2023/2024 EPL Week 33 Preview

It’s a pick your poison weekend in the Premier League with tantalising clashes across the weekend with every match impacting either the title race, a battle for Europe or the relegation fight.

Sandwiched between their Champions League dates with Bayern Munich, Arsenal’s clash with Aston Villa is the headline affair this weekend, while title rivals Liverpool and Manchester City are at home to Crystal Palace and Luton respectively.

Once again Newcastle kicks off the weekend with a chance to go up to sixth spot, if they can defeat top four contenders Tottenham which is no easy task.

Five points separate the teams from 14th to 18th and Everton gets the “honour” of playing last with their match against Chelsea set for Tuesday morning.

There is no room for error for many teams at this time of year and every match matters, so read on for our best bets and previews below.

Newcastle vs Tottenham
Saturday 13 April, 9:30pm, St James’ Park
Newcastle 4 – Tottenham 0

If you were trying to succinctly summarise the performances of these teams this season, the word “consistent” really would not apply to either of them.

After offering so much in terms of promise at the start of the season, Newcastle has taken a backwards step and their best case scenario is now sixth.

Spurs on the other hand have done well in the post-Harry Kane world and are still very much in contention to play Champions League football next season.

However both of these clubs just can’t seem to put it together for an extended stretch at the moment, Newcastle has not won back to back Premier League games since early December and Spurs have only backed up a league victory with another three points twice in that same period.

Both of these teams are coming off much needed wins last weekend, and the market is having a hard time splitting them.

While the temptation is to back the overs, there is a very high premium taking those options with 2.5 at $1.33 and the 3.5 at just $1.83.

It has been a while since these two sides played out a draw (April 2021 in fact), but that is the only option here I feel even remotely confident in backing.

Draw @ $3.80

Brentford vs Sheffield United
Sunday 14 April, 12:00am, Gtech Community Stadium
Brentford 2 – Sheffield 0

The Blades are not in a position where they can be mathematically relegated with their next defeat, but with a nine point gap to overcome and just seven matches to do it in, they probably don’t want to linger around.

A trip to Brentford is always a tricky assignment, but the Blades don’t have too many more matches on their fixture list where you can see at least a slim path to victory.

However with three wins from 31 games this season, there is no way anyone can feel good backing Sheffield to win.

The problem with Brentford is that they aren’t doing that well themselves, picking up four points from their last nine matches, all of which have come from draws.

It’s not the biggest value play, but both teams to score is one of the few options that sticks out in this market, that has hit in six of Brentford’s last seven and Sheffield’s last four.

Both Teams to Score @ $1.67

Burnley vs Brighton And Hove Albion
Sunday 14 April, 12:00am, Turf Moor
Burnley 1 – Brighton 1

Six points, that is the deficit to Nottingham Forest that Burnley has to run down to get out of the relegation zone and it’s more like seven with the goal difference not in the Claret’s favour.

With a win and a draw from their last two home games, that has almost doubled their return on the season at Turf Moor, which is a big reason why they are in such a desperate situation.

Giving them some hope here is the fact Brighton has not been that good away from home in the last couple of months with one win and a draw from their last eight road trips.

While backing the overs and both teams to score was profitable in Brighton’s matches early on this season, the goals have really dried up for the Seagulls.

They have not scored in 268 minutes of football and have not scored multiple goals in a match since February 19 against Sheffield United, I haven’t got high hopes for this game.

Under 2.5 Goals @ $2.25

Manchester City vs Luton
Sunday 14 April, 12:00am, Etihad Stadium
Manchester City 5 – Luton 1

Ten years ago, you might have worried that this would be a potential trap game for City with this coming in between the two legs of their Champions League Quarter Final with Real Madrid.

But Pep Guardiola’s men have to win this game to stay in touch with Arsenal and Liverpool in the title race and capitalise on any slips.

Plus, given they have assembled a squad under the John Hammond mantra of “we spared no expense” they will still field a damn good team even if Guardiola opts to rotate.

Kevin De Bruyne and Jeremy Doku didn’t feature on Wednesday morning and Julian Alvarez came on in the 87th minute so there will be plenty of fresh legs to call on.

With next to no value on offer to just back City to win and in the handicap markets, I’ll jump on the Belgian maestro to feature in this match and get on the scoresheet.

Kevin De Bruyne Anytime Goalscorer @ $2.40

Nottingham Forest vs Wolves
Sunday 14 April, 12:00am, The City Ground
Nottingham 2 – Wolves 2

We could be in for an interesting reunion between Forest manager Nuno Espirito Santo and his former club Wolves.

The Portuguese boss guided Wolves for four seasons, taking them to the Quarter Finals of the Europa League before leaving for Tottenham in an ill-fated and short lived stint.

He lost his one match against his former club in that time and he will be hoping to square the ledger here.

Unfortunately they are coming up against a frustrated and motivated Wolves side who will be looking to vent some frustration out on their opponent after feeling like they were robbed of a draw last week.

However Forest have been a decent side at home this season, taking points in nine of 16 matches at The City Ground.

They have won two and drawn once from their last four and all three Premier League meetings between these sides have been tightly fought, with a Wolves win last season preceding two draws.

There is a case to be made for both teams and they kind of cancel each other out so I’m going to back the draw as the points get shared.

Draw @ $3.40

Bournemouth vs Manchester United
Monday 15 April, 2:30am, Vitality Stadium
Bournemouth 2 – Manchester United 2

Saturday night’s action wraps up at the Vitality Stadium as one of the more in-form teams in the Premier League will host an out of sorts Manchester United.

Bournemouth’s unbeaten run came to an end against Luton last week but they have only themselves to blame, letting a lead slide in the final 20 minutes and registering just one shot on target during the match.

If they can sort those issues out here they can absolutely get something from the match, after all, the Cherries went to Old Trafford in December and recorded an emphatic 3-0 win.

But there is value to be had on Manchester United in spite of their recent tough run of fixtures.

They are winless in their last three matches, but taking a point off Liverpool last weekend was a big result for the squad.

It might not be the prettiest performance but United are a much better chance than their $2.70 quote and I’ll be jumping on them to win.

Manchester United to Win @ $2.70

Liverpool vs Crystal Palace
Sunday 14 April, 11:00pm, Anfield
Liverpool 0 – Crystal Palace 1

While the Reds had to scratch and claw their way to a draw with Manchester United last weekend, they face a slightly easier task in the form of Crystal Palace this weekend.

