BettingDiaryThere are 4 English Premier League matches taking place on Sunday and we take a look at each of them from a betting angle.






Both of these sides have done enough for another season of English Premier League action although mathematically Brighton could still get relegated. Wolves are currently 12th on 42 points with Brighton 14th, 5 points behind them. Wolves have won 2 of their last 8 games with 4 losses and 2 draws, most recent action was 1-1 away draw at West Brom and they lost 4-0 to Burnley in their last home game.

Brighton have lost 3, drawn 2 and won 3 of their last 8 games including a 2-0 home win over Leeds last time out. They were disappointing in their last away match going down at Sheffield United 1-0 and under 2.5 goal backers would have collected in the last 4 Brighton EPL matches.

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Wolves 12/5

Draw 23/10

Brighton 5/4

Suggested Bet: Brighton win at 5/4

Wolves seem to have gone off the boil and Brighton will be keen to put their Premiership status beyond doubt.



Villa are 10th on the table and they broke a 3 match run without a victory when they beat Everton 2-1 away last time out. Goals have been flowing in recent Villa matches and their last 5 games have all had 3 goals or more and in all 5 of those games both teams have scored.

Manchester United are 2nd on the log, 13 points behind Manchester City, but with a game in hand so assuming City lost to Chelsea on Saturday, United would still have a mathematical chance of taking the title. They were due to play Liverpool last weekend, but that game was postponed due to a protest from the Manchester United fans and looking at their last 8 matches they have drawn 3 and won 5 with their goalless draw away at Leeds last time out ending a 5 match winning run.

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Aston Villa 34/10

Draw 59/20

Manchester United 8/10

Suggested Bet: Both teams to score, Manchester United to win at 21/10

Recent Villa matches suggest that goals can flow, but I expect Manchester United to come out on top and prefer this bet to backing them just to win the match at less than half the price.




West Ham are 5th on the table and still in top 4 contention. They got a much needed victory away at Burnley, 2-1 last time out having lost back-to-back games against Chelsea and Newcastle.

Everton are 8th on the log, 6 points behind West Ham, but having played a game less. They were beaten 2-1 at home by Aston Villa last time out and their last away game was a 1-0 win over Arsenal.

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West Ham 5/4

Draw 49/20

Everton 9/4

Suggested Bet: Over 2.5 goals at 17/20

This bet would have arrived in 59% of West Ham home games and in 5 of the last 6 West Ham EPL matches.


Arsenal are 9th on the table, but they have been very inconsistent with 3 wins, 3 draws and 2 losses in their last 8. Their last 3 games have all had under 2.5 goals in them and in 4 of their last 5 matches only 1 team has found the net.

West Brom almost be likely to be relegated this weekend, but they have shown some fight with back-to-back draws at home to Wolves and away at Aston Villa.

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Arsenal 5/10

Draw 7/2

West Brom 11/2

Suggested Bet: Arsenal clean sheet, YES, at 11/10

I am not convinced this game is going to be a great spectacle, but like Arsenal to keep a clean sheet.


Note: All prices correct at the time of writing but are subject to change

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