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Premier League Predictions > Apr 9th - 12th


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The Premier League offers a full schedule of matches this coming weekend. It was an intriguing set of results last weekend and we're at that stage of the season where teams battling at the top and bottom are getting more desperate to get the points needed to achieve their targets. Not many mid-table clashes this week so it could be a difficult set of games to predict. Give us your predictions! :ok

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Fulham vs Wolverhampton

 

 

Fulham

Doubtful: Ademola Lookman (28/4 f, probably in)

Out (injuries/other): Marek Rodak (1/0 g), Tom Cairney (10/1 m)

Suspended: -

 

Wolverhampton

Doubtful: Joao Moutinho (27/1 m)

Out (injuries/other): Jonny Castro (7/0 d), Willy Boly (17/1 d, Covid-19), Fernando Marcal (12/0 d), Raul Jimenez (10/4 f)

Suspended: -

 

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Overall Stats
Fulham
16 home games
Wolverhampton
15 away games
0.6 Goals scored per game 0.9
1.4 Goals conceded per game 1.5
31% Clean sheets 27%
44% Team scored 53%
13% Team scored twice 27%
6% Scored in both halves 0%
44% Goal in both halves 40%
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Fulham vs Wolves

The Premier League action begins on Friday night at 8pm BST when relegation strugglers Fulham look to improve their survival chances against a Wolves team who aren't quite safe yet. Kick-off will take place at Craven Cottage and with both teams desperate to take all 3 points in an effort to boost their hopes of staying up we could see a frenetic encounter.

Fulham are in a position that is getting graver by the week. Scott Parker's men are in 18th place and now 3 points adrift of safety with 17th placed Newcastle boasting a game in hand too. The Cottagers have lost their last 3 league games and hopes are survival are beginning to fade away. Home form has been a problem all season for Fulham with the club having the worst home record in the division taking just 16 points from their 10 home league matches. The only two times they have recorded wins at home have been against the two teams placed below them in the table in West Brom and Sheffield United. Scoring goals remains an issue with Fulham possessing the worst shots to goal percentage in the division at just 6.6%.

Wolves aren't exactly enjoying life any better than their opponents for this game right now. Nuno Espirito Santo's men are positioned in 14th place and just 9 points above the relegation zone. This season wasn't meant to be about survival. This was supposed to be another step in a positive direction for the Midlands club. Wanderers haven't tasted victory in their previous 5 league games and bottoms are becoming a little twitchy within the club and fan base. Starting games quickly has been a problem for the club with the team scoring first in just 1 of their last 20 league games. Away form has also been dire for Wolves with just 1 win coming in their last 10 away league matches.

This is a clash between two of the most out-of-form sides in the English top flight. Fulham appear to have missed their opportunity to climb out of the relegation zone and there has certainly been more of an air of resignation about them recently. Wolves can't buy a win right now but they have won 8 of the last 11 meetings between these two teams. I just feel there is such a lack of self belief and quality within these teams at the moment that a draw seems the logical choice. If anyone is going to snatch a win I think it would be Wolves but I don't have faith in either team getting 3 points.

Draw @ 3.15 with SBK

Total Goals Scored Under 1.5 @ 2.78 with SBK

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Liverpool

They meet a great challenge that several key players are injured, leading to poor playing. In last game, Real Madrid ends their three-match winning streak, which hurts their morale. They are sitting the seventh place in League table now.

 

Aston Villa

They are not in from recently. They have been winless for seven matches until they win over Fulham at 3-1 in last game. Now they are the ninth in the table of the League.

 

Verdict:

There is a gap between Liverpool and Aston Villa. Liverpool lose to Aston Villa at 7-2 this season. It is undoubted that Liverpool wants to make a revenge in upcoming game. Besides, Liverpool have home advantage. So Liverpool have the tendency to win.

 

LiverpoolVS Aston Villa

Prediction: 2-0, 2-1

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Manchester City

They get a six-match winning streak in various Leagues and Tournament recently. Now they are the first in League table with 74 points. They play so well on defensive that they have conceded only 21 goals this season so far, which are the best defensive team in the League.

