It’s the end of work for another Premier League season, and we wouldn’t be remotely shocked if the last two weeks of matches have brought some more surprises.
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Aston Villa vs Liverpool
Villa scored an impressive 3-1 win at hosts Burnley as Clarett struggled to contain a 4-4-2 diamond-tight, but the Reds led by Jurgen Klopp will be better equipped to turn them around, especially given they must win to keep the title race alive. We expect Liverpool to put a team wide open led by Anfield legend Steven Gerrard.
🎰 Tip: Liverpool win by -1
Leeds vs Chelsea
The opposite game of the season ended 3-2 against Chelsea at Bridge, and we expect something similarly crazy to happen at Elland Road on Wednesday night. Chelsea’s team led by Thomas Tuchel did not guarantee a place in the top four, and 13 of the last 15 goals have been conceded in the second half of matches.
🎰 Tip: Both teams score in the second half
Watford vs Everton
Everton have now racked up three wins in their last five games in the most important stage of the season. They now face relegated Watford, a team with the worst home record in the entire division. If Everton can defeat the Hornets #15 by 18 at Vicarage Road, they may start to see the light at the end of the relegation tunnel. Watford have scored in four of their last five home games, so the Toffees won’t be able to do everything their own way.
🎰 Tip: Win Everton and BTTS
Wolverhampton vs Man City
Pep Guardiola’s men now have the initiative in the title race and face a Wolverhampton side who have scored just one point from their last four games, although that came the last time Chelsea’s last-gasp comeback. We couldn’t look beyond City claiming a first-half lead and holding on to it, especially when we see that Wolves have averaged just one goal per game all season. Three more points here will get Pep’s men a step closer to defending their crown.
🎰 Tip: Man City HT / FT
Tottenham vs Arsenal
There is no love lost between fierce rivals Tottenham and Arsenal, especially now as if they are trailing fourth at the expense of the other. Arsenal could close out next season’s Champions League with a win over a team their fans really love to hate, but the home side’s win means there’s just a point separating the two teams with two games to play. Mikel Arteta’s men’s motivation is clear and they have the momentum of four straight wins pushing them forward, while Tottenham have won only once in their last four matches.
🎰 Tip: Arsenal win
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