The 2018-19 EPL season is heating up as we approach the 12th week of action. Amazingly, there are three teams still undefeated after 11 games, with Manchester City (29 points), Chelsea (27 points) and Liverpool (27 points) all playing superbly. After a couple of tough weeks picking winners, we’ve now shifted our focus to Week 12, where we are confident we’ve found some value plays.
Check out our EPL Week 12 preview and betting tips below.
Crystal Palace have certainly had a better start to the season than they did in their 2017-18 campaign, but that isn’t saying much at all. They are currently in 14th spot on the table with a record of 2-2-7. Surprisingly, both of their wins have come on the road this season, as they’ve struggled to perform in front of their home fans, amassing just two points from five games.
The Spurs have been good without being great this season on their way to an 8-0-3 record, which has them in fourth position on the table. They’ve been forced to earn each and every win so far, with numerous games being decided by a single goal. They’ll be looking to get some momentum going with a big win on the road here.
We have the Spurs being too good in this one. They’re by far the superior team of the two and shouldn’t be at too much of a disadvantage being on the road, seeing as Palace have struggled at home this season.
Manchester City have continued on from their record breaking 2018-19 campaign with a stellar start to the season. They’ve only dropped points in two of their 11 games and are boasting a ladder leading 9-2-0 record. Their home form has also been emphatic. They’ve won each of their six home games thus far, scoring 24 goals and conceding just three in the process.
Their cross-town rivals Manchester United are slowly building into the season and have won five and drawn one of their last six matches. Amazingly, all five of those victories have come by a single goal. Their most recent match was mid-week against Cristiano Ronaldo’s Juventus, who they were able to overcome in a big win on the road. They’ll be hoping that they can freshen up in time for one of the most highly anticipated EPL games of the season to date.
Despite United’s resurgence of sorts, any other results than a City win would be a massive surprise. They’re such an impressive team and should win this by a couple of goals.
Liverpool suffered a shock loss mid-week in the Champions League and will be looking to make amends at home this weekend. Despite not being at their blistering best, the Reds have remained undefeated and in with a real shot at this season’s title. They’re currently in third position on the table with an 8-3-0 record.
Fulham come into this one as serious underdogs and rightfully so. They’ve struggled to get going in their jump up to the top tier this season and have won just one of their 11 games to date. They currently sit on the bottom of the EPL table with a 1-2-8 record and have the daunting task of travelling to Anfield this weekend. In their six away games this season they’ve managed to grab just one point.
We have Liverpool dominating this match from start to finish and piling on the goals. However, we think the best and safest play is on the both teams not to score market. Liverpool have conceded just one goal in five home games this season, while Fulham have scored just five in their six away games.
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