The English Premier League continues this weekend and there are now under 10 games left for the majority of the teams! As usual, we have a full preview and betting picks for some of our favourite games of the week below!
EPL Matchday 30 Betting Picks
Tottenham Hotspur vs Manchester United
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, Sunday 12.30pm (ET)
The Red Devils captured a monster 2-0 win over their cross town rivals, Manchester City in Matchday 29 and will be looking to continue their charge towards the top four with another win over a big rival this weekend. They travel to London to take on Tottenham on Sunday afternoon and can depending on what happens in Chelsea’s game, Manchester United could see themselves in the top four by the end of the round.
After the big win over Manchester City, the Red Devils will no doubt fancy their chances of securing a top four place if they can past Tottenham this week. Following this game, their run home becomes much easier with games against Sheffield, Brighton, Bournemouth, Aston Villa, Southampton, Crystal Palace, West Ham and Leicester to round out the season.
The Spurs have been absolutely ravaged by injury this season and currently sit in eighth place on the table. They are, however, only 7 points behind Chelsea in fourth place, and while they’ll need a minor miracle to jump into the top four, it’s not out of the question if they have a good run home.
Manchester United have won seven of their last 11 games against Tottenham including their last two in a row. They are in much better form than the Spurs at the moment as well, coming off the big win over Man City and having only lost three of their last 10 games. Love the value of the Red Devils here with their top four hopes on the line.
Everton vs Liverpool
Goodison Park, Monday 4pm (ET)
Liverpool will be super-focused on their matchup with Atletico Madrid in the Champions League this week, and depending on how that goes, the English Premier League could be their only remaining competition by the time this game rolls around. Regardless, Liverpool will have ample time to recover from their Champions League game, so it shouldn’t effect them here.
Everton will host the second Merseyside Derby of the year after being trounced 5-2 at Anfield back in December. Their run of good form was snapped in a 4-0 loss to Cheslea on the weekend. Prior to that game, they had lost just two of their last 10 games and were on the charge to the top eight and a possible Europa League qualification. With the loss, they have now slipped to 12th place on the table.
Liverpool have had an absolutely dominant record in the Merseyside Derby in recent history. They have not lost against Everton in their last 18 matchups, dating all the way back to October of 2010 when the Toffees secured a 2-0 win at home.
In their last 10 clashes, Liverpool have racked up seven wins and three draws on the back of a dominant 18-5 total goal aggregate. Back the Reds to get the job done here.
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