Just eight weeks remain in the 2020/2021 Premier League season and there is plenty to play for across the entire table.
Tottenham takes on United but the biggest clash of the weekend comes from another part of London with West Ham hosting Leicester as both sides look to continue their push for Champions League football next season.
A big game in the relegation battle kicks off Matchweek 31 of the Premier League with Fulham taking on Wolves.
Find our match previews and best bets below.
Saturday 10 April, 5:00am, Craven Cottage
Fulham 0 – Wolves 1
This is one of those matches that Fulham absolutely has to win if they want to avoid playing second division football next year.
They head into the final stretch of the season three points from safety but having played an extra match than the teams they are trying to chase down.
Wolves on the other hand are nine points clear of the drop zone but would not be feeling entirely safe just yet with two draws and three defeats from their last five matches.
Outside of their win over Liverpool, Fulham’s form line is not exactly encouraging either with that victory the only positive result in their last five.
The market is understandably forecasting a low scoring contest with under 2.5 goals sitting at a still generous $1.55 considering the scoring woes of both teams.
Wolves have done a good job getting results against fellow strugglers and Fulham is definitely worthy of that definition themselves.
Back Wolves to Win @ $3.20
Saturday 10 April, 9:30pm, Etihad Stadium
Manchester City 1 – Leeds 2
With the Premier League title all but assured, the only question for Pep Guardiola’s side is how much would they like to win the title by.
Having taken a slender advantage in their Champions League tie during the week, the only major question for City now is whether they opt to rotate their squad ahead of the second leg.
Chances are Pep Guardiola will make a few tweaks but wholesale changes seem rather unlikely considering how driven he is to complete the quadruple.
This is the time to stick with a fairly successful strategy by backing City to win and keep a clean sheet on the way to another three points.
Back City to Win to Nil @ $2.20
Sunday 11 April, 12:00am, Anfield
Liverpool 2 – Aston Villa 1
It would be remiss to bring up this fixture without remembering the 7-2 humiliation Aston Villa inflicted on the defending champions earlier this season.
Admittedly that came about with a confluence of bizarre events lining up and Liverpool did exact some (very minor) revenge, bundling the Villains out of the FA Cup 4-1.
Liverpool had a horror show in the Champions League, losing to Real Madrid 3-1 (again) in the first leg of their Quarter Final.
With their continental hopes torn to shreds and their domestic ambitions mathematically over, the Reds can only push for a top four finish.
One of their major problems this season has been winning at Anfield, their one time fortress with six consecutive Premier League defeats following a pair of draws.
Their last win at the ground came on December 17 against Tottenham and Aston Villa is good enough to heap more pain onto the defending champions.
Back Aston Villa to Win @ $6.00
Sunday 11 April, 2:30am, Selhurst Park
Crystal Palace 1 – Chelsea 4
It’s fair to say Chelsea will be eager to forget their last Premier League outing where they were humiliated by relegation threatened West Brom.
That ended Thomas Tuchel’s unbeaten start to life in London however this should provide them with the perfect opportunity to get their top four charge back on track.
Palace really cannot score, registering just three goals in their last five games and having one of the worst attacks in the Premier League.
Some would say that the suspension of Thiago Silva for this match is a blessing in disguise for Chelsea after his Easter horror show.
The Blues should still have the fortitude and talent to see off the challenge of Palace here.
Back Chelsea to Win and Under 3.5 Goals @ $2.10
Sunday 11 April, 9:00pm, Turf Moor
Burnley 1 – Newcastle 2
Burnley gave us a nice reminder of why you cannot have too much faith in them when they blew a phenomenal start to lose to Southampton last week.
It does make you a little bit nervous when they take on another side that desperately needs a victory in Newcastle this weekend.
Newcastle is edging to safety with a literal one point at a time approach, drawing four of their last five.
Neither side inspires an awful lot of confidence right now so I’ll split the difference and land on a draw.
Back the Draw @ $3.10
Sunday 11 April, 11:05pm, London Stadium
West Ham 3 – Leicester 2
This is without a doubt the highest stakes attached to a match between Leicester and West Ham in a very long time.
Both of these teams are pushing for a top four spot and a place in Europe’s premiere club competition next season.
Leicester has stayed largely consistent at the season went along with a few blips on the way while West Ham has taken flight in the last few months.
