Our tipster Jones knows to think Leeds can start their journey of survival, Norwich can win at Wolves and Manchester City will be in for a goal spree at West Ham.
Tottenham vs Burnley, Sunday 12pm
Tottenham may have ignited their top-four hopes on Thursday, but it will be a tricky game for them. Burnley’s defensive prowess is enough to make a 1/3 Sky Bet home win easy to oppose. I’d also be reluctant to support Tottenham in a sharp turnaround, having unexpectedly lost to Middlesbrough, Southampton and Burnley with four days or less to prepare. I’m very happy to participate in the raffle.
Dwight McNeil remains a player of interest in the Burnley striker market.
He’s fighting for the club, excelling when cutting his right foot into his preferred left.
The 22-year-old fell down the rankings under Sean Dyche after a poor form but is back at his best with just three games remaining to break his goalscoring record of the season.
He has the ability to find the net. McNeill has taken more shots (47) and more shots (14) than any other Premier League player this season. That’s an insane statistic for a player like him. Sky Bet’s 9/1 deserves his following.
Score Prediction: 1-1 | Betting Angle: Dwight McNeil to Score (9/1 vs Sky Bet – bet here!)
Aston Villa vs Crystal Palace, Sunday 2pm – play SUPER 6 here!
No noteworthy end-of-season game should always pierce the ears of bettors who like to play their target market.
Just a quick glance at the underlying data shows a surge in average goals per game in May. Over the past five years, the Premier League has averaged around 2.75 goals per game. In May, that average jumped to 3.05 as teams played more freely from the shackles of releasing pressure. That 3.1 average has remained the same so far this season in May, so a game like this should see bettors see cops crossing the goal line.
I’m happy to have both teams score to increase the price.
Score prediction: 2-2 | Betting angle: Both teams to score and over 2.5 goals (6/5 vs Sky Bet – bet here!)
Leeds vs Brighton, Sunday 2pm – play SUPER 6 here!
For Brighton, who have beaten Manchester United, Arsenal, Tottenham and Wolves in their last six games, that could look like a daunting task on paper. However, with Leeds United with so many bets and Brighton getting nothing, a home win should back Sky Bet at 6/4.
Graham Potter has continued to do well with Brighton’s limited resources, but his side have been unreliable against defensive teams that are holding down opponents. His team does have problems against deep, tight defenses — something Jesse Marsh has to contend with in this game.
For example, in the face of Sean Deitch, Roy Hodgson, Nuno Espirito Santo, Bruno Lager, David Moyes, Sam Allardyce and Steven In Gerrard’s games — all coaches focused on playmaking and defensive structure — Porter’s record is P29 W4 D15 L10.
Leeds must win. And Elland Road loyalists can help them keep the relegation battle until the last day.
Score prediction: 1-0 | Betting angle: Leeds wins with under 2.5 goals (5/1 vs Sky Bet – bet here!)
Watford vs Leicester, Sunday 2pm – play Super 6 here!
In a mediocre season at Leicester City, James Maddison shines and shows why next season should be built around his skills in a free role. His goal in Wednesday’s 3-0 win over Norwich was his 15th in all competitions and his eighth in the Premier League in his last 19 appearances.
Jamie Vardy’s ability in front of goal is still strong, especially against weaker teams in the division, but the market for the first shooter was too skewed in his direction and he was only 7/2 with Sky Bet firing first. Maddison has proven he is Leicester’s most dangerous attacking weapon this year, so he scored the first goal at 13/2, which seemed a little bit for a Watford side struggling to contain him. generous.
Score prediction: 0-2 | Betting angle: James Madison scores first (13/2 vs Sky Bet – bet here!)
West Ham v Manchester City, Sunday 2pm on Sky Sports Live – play SUPER 6 here!
This Manchester City team may now be the greatest team in Premier League history, isn’t it?
What they are doing to top football teams at the moment is terrifying. Guardiola’s side became the first team in English top flight history to win five consecutive league games by at least three goals, a feat achieved in the pressure-cooker environment of the title race. This has resulted in a 22-1 aggregate win in their last five Premier League games. Expect to see the same level of offensive poetry as they do this weekend – but that ends the title.
