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Premier League Predictions: 3 Betting tips for this weekend (Matchday 9)

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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.

Let’s check out three betting tips for Matchday 9 of the 2022-23 Premier League campaign.

Don’t expect goals when Brentford take on Bournemouth

Brentford suffered their second Premier League defeat of the season last week. A 3-0 defeat against Arsenal exposed the Bees’ defensive issues. 

However, we expect Thomas Frank’s side to show a different performance when they face Bournemouth this weekend.

Bournemouth’s performance against Newcastle showed they could be tough to score against. 

Meanwhile, the Cherries’ attacking numbers don’t convince us that they can find enough chances against Brentford.

The Bees might struggle to score at Vitality Stadium due to their more conservative approach in recent games. However, their superior backline convinces us that they won’t give away too many opportunities either.

Goals likely on both sides when Leeds host Aston Villa

Leeds United remained winless for the third consecutive game when they lost 5-2 against Brentford before the international break.

Leeds’ awful defensive form suggests they will give out enough chances to Aston Villa in the upcoming game. 

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On the other hand, Villa’s goalscoring consistency has done little to make up for their defensive struggles in recent weeks.

Steven Gerrard’s side might take a conservative approach to the game. But they will most likely struggle to keep a clean sheet against Leeds’ in-form forwards.

Don’t underestimate Palace’s chances against Chelsea 

Palace have remained winless in their last three league games, suffering a defeat against Manchester City before drawing with Newcastle and Brentford.

The Eagles have shown brilliant defensive quality despite their underwhelming results. The home record for Patrick Vieira’s side suggests they can keep Chelsea at bay for most of the game on Saturday.

On the other hand, Chelsea’s first display under Graham Potter didn’t show significant signs of improvement as the Blues are still busy adapting to the new manager’s style of play.