That can all be attributed to one man, Jesse Lingard who has given the Irons a new lease of life since coming from Manchester United on loan.
As bizarre as this is to type out, it is an accurate statement.
West Ham’s form is too good to ignore at their current price and I’ll back them to come away with a much needed victory here.
Back West Ham to Win @ $2.85
Monday 12 April, 1:30am, Tottenham Stadium
Tottenham 1 – Manchester United 3
Tottenham handed Manchester United their worst defeat in recent memory with a 6-1 thrashing in October.
Unfortunately for Spurs that victory was probably the high point of their Premier League campaign to date with the side enduring a rough run of results in 2021.
Right now both sides know the price they will pay for losing and it would not be at all surprising to see an overly conservative draw.
Back the Draw @ $3.40
Monday 12 April, 4:00am, Brammall Lane
Sheffield United 0 – Arsenal 3
Sheffield United is the definition of unbackable week in week out, yet the market is still wary of Arsenal.
Historically dropping a late season game to a side desperate to avoid relegation is the Arsenal Modus Operandi but there is no way I can back the Blades in good conscience here.
It might not be the prettiest performance but the hosts really are that bad this season and a goal should be enough for the Gunners to bounce back from a two game Premier League winless run.
Back Arsenal to Win and Under 3.5 Goals @ $2.10
West Bromwich Albion
Tuesday 13 April, 3:00am, The Hawthorns
West Brom 3 – Southampton 0
This fixture brings us the two worst defences in the Premier League with the sides conceding a combined 112 goals through 60 matches.
It seems like an odd strategy then to back a low scoring contest but neither side inspires a whole lot of confidence going forward.
Back in October, when they were actually playing like a good football club, Southampton dispatched West Brom 2-0 but it’s worth remembering how bad both sides have been lately.
West Brom might have bucked their recent trend of avoiding the opposing goal at all costs by putting five past Chelsea but they are clearly an outlier with eight of their 25 Premier League goals coming against them.
Southampton on the other hand are just about safe from the drop but another point or two would not go astray.
I won’t expect a whole lot of highlights to come from this fixture and it could turn into a case of first goal wins.
Back Under 2.5 Goals @ $1.78
Brighton And Hove Albion
Tuesday 13 April, 5:15am, Amex Stadium
Brighton 0 – Everton 0
Everton have hit the wall at the worst possible time, losing three and drawing once in their last four, which included crashing out of the FA Cup.
That has seen them drop all the way to eighth place and moved their Champions League hopes from “ambitious” to “relying on a miracle” in the space of a month.
Historically they have not enjoyed their trips to the Amex Stadium with one point of a possible nine since Brighton’s ascension to the top division in 2017 and that came back in their debut season.
Even with history and form working against them, I just cannot make sense of the visitors being outsiders in the market.
I’ll jump on the value of the better side being underdogs to close out the round with a win.
Back Everton to Win @ $3.35
The Premier League rolls on with Matchweek 31 getting underway less than 24 hours after the conclusion of Week 30.
Some clubs will be glad to be back, others (Arsenal) will hope the past week was nothing more than a blip on the radar.
With the FA Cup Quarter Finals or more Premier League football on the horizon for every team squad depth is crucial.
We’ve previewed all ten matches to be played over the next three mornings and have made out predictions here.
Brighton And Hove Albion
Wednesday 24 June, 3:00am, King Power Stadium
Leicester 0 – Brighton 0
It’s fair to say that Leicester being held to a draw by Watford wasn’t the most encouraging scoreline from the Premier League’s return, especially shutting off for such a late equaliser.
Brighton on the other hand will be flying, having belted Arsenal every which way up and down the Amex Stadium pitch, they won their first competitive match since December 28.
Of course beating Arsenal isn’t as big of a deal today as it once was.
Leicester has not lost a Premier League match to Brighton, winning four of the five meetings including a 2-0 win in November and the value on offer for the Foxes here is too good to pass up.
Back Leicester to Win @ $1.70
Wednesday 24 June, 5:15am, Tottenham Stadium
Tottenham 2 – West Ham 0
This was always a fixture that was made by the fans trading barbs as opposed to the actual football, so we’ll have to see just how strong this rivalry is in an empty arena.
One thing that should help the intensity of this London derby is the fact that neither side can afford to drop points in this fixture.
West Ham is only out of the relegation zone on goal difference and could drop as low as 19th after this round of fixtures.
