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EPL Best Bets Matchweek 13: Premier League Predictions & Bet Picks

5:40 AM GMT 21/10/2022
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With another round of fixtures upon us we have selected the three best bets from this weekend in the English Premier League

After Matchweek 12 in the Premier League, Arsenal still sits at the top of the table, with little things growing closer underneath.

Liverpool and Manchester United inched closer to the pack after their victories over Manchester City and Tottenham midweek. At the same time, Chelsea held on to their number four position after a draw with Brentford.

Let’s look at the current betting lines to find best bets and props for Matchweek 13 in the Premier League.

Matthew Williams' 2022-23 EPL Betting Record: 38-22 (+33.3 units)

Aston Villa vs Brentford Best Bet

➕ Brentford Wins & Both Teams Score (+475) at BetMGM

WAGER: 1 Unit

Aston Villa have been unable to get out of their own way recently, sitting near the bottom of the table with Steven Gerrard’s position as manager constantly in jeopardy. By the time you read this, he may have already been sacked.

Ivan Toney and the Cherries have been causing problems for opposing clubs all season long, and I expect that to continue this weekend at Villa Park.

Leeds vs Fulham Best Bet

➕ Draw & Both Teams Score (+333) at BetMGM

WAGER: 1 Unit

Leeds will host Fulham at Elland Road on Saturday in a relatively evenly-matched fixture.

The Cottagers are a different team when Aleksandar Mitrović is on the pitch, which should be enough to earn a draw on the road against Jesse Marsch and the side from Yorkshire.

That said, Fulham is among the bottom of the Premier League in conceded goals, so I expect both clubs to reach the back of the net.

Wolverhampton vs Leicester City Best Bet

➕ Wolverhampton Wins (+125) at BetMGM

WAGER: 1 Unit

Wolves and Leicester City currently sit in the relegation zone. However, Wolverhampton have looked dangerous during recent matches with the addition of Diego Costa.

The Foxes have conceded the most goals in the Premier League thus far, and I see no reason for that to change now. Bank on Wolves to take care of business at home.