Premier League Gameweek 25 Betting Tips

The following are betting tips for selected fixtures in Gameweek 25 of the 2020/21 English Premier League. This extended Gameweek runs until Wednesday morning AEDT to include a previously postponed game between Leeds and Southampton.

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Wolves vs. Leeds


Back Over 2.5 goals at 1.96 (bet365)

Leeds’ games are great fun for the neutral due to the combination of their 5th best offence and 19th best defence. Ten of their twelve away games this season went over 2.5 goals, including the last seven.

Southampton vs. Chelsea


Back Chelsea in the head-to-head at 1.75 (Unibet)
Back Chelsea to win to nil at 3.10 (bet365)

Southampton have lost six straight while Chelsea have won their last four. The visitors have only conceded one goal in their five games under new manager Thomas Tuchel and they have won their last five visits to St Mary’s Stadium.

Burnley vs. West Brom


Back Burnley in the head-to-head at 2.02 (Unibet)
Back Burnley draw-no-bet at 1.43 (bet365)

Burnley have gone 5-0-1 as the favourite over the last 12 months and they take on a West Brom side that hast lost seven of their last eleven. The visitors have lost their last three away games, one of which was against Sheffield United. West Brom have only won 1 out of 12 away games this season.

Arsenal vs. Man City


Back Man City in the head-to-head at 1.56 (Unibet)

Arsenal have lost seven straight to Man City by a combined 18 goals to 2. Arsenal were kept scoreless in 5 of those 7 fixtures. City bring an 11-game winning streak into this clash with nine of those wins coming to nil.

Brighton vs. Crystal Palace


Back Brighton in the head-to-head at 1.80 (bet365, BlueBet, Unibet)
Back Brighton to win to nil at 2.75 (bet365)

I will continue to bet against Crystal Palace so long as their talisman Wilfried Zaha is out injured. The Eagles have lost 18 of their last 20 games when Zaha has been absent and they failed to score in 16 of those. This season they have gone 0-0-5 without scoring in his absence. Brighton, meanwhile, enter this game on a six-game unbeaten streak (3-3-0) and they kept five clean sheets during that run.


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