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Premier League Predictions > May 7th & 8th

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Check out the next round of Premier League matches scheduled for this coming weekend. A lot of permutations still open for the title, European qualification, and relegation battle. Give us your predictions for these games down below! :ok

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Brentford vs Southampton

The Premier League relegation battle could become a little more interesting this weekend with Brentford taking on Southampton in a 3pm BST kick-off on Saturday afternoon at the Brentford Community Stadium. Both teams have reached the magic 40 point mark but if results go against them this weekend then the losing team could find themselves looking over their shoulder once again with just a couple of league games remaining.

Brentford have done very well to be in 14th position and on 40 points with just 3 league games left for the club to play. Improved form for Everton, Burnley, and Leeds means that safety isn't confirmed yet but you have to say it'll be a cruel twist of fate if they are sucked back into the bottom three now. It's just 1 loss from the last 5 league games for the Bees but that single defeat did come in their most recent league outing which was a brutal 3-0 loss away to an inconsistent Manchester United. Thomas Frank's side have retained solid home form in the league recently though with 2 wins and 1 draw from their last 3 home league games. One disconcerting fact is that Brentford have failed to score in their last two league games and when Brentford struggle to score they struggle to pick up any points.

Southampton are a team who look like they've been on the beach for the past month or so now. Ralph Hasenhuttl's side are down in 15th place and also on 40 points so their place in next season's top flight isn't secured yet. The Saints have won just 1 of their last 9 league games and have conceded at least 2 goals in 7 of those matches. The team has also seen their away form drop off a cliff this season with them failing to win any of their last 5 away league matches and only winning 3 of their 17 away league games played so far this season. Only Leeds and Norwich have conceded more away league goals than Southampton this season. There is a reason for Southampton to come into this game with self-belief though. They did destroy Brentford by a 4-1 score-line at home in the reverse fixture.

The last time Southampton visited Brentford in the league was back on 30th April, 2011 when both teams were fighting it out in League One. On that day, it was Southampton that prevailed as the convincing 3-0 winners. You can certainly say both teams have come a long way since those lower league days but there's even less separating them now. I think this game will simply be a case of neither team wanting to lose. I want to sway towards Brentford but their recent dry spell in front of goal worries me so the draw just about takes my preference.

Draw @ 3.60 with SpreadEx

Total Goals Scored Under 2.5 @ 1.94 with VBet

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Burnley vs Aston Villa

It's a battle of the teams in claret in the next 3pm BST preview for the Saturday after action in the Premier League as relegation battling Burnley will aim to improve their survival chances with a win over mid-table Aston Villa at Turf Moor. Championship football next season seemed inevitable for the home team but after a run of positive results you can argue they're just a couple of wins away from sealing safety in the top flight for next season.

Burnley are currently in 16th position in the top division of English football and 2 points clear of the relegation zone. Interim head coach Mike Jackson has seen the team go unbeaten for each of the 4 league games he has been in charge for including winning the last 3 league games on the bounce. The Clarets have only conceded 2 goals in those 4 league games without defeat and Jackson has attributed their recent success to just letting the players play with more freedom and reminding them of their ability. Burnley have only lost 1 of their 7 home league games against teams currently positioned in the bottom half of the table. The Lancashire club are looking to keep three clean sheets at home in the top flight in a row for the first time since 1973.

Aston Villa will possibly be thinking they still have work to do to ensure safety from relegation this season. Steve Gerrard's men are in 13th place on the 40-point mark and are 8 points clear of relegation whilst having 5 league games left to play. It's looking extremely unlikely but it's not mathematically confirmed yet and we know football works in mysterious ways. Away form hasn't been great for Villa this season with the Midlands club losing 10 of their away league games this season already. Striker Danny Ings is a decent shout for anytime scorer with the former Burnley man scoring in each of his last 3 league appearances against the club.

There is a chance here for Burnley to win back-to-back league matches against Aston Villa for the first time since 1973. It is funny to read that Burnley have only scored 16 goals in 17 home league games so far this season but they have managed to score in 37 consecutive home league games against Villa. Villa also possess a terrible record at this ground having won just 1 of their last 26 trips to Turf Moor in the league. I'm not sure I can envisage that changing. I'm just not sure if Burnley will win. I'll take a big punt and back them though. They are flying right now and the self-belief is back.

