Betting Preview – Exclusive Betin Kenya Preview

After a hectic midweek schedule in Europe, the weekend fixtures present new betting opportunities and Betin Kenya are taking a detailed look

Select single bets from the list below or use the code RBPJC to go for this 5-leg multiple!


Southampton vs West Brom (X2 – 1.95)
West Brom have been leading in the last 10 minutes of their last 2 games before late goals meant they had to settle for a draw, so their overall performances lately have been positive. They look to be a more settled side than the Saints, and their defensive solidity coupled with Southampton’s inconsistent performances recently means double chance for the Baggies is a good value bet.


Tottenham vs Liverpool (1X – 1.30)
Both sides are coming off the back of very positive results in Europe, however Tottenham’s deserved draw against the Champions League holders at the Bernabeu is more of a statement than Liverpool’s drubbing of Maribor. Tottenham get the edge in our predictions here due to the defensive solidity they showed in midweek. Liverpool’s ability to hurt the Spurs will be limited without Sadio Mane, and therefore we can’t see the home side losing.


Napoli vs Inter (Over 2.5 – 1.50)
Napoli are leading the pack in Serie A, and playing some magnificent football in the process, scoring 26 goals in just 8 games. However just two points behind them in 2nd place lie Inter, and after their brilliant 3-2 derby win last week against AC Milan, they will feel confident of surprising Napoli. With all this being considered over 2.5 goals seems a good bet.

Chelsea vs Watford (1 – 1.30)
Just when it appeared that Chelsea were getting their season up and running after an amazing Champions League win away to Atletico, they have looked quite poor in their last 2 league games, losing to Man City at home and lowly Crystal Palace away. While they also looked poor against Roma last night, labouring to an undeserved 3-3 draw. However with Morata back as striker, one would expect a big reaction here and we would back the home win even against a resurgent Watford.

Huddersfield vs Manchester United (2 – 1.35)
After a much maligned performance away to Liverpool the Red Devils have a chance to respond by displaying more of their attacking intent against Huddersfield. Mourinho will demand a response from his players, and with their cross city rivals Man City in great form, they need a win to keep the pressure on. We believe they should get it.

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