Premier League Week 4 Value

Gabe Morency

Saturday, September 10, 2016 7:59 AM UTC

Saturday, Sep. 10, 2016 7:59 AM UTC

[embed]https://youtu.be/60WGV2NSIwI[/embed] The first 3 rounds of the Premier League have mostly gone “to plan” with the clubs you would generally expect to see at the top end of the table doing well and getting maximum points.
<p>[embed]https://youtu.be/60WGV2NSIwI[/embed]</p><p>The first 3 rounds of the Premier League have mostly gone “to plan” with the clubs you would generally expect to see at the top end of the table doing well and getting maximum points.  Arsenal are the only exception to that rule and I think it’s clear by now (if it wasn’t before) that Leicester are not going to be repeating the same heroics as we saw from them last season.</p><p>This fourth round of league competition throws in a very tasty match between the two Manchester clubs and gives Chelsea a very real chance of topping the table on Sunday evening.</p><p>I’d love to be able to give you a value bet on the Manchester derby but I’m giving that one a swerve right now.  There are betting option of course but at the same time, there are an awful lot of variable that needs to be covered in order to get a correct prediction.</p><p>Instead, my first tip of the weekend comes from one of the 3pm kick-offs.  The Arsenal v Southampton game to be precise.  After a somewhat rough start, Arsenal looks to be improving and we could very well see them pick up maximum points in their next two league matches.</p><p>At around 1.59 though I don’t think that sits well in a section looking for value bets.  Instead, I’ve looked at the secondary markets and picked out a bet that I feel stands a good chance of coming up trumps at odds that offer very good value.</p><p><strong>Both Teams To Score (No) </strong>With Arsenal's recent defensive form that one may surprise you but Arsenal have looked stronger at the back since that Liverpool game and Southampton haven’t looked as threatening as they did last season.</p><p>At odds of <a href="http://www.sportsbookreview.com/Sportsbook/?v=4835&amp;book=Betvictor">2.05 with BetVictor</a>, I think there is a fair bit of value there and I’ve already got some money on it.</p><p>My second bet of the weekend is in the Burnley v Hull match.  These two met in the Championship last season and have faced each other 22 since 1994.  Of those 22 matches, Burnley have won 15 times and Hull have managed just 6 wins.  If you only look at matches played at Burnley's ground then the home side have won 9/11 matches.</p><p><strong>Burnley to Win </strong>Combine that with odds of <a href="http://www.sportsbookreview.com/Sportsbook/?v=4810&amp;book=Bet365">2.38 with Bet365</a> and I think it’s safe to say that I’m happy backing Burnley for my second bet of this weekend.</p><p>My third and final tip of the weekend is the Sunday game between Swansea and Chelsea.  Swansea got 4 points out of this fixture last season but this Chelsea side is currently a very different proposition.  I’m not sure that Antonio Conte’s micro-management style is going to work long term but he’s made a good start to his time at Chelsea and I can see them being top of the league on Sunday night.</p><p><strong>Chelsea to Win </strong>Of course, that means they’ll need to get 3 points and although the odds look low (<a href="http://www.sportsbookreview.com/Sportsbook/?v=4829&amp;book=William Hill">1.62 at William Hill</a>) I think there’s enough value there to be included in this round-up.</p><p>There are some very interesting matches coming up this weekend and with a set of Champions League fixtures coming up midweek it will be interesting</p>
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