Here are our EPL Week 7 Predictions. Betmeister (BM) has lost a little ground to Little Sidekick (LS) after a crazy unpredictable week of football predictions. Our BBC rival Lawro picked up only a few wins but exact scores help him grab some good points and remains the leader.
Manchester City v Everton betting preview
This is the pick of the week and features the last unbeaten team in the league going away to one of the title favourites. Man City have the home record to end Everton’s run but the Toffees do have what it takes to win this. They will need to be at their best, though. An Everton win is about as big odds as an Aston Villa win was last week – food for thought? Pretty good odds on a draw, too.
Liverpool v Crystal Palace betting preview
Liverpool had a solid result at Sunderland and will be looking for more of the same against a Palace team that were soundly beaten at Southampton. Hard to see Crystal Palace nicking a win at Anfield, reflected in the odds of 12 to 1. ’nuff said.
Cardiff City v Newcastle betting preview
Now here’s an even looking contest – anyone’s guess what the score will end up at but a draw will give you the best return. Cardiff City are having a blinder of a debut Premier League season and come off a win at Fulham. Newcastle were outclassed by Everton and will be hungry in front of the Magpie faithful.
Fulham v Stoke City betting preview
Here is another very difficult to predict match between two seemingly even matched teams. Last week we thought Fulham at home would surely prevail after their ordinary start but they lost. Stoke are also coming off a home loss to Norwich City was was totally unexpected by most punters. Again, no clear favourite but best odds on a draw – sounds like a plan.
Hull City v Aston Villa betting preview
Wow – Hull have looked really tight on their return to the EPL this season and will look to continue their good home form against the Villa. The Midlands team have beaten Arsenal and Manchester City already this year but which Aston Villa will turn up on Saturday at 3 is the question. Bookies have Hull as slight favourites
Sunderland v Manchester United betting preview
Last week we boldly predicted the only banker of the week was a Man United win against West Brom. Ahem. That was the old United we were thinking of. However – Sunderland are a different proposition to the Super Baggies and SURELY with the quality they have they will rebound this time. Good odds for a draw if you’re brave.
Norwich City v Chelsea betting preview
Live on Sky Sports 1 on Sunday, this one could be an interesting watch. Norwich will be very happy with last weeks result away to Stoke but this is Chelsea and wins don’t come often for the Canaries against them. Very good returns if you put your money on Norwich or even a draw. The Blues will surely prevail though?
Southampton v Swansea City betting preview
In this topsy-turvy season this battle looks to be a great one to watch. Expect a tough contest and one that Swansea should be pressing hard to emerge victorious from, having lost narrowly at home to the Gunners last week. Southampton are good value and riding high with 11 points already – equal with Chelsea. On form and at home you’d favour the Saints and the best return is on a Swans win.
West Brom v Arsenal betting preview
The Baggies are back on form after one of the biggest upsets for years at Old Trafford last time out. With table-topping Arsenal visiting they will need a repeat performance to get a result. The Gunners start as clear favourites and are running hot in all competitions. Mesut Ozil has transformed them into a confident group and to bet against them taking all the points here will give you good odds indeed. Worth a shout.
Tottenham v West Ham United betting preview
Spurs are going along very nicely and although held by Chelsea last week they should be more than a match for West Ham – although this is far from a banker! The Hammers are in desperate need of points but just haven’t been getting the ball in the back of net enough. Massive returns to be had for a West Ham win at White Hart Lane (7.5 at time of writing).
Next Premier League betting tips (EPL Week 7 Predictions):
|Home Team||Result||Away Team||BM Tips||BM Points||LS Tips||LS Points||Best Odds|
|Fulham||1-0||Stoke City||1-1||0||1-0||3||P P|
|Hull City||0-0||Aston Villa||2-2||1||1-1||1||Wm Hill|
|Liverpool||3-1||Crystal Palace||3-1||3||4-0||1||P P|
|Sunderland||1-2||Man Utd||0-2||1||1-4||1||P P|
|Norwich City||1-3||Chelsea||1-3||3||0-2||1||Wm Hill|
|Spurs||0-3||West Ham||4-0||0||3-0||0||P P|
Premier League Betting Tips Season Aggregate Scores:
|BM Points||LS Points||Lawro Points|
Includes comparison with BBC football expert Mark Lawrenson
In EPL Week 6 predictions Betmeister picked up just 5 points with just 3 correct results whilst arch rival Little Sidekick managed to claw back with 7 points even though he also only got 3 right. Two of his were exact scores – but he remains 10 points adrift of BM who still trails Lawro by 4.
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