Betin Kenya Preview – Four value bets for this weekend

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The best tips from Spain and England this weekend!

This week the team at Betin Kenya have focused on these two exciting leagues for the best value tips.

If you want to place these bets as a multiple at odds of 7.94, use the code – T37NN

Chelsea vs Newcastle (1 – 1.26)
Rafa Benitez will be looking to come back to worry his former club when he takes his Newcastle United side to Stamford Bridge to take on Chelsea. The Blues are enjoying a four-match winning streak on home turf, and are clear favourites to extend that to five in a row by taking all three points in this one.

Brighton vs Liverpool  (Under 2.5 – 2.00)
Brighton and Hove Albion will have their fine home record put to the test this weekend when they play host to Liverpool at the Amex Stadium. However, goals have proven to be hard to come by in their home fixtures so far this season as just two of the eight matches played at Amex Stadium in all competitions have produced more than two goals.

Watford vs Tottenham Hotspur (1x – 2.10)
Tottenham Hotspur have been beaten in each of their last three Premier League fixtures away from home and have taken just four points from the last 15 available in the top flight, winning just one of their last six matches in domestic competition. Going by this, it will be a wild goose chase for Spurs to get maximum points at Vicarage Road.

Barcelona - Celta Vigo (GG – 2.08)
Barcelona aim to continue that extraordinary run on Saturday lunchtime when they welcome Celta Vigo to Catalonia and the Galicians' away form would suggest yet another victory for the Blaugrana. 24 goals have been scored in the last four meetings between these two sides, and with over 4.5 goals paying out in each of those games, backing a repeat looks interesting.

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