Perhaps their biggest obstacle is recovering from their Europa League tie on Friday morning given Jurgen Klopp’s insistence that his side is in the midst of the worst injury crisis in sporting history.

While they will be without a number of key contributors including Alliso, Thiago, Joel Matip and they are also missing Trent Alexander-Arnold, they like City still have an incredibly strong team to call on.

Mo Salah is still one of the Premier League’s best players and remains as productive as ever.

Defensively they might be a bit light on and it will probably stop them keeping a clean sheet but they can easily account for Palace here.

Liverpool to Win and Both Teams to Score @ $2.60

West Ham vs Fulham
Sunday 14 April, 11:00pm, London Stadium
West Ham 0 – Fulham 2

On their day both teams are good enough to win this match in a canter, but consistency has been a real issue for both.

In the case of West Ham, especially on the back of their Europa League commitments, which they have to participate in this Friday with a trip to Leverkusen.

They drew both Premier League fixtures after their Round of 16 ties and Fulham is due for a rebound at some stage soon.

I’m happy to avoid the result markets here and stick to the overs market, it’s not the big value but both teams have the attacking firepower to at least score a few goals.

Over 2.5 Goals @ $1.62

Arsenal vs Aston Villa
Monday 15 April, 2:30am, Emirates Stadium
Arsenal 0 – Aston Villa 2

While Manchester City and Liverpool have (relatively) easy assignments this weekend, Arsenal is in the midst of a nightmare month of fixtures and this clash with Aston Villa is going to be a tricky task.

The Gunners have lost one league match at the Emirates Stadium all season, but this one comes in a bad spot for them.

Not to mention, Villa defeated them 1-0 in the Midlands back in December and they are chasing a top four finish themselves.

There is not as big of a gap between these teams as the market would suggest and the price on Villa to get something in the double chance market is way too high.

Aston Villa Win/Draw Double Chance @ $3.70

Chelsea vs Everton
Tuesday 16 April, 5:00am, Stamford Bridge
Chelsea 6 – Everton 0

While last week’s draw with Sheffield United was not a high point for Chelsea’s season, it was not a low point either which says a lot about where the Blues are.

Mauricio Pochettino’s team have now gone seven matches without defeat and are back in the top ten, with a great chance to consolidate their position this weekend.

Everton has shown some signs of returning to Dyche-ball in their last two matches with a 1-1 draw at Newcastle and a 1-0 win over Burnley, but they will be drawn out of their shell here.

Chelsea has become the box office team of the Premier League with the goals flying in over the last month, for better or worse.

I like the Blues to win here and extend their unbeaten run to eight, but given they have conceded at least two goals in each outing during this streak, their chances of a clean sheet seem incredibly low.

Chelsea to Win and Both Teams to Score @ $2.90


It’s a quick turnaround for the Premier League clubs as they face a full midweek set of fixtures with just six games remaining.

Headlining the action is a potential title decider at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester with Manchester City taking on Arsenal.

However there are potentially telling contests at the other end of the table as well with the relegation battle continuing the heat up as the pressure mounts on those in the bottom three.

We’ve got you covered with our Premier League previews and best bets below so read on and find out who we are backing.

Wolves vs Crystal Palace
Wednesday 26 April, 4:30am, Molineux Stadium
Wolves 2 – Crystal Palace 0

Palace’s winning run came to an end with a frustrating draw against Everton on the weekend but it does feel like the market is slightly overreacting to that result.

Especially when you consider that they are taking on a Wolves side that went down at the King Power Stadium to give Leicester a boost in their quest for survival.

There are a few different ways this one could go but with both teams closing in on securing their top flight status for next season, a draw would not be the worst outcome for both and quite frankly, there is not a lot between these teams.

Draw @ $3.10

Aston Villa vs Fulham
Wednesday 26 April, 4:45am, Villa Park
Aston Villa 1 – Fulham 0

Villa’s charmed run was brought to a halt by a resolute Brentford side who held Unai Emery’s men to a 1-1 draw on the weekend.

However it’s a result punters should be willing to forgive as a letdown was seemingly inevitable after such a long run and coming arguably their best win of the season over Newcastle.

Fulham picked up its second successive win on the weekend knocking off Leeds however when you consider both victories came against relegation threatened opponents, you have to question if they can handle the step up in opponent.

Villa should handle this one and it’s at a decent enough price you can just take it as is.

Aston Villa to Win @ $1.75

Leeds vs Leicester
Wednesday 26 April, 5:00am, Elland Road
Leeds 1 – Leicester 1

If you had to pick sides in this one, you’d get splinters from sitting on the fence because neither team has offered a whole lot to feel confident in their chances here.

Leeds have the look of a team resigned to their relegation fate as they slumped to another defeat on the weekend.

Leicester’s form line is not much better although they do have the confidence of a big win on the weekend to pull themselves up to 17th spot on the Premier League table.

Neither side has offered a whole lot in defence and the overs looks to be the way to go.

That market has hit in Leeds’ last seven matches and six of Leicester’s last nine.

Over 2.5 Goals @ $1.73

Nottingham Forest vs Brighton And Hove Albion
Thursday 27 April, 4:30am, The City Ground
Nottingham Forest 3 – Brighton 1

Against just about any other opponent, you might think about taking on Brighton here, but Forest remains a stay away prospect for punters.

Their winless run reached 11 games on the weekend with a 3-2 defeat at Anfield and frankly, they just do not seem like they are going to find a way to put it all together over the next month.

Brighton is coming off a draining (and more importantly heartbreaking) loss on penalties in the FA Cup Semi Final on the weekend, but they have well and truly earned the benefit of the doubt.

Look for the Seagulls to put that loss behind them and get their push for a Champions League spot on track with a much needed three points.

Brighton to Win & Over 2.5 Goals @ $2.25

Chelsea vs Brentford
Thursday 27 April, 4:45am, Stamford Bridge
Chelsea 0 – Brentford 2

After their Champions League elimination last weekend, Chelsea had a weekend off to try and sort themselves out ahead of the run home.

However the big issue for the Blues is that their anaemic attack continues to be a big issue with just the one goal in their last six fixtures in all competitions.

Brentford is enduring a similarly lean spell both in terms of results and in front of goal with the side’s hot and cold form seeing them pick up just three points from their last six outings.

Whoever scores first might win this one.

