2016-17 EPL Multi Week 6

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The 2016-17 EPL season enters week 6 this weekend and we have our betting multi available below. Last week we narrowly missed out on a $500 payday with Manchester United producing a disappointing performance against Watford. However, we did get $50 cash back due to the Sportsbet promotion.

To kick off our EPL week 6 multi, we are backing Manchester United and Leicester City to play out a draw this Saturday night. The Red Devils had a week from hell as they lost all three games last week and failed to look competitive in any of them. Their best showing was against Manchester City but they still trailed that match 2-0 before kicking into gear. Their latest loss against Watford was their most embarrassing as they suffered back-to-back losses in the premier league. Meanwhile the Foxes are beginning to find their feet as they had two 3-0 victories in a row. Their first came in the Champions League whilst their second was against Burnley on the weekend. We believe they will be able to do enough to get a draw on the road.

In our second leg we will be backing Manchester City to get the job done against Swansea on the road. We are utilising the fact they are on the road to get the extra bit of odds in our multi as the Sky Blues have looked brilliant to start the year. They haven’t lost a game under Pep Guardialo and we don’t think they will start this weekend. Their attack has been brilliant whilst they have only conceded 3 goals in 5 premier league games. Kevin De Bruyne is quickly stamping his authority on the season and Guardialo gave him the highest praise by calling him the second best player in the world behind Lionel Messi. Swansea City started the year with a win but since then they have lost three of their past four matches and only earned one competition point.

Everton has started the year strongly and are undefeated in the premier league. They have won four straight games and their attack is looking very dangerous. Romelu Lukaku has recaptured his best form and on the back of scoring a hat trick he grabbed another goal on the weekend and earned an assists too. Gareth Barry was able to grab a goal in his 600th game in the premier league and his experience is really helping the youth of the side. They are up against Bournemouth who have struggled throughout the opening stages this year and find themselves just above the relegation zone with just the one win to their name. They have managed to find the back of the net just three times and we don’t think they will be able to challenge the defence of the Toffees.

In the final leg of our multi we are predicting Arsenal to defeat Chelsea in the match of the round. These two sides have had the complete opposite season thus far as the Gunners started slowly but have peaked in recent weeks with three straight premier league wins whilst the Blues started with three straight wins only to fall away in their last two games with a draw and then a loss to Liverpool at home. Their defensive issues are beginning to become apparent as was expected from the beginning of the year. The Gunners have a great attack going forward and they should be able to carve a hole in the Chelsea defence. However, their defence isn’t as strong as it was last year due to injuries and they will need to be cautious of Chelsea scoring on the break. Diego Costa is in good form but we are predicting the home field advantage to steer the Gunners towards a victory.

EPL Multi of the Week – All bets placed with Sportsbet

Manchester United to draw with Leicester City – $3.80

Manchester City to defeat Swansea City – $1.44

Everton to defeat Bournemouth – $2.20

Arsental to defeat Chelsea – $2.40

Total odds: $28.89
Return on $50: $1,444.61 (Bonus Bet up to $50 if one leg fails with Sportsbet Promotion)

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September 21, 2016 by : Posted in Expert Betting Tips No Comments

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