The following are betting tips for selected fixtures in Gameweek 9 of the 2022/23 English Premier League.
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Arsenal vs. Tottenham
Arsenal +0.5 at 1.30 (bet365)
You have to go back to 2014 for the last time the away team won the North London derby in the Premier League. You also have to go back to 2012 for the last time Tottenham won away against Arsenal in the Premier League. Nine of the last eleven Premier League meetings between the two were won by the home side. Arsenal have gone 14-2-1 as the home favourite over the last twelve months while Tottenham have gone 1-2-3 as the away underdog.
Over 2.5 goals at 1.73 (bet365)
Five of the last six meetings between Arsenal and Tottenham went over 2.5 goals. Each of the last four meetings between the two at Emirates Stadium went over this total. Arsenal’s last seven home fixtures have gone over 2.5 goals.
Fulham vs. Newcastle
Both Teams To Score at 1.70 (BoomBet)
Both teams have scored in six of Fulham’s opening seven fixtures this season. They have had a run of five games where both sides have found the back of the net. Both teams have scored in four of Newcastle’s last five games.
Southampton vs. Everton
Under 2.5 goals at 1.80 (bet365)
Everton have struggled for goals this season but their defence has been solid. This combination has seen each of their last five fixtures go under 2.5 goals. Southampton have failed to score in three of their last four games, but they have not conceded more than one goal in each of their last five games. Three of Southampton’s last four games went under 1.5 goals.
West Ham vs. Wolves
Under 2.5 goals at 1.73 (bet365, BoomBet)
This fixture features the two lowest scoring teams in the league. West Ham and Wolves have each scored just three total goals from their opening seven games. That’s a rate of 0.43 goals per game. Neither side has been a disaster on defence, so they’ve both been involved in low-scoring fixtures. Six of West Ham’s opening seven games have gone under 2.5 goals, while the same can be said for five of Wolverhampton’s last six games. Four of Wolverhampton’s last five games have gone under 1.5 goals, and two ended in 0-0 stalemates. Both meetings between the two last season went under 1.5 goals.