Under 2.5 Goals @ $1.85

West Ham vs Liverpool
Thursday 27 April, 4:45am, London Stadium
West Ham 1 – Liverpool 2

Liverpool heads to the London Stadium to take on West Ham with both sides brimming with confidence after some impressive results in the last fortnight.

They have picked up two draws and two wins apiece from their last four, with both recording massive 2-2 draws against league leaders Arsenal in that run.

However the ominous form of Mo Salah at Liverpool is too hard to ignore as the Reds Egyptian maestro looks like he might be rediscovering that magic touch.

Whoever wins is going to need to find a way to score a couple of goals with both attacks coming to life and the overs is a good leg to pair with a Reds win.

Liverpool to Win and Over 2.5 Goals @ $2.65

Manchester City vs Arsenal
Thursday 27 April, 5:00am, Etihad Stadium
Manchester City 4 – Arsenal 1

It really is put up or shut up time for Arsenal, with the Gunners subjected to a third consecutive draw putting their title charge in massive jeopardy.

A trip to the Etihad is the last thing Mikel Arteta would have been hoping for with his side’s confidence severely shaken, especially with their defence conceding seven goals in those three draws.

The absence of William Saliba has been felt in the worst possible way, and with Erling Haaland and company on the cards, it is lining up perfectly for City to continue their run to another Premier League title.

City have already knocked Arsenal off twice this year and there is no reason to think this one is going to go any differently.

Manchester City to Win and Over 2.5 Goals @ $2.15

Everton vs Newcastle
Friday 28 April, 4:45am, Goodison Park
Everton 1 – Newcastle 4

Better to get on this market early because Newcastle’s price should drop quite drastically as kickoff approaches.

Everton might have taken a point of Crystal Palace but Newcastle is coming off a huge rebound win over Tottenham.

If the Magpies play anywhere close to the level they were at on Sunday night, this one won’t be close at all.

Newcastle to Win @ $1.80

Southampton vs Bournemouth
Friday 28 April, 4:45am, St Mary’s Stadium
Southampton 0 – Bournemouth 1

Neither of these teams can defend at the moment, with both sets of defenders hardly covering themselves in glory.

While the Saints did take a point from the Emirates on Saturday morning, they did give up three goals to the Gunners, the third time in their last five matches they have given up at least three goals.

Bournemouth were put to the sword by West Ham and would up on the wrong end of a 4-0 scoreline, the third time in the last four matches they have given up multiple goals.

Don’t force a selection on a winner here, just take the over.

Over 2.5 Goals @ $2.02

Tottenham vs Manchester United
Friday 28 April, 5:15am, Tottenham Stadium
Tottenham 2 – Manchester United 2

Heading into last weekend the tip would have been to straddle the fence and back the draw, but Spurs looked really bad last weekend.

Down 5-0 at halftime, you could forgive even the most ardent of supporters for thinking they were better off doing some yardwork as opposed to going through that tortuous process.

United had to work for 120 minutes against Brighton in the FA Cup Semi Final but they got the result they needed (albeit on penalties).

More than anything else though, you have to take on Spurs in their current form.

Manchester United to Win @ $2.15


There are just six matches in the English Premier League this weekend with the FA Cup Semi Finals forcing four postponements.

For the clubs still in action, the race for the top four takes centre stage with Tottenham, Arsenal, West Ham and Manchester United all in action.

Read on for our Premier League previews and best bets for the coming weekend.

Tottenham vs Brighton And Hove Albion
Saturday 16 April, 9:30pm, Tottenham Stadium
Tottenham 0 – Brighton 1

Brighton has already put a dent in one North London club’s Champions League aspirations with a win against Arsenal last week and will have a chance to do it again as they venture back to the capital.

Spurs come into this match in a slightly richer vein of form however, winning their last four games by a combined score of 14-2 with Son leading the charge, scoring six goals in that run.

That streak began in mid-March with Spurs recording a 2-0 win at the Amex Stadium and in their current form you have to fancy their chances of recording another comfortable victory.

For a bit of extra value, combine Spurs in the handicap market with a Son Anytime Goalscorer play to ideally get your weekend off to a winning start.

SGM: Tottenham -1 Goal & Son Heung-Min Anytime Goalscorer @ $3.40

Manchester United vs Norwich
Sunday 17 April, 1:00am, Old Trafford
Manchester United 3 – Norwich 2

United is chasing a top four spot and Norwich is trying to avoid relegation, this is a simple one isn’t it?

Not if you have watched United in recent weeks as they have won just one of their last seven matches in all competitions and failed to score more than one goal in every game bar their win over Tottenham.

Norwich has taken points from its last two matches with a draw away to Brighton and a win over Burnley, however history is not on their side for this fixture.

Of the last ten meetings between the clubs, United has won nine of them including a 1-0 win a fortnight before Christmas.

United should take this but considering they just lost to Everton, there is no way I can back them with any confidence here.

Where there is value is in the total goals market and specifically the under, this could turn into a grind of a game regardless of the result.

Back Under 2.5 Goals @ $2.40

Southampton vs Arsenal
Sunday 17 April, 1:00am, St James’ Park
Southampton 1 – Arsenal 0

Are we back to the same old Arsenal from a decade ago that falters in the latter stages of the season?

A combination of injuries and out of form players have left Mikel Arteta with a real dilemma as he tries to right a ship that was cruising along a month ago.

It might be of little comfort, but Southampton is in an even worse run of form, winless in their last six matches with just the one draw in that time.

The question for this match then is this, which team do you trust more to get their season back on track?

Neither is a perfectly valid answer but history is on the Gunners’ side with wins in four of the last six Premier League meetings between the two clubs.

Back Arsenal to Win @ $1.88

Watford vs Brentford
Sunday 17 April, 1:00am, Vicarage Road
Watford 1 – Brentford 2

Brentford is buzzing as they inch closer to securing Premier League survival thanks to 12 points in their last four outings including some of their best performances of the season.

It’s been the complete opposite for Watford with just three points from their last five and it’s hard to understand why the market has these sides as close as they do.

Take the value on Brentford on the road.

Back Brentford to Win @ $2.55

Newcastle vs Leicester
Sunday 17 April, 11:15pm, St James’ Park
Newcastle 2 – Leicester 1

We could be in for a goalfest on Tyneside on Sunday night if the history of this fixture is anything to go by.

Nine of the last 12 Premier League meetings between these two have seen at least three goals scored and a fortnight ago Newcastle shipped five against Tottenham.

