This weekend's Premier League fixtures promise high stakes and thrilling encounters. Wolverhampton takes on Tottenham Hotspur after both teams faced crushing defeats in their last outings. Despite recent setbacks, Wolves have had a historical edge against Spurs, but Tottenham grapples with injuries and suspensions. This match could be pivotal for both sides' ambitions in the league.
English Premier League Multi bet of the Weekend | Matchweek 12
Wolverhampton vs Tottenham
November 11th, 23:30, Molineux Stadium
Wolves and Tottenham Hotspur, both recovering from tough defeats, are set to clash at Molineux Stadium. Tottenham fell to Chelsea, causing them to slip to second place, while Wolves suffered a shock loss to Sheffield United. Despite recent setbacks, Wolves have had success against Spurs, winning two of their last three encounters. However, Tottenham's injuries and suspensions present challenges. James Maddison and Micky van de Ven are injured, and suspensions loom for Dejan Kulusevski and Destiny Udogie. It's a crucial match for both teams looking to regain their winning form in the Premier League.
Tottenham ML @2.15 on Bet365.
Crystal Palace vs Everton
November 12th, 02:00, Selhurst Park
Crystal Palace, rejuvenated under Roy Hodgson with three straight wins, are closing in on Premier League safety. The Eagles, who have scored nine goals in three games under Hodgson, look set to continue their revival. Eberechi Eze, in particular, has thrived in this attacking system, scoring three goals in his last two matches. In contrast, Everton is struggling, with only one win in their last eight games. Their away form is dismal, having not won in 11 Premier League away matches, conceding 26 goals and scoring just 10 in return. A comfortable home win for Palace, perhaps 2-0, is on the cards.
Draw @3.30 on Bet365.
West Ham vs Nottingham Forest
November 13th, 01:00, Olympic Stadium
On Sunday, West Ham United and Nottingham Forest, two closely matched Premier League teams, face off at London Stadium. West Ham is determined to end their three-game losing streak and has the advantage of no new injuries, plus the return of Edson Alvarez from suspension. The Reds, while strong at home, struggle on the road, and this could tip the scales in West Ham's favour. Key players like Chris Wood, Callum Hudson-Odoi, Divock Origi, and Gonzalo Montiel are sidelined with injuries for Nottingham Forest. Although Harry Toffolo should be fit, the visiting team's hopes may rest on Taiwo Awoniyi. A victory for the home team is anticipated in this encounter.
BTTS @1.75 on Bet365.