More of the same with us last weekend, hitting on two of our three EPL betting tips to fill your pockets some more. Good news, we have some more plays on the way for Matchday 3, which you can find below!
EPL Matchday 3 Betting Tips
Crystal Palace vs Everton
Selhurst Park, Sunday 12am AEST
Crystal Palace have hit the ground running this season with wins in their opening two games. Their most recent win was their most impressive, defeating Manchester United 3-1 at Old Trafford.
Everton have also gotten off to a winning start this campaign with victories in their first two matches. Most impressive has been the fluidity of their attacks after making a bunch of changes to their starting XI. The Toffees banged in five past West Brom on the weekend, led by Calvert-Lewin who now has four goals to his name.
Both clubs have started the season well and will be desperate to make it three wins on the trot; however, Everton clearly have a huge talent advantage here and look a fantastic double-up bet.
West Bromwich Albion vs Chelsea
The Hawthorns, Sunday 2:30am AEST
West Brom have shown good signs during patches of their two games back in the Premier League, but their lapses are really killing them. The Baggies have now conceded eight goals and look every bit like a team that’ll be battling to avoid relegation.
Chelsea got their season off to a positive start with a 3-1 win over Brighton, but they weren’t able to back it up against the Champions on the weekend, losing 2-0 at home to Liverpool.
The Blues will be very keen to get back onto the winners list and they get the perfect opportunity to do just that when they travel to the Hawthorns. Chelsea should have far too much firepower for the Baggies and will be winning this comfortably.
Tottenham Hotspur vs Newcastle United
THS, Sunday 11pm AEST
Tottenham were unlucky not to get anything out of their season-opening fixture against Everton when they lost 1-0. They didn’t let that result have any bearing on their performance levels last game, where they were outstanding in attack to smash Southampton 5-2.
Newcastle United teased fans in their opening match with a classy 2-0 win away to West Ham, only to back it up with a listless 3-0 loss at home to Brighton, where they conceded twice in the opening 10 minutes.
Both clubs come into this at 1-1, but they’re still worlds apart in terms of talent and structure. Tottenham seemingly get an easy home kill and should be banking all three points without too much problem.
Liverpool vs Arsenal
Anfield, Tuesday 5am AEST
Liverpool won the first heavyweight battle of the season when they knocked over Chelsea at Stamford Bright last weekend. Tiago came on in the second half for the Reds and looked fantastic, helping the Reds to a perfect 2/2 start to their campaign.
Arsenal found themselves in an unlikely duel with West Ham on the weekend, but were able to negotiate a 2-1 win in the end. The Gunners are also perfect starters this campaign with two wins in as many matches.
Goals have been a constant in this fixture for a long, long time now and we don’t see any reason why that will change this weekend. The Both Teams to Score market has saluted on each of the last seven meetings between these clubs, and that trend looks a good thing to continue.
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