EPL – Matchweek 13 Betting Tips
West Ham vs Tottenham – Sat 23rd Nov, 12:30, London Stadium
To start, two teams that are currently in relegation form meet in what could be a very entertaining early kickoff.
I do see good value in a Spurs win at 3/4, but I am always hesitant with early kickoffs.
Spurs are yet to win away from home in the league this season, and I do not think Mourinho has had enough time to make any real impact here.
Instead, I am looking at the cards market. West Ham over 1 card and over 0 cards for Spurs is priced at 1.90 with bet365.
West Ham have picked up an average of 2.17 cards at home this season, picking up 13 yellows in just six home games.
As for Spurs, they average 2.17 cards away from home and 2.33 overall, so they should manage to pick up at least one card tomorrow.
Michael Oliver is in charge of this game, and he has averaged 3.92 yellow cards a game this season, let’s hope for more of the same.
Arsenal vs Southampton – Sat 23rd Nov, 15:00, Emirates Stadium
Firstly, Arsenal are best priced at 13/25 (Unibet) the draw is 19/5 (BetVictor) and a Southampton win is 11/2 (bet365).
I will avoid the win markets in this game, and instead, look at the tantalizing odds for home corners.
Arsenal race to 8 corners is best priced at 2.15 with Betfair, and I see good value in those odds.
Arsenal average a whopping 10.67 corners at home, while Southampton concedes an average of 7.67 corners on the road.
You can opt for Arsenal over 7.5 corners at 2.10, but I struggle to see the Saints getting anywhere near to eight corners in this match. They average a lowly 4.00 corners per game.
It could be tight, but I do see good value in the home corners racking up in this game.
Bournemouth vs Wolves – Sat 23rd Nov, 15:00, Vitality Stadium
Bournemouth are best priced at 15/8 (Betfred), the draw is 12/5 (Unibet) and a Wolves win is 8/5 (bet365).
The odds are pretty tasty, but I am struggling to call a result in this game.
Instead, I am once again going to the cards market. Bournemouth over 0 cards and Wolves over 1 card is best priced at 1.83 with bet365.
The Cherries average a respectable 1.83 yellow cards per game at the Vitality Stadium, and they have several players that are usually good for a card.
As for Wolves, they average 2.83 yellow cards away from home (highest in the league).
Simon Hooper is in charge of this game, and he averages 4.38 yellow cards a match.
Brighton vs Leicester – Sat 23rd Nov, 15:00, King Power Stadium
Brighton are best priced at 29/10 (BetVictor) the draw is 27/10 (Unibet) and a Leicester win is 21/20 (Betfred).
But, I am going to leave the win markets, and I see good value in both teams scoring at 10/13 with SportNation.
Brighton play their best football at the Amex Stadium, and it is arguably their saving grace each season.
The strong home form has shown this season too, with three wins, two draws and one loss.
In fact, they have won their last three home games while scoring eight goals and only conceding two!
I can see the Seagulls netting once again, and they have scored in 6 of their last 7 home games.
Meanwhile, Leicester have conceded at least one goal in 12 of their last 14 away games, but, they have kept two clean sheets in their last two away games. However, they came against sides that are struggling for goals in Crystal Palace and Southampton.
But, Leicester have looked very dangerous this season, and I can see them getting a goal or two tomorrow.
Leicester have scored in five of their six away games, and they are currently the second-highest goal scorers in the league (behind Man City) with 29 goals in their first 12 games.