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Premier League Round 11 Betting Tips, Odds & Predictions

Premier League Round 11 Betting Tips & Predictions

Bournemouth v Man Utd

Get ready for the Premier League round 11 betting tips. This weekend’s schedule opens at Dean Court where Bournemouth host Manchester United from 12.30pm in front of the watching BT Sport cameras. The home side sit sixth in the table, carrying a record of six wins, two draws and a couple of defeats. Confidence is high in the camp as they set-up on the back of a four-game unbeaten run – win, win, draw, win.

Eddie Howe’s crew were last seen adding three points to their tally with an impressive victory over Fulham, leaving Craven Cottage with a 3-0 cheer. The hosts looked to be there for the taking and Bournemouth certainly took advantage. Wilson scored the first of two inside 14 minutes, converting a penalty; his second hit the net on 85, Brooks chipping in with the other. That was Callum Wilson’s fifth top-flight goal of the season and he’s attracting attention.

United’s Quality Shines Through

Manchester United start the round down in eighth, two places and three points worse off than their hosts. Five wins, two draws and three defeats is to blame for their less than inspiring start to the campaign. However, The Red Devils are threatening to turn the corner and have now lost just one of their last five; that run consists of two wins and a couple of level finishes. Meanwhile, pressure is building on Jose Mourinho.

Seven points from the last nine would suggest to fans better times are ahead, however; furthermore, they battled to a crucial three points at home on Sunday when beating Everton 2-1. Pogba and Martial scored inside 49 minutes to put them in a commanding position and despite a nervy finish – Sigurdsson halving the deficit on 77 from the penalty spot – United were able to see it out. Jose praised the quality of his team in what was a tight match.

Bookies Support Away Win

The trip to Dean Court should be similar to what we saw from Man Utd last week when scrapping to the points over Everton. There shouldn’t be an awful lot between the teams and Bournemouth will take some beating, given the confidence in the side. However, if the visitors play to the best of their ability, that quality should shine through again. Both teams to score is worth a look at 8/13 with Bet365, that would’ve been a winning bet in four of the last six meetings of these sides.

Bookies have been impressed by United’s improvement over the last couple of weeks. Although they’re not in any great rush to price them out of reach, they do come down in support of the away win and have Man Utd marked as favourite. 14/5.

 

Everton v Brighton

This looks to be the pick of the Saturday 3.00pm starts as Everton look to get back on track with a home win over lowly Brighton following last weekend’s defeat to Manchester United at Old Trafford. The Toffees headed to the theatre of dreams on the back of a solid run of form.

They certainly managed to put up a fight. However, they were unfortunately beaten 2-1, with a Sigurdsson goal wiped out by Pogba and Martial. The beaten side now sit ninth, having won four and drawn three of their first 10.

Seagulls Have Won Each of Their Last Three

Brighton can be found down in 11th place; however, they have caught the eye in recent starts and will board the team coach to Merseyside carrying the confidence that comes with winning each of their last three Premier League outings. Impressive, considering they’ve only won four all campaign.

The Seagulls completed the hat-trick with a 1-0 home win over Wolves last time out in a match many expected them to lose. Glenn Murray made the difference; he scored on 48 minutes and that was a landmark. It settled as his 100th goal for the club. He’s sure to score many more before the end of the season.

Toffees Price a Treat

These are two sides who suffered poor starts to the campaign; however, both have found their feet and are firing on all cylinders now. At the moment you’d expect Everton to finish higher up the table than Brighton at the final tally. Having said that, both have the quality to win the points here. If you fancy an entertaining game you can have both to score at 8/11.

Although this will be a close-run race, we’re taking the home side to win the match and bookies agree; all price Everton as favourites. If you fancy following us in you should do so at 5/1.

 

Arsenal v Liverpool

There are three live games scheduled for Saturday from the Premier League: Bournemouth v Man Utd at 12.30pm; this match kicking off at 5.30pm; there’s also Wolves v Tottenham going ahead at 7.45pm. A hectic schedule for sports fans and punters. This match promises to be a cracker as Arsenal aim to continue an unbeaten run that has lifted them back into the top-four and within touching distance of the leaders.

The Gunners put together an impressive run of victories; however, they were held to a draw last time out, ending 2-2 away to London rivals Crystal Palace. It was a derby match they were expected to win at a canter, but Arsenal went into the break 1-0 down. They fired back to take the lead through Xhaka and Aubameyang, before conceding an 83rd minute equaliser from the penalty spot. Unai Emery told members of the press he was disappointed.

Reds Continue Winning Ways

Liverpool’s progress has also been hampered by draws of late, ending level in half of their last four, but they did finish the weekend top of the league thanks to victory over Cardiff at Anfield on Saturday, their second maximum pay-out in-a-row and eighth goal in two games in all competitions. A fairly one-sided match, Salah, Mane (twice) and Shaqiri made the headlines, Paterson knocking a consolation for The Bluebirds.

A comfortable three Premier League points means Liverpool finished October with three wins, a draw and defeat from five goes in England and Europe. They started with a painful 1-0 away to Napoli but scored a combined nine against Belgrade, Huddersfield and Cardiff, while keeping a clean-sheet in a draw with main title rivals Man City. There’s certainly talent in the attack.

We’ll Get Goals at The Emirates

This has all the ingredients of a top-quality game of football and it’s sure to pull in a bumper TV audience on Saturday night. The teams played out a six-goal thriller when last meeting at this venue, 3-3 the score in the league back in December 2017, following a 4-0 Liverpool win at Anfield. Interestingly, 3-3 has popped-up twice in the five most recent matches. Both teams to score again is 5/2 (Bet365).

In the match betting you’ll find traders have set-up camp with Liverpool; they offer The Reds as favourites and William Hill giving 11/5.

 

Chelsea v Crystal Palace

The Blues are searching for an eighth league win of the season; that would see them put pressure on the leading pack. However, to achieve that, they must better a Crystal Palace side who love an upset and arrive with confidence to spare. Chelsea have drawn three of their last five but did get the win last time, hammering Burnley 4-0 on the road.

The Eagles halted a three-game losing run by claiming a point at home to fellow Londoners, Arsenal, last time out. Milivojevic grabbed a double, including an 83rd minute equaliser from the penalty spot. Experts didn’t give them a chance of taking anything from an in form opponent; however, Palace are a side who rarely meet expectations. They’ll look to make a nuisance of themselves again here.

Blues Oozing Confidence

Chelsea are oozing confidence at the minute; the very fact they enjoy home advantage should be enough to write off any chance of them dropping points here. The team are holding their own in the title race this season and look on-course for a top-four finish. The betting has them 5/1 (888Sport) the draw.

We’re going to back Chelsea for the win, but the stats make for very interesting reading. Each of the last three matches involving the neighbours have ended 2-1, including the team playing at home winning by that scoreline in each of the two last season. Take a 2-1 Chelsea win at 8/1 (Bet365).

 

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