Premier League betting tips and accumulator
- Under 2.5 goals in Brentford vs Luton – 11/10 with BetVictor
- Burnley to win & both teams to score vs Sheffield United – 29/10 with Wiliam Hill
- Bournemouth draw no bet v Aston Villa – 33/20 with BetMGM
- A treble of under 2.5 goals in Luton vs Brentford, Burnley & BTTS and Bournemouth draw no bets pays over 19/1 with BetVictor
- Michael Olise to score or assist vs West Ham – 15/8 with bet365
With the weather outside frightful, staying inside to enjoy a weekend of Premier League football looks delightful with the games helpfully spread out evenly over Saturday and Sunday.
We’ve previewed the biggest games of the week, which is co-headlined by Manchester United’s trip to Newcastle on Saturday night and Tottenham taking on Manchester City on Sunday, and they can be found on our football betting tips page.
Here, we’ll focus on the weekend’s other games and pick out our top tips from football betting sites, hoping to follow up last week’s success after landing three of our four bets.
After careful consideration of the Premier League odds, we’ve selected our three favourite match bets, which can be thrown together into a treble that pays over 19/1 with BetVictor, and a player prop fancy.
Brentford vs Luton predictions
Luton picked up their second Premier League win of the season last time out against Crystal Palace and will be hoping to give another London side a scare when visiting Brentford.
The Hatters have been threatening that second win for a little while as they continue to come to terms with life in the top flight.
Betting sites don’t rate their chances too highly at Brentford though, making Luton 6/1 underdogs. However, this looks a good fixture for Rob Edwards’ team stylistically and they may be able to frustrate the Bees.
Brentford have lost their last two games to Arsenal and Liverpool, failing to find the net in either, while there’s no end in sight to their injury issues.
Mathias Jensen and Mads Roerslev are the latest players in the treatment room for a Brentford side that may struggle to break down Luton.
After shipping seven goals in their first two games of the season, Luton have conceded 16 in the next 11.
These two sides both rely heavily on set pieces for goalscoring opportunities but their strength in that area may result in them cancelling one another out, potentially leading to a low-scoring clash.
Brentford vs Luton Tip 1: Under 2.5 goals - 11/10 with BetVictor
Burnley vs Sheffield United predictions
Burnley are odds-on with bookmakers to end their run of seven-straight league defeats at Turf Moor when hosting Sheffield United in a clash that could have far-reaching implications.
Both managers, Vincent Kompany and Paul Heckingbottom, are under increasing pressure to show they are the right men to get their respective sides out of their current predicament, with both teams entrenched in the relegation zone.
The Clarets were left heartbroken by West Ham’s late turnaround last weekend, but there were enough positives to take from that display to think Burnley can justify their status as favourites with new betting sites here.
Sheffield United were wretched in their home defeat to Bournemouth and head to Turf Moor having lost on four of their past five visits, including last season’s Championship clash.
With the league’s two worst defences on show, goals at either end seem likely and pairing both teams to score with a home win bumps up the price to 29/10 with William Hill.
This is a must-win game for Kompany and Burnley and they may be able to get themselves across the line.
Burnley vs Sheffield United Tip: Burnley to win & BTTS – 29/10 with William Hill
Bournemouth vs Aston Villa predictions
Buoyed by back-to-back wins, Bournemouth look up for the challenge of hosting an Aston Villa side that starts the weekend in the top four.
The Cherries recently tuned over fellow Champions League hopefuls Newcastle at the Vitality Stadium and followed that up with an impressive 3-1 win at Sheffield United.
Bournemouth appear to have finally got to grips with the demands of boss Andoni Iraola, who prefers an energetic, attacking-minded approach.
Bournemouth have had 42 shots on goal across those two wins and will get chances against a Villa side that was grateful to goalkeeper Emi Martinez for keeping Tottenham at bay last week. Spurs registered 2.09 expected goals against Villa, who rode their luck to secure a 2-1 victory.
Bournemouth’s pacy wingers may expose Aston Villa’s high defensive line in a fixture the Cherries have a good record in, winning four of the last five meetings.
Keeping the insurance of the draw on side, the south coast outfit are worth consideration at 33/20 in the draw no bet market to beat a Villa team that’s had a few slip ups away from home in the league.
Bournemouth vs Aston Villa Tip: Bournemouth draw no bet – 33/20 with BetMGM
West Ham vs Crystal Palace predictions
(Sky Sports Main Event, 2pm Sunday)
Michael Olise scored a goal of the season contender on his return to the Crystal Palace starting line-up at Luton last weekend and figures to have a big role to play against West Ham.
The Eagles lost Eberechi Eze to injury in the defeat to the Hatters, placing greater emphasis on Olise creating the openings for a Palace team that struggles to score. Without Eze, Olise will likely be on set piece duty too.
Olise should cause issues for a Hammers team that's kept one clean sheet in the league all season and has shipped six goals across the last three top flight matches.
They have the fourth-worst expected goals against figure of 23.5 in the league, according to Fbref, and found Olise tough to handle last year.
The 21-year-old registered a goal and assist across two games against the Hammers and given how sharp he looked at Luton, we’re backing him at 15/8 with bet365 to score or assist for our final Premier League prediction.
West Ham vs Crystal Palace Tip: Michael Olise to score or assist vs West Ham – 15/8 with bet365
Chris is an experienced sports betting writer who has worked with most major bookmakers and national media outlets, such as Racing Post and ITN. He covers a wide range of sports with his favourites being NFL, rugby, football and Formula 1.