We hit on two of our three best bets for Match Day 33 of the2018-19 EPL seasonto continue our profitable campaign to date. Liverpool scored a couple of clutch goals to hand us the handicap win, while Leicester were far too good for Huddersfield. Unfortunately, we couldn’t make it 3/3 as Newcastle failed to get up at home against Crystal Palace.
We now shift our focus to this weekend’s action which is Match Day 34 where we’re confident we’ve got some more winners on the way. Check out our best plays below and good luck to everyone following!
First up for the weekend we checkout the fixture that sees Burnley host Cardiff City at Turf Moor. Burnley will be looking to complete the season double over Cardiff after defeating them 2-1 at Cardiff City Stadium earlier in the season.
Burnley have had an interesting season to date that has included numerous poor runs and a couple of great winning runs. Currently, they’re on a two-game winning streak after defeating defeated the Wolves (2-0) and Bournemouth (3-1). They’re in 15thspot on the table and are eight points clear of the drop zone.
The Blue Birds have had a difficult first season back in the Premier League and will need to pull out all stops in order to remain in the top tier. They’ve lost five of their past six games and are coming off a 2-0 away loss to Manchester City. They’re currently five points away from the safe zone with six games remaining.
Very important match here between two teams fighting out the relegation battle. However, we see Burnley as the much better team of the two, particularly at home, which is why we’re more than happy to take them on at near even odds.
Second up for the slate we’re making a play on the Fulham vs Everton fixture at Craven Cottage. Everton won their earlier meeting this season by three goals to nil at Goodison Park.
Toe Cottagers season is all done and dusted after an absolute horror second half of their campaign. They’re currently on a nine-game losing streak where they’ve managed just five goals for compared to 23 goals against. They’ve won just four games all season long and will be falling back down to the Championship next season.
Everton are clearly in the best form they’ve been in for some time with three impressive wins on the spin. They’ve defeated Chelsea at home, West Ham (away), and Arsenal (home) to propel themselves into ninth spot on the table and just one point away from seventh.
This game doesn’t quite have the stakes at play as the match prior, but it still holds significant value for Everton. They’re still well and truly in the race for a Europa League spot and will be all guns blazing at the Cottage in this one.
The final game that we’re looking at this season is Manchester United vs West Ham United at Old Trafford. The Hammers shocked the Red Devils earlier this season by three goals to one at London Stadium.
The Red Devils are coming off a disappointing 2-1 loss away to Wolves last weekend, which was their second loss in three games. Despite their recent struggles, they’ve still had a successful second half of the season in comparison to the first and remain an outside chance to finish top four.
The Hammers would be quietly satisfied with where they’re at during this point in the season. In 11thspot, the Hammers have exceeded most expectations this campaign and are already safe from the drop zone.
Interesting match here with the Red Devils coming in at relatively short odds. At home, we expect them to bang in a few goals and prove far too good for a Hammers unit with not much to play for.
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