Big weekend in EPL action coming up with a full slate of games being closed out with two big clashes between Tottenham and Manchester United on Monday morning followed by Everton and Liverpool on Tuesday morning!
As usual, see our full preview and betting tips for the key games of the week below!
Vicarage Road, 11.30pm Saturday (AEDT)
Leicester will be desperate to keep winning in the Premier League to ensure they stay in the top four and qualify for the Champions League next season. They currently sit in third place, eight points clear of the fifth placed Manchester United but this week marks a real danger game on the road against Watford.
The Hornets are just a few weeks removed from spoiling the Liverpool party, becoming the first team in the Premier League to defeat the Reds with a 3-0 win at home. They were on the road in Matchday 29 and went down 1-0 to Crystal Palace, but they have been a much better team at home this season. They have lost just 5 of 14 games at home, while losing 9 of 15 on the road this season.
Tough match to call either way here, but we are leaning towards the Hornets at home. They have a good record against Leicester, winning their last three against the Foxes at home, all by a score-line of 2-1.Watford to get the job done at home with some security for the draw seems the play here.
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, Monday 3.30am (AEDT)
The Red Devils secured a massive win in the context of their season last week as they downed their cross town rivals, Manchester City, 2-0 at home. The win keeps them within just three points of Chelsea in fourth place and right in the mix for Champions League qualification. They have lost just three of their last seven games and if they can get past Tottenham this week, their run home becomes much easier.
Tottenham have had a horror run of injuries through the middle portions of the year and have subsequently dropped to eighth place on the EPL table. They have won just three of their last 10 games, however, they are still right in the mix for Champions League qualification, currently sitting just 7 points behind Chelsea in fourth place. A win at home against Manchester United would go a long way to pinning back that deficit.
Tough to look past both the injuries to Tottenham at the moment and the current form of Manchester United. They outplayed Manchester City on the weekend and look like a team with new life over the past month or so. They are also looking pretty good on the injury front, with only Paul Pogba and Marcus Rashford currently sidelined from their best XI. Back the Red Devils to win this one on the road.
Goodison Park, Tuesday 7am (AEDT)
The second Merseyside Derby of the year will round out the Matchday 30 action as Everton host Liverpool from 7am on Tuesday morning. Liverpool won the first matchup at home back in December by a massive 5-2 score line and their rivals will be looking to get revenge at home this weekend.
Everton’s solid run of form was snapped by Chelsea in Matchday 29 as they were trounced 4-0 at Stamford Bridge. They had lost just two of their previous 10 games and will be hoping to get back into that form, although they don’t have much to play for, currently sitting 11 points behind fourth place and 10 points clear of the relegation zone.
Depending on how Liverpool’s midweek clash with Atletico Madrid in the Champions League goes, the Premier League could be all the Reds have left to focus on. Regardless, they’ll be getting nearly a full week of rest from their game on Thursday morning, and there is no doubt they are the much better side here. Back them to get the job done at good odds for Liverpool.
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