The Scout: EPL Matchday 11

Cardiff City vs Leicester
3rd November, 11pm WST

It’s hard to predict how Leicester will deal with the week they’ve just had.

Both Cardiff and Leicester have been terrible defensively conceding 23 goals and 16 goals respectively, while more than 2.5 goals have been seen in 15 of Leicester City’s last 19 away matches across all competitions.

Leicester haven’t been held goalless in the Premier League all season while Cardiff City have conceded 3+ goals in five of their last eight games across all competitions including servings of four goals at the hand hands Liverpool and Chelsea and and a 5-0 drubbing courtesy of Manchester City on Matchday 6.

Suggested Bet: Both Teams To Score @ $1.85*

Newcastle United vs Watford
3rd November, 11pm WST

Watford have regained their early season form with wins over Wolves and Huddersfield in the past fortnight.

Sitting 7th on the table, much of their recent fortune can be put down to the performance of midfielder Roberto Pereyra who has scored in each of their last two games. The Argentinian now has five goals for the season – the same number he scored in 32 games last season.

The Hornets have lost just one of of their four games on the road this season, and that came against an in form Arsenal outfit on Matchday 7. They come into this game having scored five goals without reply in the Premier League while Newcastle have scored just three times in their five home games.

Suggested Bet: Match Result Watford @ $2.70*

Wolverhampton vs Tottenham
4th November, 3.45am WST

If the Spurs still hold any hopes of challenging for the League title, this is a game they simply must win. Lose, and it looms as a game they will come to rue at season’s end.

There is no doubting the talent this Spurs squad possesses but something hasn’t quite clicked to date. Despite this, the Spurs sit 5th on the table just five points behind Manchester City and Liverpool.

Wolves have lost two on the trot, both times without scoring, and have just nine goals through the opening 10 games of the season. At their best they can match it with any team in the League – evidenced by 1-1 draws with both Manchester sides.

Despite being laden with attacking star power, this Spurs side has scored just 16 goals for the season. They’re due for a big outing, Harry Kane is due for a big outing, and they’ve won all but one of their last six away matches in the Premier League.

Suggested Bet: Match Result Tottenham @ $2.18*

*Odds correct as at 9am WST 2nd November 2018

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