Premier League spread betting markets to try – Our latest tips
We’re back for more Premier League spread betting markets for this weekend.
What is spread betting? This is a way of betting that comes as a result of speculating on where a market could go, without actually betting on strictly on market itself. Instead, you are wagering on the markets likelihood of changing in price. Let's take a look at some options for this weekend.
Arsenal vs Liverpool – 1.5 goals (+330)
What a game this is set to be at the Emirates, and although the matches between Liverpool and Manchester City will take the headlines this season, this clash between the Reds and Arsenal is likely the biggest of the campaign so far.
Arsenal have managed to avoid a loss in every home game this season, besides their defeat to Liverpool in the FA Cup. This has seen the club defeat the likes of Manchester City and Manchester United at home, while they even scored over 1.5 goals against Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League a few months back.
Manchester United vs West Ham – +1 (+100)
West Ham United are heading to Old Trafford on Sunday with the Hammers hoping to get an upset win against Manchester United. However, it seems as if the Red Devils are getting back to a better form of themselves, as Casemiro and Lisandro Martinez returned in midweek against Wolves and were impressive.
Kobbie Mainoo has also added to Erik ten Hag’s ammunition, and his stunning solo goal that collected all three points for United was arguably the craziest moment of the season for the Red Devils.
Rasmus Hojlund also got his ninth goal of the season after a finish at the Molineux. The Danish striker has clearly found his feet after also netting in the outing before that against Tottenham Hotspur, meaning he has scored in back-to-back goals in the Premier League.
Back at home against a West Ham side who have failed to keep a clean sheet in the past four games, United should get some more goals and head towards three more points.
Bournemouth vs Nottingham Forest – -1 (+115)
Bournemouth are aiming to keep up their excellent fight in the bottom half of the table where they can now extend their gap on the relegation zone to 11 goals, if results go in their favour.
The Cherries head into this game with a two-game unbeaten run since losing to Liverpool, as they smashed Swansea City 5-0 in the FA Cup just under two weeks ago before a commendable midweek 1-1 draw with West Ham United.
Nottingham Forest are down in 16th and they themselves could end up in the drop zone if results go against them, as the club is only two points above Everton ahead of the weekend's games. Forest also have one of the worst away records in the Premier League too and this should be a game where Bournemouth get a few goals back at the Vitality Stadium.