Saturday offers six matches in the Premier League and our bookmaker has placed multiple value six-legged bets.
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Brentford vs Southampton
Brentford have kept two clean sheets in each of their last three matches at home in the Premier League. They could become only the fourth team to score a closing in four consecutive home games this season after Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City.
🧠 Tip: Brentford won with nothing
Burnley vs Aston Villa
Burnley are looking to claim their fourth consecutive Premier League win for the first time since April 2018, when they racked up five wins. They have earned as many points in their four matches under Mike Jackson as they have earned in the previous 10 points under Shawn Daecky (10 points).
👋 Tip: Burnley win
Chelsea vs Wolves
Mason Mount is Chelsea’s top scorer (10) and assistant (9) in the Premier League this season, with only Mohamed Salah scoring double figures for both goals and assists so far this season. Mount could become the fifth different player at Chelsea to reach 10+ for both in a single EPL campaign, after Frank Lampard (x4), Didier Drogba (x3), Juan Mata (2012-13) and Eden Hazard (2018-19). Mount was the last current Chelsea player to score against Wolverhampton.
🧠 Tip: Mason Mount to score at any time
Crystal Palace vs Watford
Watford are facing their fourth relegation from the Premier League. They would become the sixth different team to be relegated from the competition on four or more occasions, after Norwich City (six), West Bromwich Albion (five) and Crystal Palace, Middlesbrough and Sunderland (four).
🧠 Tip: Crystal Palace scored in both halves
Brighton vs Man United
Cristiano Ronaldo scored 18 goals in 29 Premier League games for Manchester United in 2021-22, the same number he scored in his final season with the club before leaving for Real Madrid (18 in 33 games in 2008-09). The last player to score over 18 in a Premier League season for the Red Devils was Robin van Persie in 2012-13 (26).
🧠 Tip: Cristiano Ronaldo scores first
Liverpool vs Tottenham
Liverpool vs Tottenham is the second highest match in the history of the Premier League (170 goals in 59 matches), while it has received more penalties than any other match in the competition (23). Liverpool have seen 12 of their 14 home wins in the Premier League this season, with a margin of two or more goals.
🧠 Tip: Over 3.5 goals