Wednesday Betting | Predictions, Betting Tips and Match Previews
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Swansea City v Manchester City - Premier League - 19:45
Manchester City beat Swansea three times across all competitions last season with three or more goals being scored in each match, we’re hoping for the same again when the sides meet at the Liberty Stadium on Wednesday. City earned their 14th straight win at Old Trafford on Sunday to go 11 points clear at the top of the Premier League, with a 1-1 draw against Everton on matchday two remaining the only time they’ve dropped points so far this season. 12 of those 14 wins have seen Over 2.5 Goals scored and their fantastic start to the season includes a 100% record away from home. Swansea have lost seven of their last nine matches across all competitions with Manchester United having scored six goals in two visits to the Liberty so far this season (all competitions). The value is with the convincing away win.
Man City To Win & Over 2.5 Goals - 8/13 at Betfair
Southampton v Leicester City - Premier League - 19:45
We’re backing Both Teams To Score as Southampton host Leicester on Wednesday. BTTS has landed in each of Southampton’s last four matches with West Brom the only visiting side who have failed to score at St Mary’s since the opening day of the season (all competitions). Charlie Austin is firing for Southampton with four goals in his last four appearances so he could be the hosts’ most likely source of goals on Wednesday. Claude Puel will visit his old side looking for his fourth straight win as Leicester boss. The Foxes are in their best form of the season after three straight wins against Tottenham (2-1), Burnley (1-0) and Newcastle (2-3), so we expect them to score at least one against Southampton. We’re going with Both Teams To Score in this one.
Both Teams To Score - 10/11 at Betfair
Newcastle United v Everton - Premier League - 19:45
We fancy in-form Everton to go unbeaten at St James’ Park against a struggling Newcastle side. The Toffees have improved massively since Sam Allardyce arrived at Goodison Park, they’ll be looking for their third win in four when they make the trip to the North East on Wednesday. Wayne Rooney scored his fourth goal in three matches as he earned his side a point at Anfield on Sunday, he’ll be hoping to heap more misery on strugglers Newcastle three days later. The Magpies’ only point since October came in a 2-2 draw against out of form West Brom last month, they’ve now lost six in seven since their last win. We expect Everton to earn at least a point on Wednesday.
Everton Double Chance - 8/13 at Betfair
Liverpool v West Brom - Premier League - 20:00
Liverpool were denied a sixth league win in seven as Everton scored a late equaliser at Anfield on Sunday, but the Reds remain in impressive form and should get back to winning ways against strugglers West Brom on Wednesday. The Baggies are without a win in 14 matches since mid-August and they’ve lost in visits to Swansea (1-0), Huddersfield (1-0), Southampton (1-0), Arsenal (2-0) and Brighton (3-1) during that spell. Following recent thrashings of Southampton (3-0), Stoke (0-3) and Brighton (1-5), we’re backing Liverpool for a routine win over West Brom.
Liverpool To Win & Over 2.5 Goals - 8/13 at Betfair
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