Best High Odds and Low Odds Bets to Make on Premier League Games This Week

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Best High Odds and Low Odds Bets to Make on Premier League Games This Week
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The English Premier League is in the stretch run and we’ll give you betting advice as the season winds down.

Here, we pick some low odds and some big odds for this week’s Premier League midweek games.

Mohamed Salah to score and win for Liverpool (low odds) -800 at BetMGM

It’s the biggest rivalry in English soccer, and Liverpool and Manchester United head into this one with there being one clear winner expected at Anfield.

The Reds are chasing a quadruple. They haven’t lost in the league since November and they hammered United last time out by a stunning 5-0 scoreline at Old Trafford.

That type of scoreline might not happen this time, but Liverpool should ease to a win, and with Mohamed Salah scoring a hat-trick in that 5-0 win in October, we think he could get on the scoresheet once more.

Mason Mount to score anytime (low odds) +210 at DraftKings

A London derby with great significance for either side takes place this Wednesday, as Chelsea welcomes Arsenal to Stamford Bridge. The Gunners’ form has fallen off a cliff in recent weeks, with them now on a losing run of three games, and with this game and a visit of United on Saturday, their season could be turned on its head here.

Chelsea has returned to winning ways after a bad run. It has scored 11 goals in the past three games, and we think it will beat Arsenal quite comfortably here.

Mason Mount scored another excellent goal last weekend as the Blues made it to the FA Cup final.

He has 23 goals and 18 assists in 99 league games, and will have been involved in more goals than any other English player in his first 100 Premier League matches for the Blues (41) if he can get on the scoresheet.

Burnley 2-0 vs. Southampton (high odds) +1300 at FanDuel

Burnley once again enters a Premier League game as the underdog and it is set to be the first game at Turf Moor without manager Sean Dyche in 10 years. It'll be a strange atmosphere, and throw into the equation their desperation for all three points, and this game is set to be one of their biggest of the season.

The Clarets drew 1-1 with the Europa League semi-finalists, West Ham United last weekend, as Wout Weghorst scored another goal. Southampton got a 1-0 win over top four chasers, Arsenal.

It was the Saints’ first win since early March, however, and given the importance of this one for the home side, we’re looking at the high odds of Burnley to win 2-0.

Bruno Guimaraes to score first and Newcastle to win vs. Crystal Palace (high odds) +1334 at FanDuel

Bruno Guimaraes was Newcastle United’s savior once again last weekend as he scored twice to give the squad a win against Leicester City. The Brazilian netted the equalizer in the first half, before storming into the box to head home the winner with seconds to go.

Although a midfielder and not exactly an out-and-out goalscorer, Guimaraes has three goals in 11 appearances for Newcastle already, as the Magpies look to make it six wins at home on the bounce for the first time in the post-Rafael Benitez days.

Newcastle meets with a Crystal Palace side with just one league win in the past month.

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