North London bragging rights go on the line as Arsenal’s clash with Tottenham headlines this weekend’s Premier League action.
That’s just one of several key matches in the race for the top four and relegation battles.
Find out who we are backing in every single match below.
Saturday 13 March, 7:00am, St James’ Park
Newcastle 1 – Aston Villa 1
Any opportunity to back against Newcastle at this price should be leapt upon without a second thought.
Two wins in their last 16 Premier League matches has them one point above the drop zone, and injuries look likely to rob them of their main attacking threats Almiron and Saint-Maximin once again.
On the other hand, after being left out of last weekend’s 0-0 draw with Wolves, it would not be a surprise to see Villa captain Jack Grealish return for this fixture.
Even if he is not involved, Villa should be able to stumble into a goal or two against an increasingly inept Magpies outfit.
Back Aston Villa to Win @ $2.00
Saturday 13 March, 11:30pm, Elland Road
Leeds 0 – Chelsea 0
Leeds have well and truly hit the wall, and it does not seem overly likely that they will find a way to end their scoring woes against a stout Chelsea side.
Heading into this fixture the Blues have kept four consecutive clean sheets and have been granted a new lease of life by Thomas Tuchel.
Considering Leeds have been kept scoreless in three of their last four matches, I can’t see them matching Chelsea.
There’s value to be had in backing Chelsea to Win to Nil ($3.20) but I’ll go for the slightly safer option and back a simple Chelsea win.
Back Chelsea to Win @ $1.75
West Bromwich Albion
Sunday 14 March, 2:00am, Selhurst Park
Crystal Palace 1 – West Brom 0
Considering they have failed to score more than one goal in their last seven matches, it’s kind of impressive that West Brom have taken six points in that time.
Palace’s attack has been equally stagnant, scoring a grand total of six goals in their last eight matches.
Perhaps someone might accidentally score in this fixture but I can’t see the ball finding the back of the net more than once.
Back Under 1.5 Goals @ $2.60
Sunday 14 March, 4:30am, Goodison Park
Everton 1 – Burnley 2
Everton’s run of three wins with clean sheets came to an end against Chelsea but they have the perfect opportunity to bounce back against a struggling Burnley side.
They have drawn four of their last five matches, including taking back to back points off Leicester and Arsenal.
Not to mention Burnley held Everton to a 1-1 draw so there is every chance they could make life tough for the Toffees.
Everton look like they are a little bit over the odds here considering the contrasting forms between the two teams and I’ll back them in to win.
Back Everton to Win @ $1.85
Sunday 14 March, 7:00am, Craven Cottage
Fulham 0 – Manchester City 3
City’s remarkable winning streak might have come to an end in the derby, but they bounced back by putting five past Southampton during the week.
They can continue their course correction and march to the Premier League title when they take on Fulham.
Perhaps the only issues they may run into here is a combination of fixture fatigue and having one eye on their looming Champions League clash with Borussia Monchengladbach.
Fulham might have defeated Liverpool at Anfield in their last Premier League outing but overall they just don’t have the firepower to break down City’s defence.
I’ll stick with the standard Manchester City play.
Back Manchester City to Win to Nil @ $2.10
Brighton And Hove Albion
Sunday 14 March, 11:00pm, St Mary’s Stadium
Southampton 1 – Brighton 2
The Saints picked up a vital three points against Southampton last week and they face another six pointer against fellow battlers Brighton.
The Seagulls’ last victory came on February 4 against Liverpool and two points from their last five league matches has them in dire need of maximum points from this fixture.
Southampton won their December clash 2-1 on the south coast but it’s hard to see this match being anything other than an overly cautious affair.
I can’t split these teams and the draw is the standout play in this market.
Back the Draw @ $3.10
Monday 15 March, 1:00am, King Power Stadium
Leicester 5 – Sheffield 0
The form line, the stats, the trends and overall common sense points to only one outcome for this match.
Sheffield United remains anchored to the foot of the Premier League table with 22 defeats from 28 matches.
Leicester on the other hand is in third place and will need to keep up their current rate of results to stay clear of the chasing pack.
