Spurs vs Wolves, Bournemouth vs Arsenal & More

EPL Team Total Odds - Over/Under Picks for Man U, Tottenham & More

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Harry Kane of Tottenham Hotspur celebrates his goal 1-2 with Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg during the English championship Premier League football match between Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur on February 19, 2022 at Etihad Stadium in Manchester, England. (Photo by Colorsport/DPPI/Icon Sportswire)

It is Matchday 3 of the 2022-23 EPL this weekend with games on Saturday, Sunday, and Monday
Man City are, as ever, the early pacesetters but are joined at the top of the table by Arsenal
We list the odds for all ten games and preview three, offering our best picks

The English Premier League Matchday 3 takes place this weekend. Six games take place on Saturday, three on Sunday, and the final game, Manchester United vs Liverpool, on Monday and so we offer below our Premier League picks.

Unsurprisingly, Manchester City are the early leaders, with two wins from two, but joining them on maximum points are Arsenal.

We list all of the odds below and preview three games that could offer some potential value.

Premier League Odds Matchday 3

Tottenham Hotspur vs Wolverhampton Wanderers
Leicester City vs Southampton
Crystal Palace vs Aston Villa
Everton vs Nottingham Forest
Fulham vs Brentford
Bournemouth vs Arsenal
Leeds United vs Chelsea
West Ham United vs Brighton & Hove Albion
Newcastle United vs Manchester City
Manchester United vs Liverpool

Odds as of Aug 19 at Caesars Sportsbook. Use this Caesars Sportsbook promo code to bet on EPL and other leagues.

Man City, as always, start with the shortest odds of the weekend at -265 to win away at Newcastle, with a $10 stake winning (including the winning stake) just $13.80. At the opposite end of the spectrum, both Newcastle and Wolves (who visit Tottenham) are pitched at +750, which pays $85 for the same stake.

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Tottenham Hotspur vs Wolverhampton Wanderers Prediction

Spurs emerged with a point from the latest ‘Battle of the Bridge‘ last Sunday – a game in which they were second best for long spells but which was most notable for its feistiness and two clashes between the two managers. Given that they were behind twice, it was a point gained for Spurs and kept them ticking along nicely after their opening day win over Southampton.

Pre-Wolves prep ✅

🛵 @Getir_UK pic.twitter.com/r7thM6Lhx1

— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) August 19, 2022

For Wolves, it has been a tough start. A 2-1 defeat on opening day at Elland Road against Leeds was doubly disappointing as they had taken an early lead through Daniel Podence, and although they picked up a point at home to Fulham in game 2, they were lucky as the Cottagers’ Aleksandar Mitrovic missed a late penalty.

The pack 🐺 pic.twitter.com/MkYrW5dwLZ

— Wolves (@Wolves) August 19, 2022

A Spurs win looks the obvious bet here and with Richarlison making an impact at Stamford Bridge they have added another dimension to their attack. Wolves though will have a fresh look with Joao Moutinho fit again and a possible start for new signing, Matheus Nunes and so will be keen to clear their heads after a slow start. There’s value here in the draw with Wolves almost certain to keep it a tight, few-chances type game.

Pick: Spurs and Wolves to draw (+375).

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Leicester City vs Southampton Prediction

Leicester opens the day in 15th place in the EPL table after picking up just a single point from their two games. On opening day, they squandered a two-goal lead at home to Brentford, with the Bees scoring two second-half goals to level things.

More #PL action 🔜#LEISOU pic.twitter.com/4ND1xjoo3D

— Leicester City (@LCFC) August 18, 2022

The Foxes followed this up with a 4-2 defeat away at Arsenal, and with rumors of some big-name players departing before the transfer window closes, these are worrying times for Leicester fans. The Saints have also had a tricky start and they too are winless and have just one point. An opening day thrashing at Spurs (4-2) was followed by a 2-2 draw at home with Leeds.

Working towards MD3 💪 pic.twitter.com/qjbaZbD8Ix

— Southampton FC (@SouthamptonFC) August 18, 2022

Worth noting here is that Southampton’s 2-2 draw last weekend was achieved, unlike Leicester’s against Brentford, from being 2-0 down. This may give them enough momentum to go on and win this game.

Pick: Southampton to win (+295).

Bournemouth vs Arsenal Prediction

Newly-promoted Bournemouth had a tough afternoon at the Etihad last weekend, losing 4-0, but they won’t be the last team to suffer away at Man City. Of more relevance is their opening day win at home over Aston Villa, in which they performed to a high level.

Ready for action 👊

— AFC Bournemouth 🍒 (@afcbournemouth) August 19, 2022

While Arsenal have made a flying start to the EPL, the Vitality Stadium is a tough place to go, and, as odd as it may seem, this could well be their toughest test so far. The Cherries will write off events at the Etihad and try to find that same rhythm that saw them beat Villa.

This team 😍

Playing 𝘁𝗼𝗴𝗲𝘁𝗵𝗲𝗿. Celebrating 𝘁𝗼𝗴𝗲𝘁𝗵𝗲𝗿. Winning 𝘁𝗼𝗴𝗲𝘁𝗵𝗲𝗿. pic.twitter.com/Nvs2hgtKNJ

— Arsenal (@Arsenal) August 15, 2022

As a result, I’m going bold here and predicting a hiccup for the Gunners and a surprise, narrow win for Bournemouth at a tempting +675.

Premier League Pick: Bournemouth to win (+675).

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Once just a sports fanatic, fan-turned-writer Gary Gowers has been featured on European television and radio networks to discuss several professional football clubs. His work can be found in an assortment of publications like The Metro, MyFootballWriter.com, and BBC Radio Norfolk.


Once just a sports fanatic, fan-turned-writer Gary Gowers has been featured on European television and radio networks to discuss several professional football clubs. His work can be found in an assortment of publications like The Metro, MyFootballWriter.com, and BBC Radio Norfolk.

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