Betting Tips For Saturday’s English Premier League Fixtures

The English Premier League is back in action this weekend following midweek European fixtures. Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea will all be in action.

Below are the betting previews for four English Premier League matches.

Newcastle-Manchester City

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Newcastle may have lost their last match against Aston Villa but the team has been very strong at home this season. They are currently unbeaten at St.James Park in the last five outings. They also beat Manchester City there last season.

City, on the other hand, is eight points behind leaders Liverpool and simply cannot afford to lose any more points. The Cityzens have not kept a clean sheet in their last five matches in all competitions.

TIP: Both teams to score @1.88


A London derby that could have dire consequences for Westham manager Manuel Pellegrini. Westham is winless in their last five matches and have lost all their last three.

Chelsea has won just two of their last five keeping just one clean sheet in the process. Frank Lampard’s side looked tired in their 2-2 draw with Valencia in the Champions League in midweek.

TIP: Both teams to score @1.72

Burnley-Crystal Palace

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Crystal Palace has lost four of its last five matches in the league. Roy Hodgson’s team did, however, show some improvements in their loss to Liverpool last time out.

They will be up against a Burnley side high on confidence after winning two of their last fixtures, scoring six goals an keeping two clean sheets in the process.

TIP: Burnley win @2.20


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Liverpool is yet to lose in the league this season and has dropped points just once in the league. The Reds have not lost at home in over 2 years and its hard to see them losing to a Brighton side that has lost their last two matches.

TIP: Liverpool to score more than two goals @1.81

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