 

Leeds United

They play better than expected as the newly-promoted this season, ranking the eleventh in the table of the League with 42 points. They have enough time to rest as they have only play for the League in these days. And they are in high morale with a two-match winning streak.

 

Verdict:

There is no denying the fact that Manchester City are much better than Leeds United. What’s more, Manchester City have home advantage. In their last clash, Leeds United get one point from Manchester City this season before. It is a chance for Manchester City to make a revenge.

 

Manchester City VS Leeds United

Prediction: 2-0, 3-0

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Manchester City vs Leeds

The Premier League starts on Saturday afternoon with a 12:30pm BST kick-off between champions elect Manchester City and mid-table Leeds at the Etihad Stadium. It's probably fair to say that even though their respective seasons are looking fairly certain to end a certain way there will still be a motivation by both teams to end their campaigns on a high.

Manchester City are riding high atop the league table with Pep Guardiola's men 14 points clear at the summit with only 7 league games of their season remaining. They are potentially just a few games away from regaining the league title. The Citizens have won 27 of their last 28 games across all competitions and kept a staggering division-high 17 clean sheets this season. Further evidence of this resilient defence can be found in the fact that the team has only conceded 9 goals in the league in 2021. Their record at home against newly promoted is also incredible having gone unbeaten in the last 41 such games.

Leeds can be proud of their display in the league this season. Marcelo Bielsa's side are in 11th place and have basically guaranteed their survival for next season. Had it not been for slightly inconsistent performances then this might well have been a season that could have delivered even more for the Yorkshire club. The Whites haven't drawn an away game yet this season. They have won back-to-back matches in the league though and if they win a third straight game in the top flight it'll be the first time that has happened since the days of when Terry Venables was manager back in 2002/03.

This might seem like a game that is Manchester City's to lose but the score did end in a 1-1 draw when the sides met at Elland Road earlier this season. Guardiola has always said that Bielsa is one of his biggest inspirations. I just feel that Leeds will give a typical cavalier display but City are fully focused on winning this title back. Guardiola will have one eye on the Borussia Dortmund game in midweek but fielding some fresh faces could only give City a more energised performance.

Manchester City to Win & BTTS @ 2.70 with SBK

Manchester City HT/FT @ 1.98 with SMarkets

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Liverpool vs Aston Villa

There is only one 3pm BST kick-off in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon and that's the clash between reigning champions (not for much longer!) Liverpool and mid-table Aston Villa at Anfield. The reverse fixture produced one of the shock results in English top flight history as Villa prevailed as 7-2 winners but it seems the odds of a repeat outcome are basically impossible.

Liverpool might be set to lose their league title with the team down in 7th place and 3 points off the pace of the Champions League qualification spots but Jurgen Klopp's side have shown a bit of improvement in the league over recent weeks. The Reds did suffer a 3-1 loss away to a defensively weakened Real Madrid in the Champions League Quarter-Final in midweek but it's been back-to-back wins with clean sheets in the league. The team remain without Virgil Van Dijk, Joel Matip, Jordan Henderson, Joe Gomez, and Divock Origi. Even though Sadio Mane has only scored 1 league goal in 2021 he is worth an anytime scorer punt having bagged 8 goals in 7 appearances against Aston Villa. The bad news for Liverpool is that they are without a win in their last 8 home league games including losing the last six on the bounce. It is the first time Liverpool have lost 10 league games in a calendar year before the end of April since 1954.

Aston Villa have seen their season tail off a bit and it's no coincidence that this has happened in line with the absence of influential midfielder Jack Grealish. The England international is set to be out for a further couple of weeks after an injury set back. Villa are down in 9th place but only 5 points off the current Europa League qualification places. Unfortunately, Dean Smith's side have only won 1 of their last 5 league games but that was their most recent outing which was a 3-1 win over relegation battlers Fulham. Away form has held up though with the club losing just 1 of their last 5 league matches on the road. They have also kept a division-high 8 clean sheets on their travels in the league. 

There is a big opportunity here for Aston Villa to create some history by doing the double over Liverpool for the first time since 1992/93. Villa keeper Emiliano Martinez is also one clean sheet short of matching Brad Friedel's club record in the league. This is an improving Liverpool though and I feel that Villa without Grealish won't quite have enough to hold off this Liverpool team.