Spurs still have top four desires but currently sit nine points behind Chelsea with eight matches remaining.
The away side has won six of the last seven meetings between these two clubs which bodes well for the Hammers, but it would be irresponsible to back them to do anything other than lose this one.
SGM: Tottenham to Win & Harry Kane Anytime Goalscorer @ $2.58
Thursday 25 June, 3:00am, Old Trafford
Manchester United 3 – Sheffield United 0
12 months ago you would have been laughed at for calling this a clash of “top four hopefuls” but here we are.
United’s return to action wasn’t the prettiest but it was good enough taking a point off Tottenham, while Sheffield hit the wall badly in their second match back, blown off the park by Newcastle.
November’s 3-3 draw was entertaining but with the Blades thin squad seemingly struggling to keep up already, this could be the perfect opportunity for United to make a statement and push for a Champions League place.
Sheffield’s scoring woes are there for all to see and if United can score first there will be no catching them
Back Manchester United to Win to Nil @ $2.10
Thursday 25 June, 3:00am, St James’ Park
Newcastle United 1 – Aston Villa 1
Regardless of your opinion on Newcastle’s performances so far, Aston Villa remains a struggling side.
With just one point from their last six Premier League matches (and that was only because of a technological gaffe), Villa are firmly in the “back against at all costs” category.
If Newcastle can perform at even 50% of the level they did against Sheffield they should have no problems coming away with all three points and at that price, it’s well worth taking them.
Back Newcastle to Win @ $2.25
Thursday 25 June, 3:00am, Carrow Road
Norwich 0 – Everton 1
The only thing that might be standing in Everton’s way here is a hangover from their draw with Liverpool.
While it wasn’t your typical, raucous Merseyside Derby at Goodison Park, it was not an easy situation.
Norwich were nothing short of dreadful against Southampton, reminding us why they are five points adrift of 19th place on the Premier League table.
Like with Aston Villa, you have to back against Norwich at any opportunity, including this one.
Back Everton to Win @ $1.95
Thursday 25 June, 3:00am, Molineux Stadium
Wolves 1 – Bournemouth 0
Wolves had the perfect training run over the weekend, knocking off West Ham and have a chance to further sharpen their abilities against Bournemouth here.
Bournemouth were stunned by an early double from Crustal Palace and managed just one shot on target in their whole match.
Wolves might afford them some more scoring opportunities, but with the firepower the home side has, they should be able to take care of business.
It’s not the biggest price for them to win here but they are much, much better than Bournemouth and should be able to complete their first league double over the relegation threatened Cherries.
Back Wolves to Win @ $1.62
Thursday 25 June, 5:15am, Anfield
Liverpool 4 – Crystal Palace 0
As tempting as it is to start going on about how Liverpool’s bubble has burst and they still might blow the Premier League title, they won’t.
Everton at Goodison Park has always been a bogey spot for them and they should have no trouble getting by Crystal Palace here.
They have won the last five Premier League meetings between the two clubs and the memories of the collapse at Selhurst Park in May 2014 are well and truly in the past.
Three of Liverpool’s wins in this streak have featured three or more total goals and after falling flat against Everton, they should bounce back in a big way here, putting themselves in position to win the Premier League title as early as Friday morning.
SGM: Liverpool to Win & Over 2.5 Goals @ $1.83
Friday 26 June, 3:00am, Turf Moor
Burnley 1 – Watford 0
Burnley looked well off the pace in their return to action against a rampant Manchester City side, sputtering to a 5-0 defeat.
Watford gave their survival hopes a big boost, picking up a point with the last kick of the match against Leicester to move into 16th place.
Based solely off those performance, you have to like Watford to pull off an upset however you have to put an asterisk next to Burnley’s score.
The away side has profited in this head to head meeting with three wins and a draw in the last four meetings, including a 3-0 win for Burnley in November.
Watford has the fortitude to get something out of this game but I can’t quite back them to go all the way and pull off a win so the draw looks like the smart play for this match.
Back the Draw @ $3.10
Friday 26 June, 3:00am, St Mary’s Stadium
Southampton 0 – Arsenal 2
Where do we start with Arsenal?
Well, after an embarrassing collapse against Brighton where they showed all the fight of a traffic cone they now find themselves at the same price as Southampton, a club nobody should be rushing to back in any situation.
