The Analyst: Bet on Chelsea, Liverpool and Wolves to win from behind this weekend

There are few things more exciting in the Premier League than a good comeback. With that in mind, here’s our team-by-team guide to the 'win from behind' betting market ahead of this weekend's games.

What's the one thing better than a win? A win from behind.

There's nothing like the thrill of seeing a team work their way back into a game from a losing position.

And even better the Planet Sport Bet odds of this happening can be very appealing, especially when stacked into a build-a-bet.

This season, we have already seen a number of teams win all three points despite going a goal down.

Here's Planet Sport's guide to the 'win from behind' market. You can find how many teams have completed comebacks this season, how many have lost games from winning positions, and most importantly, what the chances are of that happening this weekend.

(Article last updated Friday, October 22, 2021. Text odds correct at time of publication, the odds in the pretty blue boxes are bang up-to-date)

Arsenal - win from behind odds

Arsenal's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang celebrates scoring their side's second goal of the game during the Premier League match at the Emirates Stadium,

Games played: 8

Wins: 3

Wins from behind: 0

Defeats: 3

Defeats from leads: 0

Next opponent: Aston Villa (H) - Friday, October 22

Arsenal are yet to come from behind to win a league game this season. However, they did show a lot of fight last Monday night as they fought back from 2-1 down to earn a late draw against Crystal Palace.

The Gunners tend to score first at the Emirates meaning the need for a comeback is rare. Plus, with Aston Villa coming into this game on the back of consecutive defeats, the chances of this bet landing in this fixture are relatively slim.

Aston Villa - win from behind odds

Aston Villa's Danny Ings (right) celebrates scoring the opening goal with team mates during the Premier League match at Villa Park, Birmingham.

Games played: 8

Wins: 3

Wins from behind: 0

Defeats: 4

Defeats from leads: 1

Aston Villa 2-3 Wolves (October 16, 2021)

Next opponent: Arsenal (A) - Monday, October 22

Dean Smith's side were on the wrong end of a comeback last weekend. Aston Villa were 2-0 up against Wolverhampton only to face an agonising 3-2 defeat.

The Villains travel to the Emirates as they look to end their two-match losing run. The good news for the visitors is that recent history is on their side.

Villa have won all three of their recent encounters with Arsenal - all of them to nil.

The Gunners have a propensity to score first in their home games this season, meaning if Villa are to win, they'll most likely need  to produce a comeback in order to secure all three points.

Brentford - win from behind odds

Brentford's Ethan Pinnock celebrates scoring the first goal during the Premier League match at Brentford Community Stadium, London.

Games played: 8

Wins: 3

Wins from behind: 0

Defeats: 2

Defeats from leads: 0

Next opponent: Leicester (H) - Sunday, October 24

Make no mistake about it, the clash between Brentford and Leicester City is shaping up to be an exciting encounter.

The Bees are the story of the season having started their first Premier League campaign with a bang.

With both Brentford and Leicester capable of causing damage up front, we certainly like the look of the win from behind market.

Brentford are yet to produce a comeback win but with the Foxes relatively shaky at the back, that may be about to end.

Brighton - win from behind odds

Brighton and Hove Albion manager Graham Potter prior to the Premier League match at Carrow Road, Norwich.

Games played: 8

Wins: 4

Wins from behind: 1

Burnley 1-2 Brighton (August 14, 2021)

Defeats: 1

Defeats from leads: 0

Next opponent: Man City (H) - Saturday, October 23

Brighton against Manchester City is a fixture that has seen both teams score in just two of the last seven encounters. Interestingly, both of those games also saw success in the win from behind market.

One of those occasions took place back in May - the last time these two teams clashed.

Ilkay Gundogan and Phil Foden gave City a 2-0 lead before Brighton mounted a monumental comeback to win 3-2.

With Graham Potter's side firing on all cylinders this season, who's to say we couldn't see a similar scenario play out this weekend.

City may have only lost one league game this season but with the team facing a busy schedule, Brighton are capable of pouncing on any

weariness at the Amex.

Burnley - win from behind odds

Burnley manager Sean Dyche gestures on the touchline during the Premier League match at Turf Moor, Burnley.

Games played: 8

Wins: 0

Wins from behind: 0

Defeats: 5

Defeats from leads: 2

Burnley 1-2 Brighton (August 14, 2021)

Everton 3-1 Burnley (September 13, 2021)

Next opponent: Southampton (A) - Saturday, October 23

Burnley have done ever so well to stay in the Premier League despite such little investment in the transfer market.

