Just for you, reader, I’ve taken a break from watching highlights of Harry Kane’s hat-trick against Bournemouth on repeat to potentially aid you in reaping some sort of financial reward. So feast your eyes on the tips below, and remember to bet carefully and responsibly.
I correctly tipped Jamie Vardy to score first for Leicester last weekend, so I might as well do it again. Vardy has now scored 10 goals in 10 Premier League games, while no other top flight player has scored more than six this season. The striker has been involved in 19 goals in his last 20 appearances, scoring 14 and assisting five. I’m sure his form will come to an end eventually, but Vardy will be hoping he can replicate his goal scoring display from last season at the Hawthorns this weekend.
All of the stats are against Watford, and that’s exactly why they will probably turn West Ham over at Vicarage Road. The Hornets have won just one of their 15 Premier League meetings with London clubs at home, drawing five and losing seven. West Ham are in fine form, particularly away from home, but they’ve only remained unbeaten in their first six games of a top flight season once before. The Hammers have scored at least twice in all five of their away matches so far this term. Watford will have to defend well like they did at Stoke last weekend if they are to pick up all three points.
Bournemouth have conceded five goals in each of their last two league games, against Manchester City and Tottenham respectively. They were a little firmer at the back against Liverpool in midweek, perhaps because Jurgen Klopp picked a weakened side for the Capital One Cup clash. It wouldn’t be hugely surprising to see the Cherries get turned over once again at Southampton on Sunday. The Saints are unbeaten in all eight of their previous home league games against Bournemouth, having not lost to them in the league at all since 1958. Goalkeeper Artur Boruc might be in for another rough ride against his former club.
I’m sure you will have heard, but I’ll say it again because reasons - Harry Kane is back. Yes, Kane’s hat-trick at Bournemouth last weekend marked an overdue return to goalscoring form for the striker. At the time of writing, Aston Villa are still managerless. With this in mind, Kane is likely to pick up where he left off at Dean Court against another club in defensive disarray. Villa have won only one of their last 13 league meetings with Spurs, losing nine and drawing three. If Kane gets the chances, he could put this one to bed singlehandedly.
Crystal Palace vs. Man United - AWAY WIN
Man City vs. Norwich - HOME WIN
Newcastle vs. Stoke - HOME WIN
Swansea vs. Arsenal - DRAW
Watford vs. West Ham - HOME WIN
West Brom vs. Leicester - DRAW
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