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A Premier League relegation six-pointer is at hand as Swansea and Southampton kick the gameweek off. Chelsea have split the top four race wide open after defeating Liverpool and the Blues would love to keep the pressure on as they face a Huddersfield side who became the first team to hold Manchester City without allowing a single goal at Etihad.
Manchester City can still reach the 100 point mark for the season and they would be looking to take the right step as they host Brighton while Manchester United could see a few new faces against West Ham with Jose Mourinho already securing second place in the Premier League.
Tottenham need to stop their freefall if they are to secure a top four finish and they will have their task cut out as Newcastle pay them a visit.
Before we move ahead, let us first take a look at the result of the last gameweek.
Favourable Bets result: 5/12
Underdog Bets result: 2/7
THT Favourable Bets Overall Result: 233/439
Chelsea vs Huddersfield
Chelsea need a win to pile on the pressure in the race for top four while Huddersfield will aim to beat the drop and a win is likely to ensure the same for the current Premier League campaign. The win over Liverpool should be a spring-step in their aim to retain their Champions League status and we should see a fighting Chelsea come out at the Bridge against Huddersfield.
The Terriers themselves should be up to the task, with Premier League safety in sight. Expect a high-octane game.
1. Over 2.5 Match Goals @ 1.53
2. Both Teams to Score – YES @ 2.50
1. Steve Mounie to score anytime @ 6.50
Leicester vs Arsenal
With Arsenal set to finish second, the Gunners have just two things to play for – pride and to give the perfect sendoff to Arsene Wenger. Leicester on the other hand, will be looking to confirm their finish in the top half, with just 3 points separating themselves at 9th from 13th placed Watford.
If recent results are anything to go by, Arsenal should have it easy.
1. Arsenal to win @ 2.00
2. Over 1.5 Team Goals for Arsenal @ 1.66
1. Arsenal Clean Sheet – YES @ 3.50
West Ham vs Manchester United
A game that has far larger implications for West Ham than the visitors. Manchester United are confirmed to complete a one-two for Manchester in the Premier League. With an FA Cup final left to be played, Mourinho’s eyes will be locked towards Wembley. There are rumours that Manchester United fans might be treated to one or more academy faces on Thursday.
West Ham have reached the magical 38 point mark but are still not out of the danger of relegation and David Moyes will look to take advantage of Manchester United fielding a second-string side to confirm Premier League safety. Expect goals in this match.
1. West Ham Asian Handicap + 1.0 @ 1.550
2. Over 2.5 Match Goals @ 1.85
1. West Ham to win @ 4.75
Swansea’s liftoff under Carlos Carvahal has ended and the team are in a freefall. So much so that the Swans are now back in the relegation zone. Southampton’s form has picked up of late and we should expect the Saints to condemn Swansea further towards Championship.
Tottenham need a win and Newcastle United might just be the unlucky customer. Brighton achieved Premier League safety with a win over Manchester United and they now face the blue half of Manchester.
1. Swansea vs Southampton – Southampton Draw No Bet @ 1.61
2. Swansea vs Southampton – Both Teams to Score – YES @ 1.95
3. Tottenham vs Newcastle – Tottenham Asian Handicap – 2.0 @ 1.960
4. Manchester City vs Brighton – Brighton Asian Handicap + 2.5 @ 1.890
1. Manchester City vs Brighton – Brighton Draw No Bet @ 19.00