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EPL Matchweek 24 preview, betting tips & goalscorer picks

EPL Matchweek 24 tips

The Premier League action continues this weekend with 10 matches of top domestic football. Here are our tips for Matchday 24, with odds from Australia’s best EPL bookmakers.

Manchester City vs Everton

Saturday, February 10 – 11:30pm AEDT – Etihad Stadium

After Liverpool’s loss last weekend, Manchester City now have the opportunity to jump into first on the table with their game in hand. City should be far too good for Everton, but they will need to be wary of a Toffees outfit that twice came from behind to secure a 2-2 draw last weekend against Tottenham. City have conceded in 11 of their past 12 Premier League games, so there is value in backing Everton to get on the scoresheet as well.

Man City / Both teams to score


Fulham vs Bournemouth

Sunday, February 11 – 2am AEDT – Craven Cottage

This should be a cracking match between two mid-table sides coming off successive draws. While neither team enters this match in the greatest shape, it is Bournemouth who hold the advantage as they are undefeated in the past five between the two clubs. Cherries striker Dominic Solanke has been a standout with 13 goals and will be the main threat in this clash between two underwhelming attacks.

Dominic Solanke anytime goalscorer


Liverpool vs Burnley

Sunday, February 11 – 2am AEDT – Anfield

After their worst performance of the season last weekend in their 3-1 loss to Arsenal, Liverpool will be keen to return to winning ways as they chase the Premier League title. Facing the relegation-bound Burnley at home, the Reds should have no problems — even with the absence of star forward Mohamed Salah. Keep an eye out for Portuguese striker Diogo Jota, who has been electric lately with three goals in his last three matches.

Diogo Jota anytime goalscorer


Luton Town vs Sheffield United

Sunday, February 11 – 2am AEDT – Kenilworth Road

On a run of six matches unbeaten in all competitions, things are looking up for Luton Town as they aim to avoid relegation. Facing the last-placed Sheffield United, who are fresh off a 5-0 defeat to Aston Villa last weekend, Luton should be confident of a result that could lift them up to 15th. After scoring eight goals in their past two matches, it is clear the Luton have found their form offensively, so look to add the overs on the result for extra value.

Luton Town / Over 2.5 goals


Tottenham Hotspur vs Brighton & Hove Albion

Sunday, February 11 – 2am AEDT – Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

After conceding a disappointing late equaliser on their trip to Everton last week, Tottenham have dropped back out of the top four. Facing a tough test against Brighton, Spurs will be keen to avenge their 4-2 defeat earlier in the season. While Brighton are one of the most dangerous sides in the Premier League, they are winless in their past five on the road. With the return of Son Heung-min and Yves Bissouma for Tottenham, they should be too good here.

Tottenham to win


Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Brentford

Sunday, February 11 – 2am AEDT – Molineux Stadium

Following their impressive 4-2 victory at Chelsea last weekend, Wolves sit in the top half of the table for the first time this season. Looking to jump further up the table, they are chasing their third win over Brentford within the last two months. Brentford haven’t kept a clean sheet in 14 matches or won an away match since October, and their struggles are expected to continue in this clash.

Wolves to win


Nottingham Forest vs Newcastle United

Sunday, February 11 – 5am AEDT – The City Ground

Nottingham Forest will be looking to end their four-match winless run as they welcome Newcastle United, who they beat 3-1 on the road earlier in the season. After their 4-4 draw with Luton Town last weekend, it is hard to predict which Newcastle side will show up. In any case, we are expecting plenty of goals, as the Toon have gone over the 3.5-goal line in each of their past five matches.

Over 3.5 goals


West Ham United vs Arsenal

Monday, February 12 – 1am AEDT – London Stadium

After beating Liverpool 3-1 last weekend, Arsenal have worked their way back into the title race to sit just two points behind the leaders. In a must-win London derby this week they travel to West Ham, who have beaten them twice already this season. While we are not predicting a third upset this season as Arsenal have too much to lose, look for extra value in West Ham also getting on the scoresheet.

Arsenal / Both teams to score


Aston Villa vs Manchester United

Monday, February 12 – 3:30am AEDT – Villa Park

Sitting just five points off the top of the table, Aston Villa continue to defy expectations they chase a top-four spot. Villa now face a much tougher test as they host Manchester United, who are unbeaten in their past five. After his heroics in United’s 3-2 comeback win over Villa earlier this season, Argentine winger Alejandro Garnacho secured his second double of the season last week against West Ham and looks their most dangerous option going forward.

Alejandro Garnacho anytime goalscorer


Crystal Palace vs Chelsea

Tuesday, February 13 – 7am AEDT – Selhurst Park

Chelsea secured an impressive 3-1 win over Aston Villa in the FA Cup during the week, but their Premier League form is a different story. After conceding four goals in both matches last week, the Blues have slipped to 11th on the table. Crystal Palace also conceded four goals last weekend, going down 4-1 to Brighton. With neither team providing supporters with any confidence, we should be confident in taking the over.

Over 2.5 goals


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