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Premier League Matchweek 30 betting tips & goalscorer picks

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The English Premier League title race resumes this weekend with a key clash between Manchester City and Arsenal headlining a full slate of matches. Below are our EPL betting tips for every clash of Matchday 30.

Newcastle United vs West Ham United

Saturday, March 30 – 11:30pm AEDT – St James’ Park

With just one win from their past four matches, Newcastle’s hopes of a return to European football have crumbled. As they welcome the seventh-placed West Ham, they come in as favourites with EPL bookmakers despite their poor recent record. Each of Newcastle’s past 10 matches has gone over the total goals line, and facing a West Ham side with plenty of firepower, this should be no different.

Over 3.5 goals


Bournemouth vs Everton

Sunday, March 31 – 2am AEDT – Vitality Stadium

A run of 11 matches without a win has left Everton dangerously close to the relegation zone. As they travel to Bournemouth, they come in as underdogs against a side that is on a three-match unbeaten run. While Everton won the reverse fixture 3-0, they haven’t kept a clean sheet in their past six matches — something that Bournemouth top scorer Dominic Solanke should take advantage of.

Dominic Solanke anytime goalscorer


Chelsea vs Burnley

Sunday, March 31 – 2am AEDT – Stamford Bridge

Sitting in 11th spot, it has been a disappointing season so far for Chelsea. However, they are undefeated in their past four — a run they are heavily tipped to extend as favourites in this clash. Stuck in the relegation zone, Burnley earned a vital win against Brentford in their last match, and while they might not have the quality to match Chelsea, don’t be surprised if they trouble the scorers.

Chelsea / Both teams to score


Nottingham Forest vs Crystal Palace

Sunday, March 31 – 2am AEDT – The City Ground

After being deducted four points due to a Financial Fair Play breach over the break, Nottingham Forest now find themselves in the relegation zone, one point behind Luton Town. With the stakes now much higher, they welcome a vulnerable Crystal Palace side that has won just one of its past six matches. These are two of the lowest-scoring sides in the Premier League, so don’t expect many goals in this one.

Under 2.5 goals


Sheffield United vs Fulham

Sunday, March 31 – 2am AEDT – Bramall Lane

After their impressive 3-0 victory over Tottenham before the break, Fulham have now won three of their past four matches against top-half opposition. They now travel north to face the last-placed Sheffield United — the worst defensive side in Premier League history. Expect the Fulham forwards to take full advantage, with the total goals line offering added value.

Fulham / Over 2.5 goals


Tottenham Hotspur vs Luton Town

Sunday, March 31 – 2am AEDT – Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

Sitting just three points outside of the top four with a game in hand, Tottenham have an excellent chance to put the pressure on Aston Villa as they welcome the struggling Luton Town. The Hatters have conceded over three goals per game during their nine-match winless streak; however, they have not been kept goalless in a match since November, while Ange Postecoglou’s men have conceded in 10 of their past 11 games.

Tottenham / Both teams to score


Aston Villa vs Wolverhampton Wanderers

Sunday, March 31 – 4:30am AEDT – Villa Park

Locked in an exciting top-four battle, Aston Villa face a tricky matchup against the unpredictable Wolves. Unbeaten in their past six matchups, Wolverhampton seemingly have the edge over the Villans, who have conceded 10 goals in their past five matches. Coming in as +400 underdogs with BetOnline, Gary O’Neil’s charges offer great value for a side that has regularly upset quality opposition.

Wolves to win


Brentford vs Manchester United

Sunday, March 31 – 7am AEDT – Gtech Community Stadium

After their upset FA Cup win over Liverpool before the break, Manchester United should be full of confidence as they face Brentford. Winless in their past six matches, the Bees have now fallen down to 15th on the table. On the road, Man United offer great value for an in-form side at +120 with the best soccer betting sites.

Man United to win


Liverpool vs Brighton & Hove Albion

Monday, April 1 – 12am AEDT – Anfield

With a chance to jump into first and put the pressure on the other title challengers, Liverpool kick off a super Sunday against Brighton & Hove Albion. The Reds have struggled against Brighton recently, winning just once in their past seven meetings. However, with Mohamed Salah expected to return to the starting side, Liverpool should be too good for a side that has one away win since November.

Mohamed Salah anytime goalscorer


Manchester City vs Arsenal

Monday, April 1 – 2:30am AEDT – Etihad Stadium

Manchester City host Arsenal in a clash that may end up deciding the title race. Sitting one point ahead, the Gunners enter this match searching for their first win at the Etihad since 2015, while City are looking for a better performance than in their 1-1 draw with Liverpool before the break. Arsenal won the reverse fixture 1-0, but back at home, City should be stronger in what should be a close game.

Both teams to score


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