To the Saints credit, they took care of business against last placed Norwich, cruising to a 3-0 win.
With Arsenal’s defence in the shape it is, the safe play in this match is to back goals to be scored.
Maybe Arsenal bounces back and pulls off a win but there is little to no chance of them keeping a clean sheet and the more likely outcome has Southampton pulling off an “upset” of sorts.
Back Over 2.5 Goals @ $1.73
Friday 26 June, 5:15am, Stamford Bridge
Chelsea 2 – Manchester City 1
If Liverpool defeats Crystal Palace 24 hours prior to this match kicking off, this contest could set all sorts of viewership records in Liverpool.
Much like in 2016 with Leicester, Chelsea could play a pivotal role in deciding the Premier League title, provided they can pull off a win at Stamford Bridge.
The only difference here is that City is not all set up to collapse like Tottenham was four years ago, in fact it’s quite the opposite.
A combined 8-0 scoreline in their two matches since returning showed that Pep Guardiola’s men are desperate to keep this title race alive for as long as imaginable.
With an FA Cup Quarter Final on the horizon as well, City will want to avoid any drop off ahead of their clash with Newcastle.
Back Manchester City to Win @ $1.75
Only a few Premier League games on this weekend with half the schedule postponed to a later date with the FA Cup Quarter Finals on as well.
This weekend was supposed to be headlined by the Manchester Derby but with that now pushed to the back end of April, we will just have to wait.
For some teams not involved in the Cup they are about to enjoy a massive break with an international window coming up next weekend as well so they will have no excuse to come out flat.
Check out our previews, predictions and same game multis for the five games that are still scheduled for the weekend.
Sunday 17 March, 2:00am, Vitality Stadium
Bournemouth 2 – Newcastle 2
Newcastle was able to jump up to 13th place in the Premier League on the back of their win last week.
It was one to remember after trailing 2-0 before coming from behind in the second half to pick up a 3-0 win.
The Magpies have a chance to jump up to 12th place ahead of this weekend’s opponents Bournemouth and they have struggled to win away from home with just 2 wins from 14 games this season.
Those two away wins came against a struggling Burnley side and Championship-bound Huddersfield back in 2018.
Since then, there has been two draws and four losses away from home with three goals scored in that time.
That is an alarming trend that is just too hard to ignore, back Bournemouth to win here.
Back Bournemouth to Win @ $2.05
SGM: Bournemouth to Win, Under 2.5 Goals
Sunday 17 March, 2:00am, Turf Moor
Burnley 1 – Leicester 2
You have to hope this game will have a little bit more life to it than November’s 0-0 draw at the King Power Stadium.
Brendan Rodgers picked up his first official win as Leicester boss on the weekend getting his side past Fulham while Burnley slumped to its third successive loss against Liverpool.
Each of those three losses have come by two goals with the Clarets putting a scare into Liverpool before falling short.
If you had to shade a team here you would probably back Leicester, but away from home that’s a bit of a risk.
Instead look for the Both Teams to Score market, that has hit in six of Burnley’s last seven and each of Leicester’s last five.
Back Both Teams to Score @ $1.80
SGM: Leicester to Win, Both Teams to Score, Jamie Vardy Anytime Goalscorer
Sunday 17 March, 2:00am, London Stadium
West Ham 4 – Huddersfield 3
Just when you think you can have some faith in West Ham they remind you why you have to have plenty of caution when backing them.
After an encouraging run of form the Irons were brought back to earth with a shock loss to Cardiff and this week they take on another relegation battler in Huddersfield.
The Terriers have scored a grand total of one goal in their last four games, which lead to their only win in that time.
In the other three games they were held scoreless and over the course of this season, 14 of their 22 Premier League losses have come to nil.
West Ham’s current win price is more than enough if you are looking for a good head to head multi builder, but for a bit of value you can look for something a bit more focused, such as West Ham to win to nil or West Ham to keep a clean sheet.
Back West Ham to Win to Nil @ $2.63
SGM: West Ham to Win to Nil, Chicharito First Goalscorer
Monday 18 March, 1:15am, Craven Cottage
Fulham 1 – Liverpool 2
Liverpool have been pretty much boom or bust the last few weeks, either scoring for fun or being frustrated by opponents and the wind.
Fulham on the other hand have just been busts this season and it looks like their return to the Premier League will be short lived.
