Sunday’s Premier League Betting Tips: Chelsea in trouble today?
Nick Murphy | 10 March 2019
Betting preview and odds for PL Super Sunday
Arsenal’s clash with Manchester United is the cherry on top of a Super Sunday which also includes Liverpool at home to Burnley and Chelsea v Wolverhampton Wanderers.
You can check out our preview for the late game at the Emirates here. While we’ve previewed the two early Premier League kick-offs below.
Liverpool v Burnley (BT Sport 1, 12pm)
Four draws in six matches have put a severe dent in Liverpool’s Premier League title hopes. The good news is that today’s visitors to Anfield don’t boast a great record on Merseyside.
Burnley are winless in this corner of the North West since 1974 and have lost on three of their last four top-flight visits. That’s all well and good. But Liverpool are struggling to win matches, and Sean Dyche’s men are not an easy side to break down.
The Clarets have conceded just eight goals in their last 10 matches and have been within two goals of Liverpool in each of their last seven head-to-head fixtures. The Reds should still prevail at 1/6, although not by much. Liverpool to Win and Under 3.5 Goals is priced at 11/10.
Mohamed Salah is the obvious pick to score at 7/10, but Sadio Mane has been in better form and is 8/11. If Klopp rests a few key players ahead of a crucial Champions League tie, Xherdan Shaqiri could also get a look in at 13/10. Burnley ace Ashley Barnes has five goals in six matches and is 10/3.
Chelsea v Wolves (Sky Sports Main Event, 2:05pm)
Wolves have already taken points off Man City, Man United, Arsenal, Spurs and Chelsea this term. They’ll be a stern test for a home side who don’t always fare so well after being involved in Europa League action.
Maurizio Sarri’s men have dropped points against West Ham and Everton and lost in cup ties versus Man United and Man City post-Thursday night football. They’re 8/15 to win this one, against 5/1 for a Wolves side that have won four of their last seven matches in the Prem.
Raul Jiminez carries the biggest threat for the visitors. The Mexican forward has five goals in his last six top-flight matches and is 14/5 to net again here. For the hosts, all bar two of Pedro’s goals this season have come at Stamford Bridge. He’s a 6/4 chance Anytime, or 4/1 to Score First.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing