Premier League GW14 Betting Tips: Back Palace to Win to Nil
There's a rake of fixtures for soccer betting fans to enjoy this weekend. Crystal Palace take on Burnley at home in what I predict will be a sweep for the Eagles, while up north the Blues are expected to bang more than a couple past Bournemounth. Read below for our full set of tips and analysis on the Saturday EPL kickoffs:
Crystal Palace vs Burnley | Saturday 15:00
Surely the time is ripe for Crystal Palace to enjoy their first home win of the season. The Eagles were the better team at Old Trafford last weekend and should prosper against a Burnley side who have now lost eight of their thirteen matches this term.
Huddersfield Town vs Brighton & Hove Albion | Saturday 15:00
This match looks set to be tight. Huddersfield have only conceded one goal in their past three matches and David Wagner will want his team to be similarly robust against a Brighton side who also have the art of defending down to a fine tee.
Leicester City vs Watford | Saturday 15:00
Hard to make a strong case for either team and they could end up cancelling each other out at the King Power. Leicester are short of goals and Watford will look to steady the ship after losing 3-0 at home to Liverpool last weekend.
Manchester City vs AFC Bournemouth | Saturday 15:00
How many goals will Manchester City score this time? It’s a bit of a guessing game although they are not only likely to win the clash but also stop Bournemouth from scoring. There are a couple of different types of bets to explore here, but I fancy Both Teams to Score the best.
Newcastle United vs West Ham United | Saturday 15:00
Newcastle are bidding for a fourth straight win although it’s worth noting that they have lost five times at St James’ Park this season and West Ham have recently drawn at Leicester and beaten Burnley 4-2.
Southampton vs Manchester United | Saturday 17:30
The Saints are in dire straits at the moment although there are reasons for getting with them on the Asian Handicap against a Manchester United team who don’t appear to be playing for their manager.