With 13 points between Fulham and safety, their relegation number sits at four losses before their return to the second division is confirmed.
Even with Liverpool being a bit up and down form wise, this looks like one of those games they will score plenty and give the Reds a chance to (temporarily at least) take back top spot in the Premier League.
Back Liverpool to Win & Over 3.5 Goals @ $2.63
SGM: Liverpool to Win, Over 3.5 Goals, Saido Mane and Roberto Firmino Anytime Goalscorers
Monday 18 March, 3:30am, Goodison Park
Everton 2 – Chelsea 0
Just four points split third from sixth and with Tottenham, Arsenal & Manchester United not featuring this weekend, Chelsea can springboard back onto level points alongside Arsenal.
Everton has been a real challenge for Chelsea in the last two meetings with consecutive scoreless draws in the last two Premier League meetings.
In the last five Premier League matches between these sides, Everton have been held scoreless every time so their recent goalscoring run might be put to the test here.
Chelsea on the other hand have looked decidedly average needing a late equaliser to get a point against Wolves last weekend.
With some of their squad likely to be rested from Friday’s trip to Dynamo Kyiv they will be coming out fresh and firing for this game.
Back Chelsea to Win @ $1.95
SGM: Chelsea to Win, Eden Hazard First Goalscorer, Both Teams to Score
Thursday 4 April, 5:45am, Tottenham Stadium
Tottenham 2 – Crystal Palace 0
MATCH POSTPONED TO WEEK 32
Brighton And Hove Albion
Wednesday 17 April, 4:45am, Amex Stadium
MATCH POSTPONED TO WEEK 34
Wednesday 24 April, 4:45am, Vicarage Road
MATCH POSTPONED TO WEEK 35
Wednesday 24 April, 4:45am, Molineux Stadium
MATCH POSTPONED TO WEEK 35
Thursday 25 April, 5:00am, Old Trafford
MATCH POSTPONED TO WEEK 35
Just four Premier League matches take place on the weekend as they were originally scheduled as the FA Cup forces the remaining six into postponements.
Of course, those clubs that are still participating in the Cup won’t mind the inconvenience of having to double up on their duty.
More interruptions are on their way in the form of 2018’s first and only pre-World Cup international window after this weekend so it presents the final chance for some fans to see their team in action before Easter.
Here are our previews of the four matches scheduled to take place this weekend and recommended plays.
Sunday 18 March, 2:00am, bet365 Stadium
A match between two sides that have been Premier League mainstays however Stoke’s decade long run in the top flight is in danger of ending.
They now face an Everton side who has had an advantage over them in recent meetings, claiming three of the last four in the Premier League.
Working in Stoke’s favour however is the fact that Everton’s form away from home this year has been poor at best with just one win.
The market here reflects Everton’s poor form on the road but there is plenty of value on off for them doubling their away wins total for the current season.
Back Everton to Win @ $3.10
Sunday 18 March, 2:00am, Kirklees Stadium
A six pointer featuring two teams at the bottom of the table as Huddersfield look to take one step closer to safety while Palace need three points to pull themselves out of the drop zone.
Huddersfield claimed all three points at Selhurst Park on the opening day of the season however seven months is a long time in football.
They have been able to generate enough results as of late to make them a competitive outing for most side they face.
Palace on the other hand have the second longest losing streak in the Premier League at four games and will not have won in over two months by the time they take to the pitch.
The market has this as a potentially close game but the form line is skewing towards Huddersfield picking up the points in front of their home fans.
Back Huddersfield to Win @ $2.75
West Bromwich Albion
Sunday 18 March, 2:00am, Selhurst Park
Bournemouth’s loss to Tottenham last week should not mask what has been overall, a profitable string of results post Christmas.
With four wins and five draws in the Premier League they are within touching distance of the 40 point mark which has traditionally meant safety for Premier League clubs.
West Brom are in need of a minor miracle to get themselves back into contention to be safe with five matches since their last Premier League point and six since their last win.
They have come close in recent matches however last weekend’s comprehensive defeat by Leicester had an air of inevitability about it.
This is a good price for anyone playing the bottom side in the Premier League at home.
Back Bournemouth to Win @ $1.85
Sunday 18 March, 4:30am, Anfield
Watford have not been afraid to take on the Premier League’s elite this season, taking points off Liverpool, Arsenal, Tottenham and Chelsea already.
