Premier League Betting Tips - Matchday 33, Sunday

Premier League Betting Tips - Matchday 33, Sunday

It’s another key day at the top end of the Premier League table on Sunday, with the top two in action as Arsenal and Liverpool look to keep their title hopes on track.

Liverpool get the chance to strike first when they play host to Crystal Palace at 2pm, before Arsenal face Aston Villa at the Emirates at 4:30pm.

The third clash on Sunday, sees east London meet west London, as West Ham and Fulham go head-to-head.

  • Liverpool vs Crystal Palace - Liverpool to win and over 2.5 goals

  • West Ham vs Fulham - Draw

  • Arsenal vs Aston Villa - Aston Villa Double Chance

Liverpool vs Crystal Palace (Sunday, 2pm)

Jurgen Klopp admitted his team were “all over the place” at times during their shock 3-0 defeat to Atalanta in their Europa League quarter-final first leg.

That result came off the back of a 2-2 draw at Manchester United last weekend, which saw them lose top spot in the league on goal difference.

If Liverpool are to give Klopp the perfect send-off, they will need to show that things are not unravelling and claim a crucial three points against Palace.

Despite the two frustrating results, the Reds are boosted by the return of several key players following injury lay-offs. Diogo Jota came on as a second-half substitute on Thursday after over a month out and could start on Sunday.

Alisson Becker, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Stefan Bajcetic have also returned to training this week and could be involved in the matchday squad to face Palace.

The Eagles have not won any of their last five Premier League games and are still not clear of the relegation zone, sitting five points outside the bottom three.

Things have not progressed as quickly as hoped under Oliver Glasner and he has recently questioned some of the squad’s fitness.

Over 2.5 goals have been scored in seven of the last 10 meetings between the two sides, including in the reverse fixture at Selhurst Park - when the Reds ran out 2-1 victors in December.


West Ham vs Fulham (Sunday, 2pm)

Six places and nine points separate these two, but recent form suggests there isn’t too much between these London teams.

Fulham have an edge on Sunday, having had a full week to prepare while the Irons had a trip to German league leaders Bayer Leverkusen on Thursday.

The 2-0 Europa League loss is likely to have taken quite a bit out of David Moyes’ men and the Cottagers will feel they can take advantage.

Both teams have won just one of their last five league games, with the Hammers drawing three times during that run of fixtures.

It’s three home draws in a row for West Ham and if you dig dipper, Moyes’ squad have collected six draws in their last 10 league games at the London Stadium, so it would be no surprise to see another share of the spoils on Sunday.

Fulham, who won the reverse fixture 5-0 have collected five points from their last five away games - three from a win at Manchester United, along with draws at Burnley and Sheffield United.


Arsenal vs Aston Villa (Sunday, 4:30pm)

Sunday’s game of the day takes place at the Emirates, as table-toppers Arsenal play host to fifth-placed Aston Villa.

Mikel Arteta’s men have kept three consecutive clean sheets in the Premier League, with some brilliant defensive displays.

Villa though will have taken some positives from the Gunners’ midweek European display, which saw them concede twice to Bayern Munich in their 2-2 Champions League draw.

Unai Emery heads back to north London where he endured a tough 18-month spell as Arsenal manager. The Spaniard will have a point to prove on Sunday, as Villa look to complete a league double over the leaders.

The former Villarreal coach put together a tactical masterplan in the reverse fixture, with Villa taking the points with a 1-0 win, despite having just 38% of the possession.

Although Arsenal’s defence has been very impressive this season, it is worth noting that they have conceded in three of their last four home league games - against Brentford, Newcastle and Liverpool.

Villa meanwhile, who secured a 2-1 Europa Conference League win over Lille on Thursday, have lost just one of their last nine on the road in all competitions and that defeat came at Manchester City.

If the visitors are to spring a surprise, they will have to deal with the set-piece threat that Arsenal pose.

Arteta’s men have scored more set-piece goals than any other team in the Premier League this season and are ranked third for corners won - the Gunners have averaged 7.35 per game.

Arsenal have beaten their last three league opponents on corners 13-5 on aggregate at the Emirates and that run is likely to continue on Sunday.



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