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Premier League Betting Preview - GW 29

5th March 2020

Last week was certainly a noteworthy one in the Premier League, as Liverpool suffered their first defeat of the season at the 28th time of asking, falling to a heavy 3-0 defeat at Vicarage Road against Watford. This time they have a home game against another side facing potential relegation: Bournemouth. Plus, there is the small matter of the Manchester derby as United face City once again while Aston Villa travel to Leicester.

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Now, here are some of our selected tips & odds for the Premier League Gameweek 29.

Liverpool vs Bournemouth - 12:30pm 7th March

Incredibly, after not losing for so long, Liverpool then went and lost two games in four days: one in the league and one in the FA Cup. Jurgen Klopp’s side are a wounded animal at the moment and Bournemouth aren’t a particularly defensive minded side. Therefore, the chances are there will be goals here. The Cherries conceded three at Burnley in their last away game so the Reds must be licking their lips at the prospect of this. Early goals could see Bournemouth needing to attack, as they’re desperate for points towards the bottom of the table.

Over 3.5 Goals: 5/4

Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Brighton & Hove Albion - 3:00pm 7th March

Wolves are having a fantastic season. They have advanced to the last 16 in the Europa League as well as putting themselves in a phenomenal position to qualify for the Champions League. Three points behind 4th placed Chelsea, manager Nuno has got his team playing great football, and a 3-2 win at Spurs just proves they are the real deal. It is the opposite story for Brighton though, who are really struggling. Just one point above the relegation zone, the Seagulls haven’t won for eight games and are in trouble.

Wolves Win To Nil: 31/20

Southampton vs Newcastle United - 3:00pm 7th March

Southampton have fallen off a little bit recently, though they did beat Aston Villa in their last home game. It was followed up with an awful result though, as they were turned over by West Ham. Newcastle will be able to take a lot of confidence from reaching the quarter finals of the FA Cup. After a formation change there does seem to be a bit more of an attacking threat, but if you offered most Magpies fans a draw before kick off the majority would take it.

Draw or Newcastle: 5/4

Sheffield United vs Norwich City - 3:00pm 7th March

Sheffield United are having an unbelievable season and are still well in the hunt for European football next season. They drew their last league game at Bramall Lane against a side towards the bottom and will hope for better here. After looking completely out of it for the majority of the season, Norwich could actually still be in with a shout of survival. Their fixtures look a lot kinder than a lot of their rivals and they have managed to reach the quarter final of the FA Cup. This will be tough for them though, as their opponents also have some great momentum.

Draw: 14/5

Crystal Palace vs Watford - 3:00pm 7th March

Crystal Palace looked like they may get dragged into a relegation battle a few weeks ago but two hard fought 1-0 wins has put them in a much stronger position. It’s usually not pretty for the Eagles but at the moment they are getting the job done. Watford are fresh off the back of the result of the season, hammering Liverpool 3-0 with a terrific team performance. This is likely to be a tight game, as both teams to score hasn’t occurred in any of these two side’s last two matches.

Both Teams To Score - No: 5/6

Arsenal vs West Ham United - 3:00pm 7th March

Arsenal could actually still qualify for European competition again next season if they go on a run towards the end of the season. This is a great looking game for them as well. There are a couple of good options for scoring goals in this game, which should make for an interesting contest. West Ham need the points too, which should mean they will try and attack. That could well leave space open for the man chasing the golden boot.

Aubameyang To Score 1st: 13/5

Burnley vs Tottenham Hotspur - 5:30pm 7th March

Burnley have gone from potential relegation candidates to European possibilities. The form book is very much in Burnley’s favour here, as Spurs have lost their last four matches in a row in all competitions, including crashing out of the FA Cup on penalties. Jose Mourinho must be wondering what has gone wrong so early in his managerial reign. The recent struggles may well continue here.

Burnley To Win: 17/10

Chelsea vs Everton - 2:00pm 8th March

Both sides have won two of their last five matches in all competitions, so neither can really be considered to be in form. Chelsea have a number of sides breathing down their necks in the race for Champions League qualification which means that they really do need to win this one. Everton are in a difficult run of fixtures but have performed well, with Dominic Calvert-Lewin scoring in his last three matches.

Over 2.5 Goals: 3/4

Manchester United vs Manchester City - 4:30pm 8th March

Manchester United seem to have turned a bit of a corner, with some positive recent results. Bruno Fernandes in particular has made a huge impact since signing from Sporting, creating and scoring goals. They will probably feel as if this is a good time to play noisy neighbours Manchester City even though the visitors have done exceptionally well recently too. The main reason for this is that star man Kevin De Bruyne has suffered a shoulder injury and may well miss out on the game. It would be good to see him play though, as KDB and Fernandes are the two best playmakers in the league on current form.

Bruno Fernandes Assist: 11/2

Leicester City vs Aston Villa - 8:00pm 9th March

Leicester have had an amazing season, although in the league their form has dropped off a little bit. A defeat away to Norwich was an awful result, but they are still well on course for Champions League football next season. As always, Aston Villa will rely on Jack Grealish to create something, which has become increasingly difficult as the season goes on. The fixtures look woeful for Dean Smith’s men too, so they may well struggle to escape from relegation.

Draw or Villa: 9/4

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*all odds correct at the time of writing and are subject to change