World-class soccer is back with the kickoff to another entertaining English Premier League season - and while it'll be tough to top last year's Leicester City madness, there are still plenty of storylines impacting bettors.
Boxing Day is a big one on the Premier League calendar and Saturday is no different. Leicester City visit Liverpool as Jamie Vardy and the Foxes look to keep their storybook season going.
We're 13 rounds into the Premier League and Leicester is top of the table on 28 points. The Foxes face a stiff test this week with second placed Manchester United coming into town.Covers Expert Soccer Authority breaks down the biggest matches in the Premier League this weekend.Leicester (+225) vs.
Covers Expert Soccer Authority takes a look at some of the biggest matches on this weekend's Premier League schedule.Watford vs. Manchester UnitedWatford have been the surprise package this season and the relegation candidates are looking solid in 11th position with 4 wins, 4 Draws and 4 losses.Man United are also performing well and are only two points off the top spot in 4th position and are currently boasting the best defensive record in the league.
The Manchester Derby headlines a week in the Premier League fixture list filled with great matches. Covers' footy expert Soccer Authority breaks down what you need to know in four of the biggest games on the board.Arsenal vs. EvertonIn-form Arsenal will go top of the Barclays Premier League if they beat Everton at Emirates Stadium on Saturday.
The Premier League returns after the dreaded international break with many sub plots front and center. Chelsea will look to snap a dreadful run of results and Liverpool plays its first match under new manager Jurgen Klopp are just a couple of examples of what to expect.Covers Expert Soccer Authority breaks down what to look for in this weekend's Premier League schedule.Chelsea vs.
Some big rivalries highlight an action-packed weekend in the Barclays Premier League, including a new chapter in the storied Merseyside Derby.Covers Expert Soccer Authority breaks down what you need to know for three of the biggest matches in the Premier League.Chelsea v Southampton Chelsea have suffered yet another testing week and tomorrow they'll welcome a Southampton side who are four places above them in the BPL table.
Covers Expert Soccer Authority is back to dissect the weekend ahead in the Barclays Premier League which features Manchester City coming off a shocking loss to West Ham and visiting Tottenham Saturday.
The first five game weeks of the Premier League have been a roller coaster. Can Jose Mourinho and Chelsea right the ship at home versus Arsenal? Covers Expert Soccer Authority breaks this week's action.
The next round of Premier League fixtures is almost upon us. Covers Expert Soccer Authority breaks down what you need to know.
Manchester City heads into the international break with 12 points from its first four matches and has yet to concede a goal. Odds on the Citizens to win the Premier League title have moved to 1/2 from 5/6 one week ago at the Westgate LV Superbook following their 2-0 victory over Watford Saturday.The Citizens have outscored opponents 10-0 through their first four games.
Swansea gave Manchester United plenty of trouble in the 2014-15 campaign, but the Red Devils will be flying high after a midweek hat trick from Wayne Rooney against Club Brugge.
Following a Champions League hattrick against Club Brugge Wednesday, Manchester United star Wayne Rooney is 50/1 to trump his personal record of 27 Premier League goals in one season.Ben Stones of Ladbrokes said: "Rooney certainly showed he can play the number nine role in Belgium.
The lone Barclays Premier League match is a big one as Arsenal hosts Liverpool in a battle of two clubs with Champions League aspirations.Liverpool has a pair of wins from its first two games of the season and has yet to concede a goal. Arsenal, on the other hand, lost its first match to West Ham and then eked out a 2-1 victory over Crystal Palace last week.According to a spokesperson with Pinnacle Sports, the majority of bettors are backing Liverpool (69.3 percent) in spread markets, but substantial bets are coming in on the home team."?Liverpool opened at -122, however the price in now at +103, the best price available at any sports book," Pinnacle says.
It's early days, but Leicester City is flying with six points from its first two matches. Soccer Authority breaks down the Foxes' match with Tottenham Hotspur and more in this week's preview.
Chelsea entered the 2015-16 Premier League season as 3/2 favorites to win the title, but odds are on the move after starting the season with just one point from a possible six.The Blues dropped points in a 2-2 draw to Swansea in the opening week before being thumped 3-0 to Manchester City Sunday.
Soccer Authority takes a look at the Big 4 of the English Premier League, focusing on strengths, weaknesses, transfers in and out and where smart money should be during the new season.