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Better EPL Prop Betting Guidance

Better EPL Prop Betting Guidance

Best prop Premier League betting lines

By Paul Seaton 

Monday December 26th 

Watford (+135) vs. Crystal Palace (+210) 7.30m ET

This is more than likely to be a game decided by set pieces, and Watford's main man at them is not top scorer from last season Troy Deeney. Sebastian Prodl represents a greater threat from free kicks and corners than anyone else on the pitch, so invest in him at a spectacular +2500 to score first. 

Arsenal (-300) vs. West Bromwich Albion (+750) 10am ET 

Alexis Sanchez has proved unplayable for many defenses this season already, and the Chilean has been too hot to handle for even the toughest central defenders: 

The pocket dynamo is +650 to open the scoring in the first twenty minutes of the game and we think he can break down The Baggies' stubborn resistance in that time.

Manchester United (-475) vs. Sunderland (+1200) 10am ET 

Wayne Rooney can finally draw level with Sir Bobby Charlton as United's record goalscorer and we think he'll break the deadlock from the penalty spot in the second half. It's a massive +220 for Rooney to score first from 46 minutes onwards. Here are some of Rooney's best ever strikes: 

Chelsea (-280) vs. Bournemouth (+700) 10am ET 

The defensive lynchpin of Chelsea's season hasn't been the re-signed David Luiz or mainstay Gary Cahill, both of whom may well have looked exposed for positional naivety if it wasn't for the protection afforded them by midfielders Nemanja Matic and N'Golo Kante. Cesar Azpilicueta has been brilliant for The Blues, and he's due a goal. Back him at +1100 to score at any time. 

Leicester City (+140) vs. Everton (+190) 10am ET 

With contract negotiations at a pivotal stage, Belgian Romelu Lukaku is an excellent +450 to score the first goal of the game. 

Swansea City  (+160) vs. West Ham United (+175) 10am ET

This might not be a classic, but after two games where West Ham where very fortunate to get six points against Burnley and Hull, maybe they'll come unstuck at the home of the worst side in the Premier League after 17 games. Back Gylfi Sigurdsson to score at any time at +150. 

Burnley (+195) vs. Middlesbrough (+155) 10am ET  

In a game which is unlikely to feature many goals, it is always a good idea to focus on first goalscorers as they may be the only player to get on the scoresheet. Jeff Hendrick is on fire right now and scored an absolute 'worldy' the other week. He's +900 to open the scoring. Merry Christmas!  

Hull City (+750) vs. Manchester City (-305) 10am ET 

Raheem Sterling has transformed into one of Manchester City's most valuable players in the Pep Guardiola era. He's a great value +1800 to score the opening goal between 21-45 minutes at the KCom Stadium. 

Tuesday December 27th 

Liverpool (-345) vs. Stoke City (+850) 12.15pm ET 

Sadio Mane is bound to be used plenty in the build-up to his departure to the African Cup of Nations. Klopp will get another goal out of his 'Mane' man and at +120 to score at any time, Mane is over-priced, better value than Sturridge, Origi and Firmino. He has a better Premier League goalscoring record in 2016 than any of them. 

Wednesday 28th December 

Southampton (+185) vs. Tottenham Hotspur (+155) 2.45pm 

Heung-Min Son is going to be a very potent weapon for Tottenham Hotspur in the second half of the season with his endless running and lethal finishing and at +230 to score at any time should return profit at St. Marys. 

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