This West Ham attack will raise questions for City, albeit in what should be a ‘you attack, we attack’ type of game.
Guardiola’s side are still fighting for the Premier League title despite an injury crisis in the bottom four. Ruben Dias is out, Aymeric Laporte is almost certain and Fernandinho is in doubt. The way Chiquinho gave Zinchenko – a fine footballer, but not a natural defender – the midweek win over Wolves certainly bodes well for Jarrod Bowen in the game Possibility of having a great say.
I was totally expecting West Ham to score but 4/7 on Sky Bet had me hunting elsewhere and Bowen’s striker price was the beauty of 7/2. He is West Ham’s top scorer this season with 16 goals (10 in the Premier League), and in his last 13 Premier League starts since January 12, he has scored seven as his Stocks continued to rise.
Score Prediction: 1-3 | Betting Angle: Jarrod Bowen Score (7/2 with Sky Bet – Bet Here!)
JONES KNOWS’ BEST BET: Bowen scores, has two shots and Zinchenko gets stuck (50/1 with Sky Bet – bet here!)
Wolves v Norwich, Sunday 2pm – play SUPER 6 here!
I wouldn’t be close to Wolves with Sky Bet at 2/5, considering they ended a tragic end to a campaign that has the potential to be remembered in February. Bruno Lage’s side have lost five of Molineux’s last eight Premier League games, including losses to Leeds United, Brighton and Crystal Palace. That doesn’t include a 1-0 win over Norwich in the FA Cup in February.
Brighton and Manchester City easily beat their faltering back three, which should also bode well for a team like Norwich. Seven games have now gone without a clean sheet and their unbeatable mantra is a thing of the past for Lager’s side, who have conceded 16 goals in that span – no team in the Premier League has conceded more . An indicator supported by expected targets, which was the second worst indicator for the period (16.0).
Norwich, despite their efforts but not of high quality, deserved a 13/2 away win at Sky Bet.
Such was the embarrassment of the loss to the Canaries, with both clubs deciding to get rid of their managers after Burnley’s Sean Dyche and Rafael Benitez were brought in. I don’t rule out a hat trick.
Score prediction: 0-2 | Betting angle: Norwich wins (13/2 vs Sky Bet – bet here!)
Everton vs Brentford, Sunday 4.30pm on Sky Sports Live – play SUPER 6 here!
Frank Lampard’s approach to keeping the back door closed and playing serious football is working. Everton have conceded just four goals in their last six Premier League games – an impressive feat when you consider the level of opposition Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester United have.
While a win might be enough to guarantee their survival, I don’t see Lampard changing this risk-free style of football. Five of the last six games have been under 2.5 goals and Sky Bet’s 4/5 to happen again looks like a solid bet.
However, I’m looking for a higher price and like the look of Sky Bet with a 0-0 half-time correct score of 15/8. In their last 11 games, they have scored just nine goals in the first half, seven of which have been zero at half-time.
Score prediction: 0-0 | Betting angle: 0-0 at half time (15/8 vs Sky Bet – bet here!)
Newcastle v Arsenal, Monday 8pm, live on Sky Sports
The allure of a 16/5 victory over Newcastle with Sky Bet was huge as Arsenal had to show some seriousness to get through Thursday, but under Eddie Howe, the Toon The team’s lack of motivation and record against top-five teams has tempered my enthusiasm.
Howe has faced all top-five teams since taking over and has lost all seven games by a combined 21-2. He has improved Newcastle but they have exceeded expectations on performance indicators. I’ll play it safe and play in a draw.
My eyes were drawn to Dan Burn for potential betting angles.
If you play against Manchester City and Liverpool – two teams with few chances of setting the ball – then Burn has had at least 10 shots on target in his 12 appearances for Newcastle. Howe is not afraid to pass straight from the free-kick, while Burn is always in charge of attacking the first touch. This resulted in a good chance for him in the box, equating to an expected goal number of 0.91. This marks him as one of the most dangerous centre-backs in the opposition penalty area.
10/11 with Sky Bet gives him a chance to be one of the best bets of the weekend.
Score Prediction: 1-1 | Betting Angle: Dan Burn has one or more shots (10/11 vs Sky Bet – place your bet here!)