We’ve got four Premier League predictions from this weekend’s top-flight fixtures in England and are hoping to land an 11/1-plus acca if they all come in.
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West Ham to win at Newcastle @ Evens
The Hammers’ hopes of a top-four finish improved after their 3-2 victory over Leicester, which means they are now just a point behind the third-placed Foxes and there is a growing sense that they can secure an improbable place in the Champions League next season. Loan star Jesse Lingard has scored eight times in nine games and will be out to extend his hot streak at St James’ Park, as Newcastle’s only clean sheet in the last 10 matches came against relegation-bound West Brom.
Wolves to beat Sheff Utd @ 4/6
The Blades are bound for the Championship next term and have only scored one goal in a run of five consecutive league and cup defeats. They looked a spent force when beaten 3-0 by Arsenal at Bramall Lane and even the incentive of trying to catch West Brom to avoid finishing bottom has faded following Albion’s back-to-back victories. Wolves could still sneak into the top half of the table with a strong finish to the season and are expected to build on a 1-0 win at Fulham in our Premier League predictions.
Arsenal to beat Fulham @ 7/10
Fulham had high hopes of avoiding the drop when winning at Liverpool last month but are now in big trouble after failing to pick up a point from four subsequent fixtures. The Cottagers have also suffered six consecutive head-to-head defeats versus the Gunners, so things are looking bleak for Scott Parker and his men. Arsenal have to recover from a Europa League trip to Prague but do still have the incentive of trying to qualify for that competition again next season after winning 3-0 at Sheffield United last weekend.
Man Utd vs Burnley BTTS @ 23/20
The Clarets have a great record at Old Trafford, being unbeaten in their last four visits and netting twice on each of the past three trips here. Burnley will be keen to get something out of this match, having blown leads versus Southampton and Newcastle to remain dangerously close to the drop zone. United are on course to finish second after a fine 3-1 win at Tottenham but have dropped points in seven of their 15 home games and this could be more competitive than the result odds suggest.
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