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Premier League Betting: Everton, Chelsea and goals galore in this weekend's treble

11:10 BST 15/08/2018
Richarlison Wolves Everton
Ahead of this weekend's action in the top flight, we took a look at some of the shorter prices available and created an 11/2 treble worth considering

The opening weekend of the Premier League is in the books and now attentions can turn to this Saturday’s games.

It is set to be a tasty weekend of matches with a pair of Midlands rivals set to face off and a London derby in the evening, which should keep the appetites of bettors alive throughout the day.

Ahead of the fixtures, we have found a treble that pays out at just over 11/2 (6.50) with bet365.

Leicester City vs Wolves both teams to score – 10/11 (1.91)

Both of these sides scored and conceded last weekend, a trend that looks set to continue on Saturday afternoon.

This bet would have landed in 24 of the Foxes’ Premier League matches last season – the most of any team – and the 116 goals seen in their matches was the fourth most in the league.

Of course, Wolves will be determined to get on the scoresheet too after doing so twice last week against Everton and netting 82 times in the Championship last term.

Everton to beat Southampton – 19/20 (1.95)

It’s staggering that Everton are only a shade of odds on to beat the Saints at home.

The Toffees played for an hour with 10 men at Wolves last Saturday and still came away with a 2-2 draw thanks to a brace from £35 million man Richarlison, who could be fit to play despite limping off at Molineux.

Southampton, meanwhile, mustered just three shots on goal in a 0-0 stalemate at home to a Burnley side coming off a Europa League match just three days before and could be in for a difficult campaign.

Chelsea to beat Arsenal – 4/5 (1.80)

Whilst the 4/5 (1.80) price may be a bit short for some punters, putting Chelsea to win into an acca makes perfect sense.

Although Arsenal have a good record in cup matches against the Blues recently, they have not won at Stamford Bridge since 2011 and it is difficult to see that trend stopping here.

Unai Emery is still trying to implement his philosophy at the club and after managing a mere three shots on target at home to Manchester City last week, there is little to suggest the Gunners can claim a famous win here.

Odds correct at the time of writing. Please gamble responsibly.