Premier League Gameweek 10 Football Betting Tips

Premier League Gameweek 10 Football Betting Tips

Our football betting highlight of the weekend is at Wembley, so head over to our Tottenham v Manchester City betting preview for the latest betting tips and odds ahead of the top 4 clash.

Bet UK’s online betting has the latest Premier League betting odds for all matches this weekend.

Brighton v Wolves - Saturday 27th October at 3:00pm

The stats at St James’ Park might have looked to favour Newcastle, but Brighton were well deserving of their 3 points in the north east. Despite Mat Ryan and Glenn Murray both suffering injuries in the first 15 minutes, Beram Kayal’s flick was enough to give Brighton the win. Glenn Murray came off worse in a clash of heads with Federico Fernandez, although the Brighton forwards seems to have made a recovery after initial worries. Mat Ryan was on form, denying both Ayoze Perez and Jonjo Shelvey either side of the break. Although Brighton weren’t as attacking after their goal, each counter attack looked effective and they will look to build on their result at home to Wolves.

Wolves suffered a shock defeat at the hands of Watford. After only being beaten once so far in the league, Wolves were beaten by a 2 minute period in the first half as Etienne Capoue and Roberto Pereyra both scored to give Watford a 2-0 lead. Wolves had named an unchanged line up for the 9th game in a row, but Nuno Espirito Santo may be forced to change that at the AMEX. Wolves are still comfortably in the top half, but this result will be a worry for their fans. Another defeat at Brighton could send them spiraling down the table.

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Brighton to win and under 2.5 goals - 4/1*

Brighton’s home advantage should make the difference in a close encounter at the AMEX.

Fulham v Bournemouth - Saturday 27th October at 3:00pm

Fulham dropped into the bottom 3 after handing Cardiff their first win of the season. A wonder strike from Andre Schurrle got Fulham off to a perfect start, before the Cottagers fell 2-1 behind just 9 minutes later. Youngster Ryan Sessegnon grabbed his first top flight goal to equalise before the break, but Fulham simply fell apart in the second half. 2 second half goals gave Cardiff a 4-2 win, putting Slavisa Jokanovic under immediate pressure. According to reports, Jokanovic has just 2 games to save his job, starting with their home match against Bournemouth.

Bournemouth couldn’t capitalise on their recent 4-0 win at Watford against Southampton. The Cherries would have expected a win against a Southampton side in poor form, but were treated to a frustrating afternoon. There are some positives to take from the game though. After 2 clean sheets in a row, there are signs of Bournemouth tightening up at the back. This is something that had eluded Bournemouth is recent years, but with Nathan Ake now developing into a very strong centre half, Bournemouth’s defence is stronger than ever.

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Bournemouth to win and both teams to score - 23/10*

Bournemouth are one of the in form teams in the league and can cause problems against a Fulham side that has serious defensive problems.

Liverpool v Cardiff City - Saturday 27th October at 3:00pm

Liverpool continued their title push with a 1-0 win at the John Smith’s Stadium against Huddersfield. Mo Salah grabbed a goal in Sadio Mane’s absence, his 4th goal of the season. Salah might not be as prolific as last season, but he is still amongst Liverpool’s top scorers so far this season. Liverpool’s team selection left out some of their regular stars, perhaps pointing to a Champions League focus this season. Liverpool host Red Star Belgrade on Wednesday, a game that might see some stars return to the line up.

Cardiff grabbed a deserved first win of the season at home against Fulham. Bobby Reid and Josh Murphy both grabbed a goal as Cardiff dominated the game. Although the Bluebirds didn’t have the majority of possession, they managed twice as many shots and more shots on target than Fulham. Neil Warnock’s side have been criticised for their lack of attacking flair, but after a 4 goal return, those critics have surely been silenced. Warnock’s teams are normally defensively strong and Cardiff will expect a real test when they head to Anfield.

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Liverpool to win and over 3.5 - 10/11*

Despite Cardiff’s first win of the season, Liverpool should still have more than enough quality to win.

Southampton v Newcastle United - Saturday 27th October at 3:00pm

Southampton ended a 3 game losing streak with a 0-0 draw on the south coast. Although this was a positive point for Southampton, it didn’t help to ease Mark Hughes’ scoring worries. Saints are now without a goal in 385 minutes of Premier League football, going back to the 17th September. Danny Ings and Charlie Austin both started the game, but are struggling to find any form this season. A first clean sheet since 1st September will be a welcome sight however. A solid defensive platform gives Southampton something to build on for their upcoming games.

This is now Newcastle’s worst start to a season in 120 years, almost dating back to the year they were founded. A 1-0 home loss to Brighton puts into perspective just how worrying the times are at St James’ Park. A poor start can be excused when Newcastle have already faced the top 6, but a home match against Brighton is a match where they would expect at least a point. The blame mostly lies with Mike Ashley for his lack of investment over the years, but at this point, manager Rafa Benitez cannot be completely excused. Newcastle need to start winning games soon, or they could easily find themselves back in the Championship.

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Under 1.5 goals - 37/20*

With both teams struggling to score, this is unlikely to be a classic at St Mary’s.

