BETTING PREVIEW: Statto’s Weekend Tips To Beat The Bookies

Crystal Palace are unbeaten under Neil Warnock but may suffer defeat at Hull on Saturday afternoon and Steve Bruce’s side are a decent bet at Evens for the 3 points despite being without first choice keeper Alan McGregor with a shoulder injury, his likely deputy is veteran ex Newcastle keeper Steve Harper.

Newcastle are without a win but look value at 100/30 for a shock at The Liberty to give Alan Pardew some welcome breathing space, Swansea won their first three this season but look in a false position in the table to me.

If Burnley are to have any chance of staying in Premier League they must score a few goals and pick up points at teams like Leicester. The Foxes, who won The Championship last season, have made a great start this season with a fixture list that looked very awkward I expect them to beat Burnley at 4/5.

Sunderland/Stoke is a hard one to call with 0-0 at 6/1 being a decent price. Neither will want to lose and any draw is available at 11/5.

Liverpool are 2/5 to beat WBA but the home side are out of form and backers may fancy a draw at 4/1. WBA are a speculative 13/2 to follow up their superb win at Tottenham.

Aston Villa are a massive price at 11/2 to beat Man City at Villa Park, once again the draw will be popular here while only City fans and bigger hitters will fancy taking 8/15 about The Champions.

On Sunday expect a fast start from Manchester United against Everton at Noon, they are 4/6 to win but look a better bet at 11/10 to be leading at halftime, Falcao is 7/2 to score first while Di Maria and Mata look better value at 8/1 to open the scoring.

Chelsea will be popular at 4/6 to beat Arsenal but Draw Half Time, Chelsea Full Time is the value bet here. Diego Costa  is 7/2 to open the scoring. Danny Welbeck is 8/1 to score first after his midweek Champions League heroics.

Southampton will be popular at 12/5 to continue their great start to the season with a win against Spurs who had a tough draw on Thursday against Besiktas in the Europa League.

West Ham will popular at 9/10 to inflict woe on ex boss and Hammers hero Harry Redknapp BY beating QPR at Upton Park.

Angus is rarely wrong, so if you’re looking to make some money this weekend be sure to follow Angus’ advice and slap a few bets on with Ladbrokes


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