It’s crunch time in the Premier League this Saturday, with all of the bottom four clubs facing huge games in their fight for survival.
Ahead of what promises to be an afternoon of high drama, we give our tips on the action – starting with the in-form Eagles’ visit to Staffordshire…
Stoke City v Crystal Palace
The Eagles have dominated this fixture, winning six of the last seven meetings. They’re also in good form, bagging eight points and nine goals in their last four games.
With Stoke struggling for results, it’s 33/20 for a Palace victory. Meanwhile, the Eagles to Score 2+ Goals for the sixth time in under a month is a 29/20 shot.
Six of the last eight head-to-heads have seen both sides register. It’s 7/10 for Both Teams to Score, while the in-form Wilfried Zaha is 19/10 to net Anytime.
West Bromwich Albion v Tottenham Hotspur
The Baggies have been a bogie team for Spurs in recent years. The North London club have won just two of their last nine meetings with West Brom. Add in the hosts’ recent revival, and we could see Double Chance: West Brom or Draw at 7/4.
Amazingly, six of the last 11 clashes between these sides have ended 1-1. Another 1-1 draw is a 15/2 shot. In the Anytime Goalscorer markets, in-form pair Jay Rodriguez (13/5) and Dele Alli (2/1) will both fancy their chances.
Everton v Southampton
The stakes could scarcely be higher for 18th-placed Saints at Goodison Park. And that could make this fixture even cagier than usual. Just two of the last eight meetings have seen both sides net, and it’s 10/11 for BTTS – No this weekend.
With Saints picking up a single point from their last four away games, the Toffees should have enough to edge this. An Everton Win to Nil is 15/4, while it’s 14/1 we see a 2-0 Toffees victory for the fifth time this season.
And the rest…
West Ham United have been leaking goals on their travels, and could struggle again at Leicester City. Foxes hitman Jamie Vardy has 20 goals in all comps this term, and is 23/20 to add to that tally.
At Vicarage Road, Watford face a Newcastle United side on course for a top-half spot. The Hornets are winless in seven, and victory for the Magpies is 21/10.
It’s fair to say quality will be in short supply as AFC Bournemouth host Swansea City. Neither side have won in their last five games, and this out-of-sorts pair are 12/5 to play out a draw.
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All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing