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Premier League Betting Preview: All eyes on Anfield

Ready for a busy midweek of Premier League action? Due to the FA Cup fourth round, there’s a midweek round of games before a quick turnaround for weekend matches.

Arsenal could steal a march on their title rivals when they travel to Nottingham Forest on Tuesday. Liverpool and Man City both play on Wednesday, the former hosting Chelsea.

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To get you ready, let’s look at three of the midweek Premier League matches…

Aston Villa v Newcastle

Villa Park

Tuesday, 30th January @ 20:15

Villa may have had a wobble in recent weeks (W1 D2 L1), but they remain level with Man City and Arsenal on 43 points.

They sit fourth in the table, a position many expected Newcastle to occupy. However, the Magpies are languishing in 10th after four successive league defeats.

This fixture has been a home banker in the last decade. There hasn’t been an away win since September 2013. Add to that the fact that Newcastle have not scored at Villa Park since 2016 and a home win to nil looks a good price at 13/5. You can also get 23/10 on no Newcastle goals in the match.

Alexander Isak netted a double in the reverse fixture in August and the Swedish striker is in fine form heading into this one. Isak has scored five goals in his last five games (all comps) and is 29/20 to net at any time.

Liverpool v Chelsea


Wednesday, 31st January @ 20:15

So, Jurgen Klopp is leaving Liverpool at the end of the season. Will the Reds stay on track for the Premier League title? They face a tough challenge when Chelsea visit Anfield on Wednesday.

Once upon a time, this would have been a clash between two title rivals, but the Blues sit 17 points behind leaders Liverpool despite winning their last three.

The last seven meetings between these sides (all comps) have finished level. Fancy that to happen again? Get 4/1 on both teams scoring in a draw.

Don’t be surprised to see Liverpool go behind in the game. They’ve come from behind to win 19 points this season, more than any other side. Get 8/1 on Chelsea leading at half-time but Liverpool to pick up at least a point.. A Reds victory would be Klopp’s 200th in the Premier League.

If you’re looking at goalscorers, Darwin Nunez and Cole Palmer are worth considering. Get 9/2 on Nunez to score the last goal in the match. Four of his seven league strikes this season have been the winning goals.

Palmer, meanwhile, is having a great debut season for Chelsea. He’s scored 11 goals and provided seven assists (all comps). Four of his last five in the Premier League have been with his left foot. Get 27/10 on him doing the same at Anfield

Wolves v Man Utd


Thursday, 1st February @ 20:15

If Man Utd needed a boost after one win in six league games, a trip to Molineux could be just that. The Red Devils have won six of their last seven league games against Wolves.

United are 11/8 to win at Molineux, while you can get 10/3 on them winning to nil. Wolves boss Gary O’Neil has lost all three of his matches against United and never seen his side score.

If fit, Marcus Rashford is worth a look in the goalscorer market. The forward has scored two and assisted one in his last three league appearances for United. Get 23/10 on Rashford netting at any time.

One player United will be wary of is Matheus Cunha. He’s 13/2 to net the opener. The Brazilian has scored in each of his last two games at Molineux and bagged Wolves’ second in their FA Cup win over West Brom on Sunday.



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