English Premier League Gameweek 5 Betting Tips (Midweek Fixtures)

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The following are betting tips for selected fixtures in Gameweek 5 of the 2022/23 English Premier League.

Where two or more options are provided for the same tip, pick the one that best suits your risk appetite.

My best bets each week are published on AusSportsTipping.com.

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Fulham vs. Brighton

 

Brighton +0.5 at 1.35 (bet365, Unibet)

Spanning this season and the last, Brighton bring a nine-game unbeaten streak into this clash. They have only conceded one goal in four games this season, and that was in the opening round at Old Trafford.

Leeds vs. Everton

 

Leeds +0.5 at 1.34 (Unibet)

Leeds have gone 7-5-1 as the favourite over the last twelve months while Everton have gone 1-4-14 away from home. Leeds have only lost one of their last six games spanning this season and the last, while Everton are on a five-game winless run. Leeds have won both home games so far this season by a combined 5 goals to 1. Anthony Gordon’s goal helped Everton secure a draw against Brentford over the weekend, but he’s currently the subject of intense transfer interest from Chelsea.

Arsenal vs. Aston Villa

 

Arsenal in the head-to-head at 1.45 (Moneyball)

Spanning this season and the last, Arsenal bring 8-0-2 form into this clash and they have won each of their last five games as well as each of their last five home fixtures. Over the last twelve months Arsenal have gone 15-2-1 as the home favourite. Aston Villa are out of sorts at the moment. They have lost four of their last five games as well as each of their last three away games. Villa have gone 3-0-8 as the away underdog over the last twelve months. Arsenal completed the double over Aston Villa last season and the Gunners have progressed since then, while Villa’s form has declined. So far this season Aston Villa have lost 2-0 away to Bournemouth and 3-1 away to Crystal Palace – two clubs that are below Arsenal’s level.

 

Author: Ken Sutton