Burnley Draw No Bet @ 2.18 with SBK

Total Goals Scored Under 2.5 @ 1.83 with SBK

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Chelsea vs Wolves

It isn't technically a dead rubber game next but it's Chelsea versus Wolves in a 3pm BST start on Saturday afternoon at Stamford Bridge. The home team have realistically qualified for next season's Champions League and can now focus on preparing for their FA Cup Final date later this month as they host an away side that can't stop losing as their European qualification dreams begin to fall away.

Chelsea come into this game in 3rd place and 5 points inside the Champions League qualification places. It would take a spectacular fall from grace for the London club to bottle finishing in the top four but stranger things have happened. The Blues remain entangled in this controversial takeover and nobody seems to know what's going on. It's just 1 win from the last 4 league games so Thomas Tuchel will be keen to see his team make a top four finish mathematically impossible to screw up as soon as possible. It is just 1 win from the last 3 home league matches for Chelsea and that includes two defeats. Stamford Bridge no longer being the fortress that many feared visiting with Tuchel openly admitting his players don't like playing on the home surface.

Wolves have long been involved in the talk as dark horses to qualify for the Champions League. That slowly subsided to being touted as outsiders for qualifying for the Europa League. Now, with the club down in 8th position and 3 points behind the Europa Conference League qualification spot it seems that any form of European competition next season will be a well-achieved result. Wanderers have lost their last 3 league on the bounce though and the team haven't even managed to score a single goal during that period. Bruno Lage will be pleased with his team achieving more points this season than they did last season but he'll want to see them end this losing streak quickly to avoid ending the season on a negative.

It's interesting to see that Chelsea have only won 2 of the previous 7 meetings between these two teams in this division. Wolves do have a poor record at this stadium though failing to win any of their last 10 visits here in all competitions. The last two league meetings have ended in a 0-0 draw but I think Chelsea could well sneak this one by a single goal to boost their top four credentials.

Chelsea to Win to Nil @ 2.05 with BetVictor

Total Goals Scored Under 2.5 @ 1.98 with SBK

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Brighton vs Manchester United




Doubtful: -

Out (injuries/other): Enock Mwepu (17/2 m), Jakub Moder (28/0 m), Jeremy Sarmiento (5/0 f)

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Manchester United

Doubtful: Aaron Wan-Bissaka (20/0 d)

Out (injuries/other): Marcus Rashford (25/4 f, illness), Jadon Sancho (29/3 f, illness), Paul Pogba (20/1 m), Luke Shaw (20/0 d), Eric Bailly (4/0 d), Mason Greenwood (18/5 f)

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Over/Under Goals
17 home games
Manchester United
17 away games
76% Over 1.5 goals 82%
24% Over 2.5 goals 59%
12% Over 3.5 goals 47%
6% Over 4.5 goals 24%
0% Over 5.5 goals 12%
24% Under 1.5 goals 18%
76% Under 2.5 goals 41%
76% Over 0.5 goals at half-time 76%
29% Over 1.5 goals at half-time 41%
12% Over 2.5 goals at half-time 12%
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Crystal Palace vs Watford

It's effectively a dead rubber game in the final 3pm BST kick-off on Saturday afternoon when mid-table Crystal Palace play an all but already-relegated Watford at Selhurst Park. The home team will want to end what has generally been a positive campaign on a high with a win in front of their own fans against a visiting side that will once again be wondering where their top flight appearance went wrong as they return to the Championship swiftly once again.

Crystal Palace will be satisfied with their first full Premier League campaign under head coach Patrick Vieira. The Eagles are in 12th place and realistically safe from relegation already with an FA Cup Semi-Final appearance under their belts as well. Not a bad season. The team requires 9 points from their final 4 league games to finish on their highest ever points tally in the Premier League era. However, the team are aiming to win back-to-back league games for just the second time this season which shows how there's still room for improvement when it comes to their consistency. Palace are targeting a fourth clean sheet in a row in the league at home here. Vieira has stated that some academy prospects could be given game time here so we can expect the Frenchman to experiment with his squad a little.

