matchday 6 bets
Luton Town vs. Wolverhampton
Pick: Wolves Moneyline (+115) & Over 2.5 goals (-110)
The Wolves will travel to Kenilworth Road Stadium in hopes of picking up three crucial points. Luton Town has yet to win a game, having lost all four matches, which is why I have chosen the Wolves to come away with a win. Despite the Wolves only having one win on their record, they have been competitive in their losses. Also, Luton Town is the second lowest-rated team in the league, possessing the ball a league-low 35.5 percent of the time and producing a league-low 2.2 shots on target per game.
As for the over-under, I predict there to be over 2.5 goals in this match. Both teams combined have a goal differential of - 14, proving they are susceptible to conceding goals. On top of that, Wolves Matches have gone over 2.5 goals in 50 percent of their matches, while Luton Town's matches have gone over the 2.5 goal mark 60 percent of the time, according to FCTables.com.
Burnley vs. Manchester United
Pick: Manchester United Moneyline (-135)
Despite all the drama and the lackluster start to the season for Manchester United, I feel this is a must-bet. This is an excellent spot for Manchester to bounce back after three straight losses. In their last five meetings, The Red Devils' have won four of the five, and drawing one, Burnley comes into this match as the lowest-rated team in the league with a goal differential of -8, according to WhoScored.com.
Arsenal vs. Tottenham
Pick: Over 3.5 goals (-105)
Fans are in for a treat as the North London Derby is set to take place on Sunday. The Gunners and the Spurs Come into the match undefeated, only separated by goal differential. Both teams are playing great football to start the season, which makes choosing a side difficult. Four out of the last five games have gone over three goals. Both teams have gone over 3.5 goals in half of their matches this season. I think there will be goals give me over 3.5.
Chelsea vs. Aston Villa
Pick: Aston Villa Double Chance (-110)
It is time for Chelsea supporters to ring the bells, sound the alarms and go into full panic mode. Chelsea continues to struggle to get points. They are now sitting in 14th place after a disappointing draw against Bournemouth. The Blues' ability to finish continues to plague them as they have only managed to score five goals in four games, three of which came in one game against one of the worst teams, Luton Town. Chelsea's 857.3 million shopping spree this past transfer window has proven to be a colossal failure, as they are currently sitting in a worse position than last year. Until Chelsea can right the ship, I will continue to fade them under the right circumstances. I like Villa to win straight up, but I will play it safe and take the double chance at -110.
Brighton vs Bournemouth
Pick: over 3.5 goals (-115)
The Seagulls have exceeded the 3.5 goals in all their games this season, while Bournemouth have surpassed the mark in 50 percent of their respective matches. Brighton has been one of the most efficient offensive teams this season as they are averaging the second most shots per game (17.7) and the most shots on target (8), and it has not been for nothing as they have scored a league-high 15 goals in five games. The Cherries allow the third most shots per game (17.8) and have allowed 11 goals to start the campaign. The over 3.5 goals in this match is the easiest bet to make for the week. This game screams over.