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

Date IconLast Updated: Sep 28th, 2022
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Best High Odds and Low Odds Bets to Make on Premier League Games This Weekend
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Liverpool to Win 3-0 Against Southampton (High Odds): +3000 FanDuel

Liverpool needs nothing but a win against Southampton this weekend, as if they drop points in either a draw or a loss just as Manchester City win, it will spell the end of their quadruple hopes with the points deficit already three with only six left.

Worse yet for the Reds, their goals difference is now inferior to that of City’s, too, and they’ll need to make up seven goals in their last two, hope City lose one of theirs, while they win both of their own.

Winning by an impressive margin is more than likely for this relentless Liverpool side, however, and against a Southampton team with just one win in two months, having lost 3-0 last time out to mid-table Brentford, a 3-0 win seems an appropriate guess.

Leeds and Brighton to See Over 3.5 goals in the Game (Low Odds): +185 DraftKings

Two of the sides thriving off their attacking intent will meet this weekend as Leeds United must better the result of Burnley to get out of the relegation zone. 

A win here and a Burnley loss against Tottenham, and Leeds can start to be more positive. However, with Brighton coming off the back of smashing Manchester United 4-0, it’s going to be tough.

Both sides usually go for goals in abundance to win games, and all signs point to a high-scoring battle here as the Whites must win, while the Seagulls have nothing to play for but a place in the Top 10.

Vardy to Score a Goal Assisted by Barnes Against Watford (High Odds): +650 FanDuel

Jamie Vardy returned to goalscoring ways as he came back into the starting XI against Norwich City last time out. 

The Leicester City superstar has still managed to get 12 goals in the Premier League this season despite playing only 22 times, and with him now back and fit, he’ll be eager to get another goal against a Watford side that has already let in 70 goals.

Harvey Barnes was on fire that day, too, as he got another two assists, both of which came for Vardy. Barnes has 12 assists this season in another solid individual campaign for him, with eight of them coming in the Premier League.

De Bruyne to Score Anytime Against West Ham (Low Odds): +140 DraftKings

Kevin De Bruyne, pictured, stunningly netted four goals in one of the best individual performances of the season as his City side put one hand on the title with a win away to Wolverhampton Wanderers.

The Belgian was already on course to register his best goalscoring season in his illustrious career to date, with his best being 16, as he was on 15 before beating Wolves. 

Now, with four more in his locker, De Bruyne will be eyeing up another one here as he pursues a third PFA Player of the Year trophy.

West Ham United won’t be easy, however, and this will be arguably City’s toughest game of the league season given what is at stake, but that is exactly where De Bruyne thrives.