27.11.20 17:36

Drawn Blades – Our Top Premier League Odds Picks


Saturday brings us four matches in the Premier League including Everton taking on Leeds in what should be a cracking encounter – we’ve our Odds Picks for that Goodison showdown here.

As we’re such nice guys here at Odds Manager, we’ve also studied the stats for the three other matches and you can check out our top Odds Picks for them below.

Our Top Brighton v Liverpool Odds Pick – Liverpool to win & both teams score – 2/1 at bet365

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Liverpool to win & both teams to score

Despite disappointing against Atalanta in midweek, Liverpool can bounce back to winning ways on their trip to the South coast as they face Brighton.

The Reds were impressive in thrashing Leicester 3-0 last Sunday as they look to win back-to-back titles and Jurgen Klopp will be expecting three more points on Saturday.

We fancy Liverpool for the win but we can also see Brighton bagging at least one goal. 

The Seagulls have scored in all but one of their nine league matches this season, including goals against Chelsea, Man Utd, Everton, and Spurs – it would be no shock if Liverpool were added to that list on Saturday.

Our Top Manchester City v Burnley Odds Pick – Manchester City to win to nil – 5/6 at Betfair

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Manchester City to win to nil

City cruised into the last 16 of the Champions League midweek but domestically they could do with hitting some form.

Burnley come into this on the back of their first win of the season but we expect them to get nothing against a City side that should be a class above the Clarets.

City have kept clean sheets over Burnley the last three times at the Etihad and with Burnley having only scored once in their last five matches, a City victory to nil looks on the cards.

Our Top West Brom v Sheffield United Odds Pick – The Draw – 9/4 at Unibet

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West Brom & Sheffield United to Draw

Bottom plays second bottom as West Brom face Sheffield United at the Hawthorns in one that’s probably not for the neutrals.

Points and goals have been sorely missing for both sides so far this season and a loss for either team would see the pressure ramp up on Chris Wilder or Slaven Bilic.

With so much on the line, we can see this ending up a tactical stalemate so we’re happy to side with the draw in the hope that it’s 2-2 rather than a dull 0-0.

Please note that all odds are correct at time of publication and are subject to change.

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