There’s another London derby on our hands in matchday 13 of the English top flight, as Tottenham gear up to welcome cross-town rivals Chelsea at the Wembley Stadium this weekend. Bet on this with online sportsbooks in UK and lots of other matches this weekend.
Brighton v Leicester – H 2/1 (3.00) D 11/5 (3.20) A 6/4 (2.50)
This game seems like the ideal match that will end in a draw, considering the performances of both sides until now. Both their positions on table (12th and 10th, respectively) and their form recently has seen them perform relatively the same.
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From the last 5 home games, Brighton collected 10 points, while in the 6 matches that Leicester have played away they earned 9 points, hence the reason this upcoming match could easily end up in a draw.
Tottenham v Chelsea – H 7/4 (2.75) D 49/20 (3.45) A 31/20 (2.55)
It’s the battle for 3rd position in the Premier League, as Tottenham are in 4th with 27 points while their opponents of round 13 are in 3rd with only a point more. Normally, we’d give Spurs better chances of getting the 3 points, but since playing at Wembley (temporary ground) hasn’t always seen results go their way, we’re not immediately throwing our support towards the hosts whose real stadium is yet under construction.
Under new manager Maurizio Sarri, Chelsea have been flying high with Eden Hazard seeing his form reinvigorated – the Belgian has found the back of the net 7 times in 11 Premier League appearances this season. Hazard will be looking to continue his fine firm this weekend as well, so watch out for the special market on the goalscorer for this match.
Tottenham’s Harry Kane scored a goal on international duty when he played against Croatia last Sunday, so we’re pretty sure he’ll be raging to go and bag another against Chelsea. From 12 league outings, the imposing striker has 6 goals to his name.
Both of the sides from this encounter are almost level when it comes to their firepower, which is why we’re betting on a draw with goals between the two. This is the biggest game of the weekend, so make sure to tune in and place your bets in time with providers of internet betting in UK.
Bournemouth v Arsenal – H 5/2 (3.55) D 14/5 (3.80) A 1/1 (2.00)
And the final match that we’ll cover involves the Gunners – we’re backing them to seal victory this weekend against the Cherries on the road. Thanks to 24 points, Arsenal are in 5th position on the table, whereas Bournemouth are right behind them with only 4 points less.
Although only 1 position is between them on the table, the Emirates side have a far superior side, both in terms of depth and quality, so the potential winner of this encounter should be a no-brainer. Especially since Arsenal are pretty good playing away from home, having collected 10 points from 5 away games.