We’ve got five Premier League predictions from this weekend’s top-flight fixtures in England and are hoping to land a whopping 111/1 acca if they all come in.
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Liverpool to beat Newcastle @ 3/10
The Reds face an uphill battle to get back into the Champions League next term but should be able to control proceedings here and a rare break from midweek action may help them to keep up the tempo throughout. Newcastle travel to Anfield buoyed by back-to-back wins which have significantly enhanced their survival hopes, but they do now have a much tougher run of fixtures and the Magpies may be in for a reality check on Merseyside, according to our Premier League predictions.
West Ham and Chelsea to draw @ 11/4
This contest could have a huge bearing on the Premier League top-four placings, with both teams level on points in fourth and fifth with six games left to play. Chelsea are odds-on favourites to prevail but will have been frustrated by a goalless stalemate against Brighton at Stamford Bridge. Given that Tuesday’s European Cup trip to Real Madrid is on the horizon, while the Hammers are unbeaten in five home games and have not lost to the Blues at London Stadium for the past three seasons, we prefer a draw at the prices available.
Brighton to win at Sheff Utd @ 3/4
Albion can be guilty of being the better team in matches without making the most of chances created, but this is a golden opportunity to pick up maximum points and close in on safety. Brighton have only been beaten once in five matches – and that was a slightly unlucky 2-1 loss at Manchester United. Sheffield United suffered the joint-earliest relegation in Premier League history after a 1-0 loss at Wolves made it five straight defeats in this competition, with just two goals scored in 10 games overall.
Wolves and Burnley to draw @ 5/2
The Clarets are fourth from bottom after suffering a hat-trick of defeats since the international break, but have been playing better than the bare results suggest. They led 2-0 at Southampton before going down 3-2, also went in front during a 2-1 loss to Newcastle and were drawing 1-1 at Manchester United until conceding a couple of late goals. Wanderers were only workmanlike in edging out both struggling Fulham and relegated Sheffield United 1-0, so this has all the makings of a tight tussle.
Leeds and Man Utd to draw @ 11/4
Marcelo Bielsa’s Whites go into this game on a five-match unbeaten run, but it has to be remembered that the Red Devils have not lost on the road in the Premier League all season, so it would be no surprise to see these old rivals share the spoils. Leeds were thrashed 6-2 by Manchester United at Old Trafford earlier this term but appear to have wised up a lot since then, avoiding defeat against Chelsea, Manchester City and Liverpool during their current good run.
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