Premier League Betting Preview

Chris Hutcheon pinpoints the weekend money making opportunities in the Premier League including the TV game between Liverpool and Watford. Live scores | Compare odds |

Due to the FA Cup quarter finals, there is a limited Premier League programme although Liverpool have a chance to boost their top four credentials when they entertain Watford at Anfield.

Liverpool are licking their wounds after losing at Old Trafford last weekend and Watford might feel the wrath of the Reds, with Ladbrokes going 2/11 about Jurgen Klopp’s side claiming the three points.

Paddy Power offer 4/7 that the home side lead at half-time and full-time, with bet365 offering 10/1 about a 4-0 win for Liverpool, while Mohamed Salah is a 7/2 poke with Ladbrokes to score first.

Watford are 18/1 with BetVictor to claim a surprise win and the same bookmaker offer 13/2 about the game ending all square.

Paddy Power make Liverpool 7/5 to better a two goal handicap

West Brom now look doomed to be relegated and some will feel the 19/20 (Ladbrokes) about Bournemouth beating them looks like a knocking bet, with the Baggies 16/5 with BetVictor to stop the rot with a victory at the Vitality Stadium.

It’s crunch time at the John Smith’s Stadium, with Huddersfield having failed to despatch Swansea last weekend despite bossing the Swans and the Terriers can be backed at a tempting 9/5 (BetVictor) to pull clear of the drop zone.

Crystal Palace are a 15/8 chance with William Hill to win in Yorkshire and the visitors will hope that Wilfried Zaha can help steer them clear of choppy waters.

Stoke are facing relegation square in the face and Ladbrokes go 11/8 that they claim a much-needed three points against Everton, with Sam Allardyce having been boosted with a win for the Toffees last weekend and the visitors could be the bet at 2/1 (Paddy Power).

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