15:00 Premier League Betting Tips (13/04/19)
Brighton v Bournemouth | Sat 13th April, 15:00 | Amex Stadium
Referee: Kevin Friend
Brighton are slipping down the table, and they will be desperate for a positive result at the Amex tomorrow.
The Seagulls are just five points above safety, and Cardiff are showing some fight as the season comes to a close.
Brighton should be safe this season, but with six games left, they are not as comfortable as they should be.
They have lost their last two games while winning two and losing one of their last five.
Meanwhile, Bournemouth have lost three of their last five, winning one and drawing one. But, their record on the road this season has been well below average.
Losing ten of their last eleven games on the road winning just one against the bottom of the table Huddersfield.
The Seagulls have been solid at the Amex for most of the season, but they have seen a dip in form, losing three of their last six, winning two while drawing one.
This could be a fairly scrappy game, but Brighton have a fantastic record against Bournemouth at home, winning 7, drawing 6 and losing just 1 of their last 14.
However, their top scorer, Glenn Murray has failed to find the back of the net in his last eight Premier League home games.
Firstly, Brighton are 11/8 to win, the draw is 12/5 and a Bournemouth win is 5/2.
A tough game to call, but it doesn’t look good on paper for Bournemouth with their shocking away record.
For value, Brighton look pretty good at 11/8 with Betfred. They have been solid at home for most of the season compared to a Bournemouth side with an atrocious away record in recent months.
Burnley v Cardiff | Sat 13th April, 15:00 | Turf Moor
Referee: Mike Dean
Can Burnley make it three wins in a row tomorrow against the relegation-battling Cardiff? If the Bluebirds lose this game, they could be left eight points behind Southampton and Brighton.
But, that would require Brighton winning against Bournemouth, and Southampton beating Wolves.
Back to this game, Burnley are consistent scorers at Turf Moor this season, scoring in their last eleven games in a row while winning four of their last seven.
Burnley have lost to Palace and Leicester in that time though while keeping just two clean sheets in their last seven home games.
However, Cardiff are not exactly prolific scorers, failing to find the net in three of their last five away games.
In fact, Cardiff have conceded two or more goals in four of their last five games on the road, and I believe that will be their downfall in this game.
Cardiff have lost five of their last six Premier League games, and I see that run continuing as relegation edges closer.
Firstly, Burnley are 10/11 to win, the draw is 13/5 and a Cardiff win is 18/5.
There is certainly value in the Burnley win at 10/11 with bet365.
The Clarets solid home scoring record, form, combined with Cardiff’s poor run and leaky defence all points towards a Burnley victory tomorrow.
If you are after more value, I see good value in Burnley win and over 1.5 goals at 29/20 with Coral.
Burnley consistently score at least one goal at home, but they have scored two or more in four of their last seven.
Combined with Cardiff conceded two or more in four of their last five, the Burnley win and over 1.5 goals is the best value pick at 29/20!
Fulham v Everton | Sat 13th April, 15:00 | Craven Cottage
Referee: Lee Probert
Fulham are now just playing for pride with their relegation confirmed after their 4-1 away defeat against Watford.
They now come up against an inform Everton side looking to push for the seventh place with a chance of qualifying to Europe potentially available.
Everton have won their last three games without conceding a goal, with impressive wins against Arsenal, West Ham, and Chelsea.
Meanwhile, Fulham have lost their last nine games and will just be playing for pride as they prepare for life in the Championship next season.
Fulham’s biggest issue this season was their leaky defence, conceding a league-high 76 goals to an average of 2.3 a game.
In fact, Fulham have conceded two or more goals in each of their last 13 Premier League games.
Everton have a solid record against newly promoted teams, and I expect them to get a result in this match.
Firstly, Fulham are 4/1 to win, the draw is 3/1 and an Everton win is 3/4.
At 3/4 it is hard to look past an Everton win in this match.
But, I also like the look of an Everton win and over 1.5 goals which is best priced at 21/20 with Betway!
Southampton v Wolves | Sat 13th April, 15:00 | St. Mary’s Stadium,
Referee: Jonathan Moss
The Saints are just five points above the drop, and they come up against a Wolves side pushing to finish in seventh, which could provide a place in Europe.
Southampton have looked a lot better under their Austrian manager, especially going forward. The Saints have won three of their last five games while losing two.
But, they have been playing some great football, and losing to Man United and Liverpool is nothing to be ashamed of.
Meanwhile, Wolves were dumped out of the FA Cup by Watford, in a late dramatic turnaround from the Hornets.
All their focus will be on the league, but they have struggled against teams down the bottom, despite having such an impressive record against the “Big Six”.
Wolves won the reverse fixture 2-0, but I see both teams getting on the scoresheet tomorrow.
Firstly, Southampton are 33/20 to win, the draw is 9/4 and a Wolves win is 21/10.
To start, I see value in both teams scoring at evens with William Hill. But, I also like BTTS and over 2.5 goals at 7/4 with Coral!
The Saints have scored in their last 11 home games while Wolves have conceded in their last 12 away games.
But, the Saints have conceded in 10 of those 11 home games while Wolves have scored in 11 of their last 15 away games.