Saturday English Premier League Predictions: +1460 four-game parlay picks
The EPL action is stopping for no one at the moment and there are five match-ups on Saturday, including key local matches between Wolves and West Brom, as well as Fulham and Chelsea.
We’ve picked out a four-game parlay to hopefully see you right through the day of Premier League action. Be sure to check out the rest of our Premier League soccer predictions and remember to gamble responsibly.
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Wolves vs. West Brom – Under 2.5 goals (-157), 7:30 a.m ET
West Brom is struggling against relegation and needs to recover from a 5-0 home loss to Leeds and a 4-0 defeat to Arsenal.
But if they can find the effort that earned a 1-1 tie at the home of champions Liverpool, they can keep the goals down when they visit neighbors Wolves.
The home team has won just one of its eight match-ups since losing striker Raul Jimenez to a head injury and may not have the shooting power to make a mark.
West Ham to beat Burnley – Money line (-122), 10 a.m ET
West Ham only kept its place in the EPL in the final few games of last season, but the Hammers have shown a lot of improvement this time.
A place in next season’s Europa League will be the aim this season and the London club has lost just two of its last 15 matches, and those came against Chelsea and Manchester United.
Burnley looks in for a season of struggle and Sean Dyche’s team has won just one of its last eight road matches, so go with another defeat at the London Stadium.
— West Ham United (@WestHam) January 11, 2021
Fulham to win or tie vs. Chelsea – Double chance (+155), 12:30 p.m ET
The pressure is on Chelsea coach Frank Lampard to get his team going and this could be a tricky local match against improving Fulham.
Chelsea has won just one of its last six games and star striker Timo Werner has not scored a goal in his last nine Premier League matches.
Scott Parker’s team was promoted at the end of last season and has tied its last five matches. A 1-1 at Tottenham on Wednesday was a deserved result, and Fulham can get something on its home ground here.
Southampton to win or tie vs. Leicester – Double chance (+105), 3 p.m ET
The final match of the day should be an entertaining one and Southampton can get at least a point from its trip to the King Power Stadium.
Leicester just missed out on a top-four finish to last season and have started well this time, losing just one of its last seven matches.
But Southampton has proved to be equal to any EPL team this season, as it showed when beating champions Liverpool in its last game, and Ralph Hasenhuttl’s team should be confident enough to earn another good result.