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Premier League Betting: Plenty of mid-week action!


The Premier League continues with a full round of mid-week fixtures. Here are our selections for each match.

Sunderland v Queens Park Rangers

This is the first match that Harry Redknapp takes charge of as the new QPR boss. Expect a much stronger performance from the away side but Sunderland should just edge this at a best price of 13/10 with BetVictor.

Aston Villa v Reading

This really is a six pointer with both clubs down near the bottom of the league. Aston Villa have the home advantage and are just favourites at even money with BetVictor. They should just sneak a win despite the improving form of Reading.

Chelsea v Fulham

Chelsea face their second home game in four days and they are big favourites at 4/9 with Bet365 to beat their local rivals. It’s difficult to see anything other than a first win for Rafael Benitez as the new Chelsea manager.

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Everton v Arsenal

Everton have been one of the strongest teams at home this season. They opened with a win against Manchester United and Arsenal could have their work cut out to get a result. However, Arsenal have looked better and better in recent weeks and 13/8 with Betfred is a great price on the away team.

Southampton v Norwich City

Southampton are building a little bit of momentum following recent wins and they will take the game to Norwich from the first whistle. Don’t be surprised to see a big home win here which makes 11/10 with Bet365 seem as though it should be odds on.

Stoke City v Newcastle United

Stoke is one of the most difficult grounds to go away to and Newcastle could struggle considering their recent league form. Stoke are evens with BetVictor which punters need to pounce on quickly before it changes to odds on across the market.

Swansea City v West Bromwich Albion

West Brom are third in the table, a position they would never have even dreamt of before the season started. The fact they are as long as 15/8 with Betfred to sneak a win in Wales is far too good a chance to turn down. Go for the away victory.




Tottenham Hotspur v Liverpool

Arguably the pick of the mid-week fixtures sees Liverpool go away to Spurs. Spurs have been decent but not spectacular at home this season but they should have enough to beat Liverpool with the best odds 6/4 from BetVictor.

Manchester United v West Ham United

West Ham have gone to Old Trafford in the past and created a real problem for the Premier League giants. Expect more of the same but Manchester United are finding ways to win against all sorts of opponents so stick them on your accumulator at 2/9 with either Bet365 or Betfred.

Wigan Athletic v Manchester City

Manchester City will be looking for a win following the 0-0 draw at Stamford Bridge over the weekend. Despite how unpredictable Wigan can be at home, Manchester City should win this one comfortably at odds of 4/7 with BetVictor.

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