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Premier League Betting Odds and Picks of the Week

After steering Premier League bettors to a 3-0 performance in this column one week ago, it’s time to take a look at this weekend’s oddsboard and identify the three best wagers and keep padding those bankrolls.

And what a Premier League weekend it is set to be.

Two of the country’s marquee derbies take center stage as Saturday’s action kicks off with Everton hosting Liverpool in the Merseyside Derby and concludes with Manchester City hosting Manchester United.

Liverpool has dominated its Merseyside rival, going unbeaten in 16 straight matches against Everton in all competitions with the reverse fixture ending 1-1 thanks to goals from Mohamed Salah and Wayne Rooney.

Both United and City enter the Manchester Derby in good form domestically with four- and five-match winning streaks under their belts, respectively. City was, however, dealt a 3-0 blow in Champions League midweek but Pep Guardiola and company will look to embarrass Jose Mourinho and the red half of Manchester.

But these aren’t the only games that feature great betting value. I’m back to cap all of the Gameweek 32 (33 for some clubs) action and pick a favorite side, total and prop for the weekend. If you want to see Rob Trites and I cap all 10 games with picks, check out the video above.

Bet on the Premier League today at Bovada


Leicester Moneyline (-110)

The Foxes enter this home date with Newcastle on a four-match unbeaten run in league play. Furthermore, Leicester has beaten Newcastle in five straight meetings in all competitions and four straight in the Premier League.

So dominant has Leicester been that the Foxes have outscored the Magpies 10-2 during that four-match unbeaten run in the league. Very one-sided.

So considering the incredible value on Leicester at -110 in moneyline markets, this feels like a smart play. Sure, Wilfred Ndidi is out due to suspension, but Leicester possesses enough quality to surely see this one through.


Chelsea-West Ham OVER 1.5 1st Half (+135)

I’ve been doing fairly well in first-half totals recently and I do like this one a lot.

We’ve got two teams that are seemingly on opposite ends of an imaginary “motivation scale.” Chelsea seems to have given up on both its season and manager Antonio Conte, but the Italian, likewise, might be dreaming of greener pastures.

The Hammers, fresh off a 3-0 drubbing of Southampton last time out, are playing for Premier League survival. They are just five points clear of 18th-placed Southampton and a strong performance at Stamford Bridge will do wonders for their chances as the season winds down.

There tend to be goals in this fixture with seven combined in the previous two and I don’t expect things to be different with a depleted Chelsea squaring off with a hungry West Ham.


Heung-Min Son Anytime Scorer (-105)

Talk about one-sided. Spurs have outscored the dreadful Potters 17-1 in the previous four meetings and 8-0 in the past two meetings at bet365 Stadium.

This is a match where you’ll need to check in with the starting XI’s before making your wager, but if Sonny features and Kane sits to mend his ankle (for example), then back the Korean to score any time.

Son scored and assisted on another in Tottenham’s 5-1 rout in the reverse fixture back in December and he’ll surely feel hard done by for not scoring against Chelsea last time out. He’s always got an eye for the goal so if he gets the start here, this is a bet to have your eye on.