Cards and corners predictions and betting tips for Saturday’s Premier League action (with 13/1 acca)

Cards and corners predictions and betting tips for Saturday’s Premier League action (with 13/1 acca)
Simon Winter
Simon Winter
February 11, 2021
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Born in the south east of Ireland, Simon put his life-long love of football to good use when he started a successful independent blog in 2010. That opened up an alternative route to a career in journalism, and having had work published across a number of sites and publications, Simon joined the staff at Spotlight Sports Group in 2018.

There is no time to take the foot of the gas in the Premier League and with the campaign still rolling forward at full throttle, the race for points and places continues this weekend.

We’re focusing on Saturday’s four top-flight tussles below, and we’ve done some stat digging to bring you some of the best very best cards and corners betting tips for the day’s Premier League matches, which we’ve combined into a tasty 13/1 accumulator!

Remember – you can find detailed analysis and free betting tips for all of the top-flight mid-week matches on our Premier League predictions page.


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13/1 Premier League cards and corners acca


Leicester City vs Liverpool

  • Liverpool won 10 corners to Leicester’s three at Anfield earlier in the season, and eight corners to City’s two when the teams last met at the King Power Stadium.
  • Only Chelsea (77) have won more Premier League corners away from home than Liverpool (68) this season.
  • As many as nine Premier League clubs have won more corners at home than Leicester (66) this term.

Betting tip: Liverpool -1.0 corner handicap @21/20

Crystal Palace vs Burnley

  • Crystal Palace won more corners than Burnley in each of the clubs’ last three meetings and beat the -1.0 corner handicap in two of the same three encounters.
  • The Eagles won nine corners to Burnley’s one when the teams last faced off at Selhurst Park.
  • Only West Ham (71) have won fewer corners overall than Burnley (85) this season.

Betting tip: Crystal Palace -1.0 corner handicap @20/21

Manchester City vs Tottenham Hotspur

  • A bone-crunching 12 cards were shown in the last two meetings between Man City and Tottenham combined.
  • The teams committed a combined 32 fouls when they last met in November.
  • No team has committed more average fouls per game in the Premier League than Tottenham this term (12.7).

Betting tip: Over 3.5 cards @10/11

Brighton vs Aston Villa

  • Brighton picked up more cards than Villa in two of the last three meetings between the teams.
  • The Seagulls collected four cards to the Villains’ two when the teams last met in November.
  • In total, Albion collected a notable 12 cards in their last three encounters with Dean Smith’s side.

Betting tip: Brighton +0.0 card handicap @20/21


Best value single: Fabinho to get booked @3/1

Versatile Brazilian Fabinho had been coping manfully at centre-half for a Liverpool team lacking defenders this season, though the 27-year-old has looked far ropier of late. Remarkably, Fabinho picked up a yellow card in each of his last four appearances for the Reds and the ex-Monaco man was cautioned five times in his last seven runouts overall.

The stand in centre-back should be in for a busy afternoon against Leicester’s rapid counter-attacking frontline, and Fabinho could tackle his way into trouble again.


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