The following are betting tips for selected fixtures in Gameweek 34 of the 2022/23 English Premier League. Where two or more options are provided for the same tip, pick the one that best suits your risk appetite.
This round is tricky to provide tips for at the time of writing because there are still three midweek fixtures yet to play.
My best bets each week are published on AusSportsTipping.com
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Crystal Palace vs. West Ham
Both teams to score at 2.00 (Unibet)
Each of the last eleven meetings between Crystal Palace and West Ham saw both teams score. In three of the last four meetings both teams scored at least twice. West Ham won their last two visits to Selhurst Park by 3-2 scorelines.
Brighton vs. Wolves
Brighton in the head-to-head at 1.50 (bet365)
Brighton have gone 6-1-1 on the back of a defeat over the last twelve months. Wolverhampton are now safe from relegation but their away form remains poor. They have gone 1-4-10 away from home and 2-0-7 on the back of a win over the last twelve months.
Brentford vs. Nottingham Forest
Brentford in the head-to-head at 1.66 (Unibet)
Brentford -1.5 at 2.76 (BoomBet)
Nottingham Forest picked up a critical home victory midweek, but their away form has been atrocious. Six of Forest’s seven Premier League victories have come at the City Ground. Forest have gone 1-2-12 as the away underdog this season and they have lost seven consecutive away games. Seven of Brentford’s eight home wins over the last twelve months were by 7+ goals.
Man Utd vs. Aston Villa
Note: Man Utd have yet to play their midweek fixture against Tottenham at the time of writing.
Under 2.5 goals at 2.25 (Unibet)
Both sides bring excellent defensive records into this game. Manchester United have kept clean sheets in four of their last five games and the last four visitors to Old Trafford were all held scoreless. The result has seen United’s last five games and last three home fixtures go under 2.5 goals. Aston Villa, meanwhile, have conceded just three goals in their last ten games. They have held their opponents to one goal or less in each of their last five away games. Aston Villa’s last two games went under the total and their most recent visit to Old Trafford saw just one goal scored.