Southampton v Liverpool Betting Tips Friday April 5th

Here are our Bet365 through-the-coupon betting tips. for Southampton’s match against Liverpool on Friday.

Southampton v Liverpool Betting Tips Friday April 5th

Full Time Result
LIVERPOOL WIN 1.40

Correct Score
1-3 – 13.00

Half Time/Full Time
LIVERPOOL/LIVERPOOL – 2.10

Half Time/Full Time Correct Score
0-2/1-3 – 41.00

Goals Over/Under
OVER 2.5 – 1.72

Both Teams To Score
YES – 1.95

Goalscorers
INGS – 4.33
VAN DIJK – 8.00

Handicap Result
LIVERPOOL (-1) – 2.10

Winning Margin
LIVERPOOL WIN BY 2 – 4.00

Scorecast
VAN DIJK/1-3 – 136.00

First Goal Method
HEADER – 5.00

Player To Be Booked
LEMINA – 3.75

Player To Be Sent Off
LEMINA – 34.00

Number of Cards in Match
OVER 3.5 – 2.25

Total Corners
9-11 – 2.62

Liverpool v Spurs Betting Tips Sunday March 31st

Here are our Bet365 through-the-coupon betting tips. for Liverpool’s match against Spurs on Sunday.

Liverpool v Spurs Betting Tips Sunday March 31st

Full Time Result
SPURS WIN – 6.00

Double Chance
DRAW OR SPURS 2.40

Correct Score
1-2 – 21.00

Half Time/Full Time
LIVERPOOL/SPURS – 41.00

Half Time/Full Time Correct Score
1-0/1-2 – 71.00

Both Teams To Score
YES – 1.75

Anytime Goalscorers
MANE – 2.40
KANE – 2.60

Multi Scorers
KANE 2 OR MORE – 9.50

Winning Margin
SPURS BY 1 – 7.50

Scorecast
MANE/1-2 141.00

Anytime Scorecast
KANE/1-2 31.00

1st Half Scorecast
MANE/1-0 – 11.00

Wincast
MANE/SPURS 91.00

Timecast
MANE/21-45 – 16.00

First Goal Method
HEADER 5.00

Clean Sheet
LIVERPOOL NO – 1.53

Player To Be Booked
ALLI – 3.50

Number of Cards in Match
OVER 4.5 – 2.20

Time Of First Card
AFTER 31:00 – 1.83

Total Corners
6-8 – 4.00

Manchester Utd v Watford Betting Tips Saturday March 30th

Here are our Bet365 through-the-coupon betting tips. for Manchester United’s match against Watford on Saturday.

Manchester Utd v Watford Betting Tips Saturday March 30th

Full Time Result
Draw 4.75

Double Chance
Draw/Watford 2.80

Correct Score
2-2 – 19.00

Half Time/Full Time
Watford – Draw 19.00

Half Time/Full Time Correct Score
0-2 – 2-2

Goals Over/Under
Over 2.5 1.66

Both Teams To Score
Yes 1.80

Goalscorers
Deeney (anytime) 4.33
Deulofeu (anytime) 5.50

Draw No Bet
Watford 5.50

Result/Both Teams To Score
Draw/Yes 5.50

Handicap Result
Watford (+1) 2.80

Scorecast
Delofeu to Score 1st – 2-2 136.00

Anytime Scorecast
Delofeu to Score – 2-2 51.00

1st Half Scorecast
Deofeu to Score 1st – 0-2 121.00

Wincast
Deofeu to Score 1st – Draw 51.00

Timecast
Delofeu 1-20 Mins 31.00

First Goal Method
Shot 1.50

Clean Sheet
Man Utd (No) – 1.61

Player To Be Booked
Capoue 8.00

Player To Be Sent Off
(No Bet)

Number of Cards in Match
Over 3.5 – 1.83

Time Of First Card
No Card Before 34:00 1.83

Total Corners
9-11 2.75

West Ham v Everton Betting Tips Saturday March 30th

Here are our Bet365 through-the-coupon betting tips. for West Ham’s match against Everton on Saturday.

