SBN - Soccer Betting News - SA's Leading Soccer Betting Newspaper: English Premier League: Gameweek 37 Preview

English Premier League: Gameweek 37 Preview

Chelsea will look to cement their top-four position against Leicester City

Chelsea and Leicester meet again! Is City distracted and subsequently vulnerable? Palace to get a win over the Arsenal!? Its midweek Premier League action at its finest and Ryan Liberty returns with his insights and predictions.

Hollywoodbets - Play with your Mobile Today - Sports Betting - Mobile Betting - Thumbs Up

Tuesday 18 May

Manchester United 1/3
Draw 42/10
Fulham 7/1
(19:00)

At the risk of coming off rather hypocritical – Harry Maguire still sidelined is a massive blow to United’s backline. Arguably one of the most underrated defenders in the Premier League, his absence has me looking at Fulham in a rather uncomfortable way here.

However, trusting Fulham is an extreme sport so I’d rather have a go at Both Teams To Score at 9/10.

Southampton 33/20
Draw 26/10
Leeds United 14/10
(19:00)

This could turn out to be an absolute humdinger! Both of these sides are in incredible form and their attacking prowess has been well documented.

For me it’s the fact that neither have any real pressure here and can play with absolute freedom. I think we could see goals aplenty and for that reason I’m all over the Over 2.5 Goals market at 5/10.

Brighton 54/10
Draw 7/2
Manchester City 9/20
(20:00)

Do City go into this game with one eye on their massive game in Porto? I mean as crazy as it sounds, should City lose to Chelsea in Portugal we can’t surely still suggest they have had an incredible season.

City will still dominate the game but I’m not sure they are as fired up since they’ve won the League. Newcastle scored three times simply because they looked to go forward intentionally and with more intensity – and that is with all due respect to the Magpies.

City on the Win/Draw Double Chance + Both Teams To Score at 21/20.

Chelsea 7/10
Draw 26/10
Leicester City 42/10
(21:00)

Do Leicester come into this game with a sober mind? Surely they are physically, emotionally and possibly spiritually drained after their fantastic victory at the weekend.

The reality however is that this could be one of, if not the, most important game of their season! I’d stay away from this one and just enjoy the drama, but if I have to pick a winner I think Chelsea just get past the Foxes.

Wednesday 19 May

Everton 15/20
Draw 28/10
Wolves 32/10
(19:00)

Everton let themselves down last Sunday losing to Sheffield, but I’m not all that surprised to be honest. Their inconsistency will cost them and I reckon they don’t even make the top six this season.

Wolves are ending the season quite well, Adama Traore is beginning to dominate the right wing again and surging his side forward. I’m going to quietly (and without too much confidence) back Wolves at a little over 3/1 which is certainly good value to have a punt on the nose.

Newcastle United 15/20
Draw 28/10
Sheffield United 7/2
(19:00)

Don’t take too much confidence from that Sheffield win at Everton, they are the worst team in the Premier League and I expect them to be duly dispatched by this Newcastle side.

For the brave punter, having a dabble on Allan Saint-Maximin to score at any time could pay good dividends, but otherwise I’m all in on Newcastle.

Tottenham 5/10
Draw 36/10
Aston Villa 44/10
(19:00)

Villa just seemed to absolutely crumble at Selhurst park on the weekend, it was tough to understand why but it just seemed like they lacked any confidence in front of goal.

Spurs blow hot and cold at the best of times but I don’t think they lose here. 5/10 is too short for my money but adding them to your weekday multiple wouldn’t be such a terrible decision.

Crystal Palace 46/10
Draw 33/10
Arsenal 5/10
(20:00)

Expect an upset here, Palace have been incredible. They have nothing to play for in the League but you cannot fault their competitive approach they are certainly still mentally in this league – and it’s fantastic to see.

There’s always talk around Wilfried Zaha but Eze has been another incredible player for his side and when the two of them combine they become something to behold. Get on Palace here all day.

Burnley 9/1
Draw 56/10
Liverpool 2/9
(21:15)

Liverpool need a win desperately, if they do they are into the top four for the first time since February (that’s roughly about 90 days since the defending Champions have seen the top four of the League table – just in case you’re wondering)

Liverpool struggle to unlock and play against sides who will set up with a strong defence and robust approach. Burnley have been a much better side recently and will certainly test Liverpool in this one.

From a betting perspective I cannot believe that Liverpool are priced up at 2/9, and you get up to 9/1 for Burnley to get a result! It’s ludicrous really. Burnley on the Win/Draw Double Chance at 43/20 is good enough for me and I strongly suggest you follow suit – putting emotion aside of course.

West Brom 4/1
Draw 32/10
West Ham 6/10
(21:15)

West Brom have been relegated and without much to play for I would love to seem the Baggies have a real go in this one. Big Sam is usually very comfortable sitting back, absorbing pressure and then playing on the counter but surely the shackles come off now?

Interestingly enough I reckon David Moyes and West Ham are hoping for the same thing, if the game becomes open and end-to-end I think it certainly suits the visitors. I think West Ham win and at 6/10 I am happy to get on; I do think West Brom can do enough to get on the scoreboard so if you need more consider the both teams to score market to go with the result.

TREBLE @ 5/1
Manchester City Win/Draw + BTTS 21/20
Southampton vs Leeds: Over 2.5 Goals 5/10
Newcastle Win 15/20

Written by Ryan Liberty