The Boxing Day gave us some Premier League action and enjoyable one as well. The pick of yesterday’s results saw Arsenal claim a shock 3-1 win over Chelsea. In our featured match tips for that game, we predicted both teams to score and over 2.5 goals which played out correctly. We predicted Chelsea to score first but Mikel Arteta had other plans in mind. We also predicted Tammy Abraham and Lacazette to get on the score-sheet and they did.
Over to the general tips for the day, only Manchester United failed to win from the straight win tips. A late goal from Vardy ensured the spoils were shared.
Over to the over 2.5 goals market, Aston Villa and Manchester United played out correctly but City disappointed us in that regard. A 2-0 win over Newcastle was simply not enough.
To the goal-scorer market, only Rashford found the back of the net with Calvert-Lewin drawing a blank. Aguero only came on in the 77th minute and there was very little he could do by then.
Today is yet another day for some tips and we got you covered like we always do.
First-place Liverpool take on second from bottom West Brom and we can only see the game going one way. The Reds will be all out to consolidate their league at the top and the fact that it’s at Anfield means we’re expecting a safe win for Jurgen Klopp’s men. Bet365 have 1.12 odds, Bet9ja have 1.15 and 1xbet have 1.18.
Elsewhere, Tottenham travel to the Molineux to take on Wolves. Jose Mourinho’s men are coming off two league losses to Liverpool and Leicester City. They’ll be fired up to get a victory today. Wolves will also be eager to get back to wininng ways but their opponents might be too strong for them. Bet365 have 2.20 odds, Bet9ja have 2.25 and 1xbet have 2.29.
Surprisingly, we travel to the Eredivisie where there’s a note-worthy game in play today (the only game as well). In-form Alkmaar take on FC Utrecht today in an away game. Alkmaar have four wins from their last five games and we’re tipping them to continue their good form against Utrecht who have only one win from their last five. Bet365 have 2.30 odds, Bet9ja have 2.32 odds and 1xbet have 2.34.
Over 2.5 Goals
Leeds welcome Burnley to Elland Road and we can see that game bringing a good number of goals. Both sides have only two wins from their last five games and we expect them to take it to each other. Leeds are the favorites to win the game but it’s much safer to go for the goal market. Bet9ja have 1.58 odds, Bet365 have 1.61 and 1xbet have 1.67.
We’ve already tipped Liverpool to win West Brom and we’re also expecting a comprehensive win at Anfield. Last time out, the Reds humbled Crystal Palace 7-0 and their confidence will be more than surging at the moment. Bet9ja has 1.36 odds while Bet365 and 1xbet have 1.40.
In similar fashion, we’re also tipping the Wolves Tottenham game to see over 2.5 goals. Wolves have proven to be stubborn a lot of times and regardless of the result, they’ll no doubt take it to Spurs and that could see goals at both ends. Bet9ja have 2.17 odds, Bet365 have 2.30 and 1xbet have 2.32.
The Egyptian is the league’s top scorer with 13 goals to his name already. Either from the starting lineup or from the bench, he is proving to be inevitable. He will be licking his lips at a faltering West Brom defence and remains a top shout to score a goal or two. Bet365 are offering 1.45 odds while Bet9ja are offering 1.65.
Son Heung-Min has seen an impressive season so far and is only just two behind Salah in the golden boot race. The South Korean has formed a blistering partnership with Harry Kane and always looks like something genius can happen when he’s on the ball. Bet365 are offering a decent 3.20 odds while Bet9ja have it at 3.25.
Leeds might be in 15th place but they have also caught the hearts of many this season with their performances. Much of the good talk is down to Patrick Bamford who has nine goals to his name already. He’s proven to be somewhat consistent and we’re tipping him to get on the score-sheet today. Bet9ja have 2.00 odds while Bet365 have it at 2.05.
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