Premier League Free Betting Tips (8th matchday)
Conditions in the Premier League are slowly returning to normal: Liverpool have taken the lead, Aston Villa has slipped out of the international ranks and Manchester City are finally getting in shape. Is the current constitution enough for the top game against the Reds? Doubts are justified while elsewhere Everton and Manchester United have switched roles. Interesting games are looming on the 8th matchday – also and especially for fans of sports betting.
Everton FC vs Man United Free Betting Tips
Two weeks ago, Everton was still at the top of the Premier League. Meanwhile, Carlo Ancelotti’s team has dropped to fourth after losing two games in a row – against Southampton and Newcastle. The two bankruptcies, in combination with the 2-2 win against Liverpool, resulted in a total of three games without a win – and thus a straightening of the situation: Everton is not (yet) a Champions League team – and the team should be correspondingly difficult do against Manchester United. Or is it not?
The Red Devils maybe even further away from being a Champions League regular like Everton is right now. The team only got two wins from the first six matchdays (!), Which is why they are currently in 15th place. 15th place! Although the team showed their basic capabilities in the Champions League, 5-0 against Leipzig and 2-1 against PSG, after losing to Basaksehir (1: 2) recently, you shouldn’t trust the Red Devils too much.
Insider Tips: Draw
Manchester City vs Liverpool FC Free Betting Tips
Manchester City against Liverpool – in recent years that was the name of the duel between the Premier League overseas teams. This season, however, the situation has changed, at least apparently. While the Reds have taken the lead in the table after initial difficulties, ManCity is still bobbing around in unfamiliar regions. The SkyBlues are currently tenth! Sure, this may also be due to the fact that the team has played one game less than most of their competitors – but the Guardiola-Elf also scored more than eleven points from “only” six games in recent years. Currently, there are already two draws against the three wins and one defeat.
And it wouldn’t be as if the game plan meant ManCity in an extremely bad way. In the past, shooting fairs were held against teams like Leeds United (1: 1) or West Ham United (1: 1), but now it was just enough for one point. And when you had the remarkably strong Foxes from Leicester in front of your chest, the whole misery of the fourth Guardiola year was revealed: The SkyBlues lost 2: 5, who lost their wits offensively and the discipline defensively. In the run-up to matchday 8, Liverpool’s chances of winning at Etihad seem to be almost never: The Reds won five of the first seven games, which is not quite the performance from previous years but still meets the highest standards. Thanks to consistently good and very good performances, Jürgen Klopp’s team took back the championship lead from arch-rivals Everton, and on top of that, they celebrated a 5-0 victory in Bergamo in the Champions League. (Right, that’s exactly where ManCity only played 1: 1 exactly a year ago.)
The shape curve clearly speaks for the Reds, but the biggest advantage is another: the efficiency. Mo Salah has seven goals from seven games, and Sadio Mané has four more. Newcomer Diogo Jota also fitted in splendidly with three goals in the Premier League and a three-pack in Bergamo – and the value of Roberto Firmino should no longer be argued anyway. At ManCity, on the other hand, the offensive is the absolute problem child. The SkyBlues have only scored nine goals! For comparison: two years ago, after six matchdays, they had 19 hits on their account, last year it was even 24.
Given these diametrical developments, we expect Liverpool’s first win at Etihad Stadium since Pep Guardiola’s arrival.
Insider Tips: victory for Liverpool FC
Further matches of the Premier League on the 8th matchday
Brighton & Hove Albion v Burnley FC Free Betting Tips
Burnley is still without a win – and it should stay that way on Matchday 8. Against direct relegation competition, Brighton usually performed well in front of their home crowd.
Insider Tips: Victory for Brighton & Hove Albion
Southampton FC vs Newcastle United Free Betting Tips
Southampton in 5th place – that’s remarkable. Newcastle looks much weaker in eleventh place, but in truth, these teams are only separated by two points. We expect an even match with an even outcome.
Insider Tips: Draw
Chelsea FC vs Sheffield United Free Betting Tips
Timo Werner stoked a double pack in Rennes – while Havertz was doomed to watch due to Corona. Against Sheffield, the former should again get numerous scoring opportunities.
Insider Tips: win for Chelsea and over 2.5 goals
Crystal Palace vs Leeds United Free Betting Tips
Crystal Palace won only one of their last five games. Leeds at least two – despite better competition. The climber does it!
Insider Tips: victory for Leeds United
West Ham United vs Fulham FC Free Betting Tips
West Ham versus Fulham – London underdogs among themselves. The Hammers currently make a more stable impression.
Insider Tips: Double chance 1X
West Bromwich Albion vs Tottenham Hotspur Free Betting Tips
Tottenham Hotspur lost only two of 13 games this season. 3rd place is therefore absolutely justified. After the 8th matchday, things could go even higher – thanks to Kane and Son, who will have plenty of room to romp against West Brom’s 16-goal defence.
Insider Tips: Victory for Tottenham Hotspur and over 2.5 goals
Leicester City vs Wolverhampton Wanderers Free Betting Tips
The Foxes hold up well in second place thanks to 15 points from seven games. Against Wolverhampton, which is already back on the Europa League course (6th place), it should not be easy. Against the best defence in the league (8 goals conceded), Leicester will only get a few chances, they have to be used.
Insider Tips: Under 2.5 goals
Arsenal FC vs Aston Villa Free Betting Tips
Arsenal is currently one place behind Aston Villa – that’s remarkable. However, while the Gunners won five out of the last seven games, the Villans have been steadily downhill since then with a terrific 7-2 win against Liverpool.
Arsenal will overtake the underdog at the weekend.
Insider Tips: Arsenal FC win to zero