Premier League Betting Tips: Chelsea to stun Liverpool’s title party?
Liverpool will lift their first ever Premier League trophy after tonight’s game against Chelsea.
But the Blues are going hammer and tong for Champions League football which has this finely poised.
Elsewhere, Manchester United could also take a huge leap towards top four qualification when they play West Ham and we’ve got the preview and odds ahead of both of tonight’s showdowns…
Man United v West Ham (Wednesday 18:00)
Champions League football will be within touching distance for Manchester United with a win against West Ham later.
They’re 1/4 to get the victory that will have them three points above top four rivals Leicester City with a game to go.
Mason Greenwood and Paul Pogba should return to the starting eleven with the former at 6/5 to get on the scoresheet.
But the Hammers could extinguish any lingering relegation doubts with victory at 12/1. Forward Michail Antonio has hit a purple patch and is 3/1 to score anytime.
A draw, which would still leave both teams in a strong position ahead of the final day is 5/1.
Can Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side hold their nerve? Or will former United boss David Moyes have a role to play tonight?
Liverpool v Chelsea (Wednesday 20:15)
Liverpool will hold the Premier League trophy aloft tonight, banishing their 30-year long wait for a top-flight title.
After a patchy run of form since being crowned champions, Jurgen Klopp will want to finish with a flourish at Anfield.
They are 21/20 to score victory, but Chelsea are 12/5 to win and secure Champions League qualification themselves.
A draw is 13/5, with both teams to score in a draw at 16/5. Former Chelsea winger Mohamed Salah is 23/20 to score anytime, with strike partner Sadio Mane at 13/8.
Chelsea’s Christian Pulisic has shone since the restart and is 6/1 to break the deadlock. Olivier Giroud should start up front again and is 11/5 anytime.
Will Liverpool round off a historic season with a victory or can Chelsea spoil the party?
All odds and markets correct as of date of publication.