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1st Mar 2019 - EPL Correct Score Bets

As we get closer to the business end of the season, this weekend in the Premier League is 'Derby Weekend', with the North London derby (Spurs v Arsenal) taking place early on Saturday afternoon, the probably very one sided West London derby (Fulham v Chelsea) on Sunday afternoon and ending with the Merseyside derby (Everton v Liverpool) at 4.15pm on Sunday. 

Our first Premier League betting tips this week are on the North London derby at Wembley (very north!) in what could prove a crucial game in this season's Champions League top 4 battle. Tottenham host the Gunners in their temporary Wembley stomping ground on the back of a terrible set of results that looks to have ended their elusive hunt for a Premier League title. Arsenal on the other hand are firing on all cylinders of late making this one of the most intriguing encounter of theirs in recent years

Dele Alli and Eric Dier both remain ruled out through injury but we have a feeling in Football Betting Tips HQ that Eriksen, Son and Kane will step up to help to deliver a perfect birthday present for boss Pochettino and centre back Toby Alderweireld. This is set to be a great watch, there should be goals despite a potentially tense, fear laden match up, with neither side wanting to lose. Arsenal still have defensive hang ups and frailties from the end of the Wenger era and Spurs have conceded more than they would have expected of late. A goal scoring draw or one team to edge by one goal might be a good call here.

Our other betting tips for this week are on the following four Satuday EPL matches; Bournemouth v Manchester City, Brighton v Huddersfield, Burnley v Crystal Palace and Manchester United v Southampton.

Man City will prove too strong for an up and down Bournemouth side who keep delivering sporadically every season for Eddie Howe but more often than not follow up a good win with a poor performance, something they will surely get right one of these days.

Burnley v Crystal Palace is a real relegation battle that could go either way, both have had some good results in the last few weeks, Palace will bring lots of confidence from their recent 4-1 and we think they'll edge it here too. Burnley should have advantage at home but the options Roy Hodgson now has up front is really starting to pay dividends for the experienced ex-England manager.

As is often the case for correct score bets, Bet365 is offering the best odds on most of our predictions this week, 188Bet has good odds at 20-1 for a comprehensive 4-0 win at Old Trafford against struggling Soutampton, much longer odds than you would have got for them to win the league at the start of the year... maybe if Solskjaer had been there from the start.

Matches K.O. Expert FBT System Result Winnings
Spurs v Arsenal
2-1 @8-1
2-2 @12-1
Bournemouth v Man City
0-1 @9-1
1-4 @14-1
Brighton v Huddersfield
2-0 @7-1
2-1 @9-1
Burnley v Crystal Palace
0-0 @8-1
1-2 @10-1
Man Utd v Southampton
4-0 @20-1
3-1 @12-1

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