Premier League Betting tipsThe Premier League returns for another weekend as teams battle it out against each other in search of the valuable three points. At LV BET, we offer some of the best Premier League betting options available.



PREMIER LEAGUE FORM: L – W – L – W – L VS L – W – L – L – L 

West Ham have dipped from their usual form, having lost three from the last five matches, with the latest defeat coming against Brentford. Similarly, relegation-threatened Burnley were unable to replicate their performance when they won against Everton as they fell victim to Norwich City. 

David Moyes commented that his side has been playing on a tight schedule having to play Europa League football on Thursday and then again on Sunday, which is not ideal for the recovery of his players. On the other hand, Sean Dyche was disappointed that his side were unable to finish their chances when they presented themselves as they now head into a make or break period in their fight for survival.

We are pricing under 2.5 goals in the match at 9/11 (1.82)

A West Ham win of 2-0 is priced at 13/2 (7.50)

MATCH ODDS: West Ham are at 5/7 (1.72) whilst a Burnley win is valued at 4/1 (5.00) and a draw at 29/10 (3.90).


PREMIER LEAGUE FORM: L – D – L – L – L VS L – L – W – L – W 

The Saints will hope to recover from a humiliating defeat at home after conceding six goals to the hands of a rampant Chelsea side. Chelsea looked like scoring every time they moved the ball forward, with Southampton all over the place and leaving a lot of spaces vacant for the visitors to exploit. Similarly, the Gunners fell to a defeat against Brighton – a result that puts their Champions League dreams on standby. 

Arsenal have been struck with a couple of injuries, and with Mikel Arteta not having much options in order to rotate, the squad is wearing thin in such a delicate time in their season. Thomas Partey and Kieren Tierney have both been ruled out through injury. Southampton, on the other hand, will look to bounce back and put on a great performance. Against Chelsea, it was the Saint’s fifth game without a win, having attained just one point from a possible 15 points. 

We are anticipating an open game with both sides prone to mistakes, and thus both teams to score is priced at 3/4 (1.75)

Martinelli to score anytime during the match is valued at 41/20 (3.05)

MATCH ODDS: Southampton are priced at 59/20 (3.95), whilst Arsenal are at 11/12 (1.92) and a draw at 14/5 (3.80)


PREMIER LEAGUE FORM: W – W – W – W – L VS W – D – L – L – L 

Tottenham are hitting form at the right time, putting them in prime position to qualify for the Champions League positions after other teams around them failed to score points. Brighton returned to winning ways against Arsenal last weekend after failing to register a win in their last seven games. Against the Gunners, the Seagulls clicked and took control of the midfield with Bissouma and debutant Caicedo at the centre of it all. 

In recent games, Tottenham have been solid defensively and prolific going forward amassing a total of 25 goals in their last seven. Spurs fans have been through a turbulent season and hope to finish it on a high by securing Champions League football. 

The reverse fixture was an away victory for Conte’s side as they won 2-0, with goals from Cristian Romero and Harry Kane. 

We are pricing Harry Kane or Son to score anytime during the match at 7/20 (1.35)

Both teams to score is priced at 19/20 (1.95)

We are also pricing the 2nd half to have the most goals at 11/10 (2.10)

MATCH ODDS: Tottenham are priced at 5/9 (1.55) to win, whilst Brighton are at 11/2 (6.50), and a draw at 33/10 (4.30)


PREMIER LEAGUE FORM: W – L – L – L – W VS W – D – W – L – W

Newcastle United have turned their season around since the January transfer market, and it’s fantastic to see St James Park in full voice and rocking again. Magpies have endured one of the worst few seasons in the history of the club – but things are looking up. Leicester have endured an injury-stricken season with most of the backline missing out, and Brendan Rodgers had to pair different players at centreback. 

In the reverse fixture, it was a comfortable win for Leicester as they put four past Newcastle at the King Power Stadium. A confident Newcastle side will hope to better that result and push for a victory. Eddie Howe’s side will be without Fraser as he is out injured with a suspected hamstring injury sustained in his last appearance. It will be down to Allan Saint-Maximin to cause havoc in the Foxes’ defence with the pace and trickery he possesses. 

We are pricing a Newcastle win and over 2.5 goals to be scored in the match at 23/10 (3.30)

Allan Saint-Maximin to score anytime during the match at 29/10 (3.90)

Both teams to score is at 5/7 (1.72)

MATCH ODDS: Newcastle are priced at 5/4 (2.25) to win, whilst Leicester are at 47/20 (3.35), and a draw at 12/5 (3.40)


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*Odds subject to change. Odds correct at time of publishing

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