Watford just don't learn do they. Relegated (almost!) again after going through more managers in a season than Dean Windass goes through cult football podcasts. The Hornets are in 19th position and 12 points from safety but with a worse goal difference than the teams above them so all hope is basically lost. Head coach Roy Hodgson has already confirmed he's off at the end of the season so you have to question what motivation is left for anyone on the pitch or on the sidelines heading into the final few league games. This will be their fourth relegation from the Premier League with only West Brom (5) and Norwich (6) having experienced it more times. There is optimism though in the fact that each of their last 9 points have come in their away league games. Unfortunately, Watford have failed to win any of their last 23 Premier League matches against London clubs and have lost the last 14 of such games.

Surprisingly, this could be the first time that Crystal Palace do the double over Watford in a Premier League campaign after their 4-1 win at Vicarage Road earlier in the season. Watford did come out as 1-0 winners at home in the EFL Cup 2nd Round back in August but so much has changed for both sides since then. I think provided Vieira doesn't throw out an entire youthful starting XI when Palace really should be looking to win here.

Crystal Palace to Win @ 1.67 with SpreadEx

Total Goals Scored Over 2.5 @ 1.93 with SBK

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Brighton vs Manchester United

The Saturday schedule in the Premier League is a funny one this weekend with the 5:30pm BST kick-off not being the last game of the day but we still have it to look forward to as mid-table Brighton continue to wind their mediocre but satisfying season down with a home game against Champions League qualification outsiders Manchester United at the Amex Stadium.

Brighton sit in 9th position and it's undoubtedly been a positive campaign for Graham Potter's men. Consistency might have been lacking but overall they have probably exceeded expectations. The Seagulls are looking to finish this season strongly though having lost just 1 of their last 6 league games. 5 goals scored in their last 2 games shows that the profligacy in the final third has been resolved. Striker Neal Maupay is still enduring his dry spell though having not scored since 12th February. Home form is a persistent problem this season though with the team failing to win any of their previous 8 home league games. In fact, each one of their last 5 league wins have come on the road. Danny Welbeck could be an outside shot for anytime scorer having scored in each of his last 4 starts against Manchester United. Clearly, somebody has a point to prove to someone! :lol

Manchester United fans will just want this season over with and for the Erik Ten Hag era to start. Even Ralf Rangnick has come out and said he's not enjoyed his tenure with the club and he's surely got half an eye on his Austria national team commitments now. The Red Devils are in 6th place and 5 points adrift of the Champions League qualification spots. Fail to win here and hopes of the top four will have been extinguished. It would also even throw into doubt involvement in the Europa League with West Ham breathing down their neck. United have lost their last 4 Premier League away games which is their worst top flight run of away results since 1981. The team have conceded 30 away goals in the league which is the most away goals they've conceded in a single league season since 1990. Bruno Fernandes could be an anytime scorer pick with 4 goals in 4 games against Brighton. Cristiano Ronaldo is obviously another having scored 6 goals in his last 4 league appearances.

This is a more difficult game to call than it might first appear. Brighton's home form isn't great but Manchester United's recent away form is terrible. Maybe they should draft Ole Gunnar Solskjaer back in to manage just the away league games? I think we have to judge this one of the quality of their squads and I think United edge that. If Ronaldo continues his scoring form then it'll be hard for Brighton to get something here.

Manchester United Draw No Bet @ 1.83 with SBK

Anytime Scorer: Cristiano Ronaldo @ 2.25 with QuinnBet

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Liverpool vs Tottenham Hotspur

Liverpool is hoping to win again after their last result, the 3:2 Champions League success vs Villarreal. Although they were in trouble at halftime and trailing 2-0, the Reds managed to pull off a turnaround in the second period. Their latest results highlight the fact that things are going according to plan in the Liverpool defense. Liverpool has kept it tight, seeing the total number of goals that have gone past their goalkeeper over the course of their last six games standing at 4. They need to continue in the same fashion to keep up in the title battle. It doesn’t get much better regarding selection, with just the lone fitness concern for the Liverpool coach  Jürgen Klopp to be concerned with from a near full-strength set of players. Roberto Firmino (Foot Injury) will miss out.

Tottenham Hotspur goes into this match following on from a 3:1 Premier League win against Leicester City. The Spurs are still fifth in the domestic championship, being two points behind Arsenal. A succession of hard-working displays by the Tottenham Hotspur defense has seen their ‘goals against’ tally standing at four from their last six clashes in total. Over that same time, the number of goals they have scored themselves amounts to 15. Tottenham needs a strong finish to the campaign to secure the Champions League ticket, and Liverpool is among their toughest obstacles on that road.

