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Premier League Predictions: 3 Betting Tips for Matchday 32

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

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

Here are three betting tips for the upcoming Premier League games of the weekend.

Goals likely on both sides when Newcastle host Spurs

Newcastle’s run of five consecutive league victories came to an abrupt end when they lost 3-0 against Aston Villa last weekend.

On Sunday, Eddie Howe’s men will take on Tottenham, who come into the game on the back of a 3-2 defeat against Bournemouth.

Newcastle’s fantastic attacking stats on home soil suggest they will find the back of the net against Spurs, who haven’t registered a Premier League clean sheet since February 26.

On the other hand, Spurs have stayed consistent with their goal numbers in recent weeks, scoring eight goals in their last four matches. We expect the visitors to also score at least one goal in the upcoming match.

Back Villa to beat Brentford

Aston Villa’s incredible run of results under Unai Emery has seen them reach the sixth spot on the EPL table. We expect Villa to claim another win when they meet Brentford this weekend.

Brentford have been unable to keep a clean sheet in their last five league games, conceding nine goals. The Bees will most likely struggle to keep up with Villa’s in-form attacking line.

On the other hand, Brentford’s goal numbers in home games don’t convince us that they can prevent Villa from outscoring them on Saturday.

Expect goals when Wolves take on Leicester

Leicester City go into their next league game on the back of four consecutive defeats. The Foxes face serious danger of relegation as they sit 19th on the league table.

Despite their recent poor results, Leicester have maintained their attacking consistency, scoring at least once in five of their last six matches.

We expect Dean Smith’s men to push for goals when they host Wolves on Saturday. However, the visitors’ goal numbers in away games suggest they won’t stay in their own half for too long in the upcoming game. We expect to see an open game where both teams find plenty of goalscoring chances.