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Premier League Predictions: Top EPL Bets To Back This Week

Premier League Predictions: Top EPL Bets To Back This Week

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The last day of the Premier League betting season sees all 20 teams play at 11 a.m. Eastern on Sunday and for soccer bettors this is the final chance to bet on England’s top tier until August. With the championship clinched and relegation places already finalized, much of Sunday’s attention is on which teams will qualify for European competition next season.

Liverpool leads Leicester City on goal difference for the last Champions League spot (though both could catch third-place Chelsea), while Tottenham and Everton can still dream of the Europa League. Arsenal and Leeds United have a slender chance of qualifying for the Europa Conference League – and there’s the added prize of an extra $2.8 million available for every league position earned. This could be a dramatic climax to the season.

Top Premier League Bets to Back

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Leeds United-West Bromwich Albion Over (+3.5 goals)

If you’re seeking goals this Sunday then look no further than Elland Road, where free-scoring Leeds takes on relegated West Brom in what could be a heavily one-sided game in West Yorkshire. Leeds is scoring for fun, with an average of 1.5 goals per game over the season. Defensively they have tightened up, which means they should have no problem beating West Brom with ease this weekend.

Marcelo Bielsa’s men put five past the Baggies when these teams met in December – and don’t be surprised if there’s a similar scoreline to see out the season here. Compare Leeds United-West Bromwich Albion odds here.



Arsenal Over Brighton & Hove Albion (Moneyline)

There are perhaps greater guarantees of victory elsewhere in the EPL this weekend but the odds on Arsenal winning what should be a comfortable encounter make this game worth betting. Arsenal’s woeful season is almost over and it’s no surprise that the Gunners could fail to qualify for European competition next term.

Thankfully for boss Mikel Arteta the Gunners are finishing the season strong, with four straight league wins. That includes the 3-1 triumph over Crystal Palace Wednesday night, which saw Nicolas Pepe score his 14th goal this season. He could make the difference again here, with Arsenal likely to beat lowly Brighton. Compare Arsenal-Brighton & Hove Albion odds here.

Liverpool Over Crystal Palace (Moneyline)

Liverpool’s title defense was a miserable failure but beating Palace on Sunday would at least secure them Champions League soccer for next season. In December, Liverpool beat Palace 7-0 in one of the strangest games of this unique campaign. The Reds were on fire that day and Palace’s defensive frailties were badly exposed.

Fans will return to Anfield and this is Palace boss Roy Hodgson’s final game before retirement. Liverpool won’t want to gift their former manager a win and the hosts are expected to stroll to victory. Compare Liverpool-Crystal Palace odds here.