This weekend all eyes will be on the Etihad and the revolution that’s currently underway there that could set the Premier League ablaze. Man City will take on Chelsea as they look to make one step closer towards the title, but that game is still worth betting on with online sportsbooks in UK. Check out some of the other matches we’ve covered in our preview (below) of this weekend’s action.
Burnley v Everton – H 7/5 (2.39) D 21/10 (3.10) A 21/10 (3.10)
This isn’t a big match, but looking at the odds it’s worth taking a taking a closer inspection into. Burnley, with their limited budget, have managed to reach 7th position on the table with 37 points – a truly remarkable achievement by their charismatic manager Sean Dyche. Burnley’s record in front of home support has seen them win 5 times but also lose the same amount, while suffering 4 draws in the process.
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Everton, who are 2 places below on the table with 34 points, have been struggling to fill up the oppositions’ net since their talismanic striker Romelu Lukaku has left for Man United. What’s even more concerning is their performances on the road where they’ve managed to win only 1 game, while suffering 8 losses and 5 draws. That’s why we’re willing to place our bets on Burnley with a possible draw.
Brighton v Arsenal – H 10/3 (4.33) D 13/5 (3.60) A 4/5 (1.80)
Arsenal have succumbed to yet another defeat (at the Emirates this time), although many spectators in the sport were expecting that since they faced Premier League favourites Man City. This cements the assertion that it’s time for the Gunners boss Arsene Wenger to move on, as Arsenal seem to be going nowhere with him in charge.
Will Lacazette partner up with Aubameyang up front for Arsenal this weekend? (source: The Asutralian)
Next up on the calendar is Brighton away, but we’re doubtful whether Wenger’s men can pull it off after the humiliating 3-0 defeat to Pep Guardiola’s side. Brighton have won 3 of their last 5 games, with their other 2 encounters ending with 1 loss and draw apiece. Arsenal on the other hand have recorded 3 straight losses away from home, so we’re backing Brighton for this match, with providers of internet betting in UK.
Man City v Chelsea – H 4/7 (1.57) D 16/5 (4.20) A 17/4 (5.25)
This is the biggest highlight of round 29, but we’re anticipating another routine win for the Sky Blues as they prepare to host the soon-to-be dethroned Premier League champions at the Etihad this weekend. Man City are 16 points clear at the top of the table, while Chelsea have been pushed down into 5th position having suffered 3 losses in the last 5 encounters.
We see nothing else besides a comfortable victory for Man City, especially since they’ve won all but 1 out of 14 games at home this season, and that 1 game saw them held back to a draw. But luckily for us punters the odds are still pretty good, despite the fact that Guardiola’s men are the ultimate favourites for this match.