The Premier League action continues this weekend, with the sides having just 12 games left to play this term. We’ve only got about a third of the top flight season left, but don’t go thinking of the World Cup quite yet. There’s still a packed weekend of matches from the Premier League coming up this weekend, which gets underway with a north London Derby at Wembley on Saturday. As far as league matches go, they rarely get bigger than that, even if neither side has a hope of catching Man City.
That’s not all though, with sides battling for Europe or fighting against the drop, we’ve got a great schedule of games. There’s obviously the Chelsea situation to keep an eye on, as they continue to collapse and they’re threatening to fall out of the top four on current form. Given that we’re fresh from a weekend which saw 19 of the 20 top flight sides find the net, it’s easy to see a few goals coming in this week’s round of fixtures. Ahead of the upcoming fixtures, we’ve looked through the form in order to pick out our latest both teams to score tips, following a big weekend on the BTTS market.
Saturday 10th February 2018
- Tottenham v Arsenal (1/2 with Betfred) – Arsenal have an awful away record this season, but they have seen both teams score in 62% of their trips. With Spurs in great form going forward, we’re backing BTTS here.
- Everton v Crystal Palace (Evens with Betfair) – Given the standard of Everton’s recent defending, Palace should have little trouble scoring in this trip. Palace have seen BTTS land in four straight away trips, and we’re backing a repeat this weekend.
- Swansea v Burnley (6/5 with Ladbrokes) – The Swans have hit form of late, but they’ve seen BTTS landed in four of their last five. With Burnley coming off the back of two 1-1 draws, we can see both sides scoring when these two meet on Saturday.
- Man City v Leicester (3/4 with Coral) – While it would be entertaining to see Riyad Mahrez return and score at City, he’s not likely to feature. However, the Foxes have plenty of other options going forward, and their impressive scoring form on the road should worry a City side who are struggling to put a bench together.
Sunday 11th February 2018
- Southampton v Liverpool (3/5 with BetVictor) – Liverpool head here having scored in 10 of their last 11 on the road in the league, but they’ve conceded in 77% of their trips this term. With the Saints seeing both teams score in seven of their last eight matches, we’re backing BTTS to land once again here.
Monday 12th February 2018
- Chelsea v West Brom (24/23 with Coral) – Chelsea’s recent poor form makes it very difficult to back them for a clean sheet. Having shipped seven in recent clashes with Bournemouth and Watford, they should struggle to contain West Brom on Monday night.