Premier League Betting Guide for 7/8/20

Which Premier League matches offer betting value on FanDuel Sportsbook? Let's see where we can zero in.

Please note that lines are subject to change after this article is published, which impacts betting advice. All betting lines were taken from FanDuel Sportsbook, and you can check here to see their most updated numbers. You can also look at our oddsFire tool to get a feel for what the betting public is doing.

West Ham United vs Burnley

Burnley +1 (no push) -115

Burnley are 13W-7D-13L this season for a 60.6% win/draw rate, which is higher than their implied odds of 53.8%. Not only that, but Burnley faces a West Ham team that is 8-7-18, which is good for 16th place and a 24.2% win rate.

Burnley are also in good form since the restart, going 2-1-1, while West Ham has gone 1-1-3 since the EPL resumed play. Burnley has been the better team all season long, including this stretch after the layoff.

Burnley is already outperforming the implied odds this season, plus they are facing a below-average team, so this is a tempting betting opportunity.

Sheffield United vs Wolverhampton

Sheffield +1 (no push) -140

Sheffield have slipped slightly, only going 1-2-2 since the restart, but overall they have been an extremely difficult team to beat this season. Sheffield are 12-12-9 on the year, good for a 72.7% win/draw rate, while Wolves have only won 13-of-33 games for a 39.4% win rate.

With Sheffield’s implied odds sitting at 58.34%, there is clearly some potential value in a Sheffield win/draw bet. Wolves have been slightly better this season, but the difference is marginal, as they are only four points and eight goals ahead of Sheffield.

Sheffield’s win/draw rate outperforms the implied odds by over 14%, while the Wolves' win rate is slightly lower than their implied odds to win. This provides a good betting opportunity on Sheffield in this match, as they should probably be a little be less of an underdog.