Liverpool HT/FT @ 2.46 with SBK

Anytime Scorer: Sadio Mane @ 2.70 with BetVictor

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Crystal Palace vs Chelsea

The final game of the day on Saturday in the Premier League is a 5:30pm BST kick-off between Crystal Palace and Chelsea at Selhurst Park. These two sides have their own agendas at opposite ends of the league table. Can the home side all but confirm their place in next season's top flight against an away team who suffered a shock 5-2 defeat at home to West Brom last weekend.

Crystal Palace have had a satisfactory season so far with the club in 13th place and 12 points clear of the drop zone. You have to think that the Eagles have realistically done enough to stay up this season but we all know how unpredictable this division can be at the end of a season. Roy Hodgson's future remains up in the air but he's certainly ending his spell in charge on a positive note if he is to leave his role with the club losing just 1 of their last 6 defeats. Home form has been solid recently for Palace and there is a chance for them to earn 4 consecutive clean sheets at home in the top flight for the first time since 1992. They will be without striker Michy Batshuayi due to his loan agreement but Christian Benteke will likely lead the line and he has bagged 6 goals in his last 10 appearances.

Chelsea face a big test here after their last result in the league. Thomas Tuchel ensured his side got back to winning ways in midweek with a convincing 2-0 win away to Porto in the Champions League Quarter-Final. The Blues are in 5th place and just 1 point outside the top four so a win will be crucial here to maintain the pressure on their rivals for the Champions League qualification spots. It is still just 1 loss from their last 15 league matches and they remain unbeaten away from home in the league under Tuchel. If you want a tip for anytime scorer here then Olivier Giroud has scored in 4 of his 5 appearances at Selhurst Park.

This isn't exactly the ideal game for Chelsea to have after such a demoralising defeat in their last league outing. Crystal Palace are in decent form right now and they're always a tough proposition at home. Chelsea have still been performing well on their travels and the win in midweek will have steadied the ship again after that shock West Brom result. I think we'll see another win for Chelsea here but it'll be close.

Chelsea to Win to Nil @ 2.28 with Sporting Index

Anytime Scorer: Olivier Giroud @ 2.44 with Sporting Index

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Burnley vs Newcastle

The Premier League action begins on Sunday afternoon with a massive match in the relegation dogfight as Burnley host Newcastle in a 12pm BST kick-off at Turf Moor. Both teams find themselves battling at the wrong end of the table in the top flight of English football. A win for either side would really relieve their drop zone worries but can either team get the victory?

Burnley will feel that this season has been a slight disappointment but can't really complain if they simply avoid relegation. Sean Dyche's men are down in 15th place and 7 points clear of the relegation places with two games in hand. Things could have been a lot worse after the torrid start the Clarets endured after no win in their opening 7 league matches. It's been just 2 defeats from their last 9 league games so form has greatly improved but it's still just 1 win from their last 7 league games. They have drawn their last 5 home league games though. Chris Wood has scored in each of his last 3 appearances for the club so could be worth backing as an anytime scorer bet here.

Newcastle are experiencing yet another dour campaign and have only been saved the embarrassment of a relegation spot due to Fulham's poorly timed run of bad form. The Magpies are in 17th position and just 3 points above 18th placed Fulham with two games in hand. Steve Bruce's side are without a win in their last 7 league matches. Only bottom-placed Sheffield United have lost more away games in the league than Newcastle this season. Their total of 10 points earned in the league in 2021 is a joint lowest in the division with Southampton. Bruce himself has also lost all 3 of his previous visits to Turf Moor as a manager.

Everything seems to be pointing to a very boring game here with neither side in spectacular form but I do think Burnley will really feel they can win this one. Newcastle are somehow looking like they might stay up this season but you'd be hard pushed to argue that they deserve it. Don't expect much entertainment in this one and I have to back the home side to win.

