The mid-week round of the English Premier League is on, and besides the big derby at Old Trafford between Manchester United and Tottenham, we have plenty of other games. That allows us to earn some money, so you better stay tuned and see our previews and picks with BetXchange odds.
Liverpool VS West Ham
This is a perfect chance for the Reds to win another three points and utilize a win over Manchester City. We have to add that the Reds played well against the Citizens, and their victory can’t be questioned under any circumstance.
On the other side, West Ham had four wins in a row before playing 1-1 on the road in Southampton. The Hammers are playing well both in Europe and the Europa Conference League. They are inconsistent on the road, with only one win in the EPL away from the London Stadium.
Our pick here is Liverpool to win, because the hosts have the momentum on their side, while the visitors don’t perform that well on the road.
Pick: Liverpool 2/5 at BetXchange
Leicester VS Leeds
The home team is without its best player, James Maddison, yet that won’t be an alibi in case they don’t take all three points against Leeds. This is one of those must-win games for the hosts, who are in a desperate situation and need to move up from the relegation zone.
Leeds is slightly better when it comes to points, having four more than the Foxes, but their form is equally terrible, if not even worse. Lots of injuries present a big problem for the Peacocks, who struggle on both ends of the field.
Leicester prefers an offensive-minded style of play because they don’t have too many defenders, and their only option is to attack and score more goals than the rivals. That’s why we expect a high-scoring affair at the Kings Power Stadium and at least three hits.
Pick: Over 2.5 goals 3/4 at BetXchange
Newcastle VS Everton
The Magpies had their chances to beat United at Trafford, especially in the first half once Eddie Howe’s boys missed a few dead chances. This was the fifth consecutive event in which they haven’t lost, but three of those games concluded with a draw. Newcastle has six draws, three wins and a loss in the past 10.
Everton lost its grip, experiencing back-to-back losses, one at home to Manchester United, 1-2, and the other on the road against Tottenham, 2-0. They defend properly, not allowing the rivals too many chances, but on the other side, they don’t produce too many opportunities for scoring.
We are backing up the home unit to triumph here, because of a solid form and a home-field edge. The odds are solid and, in our opinion, have value.
Pick: Newcastle 3/5 at BetXchange
Bournemouth VS Southampton
Following a terrible start, the Cherries caught the rhythm, not losing the last six games, winning two, and having four draws. Four of these games were with both teams scoring. Their games at home aren’t that efficient because four in the recent five saw just one side netting, yet that trend is apparently changing.
Southampton lost all of its last three outings, not scoring a single goal, while allowing six. The Saints are without a win for the past five games, and prior to the most recent draw at home against West Ham, 1-1, this crew lost four straight.
This is a nice opportunity for the hosts to keep posting good and positive results, and we are betting on Bournemouth’s victory here.
Pick: Bournemouth wins 13/10 at BetXchange