With just three gameweeks remaining this season, many Premier League sides are needing to be firing on all cylinders if they are to go into the 2023/2024 pre-season with smiling faces and an excitement for an exciting new season ahead. Newcastle hosts the Gunners at St. James Park in what should be a spectacle to say the least. West Ham hosts the Red Devils at Olympic stadium in a fixture that tends to bring drama and goals, and Fulham host the Foxes at Craven Cottage where Leicester will desperately be looking to take home all 3 points and keep their Premier League dreams alive.
English Premier League 2023 Matchweek 35 – Betting tips & Predictions
Matchweek 35 Fixtures
|Fixtures||Home Odds||Draw Odds||Away Odds|
|Bournemouth vs Chelsea||$4.75||$3.75||$1.72|
|Manchester City vs Leeds||$1.16||$7.50||$15.00|
|Tottenham vs Crystal Palace||$1.75||$3.75||$4.50|
|Wolverhampton vs Aston Villa||$2.87||$3.30||$2.40|
|Liverpool vs Brentford||$1.50||$4.75||$5.75|
|Newcastle vs Arsenal||$2.55||$3.50||$2.55|
|West Ham vs Manchester United||$3.40||$3.60||$2.05|
|Fulham vs Leicester City||$2.55||$3.30||$2.70|
|Brighton vs Everton||$1.36||$4.75||$7.50|
|Nottingham Forest vs Southampton||$2.00||$3.50||$3.60|
Bournemouth Vs Chelsea
Sunday 7th May, 00:00, The Vitality Stadium
Bournemouth host the Blues at the Vitality Stadium in the opening fixture of Gameweek 35. Bournemouth have recently picked up some critical results against the likes of Southampton and Tottenham alike. This has taken the Cherries into mid-table and clearing the ’36 point rule of thumb’ that generally teams require if they are to survive the drop. Chelsea have been nothing short of abysmal all season long and recent results under interim manager Lampard has if anything shown regression under his short spell thus far. Every week seemingly seems the week that the Blues finally pick up all 3 points and that doesn’t change here against a Bournemouth side comforted by 36 points. Expect Chelsea to win this one.
|Bournemouth O0.5 Goals in Match||$1.50|
|Chelsea to Win||$3.00|
Bournemouth XI – Neto (GK), Mepham, Stephens, Kelly, Smith, Tavernier, Rothwell, Lerma, Christie, Solanke, Billing
Chelsea XI – Kepa (GK), James, Fofana, Badiashile, Chilwell, Gallagher, Fernández, Kovacic, Sterling, Havertz, Félix
Manchester City Vs Leeds
Sunday 7th May 00:00, Etihad Stadium
Title holder and contender Manchester City host the struggling Leeds United at the Etihad and you can only feel for the Leeds run in with Man City, Newcastle, and Tottenham still on their remaining fixture list. Manchester City have all but won this season’s coveted Premier League title, and you just cannot imagine Leeds away from home to be the ones to steal the hopes of a 3-league title streak from the Citizens. Whilst Leeds sits uncomfortably close to the relegation zone, it won’t be Manchester City they steal points from, and with 63 goals conceded this season, expect a boiling hot Manchester City outlet to take them to the cleaners, with multiple goals up for grabs at the Etihad against The Peacocks.
