5 Best Bets for Wednesday’s Premier League Games


1. Sergio Aguero to score first vs Leicester at 3.65

Sergio Aguero is moving up through the gears since his return from injury and, when he reaches his best, few can match his predatory instincts in the Premier League. The Argentine has been involved in five goals (three goals, two assists) in City’s last three Premier League games and he’s the best man to bet as first goalscorer at 3.65 against lowly Leicester.

 

2. Olivier Giroud to score any time vs QPR at 2.08

Arsenal v Everton - Premier League : News Photo

Olivier Giroud was woeful against Monaco, missing a host of glaring chances as Arsenal’s Champions League hopes disappeared in front of their eyes. But Giroud bounced back with the first goal in Arsenal’s 2-0 win over Everton on Sunday and, despite his Monaco nightmare, now has four goals in his last four games. Back the Frenchman to score any time at Loftus Road at 2.08.

 

3. Sakho to score with a header vs Chelsea at 10.00

Tottenham Hotspur v West Ham United - Premier League : News Photo

West Ham have scored more headed goals than any other team this season, with Sam Allardyce’s tactics coming to fruition this season. Their main man in attack this season has been the superb Diafra Sakro, who is most likely to be reaching those crosses from the wings. Back him to score a header at 10.00.

 

4. Chelsea to beat West Ham at 1.57

Chelsea v Tottenham Hotspur - Capital One Cup Final : News Photo

Jose Mourinho has never lost a Premier League game to West Ham, who have only managed to beat the Blues once in their last 17 meetings. Fresh from their Capital One Cup win over Spurs at Wembley, expect Chelsea to take that form to West Ham and maintain their sustained success over the East Londoners. Back Chelsea to win at 1.57.

 

5. Stoke and Everton to draw at 3.25

Everton v Stoke City - Premier League : News Photo

Everton are on a miserable run of form that has seen them sink to 14th in the table and become dangerously close to the relegation fight below them. They face a tough game at Stoke, who are unbeaten in five home league meetings with Everton, although four of those were draws. The sensible option is to back another draw here at 3.25.

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