EPL Gameweek 27
Chelsea’s lead at the top is 10 and Man Utd’s unbeaten run in the league is now at 15 games. Then there is Everton who have come into contention for a top 4 finish on the back of their own unbeaten run – currently 6 games. They face a real test at White Hart lane this week but we head to Anfield for the match of the round as Liverpool look to find some form against arch rivals Arsenal. We could see several changes in the top half of the standings…
Feature EPL Match Previews
Man Utd v Bournemouth – (Sat 11:30pm)
Mourinho is starting to silence his doubters. Last weekend he became the first United manager to win a trophy in his first season by claiming the EFL Cup and his sides unbeaten run of 15 games in the league has them of the verge of a top 4 spot. It is no secret that the formula to their success has been defence. They have maintained three consecutive clean sheets in the league and conceding more than once simply has not happened. There is definitely a sense of comradery in the backline regardless of who lines up. Valencia, Blind, Bailly, Smalling Rojo… the list goes on. Bournemouth have struggled on the road with losses in 6 of their last 7 away. They have conceded more goals on the road than other other team (30), so look for United to cruise home in this one.
Best: Teams To Score – Man Utd Only ($1.85)
Value: Man Utd – win both halves ($2.25)
Liverpool v Arsenal – (Sun 4:30am)
The writing is on the wall for Liverpool and with just a single win from their last 7 Premier League matches they continue to slide down the ladder. Klopp was not shy in expressing his disappointment following the loss to Leicester but they get a chance to redeem themselves against Arsenal where a win would see them climb back into the top 4. It is Liverpool’s attack which has let them down in recent weeks. They may rank equal 1st in goals scored with 55 on the season but they have managed just 5 goals in their last 6 matches across all competitions. Arsenal has lots its last 3 against top 6 opponents (Man City, Everton and Chelsea) and have leaked multiple goals in each of those matches. They have in fact conceded 10 goals from their last three trips to Anfield so get ready for an explosion. There has been no shortage of action when these two meet with 28 goals scored in their last 6 league encounters which should see the Reds scoring drought come to an end. With over 4.5 goals per game in that stretch The Wolf says to put the chips on the line and back over 3.5 goals at the huge price of $3!
Best: Over 3.5 goals ($3.00)
Value: Over 4.5 goals ($5.50)
Tottenham v Everton – (Mon 12:30am)
A undefeated run of 6 games has seen Everton bridge the gap to the top 4 and they could get even closer with a result at White Hart Lane. With just 3 wins in their 24 Premier League matches at the venue The Wolf says they won’t be collecting all three points but the draw is definitely on. The last 3 meetings have ended in a stalemate and with Everton earning a share of the points in 3 of their last 4 away matches The Wolf says the $4 on offer for the draw is hard to ignore! Spurs may have won 8 consecutive league games in a row at home but this shapes as a tough test. Everton have conceded just 3 goals in their last 5 away matches and with Spurs maintaining 6 clean sheets in their last 7 at home The Wolf says goals will be hard to come by. Unders and draw!
Best: Under 2.5 goals ($2.05)
Value: Draw ($4.00)
Sunderland v Man City – (Mon 3:00am)
City were again placed under the pump early in their FA Cup clash a home to Huddersfield but their response was impressive and it was again led by Sergio Aguero. Pep and The Wolf have different views on the Argentine. He could be on the outer if Pep has his way in the off season but The Wolf says the team that gets him will go a long way to winning the title – no matter what league they are in. He has scored 4 goals in his last two and added multiple assists. Sterling has also been brilliant as Silva and De Bruyne have been consistently able to get their front line players into open attacking areas. They are back to their goal scoring best which has Wolfy ruling out any chance of an upset. As has been the story all season long – City will concede but score a handful of their own.
Best: Both Teams To Score – YES ($1.72)
Value: Man City Over 4.5 goals ($6.50)
West Ham v Chelsea – (Tue 7:00am)
Chelsea have an outstanding record against the Hammers with 15 wins and 4 draws in their last 21 Premier League encounters. That being said the Hammers deserve some sort of respect on the back of their recent form. They have lost just 1 of their last 6 in the league and climbed into the top half. The addition of Snodgrass has been key in their recent run. His combination with Feghouli and Lanzini has allowed West Ham to hold their own in the centre of the park. Noble and Obiang deserve some credit for their tireless efforts and the same can be said for Chelsea’s holding midfielders, namely Kante and Matic. West Ham will be without the suspended Antonio meaning we could see Carroll get the start. It would change their structure and lend to a more defensive style. The Unders is 8-2 in Chelsea’s last 10 away games in the league and in what will be a cold night in London The Wolf wants to be on the Unders.
Best: Under 2.5 goals ($2.05)
Value: 1st Half Result – Draw ($2.20)
Gameweek 26: 4-4
Gameweek 26 ROI: 100.63%
Overall ROI: 83.85%
Gameweek 26: 1-7
Gameweek 26 ROI: 62.50%
Overall ROI: 84.40%
Overall ROI: 84.13%