EPL Gameweek 35 & FA Cup Semi Finals

We have a mixed bag this weekend with FA Cup action to go with Premier League fixtures. Spurs continue their hunt for silverware in the Cup and will be hoping for a special performance at Old Trafford to keep their hopes alive.

EPL Gameweek 35 Preview and Tips

EPL Feature Previews

West Brom v Liverpool – (Sat 9:30pm)
Will Klopp risk ruining the team dynamic by resting players for his sides Champions League trip to Rome… The Wolf thinks not. He has done so sparingly this season and has only ever rested one or two key players from each line. The Reds have lost just 1 of their last 14 across all competitions and have been devastating at home in the league where they are undefeated at Anfield. On the road is has been all about goals. They have scored 37 goals away from home and conceded 25 – 6 more than any of the other top 6 sides. Both teams to score in a high scoring encounter.
Best: Both Teams To Score – YES ($1.80)
Value: Over 3.5 goals ($3.00)

Man City v Swansea – (Mon 1:30am)
City were declared champions without kicking a ball following Man Utd’s loss at home to West Brom but it was only a matter of time. The trophy will not be presented until their final home game but they will be very eager to put on a show for their fans. With no Champions League or FA Cup commitments, we should see them play very freely over the final month of the season. Swansea have never beaten Man City in the Premier League and that will not be changing. City put 4 past them earlier this season and will be scoring just as many this time around.
Best: Over 3.5 goals ($2.05)
Value: Man City Over 4.5 goals ($4.80)

FA Cup Semi Finals Tips

(Time AEDT)
FA Cup Tips
Man Utd v Tottenham
(Sun 2:15am)
Best: Under 2.5 goals ($1.80)
Value: 1st Half Correct Score 0-0 ($2.85)
Chelsea v Southampton
(Mon 12:00am)
Best: Both Teams To Score – YES ($2.00)
Value: Over 3.5 goals ($3.10)
FA Cup Semi Finals Previews

Man Utd v Tottenham – (Sun 2:15am)
United cemented a top 4 finish with a comfortable midweek win over Bournemouth. Lukaku came on late to seal the 2-0 win while Sanchez and Young were both able to sit out and get some hard earned rest. Spurs rested Dele Alli and Dier in an away draw to Brighton while Harry Kane was below his best despite scoring Spurs only goal. It has been a topsy-turvy run for Spurs in the Cup. They were forced into replays against both Newport and Rochdale with United to be just their second Premier League opponents in the competition. Conversly, Mourinho’s men are yet to concede in their 4 wins in the competition and have also maintained clean sheets in 5 of their last 8 against Spurs. Both teams have found the back of the net in just 1 of their last 8 clashes with just a single draw along the way. Priority will no doubt be placed on defence by both managers and it makes for a very tactical battle. A single goal could win it!
Best: Under 2.5 goals ($1.80)
Value: 1st Half Correct Score 0-0 ($2.85)

Chelsea v Southampton – (Mon 12:00am)
It is shaping like a season to forget for Chelsea. Less than a yer ago they were crowned Premier League champions but 2018 has been a disaster. They are well behind Tottenham in the hunt for the final Champions League spot and were bundled out of the Champions League in the Round of 16. The FA Cup could give fans something to cheer about but by no means will it salvage the season – or Conte’s job. The Blues have won just 2 of their last 9 matches and find themselves here following a Perdo extra time winner against Leicerster in the quarters. Southampton are hardly in the form that is worth of silverware with losses in 4 of their last 5, but that is what makes them dangerous here. Chelsea have won the last 5 meetings but the Saints have found the back of the net in 12 of their last 15 against their more fancied opponents. It creates a betting angle that The Wolf wants to be on. Overs!
Best: Both Teams To Score – YES ($2.00)
Value: Over 3.5 goals ($3.10)