Over 2.5 goals has hit in 18 of Leicester’s matches this season.

Back Over 2.5 Goals @ $1.85

West Ham vs Burnley
Sunday 17 April, 11:15pm, London Stadium
West Ham 1 – Burnley 1

West Ham’s league form has been spotty as they now sit six points out of fourth place and in need of a good run of results to erase that deficit.

Burnley’s form has just been poor with one win in their last seven, leaving them sitting in the relegation zone.

Scoring has been a real issue for them with each of their last seven defeats coming with them being kept goalless.

Considering West Ham will be backing up from a Europa League tie, they may not be in position to blow Burnley out of the water, so the play for this game is to take a low scoring contest.

Back West Ham to Win & Under 3.5 Goals @ $2.38


Aston Villa vs Liverpool
Wednesday 11 May, 5:00am, Villa Park
Leeds vs Chelsea
Thursday 12 May, 4:30am, Elland Road
Everton vs Crystal Palace
Friday 20 May, 1:00am, Goodison Park


Wolves vs Manchester City
TBC, Molineux Stadium


Just eight matches make up Week 33 of the English Premier League, with Manchester City and Tottenham playing the Carabao Cup Final.

Headlining this weekend’s fixtures is a match of arguably far greater importance (and interest) with West Ham and Chelsea battling for fourth spot.

We are previewing every match below so read on and see who we are backing.

Arsenal vs Everton
Saturday 24 April, 5:00am, Emirates Stadium
Arsenal 0 – Everton 1

It’s been a rough week for Arsenal fans as they struggle to work out what is the leading cause of their club induced migraines.

Between the failed Super League attempt, a frustrating draw with Fulham and the club languishing in the middle of the Premier League table, there’s a few likely reasons.

Not helping the first team earn back some of that good will is the fact they head into this match without both of their leading striker options in Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (malaria) and Alex Lacazette (injury).

When you factor in the likely absence of a handful of other players including Kieran Tierney, there’s a great case to be made for Everton ending their six match winless run.

The Toffees battled hard in their draw with Tottenham last week and if they can play with that same level of commitment here, they could very well do it.

With no strikers for the hosts, I’ll back the upset.

Back Everton to Win @ $3.80

Liverpool vs Newcastle
Saturday 24 April, 9:30pm, Anfield
Liverpool 1 – Newcastle 1

A scoreless draw with Newcastle on New Years Eve helped kick start Liverpool’s horror start to 2021 however they have started to find their footing in the last few weeks.

They are unbeaten in their last four Premier League matches with 10 points coming from those fixtures to give them a chance of climbing into the top four.

Newcastle is coming into this match with a bit of encouraging form behind them as well with seven points from their last three outings, giving them some breathing space as they try to stay above the relegation zone.

Liverpool should win this but their head to head price is far too short to back, however there is value in the Both Teams to Score market.

That has been a strong play in Newcastle matches thus far and Liverpool’s backline is not the impenetrable wall it was a season ago.

Back Both Teams to Score @ $2.05

West Ham vs Chelsea
Sunday 25 April, 2:30am, London Stadium
West Ham 0 – Chelsea 1

This is undoubtedly the biggest fixture of the entire weekend (Carabao Cup Final included) with the top four ambitions of these London clubs going on the line.

A victory for either side would at least temporarily springboard the winner into third place while a draw could open an opportunity for Liverpool to leapfrog both clubs with a big enough margin of victory.

Domestically it has not been a smooth ride for Chelsea with just one win from their last four taking some of the shine off their progression to the Champions League Semi Finals.

This match will also be a huge clash of contrasting styles with Chelsea’s rigid defence taking on a West Ham side that just cannot stop scoring.

At the current pricing, the market is expecting a Chelsea dominated clash with value on Over 2.5 Goals but West Ham is a much better chance than their current price.

Back West Ham to Win @ $4.50

Sheffield United vs Brighton And Hove Albion
Sunday 25 April, 5:00am, Bramall Lane
Sheffield United 1 – Brighton 0

Let’s not overcomplicate this one, it might be a match between two bad teams but Brighton is still a much better side than Sheffield.

The Blades are going down and have noting left to play for while Brighton can take another step towards safety with a win here.

It’s not the biggest value play but there’s no good argument for backing anything other than a Brighton victory.

Back Brighton to Win @ $1.73

Wolves vs Burnley
Sunday 25 April, 9:00pm, Molineux Stadium
Wolves 0 – Burnley 4

A pair of wins against relegation battlers Fulham and Sheffield United have put Wolves up into 12th place, although there was not a lot to like about either win.

Both were stumbling 1-0 results that did not exactly inspire confidence but they take on another struggler in Burnley this weekend.

They have lost their last three matches and are far from safe but it’s almost impossible to back them here.

Wolves should win but it won’t be overly pretty, one goal might be enough.

Back Wolves to Win and Under 2.5 Goals @ $3.75

Leeds vs Manchester United
Sunday 25 April, 11:00pm, Elland Road
Leeds 0 – Manchester United 0

It’s tough to back against Manchester United at the moment, winners of their last five Premier League matches and six in all competitions.

Leeds will put up a solid fight however, they have gone five matches without defeat with both teams to score hitting in their last four.

The hosts in this match are more than capable of springing an upset, so much so I’ll avoid backing United (even though I would take them in a tipping competition) and take a slightly safer play at around the same value.

United has scored at least two goals in their last five matches so I’ll back both teams

Back Both Teams to Score and Over 2.5 Goals @ $1.87

Aston Villa vs West Bromwich Albion
Monday 26 April, 4:00am, Villa Park
Aston Villa 2 – West Brom 2

West Brom’s hopes of a massive turnaround in form to try and escape relegation took a blow with Friday morning’s loss to Leicester.

Villa might be coming into this fixture on the back of two straight defeats to Liverpool and Manchester City, but they should still be able to take care of business against a struggling opponent here.

West Brom’s defensive frailties will be a huge reason they go down to the Championship and I’ll back the Villa strikers to get their campaign back on the right track.

Back Aston Villa to Win @ $1.85

Leicester vs Crystal Palace
Tuesday 27 April, 5:00am, King Power Stadium
Leicester 2 – Crystal Palace 1

Leicester has an excellent opportunity to cement their spot in the top four with Chelsea and West Ham, their nearest challengers for third spot, playing one another.

They should see this fixture with Palace as a very winnable match with the visitors having won once of their last six, with the one win coming over West Brom.

