Premier League Preview - July 15th
After last night's win, Chelsea have stamped their authority on 3rd place in the Premier League, but there is still plenty to play for. Tottenham and Wolves are two of the teams chasing them this season, who both have good opportunities to earn 3 points on Wednesday evening. Along with Manchester City’s game against Bournemouth, Bet UK have put together another Hit The Target Treble. Bet On Man City, Wolves and Tottenham all to win tonight, boosted from 5/2 to 7/2.
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Manchester City To Beat Bournemouth @ 4/27 - 18:00, Wednesday 15th July
After their European ban was overturned on Monday, we can expect Man City to be in very high hopes ahead of their game against Bournemouth. Their recent form will also give them a huge boost, with 10 goals in their last two games. A 5-0 result against Newcastle was repeated in their away game against Brighton, this time with Raheem Sterling bagging a hat-trick. Without the pressure of the title challenge, City are playing their best football of the season and must feel like they could beat anyone at this point. Bournemouth are the next team to try and stop their efforts on Wednesday. Despite an incredible 4-1 win over Leicester boosting their survival hopes, this will be a very different challenge. Expect City to add to their total of 17 goals in their last 4 home games.
Wolves to beat Burnley @ 10/11 - 18:00, Wednesday 15th July
If Wolves are to continue their late push for a Champions League place, then their game against Burnley is a must win. Whilst Leicester, Chelsea and Man United all dropped points last week, Wolves picked up a win against a lacklustre Everton. Raul Jimenez, Leander Dendoncker and Diogo Jota all scored in that win, as Wolves front line started to return to their best. Tonight, they face a Burnley side that has somewhat gone under the radar. They are unbeaten since their first game of the restart, but they have had quite a favourable run. Barring an impressive point at Liverpool, Burnley have played poor, out of form sides, so they will face a new weapon against Wolves.
Tottenham to beat Newcastle @ 5/7 - 18:00, Wednesday 15th July
Despite restarting the season in good form, Newcastle have now lost their last 2 games ahead of the visit of Spurs. A 2-1 loss at Watford summed up their issues, with star man Allan Saint-Maximin failing to drag his side to another win. Against Spurs, their defensive fragilities will likely be exposed even further. Harry Kane is hardly free scoring at the moment, but he won’t face much worse defences at the moment than Newcastle. Captain Jamaal Lascelles is likely to miss out, and with injuries already across the back line, it will likely be a makeshift lineup for Steve Bruce’s side. Jose Mourinho famously has never won at St James Park in the Premier League, but he won’t get many better chances than on Wednesday night.