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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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There are just two game weeks remaining of the Premier League season – and soccer betting fans have plenty to wager on. Manchester City and Liverpool are battling for the title; there is an almighty fight to secure fourth place and a Champions League berth; and the relegation dog fight could go to the final day of the season.

What’s more, Chelsea and Liverpool miss the weekend due to Saturday’s FA Cup final, which means City could steal an even bigger lead on their title rivals. This could be a defining weekend in the Premier League, and here are three soccer betting tips to consider backing…

Top Premier League Bets To Back

Game Bet Pick Best Odds
ARS
NEW
Winner
ARS
-130
LFC
SOU
Handicap
SOU
-1
+1925

Odds current as of publication. Check out the latest Premier League odds and EPL futures.

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Top Premier League Bets To Back

Before we look at the soccer odds on online betting sites, it’s worth remembering that value is not always found in the high-profile games. So while City, Liverpool and Arsenal will attract most attention in this gameweek, keep an eye out for profit-making wagers elsewhere too.

The relegation battle between Leeds, Burnley and Everton is of particular interest to fans seeking to bet on underdogs here. All three teams are fighting for their lives – but one will go down next weekend.

Tottenham Tie Burnley

Odds: +340 at FanDuel

If you’re seeking a potentially profit-spinning wager this weekend then Burnley scratching a tie at Tottenham could be the big one. Burnley is on a hot run of form as the club seeks to avoid relegation, and has the advantage over Leeds by way of goal difference.

A tie at Tottenham would be a huge twist in this tale – and they’re certainly capable of upsetting Antonio Conte’s team. Part of the reason why is that Spurs will have faced Arsenal in the north London derby just three days prior to this clash. Can Tottenham maintain the intensity? If you’re seeking an upset then this is where you might find it.

For more information on the English Premier League, check out the Tottenham vs. Burnley Betting Odds.

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Arsenal Over Newcastle

Odds: -115 at BetMGM

Monday sees Arsenal travel all the way to Newcastle for an evening game under the lights at St James’ Park. And the Gunners must win this game if they are to maintain their aspiration of finishing fourth. Arsenal come into this fixture having beaten Newcastle 2-0 back in November, while Toon lost 5-0 to Manchester City last weekend.

Newcastle’s season might just have run out of steam, now the club is safe from relegation. And so Arsenal is a good tip to claim all three points here. Defensively they can sometimes be a bit lax, and there’s certainly going to be chances at both ends. But Arsenal should win out.

For more information on the English Premier League, check out the Newcastle vs Arsenal Betting Odds.

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Southampton vs. Liverpool (+3.5 goals)

Odds: +110 at bet365

Gameweek 37 closes Tuesday with Liverpool’s visit to Southampton. And if you’re seeking goals in the Premier League then here’s the game for you. Liverpool is scoring for fun right now and needs goals to claw back the goal difference deficit they currently have on City.

If the two title challengers finish level on points at the end of the season, the championship will be settled on goal difference. Meanwhile, Southampton’s leaky defense is getting worse and worse as the season drags on. There’s be no question the likes of Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane will earn plenty of scoring opportunities Tuesday – the only dilemma is predicting how many Liverpool will score.

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.