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 37 of the Premier League.
Goals likely on both sides when Everton meet Brentford
Everton were not able to find enough goalscoring chances to beat Watford in their rescheduled game on Wednesday. The Toffees must continue their battle for survival with a match against Brentford this weekend.
The Bees have enjoyed great form lately, winning four of their last six games. They defeated Southampton 3-0 last week, but we don’t expect them to keep a clean sheet at Goodison Park in their next match.
Everton have scored in their last four home games in the Premier League, and we expect them to do so against Brentford. However, Brentford’s attacking stats convince us that they will also find the back of the net on Sunday.
Back the Foxes to beat Watford
Leicester claimed their first victory in seven weeks when they smashed Norwich 3-0 earlier this week. The Foxes must face another already-relegated side in their next league match.
Watford ended their run of six consecutive defeats when they held Everton to a goalless draw on Wednesday. However, we don’t expect them to show the same defensive integrity on Sunday.
Leicester’s recent performances convince us that they will find enough goalscoring chances against their opponents. On the other hand, Watford’s attacking stats don’t give us a sign that they will be able to do the same against Brendan Rodgers’ side.
Expect goals when Wolves meet Norwich
Wolves continued their horrible run of five winless games with a 5-1 defeat against Manchester City on Wednesday. Bruno Lage’s side must continue their league campaign with a match against Norwich this weekend.
Despite not being able to win, Wolves have shown significant attacking improvement in their last two games. We expect them to create quite a few opportunities to score against the league’s worst attacking line this weekend.
However, Wolves’ recent defensive stats convince us that Norwich might also find the back of the net on Sunday.