That opening day 3-3 draw with Liverpool ended a three-match losing streak against them and has helped set up a season that is looking like turning out to be a successful one for the club.
Liverpool are yet to lose when playing in front of The Kop in the Premier League this season but have been held to draws on far too many occasions for their liking.
They have the only unbeaten home record aside from the Champions-elect Manchester City.
That run should continue here and the market reflects that expectation, expect a free scoring affair that Liverpool runs away with.
Back Liverpool to Win & Over 3.5 Goals @ $2.25
POSTPONED, Turf Moor
POSTPONED, King Power Stadium
POSTPONED, Liberty Stadium
POSTPONED, Olympic Stadium
Brighton & Hove Albion
POSTPONED, Etihad Stadium
It is only a very short break between match days and every team in the English Premier League is set to play multiple games in just a few days.
Every game is important at this stage of the season, but there is no doubt that the clash between Manchester City and Chelsea is the clear highlight of this midweek action.
There are a number of competitive fixtures during these midweek fixtures and you can find all the best betting plays below.
Wednesday 5 April, 4:45am, Turf Moor
Burnley 1 - Stoke City 0
Burnley suffered a rare loss in front of their home fans last weekend against Tottenham, but they are favourites to return to winning form against Stoke City.
They were far from disgraced against Tottenham and their record in front of their home fans continues to be outstanding – they have won nine of their past 15 games in front of their home fans for a clear profit.
Stoke City suffered their second straight loss when they went down to Leicester City last weekend and they continue to struggle away from home.
The Potters have won only one of their past 16 games as away underdogs for a clear loss and they continue to be a massive losing betting proposition as underdogs.
Burnley continue to be an excellent bet in front of their home fans at Turf Moor and they are good value to get the job done in this midweek fixute,
Back Burnley To Win @ $2.38
Wednesday 5 April, 4:45am, King Power Stadium
Leicester City 2 - Sunderland 0
Leicester City made it four English Premier League wins on the trot with a quality performance against Stoke City and they are clear favourites to continue their winning run.
Leicester City have thrived under the leadership of Craig Shakespeare and they have now won eight of their past 15 games as home favourites for a clear profit.
Relegation now looks like a certainty for Sunderland and they have not scored a goal in the English Premier League for over 2 months.
Sunderland have won only three of their past 16 games as away underdogs for a clear loss and taking them on in every metric has proven to be a winning play.
Leicester City are a very safe bet to maintain their winning form and they should be able to keep a clean sheet in the process.
Back Leicester City To Win To Nil @ $2.38
West Bromwich Albion
Wednesday 5 April, 4:45am, Vicarage Road
Watford 2 - West Bromwich Albion 0
There is very little between these two teams and it is Watford that will go into this clash as narrow favourites.
Watford scored a vital 1-0 win over Sunderland last weekend, but their record as home favourites still leaves something to be desired.
They have won only four of their past ten games as home favourites and five of these games have ended as draws.
West Bromwich Albion played out a scoreless draw with Manchester United and will go into this clash with plenty of confidence.
The Baggies have won only three of their past 18 games as away underdogs, but they have drawn seven of their games in this scenario and are more than capable of taking a point from this clash.
The draw really does standout in this clash and is a great bet at the current price.
Back The Draw @ $3.10
Wednesday 5 April, 5:00am, Old Trafford
Manchester United 1 - Everton 1
Manchester United dropped points once again last weekend, but they will still go into this clash with Everton as clear favourites.
Manchester United have still not lost in the English Premier League since October, but they have drawn four of their past eight games and are tough to trust from a betting standpoint.
The Red Devils have won only nine of their past 19 games as home favourites for a clear loss, while backing the draw continues to be a profitable play.
Everton were no match for Liverpool last weekend and they face another tough challenge against Manchester United.
Winning away from home has proven to be an issue for Everton this season and they have won only one of their past 10 games as away underdogs for a clear loss.
Everton have performed well against Manchester United in recent seasons and they are capable of taking at least a point from this clash.
Back The Draw @ $4
West Ham United
Thursday 6 April, 4:45am, Emirates Stadium
Arsenal 3 - West Ham United 0
Arsenal have won just one of their past six English Premier League games, but they will still go into this clash as clear favourites.
While Arsenal have been a tough side to trust this season, they have still won 12 of their past 16 games as home favourites for a narrow profit.
