11/2 fourfold on Aston Villa, Brentford and other Premier League specials

11/2 fourfold on Aston Villa, Brentford and other Premier League specials

11/2 fourfold on Aston Villa, Brentford and other Premier League specials

It’s the final weekend of Premier League action as the 2022/23 campaign comes to a close, so can we end off with a bang as our four-fold comes in at 11/2.

Aston Villa vs Brighton

Sun 28 May, 16:30

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Unai Emery has completely transformed this Villa side, who looked completely lost in a dismal start to the season under Steven Gerrard and found themselves out of the bottom three on goal difference when the former Liverpool midfielder was relieved of his duties.

Aston Villa have landed themselves in a comfortable position come the final day of the season and are on course to qualify for the UEFA Europa Conference League, needing a win against a Brighton side who have secured their spot in European competition for the first time in the club’s history.

Villa have also found no problems hitting the net since Emery joined the club and took all three points in the reverse fixture at the Amex.

Brighton confirmed their spot in the UEFA Europa League for next season with a respectable 1-1 draw against Manchester City during the week and will finish the season in 6th place, in what has been a sensational campaign for the Seagulls.

Roberto De Zerbi’s side have scored in each of their last fifteen Premier League matches, with their plethora of young talent playing a part in the success that has come Brighton’s way this season.

We’re backing Both Teams to Score in what is a must-win fixture against a young, fearful Brighton squad even with nothing at stake.

Brentford vs Manchester City

Sun 28 May, 16:30

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Brentford lost Ivan Toney last week as the striker was banned from all football-related activities for the next eight months, yet swept aside a Tottenham side without their star man as the Bees now head into the final day of the campaign still in with a chance of finishing in the European places.

Thomas Frank’s side also boast being the only team to beat Manchester City at the Etihad in the Premier League this season and will be looking to complete a miraculous double against the Citizens.

Manchester City’s incredible winning run in the Premier League came to an end during the week as Brighton’s Julio Enciso hammered one in from all of thirty-yards to secure the Seagulls a point.

City have an FA Cup final to look forward to against Manchester United next weekend, before jetting off to Istanbul a week later as Pep Guardiola will be aiming to win his first Champions League trophy in charge of the Citizens.

We’ve gone for Both Teams to Score in this fixture with Brentford aiming to finish in the UEFA Europa Conference League places.



Leeds United vs Tottenham Hotspur

Sun 28 May, 16:30

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Sam Allardyce’s side come into this game with a win their only option of staying in the Premier League for another season.

A 3-1 defeat to West Ham last weekend saw the twelfth Premier League game in a row for Leeds that has seen both teams score.

It was a seven-goal thriller in the return fixture between the sides in November which saw Spurs come out on top in a hard-fought 4-3 victory.

Ryan Mason has endured a bit of a torrid time in charge of Spurs since being re-appointed as interim boss following the dismissal of Cristian Stellini, winning just one of his five matches in charge and conceding a mere eleven goals in the process.

Spurs have failed to win on the road in the Premier League since January 23rd and come into this game needing to better the results of Aston Villa and Brentford to claim the last European spot on offer.

We’re backing Both Teams to Score in this fixture, as each side still have so much at stake.

Leicester City vs West Ham

Sun 28 May, 16:30

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We’re all still scratching our heads whenever we see Leicester City’s name in the bottom three and we’re fully aware of the quality that the Foxes have in their squad – such as the likes of James Maddison, Youri Tielemans and Harvey Barnes.

Dean Smith nearly pulled off a masterstroke in the Foxes’ last outing, switching to an unfamiliar back five who held out for sixty minutes before the introduction of Barnes and Maddison which saw them switch back to their normal back four.

Timothy Castagne had a shot saved in injury time by Newcastle United’s Nick Pope in what would’ve been a monumental three points had the effort hit the back of the net.

Leicester are in dire need of a win coming into this fixture and won the return fixture against the Hammers at the London Stadium earlier this season.

David Moyes’ side have struggled on the road this season, losing twelve of their eighteen matches and scoring only fifteen times.

The Hammers are now safe for another season in the Premier League and will be looking to avoid any injuries as a European final awaits in which West Ham will take on Italian side Fiorentina in Prague for a chance to lift the UEFA Europa Conference League trophy.

We’ve gone for a Leicester City win as the Foxes are desperately looking to avoid the drop.