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

Date IconLast Updated: Sep 14th, 2023
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Best High Odds and Low Odds Bets to Make on Premier League Games This Weekend
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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 weekend’s Premier League games.

Man City to Win 5-0 Against Watford (Higher Odds): +1200 DraftKings Sportsbook

Manchester City returned to the top of the Premier League table as it edged Brighton & Hove Albion on Wednesday, and it came not long after Watford put one foot back in the Championship with a late loss to Brentford.

The Hornets have had a disastrous time when meeting Pep Guardiola's side, and their 62 goals conceded makes for terrible reading ahead of meeting with a City side who needs to win every game from now until the end of the campaign.

The champions have scored an extraordinary 19 goals in their past five games against Watford and conceded just once. They should dismantle them again here, and 5-0 seems like an appropriate scoreline given the form of either side.

Maddison to Score and Win for Leicester Against Villa (Lower Odds): +350 BetMGM

James Maddison has been in excellent form these past few months for Leicester City, and ahead of its match with an Aston Villa side in torrid form, the creative midfielder will be vital here once again.

Villa has won one game in its past five, and has lost four in a row with nine goals going in its own goal. On the other hand, Maddison has been involved in 23 goals this campaign, of which he has scored 14.

The Englishman has two goals against Villa in his career, and scored the winner against their Midlands rivals last season. We’re picking the Leicester star to score again here and help get his side the win.

Both Teams to Score and Over 2.5 Goals Between Arsenal and Man United (Lower Odds): +100 DraftKings

Arsenal and Manchester United will meet at the Emirates this weekend with the home side boasting a three-point advantage over the Red Devils in the fight for the top four.

Despite the torrid form of United after the 4-0 loss to Liverpool, many of its games see over 2.5 goals with its goalscoring ability and defensive woes. In fact, against all members of the top six this season, it has seen over 2.5 goals in all games except two, including a 3-2 win against the Gunners in December.

Arsenal also saw six goals in the 4-2 win away to Chelsea, and seven of its past 10 games have seen over 2.5 goals come in.

Brentford and Spurs to Score in Both Halves (Higher Odds): +1100 at DraftKings

Tottenham Hotspur and Brentford have seen goals come in more than most sides this season with a combined 156 goals coming from their combined 65 games. Spurs themselves have witnessed 37 goals in their past 10 fixtures, with the Bees seeing 19 in their past six games since the start of March.

Ahead of a meeting at the Brentford Community Stadium, Antonio Conte’s men are not likely to take their foot off the gas with them in desperate need to match or better Arsenal’s result in order to stay in the top four.

Brentford is in 12th, have a top half finish to play for, and is likely to be safe from relegation too, and in this London derby, goals are now expected.