Premier League Betting TipsThe fixtures this weekend have the potential to shape the title race and the battle for relegation as teams fight for glory up and down the standings. At LV BET we are offering the best betting options available. 



Premier League Form: W – D – W – W – L  VS  W – W – W – W – W 

A clash between titans is set to entertain us at the Etihad as Manchester City face off against Liverpool in what could be the 21/22 Premier League title decider. City have enjoyed a comfortable hold on the first spot for the most part, but a loss against Spurs and a draw against Crystal Palace has allowed the challengers, Liverpool, to catch up with just a point separating them. 

Both teams come into this game having won their first leg Champions League Quarter-final fixture, with City managing to break Atletico’s defence and secure a 1-0 victory, while Liverpool ran rampant and took hold of their tie with a 3-1 win against Benfica. Neither team have any notable absences, giving both managers a huge selection of options on the day. 

In their previous contest at Anfield, the game ended in a 2-2 draw with both teams trading goals within minutes of each other. 

We are pricing yet another draw with a correct score of 1-1 at 23/4 (6.75)

With the talent on display from both sides, we are pricing both teams to score at 3/5 (1.60)

Manchester City to win and over 2.5 goals to be scored in the match at 17/10 (2.70)


Premier League Form: L – W – L – W – W  VS  D – L – L – L – L 

Arsenal’s ambitions of getting into Champions League football next season took a knock as Patrick Viera’s Crystal Palace gave the gunners a reality check by comfortably securing a 3-0 win at Selhurst Park on Monday night. On the other hand Brighton for the second time, Brighton has been booed at the final whistle as they failed to convert one of their numerous chances created against Norwich City. 

Brighton have shown this Season they are no pushovers, especially when coming against the top six clubs – taking points off Chelsea twice, Liverpool at Anfield and Arsenal earlier in the campaign. Mikel Arteta will look to exploit the poor form that the Seagulls are going through, going winless in their last seven fixtures. 

We are pricing a comfortable win for the Gunners of 2-0 at 6/1 (7.00)

Gabriel Martinelli to score anytime during the match at 2/1 (3.00)


Premier League Form: L – L – L – W – W  VS  W – W – W – L – W 

After showing great potential in the first few weeks of the new tenure of Gerrard, the Villans have stuttered as they find themselves 11th in the standings after losing three games in a row. Upcoming opponents, Tottenham, are now looking up after enduring a slump, with Antonio Conte stating that if his side managed to get into the top four, it would be his best achievement as a coach. 

Spurs’ attacking line have been firing on all fronts – scoring 21 goals in their last six Premier League matches (W5 L1), and scoring four or more goals in three of those games. Aston Villa will be eyeing some weaknesses in Spurs’ squad with Hugo Lloris prone to an occasional mistake leading to a goal between the sticks, as in the only goal conceded against Newcastle United.

Harry Kane to score anytime during the match is priced at 7/5 (2.40)

Tottenham to win and over 2.5 goals in the match 43/20 (3.15)


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