Premier League Betting Tips - Gameweek 22
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This Week’s Premier League Fixtures
Sheffield United v West Brom Wolves v Arsenal Man United v Southampton Newcastle v Crystal Palace Burnley v Man City Fulham v Leicester City Leeds United v Everton Aston Villa v West Ham Liverpool v Brighton Tottenham v Chelsea
This is undoubtedly the biggest match of the midweek fixtures, although it’s unlikely to be the most exciting. It’s a true relegation 6 pointer with a win for either side potentially changing their season. For Sheffield United, another loss would see them 6 points adrift at the bottom of the table. But for West Brom, a loss would see just 1 point separate them from the foot of the table. Neither side lost at the weekend so might be feeling slightly confident of pulling off a result. Given Sheffield United’s home advantage and their slight upturn in form recently, we are backing them to win.
Wolves are at serious risk of being dragged into a relegation battle after another defeat to Crystal Palace. There’s still 9 points between them and the bottom three, but with teams around them starting to pick up points, that deficit can easily become smaller. Arsenal on the other hand will have aspirations at the other end of the table. Following a drab 0-0 draw against Manchester United, Arsenal are just 2 points outside the top 6. Mikel Arteta’s side might be a step behind the Champions League sides, but a return to the Europa League has to be welcomed. If Arsenal are to reach Europe, they need to take advantage of sides that are completely out of sorts - just like Wolves.
Man United were top of the league for all of a week, before slipping up in consecutive games. Following a 2-1 loss to Sheffield United, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side only managed a 0-0 draw against Arsenal. He’ll be hoping for a bounce back win against Southampton on Tuesday. A match against the Saints isn't the daunting prospect it was at one point of the season. Southampton are on a 3 match losing run and have slipped into the bottom half of the table. Defensive injuries will have Ralph Hassenhutl worrying ahead of this match, with only 1 fit wingback to choose from. That’s surely an area Man United will look to exploit and we think they’ll find some joy.
Newcastle put in their best performance of the season at the weekend, deservedly winning 2-0 against a sub-par Everton side. Callum Wilson was the star of the show, causing Lucas Digne problems down the right before moving centrally and causing havoc against Yerry Mina. The England striker scored 2 late goals, but could have really had a hattrick. Crystal Palace won’t have forgotten a similar performance by Wilson at Selhurst Park, when he scored and assisted Joelinton. Palace might have won their last outing, but their loss to West Ham will be a worrying sign ahead of this match. Against a physical striker in Michail Antonio, Palace struggled. Given Wilson’s similar build and style, we expect him to pick up where he left off against Everton.
Burnley threatened to pull away from the bottom three but after just one loss, they look like being dragged back into a relegation battle. The sides around them all won at the weekend, leaving Burnley desperate for another shock. However, that’s more unlikely than ever to come against Man City. City are on a 8-game winning streak, and are yet to concede a league goal since Xmas. With the rest of the league slipping up, it looks like this is City’s league to lose. Even without Sergio Aguero, City should be able to put Burnley away without much trouble.
Fulham fought back to earn a 2-2 draw away at West Brom over the weekend. Given the results across the league, it was a game Fulham needed to win and now without a win against Leicester, they risk being cut completely adrift at the bottom of the league. Leicester themselves could do with a win to keep them comfortably in the top 4. Without Jamie Vardy, Leicester were torn apart by Leeds, losing 3-1 at home. Fulham will be a different test, and should be a slightly easier one, that we expect the Foxes to win.
Leeds won for the second time in a week and are threatening to get back to their best again. Patrick Bamford ended his scoring drought, before setting up Jack Harrison for the 3rd goal in a 3-1 win at Leicester. Whilst Leeds look to be improving however, Everton took a huge step back against Newcastle. Coming into the match, the form of each side couldn’t have been more contrasting, but it was Everton that looked like a side without a win in 11. A non-existent midfield and an unorganised back line left Everton with little hope on Saturday. Unless there’s been major work on the training ground, we think Leeds should edge a good game here.
Last season this would have been a dull affair, but this year, it’s bordering on game of the week territory. Both sides have outperformed all expectations so far in the 20/21 season. Villa currently sit 9th in the league following a 1-0 win away at Southampton, but with 2 games in hand they could easily make the top 6. That’s currently where West Ham find themselves, despite a 3-1 loss to Liverpool on Sunday. That loss put an end to West Ham’s 4 game winning streak. A win on Wednesday keeps West Ham well in the hunt for European football and although we aren’t sure a win will come easy, we are expecting a few goals.
Liverpool are starting to look back to their best, beating West Ham 3-1 in their last outing. Mo Salah scored his 14th and 15th goals of the season, with Gini Wijnaldum adding a late third. It was another step in the right direction that Liverpool needed, as they hope to revitalise their title challenge. Brighton will be hoping to come up against the Liverpool that failed to beat Burnley instead, when they travel to Anfield. The Seagulls actually beat Spurs in their last outing, a result that few saw coming. It was a much needed win for Graham Potter, although it would be another level of surprise if they managed to beat Liverpool.
Tottenham’s supposed title challenge seems a million miles away at this point. A loss to Liverpool was followed by another defeat at Brighton. Both defeats will be disappointing for Jose Mourinho, who now faces an uphill battle to even get into the Champions League. His task won’t be made any easier by coming up against a new look Chelsea side. After a week of Thomas Tuchel taking control of training, his side beat Burnley 2-0 and already looked very different to the side that lined up under Frank Lampard. With the ‘new manager bounce’ still in full effect, we think they’ll pile yet more misery on Spurs here.
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