The Acca Scout from oddschecker finds value bets for today's football fixtures in the Premier League, including best of the boosts.
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Four from Forest that stand out for yellow card value
Only Fulham have received more yellow cards this season than Nottm Forest, four of their defenders already have three each.— oddschecker (@oddschecker) October 10, 2022
Best/worst odds tonight:
Steve Cook: 4/1 vs 17/10
Joe Worrall: 5/2 vs 7/4
Scott McKenna: 4/1 vs 15/8
Neco Williams: 4/1 vs EVS#NFOAVL
Villa to find attacking form at Forest
Nottingham Forest's home matches have averaged 3.3 goals so far this season, while Steve Cooper's side have conceded an average of nearly four goals across their last five in the Premier League.
In fact, of Forest's league opponents so far only West Ham and Everton have failed to score two or more, making this the perfect opportunity for goal shy Villa to finally put some goals on the board.
Over 1.5 away goals is a best price 11/10.
Trent to be tested by Martinelli
Trent Alexander-Arnold defending has always been questioned since his rise and has come under more scrutiny as the season has gone on. The 24-year-old will face one of his toughest tests this season with an in-form Martinelli testing him.
Trent has already picked up two yellow cards this season and with the prospect of facing a rampant Arsenal side he seems good value at 9/2 to pick up a card.
West Ham to cruise to a comfortable win against Fulham
The Hammers have won five of their last six encounters with Fulham, and although David Moyes might have to rotate his starting 11 after playing in Belgium in midweek, the Cottagers have a lot of injuries to key first-team players including top scorer Mitrovic, so we are going to go with a West Ham win to nil which can be found at the best price of 9/4.
Brighton to surprise Tottenham?
- Roberto De Zerbi has never beaten Antonio Conte as a manager, suffering defeat in 75% of such matches
- The visitors have committed at least 10 fouls in every Premier League match so far
- Tottenham have faced 127 shots in their eight league matches - an average of 15.9 per game
Maddison to continue fine form against Bournemouth
Despite Leicester's struggles, James Maddison has been in sublime form for the Foxes having already notched five goals this year and two assists in the Premier League.
Maddison's talents were on full display in his last outing having scored two goals and claiming an assist against Nott'm Forest. You can back Maddison at the best price of 3/1 to score anytime today.
All stats point to another goal-fest at St James' Park
The last five meetings between these two sides at St James' Park have seen a total of 24 goals scored at an average of 4.8 per match, and there could be plenty more goalmouth action in the North East today.
If you fancy both teams to score and over 2.5 goals in this fixture you can back it at the best price of 6/5.
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Goal shy Reading run into the wrong test
Having already highlighted that only Rotherham (one) have scored fewer league away goals than Reading (two), we tried to find some hope for the Royals' attacking prospects at Loftus Road.
Yet, QPR have only conceded five times at home (5th fewest in the Championship) and kept a clean sheet in three of their last five home meetings with Reading.
Low scoring affair at Loftus Road?
- The hosts have scored at least two in three of the last five against Reading at Loftus Road
- Only Rotherham (one) have scored fewer league away goals than Reading (two)
- Reading have conceded a goal or less in seven of their last nine league games
Arsenal to win & under 3.5 goals
The Gunners may be flying but expect a few replacements to come in for today's fixture with the likes of Nketiah and Marquinhos set for a start. Bodo/Glimt are unbeaten thus far in the Europa and sit top of the group so they're a respectable outfit. The home side should have enough firepower to win comfortably but Bodo might well stop the floodgates opening and concede fewer than four.
Arsenal to win & under 3.5 goals is best priced at 8/5 (worst priced 5/4).
United to maintain Europa League winning trend
Nketiah Europa League run to continue?
Eddie Nketiah has been a substitute for all of Arsenal's game in the Premier League, but started Arsenal's 2-1 victory over Zurich on Matchday One, where he scored the winner.
With Gabriel Jesus likely to be rested ahead of a bumper clash with Liverpool on the weekend, we may see Nketiah start again, making him a likely goalscorer.
Eddie Nketiah to score anytime is best priced at 49/50 (worst priced odds 7/10)
Europa League Treble including Man United and Arsenal
The oddschecker team have picked out a 9/2 Thursday treble (now 4/1) covering action in the Europa League tonight, featuring wins for Man United and Arsenal this evening.
PSG sound on the road
Ahead of their trip to Benfica, PSG have won every away game this season and scored in the first half in all of those, including both of their Champions League wins against Juventus and Maccabi Haifa.
PSG to lead at half time and win the game is best priced at 15/8 (worst priced 6/4).
Total Chelsea cards play for crucial Milan clash
Ahead of a crucial match against AC Milan, Chelsea are averaging 2.67 yellows per match on home soil in the league and hold the second-highest average number of tackles per game.
Meanwhile, the sides that AC Milan face tend to play in an aggressive manner, as evidenced by the fact that all of their last five away opponents have received at least two cards in total.
Over 1.5 yellow cards for Chelsea at 7/10 looks a value play.
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Haaland hat-trick train to continue?
Tuesday's Champions League early kick-off 9/1 double
- Marseille host Sporting Lisbon looking to break an awful run of having lost 16 of their past 17 Champions League fixtures. Sporting, meanwhile, come into this one having kept a clean sheet in their previous three UCL matches. Sporting to win & under 2.5 goals in this one pays out a best price of 11/2.
- Bayern Munich will be looking to put visitors Viktoria Plzen to the sword at the Allianz Arena. Coming off the back of a 4-0 home win to Leverkusen in the Bundesliga, Bayern will be looking for another comfortable win tonight against their opponents who are a huge best price of 60/1 to take three points. The home team to win and over 3.5 goals is a best price of 8/13.
Firmino's Anfield scoring run to continue?
Roberto Firmino has scored five goals in his last three starts at Anfield, with two of those coming last weekend against Brighton.
Should Firmino start tonight, he could be a good bet to score against a Rangers side who have conceded seven goals in their first two Champions League games.
Firmino to score anytime is best priced at 11/10 (worst priced 3/4). If you think he can score another brace tonight against a leaky Rangers defence you’d find best priced odds of 11/2 (worst priced 7/2).
Rangers get stuck in on the road
On the road, Rangers have been extremely reliable for being involved in card heavy games as evidenced by the fact that six of their seven competitive away matches (including Champions League qualifying) have witnessed at least four cards being awarded in total.
Maddison the man to reverse Rodgers' recent league woes
James Maddison has taken 20 of Leicester City's 78 shots (25.6%) across their seven Premier League matches so far. The 25-year-old, a scorer of three goals in the last six, is a best price 5/2 to score anytime tonight (worst 6/4).
Indeed, he seems the likeliest to pull Brendan Rodgers out of the precarious position he finds himself in. Rodgers, 3/1 in the Next Manager to Leave market, could lose three consecutive home league games for the first time as a manager.
Birthday goal repeat for Iheanacho?
Kelechi Iheanacho can score a Premier League goal on his birthday for the second year in a row, emulating Teddy Sheringham in 1994 and 1995. The Nigerian forward is a best price 7/4 to score anytime for Leicester against Nottingham Forest (worst price 11/10).