678/1 Premier League Cards Betting Tips: Four Picks for the Midweek Fixtures

Cards betting tips

There is midweek Premier League action this week and Jamie is back with four more cards betting tips, covering the Wednesday and Thursday fixtures including Aston Villa vs Leeds and Liverpool vs Leicester City.

Betting on players to be booked is becoming more and more popular and with that in mind, take a look at the four players we are predicting to be carded across the midweek matches. These would make up a massive odds accumulator at around 678/1 or you could back the selections in a lucky 15 or Yankee bet.

William Hill are the only bookies to price up all four cards tips at the moment and they’re offering a whopping 678/1 for the accumulator.

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Norwich vs Crystal Palace – Joel Ward to be carded (11/2 with William Hill)

Joel Ward has been booked 6 times in 21 games this season, making 35 tackles/14 fouls. He will face Norwich winger Rashica who has been fouled 22 times in 11 starts as well as Norwich left-back Williams who has been fouled 21 times in 14 starts. Olise is expected to start as a right-winger for Palace in this game. He has started 4 games this season and in 3 of those games the Palace right-back Joel Ward has been booked, possibly showing that Olise is leaving him exposed. Tierney is the referee for this game, and he is the referee that has given the most cards in the Premier League this season, giving 67 yellow cards in 17 games.


Tottenham vs Southampton – Kyle Walker-Peters to be carded (9/2 with William Hill)

Kyle Walker-Peters faces his old club in this game and is expected to play on the left side of the defence, facing Spurs’ two most fouled players Emerson (fouled 24 times in 14 starts) and Moura (fouled 27 times in 15 starts). Walker-Peters was booked when these sides met in December and he has been given 5 yellow cards in 14 starts this season, 4 of them being when he has appeared as a left-back in 11 games in that position, making 19 fouls in total. David Coote is the referee here and he is known as one of the best referees in the division for cards, giving 57 yellow cards in 13 games this season.


Aston Villa vs Leeds – Adam Forshaw to be carded (4/1 with William Hill)

An opposition central midfielder has been booked in 12 of 21 Aston Villa games this season. This is because their midfielders are highly fouled, these include McGinn (fouled 36 times in 18 games), Douglas Luiz (fouled 29 times in 16 starts), Ramsey (fouled 25 times in 15 starts), and even Coutinho now as another midfield option. Leeds midfielder Adam Forshaw has been booked twice in 10 starts this season, making 24 tackles and 14 fouls in these games. He is likely to get stuck in here. The referee here is Jarred Gillet, a referee that was promoted to being a Premier League referee this season. He hasn’t been shy with the bookings, giving 17 cards in 4 games.


Liverpool vs Leicester – Fabinho card (14/5 with William Hill)

In 5 of the 7 games that Leicester have played against a side using three central midfielders this season, an opposition central midfielder was booked. Liverpool central midfielder Fabinho is their second most booked player, being booked 4 times in 15 starts, making 21 fouls. He is likely to face Maddison (fouled 31 times in 16 starts), and Tielemans (fouled 18 times in 15 starts). Chris Kavanagh officiates this game, a referee that has given 44 yellows in 10 games, also giving a yellow card to Fabinho in the only Liverpool game that he has officiated this season.

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