The midweek program in the Premier League are mainly rearranged fixtures after the original matches were postponed. The league table usually shows that teams have played just about the same number of matches. However, there is up to five games difference in completed fixtures.
The bottom club Burnley have played just 17 matches and so have games in hand over the other teams who are trying to avoid relegation. Three of the four teams at the top of the table have now played 22 times but are not included in the midweek Premier League picks.
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Leicester City vs Tottenham Hotspur
EPL Best Bet – Tottenham to beat Leicester City at (+130)
|Leicester to win||+205|
|Tottenham to win||+130|
Tottenham have played just 18 matches and if they win all their games in hand would be third in the table and right in contention for Champions League qualification. They are playing catch-up with the five teams above them who have all played two or more fixtures. Three points against Leicester are essential to maintain the run of form since the appointment of Antonio Conte.
Leicester are a mid-table outfit and the epitome of average after winning and losing seven fixtures, with four draws, scoring 31 goals and conceding 33. They have alternated between wins and losses over the last four fixtures and are due a defeat to maintain the sequence. Tottenham are tipped to keep that run going by winning all three points at the King Power Stadium on Wednesday
Brentford vs Manchester United
EPL Best Bet – Man Utd to beat Brentford at (-130)
|Brentford to win||+340|
|Man Utd to win||-130|
Brentford made a solid start to their first season in the Premier League. However, the squad might now finding their level after four defeats in five matches. Despite some notable home wins in front of an enthusiastic crowd, the Bees have lost five matches at their own stadium. They have drawn just one of 10 fixtures when hosts in the league this season.
Manchester United are falling off the pace for getting into the Champions League and the Europa League now looks more likely. Six defeats to date have left the club in seventh place but only two of those losses were away from home. United have scored 15 goals and conceded 14 on their travels. The Red Devils can improve that record with a win at Brentford this Wednesday.