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Premier League betting tip: 5 best bets for the games between November 10-11

Ben Darvill 8 Nov 2018
Sergio Aguero of Manchester City. (Photo by Ian Walton/Getty Images)

Premier League betting tip: 5 best bets for the games between November 10-11. Read on for our best bets for the games between November 10-11 in the Premier League inclduing the Manchester derby, and Wolves trip to face Arsenal.


Leicester vs Burnley (Saturday, 15:00 GMT)


Leicester were able to come through a very emotional game against Cardiff last weekend with a 1-0 win in the Welsh capital. The win helped the Foxes to rise up to 10th in the league with 16 points after five wins, one draw and five defeats has seen the side start well on the pitch. Opponents Burnley arrive with just two wins to their name, along with two draws and seven defeats, and they have conceded a massive 25 goals in their 11 games as they continue to struggle massively this season with Sean Dyche’s side meandering close to the relegation zone. With this in mind, it seems something of a no-brainer to back Leicester to win this one when considering Burnley have only picked up four points on the road all season.




Crystal Palace vs Tottenham (Saturday, 17:30 GMT)


Crystal Palace’s season is one that is still yet to really get off the ground, with their penchant for losing games and not scoring worrying for their fans. After 11 matches they have tasted victory just twice, drawing twice and losing seven times along the way. Tottenham arrive on the back of a hugely encouraging 2-1 win over PSV Eindhoven in the Champions League that has kept their hopes in the competition alive. In the league, their last match was a 3-2 away win over Wolves, which saw the London side finish the weekend in fourth in the league with 24 points, while Palace are some way back in 14th with eight points. With their recent form in mind, which has seen Palace winless at home in five, and Spurs top of the table as far as points picked up on the road with 18 in seven games, we are confident backing Tottenham to win this one. 




Liverpool vs Fulham (Sunday, 12:00 GMT)


As games go for the two sides, this will be the best and worst possible fixtures for Liverpool and Fulham respectively. Liverpool were beaten 2-0 by Red Star Belgrade in the Champions League in the week as an insipid performance saw the Reds fall to a shock loss. However, prior to this, Liverpool had been unbeaten in seven matches, while they are yet to lose in the league this season. Fulham on the other hand are in real trouble. Just five points from 11 games is an awful total, and they have recently been beaten by the likes of Cardiff and Huddersfield, with the two able to pick up vital points in their own relegation battles, compounding Fulham’s misery. On the road, Fulham have picked up just one point in six matches, which has predominantly been down to their style of play. Away from home, most teams that sit in the lower-echelons of the table will set up to stay tight and be tough to beat. However, Slavisa Jokanovic has continued to ask his team to attack and pile forward, allowing their opponents time and space to exploit, something they simply cannot do against Liverpool. While the Reds were poor on Tuesday, if they are given space, the likes of Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino will punish their opponents, and with this in mind, along with the fact Liverpool are scoring 2.40 goals per home game and Fulham are conceding 2.67 goals per away game, we are confident backing goals for Liverpool in this one.




Manchester City vs Manchester United (Sunday, 16:30 GMT)


Manchester City and Manchester United renew hostiles once again, with the sides partaking in what will surely be yet another fascinating addition to their rich history. City come into this one with a very impressive record in the league as they are yet to lose a game, winning nine and drawing twice. United on the other hand have been better in recent weeks, and they have won six times, drawing twice and losing three games, and while they have improved, they are still a rather sizeable nine points behind City at the top. Worryingly for United, City’s last cluster of home games has seen the side looking irresistible. An aggregate scoreline of 19-1 in their last four games in all competitions at the Etihad Stadium has included three scores of five or more, with Pep Guardiola’s men just too good for their recent opponents. With this in mind, we feel backing City, who have been unbeaten in three of their last four games against Manchester United, is the way to go, with a handicap providing good value.




Arsenal vs Wolves (Sunday, 16:30 GMT)


Arsenal have been in very good form this season, with the Gunners continuing to grow under Unai Emery. Seven wins, two draws and two defeats means the team have picked up 23 points and are just six behind Manchester City at the top, with Emery slowly transforming Arsenal into top four contenders once again. Wolves have also been enjoying their season, with four wins from 11 games helping them onto 15 points, nine clear of Huddersfield in 18th-place. Arsenal have lost just once at the Emirates this season, winning four of their other five, while Wolves have won twice, drawn once and lost twice on the road, with the newly-promoted side looking good so far. With form in mind, we feel backing Arsenal is the only way to go here, but they offer little value in the winner market. However, with Arsenal’s clinical attack and their still shaky defence, we feel picking the Gunners to win and both teams to score offers good value, with the London side not keeping a clean sheet in any of their last three in all competitions. 




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