23.02.20 11:45

Women’s Super League Matchday 17 Predictions & Odds

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Women’s Super League Matchday 17 Betting Tips

What a weekend we have in store in the Women’s Super League with all games kicking off on Sunday, February 23.

There are plenty of intriguing games to bet on, including the possibility of Manchester City being knocked off the top spot by rivals Chelsea.

Below are the weekend’s highlights and best odds and tips.

Manchester City v Chelsea Betting Tips

Manchester City saw off Arsenal just a few weeks ago and face a tough test once more against Chelsea.

They’re one point clear of the London side but have also played a game more. That’s perhaps reflected in the odds with Paddy Power making Chelsea favorites for this one at 13/10.

The city is a good punt at 17/10 and we’d back the home side to come out on top. The win and BTTS look good value at 4/1 and would be our top tip.

Ellen White will be key for City, and she’ll be worth backing as an anytime scorer following eight goals in 17 games.

The city has lost just one in 10 and is full of confidence. And with home advantage, it’s difficult to look past them.

Chelsea has only ever beaten City twice in the league, although that did come earlier this season.

Food for thought, but City will be desperate for revenge.

Everton v Manchester United Betting Tips

Both sides will want a win after drawing last week against Tottenham and Brighton respectively.

Manchester United are hot favorites on 8/15, but Everton is hot on the heels of United in the league and is well priced at 7/2.

We expect this one to be a close game and the Draw/Everton HT/FT market is an appealing bet at 9/1.

The dropped points against Brighton by United will buoy Everton and a Toffees win and BTTS would be our bet for this one at 15/2.

Chloe Kelly will be the woman to watch for Everton. She was impressive against Spurs last time out and could be a good player to back in the Scorecast market.

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