West Ham v Everton Betting Tips Saturday March 30th

Full Time Result
Everton 2.90

Double Chance
Draw/Everton 1.57

Correct Score
0-1 12.00

Half Time/Full Time
Draw – Everton 6.50

Goals Over/Under
Under 3.5 2.00

Both Teams To Score
No 2.20

Goalscorers
Coleman (Anytime) 11.00

Multi Scorers
(No Bet)

Asian Handicap
Everton 0.0 2.06

Draw No Bet
Everton 1.90

Result/Both Teams To Score
Everton – No 5.50

Winning Margin
1 (Everton) 4.50

Scorecast
Coleman to Score First/Everton Win 1-0 121.00

Wincast
Coleman to Score First/Everton Win 46.00

Timecast
Coleman to Score First/46+ Mins 91.00

Clean Sheet
Everton 4.00

Player To Be Booked
Mark Noble 4.00

Player To Be Sent Off
Richarlison 67.00 (best bet)

Number of Cards in Match
Under 3.5

Time Of First Card
After 34 Mins 1.83

Total Corners
6-8 3.50

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Which EPL Clubs Will Finish In The Top 4?

We currently have a terrific tussle for the title, on our hands, with current champions Manchester City going at it toe-to-toe with Liverpool. Both clubs are almost guaranteed to secure top-4 status, whatever happens, but which of the remaining elite clubs can occupy the remaining two slots and what are the most-appealing value bets?

Which EPL Clubs Will Finish In The Top 4?

Manchester United (5th, 58 points)

Ole Gunnar Solskaer has worked wonders, over the last 3 months, although there are signs that the wheels may be coming off again at Old Trafford. The FA Cup was their only realistic chance of silverware, but they capitulated against Wolves and must return to Molynieux in the upcoming gameweek. United face Everton away, in game-week 35, before welcoming both Manchester City and Chelsea. It would surprise few if they dropped points in all 3 of those matches and we would want a price significantly higher than 2.25 before considering backing the Red Devils to qualify for the Champions League.

(Value Rating: 2/5 )

Chelsea (6th, 57 points)

The Lions still don’t look fully-functional and Higuain looks increasingly unlikely to be the man who can turn their fortunes around. To make a telling contribution, he’ll need much better service from Hazard who may well already be dreaming of pastures new. The fixture list brings no obvious respite, with away games versus Liverpool, Manchester United and Leicester on the horizon. Their defence remains unconvincing and there is just too much not to like about the Stamford Bridge men, right now. 3.00 looks a shocking price and this bet should definitely be avoided.

(Value Rating: 1/5 )

Spurs (3rd, 61 points)

6 of their 8 remaining games are against weaker opposition and look very winnable. They face Crystal Palace, Huddersfield, Brighton, West Ham, Bournemouth and Everton and those final 3 games should be against flip-flopped beach-dwellers. We can expect the North-Londoners to drop points away at both Liverpool and Manchester City, although with Harry Kane now looking back to his best Spurs should get something out of at least one of those big games. Unless the move back to White Hart Lane proves to be a disaster, in the short-term at least, Spurs should qualify with something in hand and 1.44 looks a reasonably good bet although no more than that.

(Value Rating: 3/5 )

Arsenal (4th, 60 points)

This is usually the time of year when the Gunners start to come good and they have outstanding fixtures to get stuck into. Emery’s men have played all of the other top-6 sides twice and can make hay against Newcastle, Everton, Watford, Crystal Palace, Wolves, Leicester, Brighton and Burnley. Given their record as late-season flat-track bullies, at least 20 points are expected and a total of 80 points would probably be enough to take 3rd spot at the expense of Spurs. Don’t be put-off by odds of 1.53, as this looks outstanding value in the circumstances. When the winter gloves come off, Arsenal pack a real punch.

(Value Rating: 5/5 )

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Which EPL Clubs Will Finish In The Bottom Half Of The Table?

There are 7 matches to go and many punters are now looking at jumping in late on season-long bets. There are several markets we will be covering, in the coming days. So, which EPL clubs will finish in the bottom half of the table and what are the top value bets?

Bournemouth

The Cherries lie in 12th place with 38 points, but they have good fixtures to look forward to including home games against Burnley and Fulham. With Wilson and Brooks now back fit, they should pick up plenty of points and 1.40 looks shocking value. Definitely, a bet to avoid.

