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Week 6 Premier League Value Bets
Adrian Paul
81 days ago
It's week six in the Premier League and we have assessed the odds once again to try and pick out some good value bets.

With all 20 teams in action again, and games spread out across Friday, Saturday and Sunday, we have picked out three matches where the chosen outcomes look decent value.

Leicester City v Tottenham - Leicester to win @ 21/10

We suggested the Foxes could down Manchester United last weekend but in the end Brendan Rodgers' team lost out in a tight game 1-0. However, we're sticking with them to claim an eye-catching home win over a Spurs side that's a little hard to read at the minute.

Tottenham have been inconsistent but looked much more like their old selves when outclassing Crystal Palace 4-0 last time out. They may be more susceptible on their travels though and Leicester can claim a narrow win at the King Power.

Crystal Palace v Wolves - Palace to win @ 19/10

Both of these teams were on the end of drubbings last week, Palace going down to that 4-0 reverse at Spurs while Wolves were dismal when being beat 5-2 at home by Chelsea.

The Midlanders appear to be suffering from the same affliction that Burnley had last season - namely a limited squad cannot cope with the dual demands of Europa League and Premier League football. Nuno Espirito Santo's side have yet to win in the league and struggled to create more than a handful of chances last week against an admittedly inspired Chelsea outfit.

Palace are always tough to crack at Selhurst Park and are unbeaten at home so far. It's unlikely to be pretty but Roy Hodgson's side can claim all three points.

West Ham v Manchester United - West Ham to win @ 12/5

The Hammers have looked good so far this season and have the likes of Manuel Lanzini, Declan Rice and summer signing Sebastian Haller all in good form. They will have been disappointed not to have beaten Aston Villa on Monday night but can make amends with a statement win over the Red Devils at the London Stadium.

Ole Gunnar Solsjkaer's side ground out a vital win over Leicester but how will his young side cope at West Ham? We're thinking they may struggle again at a ground where they have lost twice in the last three years.