When you add in the fact Leicester has won all three Premier League meetings since Sheffield’s most recent promotion.
I’ll back the Foxes to win this with at least a two goal margin of victory.
Back Leicester -1 Goal @ $2.45
Monday 15 March, 3:30am, Emirates Stadium
Arsenal 2 – Tottenham 1
It would be foolhardy to assume that just because Arsenal have been struggling lately and Spurs are finding some spectacular form, that this North London Derby is going the way of the visitors.
Despite their struggles week in, week out, Mikel Arteta’s side have shown an ability to produce in big games.
Spurs have not won a Premier League match at the Emirates Stadium since 2010 and I just can’t bring myself to back them in here.
Instead, I’ll back Arteta to get his side fired up as they slow down Tottenham’s surging strike force enough to nab a draw.
Back the Draw @ $3.20
Monday 15 March, 6:15am, Old Trafford
Manchester United 1 – West Ham 0
It seems fitting that after three consecutive 0-0 draws, United finds a way to break that run in a Manchester Derby with a 2-0 victory.
Up next is a West Ham side they are robbing of a huge attacking threat with Jesse Lingard ineligible for the match due to being a United loanee.
That will not make life any easier for the Irons as they try and break down what has been a stout United defence.
Such is Lingard’s importance to West Ham, I’ll back United with full confidence.
Back Manchester United to Win @ $1.80
Tuesday 16 March, 7:00am, Molineux Stadium
Wolves 0 – Liverpool 1
Liverpool demolished Wolves 4-0 in their most recent meeting but the Reds have fallen flat on their face in the last couple of months.
Wolves start to 2021 has not been much better with just three Premier League wins since the new year, seemingly ending their hopes of returning to Europe next season.
I can’t back either of these sides with any confidence at the moment and this fixture seems headed for a low scoring affair.
Back Under 2.5 Goals @ $1.85
It’s a relatively light weekend of English Premier League action coming up with two fixtures postponed due to Monday morning’s Carabao Cup Final between Aston Villa and Manchester City.
While those two fixtures will take place later on this season, we still have plenty of exciting action on the cards with the eight fixtures we still have scheduled.
There’s going to be plenty to watch Sunday night as Everton hosts Manchester United and Tottenham takes on Wolves.
Read on for our previews and betting plays for Matchweek 28 in the English Premier League right here.
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*MATCHES POSTPONED DUE TO CITY AND VILLA PLAYING IN THE CARABAO CUP FINAL*
Saturday 29 February, 7:00am, Carrow Road
Norwich 1 – Leicester 0
It really is boom or bust with Leicester at the moment as they watch Manchester City pull further and further out of reach.
Despite still sitting comfortably in third place, their recent form is quite concerning with just three Premier League wins since mid-December.
Their form slump actually began with a 1-1 draw at home to then second last Norwich and now the Canaries are firmly anchored to the bottom of the table.
Even with Leicester’s recent struggles I still like them to get by a pretty poor Norwich team, but it’s not worth trying to get too creative with something on top of an outright win like over 2.5 goals or both teams to score.
Back Leicester to Win @ $1.69
Brighton And Hove Albion
Saturday 29 February, 11:30pm, Amex Stadium
Brighton 0 – Crystal Palace 1
Two sides that struggle to score a lot of goals and in desperate need of an uptick in form will face off in the first match Saturday night.
15th placed Brighton has drawn ten matches in the Premier League this season with half of those coming since New Years Day as they just can’t seem to pick up a win lately.
Palace stumbled home against a poor Newcastle side for their first league win since December 27, but Brighton have done a good job avoiding defeat at the Amex Stadium this year, losing just three of 13 matches.
Earlier in the season these sides drew 1-1 at Selhurst Park and I’ll take the value of a similar result here.
Back the Draw @ $3.20
Sunday 1 March, 2:00am, Vitality Stadium
Bournemouth 2 – Chelsea 2
It might actually help Chelsea out that this match is away from Stamford Bridge, considering they have actually picked up more points on the road than at home this season.
