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Premier League Betting Preview - GW 34

7th July 2020

The theme of these midweek fixtures seems to be sides in the top half taking on sides in the bottom half. What that means is that we could see some big scorelines, but there could also be some monumental shocks. We still await the results of Man City’s appeal for their Champions League ban, but in the meantime there are a number of clubs that can still put themselves in a position to qualify.

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Premier League Match Previews 19/20

Now, here are some of our selected odds for the Premier League Gameweek 34.

Watford vs Norwich City - 6:00pm 7th July

It’s fair to say that both of these sides are in terrible form, which explains why they are engulfed in the relegation battle. Since Premier League football returned, Watford and Norwich have only picked up one point between them. It’s not likely that they’ll be loads of goals either, as Norwich have failed to score in 11 away games while Watford haven’t found the net in six home matches. For the visitors, they are not helped by the fact that star striker Teemu Pukki has not scored in nine league games. We expect Watford to edge it, but it’ll not be pretty.

Watford To Win: 3/4

Crystal Palace vs Chelsea - 6:00pm 7th July

14th in the table and nothing really to play for, Crystal Palace might as well have played their game against Leicester in flip-flops. The first two goals they conceded were comical, summed up by Mamadou Sakho trying a Cruyff turn in his own box. It doesn’t get any easier for Palace either, as Champions League chasing Chelsea head across London in good form. The Blues have a good record against the Eagles in the Premier League, winning 13 times compared to Palace’s four wins. We’re backing Chelsea to make it 14.

Chelsea To Win: 21/50

Arsenal vs Leicester City - 8:15pm 7th July

It’s a tale of two strikers at The Emirates this week. For Arsenal, Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang has scored six times in his last six home games in the league. He’s now only two away from the golden boot leader, who is on the opposite side in this game. Jamie Vardy was back to his old self at the weekend, scoring his 100th and 101st Premier League goals. He absolutely loves playing against Arsenal too, scoring nine in his last nine against them, which includes six in the last five. Aubameyang has 19, while Vardy is on 21. Both will be desperate to find the net.

Vardy To Score: 29/20

West Ham United vs Burnley - 6:00pm 8th July

In the last two games, West Ham seem to have turned things around and now look like favourites to stay up. Up to 16th, they now have a four point gap as well as a better goal difference. Their fixtures are favourable too, although if they lose against sides around them it could actually go against them. With Burnley involved, we’re not expecting a goal fest as they are very good defensively. They’ve only conceded one goal in their last three games, which was a thunderbolt from John Egan. Nick Pope is still chasing the Golden Glove for the most clean sheets, where he’s currently level with Liverpool’s Alisson on 13.

Under 1.5 Goals: 21/10

Sheffield United vs Wolverhampton Wanderers - 6:00pm 8th July

Sheffield United have been back to their resilient selves in the last two after wobbling since the restart. They do have a key defender back in the form of Jack O’Connell now too. Wolves have been doing incredibly well but hit a roadblock on Saturday, losing to Arsenal. They’re still in with a shout of Champions League football next season though. The sides drew 1-1 in the reverse fixture at Molineux way back in December, and we have a feeling this result could be quite similar. Sitting on the fence here, even though Wolves are big favourites in the betting.

Draw: 21/10

Manchester City vs Newcastle United - 6:00pm 8th July

In this week’s edition of Pep Roulette, Kevin De Bruyne and Phil Foden took their place on the bench, which suggests they will start this game. They need to bounce back from defeat too, after shockingly failing to find the net at Southampton. Newcastle are likely to be without main man Allan Saint-Maximin which is a huge blow for them, especially as they’d be playing on the counter attack. We think this could follow the routine of Man City’s other home games, with a big win on the cards.

Man City -3: 11/5

Brighton & Hove Albion vs Liverpool - 8:15pm 8th July

Strangely enough, this may actually be one of the toughest games to call. This is essentially due to the fact we’re not sure what to expect from Liverpool. Since they officially won the league, they’ve lost 4-0 at Man City and laboured to a win over Aston Villa. The narrative seems to be that Mo Salah is chasing the Golden Boot, but he’s four goals behind at the moment. Plus, players in the squad need to feature in five games to get a winners medal, so could some youngsters feature? Head to head wise, in the last five meetings Liverpool have won by an aggregate score of 14-2. We’re going for a safer bet rather than a risk with the uncertainty surrounding the Reds.

Liverpool To Win: 11/20

Everton vs Southampton - 6:00pm 9th July

Everton looked so poor on Monday night against Spurs, and just didn’t seem to offer anything going forward. This is quite a big surprise considering they play two up front, but it was a lack of creativity in midfield that they suffered from. For their opponents, the story was that they were poor at home and great away. They beat Man City at St Mary’s Stadium and must now be full of confidence. We mentioned the Golden Boot race earlier, and Danny Ings is still in with a shout being only three goals behind. We fancy him to get on the scoresheet here.

Ings To Score: 27/20

Bournemouth vs Tottenham Hotspur - 6:00pm 9th July

Bournemouth are starting to look like big favourites for the drop. The only saving grace for them is that Watford and Aston Villa keep losing as well. Eddie Howe is looking a bit lost and his player’s confidence is at an all time low. Spurs had to grind out a 1-0 win over Everton on Monday, but this is expected to be a very different game due to the aforementioned issues for the Cherries. England striker Harry Kane will be feeling confident of running wild at the Vitality Stadium, to try and gain some confidence ahead of the huge North London Derby on Sunday.

Kane 2 Or More Goals: 5/1

Aston Villa vs Manchester United - 8:15pm 9th July

Another side very much in the relegation mire, Villa must be cursing the fixture computer at this stage. After travelling to Liverpool on Sunday, they now host Man United who are in their best form of the season. As Villa’s main man, Jack Grealish is starting to get a bit of criticism for not performing, though there may be too much pressure on his shoulders. The attacking riches at Man United will be on show again, with a number of potential goalscorers to pick from. Instead of trying to narrow down which one it will be, we’re going to back Over 3.5 Goals instead.

Over 3.5 Goals: 31/20

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