Four of Leicester’s last five matches have featured at least three goals and if their strike force of Vardy and Ihenacho fires early, they could be in for a stat-boosting day.

Back Leicester to Win & Over 2.5 Goals @ $2.45


On a weekend where we should have been preparing for the quarter finals at Euro 2020, the Premier League is filling that void instead.

The race for the top four is still very much up for grabs with Leicester and Chelsea both looking to bounce back from dropped points during the week.

At the other end of the table West Ham will be desperate to take another step away from the relegation zone when they take on Newcastle.

We’ve previewed all 10 Premier League matches this weekend right here.

Norwich vs Brighton And Hove Albion
Saturday 4th July, 9:30pm, Carrow Road
Norwich 0 – Brighton 1

Three points for Brighton could be enough to secure their Premier League future as it could open up a nine point gap on 18th placed Aston Villa.

It’s fair to say there’s slightly less confidence going around the Norwich team at the moment with the side held scoreless in their three Premier League matches since the return of football.

Brighton is not exactly a free scoring team themselves, registering two goals in their last three matches, both of which came in their win over Arsenal.

At this point though you have to back against Norwich in every remaining match and with their leaky backline, Brighton should find a way through.

Back Brighton to Win @ $2.20

Leicester vs Crystal Palace
Sunday 5th July, 12:00am, King Power Stadium
Leicester 3 – Crystal Palace 0

It’s only natural to be a little nervous backing Leicester after their winless run continued, going down to Everton.

On the plus side they did score their first goal since their return round draw with Watford but it still wasn’t enough.

It’s unlikely either side does a whole lot of anything in this match and a draw is the way to go.

Back the Draw @ $3.50

Manchester United vs Bournemouth
Sunday 5th July, 12:00am, Old Trafford
Manchester United 5 – Bournemouth 2

The only way this match is not a massive blowout in favour of United is if they show up in a similar state to Liverpool for their clash with Manchester City.

With a Champions League berth up for grabs the Red Devils will surely be up for this game, looking to take away all three points.

Bournemouth is still looking for its first point since the resumption of football bit with one of the worst attacks in the Premier League this looks like it’ll be another rough outing for the Cherries.

Back Manchester United to Win to Nil @ $1.73

Wolverhampton vs Arsenal
Sunday 5th July, 2:30am, Emirates Stadium
Wolves 0 – Arsenal 2

Could Arsenal really be back or have they just been able to take advantage of a couple of rubbish opponents?

This could be the perfect test for them as Wolves try to keep touch in the Champions League race.

The home side has won all three of their Premier League matches since the return of football and kept three straight clean sheets in that time.

With three straight wins themselves, Arsenal’s confidence will be at a season high, but this is still Arsenal on the road, I just can’t back them here.

Back Wolves to Win @ $2.25

Chelsea vs Watford
Sunday 5th July, 5:00am, Stamford Bridge
Chelsea 3 – Watford 0

There’s a long history of high scoring encounters in this fixture with the last seven matches all having three or more goals and six of them also saw both teams to score hit.

All bar one of those seven matches saw a Chelsea victory as well and that’s forming the basis of our same game multi for this one.

The Blues should bounce back from their embarrassing loss to West Ham here and with Christian Pulisic in fine form we’ll also back him to score another goal.

SGM: Chelsea to Win, Over 2.5 Goals & Christian Pulisic Anytime Goalscorer @ $3.96

Burnley vs Sheffield United
Sunday 5th July, 9:00pm, Turf Moor
Burnley 1 – Sheffield United 1

Who could have seen Sheffield’s three goal explosion against Tottenham coming?

The Blades finally got their resumed season on track with a win on Friday morning and now have to back up with a clash they simply cannot afford to lose.

Back to back wins have Burnley in touching distance of a Europa League berth and a win could see them skyrocket from tenth to seventh.

This one will be a battle for the defending purists as both sides are happy to get involved in an arm wrestle.

Back Under 1.5 Goals @ $2.45


Newcastle vs West Ham
Sunday 5th July 11:00pm, St James’ Park
Newcastle 2 – West Ham 2

We finally saw some signs of life out of a West Ham side seemingly destined to limp to the Championship.

It would be more of a surprise if that was the building block to a late rally as opposed to another false dawn and Newcastle at this price is just too hard to pass up.

They have been very impressive in their Premier League matches over the past fortnight and they are the far more likely team to come out ready to play here.

Back Newcastle to Win @ $2.63

Liverpool vs Aston Villa
Monday 6th July, 1:30am, Anfield
Liverpool 2 – Aston Villa 0

There is no chance that Liverpool will be anywhere near as flat and uninterested as they were in their 4-0 hammering from Manchester City.

Especially against an Aston Villa side they are more than capable of demolishing with a full strength side.

We’ll back a SGM for Liverpool to come away with a huge win.

Klopp will have ripped into his side between matches so look for a massive response as Liverpool jumps out to an early lead and goes on with the job to remind everyone who the Premier League champions are (since their fanbase on Twitter aren’t doing that enough).

SGM: Liverpool HT/FT, Over 3.5 Goals, Mane Anytime Goalscorer @ $5.07

Southampton vs Manchester City
Monday 6th July, 4:00am, St Mary’s Stadium
Southampton 1 – Manchester City 0

This is another one of those matches that you look at and can only ask, “City by how much?”

Seven straight wins against the Saints in all competitions with three of the last four coming by multiple goal margins, they will be very keen to try and extend their 11 point lead over Leicester and all but secure second spot.

Even with the title gone, City needs to keep its intensity up as the Premier League calendar plays out, with the FA Cup and Champions League on the line and with players auditioning for their future under Guardolia, they will come out firing.

Back Manchester City to Win to Nil @ $2.25

Tottenham vs Everton
Tuesday 7th July, 5:00am, Tottenham Stadium
Tottenham 1 – Everton 0

For the final match of the round, we’re not going to go wild looking for a play here.

Both Teams to Score is the play to back here, even at its current price.

That has hit in the last four meetings between these sides and neither side looks all that likely to keep a clean sheet.

Back Both Teams to Score @ $1.67


It’s a big weekend in English football but a light weekend in the Premier League with just six fixtures.

Four games originally set for Week 33 were moved due to the FA Cup Semi Finals with three games played midweek while Tottenham and Brighton will have to wait until later this month for their clash.

We still have plenty to look forward to this weekend with some potentially pivotal games in the top four race and relegation battle so read on for our previews, predictions and same game multis.

