Manchester United v Arsenal05/12/2018 20:00
|Away goalsOver 1.5|
Burnley v Liverpool05/12/2018 19:45
|Away win2nd half|
Fulham v Leicester05/12/2018 19:45
Everton v Newcastle05/12/2018 19:45
|Home win2nd half|
Arsenal are in great form and will be full of confidence after their 4-2 London Derby win on Sunday. Conversely, Man United are still struggling this season and drew their last game 2-2 away against Southampton.
Also, United are still on a -1 goal difference which has seen them concede 23 goals in 14 games this season as their defence is still struggling to keep teams out. Injuries have plagued the United backline too, with six defenders carrying some sort of knock or injury right now.
They come up against an Arsenal team that has scored 2+ goals in 11 of their 14 games this season, and I see good value in Arsenal doing it again tomorrow night.
Strangely, all of Liverpool seven Premier League goals at Turf Moor has come in the second half. I think Liverpool will win this game fairly comfortably while scoring in both halves. But, I also think the leagues best defence will keep Burnley out too.
Liverpool to win both halves can also be a good bet, but I can’t ignore the seven goals in the second half at Turf Moor, and there is still good value in Liverpool to win the second half.
Burnley have the second-worst defence in the league this season, conceding a total of 29 goals in 14 games to an average of 2.07 a match. I struggle to see them keeping Liverpool out and the goals will most likely flood in tomorrow.
Firstly, I see both teams scoring in this match, but I cannot see it ending 1-1 (watch 1-1 land now). Fulham are still struggling at the back while conceding four goals in their first two matches under Ranieri.
Fulham have the worst defence in the league, conceding a shocking 35 goals in 14 games, and it doesn’t look any better under Ranieri. Leicester won 2-0 in their last match against Watford and I can see them following that up with another win here.
But, Fulham are more than capable of scoring a goal or two themselves, either way, I see goals in this match. Leicester have scored in every away match so far this season, while Fulham have scored in all but two of their home matches.
I seem to like the Liverpool sides winning the second half tomorrow night, but that’s because there is clear value to be seen. Everton have scored 70% of their goals in the second half, and I see Newcastle setting up fairly defensively in this match.
But, Everton also have a great record against Newcastle with eight wins in their last nine meetings while winning the last five clashes without conceding a single goal.
Everton have won their last four home matches in a row while winning in the second half in each of those matches.
Steven has been following football and darts since he was very young. He has a passion for enhancing sporting events through betting for long-term, sustainable profit.