BETTING PREVIEW: Beat The Bookies On A Weekend Of Big Derbies

The weekend’s Premier League action gets underway at 12:45 on Saturday at Anfield and looks overpriced at 14/5 to end in a draw, Liverpool scraped through in the Capital One Cup on Tuesday after a marathon penalty shootout but have hardly set the Premier League alight so far this and Everton could well hold them at Anfield on Saturday lunchtime.

Leicester City produced an heroic comeback against Manchester United last weekend having been 2 goals down twice but   the prize is the same this weekend where Crystal Palace look over the odds to follow up their outstanding win at Everton last weekend and will be popular at 6/4 to gain the 3 points at Selhurst Park.

Chelsea should beat Aston Villa at Stamford Bridge but at 2/9 are very short, the way to go here may well be Draw Half  Time Chelsea Full Time which is available at at least 3/1.

Hull CIty are 5/1 to cause a major shock against Manchester City and after last Sunday’s results anything is possible but it would surprise me if CIty don’t get 3 points here although the price is not for me.

Manchester United should dispatch West Ham at 4/11 even without any central defenders but once gain their chances of bouncing back from last Sunday are factored in the price.

Southampton will be many peoples banker against QPR but are plenty short enough at 40/85 but Sunderland have a great chance of winning for first time this season and at 8/5 look a decent price to do so.

The North London Derby looks value at 14/5 to end all square on Saturday night in a match neither team will want to lose, while WBA will be popular to beat Burnley at Evens on Sunday at 4pm but backers should be aware that Burnley have drawn last 3 Premier League Matches 0-0.

Alan Pardew badly needs a win as Newcastle manager and at 13/5 may be the value to get 3 crucial points with Newcastle in Monday’s Live Clash away to Stoke City.

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