Liverpool and City are still jostling for a position at the top of the table, whilst Arsenal remain relevant to the conversation. Everton will want to get out of the bottom three, and Chelsea will want to put together something of a performance!

It’s the Premier League, and we wouldn’t change it for a thing!


Saturday 17 February

4/1 Brentford | Draw 34/10 | Liverpool 11/20 (14:30)

Liverpool returned to their best when they brushed past Burnley at Anfield, Darwin Nunez has proven his weight in gold for Jurgen Klopp and the Reds will know that they cannot slip up against Brentford here.

Brentford will be buoyed by their victory over Wolves, and I think they are even more dangerous at home. I don’t think they win, but I see them asking enough questions to score.

Back Liverpool + BTTS with confidence.


7/1 Burnley | Draw 42/10 | Arsenal 1/3 (17:00)

I suspect this will be similar for Burnley after last week against Liverpool. They rely far too much on the ability of James Trafford in goal and given the sort of attacking prowess Arsenal boast, I wouldn’t be surprised to see another hammering victory for the Gunners!

Back the visitors + over 2.5 here.


15/20 Newcastle | Draw 31/10 | Bournemouth 29/10 (17:00)

The only consistent thing about Newcastle at the moment is their inconsistency! How can anyone judge them at the moment? They look incredibly exciting when going forward and yet simultaneously are incredibly vulnerable in defence.

I actually think Bournemouth can cause the Magpies issues here, they play to their strengths, simple and unapologetic… I wouldn’t be surprised to see them win this. I’m going to go for the away win/draw double chance.


18/10 Fulham | Draw 26/10 | Aston Villa 5/4 (17:00)

Fulham have been poor on the road and only really seem to cause teams serious problems when they play at home. Villa have well and truly gone off the boil though, they were competing at the summit of the League and now just seem to be in free-fall.

I’m not all that confident on the Villa win, but Fulham aren’t good enough to beat them.


27/20 Nottm Forest | Draw 49/20 | West Ham 18/10 (17:00)

Forest have played some really good football, but their results have just failed to measure up…I really enjoy watching them play, they approach games with absolutely no fear and want to take teams on permanently!

West Ham need something to go their way after their heavy defeat to Arsenal, but I don’t think it starts here – back the home win.


11/20 Tottenham | Draw 34/10 | Wolves 39/10 (17:00)

Spurs will surely have Son Heung-min back for this game and given the sort of form their attacking players are in at the moment, I think they run through Wolves. The visitors just seemed so passive in their defeat last weekend, and I just can’t see past an aggressive home win.


Sunday 18 February

36/10 Sheffield | Draw 31/10 | Brighton 13/20 (16:00)

Chris Wilder seems content to just go about his business with the Blades and give them a chance at staying up this season, Sheffield United needed to be more aggressive in the final third and get numbers in front of goal and did that expertly against Luton!

Brighton will want to have a go here though and I doubt the hosts are able to contain them. I’m on the away win, albeit tentatively.


28/10 Luton | Draw 28/10 | Manchester United 8/10 (18:30)

Luton have been great to watch in the last few weeks, Rob Edwards has done a superb job (and I mean that even if they are to be relegated) with largely the same team as was in the Championship.

United have found a bit of form now and things look to be on the up and up for Erik Ten Hag. His big players are beginning to fire on all cylinders and as a result they are racking up some big results!

Get on the away win!


Monday 19 February


8/10 Everton | Draw 49/20 | C Palace 34/10 (22:00)

I thought the approach from Everton against City was spot on. The score flatters City a little bit and even though Everton are still in the bottom three, these next three games of Palace, Brighton and West Ham will provide them the opportunity to earn some valuable points.

Palace rely solely on the performances of a few individuals, and it is for that very reason I don’t think they can sustain it. Back the home win.

Written by Ryan Liberty