With seven wins and two draws from 13 matches, their 23 points away from home is the equal third best number in the league and more than the 21 they have taken at home.
Bournemouth’s home form isn’t exactly spectacular either with 16 points from 13 games while scoring a grand total of 15 goals as well.
There is actually a decent case to be made for backing Bournemouth here though, Chelsea’s form is wildly inconsistent, they will be backing up from a tough Champions League fixture with Bayern Munich and they have defeated them in their last two meetings.
Even with that though, it’s just too hard to back against Chelsea in this game with their strong road form and I’ll make it to nil considering both teams to score has failed to hit in the last five meetings between these sides.
Back Chelsea to Win to Nil @ $3.00
Sunday 1 March, 2:00am, St James’ Park
Newcastle 0 – Burnley 0
The market for this game looks way off considering the respective form of these sides.
Newcastle is a slight favourite at home despite back to back losses which have followed back to back draws.
Burnley on the other hand has taken 13 points from its last five games and doesn’t look like slowing down anytime soon.
At that price I can’t help but take Burnley to win this one and (temporarily) overtake Arsenal in ninth place.
Back Burnley to Win @ $2.90
Sunday 1 March, 2:00am, London Stadium
West Ham 3 – Southampton 1
By the looks of things, Southampton will manage to survive again simply because they are mostly able to beat the sides at or below their level and pick up enough points to not be in the bottom three.
West Ham is one of those teams that is currently below Southampton thanks to an appalling run of results which has seen them pick up one win since Christmas.
While the Saints should win this game I’m happy to stay out of it from a betting (and viewing) perspective since they are more than capable of falling on their face at any given time.
Sunday 1 March, 4:30am, Vicarage Road
Watford 3 – Liverpool 0
If you really want to overthink this, West Ham were able to give the Reds a real scare on Tuesday morning so maybe Jurgen Klopp’s side is starting to falter just a little bit.
Maybe they are operating just a little bit below the unbelievably high standards they have set for themselves and the competition throughout this season but they should still have no trouble with Watford.
Consider that the Hornet’s last goal against Liverpool came on August 12, 2017 in a 3-3 draw on the opening weekend of that season.
Since then Liverpool have kept four straight clean sheets in this fixture winning 5-0, 3-0, 5-0 and 2-0.
Someone, at some point will end Liverpool’s unbeaten run but even the most optimistic of Watford fans (i.e. Elton John) wouldn’t be holding out much if any hope of that.
I’ll write off Liverpool’s stumble against West Ham as a blip and back them with a -1 handicap here.
Back Liverpool to Win -1 Goal @ $2.15
Monday 2 March, 1:00am, Goodison
Everton 1 – Manchester United 1
We are a long way removed from the days of the David Moyes derby in this fixture but you could do a lot worse than backing the resurgent Everton to take something from this match.
Carlo Ancelotti has his side humming and brief blip against the also improving Arsenal aside, they are playing entertaining football with some of their young talents really shining under the Italian’s management.
I’m happy to stay out of the result market as it looks about where I would have it but there is a decent chance for a positive return in the Both Teams to Score option if you expect this game to be played on Everton’s terms.
That market has hit in the Toffee’s last five matches and I think this one might be a race to two or even three goals so I’ll take both teams to score here.
Back Both Teams to Score @ $1.73
Monday 2 March, 1:00am, Tottenham Stadium
Tottenham 2 – Wolves 3
In a vacuum there is every reason to feel good about Wolves chances in this match but it does come with a bit of a warning sign as they will be backing up from a Europa League trip to Espanyol.
Although they have a comfortable 4-0 aggregate lead in that tie, it would be remiss of the club to just send out the kids although the big names like Diogo Jota might be saved for this, slightly more in doubt match.
Not to mention Spurs and their lack of striking options suggests that if they fall behind and have to chase this game, Wolves might be able to keep them at bay.
They have not lost back to back games against Spurs since the 2003/2004 season and after losing at home two months ago, I’ll take them to at pick up a valuable point here.
Back the Draw @ $3.20
One way to get over the midweek malaise is to wake up to some Premier League football.
