Chuks breaks it down game by game in this hot 23 odds - Bet Code OPFGR
Show me a person who is not happy with EPL restart and I will show you an Arsenal or a Man United fan. Lol!
The reason is simple. Liverpool need just a couple of wins to be crowned champions of England, and Man United fans will no longer have bragging rights over the Premier League, whenever they do the greatest English club debate with Liverpool fans. While Arsenal may not play European football next season, except Arteta performs some magic. What a time "smiles"...
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Spurs vs Man Utd - Man Utd to Win or Draw
We start from the first game this Friday where United clash with Spurs. It's considered a key game in the struggle for the Top 4. Ole's boys will prove a hard nut to crack by Mourinho's side that was struggling for form before the suspension. Though they got Harry Kane and Hugo Loris coming back. I think Man United will carry the day or at worst a draw.
Chelsea vs Aston Villa - Chelsea to Win and Over 1.5 Goals
Aston Villa’s fight for League survival does not get any easier versus Chelsea. With just a 3-point lead over 5th place Man United, Lampard will be desperately trying to hold down a Champions League spot for the Blues next season. How bad are things for Villa? Well, 6 of their next 10 matches are against sides in the top half of the table and only 1 is against a team in the bottom 6.
Chelsea’s quality with Mount, Pulisic, and Kovacic in midfield looks too much for Villa to handle.
Everton vs Liverpool - Liverpool to Win
The Merseyside Derby will see Jurgen Klopp face an Everton side under a tactician Carlo Ancelotti. The Blues will be out to justify the huge summer spend that the saw the likes of Richarlison, Kean Iwobi, and others arrive at Goodison Park. Everton have not won a Merseyside derby since October 2010, and their last 4-0 defeat by Chelsea showed there is still a lot of work to do. Liverpool have won all but two of their league games away from home- a draw at Old Trafford and the loss at Watford. Liverpool should win this in the end.
Watford vs Leicester - Leicester to Win and Over 2.5 Goals
Watford are clinging out of the relegation zone by just goal difference. They have no game to spare now with some tight fixtures at the end of the season against Chelsea, Man City, Arsenal, They welcome the Foxes who will consider it a failure not to be in the Champions League next season after playing so well. I think Leicester with the 3rd best-attacking record in the league will thrash Watford and get maximum points.
Brighton vs Arsenal - Both Teams to Score
Arsenal were completely subdued by City on Wednesday. Well, we didn't expect anything much judging by their previous performances. Frankly, that performance does not even suggest they will smell Champions League football next season- just 3 shots and none on target. Arteta opted for a youthful side with Willock, Nketiah, and Saka all starting. Hopefully, he has learnt his lesson and start guys like Lacazette, Pepe or even Ozil. Against Brighton, battling against relegation, the contest looks like a draw frankly. But I see both sides scoring.
Man City vs Burnley - City to Win and Over 2.5 Goals
Despite the win against Arsenal, City are still 22 points behind Liverpool. The only people now hoping that City will somehow win the league are the wild dreamers. Even if City win all their games by 4 goal margins, there's no logical way for Liverpool will lose up to 5 matches. Burnley are on a 7-match unbeaten run in the league, but they cannot match the firepower City can muster.
Notice! No Home Advantage Again
Oh boy! Home advantage is gone since their restart. The likes of Arsenal still got about 5 away games to play. Without a raucous and hostile away crowd, the Gunners perhaps, now have a chance to turn things around and sneak back into European contention.
Sheffield United are another side who wouldn't feel so much pressure with trips to Man United, Leicester, Southampton and Newcastle, as they continue to nurse Champions League ambitions.
Yawa dey for Aston Villa who have now lost the edge they would have enjoyed from 6 home matches. Norwich will walk alone in their 5 home games against Burnley, West Ham and Brighton – things are looking much harder for Norwich, who are sinking fast into the relegation quicksand. Their away matches are almost hopeless too with trips to Arsenal, Chelsea and Man City.
Bournemouth have lost an important edge too – 5 of their next 9 matches are at home, and that could have been good if they had their supporters. They will host Crystal Palace, Newcastle, and Southampton., with some really tough away matches, it doesn't look safe for the Cherries.
Go Go Go!
So go ahead and chop my 23 odds bet with the Booking Code OPFGR and win! Premier League is going down. Get set and get your winnings this week. It's gonna be so good!