There was plenty of action and excitement on Saturday in the EPL with 25 goals in six matches as we saw a number of thrilling games as Crystal Palace ran riot while there were late goals aplenty in Bournemouth v Everton and Aston Villa v Watford. The last of these games game us a 5.80 winner and we also saw Jamie Vardy bring home the rewards as he broke the Premier League record for most consecutive games scored in, at 11.
Sunday sees some even bigger games as Tottenham take on Chelsea, while West Ham, Liverpool and Arsenal all have winnable games too as they face West Brom, Swansea and Norwich respectively. All promise just as much action and excitement and we take a look at all four games with online sportsbook 10Bet.com to provide our top EPL tips.
Tottenham v Chelsea: 2.55 – 3.25 – 2.80
This London derby is all about Spurs striker Harry Kane after the news came out during the week that Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho is looking to boost his attacking options by signing the White Hart Lane based youngster for the defending champions either in January or during the summer transfer window before the start of the next campaign. All eyes will be on the 22 year old and he will relish this as he has rediscovered his form in recent times with nine goals in his last six matches in all competitions, including scoring the only goal in Azerbaijan on Thursday night to see his side into the knockout phase of the Europa League.
However, that trip to face and defeat Qarabağ was almost a 5,000 mile round trip and is sure to tired out many of the players. Manager Mauricio Pochettino did rest a number of players for that game so Kyle Walker, Mousa Dembele and Danny Rose are all due back for this game against a struggling Chelsea side that has lost three of their last four EPL games, taking their first points in more than a month last weekend with a narrow 1-0 win over Norwich. They did follow that up with a 4-0 win in Israel against Maccabi Tel Aviv in the Champions League, but their away form has been terrible this season and that win on Tuesday night was their first since defeating League One Walsall in the League Cup back in September.
Chelsea have lost one and drawn one of their last two matches at White Hart Lane and with losses to Everton, West Ham and Stoke to their name as well as a 2-2 draw with Newcastle in their four away Premier League games over the last three months things will certainly be difficult to turn around this weekend. Tottenham have won five and drawn one of their last six in all competitions while they have lost only on the opening day of the season in the league, and they have four wins and three draws at White Hart Lane this during this campaign and with Chelsea looking a shadow of the side they were last season we can see the home team extending their unbeaten run in front of their own fans this season.
Our top Tottenham v Chelsea tip is back the home win at odds of 2.55 with 10Bet.com.
West Ham v West Brom: 2.10 – 3.25 – 3.75
The Hammers welcome Tony Pulis’ side from the Midlands to Upton Park for the final time before their move to the Olympic Stadium before next season looking to end a three game winless streak against the injury hit Baggies. They have done well on home soil against West Brom as the last time that they lost was when both sides occupied the Championship in 2003 but although they have been hailed as one of the best sides at the start of this season they are just four points ahead of their guests coming into this game. Can they extend that to seven by the full time whistle rings out?
Although West Ham have suffered defeats to Watford and Tottenham in two of their three games in this unbeaten run they in better form on home soil and they will use the crowd as a 12th man to secure the points this weekend. They have beaten Newcastle and Chelsea as well as drawn with Norwich and Everton since a 4-3 defeat to Bournemouth at the end of August, but with them missing a few key players through injury and suspension they will surely not be at the top of their game this Sunday.
West Brom will be boosted by their surprise 2-1 win at home over Arsenal last weekend, but with Pulis admitting that several of his key players are carrying an injury for this match and them being the away side things will certainly be tougher this time around. They have failed to score in three of their last four away games and have been defeated in each of them and they have beaten just two of the bottom five sides in the since August away from home. We feel that this will be a close game, but that the home side will just have enough to see off the Midlanders.
Back West Ham to beat West Brom @ 2.10 in the 10Bet Sportsbook!
Norwich v Arsenal: 5.30 – 4.15 – 1.64
Arsenal come into this match having won all of their last three matches against the Canaries since a 1-0 defeat at Carrow Road in 2012 when Grant Holt scored the only goal of the game. They bounced back from the 2-1 loss at West Brom last weekend with a resounding 3-0 home win against Dinamo Zagreb in the Champions League as Mesut Özil scored one and Alexis Sanchez two, now they will want to return to top of the Premier League with Man City and Leicester on 29 points with a win.
The North Londoners are favoured to take all three points as their hosts come into this match having lost six of their last seven matches in all competitions to see themselves just two points above the relegation zone. Apart from a 6-2 thumping at Newcastle six weeks ago Norwich have pushed all of their opponents all the way and they will battle in this game too, especially considering ten of their 12 points have come on home soil. However, with Arsenal scoring 12 goals in their last four away Premier League clashes this will be too tough of a game for the home side and we’re backing a fourth successive Arsenal win over Norwich.
Our best Norwich v Arsenal bet is back Arsenal to win by at least two goals (Arsenal -1) @ 2.55 at 10Bet.
Liverpool v Swansea: 1.48 – 4.25 – 7.50
The final day from the 14 round of EPL action sees a formidable Liverpool side welcome a Swansea side short on goals to Anfield looking for a fifth straight home soil triumph against the Welsh side. 10Bet certainly see victory for the home side in this match, but with Daniel Sturridge having an injury break down so close to his full return, the creative midfielder Philippe Coutinho being doubtful and Lucas suspended can they fill these holes with enough top drawer players to win?
They certainly managed over the last week as they bounced back from a 2-1 home loss to Crystal Palace with a 4-1 thumping of Man City at The Etihad Stadium before they secured passage to the knockout stages of the Europa League with a 2-1 win over Bordeaux on Thursday night. They have shown some great play under new manager Jurgen Klopp and with Swansea failing to keep a clean sheet in eight games coming into this clash these new tactics are sure to see the home side force mistakes at the back for Gary Monk’s men and we can see a comfortable victory for the home side at Anfield this Sunday evening.
Back Liverpool to beat Swansea by at least two goals (Liverpool -1) at odds of 2.25.