The Premier League returned last weekend and gave us more questions than answers:
- What’s wrong with Liverpool‘s backline?
- Kai Havertz…overrated?
- James Rodriguez…PFA Player of the Year???
- Wait, no, seriously, is Arsenal back?
- Spurs, lol. (Ok, not really a question)
Will we get answers this weekend?
Let’s take a look at 2020-21 Premier League matchday 2 lines.
2020-21 Premier League matchday 2 lines
|Saturday, September 19th|
|Everton -190||Draw +330||West Brom +525|
|Leeds -162||Draw +295||Fulham +460|
|Manchester United -305||Draw +430||Crystal Palace +850|
|Arsenal -186||Draw +330||West Ham +500|
|Sunday, September 20th|
|Southampton +215||Draw +230||Spurs +133|
|Newcastle +163||Draw +215||Brighton +185|
|Chelsea +220||Draw+270||Liverpool +117|
|Leicester -155||Draw +285||Burnley +450|
|Monday, September 21st|
|Aston Villa +165||Draw +285||Sheffield +175|
|Wolves +525||Draw +225||Manchester City -195|
Odds & Ends
- The marquee fixture this weekend of course is Chelsea vs Liverpool. Look for a preview soon. However, expect a week of backline criticism to impact the Reds. They’ll tighten things up and shut down Chelsea’s attack.
- Gareth Bale coming over or not, Spurs are in trouble. Southampton were a little unlucky not to get a point last weekend. The Saints at +215 is worth a look.
- Fulham are terrible. Leeds are good. That -162 is free money.
- This feels like one of those back luck seasons for Brighton. Newcastle are going to be an ok team. Getting them at +163 at home is a great price.
- Not necessarily saying that Wolves will beat Man City. However, +525 when Wolves have already played a match and were sharp against a THE FOURMIDABLES side who had last weekend off will matter. It’s too good of a price to ignore.
Where to watch Premier League in US
In the US, you can watch Premier League matches on NBC, NBC Sports, NBC Sports Gold app, and Peacock.
Chelsea vs Liverpool will only be available on Peacock.
WHERE TO BET THE PREMIER LEAGUE IN THE US
In the US, you can legally bet on soccer in New Jersey, Indiana and Pennsylvania.