Watford vs Fulham
Wednesday 3 April, 5:45am, Vicarage Road
Watford 4 – Fulham 1


Wolverhampton vs Manchester United
Wednesday 3 April, 5:45am, Molineux Stadium
Wolves 2 – Manchester United 1


Manchester City vs Cardiff
Thursday 4 April, 5:45am, Etihad Stadium
Manchester City 2 – Cardiff 0


Southampton vs Liverpool
Saturday 6 April, 6:00am, St Mary’s Stadium
Southampton 1 – Liverpool 3

Quite a few players on Liverpool will return to their former home ground of St Mary’s as the Reds continue their quest for a maiden Premier League title.

One of which is Virgil van Dijk who has been a rock at the back for the Reds since his arrival last January.

Jurgen Klopp will have to balance his Premier League title ambitions with his Champions League desires and manage his side’s minutes over the next fortnight with their quarter final against Porto coming up as well.

Southampton has not scored in its last five Premier League games against Liverpool and has lost each of its last three so while Liverpool has been a bit off kilter lately, they should be able to pick up a victory here.

Back Liverpool to Win to Nil @ $2.35

SGM: Liverpool to Win to Nil, Sadio Mane First Goalscorer

Bournemouth vs Burnley
Sunday 7 April, 12:00am, Vitality Stadium
Bournemouth 1 – Burnley 3

Burnley picked up their first win of the season over Bournemouth back in September and could really use another three points when the sides meet again.

Hovering just above the relegation zone, Burnley is still in danger of the drop but with Brighton, Southampton and Cardiff all having tough games this week, they could give themselves a real boost with a win here.

Bournemouth has a ten point buffer on the drop zone but won’t be feeling too safe just yet but all three points gets them over that magic 40 points mark.

Each of the last five games between these sides have ended with a win for one side but the draw looks like a value play here as these sides look very hard to separate.

Back the Draw @ $3.40

SGM: Draw, Both Teams to Score

Huddersfield Town vs Leicester City
Sunday 7 April, 12:00am, John Smith’s Stadium
Huddersfield 1 – Leicester 4

You have to feel a bit for Huddersfield, already relegated and still having to play out the final five games of their season.

Leicester meanwhile has climbed up to eighth place on the back of three straight wins including an impressive 2-0 victory at home to Bournemouth last weekend.

You can’t have any confidence in Huddersfield right now with four points from their last 19 Premier League games so it sure seems like this game is only going to go one way.

Leicester to win straight up is at a decent price but for a bit of extra value, back over 1.5 goals to get the price over even money.

Back Leicester to Win & Over 1.5 Goals @ $2.20

SGM: Leicester to Win, Over 2.5 Goals, Demarai Gray Anytime Goalscorer

Newcastle vs Crystal Palace
Sunday 7 April, 12:00am, St James’ Park
Newcastle 0 – Crystal Palace 1

It’s 13th against 14th (at the time of writing) and one side could just about secure Premier League safety with a win in this match.

Newcastle is facing a slightly more urgent situation having played an extra game to Crystal Palace but do have the luxury of playing at home where they have collected 22 of their 35 points.

The last two games between these teams have ended in draws but Newcastle is a much stronger team at St James’s Park and I like the value on offer for a home win.

Back Newcastle to Win @ $2.50

SGM: Newcastle to Win, Under 2.5 Goals

Everton vs Arsenal
Sunday 7 April, 11:05pm, Goodison Park
Everton 1 – Arsenal 0

Since Arsenal lost to Manchester City in early February, they have not been beaten in the Premier League which has helped the Gunners climb into the top four and could secure third place with a win here.

What has helped that run is a number of games at home which has helped mask their poor away form, something that Unai Emery has improved on, but not solved completely.

In their last eight away games in the Premier League, Arsenal has just one win and three draws, although trips to Manchester United, Liverpool, Manchester City and Tottenham would trip just about any side up.

Thankfully for the Gunners, Everton has not been an overly tough opponent with wins in seven of the last eight in the Premier League, including a 5-2 win at Goodison last season.

Emery has got this side playing with confidence and at over even money, look like good value.

Back Arsenal to Win @ $2.15

SGM: Arsenal to Win, Over 2.5 Goals, Alex Lacazette First Goalscorer

Chelsea vs West Ham
Tuesday 9 April, 5:00am, Stamford Bridge
Chelsea 2 – West Ham 0

Chelsea is the only team backing up from midweek duty in the Premier League this weekend and they have plenty of rest between their clash with Brighton and a visit from West Ham.

Even so, there might not be a full strength squad deployed for Chelsea with a Europa League tie against Slavia Prague on Friday morning (AEST).

You only have to look at their game against Cardiff last weekend to see the dangers of not going all out and by not going all out, we mean not playing Eden Hazard.

West Ham is very up and down and if you follow the Irons recent form, they are due for an up game.

With Chelsea at such short odds and honestly not inspiring a whole lot of confidence in that side, take a value bet of the Blues to drop points.

Back West Ham Win/Draw Double Chance @ $3.00

SGM: West Ham Win, Under 3.5 Goals

Tottenham vs Brighton And Hove Albion
Wednesday 24 April, 4:45am, Tottenham Stadium



In the midst of one of the best fortnights in European football with the Champions League quarter finals taking place, the Premier League serves up two massive derbies this weekend.

Manchester City could claim the title this weekend with a win over Manchester United, who will be desperate to postpone their rival’s celebrations for another week at least.

To kick off the weekend though, Merseyside hosts a match that might have lost some of its lustre for the red half of the city but will mean everything to the blue side if Everton can spring an upset.

Read on for our previews of all ten matches plus the recommended plays.

Everton vs Liverpool
Saturday 7 April, 9:30pm, Goodison Park

With the Champions League matches against Manchester City dominating Liverpool’s focus, there is a chance this could be a contest they overlook, if they were playing any other opponent.

Everton have lost three of their last five but will be fit and firing for this contest as it is their last meaningful match of the season.

Sam Allardyce should have them fired up for this game and a couple of early challenges brought on by the raucous atmosphere should get this game going, not to mention the value of an early goal to open the contest up.

Scoring away from home has not been an issue for Liverpool and even if the likes of Mo Salah start on the bench, they should still find a way through the Everton defence.

