Premier League Gameweek 22 Betting Tips

The following are betting tips for selected fixtures in Gameweek 22 of the 2019/20 English Premier League.

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Crystal Palace vs. Arsenal


Back Arsenal in the head-to-head at 1.94 (Betfair)
Back Arsenal +0.5 at 1.30 (Betfair)

Crystal Palace have gone 0-3-5 as the home underdog over the last 12 months and they have a 1-1-4 home record against Arsenal since promotion. Palace have a lengthy injury list and their best player Wilfried Zaha has hired agent Pini Zahavi in an attempt to secure a possible move to Chelsea. The Eagles’ struggle for regular goals continues, with the club ranked 20th for shots and 19th for goals scored. Arsenal are in a buoyant mood under new manager Mikel Arteta after they defeated Manchester United in the previous Gameweek.

Everton vs. Brighton


Back Everton in the head-to-head at 1.92 (Betfair)
Back Everton +0.5 at 1.27 (Betfair)

Everton look rejuvenated under new manager Carlo Ancelotti. They defeated Burnley and Newcastle before putting in a competitive performance in their 2-1 away defeat to Man City. Brighton have gone 0-0-2 at Goodison Park since promotion and they have a poor 3-3-11 record as the away underdog over the last 12 months.

Tottenham vs. Liverpool


Back Liverpool in the head-to-head at 1.72 (Unibet)

Tottenham welcome back Son Heung-min from suspension for this fixture however they have lost striker Harry Kane to a hamstring injury, which is a hammer blow. Tottenham have lost three straight fixtures to Liverpool and the visitors bring 19-1-0 form into this clash.

Back Liverpool to win to nil at 3.40 (bet365, BetEasy)

All four of Tottenham’s 4 home defeats over the last 12 months were to nil and Liverpool haven’t conceded a goal in their last five matches.

Bournemouth vs. Watford


Back Watford in the head-to-head at 2.96 (Unibet)
Back Watford +0.5 at 1.61 (Unibet)

These two clubs are trending in opposite directions at the moment. The injury-ravaged Bournemouth have lost 8 of their last 10 fixtures and have been kept scoreless in 5 of their last 7 games. The hosts have gone 1-4-3 as the home favourite over the last 12 months. Watford, meanwhile, have looked rejuvenated under new manager Nigel Pearson. The visitors bring 3-1-0 form into this clash.


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