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Matchday 36 – Premier League Betting Tips

The Premier League title race rumbles on, neither Manchester City or Liverpool look likely to give up their relentless end of season form as the league title looks set to go down to the wire. Outside of the title race, the relegation fight has taken several twists and turns in the last few weeks as the club scrambles for safety. TFA takes a look at this week’s full set of Premier League fixtures and provides betting tips for the games ahead of us.

Liverpool v Tottenham Betting Tips

Jurgen Klopp’s side return their attention to the Premier League title race this weekend after progressing to the Champions League final midweek, and Klopp’s side know that they must pick up where they left off after a battling win versus Newcastle last time out to keep pace with Manchester City.

Antonio Conte meanwhile has experienced a mixed bag of form, January signing Dejan Kulusevski has hit the ground running, but Tottenham’s recent form, although solid, has been littered with regretful dropped points along the way as they hunt down Arsenal for the final top-4 spot. The well oiled Liverpool side look to be too much to handle for even the best of sides at the moment, and whilst Tottenham have their danger men, a home win and both teams to score looks the best value at 15/8, and you can receive £50 in Free Bets when you place a £10 bet with bet365.

Burnley v Aston Villa Betting Tips

At the opposite end of the table, deep in the midst of a relegation battle, a rejuvenated Burnley have recorded three wins in a row to lift themselves out of the bottom three, following the sacking of Sean Dyche. Elsewhere Steven Gerrard has stopped the Aston Villa slide after a much needed win against Norwich, although Burnley offer a much stiffer test.

Every point matters in the fight for survival, and Burnley will be looking for Turf Moor to provide a sense of home advantage when Aston Villa come to visit, and a draw here would suit both sides despite Aston Villa being relatively safe from the relegation fight priced at 23/10 on bet365.

Arsenal v Leeds United Betting Tips

Meanwhile, the fight for top-four continues as Arsenal host Leeds. Arteta’s side may enter this fixture with the opportunity to move five points clear of a chasing Tottenham should their rivals trip to Anfield play out as they need, however their focus must remain closer to home. Leeds find themselves deep in the midst of the rumbling relegation fight and a routine win will be far from expected for Arsenal.

Jesse Marsch’s side have picked up points at just the right time of the season until a dismantling at Manchester City, however injuries seem to be creeping into the squad at just the wrong time. Poor results for Arsenal at the beginning of April seem to have shaken this Arsenal side into form and a home win looks to be the best bet to go with at 9/20, or include both teams to score for more value at 15/8.

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Manchester City v Newcastle Betting Tips

Despite the pressure from the red half of Merseyside, Pep’s Manchester City team looked faultless in their pursuit of the title after a routine win against Leeds United kept them ahead in the title race. Outside of an FA Cup semi-final loss, the Cityzens look imperious with some favourable fixtures ahead of them.

Newcastle battled well against Liverpool last time out but it ultimately wasn’t enough. There won’t be any respite for Eddie Howe’s players though as the fixture gods hand them yet another seemingly impossible task. Four wins on the spin have ensured Newcastle have their eyes on next season already and so any wavering of concentration will duly be exploited by a relentless Manchester City team. A home win is expected here through no fault of the visitors, and Manchester City to win by two or more goals is priced at 1/2 with no side looking close to matching City outside of the chasing Liverpool.

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H2: Leicester City v Everton Betting Tips

Leicester City host Everton this weekend as the home side continue to focus their resources on chasing European success after a poor domestic season by their standards with the foxes winless in four fixtures. Injuries have not helped, however the pressure will be on Brendan Rodgers’ side next season to not find themselves without anything to play for at the business end of the season again.

Everton on the other hand will be running, if not sprinting, into this fixture to pick up where they left off after a monumentally important surprise 1-0 victory against Chelsea at the weekend. The win keeps them in touch with Leeds and Burnley, and with Leicester’s eyes on a Europa Conference semi-final matchup against Roma through the week, an Everton away win at 2/1 looks the calculated bet to choose.

Premier League

Brentford host Southampton as both sides sit precariously above the relegation fight below them. 40 points should be enough for both sides to be playing Premier League football and so the shackles should be somewhat off in this match-up. Brentford’s recent solid home form should be enough to see off a struggling saints side and the home win is priced at 6/5.

After a shock loss to Everton, Thomas Tuchel’s Chelsea will be looking to steady the ship as a Europe chasing Wolves come to visit. After promising early season form, Chelsea have struggled for consistency dropping unexpected points and are not quite over the line yet for Champions League qualification. A reaction will be expected against a Wolves side struggling for form, but with defensive mistakes across recent games, a home win with both teams to score at 5/4 looks the way to go.

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Patrick Viera will be hoping his side continue their solid form against a relegation fighting Watford who look set for the drop. Despite just two wins in their last five, Viera’s side have made strides this season and look a much more comfortable outfit. Watford on the other hand look all but relegated as Championship football is calling. Five losses on the run, with not much in the way of signs of improvements to come leaves a home win at 13/20 the way to go here.

After the confirmation of Ten Hag as their new manager ahead of next season, Manchester United put in a strong performance against Brentford on Monday night and travel to Brighton next. Graham Potter’s men have continued to impress this season and find themselves comfortably safe and taking a step closer to fighting to European places ahead of next season. Both sides match up well here with United’s away form not overly convincing so a draw here is the way to go at 5/2.

Norwich’s fate was sealed recently as relegation was confirmed with a handful of fixtures remaining this season as they host a West Ham side enjoying life under David Moyes. A spirited Europa League campaign has probably cost the side a chance at a potential top-4 place this season, however every game matters here on in and the Hammers should have too much for the canaries. A £10 bet on an away win priced at 3/4 will land you £50 in Free Bets when you bet with bet365 here.