Betting Preview: John Aldridge’s Weekend Premier League Treble

RedsBet ambassador John Aldridge gives us his tips for this weekend's Premier League action

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RedsBet ambassador and former Liverpool striker John Aldridge gives us his betting tips for the weekend’s Premier League action every week, this week he has gone for wins for Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool. Aldo’s treble odds have been enhanced from 3.00 to 3.55!

We spoke to Aldo to hear the reasons behind this weekend’s pics.

Southampton v MANCHESTER UNITED| Saturday 1st December | 17:30

United struggled to overcome a resolute Crystal Palace team last weekend but will be boosted by qualifying for the knockout round of the Champions League in midweek after a late 1-0 win over Young Boys.

They rarely have two bad results on the bounce and I don’t see them having any issues when they travel to Southampton on Saturday.

Mark Hughes is under pressure at the moment with his team currently down there in the bottom three. They’ve only scored ten goals in 13 games so far this season, and with Danny Ings out injured who has been responsible for four of those, I can see it being a long evening for the Saints on Saturday.



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CHELSEA v Fulham | Sunday 2nd December | 12:00

Sunday promises to be a cracking day of action with the three derbies we have on and it made sense to select two of the games in my treble for this weekend.

Chelsea lost for the first time this season last weekend at Spurs but they have been strong at home this season and I fully expect them to bounce straight back to form with victory over their local rivals.

Fulham’s season could be about to turn round after the arrival of former Chelsea boss Claudio Ranieri but I don’t expect them to be able to withstand the Chelsea barrage on Sunday.


LIVERPOOL v Everton | Sunday 2nd December | 16:15

Everton haven’t won at Anfield since 1999 and although the form book goes out the window on Derby Day I cannot see any reason why that fact will change this weekend,

This has been Liverpool’s best ever start to a Premier League campaign and they have a title to chase.

The front three need to start clicking and it wouldn’t surprise me if that happened this weekend.

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