Premier League Week 34 Betting Preview

Martin Green

Thursday, April 11, 2019 10:56 AM UTC

Thursday, Apr. 11, 2019 10:56 AM UTC

There are some great Premier League games to look forward to this weekend, including Liverpool's clash with Chelsea at Anfield.

<h2>Leicester v Newcastle</h2><p><strong>Date: Friday, April 12, at 8pm</strong></p><p><strong>Venue: King Power Stadium</strong></p><p>We have advised you to bet on a Leicester win in each of their last four games and the Foxes have duly delivered. They are in magnificent form under new manager Brendan Rodgers, who has really galvanised this group of players. Jamie Vardy is back to his devastating best, creative talents like James Maddison and Youri Tielemans are on fire and the new brand of attacking football has delighted the fans. Newcastle boss Rafa Benitez is Rodgers’ polar opposite these days as the Magpies are extremely defensive. The Spaniard knows that his club lacks the financial firepower to sign big stars, so he plays the percentages, sets his team up to be organised and disciplined at the back and tries to grind out enough results to keep them above the drop zone. So far it is working, but they are liable to be worn down by Leicester’s pace and dynamism in <a href="" target="_blank" title="Leicester v Newcastle">this game</a>, particularly with key defender Florian Lejeune injured.</p><p>Tip: Leicester to win and under 4.5 goals at evens (2.0) with <a href="" target="_blank" title="Betway">Betway</a></p><p>Tottenham v Huddersfield</p><p>Date: Saturday, April 13, at 12.30pm</p><p>Venue: Tottenham Hotspur Stadium</p><p>Spurs will be surging with confidence after their 1-0 Champions League quarter-final first leg victory over Man City on Tuesday night. That made it two wins out of two in their shiny new stadium, but it came at a huge price. Star striker Harry Kane went down with an ankle injury and his season looks to be over. However, they enjoyed a strong run of form when the England captain was last absent, as Son Heung-Min has proved he can lead the line with aplomb, while Christian Eriksen remains a creative genius. Fatigue could be an issue here, but they should not fear a Hudderfield side that were relegated weeks ago.</p><p>Tip: Tottenham win to nil at evens (2.0) with <a href="" target="_blank" title="Boyle Sports">Boyle Sports</a></p><p>Fulham v Everton</p><p>Date: Saturday, April 13, at 3pm</p><p>The Toffees produced a magnificent performance to beat Arsenal last weekend. They were bursting with energy and intensity, tigrish in the tackle and full of ingenuity in the final third. Had they been less profligate in front of goal the winning margin would have been heavier. They should also enjoy plenty of chances against the league’s worst defence. Fulham have leaked goals all season and they are also preparing for life in the Championship next season. Everton have won their last three games, while Fulham are on a nine-game losing streak, so this one looks like an away win.</p><p>Tip: <a href="" target="_blank" title="Fulham v Everton">Everton to win</a> at 4/5 (1.80) with Betfred</p><p>Liverpool v Chelsea</p><p>Date: Sunday, April 14, at 4.30pm</p><p>Venue: Anfield</p><p>The Reds are in superb form of late and their 2-0 win over Porto on Tuesday night extended their unbeaten run to 15 games. In that time they have beaten Spurs and Bayern Munich and ripped apart teams like Watford and Burnley. They remain top of the table, but they have Man City breathing down their necks and they desperately need to keep winning as Pep Guardiola’s men have a vital game in hand. They face a stern examination of their title credentials against third placed Chelsea on Sunday afternoon, but several factors favour the Reds. Chelsea had to travel to Prague for a Europa League game on Thursday night. The players are looking a little fatigued and Liverpool, who have had an extra two days of rest, will be the fresher team. The Reds are also magnificent at home this season, with 14 wins, two draws and zero defeats in front of the Kop. Chelsea have already lost six of their 16 away games, so Jurgen Klopp’s men should fancy their chances of winning this one.</p><p>Tip: <a href="" target="_blank" title="Liverpool v Chelsea">Liverpool to win</a> at 17/25 (1.68) with Marathon</p>
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