Saturday English Premier League Predictions: +880 three-game parlay picks
Manchester United are back in Premier League action on Saturday and will be feeling on top of the world (even if they aren’t on top of the league) after crushing Southampton 9-0.
United host Everton while poor Southampton is on the road again, this time hoping it will be a lot closer and that their defense behaves better at Newcastle.
These are two of five games on the Saturday Premier League card, and we’ve put together a three-game parlay to enhance your excitement for all the action. Check out the rest of our soccer predictions and remember to gamble responsibly.
A parlay of three EPL predictions can land a big winning ticket, paying odds of +880 with FanDuel Sportsbook — almost 9/1.
Newcastle to beat Southampton – Money Line (+200), 10 a.m ET
Sorry Southampton had two men ejected at Manchester United on Tuesday night which helps to explain why they lost – but to lose 9-0 is just embarrassing. That’s only the third time a team has lost 9-0 in Premier League history – and Southampton was one of the other two as well.
There will be no 9-0 scorelines at Newcastle (at least there shouldn’t be anyway!) but Southampton is going to struggle again with a lot of players either injured or suspended.
The Saints have been sinners for several weeks now – they’ve won just one of their last nine Premier League games – while Newcastle might just be coming to life.
Winners 2-0 on the road against Everton last Saturday, Newcastle looked really sharp and they’ve got a striker in Callum Wilson (two goals, two assists in his last three games) who will love going up against this Southampton defense.
What a header! 💥
The swivel, the power, the precision. All superb from Callum Wilson 🙌
A BIG goal for the Toon Army! pic.twitter.com/LoQen5ux4H
— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) January 30, 2021
West Ham to beat Fulham – Money Line (+110), 12:30 p.m ET
Scott Parker, the Fulham head coach, said this week that he knows people think he’s mad for saying it, but he’s still convinced his side can stay in the Premier League.
First things first, Parker’s not mad — just a little misguided. The bottom line is that Fulham probably is going to be relegated into the Championship because they cannot buy a win and are getting tailed off in the bottom three, and it’s the bottom three who go down at the end of the season.
It is looking bleak for Fulham but it isn’t for West Ham, who have won five of their last six and each of their last three road games. This isn’t much of a trip (both teams are in London) and West Ham can take care of business here.
Manchester United to beat Everton – Money Line (-180), 3 p.m ET
Manchester United and Everton star in the late game at Old Trafford where the home team should be too strong.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side seems to be getting into their stride and they’ll certainly be happy enough squaring off against Everton, a team they’ve beaten twice already this season.
Fresh from putting nine past Southampton, Manchester United will feel invincible.
This is a matchup of two of the Premier League’s superstars who are doing different things right now. United ace Bruno Fernandes is back on fire after a lull and is unstoppable; Everton’s Colombian World Cup genius James Rodriguez is just back from injury and was on the bench last time out.