Bet Through The Weekend: Premier League Tips

Dean Smith 16 Aug 2019
Arsenal’s Alexandre Lacazette (PA Images)

After picking up a few winners on our Bet Through The Card tips last weekend we go again this week, placing £5 on Arsenal vs Burnley to earn 4 x £5 free bets for the rest of the weekend fixtures.

Thumping victories for both Liverpool and Manchester City earned us some winners on our brand new Bet Through The Card feature over last weekend. This week, we’re kicking off by placing a £5 bet on Saturday’s early kick-off between Arsenal and Burnley at the Emirates Stadium to release 4 x £5 free bets with Ladbrokes to use on the rest of the weekend’s Premier League action.

How does it work?

We recommend opening up an account at Ladbrokes to follow our Bet Through The Card Tips. When you open an account, deposit and place a £5 bet, you get your hands on four more free £5 bets, so you can stake £5 on all our tips despite only depositing £5 to begin with! This offer is for new customers, 18+ only and terms and conditions do apply. Just follow the steps below to get started:

  1. Go to Ladbrokes via our link
  2. Open an account, deposit £5 and use it to back our first tip below
  3. You will then receive 4x£5 free bets – which you can use to back our other four tips!

Let’s go!

Bet One – Arsenal vs Burnley – Home win & BTTS

Despite many feeling that their attritional style would be too much for Arsenal to handle, Burnley have a dreadful record against the Gunners in the Premier League, losing their last nine top tier meetings against the London side. The Clarets did manage three goals in their season opener against Southampton last weekend however and we’re still not sure how strong Unai Emery’s side will be defensively this term despite the addition of David Luiz on deadline day, so we’re looking at the match result and both teams to score market here.

Bet Two – Southampton vs Liverpool – Away win to nil

Liverpool had the best defensive record in the Premier League last season and with former Southampton stalwart Virgil van Dijk leading by example it’s not difficult to see why. The Reds will be without first-choice keeper Alisson Becker through injury, but replacement Adrian will be in high spirits after his penalty heroics in the UEFA Super Cup in midweek. The Saints struggled to create chances in a 3-0 away defeat to Burnley last weekend so we expect them to struggle for chances against arguably the best defence in the division in our best bet of the Saturday 3pm fixtures.

Bet Three – Manchester City vs Tottenham Hotspur – Raheem Sterling to score first

In the match of the weekend, last season’s fourth-placed finishers Tottenham Hotspur head north to the Etihad Stadium to take on the reigning champions Manchester City and their in-form superstar Raheem Sterling. The ex-Liverpool man produced some stunning performances last season to help fire the Citizens to four domestic trophies and he started the new Premier League campaign last weekend with three goals in his side’s away win over West Ham United. The 24 year old will be expecting to get on the scoresheet again in this one and we’re backing him to open the scoring for a bit more value than is available on the anytime market.

Bet Four – Sheffield United vs Crystal Palace – Draw

Bramall Lane will be rocking this Sunday afternoon as Premier League football returns to the famous Yorkshire stadium for the first time since the 2006/2007 campaign. In their opening fixture of the season the Blades secured a point with a draw at Bournemouth thanks to Billy Sharp’s last-gasp equaliser while their Sunday opponents, Crystal Palace, played out a goalless tie with Everton at Selhurst Park. After drawn games for both sides last weekend we can’t resist backing another share of the spoils again on Sunday afternoon.

Bet Five – Chelsea vs Leicester City – Away win/Draw double chance

Chelsea may have performed well in Wednesday night’s UEFA Super Cup Final against Liverpool, but will extra-time and penalties have drained the fitness of Frank Lampard’s young squad? The Blues were thumped 4-0 by Manchester United in their first league game of the season so this home fixture against a Leicester City outfit that are expected to push for a top six finish this season could be more difficult than the bookmakers are anticipating. Backing the away win outright might be expecting too much of the Foxes so we’re taking a look at the away win or draw double chance market.

Good luck! 

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    Bet Through The Weekend: Premier League Tips

    The team bring you their Premier League Bet Through The Card tips, placing £5 on Arsenal vs Burnley to earn 4 x £5 free bets for the rest of the weekend.