Weekend football betting review: Palace win at Old Trafford
We review the betting data from this weekend's football, including the biggest underdogs, most-backed team and longest-priced goalscorer.
Chelsea were the most-backed team in the Premier League this weekend. More Betway customers backed Frank Lampard's side top beat Norwich than any other outcome, and were rewarded with a 3-2 win.
Unsurprisingly, Crystal Palace's victory at Manchester United was the biggest upset of the weekend. The Eagles' average pre-match price was slightly shorter than 8/1 (8.99).
The longest winning in-play bet also came from that match. Palace to win and over 1.5 cards each was backed as a #BetYourWay selection by 34 customers at 66/1.
Just three customers correctly backed Joel Matip to score the opener for Liverpool against Arsenal in 4 To Score this week, eliminating all remaining entries after Mark Noble had done the business for West Ham at Watford.
Matip was the longest-priced first goalscorer that was successfully backed by a Betway customer, with one punter backing him at 26/1.
How our writers' tips got on
On Saturday, two of our three EFL win/draw/win tips landed, with Leeds easily beating Stoke and Wycombe turning it around in stoppage time to win 4-3 against Southend.
Leeds' 3-0 victory was also our longest-priced winner of the day, coming in at 11/10.
Both of our BTTS tips from the EFL came in, with Crawley beating Leyton Orient 3-2 and Grimsby winning 5-2 at home to Port Vale.
We didn't do as well in Europe, with Vitesse being held to a 1-1 draw at home to Heracles and Benfica losing at home to Porto.
It was a similar story for the Saturday Mythbuster as Chelsea did manage to beat Norwich.
Sunday was a fantastic day, with nine of our 10 tips landing.
Red Bull Salzburg's 5-0 home win over Admira Wacker ensured they covered the three-goal handicap at 13/10, while Atalanta to win and BTTS was our longest-priced winner of the day at 14/5 following their 3-2 victory over SPAL.
All three of our BTTS picks landed, with goals at both ends in Utrecht v VVV Venlo, RB Leipzig v Frankfurt and Celtic v Hearts.
Monaco's 2-2 draw with Nimes and Wolves' 1-1 draw with Burnley meant both of our Mythbusters came in at 5/4 and 19/20 respectively.
Finally, we picked out Swansea's Borja Baston (6/4) and RB Leipzig's Timo Werner (17/20) as anytime goalscorers, and both did the business.
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