This 32/1 BET Boost could be the bet of the weekend!

    2017-11-17 10:58

    Cape Town - The top football minds at BET Central have been hard at work putting together this week’s EPL BET Boosts.

    Jonjo Shelvey to be sent off (vs Man Utd) – 32/1

    If there’s one player in the Premier League that is likely to completely lose his head and scythe down an opposition player in a moment of unanticipated anger, it is Jonjo Shelvey. The former Liverpool starlet might not have reached the heights once expected of him, but he remains a fairly talented footballer. His temperament, however, leaves a lot to be desired. In the cauldron that is the Theatre of Dreams, Shelvey will be the main target. Will he crack? 32/1 on him losing his head seems like a worthwhile punt.

    Mo Salah to score and Liverpool to draw – 35/2

    The Egyptian winger has been Liverpool’s standout player so far this season, notching up seven league goals already. His pace and trickery has added another dimension to Liverpool's much-vaunted attack. However, it is the Reds porous defence that has been the biggest hindrance on their title challenge this season. Should they fail to close out the game and concede the inevitable scrappy goal from a corner, you can be there to say I told you so with your winnings in hand.

    Serge Aurier and Sead Kolasinac both to be booked – 19/2

    Perhaps the pick of the battles for Saturday’s North London derby will be the one going on down Arsenal’s left flank. The imposing Kolasinac is not one to hold back when it comes to the contact side of the sport, while Aurier has already proven in his short time in England that he is a booking waiting to happen. Expect fireworks to fly. This one could even arrive in the first half.

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