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.
Goals likely in the north London derby
The most anticipated game of the week will see Arsenal lock horns with Tottenham in the north London derby. The Gunners can secure their top-four finish by beating their arch-rivals, while Spurs are desperate to keep their Champions League hopes alive.
Arsenal come into the game on the back of four consecutive wins, registering 11 goals in the process. However, their defensive underwhelming defensive stats convince us that Spurs’ in-form attacking line will find enough goalscoring chances on Thursday.
Tottenham have shown signs of improvement in their backline recently. However, we expect Arsenal forwards to prevent them from executing a smash-and-grab scenario in the upcoming game.
Back Chelsea to return to winning ways against Leeds
A late comeback from Wolves prevented Chelsea from holding on to their two-goal lead on Saturday. The Blues remained winless for the third consecutive match as their gap to fourth-placed Arsenal shrank to one point.
Thomas Tuchel’s side will face Leeds United in their next game on Wednesday. Having just slipped to the 18th place, the Peacocks are fighting a close relegation battle with Burnley and Everton.
We expect Leeds to push for a win in the upcoming game. But Chelsea’s improved attacking performance against Wolves convinces us they can outscore their opponents.
Don’t expect goals when Everton take on Watford
Everton managed to jump out of the relegation zone by beating Leicester City last week, but they are still far from being safe. Frank Lampard’s men must face the already-relegated Watford in their upcoming game.
We expect the Toffees to take a conservative approach to the game in order to avoid surprises. Lampard’s side have failed to score more than once in four of their last five games, while the last time Watford managed to score twice in a game dates back to March 13.
Let’s see if the Hornets can stop their run of six consecutive defeats by surprising Everton on Wednesday.