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VBET’s Premier League Insider considers the best bets at the best prices ahead of another huge weekend of top-flight action:
It’s pretty close to being now or never for the Baggies. Recent performances against Man Utd and Burnley have been good, but they surely need to win against Brighton to have any chance of staying up.
The market tends to suggest that being the case, too, as we’ve seen some nice bets about a home win at big odds of 3/1. Brighton were unlucky at Palace on Monday, but goals remain hard to come by and they might find an improving West Brom defence an especially tough nut to crack.
This game is likely to pivot around whether or not Jack Grealish is fit. As Villa showed against Leicester last Sunday, Dean Smith’s men often look lost without their main man.
Leeds, by contrast, have no such issues and are a confident shout to do the business at Elland Road following their excellent victory against Southampton on Tuesday.
Marcelo Bielsa’s side have also shown a little more defensive resilience of late and yet, happily for punters, they still look overpriced at 6/4 with VBET.
This is, on paper, the game of the weekend. We’ve been here before with this fixture, though, and it’s hardly a massive shock that there’s been lots of chunky bets on the draw at appealing odds of 5/2.
United have a fine recent record against Chelsea – they are seeking a fourth win on the spin at Stamford Bridge – but the hosts have been re-energised since the arrival of Thomas Tuchel.
The hope for the neutral is for a better game than the turkey these two served up in October, but we’re not expecting too many fireworks. That both managers would probably take a point beforehand strengthens the theory of a draw being one of this weekend’s best bets.