Only four Premier League fixtures are set to be played out this weekend, with Game Week 29 brought forward to accommodate for the FA Cup quarterfinals.
Nevertheless, we’re set for a couple of exciting ties as Tottenham look to push back inside the top 6 with a win over Aston Villa, while the Gunners play their second London derby in as many weeks when they lineup against the Hammers!
Our in-house rabona reverend has blessed the punters with his four best betting plays ahead of this weekend’s Premier League action!
Leeds head to Craven Cottage in the search of their first league goal since game week 25!
Though goals won’t come cheap in this fixture, with Fulham holding their opponents scoreless in five of their last eight league matches.
The Under 2.5 goals market has hit in eight of the Cottagers last 10 fixtures, as the relegation battlers look to bore their opponents out of the contest.
Fulham’s defensive record coupled with Leeds offensive struggles will undoubtably result in a low scoring encounter here.
If the fixture above didn’t put you to sleep then this one will hit you like a kilo of emazepam!
16th plays 17th as both Brighton and Newcastle attempt to pull clear of the dreaded drop zone.
The Toons are out to snap a five game unbeaten run, which has seen them find the back of the net on just three occasions.
While, Brighton attempt to secure back-to-back victories for just the second time this season after seeing off Southampton 2-1 last week.
With Steve Bruce singing his defensive Toons and Graham Potter just happy to be in the league, I’d be surprised if either team has a real crack at winning this fixture.
The first decent PL fixture of the weekend materialises when the Gunners head to Olympic Stadium to take on the Hammers.
David Moyes will welcome back up-and-coming superstar Jesse Lingard to the fold, after the attacking midfielder sat out the match against parent club, United.
The Gunners are coming in off an exciting victory against arch rivals Tottenham, with summer signing Martin Odegaard leaving his mark on the contest after scoring the opener.
Mikel’s men have shown improved attacking intent of late, though coming at the expense of their defensive structures, with their last clean sheet coming 11 games back.
Four of the last five Arsenal fixtures have gone over the 2.5 goals line, while both teams to score has hit in every game across that trip.
Arsenal snatched a 2-1 victory the last time these two sides met and I’m expecting another open affair here.
The Spurs look to put their North London failure behind them when they travel to Villa park on Monday morning (AEST).
The Villans played out a non-eventful draw against relegation contenders Newcastle and are clearly missing the spark provided by club captain, Jack Graelish.
Despite the result against the Gunners, Tottenham have been playing an exciting brand of football recently, with the likes of Gareth Bale and Harry Kane showing fans why they’re both considered club legends.
The Spurs have won their last five fixtures against Villa and more damningly are undefeated at Villa Park since January 2008 (10 Games).