Week 30 of the English Premier League is undoubtedly highlighted by a grudge match between fierce rivals Liverpool and Manchester United at Anfield, while the likes of Aston Villa and Everton are offered excellent opportunities to pull further away from the drop zone.
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Manchester City vs West Bromwich Albion
The Sky Blues were nothing short of awful when dropping the points to Burnley last week and will need to quickly find form quickly if to overcome a physical West Brom side who muscled their way to victory over Stoke at the Hawthorns. City arguably boasts the league’s most potent attack, who will have to be on-song to break a Baggies defence which has leaked only two goals over their five most-recent Premier League fixtures. City remains in the hunt for the Premier League title this season but cannot afford another hiccup against a lowly opponent if they are to catch Chelsea. Having been knocked out of the Champions League mid-week, City are sure to return to Etihad Stadium with a hunger for success and should have no issue taking three points this weekend.
Sergio Aguero scores and Manchester City wins: $2.50
Saido Berahino scores and West Brom wins: $31
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Newcastle United vs Arsenal
Arsenal’s rise up the Premier League ladder continued with a comfortable 3-0 victory over crosstown rivals West Ham last week and the Gunners now sit just one point behind Manchester City in third position. Newcastle remain perched in the middle of the table leading into week 30 and will be hoping to reverse their fortunes after suffering a disappointing 3-0 defeat to the misfiring Everton last Sunday. In what may figure as a good omen for the North London faithful, Arsenal are undefeated at St James Park since 2005 and have won their two most recent trips to Tyneside 1-0.
Ayoze Perez scores and Newcastle wins: $15
Alexis Sanchez scores and Arsenal wins: $3.50
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Aston Villa vs Swansea City
Villa have been unrecognisable since Tim Sherwood took over as manager last month and are staring down the barrel of a third-consecutive Premier League win when hosting Swansea city early Sunday morning Australian time. Delivering fellow cellar-dwellers Sunderland a 4-0 hiding to pull one win clear of the drop zone, the Villans will face a Swans outfit attempting to post their first win in three matches after dropping all points to Liverpool and Spurs in recent weeks. With both teams desperate for points, a draw appears a likely outcome in this match.
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Southampton vs Burnley
Having held fourth position for most of the Premier League season, a lull in form after Christmas saw Southampton drop as low as eighth, however the Saints have kicked back into gear over their two most-recent matches in beating Crystal Palace and sharing the points with Chelsea. Burnley posted without doubt their most impressive performance to date when overcoming current champions Manchester City last weekend; a feat sure to boost the confident of the Clarets who remain in serious danger of demotion. Boasting a uniformed squad over all corners of the pitch, Southampton should have no issue taking another step towards Champions League calculations.
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Tottenham Hotspur vs Leicester City
Spurs suffered a demoralising 3-0 thrashing at the hands of Manchester United last week but are offered an ideal opportunity to respond at home to bottom-placed Leicester City on Sunday. Currently tied on 50 competition points with Southampton, Tottenham will attempt to starve the Foxes of possession and feed potent marksman Harry Kane for 90 minutes. To be frank, Leicester has never looked like a team capable of Premier League competition this season and will most certainly return to the Championship in season 2015/16. Only managing a 0-0 draw at home with fellow strugglers Hull last week, the situation appears dire for the Midlands clubs this week.
Harry Kane scores and Tottenham wins: $3
Leonardo Ulloa scores and Leicester wins: $15
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Stoke City vs Crystal Palace
After losing to former Manager Tony Pulis’ West Brom last week, Stoke will view this week’s match with Crystal Palace as an ideal opportunity to return to the winner’s circle and consolidate eighth spot in the league. Having posted an impressive 3-1 win over QPR last weekend, Palace took a huge step away from the drop zone but will be without the services of Captain Mile Jedinak who remains suspended and attacker Wilfried Zaha who suffered a knock when scoring last week. Stoke are a tough prospect at Britannia Stadium for even the league’s best, and offer great value to beat the Eagles on Sunday morning.
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West Ham vs Sunderland
Both West Ham and Sunderland suffered humiliating defeats last week and will do everything in their power to respond in the best way possible on Sunday. West Ham are clearly in the best position to win at Upton Park, however Sunderland have been beaten by the Hammers only once in their last seven Premier League meetings. Steadily building in form since returning to the Premier League from MLS side Toronto FC, Jermaine Defoe has been the chief destroyer for Sunderland of late; netting four goals in his last five league appearances.
Jermaine Defoe scores and Sunderland wins: $13
Kevin Nolan scores and West Ham wins: $7
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Liverpool vs Manchester United
Without doubt the match of the round, bitter rivals Liverpool and Manchester United lock horns at Anfield on Sunday night Australian time and sit just 2 points apart on the Premier League ladder. Liverpool legend and club Captain Steven Gerrard will leave Merseyside at season’s end and will be looking to extend an impressive record of seven goals in his last ten Premier League matches against United. To Man U’s credit, no away team has won more times at Anfield since the inception of the Premier League; the Red Devils leading the way with ten. In what is a fixture always played at full-throttle for 90 minutes, $3.40 for a draw is well worth consideration.
Daniel Sturridge scores and Liverpool wins: $5
Wayne Rooney scores and Manchester United wins: $9
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Hull City vs Chelsea
Hull City has pulled a win clear of the drop zone over recent weeks but are faced with a difficult prospect of consolidating their position this weekend when hosting league leaders Chelsea at the KC Stadium. Close to confirming their first Premier League title since the 2009/10 season, Chelsea boasts an impressive defensive line, fast midfield and potent attack. Loic Remy and Didier Drogba have each scored three goals against Hull in the Premier League, while midfielder Eden Hazard has hit the net in each of Chelsea’s two most recent matches with the Tigers. Add Chelsea as a selection in a Premier League multi bet this week.
Nikica Jelavic scores and Hull City wins: $21
Diego Costa scores and Chelsea wins: $3
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Queens Park Rangers vs Everton
QPR are in real danger of demotion this season and currently sit five points from safety in nineteenth position. Following a positive start, Everton are arguably amidst their worst season in England’s top flight in years however posted an important win over Newcastle last weekend to steer away from the bottom three. Everton are unbeaten in their last five meetings with QPR but have interestingly lost each of their last five trips to Loftus Road. While Everton could very well continue their climb away from the drop zone this weekend, a draw appears the likeliest of scenarios in the final Premier League match of the weekend.
Charlie Austin scores and QPR wins: $7
Kevin Mirallas scores and Everton wins: $8
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