EPL Bets for September 11, 2021

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Took a break last week from any soccer tips during the international break.

EPL is back now so I will be covering it again and looking forward to it.

I usually cover the Scottish Premier League as well but I am always a bit iffy following the international break, and there are a lot of English Premier League games anyway so this week I will just focus on the EPL.

Plus let’s be honest I’m more focused on NFL this weekend anyway! Nice to win the Cowboys +8.5 bet last night.

Here’s what I am betting this week:

EPL Bets: September 11, 2021

Crystal Palace Draw No Bet – 2.75 Odds.

To be honest I went into this one hoping to back the draw but Spurs weren’t as heavy favourites as I expected. They are without a couple of players as well and it wouldn’t shock me if Palace pull it off. Despite the Spurs 1-0 games, the Watford game was the only one where that really felt deserved.

I think it’s worth taking a shot on Palace winning, with the draw no bet option covering us at least if it goes to a draw.

Norwich or Draw at 2.62 odds

Just a pure value bet. It will not surprise me at all if Arsenal get back on track, and Aubameyang scores like 8. I just feel Arsenal are such heavy favourites based on rep more than anything else and I like little spots like this for value.

Brentford Draw No Bet at 1.83 odds

Brentford have a very low xGA and don’t allow many opportunities. This is easily their biggest game and hardest opponent so far but their manager seems to recognize it. Won’t surprise me if after a tight one, Brighton backdoor this. This is one where if it’s a draw and approaching the 85th minute mark, I’d be hovering over that “cash out” button if you have that option.

Over 2.5 Goals Southampton vs West Ham 1.72 odds

Confidence wise the rest of my plays would be 1u and this one would be 2u. Just have to back it based on results so far this season and the way both teams are playing.

Wolves To Win 2.30 odds if Jimenez Starts

One team who the break should help is Wolves. They had a brutal schedule to start, easier game here and with the break to revive morale etc I hope they can pull this one off.