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Football Betting Tips: 30th Nov & 1st Dec
by David Lenton
We recorded another very healthy profit of £59.00 on our tips last weekend, which continued our excellent form over the past couple of months.
The bookies must be sick of the sight of me at the moment, and that is precisely the way I like it!
We got the Man City v Chelsea and Sheffield United v Man Utd tips bang on the money last week and I am hoping that the good luck will continue in what is now a busy period for tips.
We have this weekend’s selection below but next week we also have a midweek selection of games, as well as games the following weekend, so do keep your eyes open for that extra set of tips for the midweek games.
Football Tips: Saturday 30th November
November 30, 2019
November 30, 2019
Burnley are 7th in the EPL table with 18 points from 13 games.
Palace are 13th in the table, with 15 points also from 13 games.
Burnley have lost the last three games against Palace (Scoring once, conceding 6)
Historically in this fixture, Burnley have 18 wins to Palace’s 12 with 17 games drawn.
Burnley have been clambering up the league for a few weeks now and after ending a run of three defeats a couple of weeks back, they have now won their last two games to move to seventh in the table and they also have a positive goal difference.
In contrast Palace have lost four of their last five and only picked up one point in that run of games, which has included some tough games to be fair to Roy Hodgson’s men. However, there is no doubt that the inconsistency which has dogged the Eagles for many years remains a problem. This Palace side have plenty of talent, they just seem to apply it hap-hazardly.
Turf Moor is a tough place to go and get a result usually for teams and although Palace have good recent record in this fixture, including winning both matches last season, I think Burnley have the quality in their squad to come through and claim their third win in succession.
These are the bottom two in the league, Saints 19th and Watford 20th.
Watford have scored the fewest goal sof any team in the EPL (8).
Southampton have the worst defensive record in the EPL (conceding 31 in 13 games)
Five of the last nine games between the teams have finished as a draw.
Southampton face arguably their best chance to save their season and make real strides away from the drop zone this week. They face both Watford and then Norwich, the two teams directly below and above them in the Premier League relegation zone, both at home over the next couple of games in what are now crucial matches for Ralph Hassenhuttl’s team.
Watford have won just once this season, but that was away at Norwich City and they will be desperate to land their second win on the road here against a fellow relegation rival. But it is fair to say that they don’t really appear to have the form to do that, though Troy Deeney’s return from injury should bolster their shot-shy attack.
Southampton should have beaten Arsenal last weekend and but for a last minute equaliser, and wasting a number of gilt-edged chances, they would have done. If they can sharpen up a little in front of goal for this one, then I think Watford are there for the taking, although given the defensive frailties of both teams, I can see both teams finding the net.
Arsenal are without a win in five Premier League games, seven games in total.
Norwich broke their losing streak last week with a 2-0 win away to Everton.
Arsenal have lost just one of the last 18 games between the teams (10 wins)
The Gunners have also won 9 of the last 12 matches between the two.
It has been a desperately poor run of form for Arsenal over their last five games, two defeats and three uninspiring draws have had Arsenal fans aplenty calling for Unai Emery’s head and there is no doubt that the Spaniard is under real pressure heading into this tricky away game against 18th placed Norwich City.
The Canaries ended a three-game losing streak at the weekend with a fine 2-0 win at Everton in what was a much-improved performance from Daniel Farke’s team. However, consistency is their real problem at the moment, and they would love to back that win on the road up, with another at home here.
The history records suggest this should be an Arsenal win. But I just feel that while I can see the Gunners scoring against a leaky Norwich back line, I feel the Gunners defensive woes are such that Norwich will expect to score too and I feel a draw may well be the outcome here, which won’t really help either team a great deal.
Wolves are unbeaten since Sep 9th in the EPL, 8 games, rising to 5th in the table.
Sheff Utd dropped to 6th in the table on Sunday after their 3-3 draw with Man Utd.
These two teams have drawn the most matches in the EPL, 7 for Wolves, 6 for Sheff Utd.
Both teams have picked up 9 points from their last 5 games (2 wins, 3 draws).
These two teams have been in superb form of late and it is very hard to pick a winner between them at Molineux this weekend. Wolves started the season slowly and were in the bottom three for a while, but no defeats in their last eight games has seen them rocket up the table over recent weeks into fifth.
Sheffield United too have been superb to lie just a point and one place behind them in sixth after an exciting 3-3 draw with Manchester United last weekend. Chris Wilder’s team has certainly been the most surprising aspect of this season, proving many doubters wrong with their performances so far.
Molineux is a tough place to go and this is a real clash of footballing styles but I think both teams have the ability to pick apart each other and while Wolves have home advantage, I just feel the Blades will do just enough to pick up what could be another vital point here.
David 'the Cheeky Punter' Lenton is an ex professional online sports bettor and trader with over 15 years of experience in the industry. He has also worked for a number of top bookmakers including Bet365, Ladbrokes, William Hill and Coral. With such a long time spent dedicated to the gambling industry no one is better placed when it comes to advising punters. Follow on Twitter @thecheekypunter