Burnley to Win @ 2.44 with SBK

Total Goals Scored Under 2.5 @ 1.66 with RedZone

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Tottenham Hotspur vs Manchester United

The Champions League spot battle will be scorching as four teams challenge for one spot. Manchester clubs locked the first two tickets, while Leicester City is on a good track of finishing 3rd. Tottenham has been inconsistent lately, as the home side celebrated only once in the previous three rounds. Jose Mourinho’s side is three points behind West Ham and Liverpool, and they need to put high-level performances to finish in the top four. Harry Kane and the lads have been on a good run at their backyard, as they booked three victories in a row. Tottenham has been pretty solid in the back, and their strikers have been reasonably productive this season. The home side needs to put a disciplined performance to pick up a victory from this game.

Manchester United firmly holds the 2nd spot, and the visitors can get closer to Manchester United if they win this match. However, the Red Devils are still far from challenging the title, but they are on a good track of ending as the runners-up. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side celebrated three times in a row in the competition and extended their unbeatable streak to ten games. Bruno Fernandes and the lads secured a 2:0 advantage from Granada in the Europa League quarter-finals. They are the second-most productive team in Premier League while standing very well defensively. Manchester United still hasn’t tasted a defeat on the road, managing to book nine victories and six draws. They want to continue that streak and establish themselves in the top two.

Full-Time Winner Odds & Prediction

It is going to be a tight clash that can go either way. The Spurs failed to beat their upcoming rivals last two times at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium but will count on their good home form. Still, Manchester United has been in better momentum, and we think they should remain undefeated at the away grounds.

Goals Market Prediction

The Red Devils have been very tight on the road this season, conceding only 13 times. Except for displays against City, Manchester United didn’t shine in derbies this season, and they were pretty low-scoring ones. Considering that Jose Mourinho will likely put a significant focus on tactics in this game, we believe this encounter will remain under a 2.5 margin.

Manchester United +0 @ 1.85

Under 2.5 FT @ 1.85

Correct score 0:1 @ 8.0022Bet

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This is a bigger game for Tottenham, as Manchester United are relatively safe in the top four. Mourinho's team also had a lot more time to prepare for this match, but the Red Devils are so hard to beat on their travels, and I do not see them losing today.

Tottenham Hotspur vs. Manchester United @@ +0.25 AH, odds 1,60

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West Ham vs Leicester

The Premier League matches continue on Sunday at 2:05pm BST with the kick-off between Champions League chasing clubs West Ham and Leicester at the London Stadium. It's already been a successful season for both of these teams no matter what happens now but they have a chance to continue their push towards sealing a place in the top four with a win here.

West Ham might have dropped out of the Champions League qualification spots after wins for Liverpool and Chelsea yesterday but a victory here would catapult them right back into the mix. David Moyes has seen his team lose just 1 of their last 4 league games but results are beginning to display an element of inconsistency once again. The Hammers are 6th and just 2 points outside the top four but boast a game in hand. The absence of Michail Antonio and Declan Rice is a blow for the team. Moyes himself has a decent recent record at home against Leicester remaining unbeaten in the last 4 such encounters. Jesse Lingard came good for us last week with the anytime scorer so with 6 goals in 8 appearances for West Ham he could be a decent shout again.

Leicester sit in 3rd place but things are getting uncomfortable for Brendan Rodgers side again. The Foxes are just 4 points inside the top four and they'll be keen to bounce back to winning ways after the 2-0 home loss to Manchester City last week ended an unbeaten run of 3 league games. Away form remains in tact for Leicester though with the club undefeated in their last 10 away league matches. However, defensively they've still been far from water tight keeping just 1 clean sheet in their last 7 league games. That won't be helped this week with Caglar Soyuncu testing positive for covid-19 so he'll be unavailable. The barren scoring run of Jamie Vardy will still concern Rodgers with the English striker only scoring 1 goal in his last 17 matches. Fortunately, Kelechi Iheanacho has been stepping up with 9 goals in his previous 10 games.

What a game this has the potential to be. Both teams are exceeding expectations this season and this is a big chance for them to take a huge step towards fulfilling a dream ambition of playing Champions League football next season. West Ham have won just 2 of the previous 13 meetings between these two teams and the absence of Antonio and Rice could be decisive here. I was backing a draw before the Antonio news but I think Leicester could well take all 3 points.

