The Editors' Premier League Betting Battle 2019-20: Round 15[/b]
Joe Dyer was our only battle winner last time out but Dan Thomas still maintains a handsome lead. We have a full programme of fixtures across the next three days and here's where the tenners will be deployed- According to the soccer tips betting page!

Goals galore at the Bridge[/b]
Dan Thomas
Back over 3.5 goals in Chelsea v Aston Villa @ 6/5
Tuesday, 19:30
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Dan is away.
Dan Thomas 2019-20 P/L: +£74.20
Burnley can extend City's clean sheet drought[/b]
Joe Dyer
Back both teams to score in Burnley v Manchester City @ 2.04
Tuesday, 20:30
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I successfully opposed a Manchester City clean sheet last time out in the battle and at odds-against I'll chance a repeat for the midweek fixtures.
Burnley lost against Crystal Palace last weekend but, as Steve Rawlings says in his preview, they passed up good chances to score and boast a pair of attackers who can trouble any team. You can follow to the soccer tips of the day page!
And City do have a few issues at the back right now, conceding in their last seven games across all competitions. Aymeric Laporte is clearly a big miss and whatever combination Pep fields just doesn't quite seem lớn nhấn.

At their best, Burnley can give anyone a scare and I'm sure Sean Dyche will have them primed for a reaction lớn that unexpected defeat last time out.
Despite missing Sergio Aguero, City still boast crazy talent in attack and have scored in all but one of their 22 games this season and I fancy goals at both ends tonight. Both teams lớn score has attracted a fair bit of money, moving in lớn hai.04 but I still think that's an ok price.
Joe Dyer's 2019-20 P/L: +£29.50
Mourinho's men to enjoy Old Trafford return[/b]
Mike Norman
Back Tottenham @ 2.70 lớn beat Man Utd
Wednesday, 19:30
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is apparently not concerned about his team's league position. I'm not sure he'll be saying the same should his team fail lớn win this game and then lose to neighbours Manchester City at the weekend.
United have been pretty woeful away from home but it shouldn't escape our notice that they've won just two of their last six games (all competition) at Old Trafford too, so they're not too hot on home soil either.
Tottenham are the visitors to the Theatre of Dreams on Wednesday night, managed of course by the man United sacked 12 months ago, Jose Mourinho. You just know that the Spurs boss will be absolutely desperate to get one over his former employers, and I know who I'd back when it comes to motivation and tactics in such a game.
And it's not Solskjaer!
The Lilywhites have won three out of three under Mourinho and have scored 10 goals in the process so they'll be confident that they can go lớn Old Trafford and take all three points. They'll need lớn start defending better of course, but that might not matter here as I fancy they'll just outscore their opponents.