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Premier League Predictions: 3 Betting tips for this weekend (Matchday 26)

Premier League Betting Tips
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Ace Football presents detailed betting tips on the upcoming Premier League games of the weekend.

As we prepare for another matchday of the Premier League season, our experts take a look at the bookmakers’ predictions for the upcoming matches.

Expect goals on both sides when Man Utd host Southampton

Man Utd will play their first Premier League game since losing 7-0 against Manchester United last weekend.

The Red Devils made a quick reaction to beat Real Betis 4-0 on Thursday. Their impressive attacking display suggests Ten Hag’s men will find enough chances against Southampton’s out-of-form backline.

On the other hand, Southampton have regained consistency with their goal numbers in recent weeks. The Saints have scored in four of their last five goals, and they have a good chance of extending their record at Old Trafford.

Back Chelsea to beat Leicester City

Chelsea have ended their six-game winless run to claim back-to-back victories against Leeds United and Borussia Dortmund.

Next up, the Blues will take on Leicester, who come into the game on the back of three consecutive defeats across all competitions.

Matches against Arsenal, Blackburn Rovers, and Southampton have exposed Leicester’s defensive problems.

On the other hand, Brendan Rodgers’ men haven’t scored a single goal in their last three EPL games, suggesting they won’t be able to prevent Chelsea from outscoring them on Saturday.

Don’t expect goals when Tottenham meet Forest

Tottenham meet Nottingham Forest amid growing uncertainty over Antonio Conte’s future at the club.

The Italian boss has come under pressure since the Spurs’ elimination from the Champions League on Wednesday. Conte’s side haven’t scored in their last three games across all competition. We expect them to continue their attacking struggles against Forest’s in-form backline.

The visitors could even push for victory in London but their recent goal numbers in away games convince us that we won’t see an eventful game on Saturday.