Meanwhile, league leaders Liverpool host Tottenham while Arsenal welcome Newcastle to the Emirates
The 32 round of action in the FA Premier League gets underway this coming Saturday afternoon (30 March) when defending champions Manchester City head to Fulham looking for the win that will take them back to the top of the table – temporarily, at least. The following day, Liverpool welcome Tottenham to Anfield while Monday Night Football sees Arsenal and Newcastle lock horns in north London.
First things first
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First up, let’s start with the clash between Fulham and Manchester City on Saturday afternoon. Fulham sit next to bottom in the table having lost their last six league matches in a row – they are now priced at just 1.001 to be relegated back down to the EFL Championship.
Manchester City, in stark contrast, have won their last 11 matches across all competitions. Sitting second in the table, just two points behind Liverpool and with a game in hand, they are the favourites to 1.40 to win the league title for the second season in a row.
And it is of little surprise to see that it is Manchester City who come into this match as the overwhelming favourites to take all three points. You can back the champions to win at just 1.12 while Fulham, despite home advantage, are all the way out at 17.00 to record what would be a shock victory – a draw is priced in the middle at 8.50, according to Oddsshark.
This could well be a rout for the visitors. A 4-0 win for City is priced at 9.50, meaning that a US$5 bet would lead to a US$47.50 pay out, while City are at 3.75 to be ahead inside the opening 10 minutes.
Liverpool look to hang on to top spot against Spurs
The following day, Liverpool host Tottenham knowing that a win would be enough for them to hold on to top spit for now. The Reds have won their last three matches in a row across all competitions and are priced at just 3.00 to win their first ever Premier League title.
Tottenham, by way of comparison, have taken just one point from the last 12 available in the league and have slipped out of title contention. With just four points separating Spurs from sixth place, they need to ensure a top four finish and Champions League football for next season.
And it indeed Liverpool who come into this match as the red hot favourites to take all three points. You can back the home side to win at just 1.55, while Tottenham are out at 6.00 to do the same – a draw is priced in the middle at 4.00.
This should be a comfortable afternoon for Liverpool. A 2-0 win for the Reds is priced at 9.00, meaning that a US$5 bet would lead to a US$45 pay out, while you can more than double your money by backing under 2.5 goals in the game at 2.20.
Arsenal must beat Newcastle to stay in top four
And finally, Monday Night Football this week sees Arsenal host Newcastle at the Emirates Stadium. The Gunners have won four of their last five games in the league and currently sit fourth – they are at 1.53 to be there come the end of the season.
Newcastle, by way of comparison, have lost just one of their last five league games as they continue to move away from the relegation zone. They are now seven points above the drop zone with just seven games left to play.
And it is Arsenal who come into this match as the clear favourites to take the points. You can back the Gunners to win at just 1.36, while Newcastle are out at 9.50 to do the same – a draw is priced in the middle at 4.50.
Home advantage is likely to play a decisive factor in the outcome of this fixture. A narrow, 201 win for Arsenal is priced at 8.50, meaning that a US$5 bet would lead to a US$42.50 pay out, while you can almost triple your money by backing a combo bet of an Arsenal win, coupled with both teams to score, at 2.75.
Premier League round 32 fixtures:
Saturday, 30 March
(17.00) Fulham x Manchester City (1.12); draw (8.50)
(2.40) Brighton x Southampton (3.00); draw (3.20)
(3.10) Burnley x Wolves (2.30); draw (3.20)
(1.50) Crystal Palace x Huddersfield Town (7.50); draw (3.75)
(1.80) Leicester x Bournemouth (4.33); draw (3.60)
(1.40) Manchester United x Watford (8.50); draw (4.33)
(2.45) West Ham x Everton (2.87); draw (3.25)
Sunday, 31 March
(9.00) Cardiff x Chelsea (1.40); draw (4.20)
(1.55) Liverpool x Tottenham (6.00); draw (4.00)
Monday, 1 April
(1.36) Arsenal x Newcastle (9.50); draw (4.50)