Leicester to Win @ 2.40 with SBK

BTTS @ 1.80 with SportNation

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Tottenham vs Manchester United

One of the biggest games being played in the Premier League this weekend is the 4:30pm BST kick-off on Sunday afternoon between Tottenham and Manchester United at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Both teams have their eye on qualifying for the Champions League but time is running out for the home team to make their push into the top four where as it seems almost only a matter of time before the away side seal their place at Europe's top table next season.

Tottenham will be disappointed that this season hasn't delivered more after such early promise with the team down in 7th and 5 points adrift of the Champions League qualification places. Jose Mourinho's side are still in the EFL Cup Final against Manchester City later this month and could potentially finish in the top four. It's going to be a very thin line between their fans considering it a successful season and a failed campaign. Spurs might have been left flat after the 2-2 draw with relegation battlers Newcastle last week but they have won 5 games on the bounce at home in all competitions. Unfortunately, they have lost 5 games in a row against the "established top six" teams. Mourinho has never lost a home match against Manchester United in 10 encounters.

Manchester United sit in 2nd place and with the team 14 points behind league leaders Manchester City with just 8 games left to play. United have two games in hand on their city rivals so if they win both of those games then the deficit is reduced to 8 points with 6 games to play. It's still a near impossible task but it still gives the Red Devils something to play for. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has seen his team go 22 away league games without defeat. It's also just 1 loss in their last 24 league games. The defence has stood up in recent games against other "established top six" teams with United conceding just 1 goal in their last 7 such meetings. However, they did suffer that humiliating 6-1 loss at home to Tottenham earlier this season.

This is a massive game for both of these teams. Tottenham need to win the vast majority of their remaining matches to stay in the hunt for a Champions League qualification place and Manchester United are just about clinging on to their faint title hopes after Manchester City's shock 2-1 loss at home to Leeds on Saturday. I think in their efforts to win this game I can see both teams cancelling each other out.

Draw @ 3.55 with Novibet

Total Goals Scored Under 2.5 @ 2.08 with Betway

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Sheffield United vs Arsenal

The last game of the day on Sunday in the Premier League is a 7pm BST kick-off between bottom-placed Sheffield United and mid-table Arsenal at Bramall Lane. The season is fizzling out for both of these teams with the home side simply waiting for the inevitable confirmed relegation and the away team looking set to miss out on qualifying for European competition next season unless league results improve or they somehow win the Europa League.

Sheffield United have had nothing short of a season to forget. I'm still scratching my head as to how they let Chris Wilder go. If you believe the owner then you might have some understanding but even then he was surely one of their best hopes of an immediate return to the top flight next season. The Blades are bottom of the league table with just 14 points and they're 15 points from safety. If we're being honest, survival ain't happening! It's now 7 losses from their last 8 league games and they have only managed to keep 2 clean sheets all season. 15 of their 24 losses in the league have only been by a single goal though so they do make life hard for the opposition.

Arsenal fans are starting to wonder whether Mikel Arteta is the right man for the long term. The former Gunners midfielder has lost 17 of his 50 league games in charge of the club where as Unai Emery had only lost 13 at the same stage of his tenure. The FA Cup win was impressive but football moves quickly. The Londoners are down in 11th place and 10 points adrift of the current European qualification places. Away form is an issue right now with the club only winning 1 of their last 5 away league games. Defensive issues are cause for concern with the club going 14 matches in all competitions without keeping a clean sheet. A potential pick for anytime scorer is Nicolas Pepe with the attacker scoring in 4 of his previous 5 away league games for Arsenal.

I'm not sure how entertaining this game will be. I don't think there are two teams that will come away from this season feeling more disappointed about their campaigns than Sheffield United and Arsenal. You have to back the away team to get a result here but this is the exact sort of game that Arsenal slip up in. Paul Heckingbottom hasn't exactly shown any signs that he can turn things around for United so I'm going to cautiously back a narrow away victory.

Arsenal to Win @ 1.69 with SBK

Total Goals Scored Under 2.5 @ 1.92 with SBK

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I'm loosening the reins a little on fixed odds bets today, back to normal tomorrow win or lose!

