The Best Value Premier League Tips – Matchday 30

We kicked things off with a two correct tips for Wednesday’s restart. Ten more fixtures make up the rest of Matchday 30 as each team gets back to action.

Here’s my pick of the best value Premier League tips for this weekend:

West Ham vs Wolves

Wolves to Win – 23/20 with bet365

West Ham have had a poor season by all accounts. Their record against top-half Premier League sides is particularly concerning for Hammers’ fans, with just two wins and one draw from 15 games.

By contrast, Wolves have been dominant against the bottom ten, losing just twice. Their record is even more emphatic when facing the relegation-threatened sides (5W-0D-1L).

If Nuno Espirito Santo’s side pick up where they left off pre-lockdown, Wolves should deliver on their 23/20 odds.

Bournemouth vs Crystal Palace

Under 2.5 Goals – 8/11 with bet365

Another club having an underwhelming campaign are Bournemouth. The Cherries have really struggled in front of goal, netting just 29 so far.

Crystal Palace may be fairing better in terms of league position but their goal output has been similarly poor. Only two sides have scored fewer than the Eagles’ 26.

This fixture looks set to be low-scoring for both sides and there’s definitely value to be found in the ‘under x goals’ market.

Newcastle vs Sheffield United

Under 1.5 Goals – 7/4 with PaddyPower

Continuing the theme of low-scoring games, Newcastle vs Sheffield United looks likely to offer plenty of value.

79% of Sheffield United’s games have been under 2.5 goal this season. 11 of their 29 fixtures have seen one goal or fewer, including their Wednesday night 0-0 draw with Villa.

Newcastle’s fixtures have also seen few goals in recent times with eight of their last ten featuring under 2.5 goals. Five of their last seven league games have seen one goal or fewer, including each of their last three.

All odds accurate as of 18/06/2020.

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