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Daily Betting Tips: 10/02/2024

Covering a range of markets and a variety of kick-off times, there will certainly be something for everyone amongst these four pre-match betting gems.

Daily Betting Tips: 10/02/2024
Daily Betting Tips: 10/02/2024

Saturday’s daily preview features four games in the Premier League today. Covering a range of markets and a variety of kick-off times, there will certainly be something for everyone amongst these four pre-match betting gems.

Manchester City v Everton

Manchester City to win & over 3.5 match goals - 17/20 (Ladbrokes)

The return to fitness of both Erling Haaland and Kevin de Bruyne could spell trouble for the rest of the Premier League and an Everton side without a win in six league games could be in for a long afternoon at the Etihad Stadium. Manchester City have scored at least two goals in seven successive Premier League games, including three in each of the past three.

Fulham v AFC Bournemouth

Solanke to score an any time - 8/5 (Unibet)

As mentioned in our Fulham v AFC Bournemouth match preview, Dominic Solanke has scored in each of his side’s last three matches against Fulham. Furthermore, Solanke has already netted 13 times in the Premier League this season.

Liverpool v Burnley

Liverpool to win to nil - Evens (Coral)

Liverpool have won their past four matches against Burnley without conceding a goal. In this season’s Premier League campaign, Liverpool boast the best defence with just 22 goals conceded whilst only Sheffield United have scored fewer than Burnley’s return of 24 goals scored.

Nottingham Forest v Newcastle United

Bruno Guimaraes to be carded - 15/8 (Betfred)

Newcastle United have the unwanted distinction of owning two of the three players to have received the most yellow cards in the Premier League this season. Anthony Gordon has eight bookings to his name but leading the way with nine yellow cards is teammate, Bruno Guimaraes. The Magpies play AFC Bournemouth at home next before a trip to Arsenal a week later. We’re not suggesting that the Brazilian will get himself intentionally booked at Nottingham Forest but missing Bournemouth’s visit to St James Park would be far less damaging than sitting out his side’s trip to the Emirates.