Premier League Betting Tips – Matchweek 33

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Hull have won 5 of their last 6 home matches

We have a break this week from the title race, so can focus our attentions on the battle to avoid the drop.

Before Marco Silva joined Hull, they looked dead and buried. But he has transformed the club with some big signings in January to see them playing great Football in front of their home crowd. It has been the home form which is the key to them jumping out of the bottom four. In fact, Marco Silva is now unbeaten in an incredible 40 home matches as manager of Hull and Estoril in Portugal. You have to go back to March 2014 to find the last time he lost a home game! There are no injury concerns since the loss against Stoke last weekend, and Silva is expected to name an unchanged side.

Recently, Watford have had similar problems to Hull. They have picked up points at home, but struggled on the road. In fact, they have lost 8 out of their last 10 away matches. Only Craig Cathcart is expected to miss the trip to Hull, with Miguel Britos back following his suspension.

Suggested bet: Hull to win @ 19/20 (Betfair Sportsbook)

Swansea have lost 5 of their last 6 matches

It is do or die time for Swansea if they want to keep their place in the Premier League. Boss Paul Clement declared the home match against Stoke as a ‘must win’ and he will be hoping that his players show a bit more fight than they did in the recent loss against Watford. But things are pretty dire. They have lost 5 of their last 6 matches, and have failed to score in 4 of those. To make matters worse, they are expected to miss Jack Cork and Wayne Routledge this weekend.

Stoke boss Mark Hughes had a bit of pressure relieved after his side picked up a 3-1 home win over Hull City last time out. But it is Stoke’s away form which has been particularly disappointing. They have failed to score in each of their last 5 Premier League away games, and have picked up just 1 point over that period.

Suggested bet: Under 1.5 goals @ 9/4 (bet365)

There have been over 2.5 goals scored in 6 of West Ham’s last 7 games

Four points in their last two games has reduced the pressure on West Ham, and they now need just one win to hit that magical 40 point mark. It has been a very difficult season for West Ham, following their move to the Olympic Stadium. There was a lot of optimism around the club, but they have failed to live up to expectations. Slaven Bilic will be fearing for his job, and will be hoping to finish the season on a high and guard against receiving his P45 at the end of the campaign.

Luck is not on his side though, and he has a mountain of absentees to contend with. Both Sam Byram and Mark Noble are suspended for the visit of Everton. Aaron Cresswell and star striker Andy Carroll are also expected to miss the match through injury. Winston Reid, Angelo Ogbonna, Pedro Obiang and Michail Antonio remain out.

Overall, it has been a successful campaign so far for Everton, and it isn’t over yet. Following the disastrous form of Arsenal, Everton are hunting a top 6 spot, and will be hoping to keep up the pressure. Lukaku is on fire and they have every chance. But they need to correct their away record which has seen them go 5 matches without a win. There are no fresh injury concerns for Ronald Koeman, and Bolasie, Coleman, Funes Mori, Lennon, McCarthy and Besic remain out.
Suggested bet: Everton to win & BTTS @ 3/1 (Bet365)

Man Utd are undefeated in their last 22 matches

Jose Mourinho declared that he is yet to give up on the league following his side’s superb 2-0 victory over table toppers Chelsea at the weekend. It was suggested that the Red Devils would focus on winning the Europa League, but Mourinho senses the chance to finish inside the top four this season. Manchester United’s away form has been great this season, and in their last 3 away matches they have scored at least 3 goals.

But Burnley’s home form has been particularly good, so it is a difficult place to travel. Tottenham are the only side to beat them since Mid-November at home. Plus they aren’t safe from relegation so will be fighting for their lives.
Suggested bet: Manchester United to win & BTTS @ 3/1 (bet365)

Liverpool have scored at least 2 goals in their last 5 home matches

Jurgen Klopp has revived his side’s fortunes after their early 2017 form saw them depart the title race and slip outside of the top four. They now sit third in the table thanks to playing extra games, but will recognise the need to keep winning games if they want to be playing Champions League Football next season.

They picked up good away wins at difficult grounds against Stoke and West Brom in their last two games, and have coped well without talisman Sadio Mane.

He isn’t their only loss at the moment, though. Klavan, Henderson, Lallana, Matip also out. Klopp has suggested that youngster Joe Gomez could start at centre-back.

Sam Allardyce looks to have done it again, and has his side in excellent form. He will be fighting against complacency though, and will be well aware his side need to pick up a few more points to guarantee survival.

They have lost just 1 of their last 6 matches, drawing 1 in a run that included a 2-1 win at Stamford Bridge over Chelsea. That shows they have an appetite for disrupting the top teams, and will be going to Anfield full of confidence.

Mamadou Sakho is ineligible to play against his parent club, so Sam Allardyce will welcome James Tompkins back into the side. They can also welcome Remy, McArthur and Schlupp back from injuries.

Suggested bet: 2-2 Correct Score @ 20/1 (Bet365)

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