Football Tips: Our 28/1 Premier League multi-match Bet Builder on Sunday

Our footie tipster Andrew Beasley is expecting goals on Sunday.

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2pm: Aston Villa v Man United – Man Utd to Win
2pm: Southampton v Newcastle – Newcastle to Win & Both Teams to Score
2pm: West Ham v Crystal Palace – West Ham to Win & Gianluca Scamacca to Score Anytime

A Multi-Match Bet Builder using these selections pays at approximately 28/1 with Paddy Power. CLICK HERE TO ADD IT TO YOUR BETSLIP.

It’s something of a weird weekend in the Premier League this week, with five games on each day. There’s a trio of matches kicking off at 2pm on Sunday so let’s see if we can earn a few quid before settling down to watch Tottenham beat Liverpool.

2pm: Aston Villa v Manchester United – Man Utd to Win

When Aston Villa beat Manchester United 3-1 in 1995, Alan Hansen famously said “you can’t win anything with kids.” As Michael Jordan might say, United took that personally. They went on to win the double that season and they haven’t lost at Villa Park in the league since.

With 15 wins and eight draws from the last 23 clashes in the West Midlands, the Red Devils possess English football’s longest ever unbeaten run against a specific team.

The data from this season thinks Villa are a good value selection here. After Erik ten Hag brought on Harry Maguire and stuck him upfront against Real Sociedad on Thursday, he’s clearly capable of mad decisions which could make a home win possible.

But you have to back United here, their form is so much better than Villa’s that you must. Paul Scholes will score a volley from the edge of the area for them, same as he does every year in this fixture.

2pm: Southampton v Newcastle – Newcastle to Win & Both Teams to Score

Newcastle enter the weekend as the form team in the division, with five wins and a draw from their last six matches. That’s the same record as Arsenal, whose only dropped points in that time occurred at St Marys two weeks ago.

And although Southampton have only won once at home this season – it was against Chelsea, in fairness – every match has been close, with none settled by more than a single goal. Both teams scored in five of the six games, and only two clubs are ahead of the Magpies for seeing that happen in their matches on the road in 2022/23.

Newcastle had a decent record against the Saints even before they were rich. They won four of the last six meetings but only kept a clean sheet once. With Southampton having clear-cut chances in every home game this season they should score, but Newcastle will win.

2pm: West Ham v Crystal Palace – West Ham to Win & Gianluca Scamacca to Score Anytime

West Ham have made very light work of the Europa Conference League group stage, winning all six games. They might have been in Romania on Thursday night but David Moyes wisely held his big guns back for the visit of the Eagles. Their trip to Bucharest shouldn’t affect them here.

One of the players who wasn’t involved in midweek was Gianluca Scamacca. The former Sassuolo forward hasn’t scored in any of his last four Premier League appearances, though not for a lack of trying. He’s taken 13 shots in those games, 10 from inside the box, and amassed over one expected goal. Nobody else in our three games is more due a goal than Scamacca and he can end his barren run here.

Assuming he does, West Ham will have a good chance of winning. They’ve done that in their last three league matches at the London Stadium while conceding only once, while Crystal Palace have

three goals and no wins away from home this term. Round off your Bet Builder by adding a West Ham victory to the coupon.

Premier League Bet Builder tips:

2pm: Aston Villa v Man United – Man Utd to Win
2pm: Southampton v Newcastle – Newcastle to Win & Both Teams to Score
2pm: West Ham v Crystal Palace – West Ham to Win & Gianluca Scamacca to Score Anytime

A Multi-Match Bet Builder using these selections pays at approximately 28/1 with Paddy Power. CLICK HERE TO ADD IT TO YOUR BETSLIP.

All prices are bang up to date with our snazzy widgets, while odds in copy are accurate at time of publishing but subject to change.

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