Aston Villa
Week 7 Premier League Value Bets
Adrian Paul
74 days ago
We go in search of more good value bets in the Premier League this weekend.

There are eight games across a busy Saturday and then just the one on both Sunday and Monday with plenty of opportunities to seek out some value in the English top flight in week seven.

Aston Villa v Burnley - Aston Villa to win @ 11/8

Villa have not had a good start to life back in the Premier League and have just four points on the board so far. However, they have been unfortunate in some games with a few big decisions going against them and VAR should have intervened last weekend to give them a penalty and a point at Arsenal, when they were edged out 3-2.

Dean Smith's side did beat Everton impressively at home 2-0 and held West Ham 0-0 so they are proving difficult to beat at Villa Park, where the fans are creating a loud, hostile atmosphere.

Burnley have managed to garner eight points from their first six games but are yet to win away and, in the battle of the 'Clarets', Villa can claim an important win.

Crystal Palace v Norwich - Crystal Palace to win @ 1/1

Palace would probably expect to be odds-on to beat a newly-promoted team at home but the fact they're evens proves just how well Norwich have done so far. The Canaries' victory over Manchester City is the stand-out result of the season so far but that came on home soil and, on the road, Daniel Farke's side have lost three from three, scoring just once.

The Eagles were seconds away from a home win over Wolves last weekend only to concede an injury-time equaliser but remain unbeaten at Selhurst Park so far this term and can pick up another three points on Saturday.

Manchester United v Arsenal - Manchester United to win @ 11/8

United clearly have their problems at the minute and last weekend's 2-0 defeat at West Ham was dismal with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men looking way off the pace at the London Stadium.

But they must react against the Gunners and they are capable of putting in much better displays than of late. Welcoming a top-six rival to Old Trafford is maybe exactly what they need to get everyone at the club going and Paul Pogba should be fit to return to the starting line-up to provide a timely boost.

Arsenal are also difficult to predict at the minute and have the ability to be devastating going forward one minute and abject at the back the next but, all things considered, the Red Devils can edge Monday's clash.