17th July 2020
Bournemouth has given themselves a fighting chance with two matches left. It seemed like they were down and out with no confidence only a week ago, but four points from games v Spurs and Leicester followed by a strong performance at Man City have seen them somewhat revitalised. It’s a south coast clash this time around for them and they go in as favourites in the online sports betting odds. Elsewhere, the fight for Europe continues with both Champions League and Europa League places up for grabs.
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Norwich has just been hopeless since the restart, and for most of the season to be honest. They are relegated and are offering nothing at the moment, not looking threatening at all in their last few games having only scored once in five outings. Burnley are much better and are on for a top 10 finish once again. Sean Dyche has worked miracles with them, and they snatched a late point against Wolves from the penalty spot six minutes into added time. It’s a surprise to see that Burnley are not odds on here, so the Clarets to win at odds of 6/5 seems pretty generous.
With only two games remaining, Bournemouth pretty much needs to win both to survive. This is a tricky game for the Cherries too, although they have performed well in their last three games. Dominic Solanke grabbed his first Premier League goals for the club last week and will be fighting for a place up front with Callum Wilson and Josh King. For the Saints, Danny Ings scored once more vs Brighton, taking his total to 20 for the season. The chances are, he’ll grab another here in the race for the Golden Boot.
This is probably the toughest match of the week to call, as both sides are looking to qualify for Europe. Spurs are out of the Champions League race, but they can still qualify for the Europa League next season. They looked a lot better at Newcastle, though their opponents did create a lot of chances against them. Leicester needs the points here, as one point separates three teams in the top four race. The key to this game will likely be how Jose Mourinho sets his team up. Due to the nature of the league, both teams will likely go for it, which may see them cancel each other out.
Brighton all but confirmed their place in the Premier League with a hard-fought draw at south coast rivals Southampton. They’ve played some good football this year, but need to tighten up at the back. Newcastle just doesn’t look clinical enough going forward, and they have lots of problems at the back. Lascelles, Schar, Clark, Lejeune and Dummett are all out through injury or ineligibility, leaving Federico Fernandez as the only fit centre back. Emil Krafth will likely step in, but it’s far from an ideal situation for a side with nothing to play for. Brighton will fancy their chances.
Chris Wilder was absolutely furious at his side’s poor performance at Leicester, and the players will have been made fully aware that an effort like that will not be acceptable again. It’s been a great season, but the Blades manager will not let standards slip. Everton barely got by with a draw against relegation-threatened Aston Villa and we’re backing them to struggle once again here.
Monday night’s late games come from Molineux, where Wolves are looking to cement a Europa League place. The late Burnley penalty in the last game all but ended their Champions League hopes, but it’s still been a great season for Nuno’s side. Raul Jimenez scored a beautiful volley in that game too and is full of confidence at the moment. Palace is the opposite though, having lost their last five in a row and blanking in four of them. The Eagles likely just want the season to end at this point.
Watford shocked the majority of onlookers by sacking manager Nigel Pearson after their defeat at West Ham, after bringing them from bottom of the league to the edge of safety. Hayden Mullins takes temporary charge again with the Hornets three points above the drop zone with only two games to go. Man City will be a wounded animal here after losing the FA Cup semi final to Arsenal, missing out on a great opportunity for yet another trophy. Incidentally, Thierry Henry still holds the assist record for a single season with 20 in 2002/03, and Kevin De Bruyne has two more matches to grab three more to claim the record outright (currently standing on 18). He’ll certainly have his creative boots on here.
Watford will certainly have their eyes on this game, as one of their relegation rivals are in action. Aston Villa are still in with a chance but it’s going to be tough for them, as Arsenal looked very impressive in their last two games, beating Liverpool and Man City. Aston Villa needing the points becomes an almost irrelevant aspect if they’re simply not good enough to win the game. The simple fact of the matter is that Villa are in the relegation zone because they haven’t been good enough throughout the season, and Arsenal have all the momentum.
Man United will have been extremely disappointed to lose the FA Cup semi final against Chelsea and now have full focus on qualifying for the Champions League. It’s in their own hands too, as wins in their last two games would see a top four finish confirmed. Speaking of confirmed, West Ham all but secured their place in the Premier League with that win over Watford. In terms of things to look out for: since the restart, Anthony Martial has scored in every single Premier League home game including a hat trick against Sheffield United. The chances are he’ll bag a goal again at Old Trafford.
The day has finally arrived, as Liverpool will be officially lifting the Premier League trophy. It’s been an incredible season for the Reds, though recent form hasn’t been ideal. Their last outing was a 2-1 defeat at Arsenal, with uncharacteristic errors from Virgil van Dijk and Alisson. Their opponents here really need to win, as three points for third placed Chelsea would secure a place in the Champions League. Defending likely won’t be first on the agenda for both sides, so goals could follow.
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*all odds correct at the time of writing and are subject to change