We have another exciting weekend of Premier League soccer action to enjoy this week and with a number of exciting games to follow, I have decided to bring you my bet football tips for the matches taking place over the weekend.

Chief amongst them are the games on Sunday that see Chelsea host league leaders Arsenal at Stamford Bridge and then later on Sunday afternoon, Tottenham will take on Liverpool at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in what is now a must-win game for both teams.

However, there are a host of other intriguing matches too across Saturday and Sunday and with that in mind, I decided to bring you some of my top betting tips for the weekend in the hope of landing a few winners.

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Let’s first take a look at how the current Premier League table stands:

Premier League Table – 4th November 2022

Premier League Factfile

  • Top Goalscorer – Erling Haaland (Manchester City) – 17 goals
  • Top Assists – Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City) – 9 assists
  • Most Yellow Cards – Anthony Gordon (Everton), Ruben Neves (Wolves) – 6
  • Most Goals Scored – Manchester City – 37 in 12 games
  • Fewest Goals Scored – Wolves (6 in 13 games)
  • Most Goals Conceded – Nottingham Forest & Bournemouth – 28 in 13 games
  • Fewest Goals Conceded – Newcastle United (10 in 13 games)
  • Biggest Win – Liverpool 9-0 Bournemouth
  • Most Wins – Arsenal (10 from 12 games)
  • Fewest Wins – Nottingham Forest & Wolves (2 from 13 games)
  • Most Draws – Brentford (6 from 13 games)
  • Fewest Draws – Arsenal (1 from 12 games)
  • Most Defeats – Nottingham Forest & Leicester City (8 from 13 games)
  • Fewest Defeats – Newcastle United  (1 from 13 games)
  • Total Matches Played – 126
  • Goals Scored In Total – 353
  • Average Goals Per Game – 2.80
  • Games with fewer than 3 goals – 60 (48%)
  • Games with more than 3 goals – 66 (52%)
  • Most Common Scoreline – 2-1 (14 occasions)
  • Home Wins – 64 (51%)
  • Draws – 33 (26%)
  • Away Wins – 29 (23%)
  • Most Yellow Cards – Everton, Nottingham Forest – 32 in 13 games
  • Most Red Cards – Wolves – 2 red cards in 13 games
  • Most Own Goals – Brighton – 3 own goals in 12 games

Premier League Weekend Fixtures – 5th & 6th November

Saturday 5th November

Leeds United v Bournemouth

Two teams that have suffered with erratic form this season. Leeds come into the game on the back of a fantastic 2-1 win at Anfield last weekend, which should give them real confidence heading into this game against a Bournemouth side that have lost their last three.

Top Tip – Leeds United to win and both teams to score – 12/5

Manchester City v Fulham

Manchester City come into the game having won all six home games in the Premier League this season. Fulham though have surprised many to lie 8th in the table but I can’t see the Londoners being able to crack the code to land anything here. This should be a very comfortable win for the home side.

Top Tip – Correct Score – Manchester City 4-0 Fulham – 9/1

Nottingham Forest v Brentford

Forest beat Liverpool at home last time out at the City Ground, but they were well beaten by Newcastle last time out and Brentford won’t provide easy opponents here. The Bees have not won in four games though and with Ivan Toney suspended for this game, they would probably take a point here which is what I feel they will get.

Top Tip – Draw – 23/10

Wolverhampton Wanderers v Brighton

Wolves have really struggled for goals this season and with no sign of an incoming manager just yet, they will face a Brighton side that is back in form after their stunning 4-1 win over Chelsea last weekend. That was a huge result for the Seagulls and it means that I cannot back against them landing the win here against a struggling Molineux outfit.

Top TipBet Boost Tip – Brighton to win, Leandro Trossard & Alexis Mac Allister both over 0.5 shots on target in the match – 4/1.

Everton v Leicester City

Two teams that have started to find a bit of form of late after a very sticky start to the season, especially or Leicester. That said, the Foxes still score plenty of goals, they are just conceding far too many. Everton are the opposite, don’t score too many but solid defensively and when two teams match up like that, a close game usually ensues.

Top Tip – Draw – 12/5

Sunday 6th November

Chelsea v Arsenal

What a game this promises to be as two London giants clash at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea have won just one of the last six against Arsenal and the Gunners are in better form than their rivals this season and sit at the top of the Premier League. This is a huge test for them here though and with Chelsea having a little extra time to recover from midweek, I think they will get something here, although I do feel it will just be a point.

Top Tip – Correct Score – Chelsea 1-1 Arsenal – 6/1.

Aston Villa v Manchester United

There was a time when this game would have been between the top two in the Premier League, but things have changed somewhat. Villa are looking for some kind of return to form but were well beaten last time out away from home, although their home form isn’t too bad. United’s form is much improved of late and I think they will get the job done here.

Top Tip – Manchester United to win and both teams to score – 3/1.

Southampton v Newcastle United

Newcastle United have one of the best records of all teams in 2022 and it is no surprise to see Eddie Howe’s team in the top four after a superb season that has seen them lost just once. Southampton’s form has been far more erratic and while they have picked up wins, their lack of consistency and home form is a worry for me here. As such, I can see a Newcastle win in this one.

Top Tip – Newcastle United to win to nil – 12/5

West Ham United v Crystal Palace

The second London derby of the weekend sees West Ham taking on Palace. David Moyes team were unlucky to lose 1-0 at Old Trafford last week, but their recent form has generally been much improved after a slow start. Palace have picked up wins but have not been very consistent though their mid-table spot is indicative of better performances. This one will be close.

Top Tip – Correct Score – West Ham to win 1-0 – 6/1

Tottenham Hotspurs v Liverpool

Can Liverpool land their first win of the season on the road in the Premier League? Both teams landed crucial wins in the Champions League in midweek and they will come into this game in good spirits. Liverpool’s record against Spurs of late though isn’t great with a lot of drawn games and I feel that may well end up being the case here too.

Top Tip –Correct Score – Tottenham 1-1 Liverpool – 13/2