Nevertheless, early signs point to a difficult season for the Clarets. This weekend they take on Southampton away from home - a fixture they've only won twice since 2017.

With Sean Dyche's side yet to win this season and posting the second lowest goal scoring tally, our recommendation is to stay clear of the Clarets in this market.

Chelsea - win from behind odds

Chelsea's Trevoh Chalobah (left), Ben Chilwell (centre) and Edouard Mendy after the Premier League match at the Brentford Community Stadium, London.

Games played: 8

Wins: 6

Wins from behind: 0

Defeats: 1

Defeats from leads: 0

Next opponent: Norwich (H) - Saturday, October 23

Lets be realistic. The chances of Norwich getting anywhere near Chelsea are the same as Scotland winning the T20 World Cup.

The Blues have the joint-best defence in the Premier League having only conceded three goals.

What's more, they're coming into this game on the back of three straight victories - two of them to nil.

With that in mind, you can forget about the win from behind bet landing at Stamford Bridge this weekend.

Crystal Palace - win from behind odds

Crystal Palace's Michael Olise (right) celebrates scoring their side's first goal of the game with team-mates during the Premier League match at Selhurst Park, London.

Games played: 8

Wins: 1

Wins from behind: 0

Defeats: 2

Defeats from leads: 0

Next opponent: Newcastle (H) - Saturday, October 23

Crystal Palace seem to be on the precipice of something special under Patrick Vieira. Unfortunately for the Eagles, late goals and an inability to close out games are beginning to cost them valuable points.

For instance, Palace were 1-0 up against Brighton last month, only to concede a 95th minute equaliser. The same happened at the Emirates on Monday. Vieira's men were 2-1 up against Arsenal but again went on to concede a 95th minute equaliser.

The Eagles have been involved in a lot of comebacks which have ended in draws. This weekend, they might be in a similar position when they take on Newcastle.

The Magpies love an early goal meaning Palace may have to come from behind if they are to take all three points back to Selhurst Park.

This is certainly a game to consider if you're thinking about the win from behind market.

Everton - win from behind odds

Everton's Demarai Gray (left) and Andros Townsend during the Premier League match at Goodison Park, Liverpool.

Games played: 8

Wins: 4

Wins from behind: 2

Everton 3-1 Southampton (August 14, 2021)

Everton 3-1 Burnley (September 13, 2021)

Defeats: 2

Defeats from leads: 0

Next opponent: Watford (H) - Saturday, October 23

Everton are the early kings of comebacks this season having already won from behind on two occasions.

The first of those came at home against Southampton back in August. Despite going 1-0 down, the Toffees fought back to win 3-1.

The same happened a month later when Rafa Benitez's side overturned a one goal deficit to beat Burnley 3-1.

With a record like that, Everton have to be taken seriously when it comes to the win from behind market. Especially against a hit and miss side like Watford. 

Leeds United - win from behind odds

Leeds United's Diego Llorente celebrates scoring their side's first goal of the game during the Premier League match at Elland Road, Leeds.

Games played: 8

Wins: 1

Wins from behind: 0

Defeats: 4

Defeats from leads: 1

Leeds 1-2 West Ham (September 25, 2021)

Next opponent: Wolves (H) - Saturday, October 23

Injuries have plagued Leeds United's start to the season. Having only picked up six points from eight games, the Whites currently find themselves down in 16th place.

This weekend Marcelo Bielsa's men take on an in-form Wolves team who are quickly rising up the standings.

Leeds have lost all five of their most recent encounters with Wolves and the chances of that changing on Saturday appear to be slim.

With the visitors regularly producing goals, Leeds may be forced to come from behind if they are to take anything out of this game.

One thing's for sure, this is a game to keep your eyes on.

Leicester City - win from behind odds

Leicester City's Youri Tielemans (left) celebrates scoring the equalising goal to level the score at 1-1 with Ricardo Pereira during the Premier League match at the King Power Stadium, Leicester.

Games played: 8

Wins: 3

Wins from behind: 1

Leicester City 4-2 Man Utd (October 16, 2021)

Defeats: 3

Defeats from leads: 0

Next opponent: Brentford (A) - Sunday, October 24

Leicester produced the mother of all comebacks last weekend against Manchester United.

