Sports Journalist at FST, Gareth qualified as a journalist after graduating from university and spent over a decade as a freelance broadcast journalist, commentator and tipster before joining FST. Now living in Manchester, he is a long suffering Bolton Wanderers fan who also enjoys boxing, the NBA, tennis and rugby league.
The weekend is almost upon us and that means we’ve had a chance to look over the various odds boosts ahead of the latest round of Premier League fixtures.
There are only three games on Saturday as there have been a few postponements and games are also taking place across Friday and Sunday, but we’ve still managed to pick out a few good value options.
Odds boosts are one of the hottest trends in betting right now and they can offer incredible value. We’ve looked over a few options from various bookmakers and selected our favourites for Saturday’s trio of games – including a couple of boosts that match our own Premier League predictions.
Sky Bet Double Up Boost
Wolves vs Manchester City
Erling Haaland & Kevin De Bruyne 1+ shot on target each at 2/1 (was 1/1)
Erling Haaland has 10 goals in just six Premier League games and has only failed to score in one of those fixtures. The Norwegian is averaging 2.5 shots on target-per-game, while team-mate Kevin De Bruyne is averaging 2.8 shots per-game with 0.8 of those on target.
Newcastle vs Bournemouth
Alexander Isak to score first at 4/1 (was 7/2)
Newcastle to win 3-0 at 11/1 (was 9/1)
We’ve tipped an anytime goal for Alexander Isak in our Newcastle vs Bournemouth predictions and a 3-0 win for the Magpies, and as luck would have it those predictions feature in Betfair’s OddsBoost for that fixture.
We’re backing Isak to score and the Swede has been boosted to 4/1 to score first, while Newcastle to win 3-0 is now 11/1. You can see why we’re expecting a goal for Isak and a 3-0 win for the hosts here.
Sky Bet Price Boosts
Tottenham vs Leicester
2+ shots on target each team in each half at 11/2 (was 7/2)
Sky Bet have boosted two or more shots on target for each team in each half to 11/2 for the late Premier League game between Tottenham and Leicester.
We’re expecting an entertaining affair between these two teams. Spurs are unbeaten domestically and have scored in all of their games. Leicester have made a terrible start, but they are still scoring and have managed at least four shots on target in half of their league games, so there is a chance both teams will manage two on target in each half.
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