Back Liverpool to Win and Over 2.5 Goals @ $2.40

Leicester vs Newcastle
Sunday 8 April, 12:00am, King Power Stadium

Both teams enter this game on a two match winning streak and seemingly safe from a potential drop to the Championship.

Leicester are four games without a defeat but have dropped points in 9 of their 15 home games this season.

Their last two home games have ended in draws and Newcastle bring some less than impressive away form into this contest.

With one loss and two draws since their last away win Leicester will see this as a great chance to pick up a valuable three points.

Back Leicester to Win @ $1.95

Watford vs Burnley
Sunday 8 April, 12:00am, Vicarage Road

If you are a Burnley fan and want to have some fun this week, take a look at the away form table from the Premier League.

Burnley have the sixth best record away from home picking up 24 points from 16 games, 11 more than Arsenal and the best record outside of the Champions League sides.

Watford picked up a draw last weekend to end a brutal two game run but have a poor defensive record at Vicarage Road.

This game is too hard to split all things considered and both sides should be able to add one point to their season tally.

Back the Draw @ $3.10

West Bromwich Albion vs Swansea
Sunday 8 April, 12:00am, The Hawthorns

Swansea could not have timed this game against West Brom any better as they desperately need three points to stay out of the drop zone.

They have only won twice on the road this season beating Crystal Palace in August and Watford on New Years Eve, so you could say they are due for another defeat.

West Brom at the moment are just a bad side home or away and with last week’s loss their streak now sits at six games.

For some reason the home side is favoured at the moment however I am happy to take on West Brom here and back Swansea to find a victory.

Back Swansea to Win @ $3.10

Stoke vs Tottenham
Sunday 8 April, 12:00am, bet365 Stadium

Another club seemingly destined for the drop is Stoke who face a Tottenham side that will still have their eyes on a top three finish to get straight into the Champions League.

Tottenham have been scoring for fun when these sides have met in the last couple of years scoring 4, 4, 4 and 5 since April 2016.

There is not a whole lot of complex analysis to be had about this game, Tottenham are a good side, Stoke are not so back Tottenham to win by a few here.

Back Tottenham to Win -2 Goals @ $3.25

Brighton & Hove Albion vs Huddersfield
Sunday 8 April, 12:00am, Amex Stadium

The midnight match that will have Aussie supporters transfixed as Mat Ryan’s Brighton hosts Aaron Mooy’s Huddersfield.

Mooy’s Terriers claimed a 2-0 win at their home in December but a poor away record has them in a relegation fight.

Ryan’s Brighton have won six and drawn another six at home this season and that form has them just about set for survival.

Both sides have lost two on the trot but I like Brighton to end their streak here and condemn Huddersfield to another week of nervousness.

Back Brighton to Win @ $1.80

Bournemouth vs Crystal Palace
Sunday 8 April, 12:00am, Vitality Stadium

After facing four of the Premier League’s top five sides in the last five matches, Palace will be very happy to see a side of similar stature this weekend.

In that time they did show they are still fighting to avoid relegation as they only lost those games by one goal while fitting in a 2-0 win over Huddersfield in there too.

Working against them however is the fact they have only scored 12 goals away from home this season.

Bournemouth have not been overly imposing at home either winning just six games there all season.

This game is too hard to split on paper so a draw is the recommended play.

Back the Draw @ $3.30

Manchester City vs Manchester United
Sunday 8 April, 2:30am, Etihad Stadium

This could be the game where the Premier League title is decided as City have the opportunity to finish it off with six games remaining.

Obviously United will not want to be the side that City are celebrating against however they have been a train that just keeps rolling all season long.

Perhaps the only thing that could slow down the train and make a minute dent in City’s margin for error here is the Champions League which could leave them a bit flat, however it has not slowed them down yet so why start now.

Expect an electric atmosphere inside the Etihad and wild scenes at full time as City emerge victorious.

Back Manchester City to Win @ $1.80

Arsenal vs Southampton
Sunday 8 April, 11:15pm, Emirates Stadium

Southampton enter this game with the bizarre honour of having the most drawn matches in the league this season with 13 draws from 31 starts.

Add in 13 losses and you get the picture of why they are in the relegation zone.

Arsenal have the third best home record in the league with just five fewer points than what Manchester City have picked up at the Etihad.

With a short turnaround from their Europa League match against CSKA Moscow a few changes could be made to the side however one welcome edition is going to be the cup-tied Aubameyang who should terrorise the Southamton defenders.

Back Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to Outscore the Opposition at $3.20

Chelsea vs West Ham
Monday 9 April, 1:30am, Stamford Bridge

In a fixture known as “another London derby” West Ham will hope that last weekend’s winning form can carry over to Stamford Bridge.

They are a side that has given Chelsea plenty of trouble in recent matches with West Ham winning three and drawing one of the past six matches.

With their top four hopes seemingly all but finished, Chelsea will have to settle for finishing the season on a high note.

There is not much value on offer here and it is a game I’m happy to steer clear of both from a punting and viewing perspective.



Chelsea are edging closer and closer to the English Premier League title, but they face a tricky assignment against Manchester United this weekend.

Tottenham are the only team that can catch them and they should add another three points when they host Bournemouth in the early game on Saturday night.

That is not the only big game this weekend and there are plenty of betting opportunities to be found, so don’t miss our EPL tips below!

Tottenham Hotspur vs Bournemouth
Saturday 15 April, 9:30pm, White Hart Lane
Tottenham Hotspur 4 - Bournemouth 0

Tottenham could hardly have been more impressive against Watford last weekend and they will go into this clash as clear favourites.

Spurs have recorded six wins on the trot and scoring goals has not been an issue – even during the absence of Harry Kane.

Tottenham have now won 13 of their past 17 games as home favourites and it is tough to see that changing this weekend.

Bournemouth had their unbeaten run ended at the hands of Chelsea and they face another tough challenge against Tottenham this weekend.

The Cherries have won only two of their past 16 games as away underdogs for a clear loss and Tottenham really are a tough tactical match-up for them.

Tottenham should be able to record another comfortable victory and keep Bournemouth scoreless in the process.

Back Tottenham To Win To Nil @ $2.20

Crystal Palace vs Leicester City
Sunday 16 April, 12:00am, Selhurst Park
Crystal Palace 2 - Leicester 2

Leicester City are on the quick back-up following their Champions League clash with Atletico Madrid and it is Crystal Palace that will go into this clash as clear favourites.

Crystal Palace have played some outstanding football in recent weeks and they head into this clash on the back of an excellent 3-0 victory over Arsenal.

