9/1 fourfold on Liverpool, West Ham and other Premier League specials

9/1 fourfold on Liverpool, West Ham and other Premier League specials

9/1 fourfold on Liverpool, West Ham and other Premier League specials

This weekend’s four-fold comes in at a price of 9/1. Can we celebrate a winning slip this Sunday evening?

Liverpool vs Aston Villa

Sat 20 May 20, 15:00

Back Liverpool win & Over 2.5 Goals
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Liverpool have been on somewhat of an incredible run in the Premier League since their 2-2 draw with Arsenal at Anfield last month, winning all seven of their matches as they look to sneak into the Champions League places at the expense of either Newcastle United or Manchester United.

Jurgen Klopp’s side have found their touch again and showed their class with a dominant display at the King Power Stadium on Monday, destroying a fragile Leicester City side with the pick of the goals coming from a pinpoint Trent Alexander-Arnold free-kick.

Aston Villa have slipped up in their last two away Premier League matches to Manchester United and Wolves respectively, but got back to winning ways last week in a hard-fought 2-1 victory against a Tottenham Hotspur side who Villa are now on level points with.

We’re backing Liverpool to win with plenty goals at Anfield as both teams still have so much to play for in these last couple of weeks in the Premier League.


Nottingham Forest vs Arsenal

Sat 20 May, 17:30

Over 2.5 Goals
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Nottingham Forest are remarkably close to retaining their Premier League status and can virtually ensure that with a win against Arsenal on Saturday evening.

Steve Cooper’s side have had no problem finding the back of the net in recent weeks, scoring twelve goals in their last five games.

The defensive side of Forest’s game does need severe work and as it stands, Forest have conceded the third most goals in the Premier League this season.

Arsenal suffered a shock home defeat to Brighton last week, all but ending the Gunners’ slim title hopes that they still had left.

Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal have statistically been the best team on the road in the Premier League this season and have scored just less than two-goals-a-game on average on their travels.

The return fixture ended in a 5-0 win for Arsenal, but there is a lot less chance of this weekend’s fixture being as one-sided as the one at the Emirates back in October was.

We’ve gone for Over 2.5 Goals in this weekend’s fixture between Nottingham Forest and Arsenal and are expecting a flurry of goals from this match.

West Ham vs Leeds United

Sun 21 May, 13:30

Back Both Teams to Score
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West Ham have suffered four defeats in their last five Premier League fixtures in what has been a torrid league campaign for the Hammers.

David Moyes and his side have struggled to cope with the continuous travel and fatigue caused by European competition and are returning to the London Stadium on the back of their fixture with AZ Alkmaar.

Since the change of management at Leeds United, we’ve seen a couple of more ‘team’ performances with a 2-2 draw against high-flying Newcastle United last weekend in which Leeds looked incredibly more well-drilled than under Javi Gracia.

Incredibly, Leeds’ last eleven Premier League matches have seen both teams score in those games not including the hard-fought 2-2 draw at Elland Road back in January with Wilfried Gnonto and Lucas Paquetá just two of the names on the scoresheet that night.

We’re backing Both Teams to Score in this fixture, with on paper it looking like a goal-fest.


Manchester City vs Chelsea

Sun 21 May, 16:00

Back Over 2.5 Manchester City Goals
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Manchester City reached the UEFA Champions League final in midweek with an unbelievable 4-0 victory against holders Real Madrid and can clinch the Premier League title with a victory against Chelsea on Sunday.

City have scored three or more goals in four out of their last five Premier League matches at home and will be looking to win the title in style when Chelsea come to town.

Chelsea have had a completely dismal campaign, sitting in 11th place as it stands with no European football secured for next season – even with the squad at their disposal.

The Blues did pick up a win last time out on the road, in a 3-1 victory against fellow mid-table side Bournemouth, but the test they face this weekend in Manchester City will ultimately be too tough to handle.

We’ve gone for Manchester City to score three or more goals against Chelsea at the Etihad this weekend as Pep Guardiola’s side look to win the Premier League title in typical City fashion.