|Over 3.5 Goals in Match||$1.82|
|Manchester City -2||$1.72|
|Manchester City -3||$3.00|
Manchester City XI – Ederson (GK), Laporte, Stones, Dias, Mahrez, Rodri, Gündogan, Grealish, De Bruyne, Silva, Haaland
Leeds United XI – Mealier (GK), Ayling, Koch, Strujik, Firpo, McKennie, Roca, Sinisterra, Harrison, Aaronson, Rodrigo
Tottenham Vs Crystal Palace
Sunday 7th May 00:00, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Spurs host the Eagles in a London match that should bring some competitive football to keen onlookers. Tottenham conceded 3 goals in just 14 minutes against Liverpool last weekend only to come back and equalise in the 92nd minute and then concede another just one minute later to end the match 4-3 to Liverpool. Palace hosted West Ham in what was an exhilarating fixture, which saw Palace take all 3 points again under Roy Hodgson in a 4-3 win over the Irons. Whilst Spurs continue to leak goals and early into their games, they seem to have just a little spark that saw them come back against Manchester United after being 2-0 down and almost to Liverpool after their calamitous start at Anfield. Expect a high scoring and close contest here at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
|Over 2.5 Goals in Match||$1.77|
|Tottenham Keep a Clean Sheet - NO||$1.42|
Tottenham XI – Forster (GK), Romero, Dier, Lenglet, Porro, Skipp, Højbjerg, Davies, Son, Richarlison, Kane
Crystal Palace XI – Johnstone (GK), Ward, Anderson, Guehi, Mitchell, Eze, Doucouré, Schlupp, Olise, Édouard, Ayew
Wolverhampton Wanderers Vs Aston Villa
Sunday 7th May 00:00, Molineux Stadium
Wolves host the on-form Villains at Molineux Stadium where they will be desperately seeking to salvage some pride after a 6-0 away thrashing to Brighton last weekend. Wolves looked disjointed and unenthused through the entirety of the 90 minutes at the Amex. Given they sit on 37 points, probably just in what will be the ‘safe zone’, they may feel there is little to play for. On the other hand, Aston Villa have seen a resurgence under coach Unai Emery and despite a narrow defeat (1-0) to Manchester United at Old Trafford, they certainly will have this fixture x-marked on the calendar, and they’ll be wanting to walk away from this one with all 3 points, keeping their European football dreams alive… Which they should here.
|Over 1.5 Goals in the Match||$1.36|
|Aston Villa to Win||$2.46|
|Aston Villa -1||$3.90|
Wolves XI – Sá (GK), Semedo, Dawson, Kilman, Toti, Nunes, Gomes, Lemina, Sarabia, Moutinho, Cunha
Aston Villa XI – Martínez (GK), Young, Konsa, Mings, Moreno, Dendoncker, Luiz, McGinn, Buendia, Ramsey, Watkins
Liverpool Vs Brentford
Sunday 7th May 02:30, Anfield
Liverpool hosts the Bees at Anfield this weekend in what should be a contest that brings goals. Liverpool just about got away with the 3 points against Tottenham last week after scoring a 94th minute winner through substitution Diogo Jota. After going up 3-0 in just 14 minutes, it’s quite telling they let Spurs almost come back and share the points. Liverpool’s defence has proven to be quite fragile this season, with the Van Dijk, Konate duo not playing to the standard of seasons past. The Bees will come into this fixture ‘buzzing’ after a comeback victory at home to Nottingham Forest and whilst Thomas Frank’s men sit comfortably in mid-table, don’t expect them to roll over against the reds here come Sunday.
|Over 2.5 Goals in the Match||$1.50|
|Over 3.5 Goals in the Match||$2.25|
|Liverpool to Win||$1.45|
Liverpool XI – Alisson (GK), Alexander-Arnold, Konaté, Van Dijk, Robertson, Henderson, Fabinho, Thiago, Salah, Núñez, Jota
Brentford XI – Raya (GK), Hickey, Pinnock, Mee, Henry, Dasilva, Nørgaard, Jensen, Mbeumo, Toney, Schade
Newcastle United Vs Arsenal
Monday 8th May 01:30, St. James Park
The Toon army host 2nd place Arsenal in the spotlight fixture of the week. Newcastle looks to continue their hot form after winning their last 4/5 Premier League games. Most recently coming against a bottom of the table Southampton outfit where they cruised past the Saints in a 3-1 win. Arsenal is probably experiencing some teething issues for the first time this season after a recent 4-1 loss to top of the table rivals Manchester City likely put them out of the Premier League title race which they led for so long. With both Arsenal and Newcastle having all but secured Champions League football next season, and both teams with little else to play for beyond pride, expect an incredibly tight fixture here.
|Over 2.5 Goals in the Match||$1.65|
Newcastle XI – Pope (GK), Trippier, Schär, Botman, Burn, Longstaff, Guimarães, Willock, Murphy, Isak, Joelinton
Arsenal XI – Ramsdale, White, Holding, Magalhães, Zinchenko, Ødegaard, Partey, Xhaka, Saka, Jesus, Martinelli
West Ham United Vs Manchester United
Monday 8th May 04:00, The Olympic Stadium
The Irons host the Red Devils at the Olympic Stadium where West Ham will be looking to continue fighting for Premier League survival after a 4-3 loss to London rivals Crystal Palace last week. West Ham sit on 34 points, just 2 below the coveted 36 points that usually comes with the relief of Premier League survival. With Man United, Man City and Brentford amongst their last few remaining fixtures, any points will be crucial to allow sighs of relief to rain across East London. Manchester United have all but secured Champions League football after a 1-0 narrow victory to Aston Villa at home last week. However, the Red Devils will be looking to dement themselves in the Champions League next season and will give their all for all 3 points here.
