It’s a midweek slate of fixtures for Premier League matchday 15.
A few solid matches this week but the highlight is easily Jose Mourinho’s return to Old Trafford, as a resurgent Tottenham face a reeling Manchester United. Jose and his Spurs are the slightest of favorites, which they absolutely would not have been if this match took place three weeks ago.
Here are the lines.
Premier League matchday 15 lines
|Tuesday, December 3|
|Crystal Palace +115||Draw +245||Bournemouth +240|
|Burnley +1200||Draw +500||Manchester City -450|
|Wednesday, December 4|
|Manchester United +165||Draw +250||Tottenham +160|
|Leicester -278||Draw +400||Watford +800|
|Chelsea -375||Draw +510||Aston Villa +900|
|Southampton -139||Draw +315||Norwich +335|
|Wolverhampton -132||Draw +270||West Ham +370|
|Liverpool -265||Draw +400||Everton +700|
|Thursday, December 5|
|Sheffield -118||Draw +250||Newcastle +350|
|Arsenal -167||Draw +310||Brighton +440|
Odds & Ends
- If you don’t think Mou will be jacked for this one, you’re crazy. Spurs are rolling. United are reeling. That +160 is a good Spurs price.
- Southampton can do themselves a huge favor if they want to avoid relegation by earning 3 off Norwich at home. It seems like Southampton is doing their annual “dig ourselves a hole and dig out” routine. Still, hard to confidently take them as odds-on even against Norwich.
- We’ll cover this more in our preview, but the Merseyside derby between Liverpool and Everton could get ugly. If it hasn’t happened by Wednesday, this could be the game that gets Marco Silva sacked.
Where to bet Premier League in the US
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