The final gameweek brings smiles, joy, tears and more. What a season it has been, Manchester City lift the trophy again, the Saints face the drop alongside 2 of Everton, Leeds United & Leicester, meaning a powerhouse club will inevitably see relegation this weekend. Whilst Arsenal shows much improvement finishing in 2nd, Newcastle defies the odds and Spurs and Chelsea finish off an abysmal season, another super season ticked off, and the emotions certainly run raw. We turn here to Aston Villa & Brighton, where European Football jeopardy looms large, Leeds face Spurs to fight their way to Premier League safety, and Leicester faces West Ham at the King Power to try and somehow secure their way back into the Premier League. With so much exciting football to be played, make sure you check out the best betting sites, dig into some exciting footballing action.
English Premier League Multi bet of the Weekend | Matchweek 38
Aston Villa Vs Brighton & Hove Albion
May 29th 01:30, Villa Park
The Villains host the Seagulls at Villa Park this weekend in what should be an exhilarating matchup. Brighton currently sits in 6th place, just 3 points ahead of Aston Villa. Villa on the other hand is 1 point ahead of 8th place Spurs and tied on goal difference just to make matters more exciting for the neutral. Unai Emery’s men are on hot form, having picked up a crucial point to Liverpool at Anfield last week. It was only an Ollie Watkins missed spot-kick that had them leave Anfield with only a shared point. Brighton travel to the midlands after a 3-1 cruising past South Coast rivals Southampton. With both sides showing tactical and technical prowess in 2023, both Emery’s and De Zerbi’s men have a claim to all 3 points here. For that reason, I’ll be going BTTS on Bet365 @1.44.
Leeds United Vs Tottenham
May 29th 01:30, Elland Road
18th Place Leeds face the 8th place Cockerels at Elland Road this weekend in a fixture with potentially large consequences for both outfits. Leeds will need nothing less than a win if they are to pull off survival as they are surrounded by other battlers Everton and Leicester. Spurs on the other hand will need to win if they’re to have any glimpse at European Football next season as well. Spurs have been nothing short of woeful under interim manager Ryan Mason and will be hoping the referee blows the whistle for the 90th minute straight away. Leeds will want this season to end, but not with anything less than victory as 3 points here may just be their last chance to save their club from the drop. However, after getting taken to the cleaners by West Ham 3-1 at Olympic Stadium, it’s tricky to see them finding a way here... Or will they? I’ll be taking O2.5 Goals on TopSport @$1.55.
Leicester Vs West Ham
May 29th 01:30, King Power Stadium
Woeful Leeds to even more woeful Leicester. The foxes host West Ham at the King Power this weekend and they’ll need all 3 points if they’re to survive the drop here. Leicester would be the sad and shocking drop that no neutral would want to see after their Premier League winning heroics just a couple years ago. But that reality has looked more and more likely as weeks gone by and even a game to West Ham may not be easy enough for them. West Ham took down Leicesters contenders Leeds 3-1 last week and if it’s any indication of Leicesters chances, it is not looking good for the foxes. Nonetheless, I have faith as a neutral and believe the Foxes will just about do enough at the very least to win the match, if not secure promotion, but that is of course out of their control. Take Leicester to Win on PlayUp @2.08.
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Multi Bet of the Weekend
|Villa Vs Brighton - BTTS||$1.44|
|O2.5 Goals in Match – Leeds Vs Spurs||$1.57|
|Leicester to Win||$2.10|
|Total Odds: 4.76|
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