Saturday Premier League tips: Tottenham, West Ham and Newcastle feature
The Premier League season is approaching its climax with the top, bottom and everything in between still yet to be decided.
This afternoon’s offerings dish up a feisty London derby, two massive games at the foot of the table and a repeat of the FA Cup semi-final.
First up on our Premier League tips tour is a trip to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium as Spurs take on West Ham United.
Tottenham v West Ham United (12:30pm, Sky Sports Premier League)
Spurs have won the last two top-flight meetings between the pair, and go in 2/5 favourites. But the Hammers bagged home victories in 2016 and 2017.
In the goalscoring market, Son Heung-Min is 13/5 to break the deadlock. Following his cameo against Brighton & Hove Albion, Vincent Janssen may get on again and is 11/8 anytime.
Declan Rice is at 12s anytime, with former Arsenal man Lucas Perez at 3/1 to hit the net.
Crystal Palace v Everton
Crystal Palace scored their first away win over Arsenal since 1994 last week. They are 31/20 to get back-to-back victories with a win over Everton.
Christian Benteke notched his league first goal for what felt like a decade last weekend (it was actually a year)!
Fulham v Cardiff City
Cardiff are scrapping for their lives, but can heap even more pressure on relegation-rivals Brighton with a win at already relegated Fulham.
A Bluebirds win at 15/8 would put them level on points with Brighton. You can get an away win and Over 2.5 Goals at 13/4.
But Fulham won’t lie down and have won their last two games after their fate was sealed earlier in the month.
The pressure is off the Cottagers and we have them at 27/20 to romp home with the victory.
Watford v Wolves
Rivalries are renewed at Vicarage Road in a repeat of the FA Cup semi-final clash between Watford and Wolves.
It was the Hornets that stung their opponents in extra-time, so will Wolves get their revenge? We go 9/5 that they do.
Both sides are going at it for seventh-place and a Europa League spot. A Watford win at 31/20 would see them leapfrog their opponents with just two games to play.
Brighton v Newcastle United (5:30pm, BT Sport 1)
If Cardiff lose earlier in the day, then Brighton can effectively end any nagging threat of relegation with a victory.
The Seagulls are 5/4 to bag what would be their most important win of the season. They are 17/4 to get the three points with both teams scoring.
On the flip side, Brighton haven’t scored a goal since mid-March, so you can get Newcastle to win to nil at 17/4.
Salomon Rondon is 4/1 to score first, Glenn Murray to come to the rescue with a goal anytime is 7/5.
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All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.