|Over 2.5 Goals in the Match||$1.68|
|*No Markets Available*||$N/A|
|Manchester United -1||$2.85|
West Ham XI – Fabianski (GK), Coufal, Zouma, Aguerd, Cresswell, Soucek, Rice, Bowen, Paquetá, Fornals, Antonio
Manchester United XI – De Gea (GK), Malacia, Lindelöf, Shaw, Dalot, Casemiro, Eriksen, Sabitzer, Bruno, Rashford, Sancho
Fulham Vs Leicester City
Tuesday 9th May 00:00, Craven Cottage
Fulham host the foxes at Craven Cottage on Tuesday where Leicester will desperately be seeking all 3 points as they sit dangerously close to be relegated this season. With Fulham coming off the back of a narrow loss to soon to be champions, Manchester City, they’ll be looking to reignite the form that saw them win back-to-back games prior to that fixture. Leicester’s woes on the other hand continue as they struggle to maintain any sort of consistency and spark week in week out. As I am writing this, Leicester is yet to play Everton, and with only 1 point currently separating them, and both teams in the drop zone, this fixture could determine which of the two end up in the Championship next season. That said, Fulham at home is a challenge, expect a tight contest here.
|Over 2.5 Goals in the Match||$1.77|
|Leicester City +0.5||$1.49|
|Fulham Clean Sheet - NO||$1.28|
Fulham XI – Leno (GK), Tete, Adarabioyo, Ream, Robinson, Reed, Palhinha, Cordova-Reid, Pereira, Willian, Vinicius
Leicester City XI – Iversen (GK), Faes, Souttar, Soyuncu, Castagne, Ndidi, Tielemans, Kristiansen, Dewsbury-Hall, Maddison, Iheanacho
Brighton & Hove Albion Vs Everton
Tuesday 9th May 02:30, The Amex Stadium
On form Brighton host relegation battlers Everton on Tuesday in what will be a daunting fixture for the frail Toffees. The Seagulls are on the back of a 6-0 demolition to Wolves where manager, De Zerbi and his men continued to show the sheer quality of this Brighton outfit. Brighton has a couple games in hand against table rivals Aston Villa and Tottenham Hotspur and will be incredibly keen to keep the pressure on these rivals for European football next season. The ‘mighty’ Everton on the other hand is feeling the pressure and with no wins in 5 matches, (and with Leicester still to play as this is written), a plane trip to the south coast will be sending shivers down the spines of Dyche’s men. Brighton is too strong for this fragile Everton side and expect nothing less here than a dominant performance from the Seagulls once again.
|Over 2.5 Goals in the Match||$1.63|
|Brighton to Win||$1.32|
Brighton and Hove Albion XI – Sánchez (GK), Veltman, Webster, Dunk, Estupiñán, Groß, Caicedo, March, Mac Allister, Mitoma, Ferguson
Everton XI – Pickford (GK), Coleman, Coady, Tarkowski, Mykolenko, Iwobi, Gueye, Onana, McNeil, Doucoure, Maupay
Nottingham Forest Vs Southampton
Tuesday 9th May 05:00, City Ground
Forest host the Saints in this final fixture of gameweek 35. Southampton look to be all but confirmed for relegation and a recent 3-1 loss to Newcastle won’t be encouraging them to keep fighting for survival. The Saints have looked absolutely defeated this season, with 22 games lost and a managerial sacking in-between, you’d be nothing but shocked to see them remain in the Premier League. Nottingham Forest sits within 3 points of the relegation zone and have all to play for at home here. Having lost after going up against Brentford in a narrow 2-1 defeat, a face-off against bottom of the table Southampton may be just what they need to give them not only a victory, but some momentum going into the final weeks of this Premier League season.
|Nottingham Forest -1.5||$3.75|
|Nottingham Forest to Win||$1.97|
|Over 1.5 Goals in Match||$1.30|
Nottingham Forest XI – Navas (GK), Felipe, Niakhaté, McKenna, Williams, Freuler, Danilo, Lodi, Gibbs-White, Awoniyi, Johnson
Southampton XI – Bazunu (GK), Walker-Peters, Bednarek, Bella-Kotchap, Perraud, Elyounoussi, Ward-Prowse, Lavia, Armstrong, Walcott, Alcaraz
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