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4 Sterling Bet Options In The Premier League This Season

The Cityzens were the biggest winners of gameweek 21
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The English Premier League is the most watched club competition in the world- the grit, talents, quality of play and coaching make it what it is.

Three English clubs featured in the finals of last season’s European competitions; Manchester City and Chelsea in the UEFA Champions League, Manchester United in the Europa League.

The Cityzens are the defending champions of the league after a long winning streak in 2021. At the start of last year, they were in eighth position. However, after 13 straight wins from January to March, Pep Guardiola’s men had risen to the top.

Not much has changed this season. Except that the Champions already seem guaranteed even before February. They lead the second placed team, Chelsea with 10 points.

It goes without saying that the Premier League is a great hunting ground for punters. After 21 game weeks, some betting patterns have become even more obvious.

Here are four bet options to help punters cash out this season:

Arsenal To Win At Home

Yes, Arsenal.

Mikel Arteta’s men have made vast improvements this season. From finishing in eighth position last season, the Gunners now sit in fourth position and the football is good, too.

The Gunners have been brilliant this season

While they have struggled to defeat the top-six teams, they have eased past the bottom 10 teams, winning 11 matches.

Even with the inconsistencies of Captain, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Bukayo Saka has continued to impress this season. Emile Smith-Rowe who has been given more responsibility and the jersey number 10 has also been outstanding.

The London team has won seven out of nine matches at the Emirates. This is a fantastic bet option for punters and will expectedly deliver great returns, especially in matches against the bottom sides.

Under 3.5 Goals In Matches Involving Wolves

Without being one of the highest scoring sides in the Premier League, Wolverhampton Wanderers lie comfortably in eighth place.

Indeed, they have scored the least number of goals (14) apart from Norwich who are placed last on the table.

The start of the season held very little in terms of optimism, especially with Nuno Espirito Santo making the move to Tottenham. Striker, Raul Jimenez was only just coming back from a long injury layoff, too.

Wolves barely concede

However, Bruno Lage has come in and found a way to stabilise the side. After a slow start which saw them lose their first three matches, they have now won eight league matches.

Particularly fascinating is the extreme change in philosophy- from possession-based under the previous manager to  a more defensive outlook. Wolves has the second-best defence behind Manchester City.

In 19 matches played so far, Lage’s men have recorded 18 under 3.5 margins.

Over 1.5 Goals In Matches Involving Crystal Palace

Roy Hodgson left his position as manager of Crystal Palace and also retired from the sport. Patrick Viera replaced him and it remained to be seen how he would fare in England. He had underperformed at Ligue 1 club, Nice.

However, midway through the season, the Londoners have been decent, sitting pretty in 11th place.

Crystal Palace score and concede in equal measure

Although the Frenchman began slowly, the addition of Michael Olise and Oddsone Édouard has proven key. In truth, they have been unlucky at times.

Viera’s men look almost sure to score in every match. This season, they have failed to score in only five matches.

The Eagles have recorded 18 over 1.5 matches in the Premier League this season. This option looks sure to deliver fantastic rewards to smart punters.

Goal/Goal In Matches Involving West Ham

It is absolutely remarkable the job David Moyes has done, and not just for West Ham.

After an ugly spell at Manchester United, his career seemed headed for the bottom. Yet, he has managed to evolve with the times and become one of the finest coaches in the country.

The club had also faced some tumultuous seasons, especially with the construction of the new stadium. Those times seem far gone.

The Hammers have a knack for scoring on the break

Moyes’ men now have high hopes each season and so do the fans. They sit in fifth position, one point behind Arsenal in the race for the top four. Indeed, they came just as close last season until the final stretch.

The Hammers tend to favour effectiveness over effervescence. They remain one of the best counter-attacking sides with  quick players like Michail Antonio and Jarod Bowen.

Both teams have scored in 15 matches involving West Ham this season. Hence, this is a particularly safe option for punters interested in the Premier League.