Premier League Betting Preview – Matchday 30 (Part II)

Premier League week 30 part 2

Many lucrative rewards await punters this weekend as the Premier League is set to feature some thrilling games.

Make sure to tune in the top flight of English football on Saturday and Sunday to have a go at pocketing big wins through your betting pursuits. UK gambling news reports that West Ham will be tested against Sunderland on Saturday evening, however anything could happen when a match like this one is on the agenda.

Tottenham favorites against Leicester at home
Liverpool and Man United prepare for a great derby
Everton face test against QPR away

Tottenham will square off against West Ham at White Hart Lane which should probably see them win the encounter. The first game on Sunday will see two of the most popular sides in England go head to head as they aim to clinch a better spot on the table and more importantly claim bragging rights. Liverpool will host Manchester United in what is looking to be a thrilling encounter. And lastly, Everton will QPR away from home.

Tottenham vs Leicester and West Ham vs Sunderland

sit in 7th place with 50 points overall, however they could have done much better considering they possess some really talented players. Over the last 5 encounters they notched 2 wins, 1 draw and 2 losses, stats that are not reassuring. While playing at White Hart Lane they have been able to win on 8 occasions, while the rest of the encounter ended in 3 draws and 4 losses. This is why Bet365 has decided to give them strong odds of 1.53 (6/11).


sit at the bottom of the Premier League with a meager 19 points to their name. They have been terrible all season long, unable to instill their gaming philosophy when encountering almost any sort of opposition. On the road they have tied twice and lost 3 games in the last 5 outings. Online sportsbooks in UK do not believe that they will be able to make a difference against the Spurs, with their odds being 6.00 (5/1).

West Ham
find themselves in the middle of the table after accumulating 39 points so far this season. In the last 5 games they have been experiencing a dip in form which has seen them draw twice and also notch 3 straight losses. The game against Sunderland should provide them with enough incentive to finally record a win in front of their home supporters. At home they have won 7 times, with the other matches ending in 3 draws and 5 losses.

West Ham-Sunderland

on the other hand have put on some disappointing performances lately. Currently, they occupy 17th spot in the Premier League with only 26 points. Their form has been quite bad as well as they took turns recording only draws and losses in the last 5 games. Bet365 has earmarked The Hammers to win 1.80 (4/5), however that event is somewhat uncertain, while the chances for the visitors are 4.50 (7/2). Perhaps the safest bet would be a draw 3.50 (5/2).

Liverpool vs Manchester United and QPR vs Everton

will play against one of their biggest rivals, Manchester United. They will host the Red Devils at Anfield where they should feel more comfortable as they know the surroundings. Brendan Rodgers’ men have been lackluster this season, considering they have been left without the potency of Luis Suarez in front of goal. Nevertheless, they managed to win all of their last 5 games which means that they will be aiming to replicate that same form against Man United.

Liverpool-Manchester United

Louis van Gaal’s side sit in 4th position with 56 points having notched 4 wins in the last 5 encounters, which has interrupted by only 1 loss. While playing away from Old Trafford they put on some bad performances (4 wins, 7 draws and 3 losses), which is why Bet365 gave them underdog chances 3.60 (13/5) against the Reds. A wind for 6-placed Liverpool stands at 2.05 (12/11), while a draw is 3.40 (12/5), an event that is most probable.

Queens Park Rangers
will have a chance to climb out of the relegation zone as they prepare to face Everton at home. The last time that they recorded a win was on the 10th of February when they played Sunderland away, which resulted in a 0:2 win. Since then they have only racked up losses, and for this reason they have been branded as outsiders 3.30 (23/10) against Everton.


Mobile betting sites believe that the Toffees can pull off a win 2.15 (8/7), despite not impressing much this season. They currently sit in 14th spot with only 31 points and an away record that is quite uncertain (3 wins, 3 draws and 9 losses). At the beginning of the season many believed that they would have the squad to make their presence known in the Premier League, however that has proved not to be the case. Due to their results, a draw 3.40 (12/5) is most likely.

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