Simon Holden

Soccer/Golf specialist

 

Premier League Parlay Matches Played 20th & 21st November 

 

The Premier League returns this weekend after the oh so boring International Games break which are the best cure for Insomnia I have ever come across. These games are played on Saturday and Sunday and as well as the 4 game Parlay I will be doing them in doubles & trebles as well myself. Times given are UK Kick off times.

 

Saturday 20th 12.30 pm 

Chelsea to beat Leicester City – 125

 

Chelsea have wobbled lately but should have too much firepower for Leicester who look a team in decline. Their defense look like strangers currently and the players were openly squabbling during their last defeat. Never a good look just ask my wife!

 

Saturday 20th 3.00 pm 

Aston Villa v Brighton Draw +250

 

With Brighton having 6 draws in 7 games I did not have to consult Einstein for this wager. Villa welcome them having changed Manager to former Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard and he will expect his new team to show some fight. That might be enough to get a yes you guessed it with Brighton, a draw.

 

Saturday 20th 5.30 pm 

Arsenal to beat Liverpool +500

 

The Gunners arrive here on a 10 match unbeaten run and look the most improved team in the Premier League. This price is simply too big for me and though it will be far from easy they have to be the play. Liverpool were beaten at West Ham and looked sloppy at times.

 

Sunday 21st 4.30 pm 

Leeds Utd to beat Tottenham +370 

 

Tottenham have lost 5 games already this season and this will be their new manager Conte’s first home game. His instinct will be to defend and tighten up their defense and this may give Leeds the chance to attack. 

Let’s be clear Leeds defend as though blindfolded so their best hope of winning this is to attack and I take them to win a high scoring affair. Conte will fix Spurs but it will take him time.

 

Parlay all the pays  +17100.  

 

As always it is going to be quite a ride!

Simon Holden 

 

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