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Premier League 2021-22: 3 Predictions for this weekend (Matchday 35)

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

As we prepare for another weekend of Premier League football, our experts take a look at the bookmakers’ predictions for the upcoming matches.

Let’s check out three betting tips for Matchday 34 of the Premier League.

Expect goals when Villa host Norwich

Aston Villa have not been able to win any of their last four league games, losing three of them. Steven Gerrard are desperate to score goals, and they have a chance to do so this weekend.

They will host Norwich, who have shown signs of improvement in their attacking performances recently. However, a 3-0 defeat against Newcastle last week showed they are still far from leaving their defensive problems behind.

We expect Villa to push for a win at their home stadium. Gerrard’s side will most likely find enough goalscoring opportunities. But their recent defensive stats suggest Norwich will also have enough chances to get behind the hosts’ backline.

Goals likley when Wolves host Brighton

Wolves have been highly inconsistent in recent weeks. Two 1-0 defeat against Burnley and Newcastle showed their struggle to break into compact defence lines.

However, this week they will host a team that have a much weaker backline. Brighton conceded twice against Brighton at their own stadium and we expect them to give away even more chances against Wolves.

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On the other hand, the Seagulls’ attacking stats in recent weeks convince us that they also have a good chance of finding the back of the net on Saturday.

Don’t expect goals when Watford take on Burnley

Burnley have been surprisingly good since the sacking of Sean Dyche. They have remained unbeaten in their last three games, defeating Wolves and Southampton in the process.

This weekend, they will host Watford, who are on a run of four consecutive defeats. The Hornets are nine points behind Burnley, who jumped out of the relegation zone last week.

We expect both sides to take a conservative approach to the game. Burnley might find more chances to score, but they will most likely avoid going all-in with their attacks. Let’s see if Watford can end their disappointing run of results on Saturday.