6/1 fourfold on Leeds United vs Newcastle United and other Premier League specials

6/1 fourfold on Leeds United vs Newcastle United and other Premier League specials

6/1 fourfold on Leeds United vs Newcastle United and other Premier League specials

We’ve put together a four-fold that comes in at 6/1 for this weekend’s Premier League fixtures, will we see a winner come Sunday evening?

Leeds United vs Newcastle United

Sat 13 May, 12:30

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Leeds United have failed to win any of their last six Premier League matches and are now at serious threat of being relegated to the Championship.

Sam Allardyce took charge in his first of four matches as manager of Leeds in a 2-1 defeat away at Manchester City last weekend, with the Whites seeing very little of the ball and lucky to come out of the game with a 2-1 scoreline.

Eddie Howe’s Newcastle side have been ferocious on the road in the past month, winning four out of their last five matches, scoring thirteen goals in the process.

The Magpies slipped up last week in a close-fought clash against Arsenal and will be looking to get back to winning ways against a struggling Leeds side.

We’re backing Newcastle United to take all three points as they look to wrap up a place in the UEFA Champions League next season.

Crystal Palace vs Bournemouth

Sat 13 May, 15:00

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The return of Roy Hodgson has turned out to be a bit of a masterclass from the Crystal Palace board, with the 75-year-old guiding the Eagles to safety after a torrid ending to Patrick Vieira’s time in charge of the club.

Hodgson’s Palace are unbeaten in their last three home matches at Selhurst Park, picking up vital wins against Leicester City and West Ham respectively.

The Eagles have won their last four Premier League matches against Bournemouth, keeping a clean sheet in the last three outings and won the return fixture back in December 2-0 thanks to goals from Jordan Ayew and Eberechi Eze.

Bournemouth slipped up to Chelsea last weekend in a disappointing 3-1 defeat that saw Frank Lampard’s side extend their lead to three points over the Cherries.

Gary O’Neil’s side have struggled to keep goals out on the road, conceding forty goals in their seventeen away matches this season.

We’ve gone for a Crystal Palace win as the Eagles look to continue their home run under the guidance of Roy Hodgson.

Manchester United vs Wolverhampton Wanderers

Sat 13 May, 15:00

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Erik ten Hag has brought back the fortress feeling to Old Trafford, having only lost once in the Premier League, with that defeat coming back on the opening day against Brighton.

Manchester United have also conceded the least amount of home goals in the Premier League this season, conceding just eight times in sixteen matches so far.

The Red Devils are on course to qualify for next season’s UEFA Champions League and can find themselves four points ahead of Liverpool with a win against Wolves.

Wolves secured their Premier League status for another season last weekend with a 1-0 win against local rivals Aston Villa.

Julen Lopetegui’s men have only found the net twelve times in their seventeen away Premier League matches this season and have picked up just two wins in those seventeen games.

We’re backing a Manchester United home victory against a Wolves side who do not impress at all away from Molineux.

Arsenal vs Brighton & Hove Albion

Sun 14 May, 16:30

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Arsenal picked up a massive three points on the road last week against a high-flying Newcastle side and look to have found their form again after a slip-up over the past month.

Mikel Arteta’s side are still chasing Manchester City as they will be looking to capitalise on any points that the Blues may drop between now and the end of the season as they look to end their nineteen-year spell without a Premier League trophy.

Brighton suffered one of the shocks of the season on Monday against Everton, losing 5-1 in a result that surely no one could have predicted.

Roberto de Zerbi’s side were poor in their last away Premier League outing in a 3-1 loss against strugglers Nottingham Forest and head to London without key man Solly March who picked up a hamstring injury in the defeat against Everton.

While all outcomes are distinctly possible in this fixture, an Arsenal win looks to be a safe bet.