Our best bets for Tuesday’s Premier League games
The temperature might have dropped recently but the Premier League’s heating up.
The games are starting to pile up as we get closer to the Christmas period. And there are three tasty fixtures being played tonight.
Ahead of the games, here are our tips for all three:
Burnley v Stoke City (19:45)
Burnley’s impressive campaign continued with a win over Watford on Saturday. They’re flying high in seventh, just three spots off the Champions League places.
Stoke are three points above the drop zone and have lost three of their last four games. They’ve also got the worst defensive record in the top flight (35 goals conceded).
A Burnley win looks on the cards, but the Potters have scored on each of their last seven away league trips. Burnley to Win and Both Teams to Score is 17/4.
There have been Over 2.5 Goals in each of Stoke’s last six league games. You can back the same outcome here at 11/8.
Crystal Palace v Watford (20:00)
Crystal Palace’s improved performances haven’t produced the results they’ve deserved in recent weeks. This could be their chance to turn things around.
Watford have only won one of the last seven matches between the two clubs. Marco Silva’s side are also on a run of three games without victory.
Palace will be without Mamadou Sakho at the back, so Crystal Palace to Win and Both Teams to Score at 16/5 looks tasty.
At the other end, Christian Benteke will be desperate to make amends for his penalty mishap on Saturday. The big striker is 15/8 to score Anytime.
Huddersfield Town v Chelsea (20:00)
Chelsea will be looking to get back to winning ways here. But it won’t be easy. Huddersfield have beaten Manchester United at home and came very close to getting a draw against Manchester City.
The Blues’ defence looked vulnerable against West Ham United last weekend. There could be chances for the Terriers to capitalise. Chelsea and Over 2.5 Goals is 27/20.
Alvaro Morata isn’t available so Antonio Conte could give a rare chance to Michy Batshuayi. The Belgian is 3/1 to open the scoring.
All Odds and Markets correct as of date of publication