Full-Time Winner Odds & Prediction                                                                            

Liverpool enjoys an excellent winning streak since they celebrated six times in a row. Although Tottenham has improved its performances, we think the Reds will come out as winners, and we’ll dip into the Asian Handicap market for bigger odds.

Goals Market Prediction

We should see an entertaining match where both teams will search for valuable points. Four of their last five clashes went over a 2.5 margin, and this one shouldn’t be much different. 

Liverpool AH -0.75 @ 1.60

Over 2.5 FT @ 1.55

Correct score 3:1 @ 12.00

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Liverpool vs Tottenham

The final game of the day on Saturday in the Premier League is at 7:45pm BST when title-chasing Liverpool play an inconsistent Champions League-hunting Tottenham at Anfield. The situation is simple. The home team need to get at least a draw to leapfrog league leaders Manchester City at the top of the table and the away side must win if they want to overtake local rivals Arsenal to move into the last Champions League qualification position.

Liverpool are still fighting to win an unprecedented quadruple (I told you, I'm mentioning it every preview to avoid jinxing them! :lol). The Reds sit in 2nd place in the league and just 1 point behind top placed Manchester City. Jurgen Klopp's men booked their place in the Champions League Final in midweek after a 5-2 aggregate win over Villarreal and also have an FA Cup Final date with Chelsea later this month. Liverpool have won their last 12 home league games in a row and are now unbeaten in their last 21 home matches in the league. They haven't even conceded in their last 5 matches at home in the league and it's now 11 clean sheets from their last 14 league matches. Alisson could keep a 21st clean sheet in the league this season in this game which would help him close in on Petr Cech's Premier League record of 24 clean sheets set back in 2004/05.

Tottenham seem like a team that get scared every time they look set to move into the top four places. Antonio Conte's men are 5th in the table at the moment and just 2 points behind 4th placed Arsenal. Spurs have won just 1 of their last 3 league games and failed to even score in 2 of those matches. Harry Kane and Son Heung-min were back to their scoring ways in the 3-1 win over Leicester last game. The team is looking to equal a club record four straight away clean sheets in the league. Kane does love playing against Liverpool having scored 7 goals in his last 13 appearances against Liverpool. Unfortunately, Tottenham have managed to win just 1 of their last 27 trips to Anfield in the league. That statistic doesn't bode well when you consider how effective Liverpool have been at home recently as well.

It's just 1 loss from the last 18 league meetings for Liverpool against Tottenham. Even though this will undoubtedly be a tough game for the home side they do have history on their side. You have to wonder if anyone can stop Liverpool right now and you look at how inconsistent Tottenham have been this season and you wonder if they can deliver here. Tottenham have beaten Liverpool's title rivals Manchester City twice this season though but can they throw another spanner in the title works here? I'm not convinced.

Liverpool HT/FT @ 2.30 with SBK

Liverpool to Win & BTTS @ 2.75 with Bet365

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Arsenal vs Leeds

The Premier League action continues on Sunday afternoon with a triple header at 2pm BST starting the day off. First up, we take a look at Champions League qualification contenders Arsenal who host relegation fighters Leeds at the Emirates Stadium. The home side may well need something from this game to finish the game week in 4th position against a visiting team who no longer have their fate in their own hands.

Arsenal are in pole position to qualify for next season's Champions League and heading into this game they will either need something from this game to move back into the top four or extend their advantage within the top four. Mikel Arteta's team have won three league games in a row and scored 9 goals during that spell. The Gunners do love playing in May having won 15 of their last 17 league matches played in this month including winning the last 7 league matches. The defence has been far from watertight recently though with Arsenal failing to keep a clean sheet in their most recent 6 league games. 

Leeds come into this game with their situation suddenly feeling a little uneasy. The Whites are down in 17th position and just 2 points above the drop zone with 18th placed Everton boasting a game in hand. Failure to win this game could really leave the team in an uncomfortable position. Jesse Marsch saw his 5-game unbeaten run as head coach come to an end with the devastating 4-0 loss at home to league leaders Manchester City in their last league outing. There is a chance for Leeds to notch up back-to-back away clean sheets in the top flight for the first time since 1996. Unfortunately, Leeds have lost all 10 of their league games played against teams currently positioned in the top six this season.