There’s plenty to look forward to this week, most notably Chelsea and Tottenham facing off after disappointing results over the weekend.
Of course the drama is not consigned to the race for the top four with Leicester bidding farewell to manager Claude Puel after another disappointing result over the weekend.
All 20 English Premier League sides are in action Wednesday and Thursday morning so read on for our previews, predictions and same game multis.
Wednesday 27 February, 6:45am, Cardiff City Stadium
Cardiff 0 – Everton 3
Cardiff’s winning streak came to a halt at two on the weekend with a massive 5-1 defeat at the hands of Watford.
Thanks to other results, the Bluebirds were able to avoid dropping into the relegation zone and have a chance to get back on track against an Everton side slowly dropping down the table.
The Toffees have lost three in a row but had had 17 days off as the side looks to get itself right for the run home.
The key to solving that problem is finding a way to score with just three goals in the last five matches.
Cardiff is one of only three sides to concede 50 or more goals so far this season and have been able to score in each of their last four matches so instead of banking on one team to have a turnaround in form back a high scoring match.
Back Over 2.5 Goals @ $2.10
SGM: Cardiff to Win, Both Teams to Score
Wednesday 27 February, 6:45am, John Smith’s Stadium
Huddersfield 1 – Wolves 0
Huddersfield is coming off a loss (again) as their relegation edges closer and closer to “confirmed” status.
Wolves on the other hand are flying in their return to the Premier League and a draw with Bournemouth gave a good indicator of where the side is at.
This has the potential to get ugly but with both sides coming off relatively short rest, don’t be surprised if there are a few flat moments here.
Either way Wolves should be able to take an early lead and add to it in the second half.
Back Wolves to Win Both Halves @ $5.75
SGM: Wolves to Win, Under 3.5 Goals
Brighton And Hove Albion
Wednesday 27 February, 6:45am, King Power Stadium
Leicester 2 – Brighton 1
The latest team to hope for the new manager boost is Leicester as the Foxes look to get their first Premier League win since New Years Day.
Interim bosses Mike Stowell and Adam Sadler face their first test at home against a Brighton side having a similar poor run of form.
With just two points in 2019, Brighton is suddenly in danger of ending up in a relegation battle as well.
Leicester has won two of the three Premier League meetings between the two sides including a 2-0 win at the King Power Stadium last year and can be backed in to win outright here.
Back Leicester to Win @ $1.91
SGM: Leicester to Win, Over 2.5 Goals
Wednesday 27 February, 7:00am, St James’ Park
Newcastle 2 – Burnley 0
When these sides faced off back in November, Newcastle picked up its first win over Burnley since 1982 and find themselves favoured to complete the double this week.
It won’t come easy by any stretch with Burnley on a phenomenal run, unbeaten in its last eight and picking up 18 of its 30 points for the season since December 30.
Newcastle is on a good run of their own with three wins and a draw from its last five but it’s hard to feel good backing against Burnley at the moment.
Coming off a confidence boosting win over Tottenham back Burnley to come away with a all three points here.
Back Burnley to Win @ $3.75
SGM: Burnley to Win, Over 2.5 Goals, Ashley Barnes Anytime Goalscorer
Thursday 28 February, 6:45am, Emirates Stadium
Arsenal 5 – Bournemouth 1
It’s still not quite the Gunners we are used to seeing but they are grinding out results to climb back up to fourth spot thanks to four wins from their last five.
The Emirates has been a very strong venue for Arsenal only dropping points there in three Premier League games this season.
Bournemouth will provide a very stern test here though, currently sitting in tenth place and with the confidence of a good run of recent form.
At the Emirates though this matchup has only gone one way with Arsenal winning every game by two goals.
Add in the fact the Gunners have won four of their last five Premier League home games by 2 or more goals and the handicap market is the play for this game.
Arsenal to Win -1 Goal @ $2.15
SGM: Arsenal to Win, Over 2.5 Goals, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang First Goalscorer
Thursday 28 February, 6:45am, St Mary’s Stadium
Southampton 2 – Fulham 0
Second last against third last in a game that will leave one or both in potentially dire straits.
