Saturday’s Premier League 3pm Betting Tips
Bournemouth v Newcastle | Sat 16th March, 15:00 | Vitality Stadium
Referee: Mike Dean
Bournemouth are looking for back to back victories while Newcastle have won three of their last four games.
The Cherries are very strong at home, and this will certainly be a tough game for Newcastle.
The Magpies have struggled on the road in recent games, losing three and drawing two of their last five away games.
Bournemouth have been able to get results against most teams at home in the league this season, winning seven, drawing four and losing four.
But, those four losses came to teams in the top six, losing to Man City, Man United, Arsenal, and Liverpool.
Newcastle have proven a tough team to beat away from home though, only losing six games, drawing six and winning two.
Similarly, the Magpies have seen defeats come against top teams in United, City, Liverpool, Spurs, Chelsea and most recently West Ham.
They have proven a tough team to break down on the road, conceding just 18 goals in 14 away games while also boasting the sixth-best defensive stats in the league.
But, they come up against a Bournemouth side that often finds the net at home, scoring 26 goals in 15 home games.
Firstly, Bournemouth are 11/10 to win, the draw is 13/5 and a Newcastle win is 29/10.
Callum Wilson is already making an impact since his return last time out, and I can see him getting on the scoresheet this Saturday.
Newcastle are often a tough team to beat on the road, but Bournemouth’s home record and ability to score looks promising here.
However, the Cherries are vulnerable at the back, and Newcastle have scored in seven of their last nine matches, although not as consistent on the road.
To start, both teams to score is best priced at 17/20 with William Hill.
And, I do see value in a draw at 13/5 with Unibet. Newcastle are a tough team to beat, and I think they can grind out a result in this match.
Burnley v Leicester | Sat 16th March, 15:00 | Turf Moor
Referee: Michael Oliver
Burnley are looking to improve on their three-match losing streak while Leicester have lost three and drawn one of their last four away games.
Burnley lost their last match 4-2 against Liverpool at Anfield, but they will take positives from being able to score two goals at one of the toughest stadiums to visit.
Meanwhile, Leicester won their last match 3-1 against Fulham at the King Power Stadium, but they are still looking quite vulnerable at the back. Especially on the road.
The Foxes have kept just four clean sheets away from home while conceding 23 goals in their 15 away matches.
I can see them struggling to keep a clean sheet against a Burnley side that has scored in their last nine home matches, to a total of 14 goals.
However, Burnley are still conceding goals, only keeping three clean sheets at home all season while conceding 11 goals in their last five Premier League games.
The Clarets have won their last two Premier League home matches against Leicester.
Ashley Barnes is in good form, netting in his last three Premier League home games, while Jamie Vardy has scored five goals in his last five PL games.
Firstly, Burnley are 2/1 to win, the draw is 12/5 and a Leicester win is 6/4.
I see good value in Burnley at that price, but to start, I like both teams to score at 4/5 with bet365.
As I said, Burnley have scored in their last nine home games in a row, and Leicester have scored in all but one away match this season.
On that note, I see good both teams to score and Burnley win at 5/1 with bet365.
I think Burnley can take advantage of Leicester’s vulnerable defence this Saturday, and if they are clinical, this could be a great pick at 5/1!
West Ham v Huddersfield | Sat 16th March, 15:00 | London Stadium
Referee: Jonathan Moss
West Ham have been hot and cold this season, but I struggle to see them having any issues against Huddersfield in this match.
The Hammers are unbeaten in their last three Premier League matches against the Terriers, and they have won their last two home matches.
Asides from Huddersfield’s shock home win against Wolves a few weeks ago, they have offered very little.
Huddersfield have lost four of their last five games while losing six of their last seven away games drawing one.
The Terriers are struggling at both ends, but away from home, they have scored just one goal in their last seven matches while conceding thirteen.
West Ham are unbeaten in their last five home matches, winning three and drawing two. At most, Huddersfield could grind out a draw, but even that is a stretch for me.
On their day, the Hammers play some great football, but they need more consistency in their game.
Either way, I see them getting the job done tomorrow.
Firstly, West Ham are 3/5 to win, the draw is 31/10, and a Huddersfield win is 6/1.
I do see value in West Ham at 3/5 with BetVictor to start.
To improve the odds, a West Ham win and over 1.5 goals is best priced at evens with Betfair.
The Hammers could easily score two or more goals to land this tip, but it is slightly riskier.
But, the Hammers are not known for keeping clean sheets, although they are more than capable of keeping this weak Huddersfield side out.