Premier League Predictions: Monday Parlay
We're starting the week off with 3 Premier League games and have given you a pick for every single one. Bet them individually or as a parlay.
3 Team Parlay - $50 stake would return $774
Sheffield United to win to nil @ +230
- Sheffield United have won their previous 4 home games
Everton haven't performed at their best over their past couple of games, securing a 1-1 draw against a woeful Aston Villa team last time out and a hammering at the hands of Wolves before that.
Sheffield United have been playing well and should win this but at +115 we want some more value, and backing the Blades to win, and not concede, fits the bill, especially when considering that they have the second best defensive record in the division.
Over 2.5 Goals @ +104
- Newcastle have conceded at least 2 in their past 4 games
- Brighton have let in 3+ goals in their past 3 games at home
Only fractionally about even money but the stats make this look like a home run. The overs has hit in Newcastle's past 5 matches, with Newcastle concedeeding 2+ in 4 of those. Brighton too have been leaky, with over 2.5 goals landing in their past 4 at home.
Given that both of these teams will be back next year, their players could well be already on the beach mentally and you wouldn't be surprised to see this game finishing with a high score, especially if there is any truth to the rumors that Andy Carroll may play at centreback.
Wolves/Wolves (Halftime/Fulltime) @ +130
- Palace have been losing at both halftime and fulltime in their past 3 games
Pretty much everybody but the most dedicated Palace fan is expecting a Wolves win here, with the side keeping clean sheets in 5 of their past 6 home games, and the awful form that Palce have found themselves in.
Palace have been dire. They've conceded 2 or more goals in their past 4 games, failed to score in 5 of their past 6, and have lost all of those matches, with the last three being lost at halftime and fulltime. That's a trend that we'll be jumping on here, taking Wolves to be winning at the half and fulltime.