Published on August 21st, 2015 | by Sportingly Better Tipster0
Premier League Tips – 22-24 August
Both teams scoring at Selhurst Park last weekend, left profit stakes standing at 1.54 points from level stakes after two rounds of fixtures.
Premier League tips from Swansea’s trip to the Stadium of Light and Manchester United’s game against Newcastle provide all the betting action this weekend.
Premier League Betting Tips
Sunderland (3.90) v Swansea (2.10); Draw (3.40)
It spells trouble when you’re already having crisis talks after just two matches into the season, but that’s exactly what Dick Advocaat has had to face at Sunderland.
The Dutchman must be regretting taking on the job for another season, when he quite easily could’ve walked away after saving the club from relegation last year.
Swansea make the trip from Wales to the North-East and the Swans will be full of confidence after drawing against champions Chelsea on the opening day of the season and beating Newcastle United 2-0 last weekend.
Gary Monk is doing an incredible job at Swansea City and guided them to their highest ever Premier League finish last year. A shrewd acquisition with Andre Ayew who has scored 2 in 2 since joining from Marseille and the Ghanaian international has formed a solid partnership with Bafetimbi Gomis and Jefferson Montero.
Sunderland have lost by two goals in games against both Norwich City and Leicester City, who exposed Sunderland’s evident weakness.
Sunderland fans will be desperately concerned at their opening two showings and with the club having not beaten Swansea in any of their last six attempts, expect the Black Cats woes to continue.
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Swansea to win @2.10
Manchester United (1.36) v Newcastle (10.00); Draw (5.25)
Louis Van Gaal has enjoyed a much better start to the season than he did in his debut season last year, with two 1-0 victories and a slightly more comprehensive victory over Club Brugge in the Champions League this week.
The Red Devils haven’t quite got their foot firmly on the pedal yet, but the club will take courage from Memphis performance against the Belgian side in his favoured left-wing position. Wayne Rooney has promised goals, but movements towards recruiting a forward must still be high on Louis van Gaal’s wishlist, after missing out on Barcelona player Pedro.
Opponents Newcastle slumped to a 2-0 defeat against Swansea City last weekend, whilst full back Daryl Janmaat will miss the match on Saturday after being sent off against the Welsh side.
United have been solid defensively in the Premier League and Newcastle have showing nothing to me that they’ll cause the opposition rear guard too much trouble at Old Trafford.
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Manchester United -1 Asian Handicap @1.55
Premier League Betting 2015/16 Profit/Loss (1pt each bet) Wagered: 4pts Returned: 5.54pts P/L: +1.54pts
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