Premier League Odds and Tips

We preview three of the biggest matches in the Premier League this weekend and bring you the latest odds and tips.

Chelsea v Fulham, Friday February 3, 2023, 20:00

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Odds correct as of 03.02.23 13:00


Chelsea to win, Chelsea most corners, Fulham most cards: 10/3 Betfair.

This weekend’s Premier League fixtures kick off with a West London derby. Fulham are making an unexpected challenge for Europe, currently sitting outside the European spots on goal-difference. They are two points ahead of Chelsea, who have had a disappointing season. The Blues have attempted to address this with a huge spending spree in January.

When the two sides met last month, Marco Silva’s side recorded a 2-1 victory at Craven Cottage. However, Chelsea had plenty of chances that night and were reduced to 10 men when Joao Felix was sent off on his debut. Graham Potters side will be looking to kickstart a charge up the table, while the Cottagers will be keen to get their season back on track after a slight stutter.

Everton v Arsenal, Saturday February 4, 2023, 12.30

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Odds correct as of 03.02.23 13:00


Eddie Nketiah and Bukayo Saka to score: 11/2 Betfred.

New Everton Sean Dyche takes over with the Toffees in 19th place in the table. He faces a tough task in his first match in charge, with league leaders Arsenal visiting Goodison.

Mikel Arteta’s side have been in fantastic form; however, they suffered a rare defeat last week in the FA cup against Manchester City.

Ben Godfrey and Michael Keane will miss out due to knee injuries.

For Arsenal, new signing Jorginho could make his debut, while Thomas Partey faces a fitness test.

The Cottagers will be keen to get their season back on track after a slight stutter.

Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City, Sunday February 5, 2023, 16.30

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Odds correct as of 03.02.23 13:00


Harry Kane and Erling Haaland to score: 5/2 Betfred.

Tottenham head into the match after an up and down series of results. Head coach Antonio Conte could miss Sunday’s game following surgery. Spurs’ new signing Pedro Porro could make his debut while Richarlison is fit again after a hamstring problem.

Manchester City head to the Capital on the back of three straight wins. Manchester City defender John Stones misses out with a hamstring injury sustained last week. Phil Foden could return.

The meeting between the two sides last month saw City triumph 4-2 after being two goals down.

Odds correct as of 03.02.23 at 13:00.

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