Premier League Betting Odds: 10/1 Saturday Footy Treble!

The search continues…

We’re back once again as we continue our search for the second Saturday treble of the season. We’ve come close several times, but last week the draws between Crystal Palace and Burnley, and Manchester United and Watford let us down.

As ever, (it’s becoming too regular for our liking), we dust ourselves down and go again.

Let’s see who we’ve gone for this weekend.

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Premier League Betting Odds


Burnley vs Chelsea

We’re starting at Turf Moor as Burnley welcome Chelsea.

Burnley’s recent form has been impressive, picking up seven points from three matches against Brighton, Spurs and Crystal Palace recently but they will enter this match off the back of a disappointing 2-0 home loss to Leicester City on Tuesday.

Sean Dyche’s side have only won three Premier League matches this season, which is the worst record in the division, but they have only lost four of their 12 games at Turf Moor.

Top four looks set for Chelsea but they’re 16 points off Manchester City at the top of the table, and that is not what they will have envisioned at the start of the campaign.

They’ll be disappointed to have lost the Carabao Cup on penalties last week, but they’re still in a commanding position in the Champions League.

The Blues have been impressive on their travels in the league this season, picking up 27 points from 13 matches, and they have never lost a Premier League match at Turf Moor.

Chelsea win at 1/2.


Newcastle United vs Brighton

Our second pick comes from St. James’ Park as Newcastle take on Brighton.

Newcastle’s hopes of Premier League survival have been handed an enormous boost due to a positive run of form, in which they have picked up 14 points from their last six games. This has seen them catapult from the foot of the table up to 14th place, four points above the relegation zone.

To put it into context, only Liverpool have picked up more points in the last six games.

On the other hand, while Newcastle were flying high in February, Brighton ended the month with three successive defeats without scoring.

With big games against Liverpool, Man City and Spurs on the horizon, this fixture looks to be Brighton’s most favourable for the foreseeable future, and they’ll be hoping to get a result and ensure they finish in the top half of the table.

Newcastle have not won any of their nine Premier League meetings against the Seagulls, but we think they end that poor run here.

Newcastle win at 9/5.


Wolves vs Crystal Palace

Our final pick comes from the Molineux as Wolves host Crystal Palace.

Wolves have gone under the radar a bit this season, slowly climbing the table and looking to be in with a chance of securing Champions League football for next season.

However, those hopes have been dealt a significant blow over the last week after they suffered back-to-back defeats in London away at Arsenal and West Ham United.

Bruno Lage’s men have now slipped out of the European places and down to eighth, seven points behind Manchester United in fourth with a game in hand on them.

Crystal Palace have made themselves difficult to beat in recent weeks, losing only one of their last seven games across all competitions.

However, in the Premier League they have won just one of their last eight, a 4-1 win at Watford being their only success since the turn of the year.

We think Wolves will fancy their chances of returning to winning ways here, against a team in the bottom half of the table.

Wolves win at 11/8.



Chelsea to beat Burnley

Newcastle to beat Brighton

Wolves to beat Crystal Palace

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Author: Paula Allen