Premier League Parlay: Trying To Hit Another Premier League Parlay This Time @ +121
Premier League Parlay: Week 3 of EPL Fixtures Parlay
We won our 1st parlay of the Premier League season 2 weeks ago, and we’re back with this round’s 2-team parlay. We will play it safe to cash just before the international break. Best of luck!
Parlay 1st Leg: Brighton vs. Everton
Brighton is one of the five teams with maximum points after two games. They came back from 1 goal down to beat Burnley in week 1, winning 2-0 at home against Watford in the 2nd match. Very organized tactically by Graham Potter, the Seagulls are a difficult team to play against, mostly in front of their fans.
One of their most important players, Neal Maupay, who scored in both games this season, suffered a shoulder injury last weekend against Watford, being forced off at halftime. He could feature against Everton on Saturday but will probably start on the bench.
The hosts are flying high after this strong start but are yet to face a difficult opponent. This weekend’s clash is, so far, the most challenging test. If Neal Maupay will not make it on time for this fixture, Leandro Trossard is the player to watch. The Seagulls played Cardiff in the EFL Cup on Tuesday, beating them 2-0, but Potter decided to rest his entire 1st team so the boys will be fully fit and ready to extend their winning streak.
On the other side, Everton won their 1st game of the season 3-1 against Southampton, coming back from 1 goal down, but they were kept to a 2-2 draw by Leeds last weekend, failing to maintain the lead on two occasions. Leeds controlled the match, always on the front foot, ready to score the equalizer. Everton was about to lose the game, but Jordan Pickford showed again why he’s the number one keeper for the national team. Let’s not forget he kept five clean sheets in seven EURO 2020 games.
Last year on the road, Everton won 11 in 19 games scoring 23 goals in the process. Dominic Calvert-Lewin, who finished last year with 16 goals, sitting 6th in the top-scorers chart, started well against Rafa Benitez, scoring in both games.
We expect at least 2 goals in this clash. That’s why our 1st pick for this parlay is over 1.5 goals. We promised to keep it safe.
1st Parlay Pick: Over 1.5 goals at -145
Parlay 2nd Leg: West Ham vs. Crystal Palace
This is probably the best of the round in the Premier League. West Ham, who are leading the standings, host Crystal Palace on Saturday. With 2 wins and 8 goals scored in the process (4 in each game), West Ham destroyed Leicester last week, beating them 4-1. It’s true; the Foxes played 50 minutes with a man down, with Ayoze Perez being red-carded in the 40th minute of the game.
Antonio’s brace and an assist against Leicester sent the Hammers to the top of the Premier League table for the first time in 15 years but also broke another record, becoming West Ham’s all-time top scorer in the Premier League with 49 goals scored. He’s simply unstoppable. He has become an integral part of the team, the attacking engine, and the goal man. Let’s not forget about David Moyes, who saved the Hammers from the drop in 2019/20, finishing 6th last year, qualifying in the Europa League group stages, and starting the season very strong.
On the other side, Crystal Palace kicked off their season in poor form. They failed to score in all 3 games across all competitions, earning just 1 point in standing after the 0-0 home draw with the newly promoted team, Brentford. Furthermore, they managed just 3 goals on target in both EPL games (Chelsea and Brentford). That’s way too low, and if they continue like that, they will have tough times to remain in the top-flight league.
The bookies are offering us a gift before the international break, and we will take it. West Ham, the most in-form team in the Premier League, is priced at -175 to beat Crystal Palace, one of the four teams with no goals scored but the only team with just 3 shots on target in 2 games. On top of that, West Ham is playing at home. So for a single bet, you can also play West Ham -1 Asian Handicap priced at +100.
2nd Parlay Pick: West Ham ML at -175
Premier League Parlay Picks
2-Leg Parlay Odds: +121
Brighton vs. Everton - Over 1.5 Goals @ -145
West Ham vs. Crystal Palace - West Ham Moneyline @ -175
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