Tough week for us last week with our EPL Betting Tips for Match Day 36, however we’re confident we can bounce back with winning plays on some of the best fixtures in the upcoming Match Day 37. Check out our best bets below and good luck to everyone following!
First up for Match Day 37 take a look at the clash between Huddersfield Town and Manchester United. The already relegated Terriers will look to finish their last home match in the Premier League on a positive note, while the Red Devils will be looking to keep their top four hopes alive.
As mentioned above, Huddersfield’s fate was decided a long time ago and they’re now simply just playing for pride. They haven’t done a great job of that lately however, as they’ve lost each of their past eight league matches.
On the other hand, Manchester United still have hopes of finishing in fourth or fifth spot on the table but must win their remaining two fixtures and have a handful of other results go their way to do so. They’re in a form slump with just one point from their last three fixtures but get a great opportunity to get back on the winners list here.
Even though United have been playing well below their best of late, we still have them being far too strong for the Terriers. We’re more than happy to back them in to win this by 2+ goals away from home.
Second up on Sunday night we’ve found some value in the fixture that see’s Arsenal host Brighton and Hove Albion. Much like United, the Gunners will look to put the pressure on the fourth placed Chelsea, while Brighton will be relaxed after securing their safety in England’s top flight for another year.
The Gunners have been woeful over the past month with one win and four losses coming from their past five league matches. They’ve lost three on the spin and are in danger of slipping further down the table if they aren’t able to find some form.
Meanwhile, Brighton’s fate in the Premier League was decided on Saturday night when Cardiff failed to defeat Crystal Palace, which has Brighton staying in England’s top flight for another season. Undoubtedly there would have been some large celebrating taking place, which leaves us wondering how motivated they’ll be for this clash.
Arsenal still have plenty to play for, which can’t be said about their opponents here in Brighton. Even though they’ve been disappointing of late we still expect the Gunners to cruise to a victory at home.
The final fixture of Match Day 37 see’s Manchester City host Leicester City on Tuesday morning (AEST). The defending champions must win this fixture to leap frog Liverpool once again, whereas the Foxes will be looking to complete the double over the defending Champions after defeating them at the King Power Stadium earlier in the season.
Liverpool did their job by beating Newcastle in a tight match on Sunday morning, which means City must now win again to regain top place on the league table. City have won 12 on the spin and 16 of their last 17 league matches but will surely feel the pressure here with the stakes being as high as they are.
Leicester City have been brilliant over the past eight weeks where they’ve had six wins, one draw, and one loss. Their most recent fixture came at home to the Gunners where they would run out 3-0 winners in a dominant performance. The Foxes have shown great signs head into the off-season and will be looking to finish off the last two matches well.
Leicester are one of just four teams to beat Manchester City in the EPL this season, which is sure to give the defending champs plenty of nerves heading into this one. While we do expect City to win and jump back to first place, we expect it to be a close affair with Leicester covering the spread.
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