There are some rather exciting stories brewing in the Premier League. It is quite hard to work out exactly which sides are in form and which are struggling. Even the seasons best team, Manchester City, have a had a little wobble of late, and if you were going to predict the next round of fixtures, it would be hard to work out precisely what is likely to happen.
This is especially the case because some interesting Premier League ties are coming up this weekend. There are titanic tussles like the North London derby, where a newly invigorated Arsenal take on a Tottenham side which were great against Liverpool. There are also some games that will provoke a great deal of intrigue like Manchester City vs Leicester, which has thrown up some wild games in recent years and Chelsea, who are in awful form and seemingly unravelling, taking on West Brom who cannot buy a win but have looked much improved under Alan Pardew.
This can make it tough for anyone who likes to animate games by placing a little bet. Accumulators are suddenly minefields, bankers like City, United and Chelsea have become anything but with their form fluctuating so wildly. There are, luckily, so many offers now when we bet that you can do a number of bets risk-free. However, it is still frustrating to lose a bet especially when a big team lets you down. If you are thinking of placing a bet on these weekends game’s, then click here for all the offers that can help you to place free or heavily subsidised bets. With it being so hard it makes sense to take up these offers to ensure that you do not lose any of your own hard earned money.
To try and help out and give you some ideas about where best to wager your wonga, we thought we would give you three tips for bets for this weekends games. With so many markets and types of bet, it can be tough to know where to start. Hopefully, this guide can help you to make some money this weekend.
More than three goals in the North London derby
Both Arsenal and Spurs are very attack-minded sides, they will go at one another and will not be too worried about conceding as they know they have the firepower to blow the other team away. Arsenal reinforced up front with the addition of Pierre Emerick Aubameyang who scored on his debut as well as Henrikh Mkhitaryan, who will likely be able to lay goals on a plate for this team. The white side of North London has Harry Kane being served by Christian Eriksen and Hung-Ming Son to get them goals.
Arsenal have had four goals in three of their last four matches while for Spurs it is twice in their last four Premier League games. Expect a goal fest at Wembley come Saturday.
Man City to get back on track and get a clean sheet
Leicester have been in pretty iffy form recently having been swept aside by Everton and limping to a draw with Swansea. It seems as if they will be without their star Riyad Mahrez for their game at the Etihad, which would have been hard enough even if they did have their Algerian wizard.
The city will also be looking to bounce back from a painful draw with Burnley that saw their lead at the top cut by two points. They will be hoping to make a statement ahead of their Champions League tie with Basel as well. Guardiola does not mess around, so expect a strong lineup and a strong win for the league leaders. With Leicester missing their main creative outlet, bet on a City win with a clean sheet. City managed to keep them out in the reverse fixture and will likely do so again.
Watford to continue their great run against West Ham
Watford have been doing pretty well in the Premier League since Javi Gracia took over and looked calmer and organised than at the end of Marco Silva’s short rollercoaster reign. West Ham, on the other hand, look to be facing a degree of turmoil, with manager David Moyes struggling to organise and work out who are his best players. Watford shone in their demolition of Chelsea, expect to see them play well again and heap more pressure onto Moyes.