Top Soccer Picks of the Week - November 27th

Soccer Betting Odds & Top Picks of the Week – November 27th

Written by on November 27, 2017

Some of the bigger leagues in Europe are about to head into their winter break, but in England, we are about to hit one of the busiest parts of the season. Each year during the holiday season, the teams in the EPL embark on a brutal schedule that can often make or break a title challenge. We are going to focus on the Premier League action for our top Soccer Picks this week, but we will also give some love to the MLS, as the second legs of the conference finals are set for later this week. Let’s check the latest Soccer betting odds and get right to the picks.

Soccer Betting Odds & Top Picks of the Week – November 27th

Leicester City vs. Tottenham

  • When: Tuesday, November 28, 1:45 p.m.
  • Where: King Power Stadium
  • Tournament: English Premier League
  • Soccer Betting Odds: Tottenham -0.5 (Over/Under at 2.5)
There can be no denying that Tottenham is one of the best young teams in Europe right now, but the question now is how long they can hold on to their core group of players when they continue to win no silverware. A disappointing draw against West Bromwich over the weekend has Tottenham now 13 points back of Manchester City at the top, which is a gap that is going to be nearly impossible to close. Leicester have been near the bottom of the table all season, but are starting to edge closer to the middle with a string of decent results. Tottenham hit Leicester for 6 the last time they met, and while I don’t expect the same, I do think we will see goals, so bet the OVER.

Watford vs. Manchester United

  • When: Tuesday, November 28, 2:00 p.m.
  • Where: Vicarage Road
  • Tournament: English Premier League
  • Soccer Betting Odds: Manchester United -1 (Over/Under at 2.5)
If anyone is going to catch Manchester City at the top of the EPL this season, the smart money would be on Manchester United. That said, they will need to play better than they have in their last couple of outings, a 1-0 loss to Basel in the Champions League, and a rather fortuitous 1-0 win over Brighton over the weekend. United are getting healthy again, and they do have a good record against Watford, who they beat in both meetings last season. Let’s go with United to get the win on the road.

Manchester City vs. Southampton

  • When: Wednesday, November 29, 2:00 p.m.
  • Where: City of Manchester Stadium
  • Tournament: English Premier League
  • Soccer Betting Odds: Manchester City -2 (Over/Under at 3.5)
Manchester City has been the cream of the crop in the EPL so far this season, and they have been absolutely lethal in front of goal. They have already managed 42 goals through 13 games, and are always likely to add to that total in a big way. Southampton is coming off a nice offensive output of their own, beating Everton 4-1 over the weekend. These two tend to score goals when they go head to head, so this looks like a pretty solid OVER bet to me.Manchester City is a huge favorite at the Soccer Betting Odds for this week.

Toronto FC vs. Columbus Crew

  • When: Wednesday, November 29, 6:30 p.m.
  • Where: BMO Field
  • Tournament: USA Major League Soccer
  • Soccer Betting Odds: Toronto FC -1EV (Over/Under at 2.5)
The MLS Eastern Conference Final hangs delicately in the balance after a 0-0 tie in the first leg in Columbus. The difference here is that Toronto will once again have the services of Jozy Altidore and Sebastian Giovinco after both men were suspended for the first leg. Toronto was far and away the best team in the league in the regular season and were a formidable 13-1-3 at home. They should be too much for a pluck Columbus team who have gone further than anyone expected. I like Toronto to win by a couple of goals.

Seattle Sounders vs. Houston Dynamo

  • When: Thursday, November 30, 9:30 p.m.
  • Where: CenturyLink Field
  • Tournament: USA Major League Soccer
  • Soccer Betting Odds: Seattle Sounders -1.5 (Over/Under at 2.5)
The defending champion Seattle Sounders look as though they may have already booked their passage to MLS Cup with a 2-0 win over Houston in the first leg. Seattle now goes home and don’t really have to press the issue, although I think they will go all out to get this one over with as quickly as possible. Houston needs to come out and attack from the start and could be vulnerable to the counter. I think we see goals here. I like Seattle to win SU, and I also like the OVER.