Football Tips: 10/1 shout tops Thommo’s best bets for this weekend’s TV Games

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Saturday 12:30: Arsenal v Tottenham
Thommo’s constructed a beautiful Bet Builder 12/1 for this game which you can check out HERE.

Saturday 5.30pm: West Ham v Wolves
West Ham to Win 1-0
Gianluca Scamacca to Score Anytime

Sunday 2pm: Manchester City v Manchester United
Manchester City to Win 3-1
Erling Haaland to Score First

Sunday 4.30pm: Leeds v Aston Villa
Leeds to Win 2-0
Luis Sinisterra to Score Anytime

Monday 8pm: Leicester v Nottingham Forest
Leicester To Win 1-0
James Maddison to Score First

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Saturday 12:30: Arsenal v Tottenham

TV: BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate

Thommo’s constructed a beautiful Bet Builder 12/1 for this game which you can check out HERE.

Saturday 5.30pm: West Ham v Wolves

TV: Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League

West Ham have lost five of their seven Premier League games so far. I like David Moyes but he must be looking at his team and wondering what’s happened. They can’t score and neither can Wolves. West Ham are the joint-lowest scorers with Wolverhampton Wanders.

West Ham have only picked up one point from three home games this season which is obviously not good. As for Wolves, their seven Premier League games have only produced 10 goals. They’ve had no win in seven away Premier League matches and they’ve taken just one point in three away games.

There’s not a lot of goals here, not a lot at all. I’m going for West Ham to Win this 1-0. I was watching the lad with the scouse name playing for Italy against England – Gianluca Scamacca! Proper scouse name, and I fancy Scamacca to Score First and for it to be the only goal of the game.

Sunday 2pm: Manchester City v Manchester United

TV: Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League

Manchester United have had some decent times at The Etihad recently, I can remember Paul Pogba scoring a couple of goals there and they have won their last four Premier League games. Isn’t it amazing? People were saying how low they were going to finish a few weeks ago, now all of a sudden they’re finishing in the top four and they’re going to qualify for the Champions League next year! How quickly things change.

But, a little bit of a warning, the last two away games they’ve only won 1-0 so very slight margins. Before that they had lost seven in a row away from home. Manchester City are unbeaten in 19 Premier League games, they’re the top scorers in the Premier League with 23 goals.

They’ve scored 14 goals at home this season so I think Manchester City will win this. You’ve got to have Erling Haaland to Score First in there and he’s proved very fruitful for me this season.

I do think there’s going to be goals because Manchester United, at times, have been open at the back and so have City. I do fancy Both Teams To Sore here and I’m going for Manchester City to Win 3-1.

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Sunday 4.30pm: Leeds v Aston Villa

TV: Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League

I think this one is going to go the way of the home side, I really do. Leeds have only picked up one point from their last three but their home form has been very good, they’re unbeaten in three home Premier League games, taking seven points from nine.

Aston Villa had their first win in five Premier League games against Southampton last time out but it was an extremely poor football match. Ollie Watkins and Danny Ings, Villa’s two main strikers, they’ve never scored against Leeds and Villa have lost the last three away Premier League games.

I’m edging towards Leeds United, I do fancy them to win and I expect them to keep a clean sheet as well. I’ll go Leeds to Win 2-0. Who’s getting the goals? I’m not sure Rodrigo will be back after he damaged his shoulder but Luis Sinisterra has had a fantastic time for Leeds. I think Sinisterra will Score at Anytime.

Monday 8pm: Leicester v Nottingham Forest

TV: Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League

This is one where you look at it and think, ‘Oh my goodness! How am I going to pick some bones out of this.’ Leicester v Forest, you should be thinking that this has got goals in it, these two have great players, but they’re both struggling.

Leicester have got one point from seven games and Brendan Rodgers is rightly under pressure. They’ve lost their last six Premier League games, conceding 22 goals. Forest, they’ve lost their last four in the Premier League and conceded 14 goals.

They’ve conceded 17 this season, only Leicester and Bournemouth have conceded more. I’m going for Leicester to win this one 1-0. I’ll go for James Maddison to Score First. I’m looking at free kicks around the box, he still looks as though he’s got a bit of confidence in him so I’m going for him to get the only goal.

This weekend’s Premier League tips

Saturday 12:30: Arsenal v Tottenham
Thommo’s constructed a beautiful Bet Builder 12/1 for this game which you can check out HERE.

Saturday 5.30pm: West Ham v Wolves
West Ham to Win 1-0
Gianluca Scamacca to Score Anytime

Sunday 2pm: Manchester City v Manchester United
Manchester City to Win 3-1
Erling Haaland to Score First

Sunday 4.30pm: Leeds v Aston Villa
Leeds to Win 2-0
Luis Sinisterra to Score Anytime

Monday 8pm: Leicester v Nottingham Forest
Leicester To Win 1-0
James Maddison to Score First

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