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Premier League betting tips, odds & predictions | Matchweek 36

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Arsenal lead the race for the English Premier League crown, but Manchester City trail them by one point with a game in hand. Here are our free EPL betting picks and predictions for all 10 games of Matchweek 36.


Luton Town vs Everton

Saturday, May 4 – 5am AEST – Kenilworth Road

With three straight defeats, relegation-threatened Luton Town will have it rough against Everton, who secured Premier League safety with their 1-0 win over Brentford. Though beaten by Luton in their last two meetings, the visiting Toffees seem destined to extend their winning streak to four.

Everton to win

+161
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Arsenal vs Bournemouth

Saturday, May 4 – 9:30pm AEST – Emirates Stadium

On top of the Premier League standings after their 3-2 win in the North London derby, Arsenal look set to continue their title charge against Bournemouth. Offensively aggressive while remaining the most defensively disciplined team in the league, the Gunners could put this encounter to bed during the opening exchanges.

Over 1.5 goals

-105.26
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BetOnline

Brentford vs Fulham

Sunday, May 5 – 12am AEST – Gtech Community Stadium

Brentford, now safe from relegation, will be hoping to return to winning ways against Fulham, who have won only one of their last six league outings. Coming off two wins in their last three matches, the hosts could make it three wins in three league meetings with the Cottagers.

Brentford to win

+112
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BetOnline

Burnley vs Newcastle United

Sunday, May 5 – 12am AEST – Turf Moor

On course to secure European football, Newcastle United take their rejuvenated form to the North West as they face relegation-threatened Burnley. Still in the survival fight after a gritty 1-1 draw with Manchester United last weekend, the Clarets could fall victim to Newcastle top-scorer Alexander Isak, who has scored seven goals in his last six games.

Alexander Isak anytime goalscorer

+120
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Sheffield United vs Nottingham Forest

Sunday, May 5 – 12am AEST – Bramall Lane

A point above the drop zone, Nottingham Forest are strongly positioned to register their first win in five matches. Sheffield United are returning to the Championship following their 5-1 hammering by the Magpies, while Forest still have it all to play for.

Nottingham Forest to win

-149.25
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BetOnline

Manchester City vs Wolverhampton Wanderers

Sunday, May 5 – 2:30am AEST – Etihad Stadium

One point adrift of leaders Arsenal with a game to spare, expect nothing short of three points from Manchester City. Although Wolves won the reverse fixture at home, they have only one win from their last seven games.

Man City / Both teams to score

+162
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BetOnline

Brighton & Hove Albion vs Aston Villa

Sunday, May 5 – 11pm AEST – Amex Stadium

Aston Villa will be seeking a third win in four outings as they continue their quest for Champions League qualification. Winless in their last six, Brighton could suffer yet another defeat against Unai Emery’s charges, who trounced them 6-1 in the reverse fixture.

Aston Villa to win

+150
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BetOnline

Chelsea vs West Ham United

Sunday, May 5 – 11pm AEST – Stamford Bridge

Chelsea will be aiming to gain lost ground in this London derby. Denied a late winner by VAR during last weekend’s 2-2 draw with Aston Villa, the Blues could finally squeeze past West Ham, who they haven’t beaten in their last two meetings.

Chelsea to win

-149.25
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BetOnline

Liverpool vs Tottenham Hotspur

Monday, May 6 – 1:30am AEST – Anfield

Arguably out of the title race after dropping five points in their last two matches, Liverpool will be hopinh to save face against visiting Spurs. It is rarely a dull affair when these sides meet, and this Anfield bout promises to be a fierce contest with plenty of action at both ends.

Over 3.5 goals

-149.25
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BetOnline

Crystal Palace vs Manchester United

Tuesday, May 7 – 5am AEST – Selhurst Park

Without two successive league wins since February, Manchester United will be seeking vengeance against Crystal Palace, who beat them 1-0 in September. Winless in their last three trips to Selhurst Park, the Red Devils could struggle against an in-form Palace with three wins from their last four games.

Draw

+290
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BetOnline

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