Fulham can pull back some points but still have a lot of work in front of them while Southampton can try to jump up one or two spots with a win.
With three straight losses on their ledger, Fulham have a tough task ahead of them and Southampton have lost two on the trot as well.
There’s a simple rule behind the play for this game, when two bad sides face off, take the home team.
Back Southampton to Win @ $1.91
SGM: Southampton Win, Over 3.5 Goals, Charlie Austin First Goalscorer
Thursday 28 February, 7:00am, Stamford Bridge
Chelsea 2 – Tottenham 0
Which side will be able to bounce back from their weekend losses?
Chelsea lost to Manchester City in the Carabao Cup Final, going down on penalties while Tottenham stumbled at Burnley and now these two sides are involved in the match of the round.
It continues a very busy run for Spurs as they face a North London Derby and Champions League tie in the seven days after this match.
The Blues on the other hand had a controversial ending to the game with a goalkeeper change coming, not coming and maybe happening in this game?
With neither side really able to drop points, back a cagey draw in this case.
Back the Draw @ $3.30
SGM: Draw, Under 2.5 Goals
Thursday 28 February, 7:00am, Selhurst Park
Crystal Palace 1 – Manchester United 3
That’s four Premier League games without defeat for Crystal Palace after a big win over Leicester over the weekend.
Of course, four in a row in the Premier League is just a speck on United’s league run which is now at ten without defeat.
There’s a few injuries to start to worry about with the midfield being somewhat decimated against Liverpool.
Even so, there’s just too much of a talent gap between these sides for anything other than three points for United here.
Back Manchester United to Win @ $2.30
SGM: Manchester United to Win, Under 3.5 Goals
Thursday 28 February, 7:00am, Anfield
Liverpool 5 – Watford 0
With three draws from its last four games, is there something to worry about with Liverpool?
A draw at Old Trafford is nothing to worry about in isolation but add it on to draws against Leicester and West Ham and there’s a pattern emerging.
Watford has worked its way up to seventh place on the table with just one Premier League loss in 2019 so far.
Realistically you have to like Liverpool to win but there is no value in that play whatsoever and as a pure value bet, take Watford to get something out of this game.
Back Watford Win/Draw Double Chance @ $3.90
SGM: No Play
Thursday 28 February, 7:00am, Etihad Stadium
Manchester City 1 – West Ham 0
The Champions continue to roll with their first trophy of the season, beating Chelsea in the Carabao Cup on penalties.
Attention now turns to overhauling Liverpool’s lead in the Premier League with this clash against West Ham.
There might be a bit of rotation taking place with the squad needing to stay fresh ahead of the Champions League, however City’s bench is still capable of beating most Premier League sides.
With a few players potentially out to prove a point, expect a few goals in this game.
Back Manchester City to Win & Over 3.5 Goals @ $2.05
SGM: City to Win, Raheem Sterling & Raheem Sterling Anytime Goalscorer
Nine games make up our Premier League Preview for Round 28 with the postponement of Arsenal – Manchester City due to the Carabao Cup Final.
Not to fear however, as the heavyweight clash between Manchester United and Chelsea headlines a bumper round of action as the races for the top four and Premier League survival enter their critical phases.
Read on for our EPL Week 28 match previews and recommended plays for the weekend.
Saturday 24 February, 11:30pm, King Power Stadium
Stoke come to the King Power Stadium with the worst away record in the league and two points off the safety of seventeenth place.
Leicester’s campaign has been built on the strength of their home form but for the most part they have struggled to find any sort of consistency with just one win from their last five fixtures.
At the King Power this fixture has been very favourable for Leicester with 2-0 and 3-0 wins in the last two meetings.
That run is at good odds to continue and is the play for this game.
Back Leicester to Win @ $ 1.73
Sunday 25 February, 2:00am, Anfield
These sides are both tied for the Premier League’s longest active winning streak (at one) and will obviously be looking to extend it to a grand total of two in this game.
Both sides were not involved in the FA Cup over the weekend although Liverpool did have a confidence boosting win in the Champions League.