Everton

Everton have a strong squad and have reached the 40-point mark (11th place) that most pundits see as the point of absolute safety. Having said that, their remaining 7 games almost all look tough. West Ham, Fulham and Crystal Palace must all be faced away from home, while only an optimist would expect the Toffeemen to pick up points against Arsenal, Manchester United or Spurs. 1.95 certainly looks tempting.

Leicester

Brendan Rodgers has quickly got the Foxes back on track and Jamie Vardy seems delighted with the new appointment. City are currently in 10th place, with 41 points. Their next 4 matches see the East Midlanders take on Bournemouth, Huddersfield, Newcastle and West Ham. 3 games against top-6 clubs brings down the curtain on what has understandably been an extremely difficult season for Leicester, but we know how dangerous Vardy can be against teams that give him space and Leicester should comfortably finish in the top-half. 2.50 just isn’t big enough.

Watford 8.00

Most expected the Hornets to start falling away long before now, but this hasn’t happened and 8th place (43 points) at this stage of the season is impressive. They still have home matches against Fulham, Southampton and Wolves to look forward to and it’s difficult to see 3 teams overtaking them between now and May 12th. 8.0 offers a hefty return, but West Ham’s form and Everton’s fixtures make it very unlikely that Watford finish worse than 10th. Despite the big price, it looks like a mug-bet.

West Ham

The Hammers’ form has been shocking since the turn of the year. Just how bad would they be, without the brilliant Declan Rice putting out fires for them? With only Everton, Chelsea, Manchester United, Leicester, Spurs, Southampton and Watford to play it’s hard to see where the next win is coming from. West Ham lie 9th and with 42 points. 2.10 seems generous and this looks by far the best bet, on offer.

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2018/2019 EPL Golden Boot Winner Betting Tips

With just 7 games to go, things are really hotting-up in the race for the Golden Boot (Premier League top scorer). As things stand, just one goal separates 5 players at the head of the field. Here are our 2018/2019 EPL Golden Boot winner betting tips.

Sergio Aguero (18)

With City having to really go for it, in order to hold off Liverpool and reclaim the title, the Argentinian looks likely to get far more game time than Gabriel Jesus. Aguero should get his fair share of goals and could be a mile clear after City’s brace of easy fixtures in game-week 32. However, as things stand, 6/4 does look a bit skinny.

Bet Rating: 2/5

Mohamed Salah (17)

We all know how explosive the Egyptian can be, but Salah’s goal-scoring touch has deserted him in 2019. In front of goal, he’s not really passing the eye-test either and looks short of confidence. With just a single strike, in his last 8 Premier League games, we just can’t have last season’s easy winner at 10/3.

Bet Rating: 2/5

Harry Kane (17)

It’s been a campaign of fits and starts for the Tottenham Hotspur hit-man, but this is the time of year that he usually comes into form. The remaining fixtures do not look great for Spurs though, with tough away trips to both Liverpool and Man City on the horizon. The move back to White Hart Lane is also a concern, as we don’t know what effect this will have on the team. However, 7/2 does look like reasonably good value and we wouldn’t blame anyone for being tempted.

Bet Rating: 3/5

Sadio Mane (17)

The Senegalese has come to Liverpool’s rescue, since the goals began to dry up for Mohamed Salah. Mane has scored 9 goals in his last 9 Premier League matches and while the underlying stats suggest he is unlikely to keep this up, this player is beginning to look world-class. We think he’s the least likely winner, after Salah, but odds of 9/1 still look generous for a player in such a rich vein of form. Worth a small punt, at this price.

Bet Rating: 4/5

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (17)

Aubameyang has registered 31 shots on target, this season, which is the same as Roberto Firmino and just one more than Romelu Lukaku. But the 29 yer-old has missed 19 big chances and that’s 4 more than any other player. Arsenal tend to finish campaigns strongly and have games against Newcastle, Everton, Watford, Crystal Palace, Wolves, Leicester, Brighton and Burnley to lick their lips over. 6/1 screams value on the Gabonese player, who ended up with 25 and 32 goals the last two times he was able to fully participate in campaigns at Dortmund.

Bet Rating: 5/5

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