Football Tips: Tuesday night’s 12/1 Premier League Multi-Match Bet Builder

Football tipster Shane O'Brien's got five value picks for Tuesday night's football action.

7:45pm – Fulham v Everton
Fulham to have five or more Shots on Target

7:45pm – Luton v Brighton
Over 2.5 Goals
Luton to Commit 12 or more Fouls

8pm – Crystal Palace v Sheffield United
Both Teams to Score
Gustavo Hamer to Commit 2 or more Fouls

Fulham vs Everton

Premier League match at Craven Cottage, London, 7:45pm

Fulham to have five or more shots on target @ 5/6

It has been a difficult week for Fulham, with Marco Silva’s side bowing out of both the League Cup and the FA Cup in the space of three days while also losing the West London Derby against Chelsea a few days previously.

The Cottagers are without a win in four games in all competitions but have shown enough to suggest that they are capable of getting back to winning ways against a stuttering Everton side.

Everton looked to have turned the corner under Sean Dyche and seemed reasonably safe from relegation despite their ten-point deduction.

However, since winning four games on the trot in December, Everton have taken just one point from their last four games, in addition to losing at home to Luton in the FA Cup.

It seems to have been a penalty shootout defeat against Fulham in the League Cup quarter-final that kickstarted this slump, and it may continue at Craven Cottage on Tuesday night.

Fulham will certainly try to extend Everton’s miserable run.

Silva’s side attempted a minimum of 11 shots in their three recent games against Chelsea, Liverpool, and Newcastle and have averaged four shots on target in their last six games despite playing Arsenal, Liverpool (twice), Chelsea, and Newcastle.

They can expect to register far more shots on target against an Everton side that has faced 39 shots on target in their last six games.

Luton vs Brighton

Premier League match at Kenilworth Road, Luton, 7:45pm

Over 2.5 goals @ 6/10

Brighton have been one of the most exciting teams in the Premier League this season but have now recorded back-to-back goalless draws in the league after failing to keep a clean sheet in any of their opening 19 games.

However, their two FA Cup fixtures to date indicate that their recent goalless draws are a mere anomaly.

Brighton have progressed to the fifth round of the FA Cup courtesy of a 4-2 win at Stoke and a 5-2 win at Sheffield United.

Luton, meanwhile, have scored eight and conceded seven in their last five games against Premier League opposition and have only kept one league clean sheet all season.

There could be plenty of goals on Tuesday.

Luton to commit 12 or more fouls @ 8/11

Luton’s disciplinary record of 36 bookings and zero red cards is among the best disciplinary records in the Premier League. But their average foul count of 12 per game is among the highest in the league.

There is a very good chance that they at least match that average on Tuesday night against a Brighton side that happens to boast one of the highest averages in terms of fouls won.

Brighton draw an average of 12 fouls per game, the fifth-highest record in the division.

It is hardly surprising, considering they play an exciting brand of football and possess several fleet-footed attackers.

Luton make life difficult for their opponents at Kenilworth Road, and they are likely to do anything in their power to stop Brighton from building up a head of steam.

    Crystal Palace vs Sheffield United

    Premier League match at Selhurst Park, London, 7:45pm

    Both teams to score @ 19/20

    Palace have now drawn a blank in each of their last three games in all competitions but will be confident of ending that mini-drought against Sheffield United at Selhurst Park.

    Chris Wilder’s side boasts the worst defensive record in the Premier League, conceding 51 goals in their 21 league games to date.

    They have also conceded 11 goals in their last four games against Premier League opposition.

    At the other end, Sheffield United have scored seven goals in their last five games against Premier League opponents and have certainly improved going forward since Wilder took over.

    Gustavo Hamer to commit 2 fouls or more @ 10/11

    Tuesday’s game is a clash between a Palace side that has drawn the fourth-most fouls in the league this season and a Sheffield United side that has committed the fourth-highest number of fouls, so logic should dictate that the Blades leave Selhurst Park with a high foul count.

    Gustavo Hamer is arguably the most likely Sheffield United player to commit a foul on Tuesday.

    The Dutch midfielder averages 1.4 fouls per game from 18 starts this season and will be tasked with shackling the Palace midfield on Tuesday night.

    He is good value to commit at least two fouls.


    Fulham v Everton
    Fulham to have five or more Shots on Target

    Luton v Brighton
    Over 2.5 Goals
    Luton to Commit 12 or more Fouls

    Crystal Palace v Sheffield United
    Both Teams to Score
    Gustavo Hamer to Commit 2 or more Fouls

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