With an up and down history against West Ham, they will need to be on guard for another of their patented slip ups here.
Before their current two match winning streak, they had gone five matches without a win against West Ham.
Even so they are in fine form at the moment and should be able to take care of business here.
Back Liverpool to Win and Both Teams to Score @ $2.50
West Bromwich Albion
Sunday 25 February, 2:00am, The Hawthorns
Huddersfield’s Cup run came to an end at the hands of Manchester United over the weekend so now their sole focus for the remainder of the season is securing Premier League survival.
West Brom’s cup dream also came to an end at the hands of Southampton as they now try to pull themselves off the bottom of the table.
They have picked up two of their three wins at home and have scored twice in each of their last two games at The Hawthorns.
With a vulnerable Huddersfield side coming to town that has just eight points away from home, West Brom are the play in this game to at least keep some hope of Premier League survival.
Back West Brom to Win @ $1.95
Sunday 25 February, 2:00am, Turf Moor
Burnley have claimed the last two meetings between these sides and three of five since 2014/2015.
Goals have not been flowing in their matches with three for and five against in their last five matches.
When you add in Southampton’s relatively low scoring attack it would be a big surprise if this game finished with any more than two goals.
That play does not have a lot of great value and with Southampton’s recent form, it is looking likely that they can get a big win away from home.
Back Southampton to Win @ $2.70
Brighton & Hove Albion
Sunday 25 February, 2:00am, Amex Stadium
Two sides coming off FA Cup action as Brighton celebrate a victory while Swansea are being dragged into a replay with Sheffield Wednesday after failing to score.
Swansea’s Premier League resurgence is rather impressive as they managed to avoid defeat for the fifth straight time and six out of the last seven matches.
Brighton have picked up at least one point in their last three and just one point separates these teams on the table.
I like the value of Swansea, even playing away from home, to pull off a win here.
Back Swansea to Win @ $2.15
Sunday 25 Februay, 2:00am, Vitality Stadium
Newcastle have had two weeks to enjoy their upset win over Manchester United having missed out on the FA Cup over the weekend.
Bournemouth meanwhile have had two weeks to stew over a 4-1 loss to Huddersfield and would be expected to come out firing at home.
In terms of the table both sides are still very much in need of points to ensure their Premier League survival.
Bournemouth won the first meeting between these sides and are favoured to get up again.
Desperation can do funny things to a team’s performance however and as such, look for a battling draw in this one.
Back the Draw @ $3.40
Sunday 25 February, 4:30am, Vicarage Road
Watford have been a favourable opponent for Everton in the Premier League, winning two and drawing two of the five meetings since Watford’s return to the top flight.
They do only have one point from two wins at Vicarage Road however as Watford have put up a strong resistance at home.
Both sides have put together a decent run of form of late taking points from four of their last five and will enter this game fresh after a weekend off.
It is too hard to split these sides and as such a draw seems like the most profitable play.
Back the Draw @ $3.20
Sunday 25 February, 11:00pm, Selhurst Park
Tottenham have been dragged into another FA Cup replay adding to their already packed schedule while Palace enter this game desperate for their first win in five games.
Selhurst Park has been a profitable venue for Palace, picking up points in four of their last five matches there.
Tottenham have had no fear of a Premier League visit to this ground though, having won on three of four occasions since Palace’s most recent promotion.
Despite Palace’s recent positive results at home, it is still too hard to back against Tottenham as they continue their push for the top four.
Back Tottenham to Win and Over 2.5 Goals
Monday 26 February, 1:05am, Old Trafford
The Mourinho Derby is easily the match of the round however The Special One will be very happy to be in the friendly confines of Old Trafford for this one.
When facing Chelsea at home as the opposing manager, he has not lost to them claiming victory once at Inter Milan and last season with United.
Overall in the Premier League United have lost just once at home this season and are a good chance to continue that form.
Chelsea have been quite strong when travelling however with a massive midweek Champions League engagement with Barcelona, they may come into this game a little bit underdone.
