EPL Super Sunday Betting Tips – Matchweek 18
Watford vs Man United – 22/12/19, 14:00, Vicarage Road
Referee: Lee Mason
Firstly, Watford are best priced at 4.6 (BetVictor) to win, the draw is 4.05 (Unibet) and a Man United win is 1.82 with Unibet.
The hosts are in dreadful form, and there could be value in the away win at 1.82, but I am going to create a little bet builder for better value.
Over 1 card for Watford and over 0 cards for Man United at 2.00 with bet365.
To start, Watford have one of the worst disciplinary records in the league, averaging 2.25 yellow cards at home this season.
Also, when Man United have been playing on the road this season, their opponents have averaged 2.50 yellow cards against them.
As for United, they have averaged 2.25 cards on the road so far, and they should be able to pick up a card or two in this one.
I see good value in both teams receiving over 1 card at 3.00 with bet365 if you fancy higher odds.
Although, Lee Mason has only been averaging 3.20 yellow cards this season, hence why I am playing it safer with the over 1 cards for Watford and over 0 for Man United.
Tottenham vs Chelsea – 22/12/19, 16:30, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Referee: Anthony Taylor
To start, Spurs are 2.4 (William Hill) to win, the draw is 3.75 (bet365) and a Chelsea win is 2.95 (Unibet).
If you are brave enough to pick a result in this one, fair play. I cannot confidently pick any result in this match.
But, I can see a scrappy and feisty game as these two bitter rivals meet this Sunday.
Both teams to score and over 0 cards each team is priced at 1.90 with bet365.
Spurs have been consistently scoring under Mourinho so far, and they come off the back of spanking Burnley 5-0 in their last home match, and beating Wolves 2-1 last Sunday.
Also, Chelsea are yet to keep a clean sheet on the road in their first 8 games, conceding 2+ in six of those. I struggle to see Chelsea keeping Spurs out this Sunday.
But, Chelsea have also scored in all but their first away games this season, and Spurs have only kept 1 clean sheet in their last 12 PL games.
I can see this being a high scoring match, and I think both teams will get in on the action.
As for the cards, Anthony Taylor is usually a card happy ref, averaging a tasty 4.86 yellow cards in the Premier League this season. He has also given out 2 reds in his last 14 games.
Spurs are averaging 2.00 yellow cards at home this season, and Chelsea are averaging 1.63 away from home.
Both teams should easily pick up at least one card each in this game.