Premier League Gameweek 9 Betting Tips
The Premier League returns after another international break, with injuries starting to pile up for sides across the country. Liverpool are missing an entire backline, Manchester City are worried about fitness for key players, and Manchester United are once again pushing for five subs a game. With so much uncertainty about who will be available this weekend, we could see some huge shocks. For the latest football betting odds for the Premier League, make sure to bet online with Bet UK. You can also find live in-play betting odds during all matches. Head over to our promotions page for the latest free bets and offers available.
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This Week’s Premier League Fixtures
Newcastle United v Chelsea Aston Villa v Brighton Tottenham v Manchester City Manchester United v West Brom Fulham v West Brom Sheffield United v West Ham Leeds United v Arsenal Liverpool v Leicester City Burnley v Crystal Palace Wolves v Southampton
After an impressive win over Everton, there might have been some optimism at Newcastle. But, a 2-0 defeat to Southampton quickly brought them down to earth. It was a horrid performance from Newcastle, who easily could have conceded 10. Their defence looked lackadaisical, the midfield was missing, and Allan Saint-Maximin seemed utterly uninterested. Things won’t get any easier as they face an in-form Chelsea side on Saturday. Frank Lampard’s summer signings have finally started to perform, with Timo Werner, Kai Havertz and Hakim Ziyech all impressing lately. Thiago Silva has also rolled back the years and has added a touch of class to Chelsea’s defence. Although Chelsea have a poor recent record at St James Park, we can see them running riot this weekend.
After back to back losses, Villa looked back to their best with a 3-0 win away at Arsenal. Although Arsenal looked dire, the combination of Jack Grealish, Ross Barkley and Ollie Watkins looks like one that could ruin even the best of defences. Grealish is finally getting the plaudits he deserved, and after making his first competitive start for England, his confidence will be higher than ever. He’ll be up against a Brighton side that has only won once this season so far. Despite their poor results, Brighton haven’t played poorly so far. Neal Maupay is still scoring, Tariq Lamptey looks like a star, and Ben White has stepped up to the Premier League. But, something is still missing for Graham Potter’s side. If they don’t start picking up points, their good play will ultimately mean nothing. Although we don’t think a winning run will start at Villa Park on Saturday.
Surprisingly, Tottenham are one of the few sides that are mostly unaffected by injury problems. Normally they are missing one of their stars, but having Harry Kane and Heung-min Son both fully fit is proving to be a winning formula. The pair have scored 15 goals between them, leading Spurs to 2nd in the table. Defensively, Spurs have also seen an improvement and can boast the joint best defensive record in the league at this point. That backline will be tested to the max this weekend, however, as Pep Guardiola brings Man City to North London. Sergio Aguero might be missing, but City have plenty of firepower to replace him. Riyad Mahrez and Ferran Torres both impressed during the international break, and with Kevin De Bruyne in midfield, there’ll be plenty of chances on offer. Defensively, City have been suspect once again this season, so we could see plenty of goals in this match.
It’s becoming harder and harder to predict Manchester United games this season. One weekend, they look utterly disjointed as a team and the next, their star players perform. Regardless, it seems like this is a group of individuals rather than a complete outfit, which means any run of form can’t last. Bruno Fernandes was the star against Everton, but if he doesn’t perform well, it seems that neither do his teammates. United face West Brom on Saturday night, and if they don’t pick up a win, then serious questions need to be asked of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. West Brom are one of 3 sides without a win so far this season, and Slaven Bilic’s side looks out of their depth. They nearly earned a point against Spurs last time out but conceded late on to Harry Kane. Defence has been their strength so far, but West Brom have only managed to score once in their last five games. Even with Man United’s shaky back four, Solskjaer will be expecting a clean sheet.
