Premier League Gameweek 15 Betting Tips (Midweek Fixtures)

The following are betting tips for selected fixtures in Gameweek 15 of the 2019/20 English Premier League.

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Manchester United vs. Tottenham


Back Over 2.5 goals at 1.80 (bet365)

Both sides have been scoring freely of late whilst conceding freely too. Over the last three rounds Man Utd’s aggregate score has been 8-6, while Tottenham’s is 7-5. Since Jose Mourinho’s appointment both of Tottenham’s games have seen five goals scored. Fixtures at Old Trafford have gone over 2.5 goals 13 times out of 19 over the last 12 months, while Tottenham’s away fixtures have gone over the total 12 times out of 17.

Leicester City vs. Watford


Back Leicester City in the head-to-head at 1.38 (Unibet)

Leicester City bring a six-game winning streak into this clash. During that stretch they scored 19 goals (at least two in every game) whilst conceding only 2. Watford have made a dreadful 1-5-8 start to the season. Under-23 coach Hayden Mullins will be in charge for this game after Quique Sanchez Flores was sacked on Sunday. The sacking may give them a bit of a lift but they are going up against a red-hot Leicester City. Watford have gone 0-0-4 at King Power Stadium since promotion. Leicester City have gone 5-0-0 at home against weak opponents this season.

Wolverhampton vs. West Ham


Back Wolverhampton +0.5 at 1.24 (Betfair)

Wolverhampton are a really tough side to beat, however they have drawn a lot of games. They bring 4-5-0 form into this clash and have gone 7-5-1 as the home favourite over the last 12 months. West Ham did upset Chelsea 1-0 over the weekend, but that was a derby game and prior to that the Hammers went 0-2-5. Wolves did the double over West Ham last season with an aggregate score of 4-0.

Arsenal vs. Brighton


Back Arsenal in the head-to-head at 1.62 (Unibet)

This will be Arsenal’s first home fixture since Unai Emery’s departure. The mood will be buoyant and they have a perfect opponent in Brighton who have gone 0-1-15 away against the big six clubs since promotion. Brighton have a poor 2-4-12 away record over the last 12 months.


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