It says a lot that Arsenal remain undefeated against Leeds in their last 11 meetings in all competitions. In fact, Leeds last beat Arsenal way back in 2003. I have a feeling that stretch of poor results for the Yorkshire club could continue against the Londoners here. The narrative has changed dramatically for Leeds after last week and with their remaining fixtures posing some tricky games you get the feeling they may struggle to pick themselves up mentally for this game after the big loss in their last game.

Arsenal HT/FT @ 2.24 with SBK

Arsenal to Win & BTTS @ 2.80 with Coral

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Leicester vs Everton

The second of the three 2pm BST kick-offs in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon comes from the King Power Stadium where mid-table Leicester will look to bounce back from their Europa Conference League Semi-Final defeat to Roma against relegation-threatened giants Everton. It's a tough one to call and it'll be interesting to see how the home side react to that midweek defeat compared to how the travelling team handle the pressure of the drop zone dog fight.

Leicester will be keen to end what has generally been a disappointing season on a high. The Foxes are in 11th position but the 2-1 loss on aggregate to Roma in the Europa Conference League Semi-Final has prevented the club reaching a first ever major European cup final. Brendan Rodgers side now look unlikely to be involved in European competition next season and that'll be a big blow for a team that has been looking like progressing over recent campaigns. It's 4 league games without a win now but will that change now the Europa Conference League is no longer a distraction? Leicester are unbeaten in their last 9 league games against teams starting the match day in the relegation zone. Their only home league defeat in 2022 came in a 3-2 defeat to Tottenham back on 19th January.

Everton know that their fate still lies in their own hands with the club in 18th position and 2 points from safety but boasting a game in hand. Frank Lampard will be delighted with his team's recent displays that have seen them lose just 1 of their last 4 league games. Scoring goals is still a problem for the Toffees though with them only scoring 3 goals during that run and failing to score more than a single goal in just 1 of their last 11 league matches. Away form continues to be a problem for Everton with the club having lost their last 7 away league games and not winning in the league on their travels since a 2-0 win away to Brighton back on 28th August, 2021. Lampard himself has failed to win any of his 4 league games played against Leicester so far as a manager which isn't a great record given he played them a couple of times as Chelsea manager with all those talented players at his disposal.

Interestingly, 15 of the 31 league meetings between these two clubs in the Premier League have ended in a draw. That's equivalent to 48% which is the highest percentage of any fixture that has been played in the top flight since 1992/93 for 30 times or more. I wouldn't be surprised if this game ends in a draw with Rodgers expected to make changes to a squad that is seemingly exhausted after their European exploits.

Draw @ 3.40 with SpreadEx

Total Goals Scored Under 2.5 @ 1.94 with SBK

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Norwich vs West Ham

The last of the 2pm BST kick-offs on Sunday afternoon in the Premier League comes in the Norwich versus West Ham game at Carrow Road where an already-relegated and bottom-placed home team will be looking to pick up a positive win against an away side that are still looking to end their encouraging season on a high by qualifying for European football again next season.

Norwich are once again set to be relegated from the top division down into the Championship. The appointment of Dean Smith following the sacking of Daniel Farke has failed to galvanize the team and save them from the dreaded drop. The Canaries are at the foot of the table and their only hope of enjoyment now is to try and catch Watford and Everton above them. It's now 3 losses in a row for Norwich with 8 goals conceded during those games. Norwich have failed to score in a division-high 19 league games this season. The team's record against teams in the top 7 this season is awful too with them losing all 12 of those league games by an aggregate score of 40-4. A loss here would see the club equal a club record of 12 home defeats in a single league campaign.

West Ham were being talked about in the Champions League qualification conversation just a matter of weeks ago but the club have dropped like a rock down the table to 7th place with a top four spot now out of the question. Perhaps more alarmingly is that David Moyes' side have not only failed to reach the Europa League Final after a 3-1 aggregate loss to Eintracht Frankfurt in midweek but they have also failed to win any of their last 4 league games leaving them 6 points off the Europa League qualification spots in the league table. It's just 1 win in their last 8 matches across all competitions and with striker Michail Antonio failing to score in his last 14 league games you have to wonder if struggling to score goals is going to hurt them. The team have picked up just 1 point from their last 6 away league games but they have gone unbeaten in their previous 14 top flight league games against teams at the bottom of the table.

