Best Premier League Bets For New Year's Weekend
I went 2-3 on my Premier League picks last week, which is a good enough clip to run it all back–so, I’m here with some soccer bets. There are a few games this Friday, December 30th, but a majority of this week's games will be played on Saturday and Sunday. That’s right, we get to cure our New Year’s hangovers with some stellar premier league action.
I’ll be giving out three best bets, just lick last week, and all of them are being played on New Year’s Eve and New Year’s day. The odds I am using are provided by DraftKings Sportsbooks, which offers odds on sporting events across the globe. If DraftKings is not available in your area, you can be sure to bet on the Premier League through any of these Online Casinos.
Best Bet #1: Man City -2.5 over Everton (+100)
I know, it’s a bit of a crazy bet–but if this line should tell you anything, it’s that Man City is good, and Everton is bad. To really put into perspective how lopsided Vegas thinks this game is, Erling Haaland is -330 to score a goal, and Man City is -650 to win (draw included). Man City hasn’t covered a -2.5 goal line since October 8th, but they’ve been a goal-scoring machine recently. In their last four Premier League games, Man City has scored eight goals. Everton, on the other hand, has only scored once in their last four games. I know, a lot needs to happen here, but I believe in Haaland and the boys to get it done.
Best Bet #2: Arsenal over Brighton (+110)
Arsenal hasn’t lost a Premier League match since September 4th, and this game in Brighton on Saturday should keep that trend going. While Brighton has been a bit of a Cinderella story this year, I feel like they will be incredibly outmatched on Saturday against the Gunnars. Brighton’s defense has been a bit weak lately, conceding six goals in its last four games. That might be a bit too porous to go up against Arsenal, who have scored 11 times in their last four.
Best Bet #3: Chelsea and Nottingham DRAW (+285)
We’re getting ambitious here, but hear me out. Chelsea has been a smidge out of form recently, winning only one of their last five. Nottingham, on the other hand, have been the darling of the Premier League, and hung around with Man U much longer than many had expected on Monday. I feel a draw in my bones, so let’s ride with it.