Mason Greenwood opened the scoring for the Red Devils before a late flurry of goals allowed the Foxes to seal a 4-2 win.

If that wasn't enough, Leicester overturned a two-goal deficit against Spartak Moscow on Thursday to keep their Europa League knockout hopes alive with a spectacular 4-3 victory.

Bearing all this in mind, the Foxes represent a great option in the win from behind market.

Liverpool - win from behind odds

Liverpool's Roberto Firmino (left) celebrates scoring their side's second goal of the game during the Premier League match at Vicarage Road, Watford.

Games played: 8

Wins: 5

Wins from behind: 0

Defeats: 0

Defeats from leads: 0

Next opponent: Man Utd (A) - Sunday, October 24

Liverpool are yet to lose a game this season and they look like a side who could challenge for some serious silverware.

This weekend, they take on Manchester United in the Premier League's equivalent to the El Classico.

The Reds may have only conceded six league goals but that doesn't mean a comeback victory is out of the question.

With the Red Devils keen to start games better, who's to say they can't take the lead at Old Trafford.

Should that occur, Jurgen Klopp's men would be more than capable of turning things around.

Manchester City - win from behind odds

Manchester City's Bernardo Silva (left) celebrates with his team-mates after scoring their side's first goal of the game during the Premier League match at the Etihad Stadium, Manchester.

Games played: 8

Wins: 5

Wins from behind: 0

Defeats: 1

Defeats from leads: 0

Next opponent: Brighton (A) - Saturday, October 23

The win from behind bet is yet to land in a Manchester City game this season.

That's not exactly a shocker considering the Cityzens are expected to dominate most of their opponents in the Premier League.

However, Brighton shouldn't be underestimated by Pep Guardiola's men. The Seagulls are just two points behind them in the standings and are more than capable of handling themselves against the big boys.

In fact, with the game taking place at the Amex, we like the look of a City comeback with the current odds.

Manchester United - win from behind odds

Manchester United's Cristiano Ronaldo (right) celebrates scoring their side's third goal of the game with Harry Maguire during the UEFA Champions League, Group F match at Old Trafford, Manchester.

Games played: 8

Wins: 4

Wins from behind: 1

West Ham 1-2 Man United (September 19, 2021)

Defeats: 2

Defeats from leads: 1

Leicester 4-2 Man Utd (October 16, 2021)

Next opponent: Liverpool (H) - Sunday, October 24

If you're looking to have a punt on the win from behind market this weekend, this is the game you need to start with.

Two previous head-to-heads between Man United and Liverpool have produced comeback wins.

What's more, the Red Devils are coming into this game on the back of a heroic Champions League night against Atalanta.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side were 2-0 down at the break yet somehow they turned the game around to seal a 3-2 victory.

Liverpool may be the better team on paper but when these two giants go toe-to-toe, anything is possible.

Newcastle United - win from behind odds

Tottenham Hotspur's Emerson Royal (left) and Newcastle United's Joelinton battle for the ball during the Premier League match at St. James' Park, Newcastle.

Games played: 8

Wins: 0

Wins from behind: 0

Defeats: 5

Defeats from leads: 2

Newcastle 2-4 West Ham (August 15, 2021)

Newcastle 2-3 Tottenham (October 17, 2021)

Next opponent: Crystal Palace (A) - Saturday, October 23

Considering Newcastle have already been on the wrong end of comebacks twice this season, they're certainly the team to watch in the win from behind market.

Their upcoming opponents, Crystal Palace, faced agonising draws in recent weeks after conceding late stoppage time goals.

The Magpies may be 19th in the standings but they're capable of scoring goals. The team have bagged ten this season in the Premier League - that's more than fourth placed Brighton and fifth placed Tottenham.

Bearing that in mind, the north east outfit are undoubtedly ones to consider in this market.

Norwich City - win from behind odds

Norwich City's Ben Gibson (right) reacts after the Premier League match at Carrow Road, Norwich.

Games played: 8

Wins: 0

Wins from behind: 0

Defeats: 6

Defeats from leads: 0

Next opponent: Chelsea (A) - Saturday, October 23

Despite being eight games into the new season, Norwich are still winless. The Canaries have just two points to their name following successive goalless draws against Brighton and Burnley.

The biggest concern regarding Daniel Farke's men is their inability to score goals. Norwich have only found the back of the net this season twice - neither one of them coming away from home.

