Squawka Betting Tips: Our best Premier League bets for this weekend with Karamba Battle
Looking for some tips on this weekend’s Premier League action? Here are the bets we are placing in order to try and win the latest Squawka Karamba Battle Tournament (18+ only).
Premier League tips for this weekend
Newcastle vs West Ham
Jesse Lingard’s brace vs Leicester last weekend took him to eight goals in nine appearances since joining West Ham United on loan from Manchester United during the January transfer window.
Nobody can take their eyes off the 28-year-old midfielder at the moment and he has even worked his way back into the England side with his blistering form for the Hammers, so we expect him to find the net against Newcastle, who have kept just one clean sheet in their last 10 games.
Sheffield United’s relegation could finally be confirmed this weekend and their recent form shows why. The Blades have lost eight of their last nine in the Premier League and have particularly struggled in attack, failing to score in seven of those defeats.
Wolves don’t have the best defensive record in the league by any stretch of the imagination, but they did earn an away win to nil over Fulham last weekend and have kept home clean sheets against the likes of Leicester and Leeds recently, so will fancy their chances of another clean sheet win here.
No team has won more points from losing positions than the Red Devils this season with a total of 28. Squawka correctly tipped United to come from behind again last weekend, as they allowed Tottenham Hotspur to take a first-half lead before running away eventual 1-3 winners in north London.
Burnley’s agricultural attack will surely cause the United defence problems here and indeed both teams have scored in each of the Clarets’ last five games, with Sean Dyche’s men taking the lead in each of their last two matches before eventually going on to lose.
Both of these teams appear to save their better attacking displays for the second half of games. Indeed, Leeds have lost the second-half result in just one of their last 14 Premier League games, going some way to dispelling the myth that Marcelo Bielsa’s teams tire due to his demanding style.
Meanwhile, 13 of the 15 goals Liverpool have scored in their last 12 league games have come after the half-time break. The Reds have been really growing into games of late and that could lead to a high-scoring second half at Elland Road on Monday night.
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Then, place your bets as normal and providing they land within the parameters of the tournament – i.e. minimum stake, minimum odds and minimum bets placed, you will have the opportunity to rise up – or fall down – the leaderboard.
There are cash prizes to be won, as well as awards to be won for other specifics – such as the most successful accumulator bettor or the best at backing a particular market – and since the points you earn aren’t tied to your stake, you can compete for prizes without having to stake large amounts.
This weekend’s Squawka Battle centres around the Premier League but you can also place your Premier League bets like ours above in any of the Football Beat the Bot Tournaments for your chance to compete for the prizes.
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