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EPL Matchweek 37 preview, betting tips & top odds

Premier League Matchweek 37 tips

With no runaway winner in the race for Premier League glory, Matchweek 37 promises to deliver another thrilling weekend of top-flight football. Below are our free EPL betting tips and predictions for all 10 games this weekend.

Fulham vs Manchester City

Saturday, May 11 – 9:30pm AEST – Craven Cottage

Hot on Arsenal’s trail, Manchester City’s quest to retain their Premier League crown could receive a massive boost when they play Fulham, who are 13th on the table. Pep Guardiola’s side should comfortably brush aside the Cottagers, who have not beaten City in their previous 20 meetings.

Man City to win both halves


Bournemouth vs Brentford

Sunday, May 12 – 12am AEST – Vitality Stadium

Sitting 12 points above their opponents, Bournemouth have won three of their last seven games, whereas Brentford have won two matches over the same period. On the scoresheet during the reverse fixture, expect Dominic Solanke to once again find the back of the net for Bournemouth.

Dominic Solanke anytime goalscorer


Everton vs Sheffield United

Sunday, May 12 – 12am AEST – Goodison Park

Relegated to the Championship with three games to spare, a dejected Sheffield United side lines up against Everton, who have secured Premier League survival. As the Blades try to avoid a sixth consecutive defeat, Everton striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin will be aiming to make it three goals in the space of four games.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin anytime goalscorer


Newcastle United vs Brighton & Hove Albion

Sunday, May 12 – 12am AEST – St James’ Park

Boasting four wins from their last five games, Newcastle United are in prime position to secure European football. Meanwhile, Brighton have just a single win from their last seven games. Expect Eddie Howe’s side to be in control of the match, with Alexander Isak extending his fine form of eight goals in seven games.

Alexander Isak anytime goalscorer


Tottenham Hotspur vs Burnley

Sunday, May 12 – 12am AEST – Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

Second from bottom with two games to go, Burnley are racing against the clock to secure Premier League safety. With four straight defeats, albeit against formidable opponents, expect Spurs to return to winning ways against a resilient Burnley side.

Tottenham / Both teams to score


West Ham United vs Luton Town

Sunday, May 12 – 12am AEST – London Stadium

Despite both teams having only secured one victory from their last nine games, ninth-placed West Ham are expected to deal with Luton Town. The Hatters are second from bottom, while the Irons won the reverse fixture at Kenilworth Road.

West Ham to win


Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Crystal Palace

Sunday, May 12 – 12am AEST – Molineux Stadium

Confident after thrashing Manchester United 4-0 on Monday night, Crystal Palace carry their impressive form of four wins from their last five games to the Molineux. While Wolves have only won once in their last eight league games, the hosts remain resolute on home turf. Expect plenty of goals, similar to previous encounters.

Over 2.5 goals


Nottingham Forest vs Chelsea

Sunday, May 12 – 2:30am AEST – The City Ground

From languishing in the bottom half to pushing for a European place, Chelsea are aiming to finish the campaign strongly ahead of their summer rebuild. With three wins from their last five, expect the Blues to secure a hard-fought win over Nottingham Forest, who have one win from their last five outings.

Chelsea to win


Manchester United vs Arsenal

Monday, May 13 – 1:30am AEST – Old Trafford

This fixture couldn’t have come at a better time for Arsenal, as Manchester United are in terrible form as they limp towards the finish line. The league leaders should secure all three points, with star winger Bukayo Saka adding to his tally of 20 goals this season.

Bukayo Saka anytime goalscorer


Aston Villa vs Liverpool

Tuesday, May 14 – 5am AEST – Villa Park

Given their Thursday night trip to Greece for their Europa Conference League semifinal against Olympiacos, Aston Villa could struggle against a Liverpool side that beat Spurs 4-2 last time out. Reds hero Mohamed Salah scored in the reverse fixture and looks a good bet to do so again at Villa Park.

Mohamed Salah anytime goalscorer


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