Man City have clinched the Premier League title, but there’s a few more rounds to go before the season comes to an official end. So this is your time to bet on Premier League with online sportsbooks in UK on some of the last few matches of the 2017/18 campaign.
Watford v Newcastle – H 9/7 (2.29) D 11/5 (3.20) A 11/5 (3.20)
After 36 rounds in the English top flight, Watford sit in the middle of the table (13th) as predicted at the start of the season; over the last five home games they’ve won only 2 games, with the remaining matches ending with 2 draws and a loss.
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Newcastle are three places above them on the table, but the downsides it that their performances away from home have been quite disappointing throughout the campaign. 2 losses, 2 draws and only 1 victory is all the Magpies have mustered up in the last 5 encounters.
Considering the performances of both sides during this recent period, we’re willing to bet on a draw potentially with goals coming from each side. But we wouldn’t be surprised if Watford find a crack through Newcastle’s defence a few more times than expected, so that might be worth considering as well.
Arsenal v Burnley – H 1/2 (1.50) D 3/1 (4.00) A 6/1 (7.00)
The special thing about this match is that it’ll be Arsene Wenger’s last home game in the Premier League, so it might be cool to watch it just for that reason. But also, it could see the Gunners be extra motivated to perform well to send off their manager with a final home victory in the league.
It’s easy to see why providers of internet betting in UK are favouring them to clinch a win this weekend at the Emirates, despite the fact that Burnley sit merely one place below them on the table – in 7th position.
Arsenal actually have the second-best home performance in the English top flight with 14 victories, 2 draws and only 2 losses. So far, Burnley’s away performances have seen them win on 7 occasions, while the other matches ended with 7 draws and 4 losses. Will it be a farewell victory send off for Wenger, in front of the home fans? We think it will.
Chelsea v Liverpool – H 8/7 (2.14) D 5/2 (3.50) A 11/5 (3.20)
And lastly, the biggest game of the weekend will see Chelsea host Liverpool at Stamford Bridge on Sunday evening. The Blues have been given preferential odds, but we’re actually backing the Reds for this match, despite the fact that Chelsea supporters can create a hostile environment at home.
Over the last five games, Chelsea have won 3 matches, but the other two – that were played at home – finished in a draw and a loss to West Ham and Tottenham, respectively.
Liverpool are third on the table – two places above Chelsea – but they succumbed to three draws in the last encounters and have secured only two wins, only one of which came in while playing away from home. We’re still thinking Jurgen Klopp’s men can outsmart Chelsea, but if you’re unsure, then a draw with goals might worth taking into account.