The 2015-16 EPL season continues midweek with a short turn around for the Premier League sides, so make sure to continue reading for our EPL Week 28 Preview and Betting Tips.
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Leicester City vs West Bromwich Albion (Wednesday 6.45am AEDT)
The Foxes left it late over the weekend but they managed to find the goal at home that saw them defeat Norwich City and retain top spot on the EPL ladder. It was a massive victory for the side as they can’t afford to let any points drop, especially against the weaker sides.
Meanwhile West Brom have lifted in recent weeks with victories against Everton and Crystal Palace. However, they face a much tougher side this weekend. Leicester has won the last two meetings with the Baggies and it has been 463 minutes since they last conceded a goal on home soil. Their defence will maintain to be nearly impossible to crack whilst they still pose one of the best offences in the league. This match is only ending with the Foxes picking up the three points.
Aston Villa vs Everton (Wednesday 6.45am AEDT)
Everton will enter the match against Aston Villa fresh as their match against Liverpool over the weekend was postponed due to Liverpool taking part in the Capital Cup final. This will boost the side massively, especially in the second half of the contest. However, it is likely that the match will already be out of the hands of their opponents who have struggled throughout the 2015-16 EPL season.
Aston Villa remains on the bottom of the ladder after their latest loss to Stoke City. Toffees striker Romelu Lukaku has scored five goals in his past four appearances for his side and he will be looking to continue that form this weekend against one of the worst defences in the league. This should be a clear-cut victory for the Toffees.
West Ham vs Tottenham Hotspur (Thursday 6.45am AEDT)
The Spurs had to work for their win against Swansea after falling behind early in the match and trailing until the final quarter of the contest. The win saw them earn their sixth straight Premier League victory as they remain just two points behind leaders Leicester City. Meanwhile West Ham were able to earn a victory against relegation side Sunderland. Their victory was less convincing but they were able to hold a clean sheet for the first time in three matches.
The Spurs have been playing at a ridiculous level this season and have flown under the radar due to the success and fairy tale story of the Foxes. They nearly have the best attack in the league whilst their defence is by far the best. The Hammers will find it difficult to find a goal whilst the Spurs will be constantly pressuring for their own. We have them picking up an away victory in this one.
Liverpool vs Manchester City (Thursday 6.45am AEDT)
The Reds will be forced to face their demons immediately after suffering heartbreak in the Capital Cup final. The match was forced into penalties after a winner couldn’t be declared after regular and extra time.
Throughout the match both teams were able to create quality chances with the goalkeepers from both sides stepping up to make remarkable saves. However, it was Manchester City who created the better of the chances and they were deserved winners on the day and should have ended the match in regulation. Despite the injury to Kevin De Bruyne, City have far too much firepower and the Reds will need to do shopping in the offseason if they are to return to a powerhouse. City will earn the victory on the road despite losing at home 4-1 in a shock loss earlier in the season.
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