Premier League Betting Tips and Odds, February 11 - 12

Published: January 10, 2017
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This weekend will see nine matches played in the English Premiere League.

Saturday kicks off with Arsenal hosting Hull

Arsenal is feeling the pressure following losses in their last two outings which have put them 12 points behind Chelsea. While some Arsenal fans are despairing the Premier League title is lost for the season, Arsene Wenger insists on maintaining a positive outlook and shows determination to regain momentum in the coming pivotal series of fixtures. Arsenal is at risk of dropping from the Champions League.

Arsenal is favored to win on Saturday with a 1.29 (29/100) at Everygame.

The line on Olivier Giroud scoring first is at 3.75 (11/4).

Man Utd - Watford

Troy Deeney

Troy Deeney

Manchester United has a home match against Watford. Man Utd has won their last three home matches against Watford and are looking to repeat. Watford's Troy Deeney has scored in his last three games and he's looking to extend that streak.

Everygame odds for both teams to score and Man Utd to win is at 3.10 (21/10). With both teams scoring and a Watford win, it's 23.00 (22/1).

Middlesbrough - Everton

Everton plays at Middlesbrough, who they've beat in 11 of their last 12 Premier League matches.

You can place a Double Chance bet at 1.35 (7/20) on Middlesbrough or Everton to win, betting against the draw.

Stoke - Crystal Palace

Stoke City hosts Crystal Palace who have a record of beating Stoke City in Premier League matches, but Crystal Palace has a record of winning at home.

Sunderland - Southampton

Southampton is at Sunderland on Saturday. These two clubs have always scored in their matches. The odds on Over 2.5 goals is 2.07 (107/100) Under 2.5 goals 1.72 (18/25).

West Ham United hosts West Bromwich Albion

West Ham remains undefeated in their last seven Premiere League home matches against West Bromwich, but West Ham is dealing with injuries.

Result / Both Teams to Score: West Brom / Yes 4.50 (7/2) and West Brom / No 3.75 (11/4).

The final match of Saturday is Liverpool hosting Tottenham Hotspur

Tottenham is fielding injuries and Liverpool have a few bad results. A Half Time / Full Time wager of Tottenham at the half and Liverpool to win is at an attractive 29.00 (28/1), a nice piece of change if you get it.

Sunday has two Premiere League matches;

Burnley - Chelsea

Burnley hosts Chelsea. Burnley has never won a Premiere League match against Chelsea. Chelsea manager Antonio Conte is wary of being too confident, and states his team is not guaranteed to win the Premiere League title this season, although they currently are in the lead by 9 points.

A Half Time / Full Time wager of Chelsea / Chelsea is 2.10 (11/10).

Swansea - Leicester

Jordan Ayew

Jordan Ayew

The final match of the weekend is Swansea City hosting Leicester City. Jordan Ayew will be in action for Swansea for the first time following his signing on in January.

Swansea City have lost their last four matches to Leicester City. Currently the two teams are even in points. If Leicester loses this match they will sink to the bottom of the Premiere League.

Swansea is also still stinging after their match to Man City. Swansea boss Paul Clement says his side should not have conceded Man City's second goal. He believes they should have come away with a point following their 2-1 defeat at Etihad Stadium.

Handicap Result: Swansea (-1) 4.50 (7/2).

It looks like an exciting weekend in the Premiere League as the pressure is on to secure the season.

Please note: all odds accurate as of 10.01.2017, 12:00 GMT+2 and are subject to change. All tips on our site are based on the personal opinion of the author. No success is guaranteed. Please gamble responsibly. 18+.