English Premier League Round 28 Betting Tips

The following are betting tips for selected fixtures in Gameweek 28 of the 2017/18 English Premier League.

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Leicester City vs. Stoke City


Back Leicester City in the head-to-head at 1.79 (Betfair)
Back Leicester City in the Draw No Bet market at 1.33 (William Hill)

Leicester City have only won once in their last five EPL games, but they had a tough fixture list that included visits to Everton, Chelsea and Man City. Leicester haven’t been beaten at home since mid-December and they have a 9-3-1 record as the home favourite over the last 12 months. Stoke City have picked up a bit since appointing Paul Lambert as manager in mid-January, but they’ve remained poor on the road, where they have a 2-5-13 record over the last 12 months. Stoke have lost their last 3 away fixtures and have gone 0-2-6 away from home since November. Leicester have won their previous two home fixtures against Stoke City by a combined 5 goals to nil.

Brighton vs. Swansea


Back the draw at 3.24 (Pinnacle)

Brighton continue to do enough to stay above the relegation zone, but only 2 points separate them from 18th placed Southampton. They take on a red-hot Swansea, who have gone 3-2-0 in their last five games to crawl off the bottom of the table. Despite Swansea’s strong form, most of their points have come at home, with their last two away fixtures resulting in draws. Brighton are no strangers to draws themselves, particularly at home, where they have drawn 4 out of 7 when installed as the home favourite.

Bournemouth vs. Newcastle


Back both teams to score at 1.80 (bet365, William Hill)

Both sides have been accruing points regularly of late, with Bournemouth having only lost 1 of their last 8 fixtures while Newcastle have only lost 1 of their last 7. The reason both sides have been avoiding defeats is because they’ve both been finding the back of the net regularly. Bournemouth have scored in each of their last 8 games while Newcastle have scored in each of their last 6. They each would have avoided more draws, however, if they had managed to keep clean sheets. Bournemouth have only kept one clean sheet in their last 14 games while Newcastle have managed only 3 clean sheets in their last 18 games.

Back the 1-1 correct score at 7.00 (bet365)
Back the 2-1 correct score at 10.00 (Betfair)

Bournemouth’s last 3 home fixtures all resulted in 2-1 wins, while 3 of Newcastle’s last 5 fixtures resulted in 1-1 draws. Newcastle have scored exactly 1 goal in each of their last 6 fixtures.

Liverpool vs. West Ham


Back over 2.5 goals at 1.44 (Betfair)

Liverpool’s last 4 home fixtures all went over 2.5 goals, with a combined 19 goals scored. West Ham, meanwhile, have seen 6 of their last 7 away fixtures go over 2.5 goals. Ten of the last 13 fixtures between Liverpool and West Ham have gone over 2.5 goals, with their last three meetings all resulting in 4 or more goals scored.

Crystal Palace vs. Tottenham


Back Tottenham in the head-to-head at 1.54 (Betfair)

Crystal Palace are just not the same side when their talisman Wilfred Zaha is out injured. He is sidelined alongside Bakery Sako, Jason Puncheon, Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Julian Speroni, Connor Wickham, Scott Dann and Martin Kelly. Tottenham boast a 7-1-1 record against Crystal Palace since the South London club was promoted and they have a 11-2-2 record as the away favourite over the last 12 months.


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