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Premier League 2021-22: 3 Betting tips for this midweek (April 19-21)

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Ace Football presents detailed betting tips on the upcoming Premier League games of this week.

A busy midweek will see six rescheduled games take place across England from Tuesday to Thursday. As we eagerly wait for this week’s Premier League games, our tipsters take a look at the bookmakers’ predictions for the upcoming matches.

Let’s check out our betting tips for the upcoming midweek games.  

Expect goals on both ends when Everton host Leicester 🥅

Everton shocked Manchester United with a 1-0 win last week. The Toffees scored for the third game in a row while also showing signs of defensive improvement.

On Wednesday, Franck Lampard’s side will host the Foxes, who suffered an unexpected defeat against Newcastle last week. Brendan Rodger’s side now see their spot at the top half of the table in danger, with Brighton being their closest rivals.

We expect Leicester to push for a win against Newcastle. However, the Magpies’ attacking stats convince us that they will also find enough goalscoring chances at Saint James’ Park.

Goals likely when Arsenal meet Chelsea in the London Derby

Arsenal suffered their third consecutive defeat last weekend when Southampton shocked them 1-0 at Saint Mary’s. The Gunners will now have to travel to Stamford Bridge, where they meet their city-rivals, Chelsea.

Despite their Champions League heartbreak against Real Madrid, the Blues have maintained their good form in recent weeks. They come into the game on the back of a 1-0 win over Crystal Palace in the FA Cup semi-finals. 

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We expect Chelsea to have the upper hand against the Gunners. However, Arsenal’s chance-creating rate against Southampton promises that we will see an entertaining battle on Wednesday.

Don’t expect goals when Newcastle face Crystal Palace 🚫

Newcastle claimed back-to-back victories by beating Wolves and Leicester City in their most recent games. The Magpies seem to be on their way to regaining their best defensive form, with a backline duo of Dan Burn and Fabian Schar displaying impressive performances lately.

They will meet Crystal Palace this weekend, who lost 2-1 against Leicester City last Sunday. Palace continued to struggle for goals in their battle against Chelsea in the FA Cup.

We expect both sides to play with a conservative approach on Wednesday. The Magpies play on home soil and might be tempted to push for an early breakthrough. However, Palace will most likely manage to repel most of their opponents’ attacks.