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The Premier League is back, and VBET’s man in the know has been hard at it to bring you three value football bets:
LEEDS TO DRAW AT LIVERPOOL
Still riding high following their promotion to the top flight, we are expecting plenty of support for Marcelo Bielsa’s men to pull off a minor upset at Anfield.
Leeds were a joy to watch in the Championship last season, but it was their industrious workrate and organised defensive line which caught the eye above anything else.
Bielsa is one of the best managers in the Premier League and if anyone can subdue Liverpool’s awesome attacking power it is the Argentine.
If the Premier League champions are going to be caught on an off-day, it will be early in the season before the machine begins to fully fire.
💬 “They are one of the best teams in the world” Marcelo previews tomorrow’s clash with Liverpool https://t.co/4qfaCTFwOR
— Leeds United (@LUFC) September 11, 2020
WEST BROM TO WIN AT HOME TO LEICESTER
Leicester had a bit of nightmare once football returned during lockdown and they might still be suffering from that end-of-season tailspin.
West Brom, by contrast, should be ready for business after their promotion to the Premier League.
Slavan Bilic has brought well this summer, intelligently adding to his crop of experienced players and progressive youngsters.
Leicester will, of course, be no pushovers, but they have plenty of injury problems at the back. We therefore expect the smart money to be on a home win at a value price of 3/1.
“I celebrated it. Everybody did! But now we have to be focused.”#SuperSlav on promotion, summer signings and @LCFC ahead of Sunday’s @premierleague opener. Catch the full interview at https://t.co/CZ5IBrM5e0 💬 pic.twitter.com/DLEpLeaAJg
— West Bromwich Albion (@WBA) September 10, 2020
CRYSTAL PALACE & SOUTHAMPTON TO FINISH GOALLESS”
This is hardly the most eyecatching of opening-day fixtures – and the game could be just as uninspiring.
Palace lost their way towards the end of the last campaign, having lost their last four games, and it is fair to assume that Roy Hodgson will be keen to start the rebuilding process from the back.
Southampton have plenty of goals in them, thanks mostly to Danny Ings, but they are unlikely to be completely in synch just yet.
The same comment applies to Palace, with a goalless damp squib a value shout at odds of 15/2 with VBET.
— Southampton FC (@SouthamptonFC) September 11, 2020