Fulham will be rueing missed chances against West Ham before the international break. After conceding in the 91st minute, Fulham were awarded a penalty with seconds remaining. Ademola Lookman stepped up and hit one of the worst penalties in recent memory, condemning Fulham to their 6th defeat of the season so far. Watching them, it’s no surprise they’ve only scored seven times so far this season, with 3 of those coming in one game. Mitrovic has little service or support, leaving him a forlorn figure upfront. It’s an entirely different story for Everton. Dominic Calvert-Lewin has been in the form of his career and has support from across the pitch. Although Everton are on a poor run of form, Ancelotti will be expecting an easy 3 points here. With no injury worries and Richarlison back from suspension, this should be an Everton win.
After the highs of last season, Sheffield United’s start to the 20/21 campaign will be particularly worrying. They’ve earned just 1 point from 8 games so far. In the Premier League, only two teams have survived at the end of the season after a similar start. Chris Wilder’s side have only scored four goals so far this season, a stat that is unlikely to change against an in-form Hammers side. West Ham have lost just once in their last 6, a run which included good results against Man City, Leicester and Wolves. Something has tweaked in West Ham’s side this season, and they finally look like delivering on their potential. A win on Sunday could take them as high as 7th, and we fully expect them to pick up 3 points.
Leeds’ promising start to the season is fully behind them now, after suffering back to back 4-1 defeats. The latest loss came at Crystal Palace as Leeds found themselves 3-1 down at the break. They can feel hard done by VAR, but defensively there are still issues for Marcelo Bielsa. As expected Bielsa’s side are electric going forward and enjoy plenty of possession, but are always getting hit on the counter. That’s something Mikel Arteta will be looking to exploit on Sunday. His Arsenal side have been lacking at times this season, particularly against Aston Villa. Arsenal had just 2 shots on target and failed to pressure Villa. Although Pierre Emerick Aubameyang is out of form, he should be able to use his pace perfectly against Leeds to ensure he gets back to winning ways.
Liverpool v Leicester would be interesting at the best of times, but given Liverpool’s injury woes, this is a must-watch. Jurgen Klopp is potentially missing nine players, including his entire first-choice back four and top goalscorer Mo Salah. It’ll be a very different Liverpool to the one we’ve grown used to recently, which means Leicester could take full advantage. The Foxes are top of the table and look very good so far. Jamie Vardy is as good as ever, and the youngsters around him continue to improve each week. We would rarely pick Liverpool to lose at Anfield, but with so many issues at the moment, it looks like their unbeaten run will be coming to an end.
Burnley have never been the most exciting side in the Premier League, but this season they’ve been harder than ever to watch. They’ve scored three goals in 7 games and sit 19th without a win. Sean Dyche was upset in the summer that he wasn’t being backed, and his opinion looks to have been justified so far. With no quality up front, and James Tarkowski seemingly wanting to leave at the back, Burnley have little hope for the rest of the season. On the other hand, Crystal Palace have impressed this season after continuing with shrewd deals in the summer. Wilfried Zaha has taken his game to another level, now focusing more on his end product rather than constant mazy runs. He has been a massive part of Palace’s rise to 8th in the Premier League as the Eagles aim for a top 10 finish. Against a despondent Burnley side, expect Zaha to truly shine on Monday evening.
Despite some poor recent performances, Wolves are still sitting in 9th place in the Premier League. We’ve come to expect a lot of Wolves given their last 2 top flight finishes, so it’s perhaps unfair to say they’ve been unimpressive so far. Their last game against Leicester was a 1-0 defeat that showed why Wolves might be struggling. A lack of goals has cost them on more than one occasion, with Raul Jiminez not setting the league alight and possibly missing Diogo Jota. Southampton haven’t had similar issues and are massively outperforming all expectations. After a 2-0 win over Newcastle, Saints topped the Premier League for the first time in their history. Even without Danny Ings, a front two of Che Adams and Theo Walcott look like they could cause plenty of problems for Premier League defences. Given their recent performances, we wouldn’t be at all surprised if Southampton picked up a result on Monday.
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