Top 5 Bets for the Weekend: December 28-29


Premier League matches are coming thick and fast in this festive period. We’ve come up with Top 5 Bets for the Weekend for you to give thought to. Bet on the Premier League here. 

Norwich City v Tottenham Hotspur – Tottenham Win – 1.70

Tottenham are hoping to pile more misery on bottom-placed Norwich City when the two clash on Saturday at Carrow Road. The Canaries have lost four of their last five matches in the Premier League while Spurs have won three of their last five. Jose Mourinho’s side have also won two of their last three away games. Spurs have won three of their last four matches against the Canaries. It could be another defeat for Daniel Farke’s men.

Newcastle United v Everton – Both Teams to Score – 1.80

Newcastle host Carlo Ancelotti’s Everton looking to bounce back following Boxing Day’s disappointing 4-1 defeat at Old Trafford to Manchester United. Ancelotti’s era began with a 1-0 win over Burnley on Boxing Day. Both teams have found the net in three of Newcastle’s last five league games. The Toffees have scored in their last five away trips in the league. The last two meetings between these two have seen both teams score. Everton have kept just five clean sheets in 19 league games this season.

West Ham United v Leicester City – Leicester Win – 1.85

West Ham are hovering just above the relegation zone after suffering their third defeat in four games on Boxing Day against Crystal Palace. Meanwhile, Liverpool handed the Foxes their second straight defeat at the King Power on Thursday. The good news is the Foxes have won four of their last five away matches in the league. The Hammers have lost four of their last five home games, with their last home win coming in October, a 2-0 over Manchester United. Although the Foxes have lost their last two games, they have better quality against a West Ham side that has won just two league games since late September.

Arsenal v Chelsea – Over 2.5 Goals – 1.55

Mikel Arteta’s reign at Arsenal began with a hard-fought 1-1 draw at Bournemouth and he’ll be hoping to lead his side to victory in the London derby against Chelsea on Sunday. On the other hand, the Blues suffered an embarrassing 2-0 home defeat to Southampton. Three of the last five meetings between these two bitter rivals have seen Over 2.5 Goals. Four of the Blues last five away games and three of the Gunners last five games in the league have seen three or more goals scored. This should be an entertaining game.

Manchester City v Sheffield United – Both Teams to Score – 1.95

Manchester City have kept just six clean sheets in 18 Premier League games this season. Sheffield are unbeaten away from home this season and will give the reigning champions a lot to ponder when they meet on Sunday. The Blades have scored in all but one of their nine league games away from home. It’s been a while since these two met with their last encounter coming in the FA Cup in 2008 when the Blades won 2-1. City’s defensive issues and Sheffield’s solid away from means a thrilling clash is in store.