🎰 Premier League betting: Five picks for Saturday
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🎰 Premier League betting: Five picks for Saturday

Get our football experts' best bets for Saturday's Premier League action.

Let's get right into our five picks on betPawa. Use our booking code FA1758D which auto-fills your slip. 

💰 Recommended bets

  • Arsenal HT/FT
  • Palace to beat vs Villa
  • Liverpool win to nil
  • Under 2.5 goals in Norwich vs Wolves
  • Under 2.5 goals in Brighton vs Leeds

Arsenal vs Newcastle

Arsenal has scored at least once in each of their last 17 Premier League matches against Newcastle United. The Gunners have opened the scoring in their last 16 against the Magpies, the longest run one team has had scoring first against another in the competition's history. A 4-0 thumping at Anfield aside, The Gunners have been one of the form teams in the division since the start of October.

Crystal Palace vs Aston Villa

A late flurry gave Villa a victory in Steven Gerrard's first game in charge, but they have their work cut out against a Palace side still unbeaten at Selhurst Park. The Eagles are a tough nut to crack, with their only two league defeats under Patrick Vieira coming against two of the top-three (W3, D7).

Liverpool vs Southampton

Liverpool’s last loss in a 3pm UK Saturday kickoff in the EPL was in February 2017, going 25 matches undefeated since (W22, D3). With Southampton losing at struggling Norwich last time out, The Reds may sense the opportunity for a comfortable win at fortress Anfield. 

Norwich vs Wolves

Bruno Lage has tidied up Wolves' act in a big way with three wins in their last five, a sequence of results that has lifted them to 6th. Despite Norwich winning their last two matches, they've still scored just seven goals all season and will struggle to break down an organized Wolves defensive unit. 

Brighton vs Leeds

Brighton is winless in seven EPL outings since a 2-1 success over Leicester all the way back on September 19th. They've drawn five of those matches, and five of them have produced under 2.5 goals, suggesting that graham Potter's side is falling back into their old ways of creating chances but failing to take them. All but one of the last nine competitive H2Hs has seen just one team score, and with both sides urgently needing a positive result, it promises to be a cagey afternoon. 

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