Premier League Betting Tips (15:00 kickoffs)
Brighton v Southampton | Sat 30th March, 15:00 | Amex Stadium
Referee: Michael Oliver
Brighton are strong at the Amex, and they come into this game in good form, with two wins on the bounce.
Meanwhile, Southampton have been looking good in attack, but they are still vulnerable at the back. But, they picked up a massive win against Spurs last time out.
The Saints have been solid on the road in recent weeks, despite losing their last two away games against Arsenal and Man United.
However, Southampton looked pretty good against United in that 3-2 loss, scoring two excellent goals while dominating most of the first half.
They followed that solid performance with the 2-1 win against Spurs, and they will certainly have confidence for this match tomorrow.
Brighton will also come into this game with confidence, after defeating their M23 rivals (Crystal Palace) at Selhurst Park.
The last three Premier League games between these two have seen three draws with both teams scoring, and I can see a similar result tomorrow.
Firstly, Brighton are 33/20, the draw is 11/5, and a Southampton win is 2/1.
To start, I like the look of both teams to score at 21/20 with William Hill.
The Seagulls are consistent scorers at the Amex, only failing to score twice at home this season (Liverpool and Watford).
Meanwhile, Southampton have scored in eight of their last nine games, only failing to do so against Arsenal at the Emirates.
On that note, I see good value in the draw at 11/5 with bet365.
They have drawn their last three PL meetings, and neither team will want to lose this important match.
Burnley v Wolves | Sat 30th March, 15:00 | Turf Moor
Referee: Chris Kavanagh
Burnley have seen a big dip in their form once again, losing their last four games in a row.
The Clarets are consistent scorers at Turf Moor though, scoring in their last ten home games in a row.
Burnley have only failed to score in two of their home matches this season, even when they were struggling for form they were scoring goals.
But, Burnley have been struggling to keep clean sheets in recent games, conceding in their last five home games to a total of eight goals.
In fact, they have only kept three clean sheets at Turf Moor this season, and they are likely to concede against this capable Wolves side.
But, Wolves have only won one of their last five games, drawing three and losing one.
And, on the road, Wolves have conceded in each of their last 11 away games.
Firstly, Burnley are 9/4 to win, the draw is 9/4 and a Wolves win is 6/4.
To kick things off, I like the look of both teams scoring at evens with William Hill.
Burnley have scored in their last ten home games in a row while Wolves have conceded in their last 11 games.
But, the Clarets have only kept two clean sheets in their last 12 home games while conceding in their last five home games in a row.
I am struggling to call a winner in this one, but Wolves have been grinding out draws in their recent matches.
Wolves have drawn three of their last five games, and I see them drawing again tomorrow at 9/4 with Betfair.
Crystal Palace v Huddersfield | Sat 30th March, 15:00 | Selhurst Park
Referee: Lee Probert
Can Crystal Palace bounce back from their 2-1 defeat against Brighton at Selhurst Park last time out?
Meanwhile, Huddersfield fell to a narrow defeat on the road against West Ham, losing 4-3.
The Terriers were winning 3-1 up until the 75th minute, to then concede two more goals in the 84th and 91st minute.
This is a massive match for the Terriers, they will be relegated if they lose and Burnley and Southampton both win.
Still, relegation back to the Championship is pretty much guaranteed for Huddersfield.
Palace are still very much in a relegation battle, just five points above Cardiff in 18th.
It will be a missed opportunity if Crystal Palace do not get a result against Huddersfield.
Firstly, Crystal Palace are 19/40 to win, the draw is 7/2 and a Huddersfield win is at 8/1.
Palace have a capable team, but they have underperformed this season, and the value for them winning is not great.
Selhurst Park has seen the least goals this season, and I see another close, low scoring game in this one.
Under 2.5 goals is best priced at 4/5 with Betfair.
On that note, I can see a tight Palace win, and a Palace win and under 2.5 goals is best priced at 8/5 with Betway.
Leicester v Bournemouth | Sat 30th March, 15:00 | King Power Stadium
Referee: Lee Mason
Leicester have won three of their last five games, while Bournemouth finally broke their nine-game away losing streak with a win against Huddersfield.
The Cherries drew 2-2 in their last match at home against Newcastle, and they tend to get positive results at the Vitality Stadium.
But, their away form in recent months is pretty dreadful.
Leicester have won just two of their last six home games while losing four games.
In fact, the Foxes have conceded in their last eight home games, but Bournemouth have failed to score in five of their last eight away games.
Eddie Howe is winless in his last three away visits to Leicester, but, they have drawn all three of those games (0-0, 1-1, and 0-0).
Firstly, Leicester are 17/20 to win, the draw is 3/1 and a Bournemouth win is 7/2.
Looking at Bournemouth’s away record, it is hard to see them getting a win today.
But, I think they could grind out a draw at 3/1 with Betfred.
I think the draw is overpriced, and they have drawn their last three meetings at the King Power.
Also, Leicester are consistently conceding goals, well both sides are leaking goals.
I just think this will be a tighter affair in which Leicester will nick, or it will end level.
Both teams scoring is best priced at 13/20, a little too short for me, but you might see value in that pick.
Man United v Watford | Sat 30th March, 15:00 | Old Trafford
Referee: Stuart Attwell
Will Man United bounce back from their back to back losses? Arsenal won 2-0 in the Premier League, and Wolves won 2-1 in the FA Cup.
Meanwhile, Watford have won three and lost two of their last five games, with a FA Cup victory against Palace in their last match.
United have been fairly solid at Old Trafford in recent months, but they do tend to concede goals.
They managed to keep a clean sheet in that dull, and anticlimactic 0-0 draw against Liverpool. But, they have conceded in seven of their last eight home matches.
Watford are looking pretty decent this season as they sit up in eighth, but they have lost their last two away matches.
However, they were against Liverpool and Man City, so it is no real shock.
They are a capable side, but they have struggled against the top teams on the road, losing to Spurs, Arsenal before City and Liverpool.
I can see them struggling once again, with United scoring two or more goals in seven of their last eight home games.
Firstly, Man United are 4/9 to win, the draw is 19/5 and a Watford win is 7/1.
United are a bit too short for me, but I do see value in both teams scoring.
Both teams to score and over 2.5 goals is best priced at 6/5 with William Hill.
On that note, I see value in Man United getting the win and btts which is best priced at 2/1 with Betway!
United have kept just two clean sheets at Old Trafford the season, and I do see them conceding.
But, the Hornets have struggled against the bigger teams, and I see them losing in the end.