Premier League Cheat Sheet – A tip for every match this week

United will beat relegated Fulham

Manchester United 1.392/5 v Fulham 9.617/2; The Draw 5.59/2
Tuesday 18 May, 18:00
Live on Sky Sports Main Event

“Fulham have picked up just four points from 42 available in Premier League away games against Manchester United (W1 D1 L12), winning 3-1 in October 2003 and drawing 2-2 in February 2014.”

Manchester United will no doubt rotate a little ahead of the upcoming Europa League final, but should still win this easily enough and can be backed at 2.111/10 to win half-time/full-time.

Away day specialists available at generous odds

Southampton 1.824/5 v Leeds 2.526/4; The Draw 3.9
Tuesday 18 May, 18:00
Live on Sky Sports Premier League

“Leeds have won nine of their 18 Premier League away games this season – they last reached double figures for away wins in a single top-flight campaign back in 1973-74, when they won the title (12).”

Leeds look a little long here and can be backed at 1.8810/11 in the Draw No Bet market.

Brighton can score against champs

Brighton 7.613/2 v Manchester City 1.538/15; The Draw 4.67/2
Tuesday 18 May, 19:00
Live on BT Sport 1

“Against Newcastle, Manchester City set a new English league record for consecutive away wins, earning their 12th win in a row on the road with a 4-3 victory. Indeed, the Citizens’ 12 away wins since December 19th is more than any other Premier League side has won away from home all season.”

While Manchester City might win this one, on the evidence of their match against Newcastle, they are likely to concede. Both teams to score is 1.9520/21.

Another low scoring game in cup final repeat

Chelsea 1.768/11 v Leicester 5.69/2; The Draw 3.814/5
Tuesday 18 May, 20:15
Live on Sky Sports Main Event

“Chelsea have conceded the first goal in their last two Premier League games, coming back to beat Man City before losing to Arsenal.”

The lack of potency in attack is threatening Chelsea’s ambitions and under 2.5 goals looks likely to land at 1.814/5.

Everton have trouble at home

Everton 1.9210/11 v Wolves 4.57/2; The Draw 3.814/5
Wednesday 19 May, 18:00
Live on Sky Sports Premier League

“Everton have lost their final home league game in three of the last seven campaigns (W3 D1), including a 1-3 loss to Bournemouth last season. The Toffees had won their final league game at Goodison Park in seven consecutive seasons prior to this.”

Everton have been dreadful at home this season and the value looks to be with backing Wolves to avoid defeat in the Double Chance market at 2.0421/20.

Willock’s run not reflected by odds

Newcastle 1.845/6 v Sheffield United 5.14/1; The Draw 3.814/5
Wednesday 19 May, 18:00
Live on Sky Sports Arena

“Joe Willock has scored in each of his last five Premier League appearances. Only two Newcastle players have ever scored in six consecutive games in the competition – Papiss Cissé in April 2012 (6) and Alan Shearer in November 1996 (7).”

Considering the brilliant run of goalscoring form that Willock is on, he looks much too big at 5.004/1 to add to his tally.

Kane chases Golden Boot

Tottenham 1.558/15 v Aston Villa 6.611/2; The Draw 4.84/1
Wednesday 19 May, 18:00
Live on Sky Sports Main Event

“Tottenham striker Harry Kane has scored seven goals in his last six Premier League appearances against Aston Villa, finding the net in each of his last four against the Villains.”

Kane is chasing the Golden Boot and should be backed at 1.834/5 to score.

Palace will be competitive against Gunners

Crystal Palace 7.26/1 v Arsenal 1.558/15; The Draw 4.67/2
Wednesday 19 May, 19:00
Live on BT Sport 1

“Crystal Palace are unbeaten in their last five Premier League games against Arsenal (W1 D4). The Eagles had only avoided defeat in five of their first 18 against the Gunners in the competition (W2 D3 L13).”

This should be more competitive than the odds suggest and both teams to score can be backed at 1.910/11.

Liverpool will get win they need

Burnley 12.5 v Liverpool 1.271/4; The Draw 7.06/1
Wednesday 19 May, 20:15
Live on Sky Sports Main Event

“Burnley have lost all four of their Premier League games with Bailey Peacock-Farrell in goal this season, conceding 14 goals in the process.”

Liverpool can move into the top four with a win and you can back an away victory and both teams to score at 2.56/4.

Hammers will bounce back with much needed win

West Brom 5.59/2 v West Ham 1.695/7; The Draw 4.3100/30
Wednesday 19 May, 20:15
Live on Sky Sports Premier League

“West Ham have won 28 points away from home in the Premier League this season, with the Hammers last winning more on the road in a top-flight campaign back in 1985-86 (31), going on to finish third.”

The visitors need a win as they chase European qualification and are 1.695/7 to claim victory.