There are just nine gameweeks left in this Premier League campaign, and there’s so much still on the line for sides across the league.
From top-four hopefuls to relegation battlers and a huge derby, this Saturday has it all. Keep an eye out for our full preview of Manchester United v Liverpool, but in the meantime, check out our tips on all of the day’s other Prem games below…
Everton v Brighton & Hove Albion
The Seagulls are enjoying their best form of the season, bagging 11 points from the last five games. That’s largely been thanks to the goals of Glenn Murray. He’s bagged eight in his last 10 in all competitions, and is 11/5 to Score Anytime here.
Everton have won just two of their last 11 Prem fixtures, but both of those were at Goodison Park. This one could be a Draw at 21/10, while it’s Evens for Both Teams to Score for the seventh straight game involving Brighton!
Meanwhile, there’s a sizeable 7/2 about Over 3.5 Goals.
Huddersfield Town v Swansea City
The Swans have been resurgent at home, but they can’t seem to revive their form on the road. As it stands, they’ve managed just 10 points from 14 games on their travels.
David Wagner’s Terriers have a bit of bite about them, with victories in two of their last three. However, they’re without a clean sheet in eight. Huddersfield to Win and BTTS is 24/5. Meanwhile, the odds make it 29/20 for any Terriers victory.
Two of the hosts’ last five games have seen both sides register after the break, and it’s 14/5 for BTTS in Second Half at John Smiths’ Stadium.
Newcastle United v Southampton
The Magpies haven’t lost at St James’ Park in their last five, and sent the home fans wild last time out with victory over Man United.
Visiting Southampton are unbeaten in six in all comps. So the pair could be well matched. Both sides are generally good for a goal, and there’s 17/5 about a Score Draw.
Meanwhile, our odds make it 13/10 for Over 2.5 Goals. Dwight Gayle returned to scoring form with a brace against AFC Bournemouth a fortnight ago, and he’s 19/10 to net Anytime.
Chelsea v Crystal Palace
Palace are the definition of a ‘bogey team’, as far as the Blues are concerned. They’ve won three of their last five against Chelsea, including each of the previous two.
Ahead of this game, Antonio Conte’s side have suffered four defeats in their last five Prem games. It’s 10/1 for another Palace win, while there’s 19/20 on offer for the safer-looking Eagles +2 handicap.
The visitors have Luka Milivojevic in good goalscoring form at present, with strikes in four of his last nine outings. He’s 6/1 to find the net Anytime.
And the rest…
West Bromwich Albion are marooned at the bottom of the table, and host a Leicester City side who’ve won three of the last six meetings. A Foxes victory is available at odds of 6/4.
Meanwhile, Burnley will be looking to take something from their visit to a patchy West Ham United. It’s 6/10 for the Clarets to avoid defeat.
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