English Premier League Gameweek 37 Betting Tips

The following are betting tips for selected fixtures in Gameweek 37 of the 2018/19 English Premier League.

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West Ham vs. Southampton


Back West Ham +0.5 at 1.45 (Betfair)
Back West Ham +0.0 (draw no bet) at 1.74 (Betfair)
Back West Ham in the head-to-head at 2.35 Unibet)

There’s a bit of value in taking West Ham here. They’ve gone 7-1-4 as the home favourite over the last 12 months and have already beaten Southampton this season at St Mary’s Stadium. The last time Southampton visited London Stadium they were beaten 3-0.

Cardiff City vs. Crystal Palace


Back Crystal Palace +0.5 at 1.60 (Betfair)
Back Crystal Palace +0 (draw no bet) at 2.01 (bet365)
Back Crystal Palace in the head-to-head at 2.75 (Unibet)

Cardiff City must win this fixture to keep their chances of avoiding relegation alive, but this will play into the hands of Crystal Palace who love to hit teams on the counter. Palace have the 6th best away record this season and they won their last two away fixtures against Newcastle and Arsenal. Cardiff have gone 1-0-5 in their last six games and the last time Palace visited Cardiff they won 3-0. Palace have won six times as the away underdog over the last 12 months. Had you wagered $1 on Palace in every away game during this period you would be up $26.80.

Chelsea vs. Watford


Back Chelsea in the head-to-head at 1.42 (TopBetta, Unibet)

Chelsea have only lost once at Stamford Bridge over the last 12 months and 9 of their 12 home wins were by 2+ goals. Watford have lost all five away fixtures against the top six teams this season. Chelsea have already beaten Watford away from home this season.

Arsenal vs. Brighton


Back Arsenal in the head-to-head at 1.39 (Unibet)

Arsenal have hit a rough patch but I expect them to get back to winning ways this weekend. Even if the Europa League becomes their focus, this will be Arsenal’s final home game of the season so they will be keen to finish on a high after their shock home defeat to Crystal Palace. Arsenal have gone 15-2-2 at home and 13-1-1 as the home favourite over the last 12 months. Of their 15 home wins, 13 were by 2+ goals. Brighton bring 0-2-5 form into this clash and they’ve only scored one goal in their last seven games. Brighton have lost every away fixture against the top six sides this season.


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