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Premier League matchday 25 sportsbook betting lines
Sportsbook Premier League betting tips
By Paul Seaton
Saturday 11th February
Liverpool (+115) vs. Tottenham Hotspur (+240) 10am ET
After wins for Southampton, Swansea and Wolves at Liverpool's home ground, followed by last weekend's defeat at Hull, Jurgen Klopp's men are going through an extended rough patch. Can they prevail against one of the most dangerous teams in the league?
Saturday's game will be a tight affair, and the tie looks the best bet at +235.
Saturday 11th February
Arsenal (-335) vs. Hull City (+850) 7.30am ET
Arsenal have endured a torrid fortnight, beaten by both Chelsea and Watford on Premier League duty, all but ending their title chances. Hull City are not the mugs some take them for, and both sides to get goals and there to be over 2.5 is +135 and well worth taking.
Manchester United (-400) vs. Watford (+1100) 10am ET
While United are the favorites, Watford are +110 with a +1.5 goals handicap. The Hornets are buzzing right now (sorry) after beating Arsenal and may only be edged out if they are at all.
Sunderland (+280) vs. Southampton (Evens) 10am ET
David Moyes' men destroyed Crystal Palace and are huge odds to win by the most common scoreline in Premier League history, 2-1 to the home side. The Mackems are an unmissable +1200.
West Ham United (+110) vs. West Bromwich Albion (+255) 10am ET
Tony Pulis has West Brom performing at a high level and although his side are good odds to win, they are better staked without the tie, at a very reasonable +140, via Bovada (below).
Stoke City (Evens) vs. Crystal Palace (+275) 10am ET
Last week's action saw Peter Crouch score his 100th goal in the Premier League, at the age of 35. But the next in line to reach that landmark who is currently playing in the league is over a decade younger than the former Portsmouth and Spurs man. Who is it?
Back to the game at hand, and Crystal Palace need some points. We're not sure that they will find the Britannia the place to do so, however. Stoke must be backed at Evens against a side who lost 0-4 to Sunderland last weekend.
Middlesborough (+275) vs. Everton (+105) 10am ET
Over 2.5 goals simply has to be backed. Everton are wide open at both ends. It's +130.
Sunday 12th February
Burnley (+700) vs. Chelsea (-245) 8.30 ET
Chelsea are value even with a -1.5 goal handicap at +115. Burnley have a history of rolling over in this fixture.
Swansea City (+140) vs. Leicester City (+200) 11am ET
An easy home win for a resurgent Swansea at +140.
Monday 13th February
Bournemouth (+550) vs. Manchester City (-220) 3pm ET
Bournemouth have been shipping goals and The Citizens will fill their boots. Manchester City to score 3 or more is +130.
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