assisting in their previous match. Another one who picked up his form from the previous season is James Maddison, and I fully expect that in this match, there will be many goals, and Maddison will be on the scoresheet.
Tip 2 – Wolves vs Crystal Palace – Under 1.5 Goals
After the big three (Man City, Liverpool and Chelsea), Wolves are the side who has kept the most clean sheets this season, while Palace, in their away games this season, also is not known for scoring more than one goal. That’s why in this match, I predict that there won’t be many goals, and their last four Premier League matches prove just that.
Tip 3 – Tottenham vs Everton – Harry Kane to score, BTTS and Over 2.5 Goals
Although the Spurs brought Conte so they can finally win a trophy, now it is official that this will be another trophyless season for Tottenham and Harry Kane. Conte’s side continues to play unpredictable football, as after their away trashing against Leeds, they failed to beat Championship side Middlesborough and got knocked out of the FA Cup. Now, they can completely focus on the league and try to get into one of the places that lead to European football next season. For me, both teams have an equal chance of winning in this game, which is why I predict that there will be goals, and both teams will score at least one or two goals. Finally, Everton is one of Harry Kane’s favourite teams to play against, as he already has scored 11 times against them, two of which were last year at Goodison Park.
These are my Premier League betting tips for this midweek fixture. Hopefully, our analysis is correct, and it will help you make some money from some of the most popular betting sites.