Unless you can’t wait to hate-watch Everton vs Tottenham, Premier League matchday 11 lacks any big marquee match-ups.
Yes, Arsenal vs Wolverhampton should be fun and open. And yes, Manchester City’s inferiority complex may have them try to put 10 past Southampton since Leicester laid 9 at St. Mary’s. Otherwise, it’s a bunch of middle table fodder and mismatches.
Speaking of City, we wrote this for our Liverpool vs Tottenham player ratings, but when looking at futures, it makes the Reds -121 to the FOURMIDABLES +100 look solid:
here are the major clubs Liverpool has played to date this EPL season:
- Leicester City
- Manchester United
Here are the major clubs Manchester City has played:
At some point, City are actually going to have to play some of Europe’s elite. And unless they rip off 14-18 straight wins again, Liverpool are in a commanding position to win the Premier League this season.
Premier League Matchday 11 Lines
|Saturday, November 2nd|
|Bournemouth +225||Draw +250||Manchester United +120|
|Aston Villa +700||Draw +410||Liverpool -265|
|Manchester City -1250||Draw +1050||Southampton +2800|
|Arsenal -141||Draw +295||Wolverhampton +375|
|Brighton -137||Draw +310||Norwich +340|
|Sheffield +114||Draw +225||Burnley +265|
|West Ham -112||Draw +265||Newcastle +300|
|Watford +370||Draw +330||Chelsea -152|
|Sunday, November 3rd|
|Crystal Palace +245||Draw +245||Leicester +112|
|Everton +180||Draw +245||Tottenham +150|
Odds & Ends
- Just call it a gut–but things have been going so well for Manchester United that a letdown against Bournemouth feels inevitable. The Bournemouth win or draw numbers are worth a look.
- Does Arsenal’s backline inspire confidence from any quality attacking side? Wolves are starting to round into form. That +295 draw feels like a strong play.
- We’re not saying to take Leicester +112 at Palace. However, that feels like a potential let-down game for the Foxes and Palace has been much stronger than we thought.
Where to bet the Premier League in the US
In the US, you can legally bet on soccer in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.