English Premier League Round 25 Betting Tips (Midweek Fixtures)

The following are betting tips for selected midweek fixtures in Gameweek 25 of the 2017/18 English Premier League. These fixtures run from January 30-31 GMT (January 31 – February 1 AEDT).

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West Ham vs. Crystal Palace


Back both teams to score: Yes at 1.91 (Unibet)

Both teams scored in West Ham’s last 6 straight matches. Palace, meanwhile, have scored in each of their last 4 away fixtures, the last 3 of which involved both teams scoring. Five of the last 7 meetings between West Ham and Palace saw both sides find the back of the net.

Chelsea vs. Bournemouth


Back Chelsea in the head-to-head at 1.266 (Pinnacle

Chelsea boast a 15-2-2 home record over the last 12 months and they’ve won their last 4 straight against Bournemouth. Bournemouth have lost all 4 away clashes against top six opponents this season and were kept scoreless in all of them.

Everton vs. Leicester City


Back over 1.5 goals at 1.40 (Ladbrokes, Betstar, Bookmaker)

The last 7 meetings between the two all went over 1.5 goals. Over the last 12 months Everton’s home fixtures have gone 16/4 over/under 1.5 while Leicester City have gone 15/4 over/under 1.5 away from home. Ten of Leicester’s last 12 games have gone over 1.5 goals, while 9 of Everton’s last 12 went over this total.

Newcastle vs. Burnley


Back the 1-0 correct score at 6.00 (Unibet, bet365)
Back the 0-1 correct score at 8.50 (Unibet, bet365)

Burnley won the reverse fixture of this clash 1-0 back in October. 1-0 scorelines have been common for Burnley, with 6 of their last 12 fixtures ending with this result.

Back both teams to score: No at 1.70 (Unibet)

Nine of Burnley’s last 12 fixtures failed to see both sides find the back of the net. Newcastle have seen both sides find the back of the net in just 6 of their last 12 fixtures, but this tip is primarily based on Burnley’s track record.

Tottenham vs. Manchester United


Back both teams to score: No at 1.98 (Unibet)

When Tottenham and Man Utd have played, both sides found the back of the net in just 1 of their last 7 EPL clashes. At least one side has been kept scoreless in each of Man Utd’s last 4 fixtures. Tottenham are the favourite in this clash and 4 of their last 6 wins have been to nil.

Manchester City vs. West Brom


Back Man City in the head-to-head at 1.15 (Betfair)

The odds look painfully short, but Man City have won their last 13 straight clashes against West Brom. You have to go back to 2005 for the last time Man City failed to beat West Brom at home.


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