Soccer picks: English Premier League parlay for Saturday 11/11 (+513 odds): Underdogs could make some noise

10/3/2023 - Burnley's Aaron Ramsey (left) and Luton Town's Tahith Chong battle for the ball during the Premier League match at Kenilworth Road, Luton. Picture date: Tuesday October 3, 2023. (Photo by Zac Goodwin/PA Images/Alamy Images/Sipa USA) *** US Rights Only ***
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The English Premier League slate has an even split this week, with 5 games on Saturday and 5 on Sunday, with the Saturday games featuring title contenders Tottenham and Arsenal, while Chelsea vs Manchester City is the highlight of the Sunday games.

In this parlay of 3 games on the Saturday schedule, I’m targeting 2 teams in the double-chance market, which means those legs cash if that team either wins or ties the game, plus both teams to score in another match. It has a potential payout of +513 odds with DraftKings Sportsbook. Let’s dive in.

Everton or Tie double chance (-190)

Both Teams to Score in Manchester United vs Luton (-115)

Bournemouth or Tie double chance (+115)

EPL Parlay odds: +513

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Everton or Tie double chance (-190), 10:00 am ET

Everton and Crystal Palace are both inconsistent teams, so there should be value in taking the visiting team to take something from their trip to London. A draw looks a likely outcome at Selhurst Park, although Everton may be able to edge what should be a tight encounter.

Crystal Palace has won only once on home turf this season, while Everton’s recent revival has seen the Toffees go unbeaten in their last 3 games, including an impressive win at West Ham. The Eagles have beaten only beleaguered Burnley in their last 4 games, so Everton has a good chance to go away with at least a point.

Both teams to score in Manchester United vs Luton (-115), 10:00 am ET

Manchester United’s struggles continued with a 4-3 loss to Copenhagen in the Champions League on Wednesday and the goals could continue to flow when 17th-placed Luton visit Old Trafford. It is hard to see the Red Devils slipping to another defeat, but last week’s win at Fulham came as a huge relief for United after heavy losses to Manchester City and Newcastle in their two previous games.

The Red Devils could be carrying physical and mental scars from their midweek experience in Denmark, and while Luton has only 1 win in 11 EPL games this season, the Hatters have scored in 5 of their last 6 games and can also get on the scoresheet at Old Trafford having had a free week to prepare. I’ll take both teams to score in this game.

Bournemouth or Tie double chance (+115), 12:30 pm ET

There are a lot of hot favorites in the Premier League this weekend, but Newcastle is one that it could pay to fade on the road, even at 18th-placed Bournemouth. Newcastle is likely to be without a host of players through injury, including Dan Burn, Matt Targett, Elliot Anderson, Alexander Isak, Sven Botman and Harvey Barnes, while Bruno Guimaraes and Sandro Tonali are suspended. 

The Magpies were in Germany on Tuesday, when they were given a tough time by Dortmund in a 2-0 loss, and the games are mounting up for a pretty thin Newcastle roster. Bournemouth has beaten Burnley at home this season, and taken points against West Ham and Chelsea. The home team looks good value to avoid defeat in the final game of the Saturday EPL slate.

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