This weekend’s Premier League highlight sees Manchester United travel to Arsenal on Saturday evening. Mark O’Haire thinks we won’t see many goals.
He says: “Ten of the 15 match-ups between the traditional Premier League elite have featured Under 2.5 Goals.”
Back Under 2.5 Goals at 2.10 in Arsenal v Manchester United
If you’re interested in United then read Dimitar Berbatov’s latest exclusive article for Betting.Betfair in which he discusses the Red Devils’ attack.
And check out another exclusive – from Arsenal invincible Gilberto Silva on Saturday’s match and why the Gunners can still finish top four.
For Premier League Gameweek 21 Alex Keble picks out four key tactical battles and says West Ham and Sheffield United can take points from the champions and the current league leaders respectively.
He says: “The Blades, fresh from their win at Old Trafford, will be bullish in their approach and extremely difficult for City to break down.”
Back under 2.5 goals in Man City v Sheff Utd at 13/8
Everton v Newcastle get Premier League GW21 underway on Saturday lunchtime and Steve Rawlings has previewed the match.
He says: “Everton to win 2-0 or 2-1 in the Correct Score market looks the way to go but Newcastle may hold out for a while and Draw/Everton in the Half Time/Full Time market is appealing too.”
half a pt 2-0 @ 8.415/2 & half a pt 2-1 @ 9.617/2
Joao Cancelo’s shooting prowess can deliver a profit at handsome odds when Manchester City host Sheffield United in the Premier League on Saturday, says Andy Schooler.
He says: “Cancelo has landed a shot on target in five of his last seven Premier League starts yet he’s available at 12/5 to have another at home to the basement dwellers.”
Back Cancelo 1+ shot on target @ 12/5 (Sportsbook)
Infogol’s Jake Osgathorpe uses expected goals (xG) to predict the likely winners and scorelines of each match in the Premier League this weekend.
He says: Make no mistake, this game isn’t a relegation candidate hosting a top six team, and I like Brighton’s chances of getting a positive result, in a game both teams net (54%) – 1-1.
Back the 1-1 @ 7.26/1 in Brighton v Spurs
Serie A Correct Score Predictor with Infogol: Tips for every fixture of GW20
Serie A also gets the Infogol treatment as Tom Victor provides result and scoreline predictions for every match this weekend with Atalanta and Lazio meeting for the second time in a week.
He says: “The fact that these teams finished last season level on points – with only two separating them this term – suggests we could be in for a close-run thing.
Back the 2-1 @ 8.6015/2
With Barcelona and Athletic Bilbao sharing 10 goals in two games already this year, Dan Fitch expects another cracker as he previews the weekend La Liga action.
He says: “Just a couple of weeks ago Bilbao beat Barcelona 3-2 in extra time to lift the Super Cup. These sides also met at the start of January in the reverse La Liga fixture, with that game ending in a 3-2 win for Barcelona.”
Back Barcelona and Athletic Bilbao to both score at 1.84/5
Heavyweight teams are the ones to back in France’s top flight on a weekend where quality will make the difference, according to James Eastham.
He says: “Monaco are one of Ligue 1’s most exciting teams right now. They’ve won four in a row to climb to fourth in the table, while Nantes are without a win in their last 12 outings.”
Back Monaco to win at Nantes @ 1.855/6
Bayern Munich have surged seven points clear at the top of the Bundesliga, and Kevin Hatchard thinks RB Leipzig and Bayer Leverkusen will fall further behind this weekend.
He says: “Leipzig’s games against fellow elite sides in the Bundesliga often end level, and the last three league clashes with Leverkusen have finished 1-1.”
Back the draw in RB Leipzig v Bayer Leverkusen at 3.9