The Premier League returns after the international break, as we head towards a crucial final stretch in the season now the focus of attention is on week 30, which kicks off with the massive Merseyside Derby at Anfield, Liverpool needing to beat their City rivals if they want to continue their push for a top four finish. Arsenal vs. Man City end week 30. Arsenal need to win at home against Manchester City if they want Champions League football next season. A ton of great games are sandwiched in between. Spurs continue their assault on Chelsea and the top of the table away to Burnley while Antonio Conte’s league leaders look to edge closer to a debut title for the Italian when they host Palace.
For some sage predictions and best bet recommendations for all 10 games this weekend, simply read on below.
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Week 30’s matches will be Saturday/Sunday highlighted by Liverpool/Everton and Arsenal/Manchester City, while Week 31 is right around the corner on Tuesday/Wednesday.
Week 29 Results:
Everton -174 vs. Hull
Man United -148 at Middlesbrough
Tottenham -145 vs. Southampton
Chelsea -143 at Stoke
Crystal Palace -106 vs. Watford
Bournemouth +115 vs. Swansea
Sunderland/Burnley Draw +217
Leicester +222 at West Ham
Man City/Liverpool Draw +280
West Brom +485 vs. Arsenal
Home: 139 wins of 283 (+32.77 units)
Away: 79 wins of 283 (-62.79 units)
Draw: 65 wins of 283 (-19.73 units)
Chelsea appear to be a lock for the title, and they’re big -330 favorites against Crystal Palace this weekend. The real race is now for the top 4 and a qualifying spot for next season’s Champions League.
The first value play this week will be on Watford -115 against Sunderland. Watford are coming off a loss at Crystal Palace while Sunderland most recently earned a point against Burnley at home. Sunderland are in dire need of points as they’re in dead last in the Premier League, and surprisingly nearly 50% of moneyline tickets is taking Sunderland +375 to win outright. Sure, the price seems great against a 14th-place club, but there’s no escaping the relegation zone for Sunderland this season. Sunderland have also found success against Watford in recent years so it is easy to understand why bettors like this line, however fading the public in this one may be a good move.
The other value play this week will be on the Swansea/Middlesbrough Draw at +243 odds. Public bettors are so heavy on a poor Swansea side, as they’re getting more than 70% of moneyline tickets as slight -102 favorites. Both teams have struggled for results in the past couple weeks.
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