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Another Liverpool Goalfest And Four Other Tempting Bets For The Premier League Weekend

Darren Holland
By Darren Holland
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It's that time of the week again when we make you some money from this weekend's Premier League games. 

Granted, we were 0/5 from last week's picks, but some got damn close, and we just know we're on the cusp of figuring this crazy league out


With that, we present our most interesting bets of the week. We're confident at least one of these will pay dividends this week.... we hope!

The Balls.ie Football Show Ladbrokes Bet Of The Week

Chelsea and Man City to both score @ 6/1

The Ladbrokes in-store special for this weekend is also our best of the week - an incredible offer that's too good to miss!

There is possibly no better way to start this weekends action than a top of the table Premier League clash. Many will have chalked Manchester City and Chelsea down at the beginning of the season as favourites to lift the coveted trophy come May. And with 13 games played to date, neither side look like letting up.


There is always the possibility of a pulsating game of football when the most lethal goal scoring threats in the country - Sergio Aguero and Diego Costa - will be aiming to add to their tally and put a dent on their opponents title hopes.

There is very little to separate these two sides as the Premier League table suggests but Man City will enter the game buoyed by the fact that Chelsea have only defeated them once at home in the past eight fixtures.

While Chelsea may be liable to concede first - such is City's tendency to score early goals - they always remain likely to regain control due to the rigidity of Antonio Conte's tactics. Following the 90 minutes of action, don't expect these teams to be separated.



Ladbrokes are offering money back on the both teams to score @6/1 on the Man City Vs Cheslea game. Come in store to bet

Draw/Tottenham vs Swansea @3/1

Despite the fact they are in the relegation zone, Swansea seem rejuvenated in recent weeks. Their nine goal thriller against Crystal Palace will go down in the history books and may be the result needed to kick-start their season. They travel to London searching for a result against a Spurs team which have been struggling in recent times.


Mauricio Pochettino has failed to recapture the form of the 2015/16 season which resulted in a top three finish. While Tottenham started the season in promisingly, their form since mid-October has been anything but.

Having only registered one victory in their past ten games, there is every chance of Swansea leaving with a result. However, Spurs realise there is a growing sense of frustration around White Hart Lane and will want to reassure supporters that they are out of their blip entering the Christmas period and should defeat Swansea, even if it is rather unconvincing.

Leicester To Score First & Sunderland To Score Last @ 7/2

While mediocrity plagues Sunderland as they continue to hang around the relegation zone before inevitably winning the last six games of the season to miraculously stay up. Like clockwork at this stage. That being said, they appear to have finally discovered some form winning two of their past three games. Once Jermain Defoe is on the pitch he remains a threat to the Leicester defence which has leaked almost as many goals (22) as Sunderland (23).


On the other hand, Claudio Ranieri has to find a way to reintroduce their European form to the domestic game. Not many expected the title holders to mount a challenge this season but to be hovering above relegation a third of the way through the season few could have predicted. A win in the Stadium of Light may be enough to spur on their season.

Both Teams To Score & Arsenal To Win vs West Ham @ 21/10

The late kick off on Saturday comes in the form of (yet another) London derby. Arsenal make the short journey to the Olympic Stadium hoping to add to West Ham's woes. Last season, the Hammers went unbeaten against their rivals as Reece Oxford came to prominence ahead of 60,000 people inside the Emirates. Fifteen months later, that must seem like a distant memory for Slaven Bilic as his team are now just a point adrift of relegation.

Arsenal will aim to capitlise upon the Manchester City and Chelsea result and extend their unbeaten run of Premier League games to twelve. However, Arsene Wenger may once again curse the footballing gods as his team is without seven players through injury - most notably Bellerin, Giroud and Mertesacker.


While Arsenal are heavy favourites, they are liable to concede so it could be one of the safer bets this weekend to put money on both teams to score and West Ham's misery to continue.

Over 4.5 Goals In Liverpool vs Bournemouth @ 7/2

This is the type of match that will have the pundits in Sky Sports studios shouting uncontrollably as the goals continue to flow. Liverpool are undeniably one of the most exciting teams to watch in England this season as they have found the back of the net on 32 occasions - which is the most in the league. Five of their 13 games to date have contained 4.5+ goals and this one should be no different.

Eddie Howe's team may be a solid outfit by conceding few and scoring less but when Jurgen Klopp has his side playing fluid attacking football  - as they so often do - then it can be a problem for even the most disciplined defences.



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