Best High Odds and Low Odds Bets to Make on Premier League Games This Weekend
The English Premier League is in the stretch run and we’ll give you betting advice as the season winds down.
Here, we pick some low odds and some big odds for this weekend’s Premier League matches.
Two Goals in the Second Half Between Leeds and Arsenal: +230 BetMGM
In one of the biggest weekends of the season for both Arsenal and Leeds United, the two will clash at Elland Road in the fight for a Champions League spot and survival in the Premier League, respectively.
Leeds has been sucked into the relegation fight recently with it being two points ahead of Everton having also played a game extra. It now means it has to go for the win with fate out of its hands, and Leeds only knows one way to win: attack.
With an attacking intent expected and Arsenal’s excellence in this area, goals are once again expected. The Whites are also coming off a 4-0 loss to Manchester City and three of the four goals came in the second half.
Chelsea to Beat Wolves and Under 2.5 Goals in the Game: +205
Chelsea will be in search of a win to keep Arsenal off its back in the race for third, and after a two-game winless run, Thomas Tuchel’s men simply have to win with Arsenal expected to beat Leeds.
The Blues face off with a Wolverhamton Wanderers squad still within a chance of getting into the Europa League if they can win all their remaining games, but with a torrid effort in front of goal, they're not expected to win at Stamford Bridge.
The Wolves are not a goal-scoring side. They’ve netted only 33 in 34 games, which is fewer than relegation-sitting Everton, and just one more than the destined Championship side, Watford.
Their defensive record is solid, however, giving up 32 goals. Against a Chelsea side with 68 goals in 34 games and in a desperate search for a win once more, it’s going to be tough. At the same time, goals are unlikely to come in.
Burnley to Win 2-0 Against Aston Villa: +1200 FanDuel
Every game is a must-win for Burnley, Everton, and Leeds now. However, the Clarets have arguably the easiest end to the season, and the final few games start with a meeting against one of the most out-of-form teams in the league, Aston Villa.
Steven Gerrard’s strong start to life in the Midlands seems a lifetime ago and despite beating Norwich City 2-0 last time out, a victory over them is nothing to shout about. Villa has failed to win its five previous games before beating the Canaries, and with Burnley desperately needing a win and playing at home here, it could get another victory.
Burnley is on a three-game winning streak, and it has won all three of their last home matches.
Half Time Score 0-0, Full Time Score Liverpool 2-0 Between Liverpool and Spurs
Both Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur are desperate for a win in pursuit of the Premier League title and the Champions League spots, respectively.
This is expected to be a tight and cagey game, and with the Reds winning their recent matches by narrow margins, the same could happen here.
Liverpool was either drawing or losing in its recent games with Villarreal (x2) and Everton at half time, and it won the game in the end by the brilliance of their attacking players. As for Spurs, they’ve won just one of their past three games and claimed all three points only twice at Anfield in the past 10 seasons.
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