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Premier League Predictions: Top 3 picks for this weekend (Feb 3-4)

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Ace Football offers three predictions for 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 games.

Let’s check out three betting tips for matchday 23 of the 2023-24 Premier League campaign.

Premier League Betting Tips: Matchday 23

Bournemouth vs Nottingham Forest

Bournemouth come into their next Premier League match after a crushing victory over Swansea in the FA Cup. Having scored at least twice in all but two of their last 11 games (matches against Tottenham and Liverpool), Boro have been enjoying incredible attacking form recently.

We expect the hosts to find enough goalscoring chances when they meet Nottingham Forest this Sunday. However, Forest’s solid displays in recent away matches against Newcastle and Brentford convince us that we will see goals on both sides in the upcoming game.

Sheffield United vs Aston Villa

Aston Villa look to bounce back from consecutive winless games when they travel to Sheffield this weekend. Unai Emery’s side have maintained their solid attacking performances despite their backline becoming less reliable in recent weeks.

Sheffield’s poor defensive form will most likely allow Villa to capitalize on their superior firepower on Saturday. On the other hand, the hosts’ goal numbers in recent home games are far from suggesting that they can prevent Villa from outscoring them.

Chelsea vs Wolves

Chelsea are recovering from a humiliating defeat against Liverpool, preparing to bounce back with a decent display at Stamford Bridge. Prior to the defeat at Anfield, the Blues had won their last three Premier League matches, scoring six goals.

We expect Chelsea to push for goals right from the beginning when they host Wolves this Sunday. On the other hand, Wolves’ fearless displays in away matches suggest we will see a thrilling game with plenty of goalscoring chances on both ends.