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Spurs v United betting tips

Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham Hotspur will host his old side Manchester United this Friday night as both teams return to Premier League football after the large break. Fans will be intrigued with this game as both sides are looking to cement their place in European football next season so taking the points from this game will be the perfect start to making it happen.

There are many stars to look out for that could steal an anytime scorer bet but one that is difficult to look past is the United midfielder Bruno Fernandes. He was hitting good form in his first games with the Red Devils, playing five games and getting two goals. The Portuguese will be an important part of an attacking force helped by Marcus Rashford and Paul Pogba.

Fernandes has 13/5 odds to score at anytime which is an attractive bet since he will be looking to keep his hot scoring form and of course, he is confident enough to take a shot from anywhere if the chance comes up.

Premier League Tips: Spurs v United

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Bruno Fernandes to score from outside the penalty area BOOSTED @ 11/1

Brighton v Arsenal betting tips

Arsenal will be travelling to Brighton as the clear favourites, but it is never as easy as it seems when a team travels to the Amex as sides struggle to break through Graham Potter’s defensive line.

Anyone watching the game can expect to see Arsenal attacking for the majority of the game but Brighton are good at quickly breaking out on counter-attacks and they have dangerous players if they get the chance in front of goal.

Neal Maupay is at 9/5 for his anytime scorer bet as he is very reliable when given a chance in the box which Brighton may be able to create for him on one of their fast counter-attacking plays. The Frenchman has scored eight goals for his club this season and will be looking to score more to help them move up the league table.

West Ham v Wovles betting tips

Wolves will be looking to take three points when they go to the London Stadium to play West Ham United and keep their European football dreams alive.

West Ham have struggled to keep teams out and have seemed to have leaked goals against most sides this season which has seen them slump down to 16th in the table.

Wolves main danger man Raul Jimenez will be looking to add more goals to his already impressive tally. He has scored 13 goals for his side so far this season and is at 7/5 to score at any time against the Hammers which is a very good price for a striker on good form.

Villa v Chelsea betting tips

Frank Lampard has some exciting young players at Chelsea who will be eager to get back to Premier League football. None more so than Mason Mount who has a very similar playing style that his manager used to have.

Mount is looking at 5/2 to score at any time and with his natural ability to be in the right place at the right time around the edge of the box, like Lampard used to do for Chelsea and England.

The 21-year-old has already scored six goals this season and will be looking to get his seventh against a struggling Aston Villa side that are down in 19th and can not seem to stop teams from scoring multiple goals against them, so backing the young Chelsea midfielder looks like a very attractive bet.

Premier League Tips: Watford v Leicester

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Leicester to win 2-0 POWER PRICE @ 11/1

Everton v Liverpool betting tips

This derby could see Liverpool take a step closer to winning that Premier League title that has evaded them for so long, but Everton will not be pushovers. The Toffees have their dangerous English striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Brazilian Richarlison leading their attacking force and both can produce something spectacular when they get the chance.

The reds are favourites to take the three points from this but who can ever say what will happen in a Merseyside derby? Everton very rarely go a whole 90 minutes without scoring a goal and who else to score that goal than Richarlison and his odds stand nicely at 21/10.

Everton will spend most of their time trying to hold off the likes of Sadio Mane and Mohammed Salah, but Everton are sure to create some chances of their own.

By Liam Amos