Spurs v Man U: 12 points on Son assist at 19/4 and 16 on Fernandes assist at 31/10 both with Lads. Hopefully it opens up a bit rather than following the dull, low scoring draw narrative (sorry, @StevieDay1983 ) ;)

As posted elsewhere, I'm also on >4.5 cards in this game, at 23/10 with Uni Bet.

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West Brom vs Southampton

The Premier League carnage continues on Monday with a double header in the evening. First up, we have relegation battlers West Brom and Southampton going head-to-head in a massive clash at 6pm BST from the Hawthorns. Both teams will be desperate to win this game but you have to say that the pressure is more on the home side with time running out for them to save their season.

West Brom pulled off one of the results of the season last week with the 5-2 win away to Champions League chasing Chelsea. Sam Allardyce had looked down and out with his Baggies side but that result had been a morale-boosting victory. Unfortunately, a win for Newcastle on Sunday afternoon means they are now 11 points from safety with 8 league games to play. Failure to win here could leave the club on the brink of relegation. The team has failed to even score in 6 of their 9 home league games under Allardyce. There is bad news in the history books though with each one of West Brom's wins this season coming on a Saturday. It's been 6 draws and 12 defeats in games played on other days in the week.

Southampton should have done enough to stay up this season but with the Saints in 14th place and 10 points clear of relegation with 8 league matches to play you feel they just need another win or two to be sure. Ralph Hasenhuttl will certainly believe this season has been a disappointment after it started so positively. The 3-2 win over Burnley at home in their last game was much-needed. It's 7 losses from their last 8 away league matches. Nathan Redmond could be worth a player market bet having been involved in 5 goals for the club in their past two league games.

This is it. Crunch games like this will determine the fate of the likes of West Brom and could well impact the preparations for next season of a team such as Southampton. West Brom have only won 1 of their last 6 matches with Southampton. I just think either team could win this game at this stage of the season. My mind keeps changing when I think about their circumstances so based on my lack of decisiveness I'm going to opt for a draw. It could be a riveting affair. Worth watching if you can.

Draw @ 3.50 with BetVictor

BTTS @ 1.80 with William Hill

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Brighton vs Everton

The second game on Monday night and the final game from this round of Premier League matches is the 8:15pm BST kick-off between relegation battlers Brighton and Champions League qualification chasing outsiders Everton at the Amex Stadium. These two sides have their own battles going on at opposite ends of the table but at this stage of the season positions become a little less of a factor heading into games.

Brighton have a big opportunity here to put survival for next season almost in their grasp. The Seagulls are in 16th place and 6 points ahead of the relegation zone with two league games in hand on 18th placed Fulham. Graham Potter's side should really have got this consolidation malarkey done and dusted by now but their profligacy in front of goal means they are left feeling nervous at this stage of the season again. The 2-1 loss away to Manchester United last week ended a sequence of back-to-back wins in the league. You can't deny this Brighton team aren't fast starters at the moment. They have scored the first goal in each of their last 4 matches.

Everton will be looking to get themselves back into the top four picture. Carlo Ancelotti's men are in 8th place and 8 points off the Champions League qualification spots. The Toffees have failed to win any of their last 3 league games so need a win badly to get back in the mix. They will be aiming to do the double over Brighton in the league for the first time since 1980/81. Victory here would also deliver a club record of 10 away wins in the Premier League for a single season. The last time they managed 10 away wins in the top flight of English football was 1986/87.

This is one of those games where anything could happen. Brighton have the incentive of knowing a win would realistically put them safe for next season. Everton know a win will put them right back into contention for a top four finish with a European qualification place certainly a minimum target. Once again, it's too tight to call and I wouldn't be surprised if this game ended in a draw.

Draw @ 3.45 with Novibet

BTTS @ 1.90 with SportNation

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Brighton v Everton: 16 points on Richarlison to score at 4/1 with Hills and 3 on Coleman to score at 28/1 with Lads (and elsewhere)

My Everton supporting mate has backed Richarlison at 7/2 which seemed reasonable so I was happy to take the 4/1 that Hills have boosted him to. Having seen the formation I've been drawn to Coleman at the price though it's fair to say it's been a while since he scored. Sometimes, especially at those sort of prices, it's better to back the selection and lose a bit of lose change than not to and regret it.

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