English Premier League Week 11 comes after back-to-back international rounds, and according to many, it should bring several surprises. The players are constantly without rest, and having in mind that the top ones had obligations in national teams a few weeks ago, some pundits expect lots of surprises. Take five minutes of your time to check out BetXChange‘s preview of the entire round. 

Burnley vs. Everton 

After four points in two matches, the Clarets felt what it is like to be under Man City’s steamroller, losing 5-0 at Etihad. Meanwhile, Everton is in a serious crisis having just one victory in the last six games. This will be a tough one to watch due to all the caution coming from both coaches. Nine of Burnley’s last 10 saw both teams not to score. This one will too.

Both teams not to score 0.90 at BetXChange

Man City vs. Fulham

The Cottagers made a first-class sensation beating Leicester on the road last Monday. But that won’t save them from a convincing loss against the well-rested Citizens, whose key players took a day off in Porto.

Man City to score over 1.5 in first HT 1.05 at BetXChange

West Ham vs. Manchester United

The Hammers could deliver that one surprise. Although, when seeing the Red Devils, their losses aren’t anything special anymore. Solskjaer’s side is shaken following a loss in the UEFA Champions League, and focused on their upcoming match in Leipzig. So, West Ham to stay unbeaten is worth trying.  

West Ham or draw 0.72 at BetXChange

Chelsea vs. Leeds 

The Blues, that is, Olivier Giroud destroyed Sevilla on the road, scoring four times. They are now facing the injury-chopped Leeds United, who didn’t allow a goal in the past two games. However, this is the match where Bielsa’s team doesn’t have anything to hope for. Chelsea is a much better side at the moment.

Chelsea Wins 0.53 at BetXChange

West Brom vs. Crystal Palace 

This is the last wagon for the Baggies to move from the bottom of the table. Palace is coming to Birmingham with three games over the past four in which they didn’t score a goal. It was the same with WBA until their win against Sheffield last week. We will back up the hosts no to lose here.

WBA or Draw 0.50 at BetXChange

Sheffield United vs. Leicester City

Instead of beating Fulham and jumping to the first place, Leicester received a slap in the face but now has a chance to erase that minus. They are visiting the worst team in the league, and anything but Foxes’ win would be a surprise. 

Leicester 0.95 at BetXChange

Tottenham vs. Arsenal 

Both sides have injured players, and both of them played international matches this Thursday. Truth to be told, they had mixed lineups involved. The North London Derby always attracts interest, and this episode in particular, with the Spurs topping the league right now. We expect a tough and hard game, with just a few or no goals at all. Because of that, under 2.5 scores is our pick for this clash. 

Under 2.5 goals 0.90 at BetXChange

Liverpool vs. Wolves 

The Reds have a long list of injured players, yet they don’t have too many choices when it comes to this event. A win is a must. On the other side, Wolves are decapitated with Raul Jimenez’s injury, and they will appear without their top player. One crucial reason why to pick Liverpool here.

Liverpool 0.5 at BetXChange

Brighton vs. Southampton 

It was a very unpleasant Saturday afternoon at St. Mary’s last week, once Cavani hit a game-winner for United. The Saints lost two goals of an advantage, and that hurts a lot, we might guess. The Seagulls outplayed Liverpool but managed to snap just one point from that event, which gives them the right to hope that they might win here. Both sides will try to reach all three points. 

Both teams to score 0.70 at BetXChange.

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