The Hard Tackle presents to you the one-stop shop to scour all the best betting markets for the thirty-fourth gameweek of the English Premier League
Liverpool kick us off on Saturday as they visit Hawthorns to face a West Brom side that will be high on confidence after a narrow win over Manchester United. Arsene Wenger has announced that he will retire at the end of the season, which should invigorate the Gunners as they face West Ham.
Manchester City host Swansea City in their first game after being confirmed Champions of the Premier League. Manchester United, Tottenham, Chelsea and Southampton will be playing their respective FA Cup semi-final fixtures on Saturday and Sunday respectively.
Before we delve into the best markets for the upcoming gameweek, we take a look at the result of our suggestions from the earlier gameweek.
Favourable Bets result: 9/16
Underdog Bets result: 0/5
THT Favourable Bets Overall Result: 215/402
West Brom vs Liverpool
Liverpool will look to continue putting the pressure on Manchester United for second place, now that Manchester City have already been crowned champions of England. West Brom beat Manchester United but that is likely to be it, with Liverpool’s attacking pedigree and form of their attackers superior to the that of the Red Devils.
1. Liverpool to win @ 1.50
2. Over 2.5 Match Goals @ 1.80
1. Liverpool to win Both Halves @ 3.75
Arsenal vs West Ham
The London derby will now be the first match after confirmation of this being Arsene Wenger’s last few months at Arsenal. The players should be fired up to give him a resounding farewell with the last few games and the trend should start at West Ham, with their tepid showing against Newcastle.
1. Both Teams to Score – YES @ 1.61
2. Arsenal to win @ 1.55
3. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to score anytime @ 1.53
1. Javier Hernandez to score anytime @ 3.50
Manchester United vs Tottenham
Wembley is the next stop for Manchester United fans as they seek to advance to the final of the FA Cup, their only remaining shot at silverware this season. Tottenham’s form has petered out of late, with the defeat to Manchester City and the draw against Brighton and United will be looking to take advantage of the same.
Expect a close encounter, with Jose Mourinho and Mauricio Pochettino’s respective record in big games likely to decide the tie.
1. Manchester United to qualify @ 2.20
2. Full Time Result – Manchester United or Draw @ 1.61
3. Both Teams to Score – NO @ 2.00
1. Manchester United to win @ 3.40
Chelsea vs Southampton
Like Manchester United, FA Cup is the only shot at silverware for Chelsea. They face Southampton, a side that is embroiled in the relegation battle and are in a dilemma of sorts, with FA Cup presenting a shot at silverware and European qualification while they are in serious danger of being relegated to the Championship.
Chelsea have bounced back with successive victories – their first in 2018 and should be able to sweep away the danger posed by Southampton.
1. Chelsea to win @ 1.50
2. Both Teams to Score – YES @ 1.95
3. Olivier Giroud to score anytime @ 2.37
1. Chelsea to win both halves @ 3.75
Crystal Palace can take another giant leap towards safety by taking advantage of Watford’s woeful form while Stoke could find themselves closer to relegation as they host Burnley.
1. Crystal Palace to beat Watford @ 2.50
2. Stoke vs Burnley – Full Time Result – Draw or Burnley @ 1.61
3. Everton vs Newcastle – Full Time Result – Draw or Newcastle @ 1.61
1. Burnley to beat Stoke @ 3.50
2. Newcastle to beat Everton @ 3.40