Watford v Huddersfield Town - Saturday 27th October at 3:00pm

Watford shocked Wolves to recover from a dramatic dip of form in recent weeks. 2 quickfire goals in the first half were enough to hand Watford the 3 points as they nullified Wolves’ threat for the majority of the game. Watford were frighteningly fast going forward, something they had shown at the start of the year. Roberto Pereyra was one of the star players at the start of the year. With Abdoulaye Doucoure and Etienne Capoue performing once again, Watford could rebuild on their push for the top 6.

Huddersfield’s winless start to the season continued against Liverpool on Saturday evening. David Wagner’s men are another recently promoted side who are in danger of dropping back down into the Championship. Both scoring goals and keeping them out seem to be difficult for Huddersfield at the moment, and it’s difficult to say which of their players can produce a moment of quality. Against Liverpool, there were signs of hope for Huddersfield fans, but ultimately they were too few and far between.

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Watford 2-0 Huddersfield - 7/1*

Expect Watford to follow on from their impressive win with a second success at Vicarage Road

Leicester City v West Ham - Saturday 27th October at 5:30pm

Leicester were the latest victims of Arsenal’s incredible winning run in a 3-1 loss at the Emirates on Monday night. Leicester actually dominated the first half and took a deserved lead through Hector Bellerin’s own goal. Mesut Ozil reduced the deficit just before half time, but Leicester still continued to push. Wilfried N’didi hit the bar from a corner, before the introduction of Pierre Emerick Aubameyang changed the game. 2 goals within 5 minutes of his introduction was enough to finish Leicester off and keep them in 11th.

West Ham’s mini resurgence appears to be over after their 1-0 home loss to Spurs. The Hammers have now lost 2 games in a row and are starting to drop back down the league. Although West Ham lost, they can look back on the game and perhaps feel hard done by. Marko Arnautovic had 3 or 4 good opportunities but just couldn’t find his way past Hugo Lloris in goal. Andriy Yarmolenko was stretchered off just before half time, but it remains to be seen how long the Ukrainian will be out for.

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Leicester to win and both teams to score - 14/5*

Leicester should bounce back at home and take advantage of an out of form West Ham side.

Burnley v Chelsea - Sunday 28th October at 1:30pm

Joe Hart didn’t enjoy a happy return to the Etihad Stadium in Burnley’s 5-0 loss at the weekend. Many teams will get turned over by City this season, especially away from home, but Sean Dyche won’t be happy with how his Burnley side were defeated. No shots on target in 90 minutes and only 30% of the ball show just how out of touch Burnley were. Burnley have improved since their poor start to the season, but now appear to be drifting back towards the bottom of the table.

Chelsea’s last gasp equaliser against Manchester United preserved their unbeaten start to the season in dramatic fashion. Ross Barkley has become a welcome addition to Mauricio Sarri’s side following his upturn in form. The English midfielder has taken some of the goalscoring burden off Eden Hazard in recent weeks, something that Chelsea desperately need. Without goal scoring strikers, the goals need to come from midfield and Barkley will need to continue his good form.

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[Chelsea to win to nil - 20/21*]

Without a clear goal scoring threat, it’s tough to see Burnley getting anything out of a tough game at Turf Moor.

Crystal Palace v Arsenal - Sunday 28th October at 1:30pm

Crystal Palace were cruelly undone by 2 late Everton goals in Sunday’s late fixture last week. The game looked to be petering out for a 0-0 draw, which probably would have been a fair reflection of the game. Neither team managed to create any clear cut chances, something which has been a problem for Palace this season. Palace are yet to score a goal at home this season and are starting to run out of ideas.

Arsenal have now won 10 games in a row and Unai Emery has well and truly stamped his authority on the Gunners. With 2 goal scoring strikers and Mesut Ozil threatening to hit some good form, it’s tough to see who can stop Arsenal at the moment. Against Leicester, Mesut Ozil was at his very best, creating a goal and grabbing one for himself. On his day, Ozil is one of the most impressive players to watch and if he can continue performing, then Arsenal will only improve. Pierre Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette both continue to score goals and consistently blow teams away.

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Arsenal to win to nil - 47/20*

Palace don’t look like scoring and Arsenal are the in form team of the league. This should be a simple game for the Gunners.

Manchester United v Everton - Sunday 28th October at 4:00pm

Manchester United were just seconds away from a huge win at Stamford Bridge before Ross Barkley ruined Jose Mourinho’s return. Anthony Martial scored twice as he continues to prove why he must be included in United’s starting XI. The French winger has now scored 3 goals in 2 games, and has scored more goals than any United player since his debut in 2015. Martial was understandably dropped following Alexis Sanchez’s big money signing, but now he looks to be one of the first names on the team sheet.

Marco Silva’s substitutions were the difference between Everton and Palace on Sunday. Cenk Tosun and Dominic Calvert-Lewin scored both the late goals in a 2-0 win, just before the game threatened to end in a forgettable 0-0 draw. Jordan Pickford saved Luka Milivojević’s second half penalty, despite claiming that he hadn’t studied Milivojević’s penalty taking habits. Everton now sit in 8th and are quietly starting to rise up the table.

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Both teams to score and draw - 33/10*

Manchester United look shaky against good opposition and Everton are heading to Old Trafford in good form, so we should see a close match.

*All odds from Bet UK’s online betting correct at the time of writing.

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