The Hard Tackle presents to you the one-stop shop to scour all the best betting markets for the ninth gameweek of the English Premier League
Two teams that have had good outings in Europe in the midweek, Tottenham and Liverpool will be looking to earn three crucial points to aid their Premier League charge. Chelsea will be looking to put behind their disappointment from last weekend as they face Watford.
Manchester United will hope to continue their form against Huddersfield while Arsenal will go into their game against Everton in full force after Arsene Wenger rested majority of the key players during the midweek.
Before we delve into the best markets for the upcoming gameweek, we take a look at the result of our suggestions from the earlier gameweek, a good week indeed.
Favourable Bets result: 6/11
Underdog Bets result: 2/4
THT Favourable Bets Overall Result: 57/96
Chelsea vs Watford
Chelsea were undone by a great Crystal Palace side last weekend, despite the Eagles’ current form. Now, the Blues face a Watford side that has lost just a single game in the league so far and are above Chelsea on the Premier League table.
The Marco Silva revolution seems to be coming along nicely at Vicarage Road. Expect the visitors to give the defending champions a run for their money. Goals are expected in the game while Chelsea could struggle to get all three points on Saturday.
1. Watford Asian Handicap +1.5 @1.750
2. Chelsea Clean Sheet – NO @1.66
1. Watford Draw No Bet @6.00
Huddersfield vs Manchester United
The Red Devils have surrendered a bit of their hot start but the results have continued to flow for Jose Mourinho’s men. Huddersfield have also seem to have been found out in the recent couple of outings and we can expect another tough time for David Wagner & co.
Defensive solidity is the first and foremost priority for Jose and that is sure to be the case again on Saturday. It will be up to Romelu Lukaku to get his scoring boots on after consecutive disappointments in front of goal in the last week.
1. Manchester United Half-Time/Full-Time @2.00
2. Over 2.5 Match Goals @1.95
3. Manchester United Clean Sheet – YES @1.72
4. Romelu Lukaku to score anytime @1.66
1. Manchester United to win Both Halves @3.00
Everton vs Arsenal
The Gunners are in good shape despite the Watford defeat. Arsene Wenger rested almost the entire range of key players during the midweek and with Everton struggling of late, he would be looking to pounce on the opportunity and get some points on the board.
Expect goals and perhaps even a classic could be on the cards.
1. Both Teams to Score – YES @1.70
1. Full Time Result – Draw @3.60
2. Correct Scoreline 1-1 @7.00
Tottenham vs Liverpool
A game that pits two hotshots. But, the table does not say so. Tottenham have started a renaissance and sit comfortably third on the table while Liverpool have put together a small undefeated run of four games albeit with just a solitary win in the process.
Liverpool’s attack is envious and is expected to break through the tough Tottenham defence which has looked solid. But, it is the Reds’ defence which is a cause for worry and which could be their downfall against Harry Kane & co.
1. Tottenham Draw No Bet @1.53
2. Both Teams to Score – YES @1.53
3. Harry Kane to score anytime @1.66
1. Tottenham Asian Handicap -1.5 @3.80
Manchester City are the most exciting side to watch in the Premier League going forward and they are expected to showcase the same as they match up against a Burnley side who has been amazing away from home this season, contrary to their last season form.
Crystal Palace will struggle against Newcastle, who are likely to secure a win on the day.
1. Burnley Asian Handicap +3.0 vs Manchester City @1.625
2. West Ham to beat Brighton @1.85
3. Leicester Draw No Bet vs Swansea @1.83
1. Stoke vs Bournemouth Full Time Result – Draw @3.50
2. Southampton vs West Brom Full Time Result – Draw @3.40