West Ham United let slip a golden opportunity against Hull City last weekend and they have now loss four English Premier League games in a row.
They have won only four of their past 15 games as away underdogs for a clear loss and their recent form really doesn’t inspire confidence.
This is a match that the market looks to have got just about right and I am happy to stay out from a betting perspective.
Thursday 6 April, 4:45am, The KC Stadium
Hull City 4 - Middlesbrough 2
This is a classic game for both sides that are locked in the relegation battle.
Hull City did their chances of survival a big favour when they beat West Ham last weekend and they will start this clash as clear favourites.
The Tigers have now won two of their three games as home favourites this season and their record in front of their home fans is excellent.
Middlesbrough cannot find a way to win and they are still chasing their first English Premier League victory of 2017.
They have won just the one game away from home this season, but they are generally tough to break down and they have drawn seven of their past 14 games in this scenario.
Hull City really should be able to claim all three points from this clash and take another big step towards survival.
Back Hull City To Win @ $2.05
Thursday 6 April, 4:45am, Liberty Stadium
Swansea City 1 - Tottenham Hotspur 3
Tottenham closed at the top of the English Premier League by three points and they are clear favourites to win again against Swansea City.
Tottenham handled what could have been a tricky fixture against Burnley with plenty of composure and they have now won four games on the trot.
They have won six of their past 11 games as away underdogs for a narrow profit, but they have drawn four games in this scenario.
Swansea City dropped points they can’t really afford to drop against Middlesbrough and they obviously face a tough challenge this weekend.
The Welsh outfit have proven tough to beat at Liberty Stadium this season and they have won three of their nine games as home underdogs for a small profit.
Tottenham should be able to continue their winning run, but there is no value at their current price and I am happy to stay out from a betting standpoint.
Thursday 6 April, 4:45am, St Mary's Stadium
Southampton 3 - Crystal Palace 1
Crystal Palace scored a big upset win over Chelsea, but it is Southampton that will go into this clash as clear favourites.
Southampton failed to break down Bournemouth last weekend and they continue to struggle for consistency in the English Premier League.
The Saints have still proven to be a profitable betting play as home favourites this season – they have won eight of their past 13 games as home favourites for a narrow profit.
Crystal Palace produced their best performance of the season to beat Chelsea and they have recorded four wins on the trot in impressive fashion.
They have now won five of their past 17 games as away underdogs for a clear profit and they will go into this clash with plenty of confidence.
I am more than happy to take on Southampton in this clash and the $4.75 on offer for a Crystal Palace victory is well and truly over the odds.
Back Crystal Palace To Win @ $4.75
Thursday 6 April, 5:00am, Stamford Bridge
Chelsea 2 - Manchester City 1
This is clearly the highlight of these midweek fixtures and a must-win for Manchester City if they are to keep their very slim title hopes alive.
Chelsea suffered a shock loss at the hands of Crystal Palace last weekend, but they will still go into this clash as narrow favourites.
Last weekend was the first time that Chelsea have lost at Stamford Bridge in 2017 and they have still proven to be a profitable betting play as home favourites this season – they have won 12 of their past 17 games in this scenario.
Manchester City played out an entertaining 2-2 draw with Arsenal on Monday morning and a lack of composure at the back continues to be an issue for this side.
Winning away from home has not been an issue for Manchester City this season and they have won two of their past four games as away underdogs for a clear profit.
The one market that does stand in this clash is the Total Goals betting.
Over 2.5 goals have been scored in 14 of the past 17 games played at Stamford Bridge and backing the over has also proven to be a profitable betting play in Manchester City fixtures.
The $1.85 on offer for more than two goals to be scored is simply outstanding value.
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Thursday April, 5:00am, Anfield
Liverpool 2 - Bournemouth 2
Liverpool were far too strong for Everton last weekend and it is no surprise that they will go into this clash as clear favourites.
One of the big improvements for Liverpool this season has been their record at Anfield and they have won 14 of their past 20 games as home favourites for a clear profit.
Bournemouth claimed a fighting point for their clash with Southampton last weekend and they have not lost an English Premier League fixture for over a month.
Winning away from home has still proven to be an issue for the Cherries – they have won only two of their past 15 games as away underdogs for a clear loss.
This is another game where the value lies in their being plenty of goals and I am confident that Liverpool will win, but both teams will score.
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