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ODDSbible Football: Premier League Saturday Betting Preview

ODDSbible Football: Premier League Saturday Betting Preview

This could be the end for Sunderland.



We may be getting ever closer to the end of the Premier League season now but there's still loads of profit to be made.

We've been on fire with our Premier League tips so far this season and our tipsters have smashed it this month.

Here are Jay Taylor's tips for today...

Southampton v Hull

The odds look to be heavily stacked against Hull City who are without their home comforts down at Southampton. Marco Silva's extremely impressive home record has given the Tigers a fighting chance of staying in the Premier League. It looks to be a shoot-out between themselves and Swansea with Sunderland and Middlesbrough lagging behind.

City may have a woeful record on the road, but it might just be a good time to play Southampton who have little to play for. You tend to see some shock results towards the end of the season with teams beginning to wind down. However having said that, the Saints did show signs of promise and endeavour against a powerful Chelsea side in midweek so there may just be some life left in Claude Puel's side.

Hull will have Oumar Niasse available after his flabbergasting red card was rightly overturned, whilst Charlie Austin continues to recover from a serious shoulder injury for Southampton. We like the look of Both Teams to Score here at 4/5.

SPrediction: 1-1 at 15/2 - Hull to nick a surprising point on the road.


Stoke v West Ham

The inconsistency must be the biggest bug bear for Mark Hughes and his Stoke City side who are looking to finish in the top half for another season. A bag of revels you could call the Potters; you never know what you are going to get with them. Shaqiri and Arnautovic reaping havoc one week, but all go missing next week away at Swansea.

The return of Jack Butland after thirteen months out is a huge boost for Stoke. An extremely promising young goalkeeper who, before getting seriously injured was giving Joe Hart a real run for his money for the England number one shirt.

West Ham are unbeaten in their last three but have only managed to pick up maximum points on one occasion in their last six outings. A win at the bet365 Stadium for the Hammers will all but confirm their Premier League Status for another year.

Slaven Bilic will head north without Andy Carroll once again, a player that has been missed greatly. Jonathan Caleri doesn't seem to be adapting to the Premier League, nearly as bad as Simone Zaza. I said nearly. West Ham haven't been great recently and we like the tasty odds on Stoke to win at evens.

Score Prediction: 2-0 at 17/2 - Stoke to get back on track at the Hammers expense.

Sunderland v Bournemouth

Today could be the day that Sunderland's run in the top flight comes to an end, let's face it, it's just a matter of time until the Black Cats are officially relegated anyway. They have to match Hull's result to hang in there for another week, but having watched Sunderland recently, it's hard to back them for a win.

Eddie Howe's Bournemouth are looking to surpass the magical 40 point mark to make the long trek home all the more sweeter. Josh King has caught the eye of late by banging in the goals. Recently he became just the eighth Norwegian to score a hat-trick in the Premier League. Bet you can't name the other seven. Take Bournemouth to Win at a generous 13/10.

Prediction: 1-2 at 17/2 - Confirmation of the inevitable for David Moyes and Sunderland.


West Brom v Leicester

Leicester make the short trip to the Hawthorns looking to end the campaign on a high after a fairy-tale stint battling with Europe's elite. Craig Shakespeare is still new to being the man at the forefront and I'm sure he's still adjusting to life in the hot seat

Tony Pulis has done a magnificent job with the Baggies and I still don't think he gets the credit he deserves. They are going to record their best ever finish in the Premier League which is an unbelievable achievement for the club. It's just one win in six for Pulis' side as well as going four games without a goal - have they not had a corner?

Wes Morgan is a doubt for the Foxes with Matt Phillips and Hal-Robson Kanu were both injured in training for the home side. Even with their injuries, we fancy Both Teams to Score at 10/11.

Prediction: 1-1 at 6/1 - Morrison and Mahrez to bag

Crystal Palace v Burnley

Like Tony Pulis, Sam Allardyce is another manager that deserves great credit after showcasing his abilities once again at a club that was staring into the abyss. Crystal Palace are having a very good end to the 16/17 campaign whereas Burnley are worryingly looking over their shoulder at Hull and Swansea.

You can see that the likes of Zaha, Puncheon, Benteke and Andros Townsend are giving it everything for Allardyce. The belief, the intensity and the confidence that they are all playing with is no coincidence. Plus the additions of

Nobody can back Burnley (or Burnleh if you are a local) away from home because they just can't seem to pull together and grind out some points away from the fortress that is Turf Moor. We like Crystal Palace to beat Burnley at 17/20.

Prediction: 2-1 at 17/2 - Benteke to continue bouncing.


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