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30 Nov | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
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Earn £10 in free bets every single week by opting in and staking £25 or more on multiples. Here are our writers' best value bets of the weekend to start you off.

Burnley to win or draw against Leicester {ODDS:214861214:1/1}

Burnley’s only two defeats in their last 12 league games have come against Arsenal and Manchester City.

They’ve been strong away from home with four wins and two draws from seven matches, and are excellent value to take at least a point from the King Power.

– Tom Clee

West Brom v Crystal Palace: BTTS {ODDS:214860190:19/20}

West Brom netted twice against Newcastle in midweek, having taken an early lead at Tottenham last weekend.

The Baggies have also failed to keep a clean sheet in 10 matches in all competitions – a problem that new manager Alan Pardew isn’t likely to solve.

Crystal Palace drew 0-0 with Brighton in midweek, but all their three of their previous matches saw both teams score.

– Tom Bowles

Atletico Madrid to beat Real Sociedad {ODDS:212765689:1/2}

Wins to nil against Roma and Levante – the latter of which finished 5-0 – have kick-started Atletico’s season, so sweeping Real Sociedad aside shouldn’t prove too much of a challenge.

The visitors were knocked out of the Copa del Rey by third-division Lleida on Wednesday, and have only won one of their last five league matches. matches.

They have also lost the last four editions of this fixture without scoring a single goal.

– Adam Drury

Arsenal v Manchester United: Under 2.5 goals {ODDS:214859706:10/11}

Expect a typical Jose Mourinho performance from Manchester United this weekend.

There have been under 2.5 goals in nine of United’s last 10 league games against other members of the top six, and Saturday’s trip to the Emirates should be no different.

Arsenal have been in fine scoring form recently, but that won’t matter if Mourinho sticks to his usual tactic of frustrating his side’s close rivals away from home.

– Jack Green