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Premier League Predictions: EPL Odds, Best Bets & Picks

Joe Short for Bookies.com

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Premier League Predictions: EPL Odds, Best Bets & Picks

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If Arsenal are to win the title for the first time since 2004 this season, then it’s games like Sunday’s away to Fulham that they need to turn over comfortably.

The Premier League odds odds suggest they will, but Arsenal head to the other side of London this weekend having just played at Sporting in the UEFA Europa League last-16. This isn’t an easy game against a Fulham side that are flying right now – and Manchester City are just waiting to leap on any slip-up.

Indeed, this weekend’s Premier League games are all about the title battle. City take on Crystal Palace in Saturday’s late game, while Manchester United need a big home win over lowly Southampton to stand any chance of getting back into this contest.

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Indeed, the Premier League looks set to go to the wire between just two teams this season – Arsenal and City. And while both are backed to win at the weekend, it won’t be so simple.

They’re up against teams that do well at home and are keen to spoil the party. Meanwhile other top Premier League soccer bets this weekend focus on the middling clubs.

The likes of Chelsea, Brentford and Aston Villa could all reap points here. And so, below we’ve picked out three viable bets worth considering in Gameweek 27.

Leeds to beat Brighton

Odds: +260 at DraftKings ➜

If it’s ever going to happen for Leeds this season then Saturday is the day to kick-start their campaign. Leeds under new boss Javi Gracia look a far more competent, comfortable outfit than when Jesse Marsch was in charge.

The West Yorkshire club are lingering above the drop zone and have struggled for goals. But this could change at the weekend against a Brighton side that runs hot and cold. Brighton edged Leeds 1-0 back in August and generally like to keep things tight.

That should play well with a baying Elland Road crowd, and it wouldn’t be wholly surprising if the Whites nicked this towards the end – much as they did against Southampton recently.

For more information on this Premier League game, check out the Leeds vs Brighton Odds here.


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Man Utd vs Southampton (-2.5 goals)

Odds: +130 at Bet365 ➜

It would be tempting to say that a team coming off the back of a 7-0 thrashing to their closest rivals are vulnerable to defeat once again this weekend.

But Manchester United shouldn’t in reality suffer a loss to Southampton. However, that doesn’t mean this won’t be a low-scoring game. Saints are finding it near-impossible to score unless its from the boot of James Ward-Prowse.

United come into this clashing having just played in the Europa League on Thursday. It could be a tired game at Old Trafford and Erik ten Hag would take a narrow win right now.

For more information on this Premier League game, check out the Man United vs Southampton Odds here.

Newcastle draw with Wolves

Odds: +280 at BetMGM ➜

Wolves’ resurgence under Julen Lopetegui has been remarkable and the club now look good to stave off relegation this season. Meanwhile, Newcastle’s top-four push might be running out of steam.

The Magpies are winless in four league games and lost the Carabao Cup final to Manchester United last month. Granted, Newcastle were held to 2-0 defeats to Liverpool and Manchester City recently, and they should get more joy against Wolves.

But Wolves have become far stronger defensively under Lopetegui, and it wouldn’t be a surprise if they scrape a point from St James’ Park.

For more information on this Premier League game, check out the Newcastle vs Wolves Odds here.


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About the Author

Joe Short, a contributor to Bookies.com, is a freelance journalist and former editor at the Daily Express, covering various sports, including soccer, darts and tennis.

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