This has all the makings of another Mourinho special where United sit back, slow the game down and try to nab a goal late in the first half.
Back Manchester United to Win @ $2.10
This is a disrupted week of English Premier League action as the majority of sides will do battle in the FA Cup.
Liverpool beat Arsenal in empathic fashion last week, but they face a difficult challenge against Burnley and their recent record against smaller clubs is woeful.
There may only be a few games, but don’t miss out on the best betting plays for every game this weekend – we are confident that we are in for another big profitable weekend!
Sunday 12 March, 1:00am, Etihad Stadium
Manchester City 0 - Stoke City 0
Manchester City have won their past two games against Stoke City, but Stoke have been somewhat of a bogey team for Manchester City over the past decade.
Manchester City will still start this clash as favourites, but their record as home favourites is nothing to write home about – they have won only nine of their past 16 games in this scenario for a clear loss.
Stoke City come into this clash on the back of a strong performance against Middlesbrough, but this is obviously a much tougher challenge.
They have won just two of their past 15 games as away underdogs for a clear loss and despite their excellent record against Manchester City they are a tough team to trust in this scenario.
There really is no value available for this clash and I am more than happy to stay out of the action.
West Ham United
Sunday 12 March, 1:00am, Goldsands Stadium
Bournemouth 3 - West Ham United 2
There is nothing between these two teams in betting and it should be one of the most interesting games of the weekend.
Bournemouth are yet to win a game in 2017, but they will still go into this clash as clear favourites.
The Cherries have won four of their past nine games as home favourites for a narrow loss and they are a very tough team to trust from a betting standpoint.
West Ham suffered a narrow loss at the hands of Chelsea earlier this week and before that they drew with both West Bromwich Albion and Watford.
Their record as away underdogs this season is excellent – they have won four of their past 14 games as away underdogs and they really should be favourites for this clash.
West Ham are one of the best value teams in the EPL this weekend and they should be able to secure the three points.
Back West Ham To Win @ $2.70
West Bromwich Albion
Sunday 12 March, 1:00am, Goodison Park
Everton 3 - West Bromwich Albion 0
Everton suffered their first defeat of the year at the hands of Tottenham, but they will still go into this clash with West Bromwich Albion as clear favourites.
Goodison Park has been a very happy hunting ground for Everton this season and they have won eight and drawn two of their past ten games as home favourites.
West Bromwich Albion suffered a surprise loss at the hands of Crystal Palace last weekend, but their recent form in the English Premier League has still been good.
The Baggies have been an easy team to trust from a betting standpoint this season and they have won just three of their past 17 games as away underdogs for a loss.
Everton should be able to get the job done and there is still genuine value at their current price of $1.65.
Back Everton To Win @ $1.65
Sunday 12 March, 1:00am, The KC Stadium
Hull City 2 - Swansea City
This is a crucial game for both sides that are right in the middle of the relegation dogfight.
Hull City will go into this clash as favourites – just the second time they have been in this position this season – and it is fair to say that they are a tricky team to catch week to week.
They beat Liverpool at The KC Stadium a month ago, but they were unable to put away Burnley in their last game at home.
Swansea City have improved substantially since Paul Clement took over as manager and they scored an impressive win over Burnley last weekend.
They have proven to be a profitable betting team as away underdogs over the past 12 months and on their recent form they should prove far too strong for their rivals.
Back Swansea City To Win @ $2.90
Monday 13 March, 3:00am, Anfield
Liverpool 2 - Burnley 1
Liverpool are the shortest-priced favourites of the weekend and they head into this clash on the back of an excellent win over Arsenal.
Beating the biggest clubs in the English Premier League has not been an issue for Liverpool, but they have struggled against smaller clubs and they were beaten by Burnley earlier this season.
Liverpool have now won 12 of their past 19 games as home favourites for a narrow profit and they have only lost a single game in this scenario over the past 12 months.
Burnley continue to struggle away from home and they are still chasing their first victory on the road this season.
It really is tough to see that win coming in this clash, but they are always a difficult team to break down.
Liverpool really should be able to get the job done comfortably, but there is no value at their current price.
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