I honestly wouldn't back Norwich to beat anyone right about now. The players are demoralised, absent of ideas, and with no motivation. Norwich have only managed 1 win in their last 14 encounters with West Ham across all competitions and it's easy to see that dire run continuing here. This is a fantastic opportunity for West Ham to get back on track and end their season on a high. I think they will. Oh, and Antonio has scored 5 goals in 5 league games against Norwich so I'm backing him to end his dry spell here!

West Ham to Win @ 1.87 with SpreadEx

Anytime Scorer: Michail Antonio @ 3.05 with VBet

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Manchester City vs Newcastle

The Premier League title race is once again the centre of attention for the 4:30pm BST kick-off on Sunday afternoon when league leaders Manchester City host a potentially tricky opponent in mid-table Newcastle at the Etihad Stadium. The home side know that this trophy is their only hope of success this season and they may well come into this game needing a win to regain top spot but can they do that against a team that are slowly evolving for the better?

Manchester City suffered a gut-wrenching 6-5 aggregate loss to Real Madrid in the Champions League Semi-Finals in midweek. It was a classic case of clutching defeat from the jaws of victory but how does Pep Guardiola pick his players up after such a demoralising experience? The Citizens are still favourites to win the league title but they could well need to win here to keep their lead at the top of the table depending on how Liverpool perform against Tottenham on Saturday evening. City have dropped points in just 4 of their last 24 league matches. Riyad Mahrez is a big tip for anytime scorer having scored in each of his last 5 league starts at home. The team have scored 50 goals in their 17 home league games this season at an average of 2.94 goals scored per home game.

Newcastle were looking deep in trouble before Eddie Howe took over. The club was in the relegation zone and staring at a return to the Championship despite their new billionaire owners. The Magpies have turned things around under Howe with the club now up to 10th position in the table and looking up rather than down. It's been 4 wins from their last 5 league games and that solitary defeat came in a narrow 1-0 home loss to Liverpool in their most recent league outing which is far from a disaster score-line. Unfortunately, historical statistics don't look kindly on Newcastle for this fixture. The club have earned just 1 point in 10 games against teams in the top six this season. It's also just 1 win from their last 26 Premier League away matches against the reigning champions. Oh, and Howe has lost all 11 of his top flight games against Manchester City with 9 of those coming with Guardiola as the opposing gaffer.

There are a lot of jokes going around about this being the "Human Rights Violation Derby" due to their respective owners but it could well be a fixture that we get used to seeing as a top end of the table clash over coming seasons. For now, there's still some distance between these two clubs in terms of quality and I'd be amazed if City didn't return to winning ways with a solid win here.

Manchester City HT/FT @ 1.64 with SBK

Anytime Scorer: Riyad Mahrez @ 2.04 with Unibet

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Arsenal vs Leeds United

Arsenal is hoping to win again following the 2:1 Premier League triumph against West Ham United. It was their third straight win that kept them in the 4th position. At least three goals per match were recorded in 5 of the last six fixtures where Arsenal has played. Opposition teams scored 10 of them in this period while Arsenal bagged a total of 10. Ahead of this meeting, Arsenal has not been beaten in the league by Leeds United in their last five games. The Gunners want to pick up where they left off and stay ahead of the Spurs in their battle for the Champions League ticket.

Since suffering a loss in their previous game against Manchester City in Premier League competition, Leeds United will be hoping to turn things around here. That defeat broke their streak of five games without losing, but the visitors stayed above the red line. Jesse Marsch's Leeds United have seen their efforts on goal rewarded nine times in the course of their previous six matches. The number of goals they conceded during that period comes to 8. Nevertheless, the away side needs to put their best performances in the remaining three rounds to stay up at the end of the campaign. Leeds United boss Jesse Marsch has some current player fitness concerns. Patrick Bamford (Foot Injury), Tyler Roberts (Thigh muscle rupture), and Adam Forshaw (Fractured Kneecap) are not able to play.

Full-Time Winner Odds & Prediction                                                                            

Both teams have been playing very well lately, and they both need points in this encounter. Nevertheless, the hosts have enjoyed a winning streak, and we think they will extend it after this game.

Goals Market Prediction

The crowd has enjoyed in many goals when these two teams have played lately, and we don’t think it will be much different on Sunday afternoon. Therefore, this game should go over a 2.5 margin.

Arsenal AH -0.75 @ 1.55

Over 2.5 FT @ 1.55

Correct score 3:1 @ 12.00

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