Premier League Betting Tips (3pm)
Bournemouth v Burnley | Sat 6th April, 15:00 | Vitality Stadium
Referee: Martin Atkinson
Bournemouth lost their last game at Leicester, 2-0. But, the Cherries have been quite woeful on the road this season, losing 12 and winning four.
Conversely, their home form is a lot better, with seven wins, five draws and just four losses. The four losses have only come against top teams in the league, losing to Man City, Arsenal, Liverpool, and Man United.
Meanwhile, Burnley come into this game on the back of a 2-0 victory against Wolves at Turf Moor. But, they have lost the previous four games before that while losing their last two away games.
With Bournemouth’s home record this season, it is hard to look past them. But, they are still vulnerable at the back, and Burnley are capable of causing problems.
Firstly, Bournemouth are 11/10 to win, the draw is 13/5 and a Burnley win is 11/4.
I do see value in the Bournemouth win at 11/10 with bet365, but they are not exactly a cert for this game.
Burnley have been quite poor on the road this season, and they have been leaking goals in recent games.
Conceding nine goals in their last four games on the road does not bode well against a Bournemouth side that love a goal at the Vitality.
For this reason, I think Bournemouth will come out on top tomorrow, with the hope that they can defend a bit better than they have been.
To be fair, the Cherries are more convincing at the back at home, keeping two clean sheets in their last five home games while conceding just four goals, and scoring nine.
But, I do think they will concede tomorrow, and a BTTS match result Bournemouth is best priced at 16/5 with Betfair.
Huddersfield v Leicester | Sat 6th April, 15:00 | John Smith’s Stadium
Referee: David Coote
The Terriers are down, will they perform for pride or rotate the team for experience? Personally, I would rather see some young prospects get some valuable game time, and prepare for the Championship next season.
Leicester have won their last three games, beating Fulham, Burnley, and Bournemouth.
The Foxes away record is a bit patchy, with three losses, one win and one draw in their last five. But, they are capable of beating this poor Huddersfield side.
The Terriers have lost six of their last seven home games, only beating Wolves, who have consistently underperformed against teams down the bottom.
Huddersfield have conceded two or more goals in five of those seven games, and they will likely struggle against a Leicester side that has scored in all but one of their away games this season.
The Foxes are looking solid under Brendan Rodgers so far, with four wins in six, and I see them continuing that winning record tomorrow.
Firstly, Huddersfield are 17/4 to win, the draw is 3/1 and a Leicester win is 31/40.
To start, I like the look of Leicester win and over 1.5 match goals, which is best priced at 6/5 with Betway.
I could see both teams scoring, but I still think Leicester are capable of scoring two or more goals in this game.
The Terriers have conceded two or more in five of their last seven home matches, while Leicester have scored two or more goals in four of their last five games under Rodgers.
The Foxes shouldn’t have too much trouble breaking down this leaky Huddersfield side.
Vardy is in great form at the moment, scoring six goals in his last seven Premier League games. He is 4/1 to score first or 13/10 to score anytime and is certainly worth a punt at those prices.
Newcastle v Crystal Palace | Sat 6th April, 15:00 | St. James’ Park
Referee: Stuart Attwell
Both teams come into this match on the back of tough losses, Newcastle losing away to Arsenal on Monday night, and Palace losing away to Spurs on Wednesday night.
There could be a bit of fatigue for Palace, but can the Magpies take advantage?
Newcastle have been in fine form at St. James’ Park in recent games, winning their last five home fixtures while scoring two or more goals in each.
Newcastle have picked up brilliant home wins against Man City, Burnley, and Everton, while also beating Cardiff and Huddersfield.
They also have a fantastic home record against Palace, winning four and drawing one of their last five meetings at St. James’ Park.
But, Palace have been playing well on the road in recent games, aside from their 2-0 midweek loss at the New Spurs Stadium.
Before that loss, Palace had won four of their last six away games, drawing one and losing one. But, they were in fine scoring form, putting three past Liverpool at Anfield, and three past Man City at the Etihad.
Also, scoring four in their win at the King Power Stadium, and three at their win at Turf Moor.
Can Palace bounce back from their midweek loss, or will Newcastle make it six home wins in a row?
Firstly, Newcastle are 8/5 to win, the draw is 23/10 and a Crystal Palace win is 21/10.
I certainly see value in Newcastle at 8/5 with bet365, and I expect their fine home form continue in this match.
But, I can see Palace scoring, with a BTTS match result Newcastle best priced at 9/2 with bet365.
If you want a safer bet, BTTS is best priced at 19/20 with Betway!