• Wed 18 Jan, 2017
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Premier League Betting Pointers

Live on BTSport 1: Wed 20:00. The BT Sport cameras are at Selhurst Park, with Manchester United no bigger than 8/11 (Stan James) to claim a victory against Crystal Palace, although they continue to struggle for goals in the top flight.

Live on BTSport 1: Wed 20:00. The BT Sport cameras are at Selhurst Park, with Manchester United no bigger than 8/11 (Stan James) to claim a victory against Crystal Palace, although they continue to struggle for goals in the top flight.

The Red Devils only needed one to beat Spurs on Sunday although the Eagles will be out to ruffle their feathers and bet365 have 4/1 about a home win, with Wilfried Zaha looking especially dangerous right now.

The former United winger is 16/1 (Paddy Power) to break the deadlock, with the draw looking the best value at 3/1 (BetVictor) and that would please Alan Pardew the most.

Middlesbrough entertain a Liverpool side who are slipping after a fast start to the season. Boro are a chunky 21/4 (BetVictor) to beat the Reds, with the visitors looking slack at the back although they are 3/5 (Sky Bet) for the win.

Sunderland will look to punt a dent in Chelsea’s title assault and the Black Cats are 9/1 (Paddy Power) to beat a Blues side who made hard work of beating West Brom on Sunday. Nevertheless, Antonio Conte’s side are 4/11 (William Hill) for the win.

West Ham enjoyed a 2-2 draw at Anfield and they are 4/6 (Paddy Power) to beat a Burnley side who are Jekyll and Hyde home and away this term. Sean Dyche’s team are hard to back for this one, even at 9/2 (Stan James).

Manchester City clash with Watford and the home side are a 1/4 poke (Ladbrokes) although the Hornets will be confident after beating Everton and they are 11/1 (bet365) for a surprise win.

Stoke City look the best value on Wednesday night’s coupon. They should be favourites at home to Southampton although Ladbrokes chalk up a best price 7/5 about the Saints compared to the 21/10 that you can get on the Potters.

Tottenham are 1/4 (Stan James) to beat Hull and return to winning ways after a 1-0 reverse at Old Trafford, while a Spurs win to nil could be worth backing at 21/20 (BetVictor).

Finally, West Brom face off with Swansea and the Baggies have been pretty strong at home recently, with even money (bet365) looking a decent shout considering the Swans have been so defensively frail on the road.

Bob Bradley’s team were trounced 5-0 at Spurs recently although they do come into this match off the back of a 3-0 win over Sunderland and Paddy Power go 3/1 about a win for the visitors.

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