Everton v Liverpool Equalization, coef. 4.2
Obviously in such confrontations it is difficult to make predictions and placing this bet is somewhat risky.
However given the data as the form of the teams and above all the high odds, perhaps this will be a tempting opportunity for bettors this week.
Everton have lost just 1 of their last 8 home games against Livepool and the other 7 have ended in a draw. Everton have also won all 7 of the games they have played so far and are going through an extraordinary form, but will face the Liverpool champions, whose quality cannot be questioned.
As a result the draw is a very probable result and with such a coefficient it is a good chance of winning.
Chelsea vs Southampton Over 3.5 goals are scored, odds. 2.4
In 4 games played this season, Chelsea has produced results with at least 4 goals in each of them. Lampard seems to have not yet found the right balance and the team scores because of the quality it possesses, but also suffers many chances during the match and consequently the opponents also score at their own goal.
On the other hand, Southampton will have hopes for the striker Ings who has continued the good form of last season this season as well.
With Chelsea still unconvinced, the safest bet will be with goals and given the recent results of the teams we suggest the above bet.
Manchester City vs Arsenal Both teams score, odds. 1.57
Another big showdown in the Premier League that promises spectacle. However when it comes to predicting the outcome it is difficult to determine a clear winner. Manchester City has a better team, but Arsenal has shown better form this season.
Consequently we suggest you play the above bet, both teams score.
Of the 7 total matches that these two teams have played in Premier League this season, in 6 of them the above bet has resulted in a winner. Both teams have an average of 2 goals per game and this is another clue that leads to the idea that this match will have goals scored by both teams.
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