Premier League: Odds, Previews, and Injuries

Premier League OddsOdds on this weekend’s Premier League games are up and a preview has Arsenal in the enviable home field advantage toWest Ham at 11:00 am ET with current odds at Arsenal -250, WestHam +750 and the draw at +380.

As far as the injury list goes, Mikel Arteta, Abou Diaby, Mathieu Debuchy, Mathieu Flamini and Jack Wilshere are out for Arsenal while Enner Valencia is doubtful for West Ham with a toe injury.

Also at 11:00 am ET is Hull City at Leicester City with the home team +120, Hull +260 and the draw +225. Stoke City vs West Bromwich have West Brom +133, Stoke +235 and the draw +220

Aston Villa and Sunderland tip off at 11 too, with Sunderland +130, Aston Villa +235 and the draw +225.

The Premier League’s game of the day is Manchester City at Burnley FC. Burnley are currently in 19th place in the English Premier League and the odds are against them, even at home. Manchester City can get closer to Chelsea with a win this Saturday starting at 1:30 pm ET.

Current odds are Man City -215, Burnley +600 and the draw at +370.

Saturday’s first Premier League game starts at 8:45 am ET when the Queens Park Rangers take on the Crystal Palace. The odds on the Glaziers are at -130, QPR +350 and the draw +265.

Sunday’s Premier League games get under way at 9:30 am ET with Southampton at Chelsea. First place Chelsea’s preview looks at a strong game after being eliminated from Europe and Southampton should be prepared for a brawl.

José Mourinho will want the team to get on with winning the Premier League and leave the pain in the past of being dismissed from the Champions League Wednesday.

In an unfortunate incident, Chelsea fans were caught on video a few weeks ago stopping a black man from entering the Paris subway, causing uproar from the football world.

Last year Chelsea won 3-1 against Southampton with predictions of the same as this year their odds are -161, with Southampton +500 and the draw at +287.

Love Premier League? Come back tomorrow for more odds, predictions. previews and injuries for Sunday’s games featuring Tottenham at Manchester United, and Newcastle United vs Everton, both starting at noon.