With that in mind, you may want to stay clear of the win from behind market. In fact, stay clear of any win market regarding Norwich.

Southampton - win from behind odds

Southampton's Theo Walcott (centre) applauds the fans after the Premier League match at St. Mary's Stadium, Southampton.

Games played: 8

Wins: 1

Wins from behind: 0

Defeats: 3

Defeats from leads: 1

Everton 3-1 Southampton (August 14, 2021)

Next opponent: Burnley (H) - Saturday, October 23

Southampton picked up their first win of the season last weekend courtesy of their 1-0 victory over Leeds.

Despite sitting 15th in the table, Ralph Hasenhuttl's side have been competitive. Their haul of four draws has consigned the team to the second-half of the table but there's no reason why they couldn't turn it around.

Saints will certainly target back-to-back wins when they welcome Burnley to St Mary's.

However, considering both teams are among the lowest goalscorers in the league, it may be best to take your comeback hunt elsewhere.

Tottenham - win from behind odds

Tottenham Hotspur's Tanguy Ndombele (left) celebrates scoring their side's first goal of the game with team-mates during the Premier League match at St. James' Park, Newcastle.

Games played: 8

Wins: 5

Wins from behind: 1

Newcastle 2-3 Tottenham (October 17, 2021)

Defeats: 3

Defeats from leads: 0

Next opponent: West Ham (A) - Sunday, October 24

Tottenham produced their first comeback win last weekend after turning a 1-0 deficit into a 3-2 victory over Newcastle.

Spurs followed up that victory with a mid-week defeat to Vitesse in the Europa Conference League.

You never know what you're going to get with Spurs and the win from behind market should certainly remain on the table.

Spurs are dangerous in front of goal having bagged ten efforts in their last four games. This means if a comeback is necessary, Nuno Espirito Santo's men are capable of pulling it off.

Watford - win from behind odds

Watford manager Claudio Ranieri ahead of the game with Liverpool.

Games played: 8

Wins: 2

Wins from behind: 0

Defeats: 5

Defeats from leads: 0

Next opponent: Everton (A) - Saturday, October 23

Claudio Ranieri's return to the Premier League was not exactly marked on a happy note as a 5-0 loss to Liverpool consigned the Hornets to their fifth defeat of the season.

The newly-promoted side have the joint-second worst defence in the league and the chances of them turning over Everton away from home are relatively slim.

The win from behind market only works if the team in question has a shot at winning. That doesn't appear to be the case with Watford.

West Ham - win from behind odds

Jarrod Bowen of West Ham celebrates after scoring during the UEFA Europa League match between West Ham United and KRC Genk at the London Stadium

Games played: 8

Wins: 4

Wins from behind: 2

Newcastle 2-4 West Ham (August 15, 2021)

Leeds 1-2 West Ham (September 25, 2021)

Defeats: 2

Defeats from leads: 1

West Ham 1-2 Man United (September 19, 2021)

Next opponent: Tottenham (H) - Sunday, October 24

Almost exactly a year ago, West Ham produced one of the comebacks of the season against Tottenham.

Spurs enjoyed a 3-0 lead going into the final eight minutes and seemed to be on a clear path to victory.

However, three late efforts from the Hammers secured what proved to be an unforgettable point at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium.

Could we see similar drama once more? You certainly wouldn't bet against it. While West Ham have enjoyed a tremendous start to the season, Tottenham have been very unpredictable.

Both teams are capable of goals meaning the win from behind market is certainly on the cards in this one.

Wolverhampton - win from behind odds

Wolverhampton Wanderers' Hwang Hee-chan celebrates scoring their side's first goal of the game during the Premier League match at Molineux Stadium, Wolverhampton.

Games played: 8

Wins: 4

Wins from behind: 1

Aston Villa 2-3 Wolves (October 16, 2021)

Defeats: 4

Defeats from leads: 0

Next opponent: Leeds United (A) - Saturday, October 23

Wolverhampton produced a comeback for the ages when they overturned a 2-0 deficit to beat Aston Villa 3-2 last weekend.

Three goals in the final ten minutes from Romain Saiss, Conor Coady and Ruben Neves helped the team to all three points in dramatic fashion.

Bruno Lage's side have a tendency to score after the interval meaning their chances of producing comebacks are high. Especially with Leeds looking to get out of the blocks quickly this Saturday.

Keep your eyes on this one, it could get interesting.

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