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Premier League Betting Preview - GW 31

23rd June 2020

Fans have patiently waited for the return of professional football in England, and although supporters aren’t allowed to go to the stadiums all matches are at least live on TV. On the whole, it was a positive return for the league considering the players have gone three months without playing. The more things change, the more they stay the same for some sides while others may take a bit longer to get back into the swing of things.

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Match Previews

Now, here are some of our selected tips & odds for the Premier League Gameweek 31.

Leicester City vs Brighton & Hove Albion - 6:00pm 23rd June

Leicester must have thought they’d won the game in the last few minutes at Watford on Saturday, as England full back Ben Chilwell sprinted forward to smash a left footed drive in off the post. It wasn’t to be though as they conceded a spectacular equaliser. Before those goals, not much was happening as the Foxes appeared to be playing their way back in after the break. Brighton had an extremely eventful game against Arsenal, where Neal Maupay was the centre of all the action. He inadvertently injured Bernd Leno and then scored the winner in the last minute.

Leicester are big favourites for this one but the Seagulls are still fighting for their lives. Over 2.5 Goals looks decent here.

Over 2.5 Goals: 22/25

Tottenham Hotspur vs West Ham - 8:15pm 23rd June

The break saw some key players return for Spurs who were scheduled to be out for the rest of the season. Harry Kane looked a little bit off the pace but Heung-Min Son caused plenty of problems. Steven Bergwijn scored a well-hit goal and Lucas Moura is set to be back for this game to bolster Jose Mourinho’s options. His opposite number David Moyes however just cannot seem to get his team going at all. They’re in big trouble if they don’t start picking up results.

West Ham just look woeful at the moment and offer nothing either defensively or offensively. We think it may be comfortable for Spurs.

Spurs To Win: 4/6

Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Bournemouth - 6:00pm 24th June

Wolves look fantastic this season, with the extended break seemingly having no effect. It appears that Adama Traore is so good as a super sub that it’s costing him his starting place at the moment, but the bulky winger completely changed the game and helped them to three points. Similar to West Ham, Bournemouth looked extremely poor on Saturday night and were comfortably taken apart by Crystal Palace. The Cherries cannot buy a win and they go into this as huge underdogs. All is not well in the camp either it seems, as Ryan Fraser refused to extend his contract and Josh King hobbled off injured.

We would be massively shocked if Bournemouth got a result of any kind at Molineux.

Wolves To Win: 3/5

Manchester United vs Sheffield United - 6:00pm 24th June

Man United battled well in an entertaining game on Friday against Spurs. Bruno Fernandes looks like a fantastic player, but there were more big question marks over David De Gea after a poor mistake. Paul Pogba and Marcus Rashford being back fit made a big difference for the Red Devils. Chris Wilder was rightfully fuming with his side after the shocking performance at Newcastle on Sunday. John Egan walked after two yellow cards and things just went downhill after that. They’ve not looked that ragged for a while, so some fans may be worried.

As the Blades are without Dean Henderson, John Egan and Jack O’Connell at the back, the goals could fly in.

Man Utd -1: 6/5

Norwich City vs Everton - 6:00pm 24th June

Last week we thought Norwich had a good chance to climb their way back into contention, but the performance and result was absolutely woeful. They’re pretty much done now, so they’re likely to go into every game as a betting outsider. Everton actually contributed to the most watched Premier League match ever in the Merseyside derby against Liverpool, but many of those viewers likely fell asleep on Sunday night. They did have a few chances to win the game late on though.

Still 6 points off safety with a worse goal difference, it seems as if the Canaries’ motivations might not be there.

Everton To Win: 10/11

Newcastle United vs Aston Villa - 6:00pm 24th June

Newcastle destroyed ten-man Sheffield United, with Allan Saint-Maximin in particular looking fantastic. The headlines were made by Joelinton though, who finally scored his second Premier League goal, 26 games and 2,130 minutes after his first. The £40m fee put a lot of pressure on him, but no crowds in attendance may actually be to his benefit. Aston Villa are still in big trouble, and don’t look good enough at the moment. They were very lucky not to lose to Sheffield United and threw away the points at home to Chelsea.

Villa seem poor at the back and have struggled to create clear cut chances.The Magpies could run the show here.

Newcastle To Win: 13/10

Liverpool vs Crystal Palace - 8:15pm 24th June

Liverpool are so close to the title now that they can almost touch it. All they need to do now is get themselves over the line. They looked a little bit rusty without Mo Salah and Andy Robertson, but Jurgen Klopp says they could both return for this game. Former Reds boss Roy Hodgson had a poor time of things while in charge at Anfield almost 10 years ago, but he’s doing much better for himself at Crystal Palace. Strangely enough, they are now only 4 points off 5th place.

After watching on from the bench on Sunday, Salah will likely be raring to get on the scoresheet in the chase for the Golden Boot.

Salah To Score 1st: 29/10

Southampton vs Arsenal - 6:00pm 25th June

The story of Southampton is a pretty simple one, pass the ball to Danny Ings and usually he’ll score. One shot on target against Norwich for the frontman led to a goal and a very convincing win. Arsenal actually looked fairly comfortable for most of the game at Brighton, but very on-brand decided to fall apart in the latter stages. Fans must be so frustrated watching the Gunners, as it’s just so obvious what’s coming next. Bernd Leno now looks like he’ll be out for a while, with plenty of other injuries plaguing the side as well. Matteo Guendouzi escaped a ban for grabbing Neal Maupay by the throat, but Arsenal need to make sure that any fight is displayed before the final whistle.

Without Arsenal’s first choice keeper and having a mess of a defence, Danny Ings will be raring to go in this game.

Ings To Score: 21/20

Burnley vs Watford - 6:00pm 25th June

This is far from the most attractive game on paper but thankfully football is played on grass instead, so there’s always a chance of seeing something exciting. Burnley are fresh off being hammered 5-0 by Manchester City, even though Pep Guardiola rested a number of his top players. Watford had an unlikely hero in the form of Craig Dawson, with the centre back scoring a beautiful late equaliser against Leicester. Fighting for their lives at the bottom, Watford really need to pick up a result here.

Watford have had two and a half days extra rest and Burnley were run ragged. That could be the difference.

Watford To Win: 8/5

Chelsea vs Manchester City - 8:15pm 25th June

It seems as if the Premier League schedule creators left the best until last in these midweek fixtures. Chelsea looked a little bit sluggish but still managed three points at Villa, thanks to two goals in two minutes from Christian Pulisic and Olivier Giroud. They’ll need to be a lot better to see off Man City, who have looked by far the best team since the return, hammering both Arsenal and Burnley at the Etihad. The bad news for Pep however is the loss of Sergio Aguero, who injured his knee on Monday night.

Kevin De Bruyne enjoys playing his former club, and we expect him to run the show yet again at Stamford Bridge.

De Bruyne Assist: 13/8

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