Don’t miss out on the mid-week Premier League action before the short break sets into place.
UK gambling news reports that round 26 of the Premier League won’t take place until 21st of February, so we strongly advise dedicated fans and punters alike to tune in on Tuesday and Wednesday to witness great action in the English top flight. Chelsea will have a chance to extend their lead in the league against Everton, while Arsenal will face Leicester.
• Chelsea will face Everton on Wednesday evening
• Liverpool will square off against Tottenham
• Sunderland looking to easily overcome QPR
Tottenham seem to be on a roll now, having won against arch rivals Arsenal last weekend, so they will attempt to pull off a win against Liverpool away when they visit them tomorrow evening. And lastly we will also take a look at the game between Sunderland and QPR.
Arsenal vs Leicester and Liverpool vs Tottenham
When Arsenal faced Tottenham last Saturday they managed to open the scoring with a goal provided by Ozil, however they were later beaten 2-1 by their fierce rivals thanks to 2 goals from Harry Kane. Now the Gunners, who are in 6th place with 42 points, will be looking to make up for last weekend’s blunder when they face Leicester City at home tomorrow evening.
The visiting side have only notched 17 points and that is why they are at the bottom of the Premier League. While playing on the road they have sealed 2 wins, 1 draw and massive 9 losses and Bet365 has therefore decided to give them highly unfavorable odds 12.00 (11/1). Arsenal should be able to win 1.29 (2/7) this encounter given their desire to prove themselves. A draw 6.00 (5/1) is not likely give the fact that the Gunners will be playing at home.
After winning the North London Derby, Tottenham are able to claim the bragging rights over Arsenal and are now gearing up for battle against Liverpool away. Their spirits will certainly be high, however the Reds will try to do everything they can to capture the important 3 points. The Spurs have a record of 6 wins, 2 draws and 3 losses while playing on the road, however online sportsbooks in UK still don’t favor them for the win 4.33 (10/3).
Liverpool on the other hand have been dealt preferential chances due to the fact that they’ll be playing where their results are actually not that convincing (5 wins, 5 draws and 2 losses). Bet365 has earmarked them for glory 1.85 (6/7), while a draw between the two sides has been set at a high 3.90 (29/10), an event that may also happen considering the results in recent times.
Sunderland vs QPR and Chelsea vs Everton
Sunderland will square off against QPR, and judging by the latter’s results while playing away from home this should be a rather one sided game. The hosts are struggling in 14th position with 24 points from 24 games so far and they maintain a record of 2 wins, 6 draws and 4 losses at home. Their chances of sealing a win are high 1.95 (10/11) mainly because QPR have a dire away record.
QPR are 19th in the league and have only managed to accumulate 19 points. Bet365 has not given them a realistic shot 4.33 (10/3) of capturing the important 3 points as they have lost all of their away games, 11 to be exact. A draw stands at 3.50 (5/2), however this event is also not very likely looking at records set by the two respective sides.
On Wednesday we will have a chance to enjoy another great football match take place. Current leaders Chelsea will be tested against Everton and their former striker Lukaku, who the Blues have sold to the Toffees for a massive GBP 28 million. Jose Mourinho’s men are the obvious favorites 1.33 (1/3), while a draw has been set at a high 5.50 (9/2), according to mobile betting provider Bet365.
Everton have not achieved the results that they were aiming for at the beginning of the season. They had hoped that Lukaku would be as effective as he was last season when he scored an impressive 15 goals in the Premier League, however things didn’t pan out that way. The Toffees have been dealt outsider odds of 11.00 (10/1) as they are not considered a team that can beat an in-form Chelsea.