They have improved their record as home favourites to 4-1-4, but they have still not been a profitable betting play as the punter’s elect.

Leicester City went down to Everton last weekend and there is every possible chance that they will go into this clash with an under-strength line-up.

The Foxes have won only one of their past 12 games as away underdogs and they have been a very tough team to trust in this position.

There are plenty of unknowns heading into this clash and I am happy to stay out from a betting standpoint.

No Bet

Everton vs Burnley
Sunday 16 April, 12:00am, Goodison Park
Everton 3 - Burnley 1

Everton have been almost flawless at Goodison Park so far this season and it is no surprise that they will start this clash as dominant favourites.

They returned to winning form with an entertaining victory over Leicester City and they have now won 11 of their past 13 games as home favourites.

Burnley salvaged just their fourth point away from home this season following their draw with Middlesbrough and they are yet to taste victory away from Turf Moor.

It really is tough to see that changing this weekend and the $2.25 for Everton to win to nil looks like a fairly safe betting play.

Back Everton To Win To Nil @ $2.25

Stoke City vs Hull City
Sunday 16 April, 12:00am, Britannia Stadium
Stoke City 3 - Hull City 1

Stoke City have lost four games on the trot and look to have clocked off this season, but they will still go into this clash as clear favourites.

Stoke have never lost to Hull City in the English Premier League and their record as home favourites is outstanding – they have won six of their past eight games as home favourites for a clear profit.

Hull City’s winning run came to an end at the hands of Manchester City on the weekend, but they will fancy their chances of taking something from this clash as they continue to fight for survival.

Winning away from home has been an issue for Hull City and they have won just the one of their past 16 games as away underdogs.

Stoke City have an excellent chance to return to winning form and really should be able to get the job done.

Back Stoke City To Win @ $1.91

Sunderland vs West Ham United
Sunday 16 April, 12:00am, Stadium Of Light
Sunderland 2 - West Ham 2

West Ham snapped their losing streak with a 1-0 win over Swansea City and they will start this clash with a struggling Sunderland as clear favourites.

West Ham have really played some very poor football over the past month and their record away from home this season is very poor – they have won just one of their past three games as home favourites.

Sunderland almost certainly can’t pull off another miracle to remain in the English Premier League and their recent form has been nothing short of a disaster.

They have not scored a goal since they put four past Crystal Palace on February 5 and they have won only two of their past 12 games as home underdogs for a clear loss.

Both these teams are very tough to trust from a betting standpoint and I am more than happy to stay out of this clash.

No Bet

Watford vs Swansea City
Sunday 16 April, 12:00am, Vicarage Road
Watford 1 - Swansea City 0

This is a crucial game for the relegation threatened Swansea City, but it is Watford that will go into this clash as clear favourites.

Watford were no match for a rampant Tottenham last weekend and they have been a tough team to trust from a betting standpoint this season – they have won only five of their past 11 games as home favourites for a clear loss.

Swansea City currently sit two points away from safety and desperately need to take all three points from this clash.

Swansea City have proven to be a winning betting proposition as away underdogs over the past 12 months and they have played some decent football under Paul Clement.

There is no doubt that Swansea City have much more to play for in this clash and I am backing them to claim a much-needed three points.

Back Swansea City To Win @ $2.90

Southampton vs Manchester City
Sunday 16 April, 2:30am, St Mary's Stadium
Southampton 0 - Manchester City 3

Southampton have recorded two wins on the trot, but it is Manchester City that will start this clash as clear favourites.

Manchester City ended their winless run with a 3-1 victory over Hull City, but they continue to be a tough team to trust from a betting perspective.

They have won only nine of their past 15 games as away favourites for a clear loss and they have been a losing betting play across just about every metric.

Southampton have struggled for consistency so far this season, but they have proven tough to beat at St Mary’s Stadium and they will take confidence from the fact they took three points from Manchester City last season.

Their record as home underdogs is not great, but Southampton are capable of taking something from this clash and the $4.33 for an upset win is worth a dabble.

Back Southampton To Win @ $4.33

West Bromwich Albion vs Liverpool
Sunday 16 April, 10:30pm, The Hawthorns
West Bromwich Albion 0 - Liverpool 1

Liverpool have struggled for consistency during the 2016/2017 English Premier League season, but they will still go into this clash as clear favourites.

It was fairly ugly, but Liverpool took the three points from their clash with Stoke City although their record as away favourites continues to be poor.

They have won just six of their past 13 games as away favourites for a loss and beating the smaller sides in the competition has been a real issue.

West Bromwich Albion look to have put the cue in the rack this season, but their record at home continues to be fairly strong.

The Baggies have proven to be a profitable betting play at the Hawthorns this season and it should be noted that Liverpool have struggled badly at the venue in recent years.

This has a trap game written all over it for Liverpool and West Bromwich Albion are more than capable of taking something from this clash.

Back West Bromwich Albion & Draw Double Chance @  $1.91

Manchester United vs Chelsea
Monday 17 April, 1:00am, Old Trafford
Manchester United 2 - Chelsea 0

This is easily the biggest game of the weekend and a win would see Chelsea edge ever closer to the English Premier League title.

There is very little between these two teams in betting, but it is Manchester United that are set to start this clash as narrow favourites.

Manchester United have lost just one English Premier League game at Old Trafford over the past 12 months, but they have won only eight and drawn ten of these fixtures.

Chelsea have won five of their past six games as they continue to roll towards the title and heading to Old Trafford will hold no fears for this side.

They have won just one of their past five games as away underdogs, but they have drawn two of their games in this scenario.

Backing the draw in games played at Old Trafford has been a winning betting play all season long and there is no reason to jump off now.

Back The Draw @ $3

Middlesbrough vs Arsenal
Tuesday 18 April, 5:00am, Riverside Stadium
Middlesbrough 1 - Arsenal 2

Arsenal suffered another shock loss to Crystal Palace last weekend, but they will still go into this clash as favourites.

The pressure continues to mount on Arsene Wenger and they now look set to miss the top four for the first time since 1995-1996.

The Gunners have won only six of their past 12 games as away favourites this season for a clear loss

Middlesbrough are now six points away from safety and it is tough to see where those points are going to come from.

They have failed to win a game as away underdogs and a lack of ambition has made them an incredibly tough team to watch.

The market looks to have got this clash just about right and I am happy to stay out from a betting standpoint.

No Bet