The 2016-17 Premier League season is reaching its climax and here we are offering our Top 3 tips for each round of top-flight fixtures. This is what we are backing on April 22-23…
It's proving to be another fantastic Premier League campaign with some twists and turns still to come, and this weekend there are some very appealing wagers to be had as the teams strive to reach the targets they have set.
We think we have picked out a trio of bets that have a terrific chance of enhancing our good record in this feature, with four of our last six tips having been winners at odds-against – can we get all three right and land the elusive treble?
Enjoy the action and happy betting!
1) Bournemouth to draw at home to Middlesbrough @ 14/5 with Marathonbet (15:00 BST Saturday kick-off)
Although Middlesbrough look almost certain to be relegated and cannot be fancied here to end a winless Premier League run stretching back to before Christmas, they could be capable of claiming a draw on their journey to the south coast.
Boro’s defensive record away from home is of top-four standard, the problem being that they score nowhere near enough goals, but after two 0-0 draws in their last four games they may be able to keep things tight again and return home with a point.
2) Everton to win away to West Ham United @ 5/4 with Marathonbet (15:00 BST Saturday kick-off)
Everton have been much better at home than away this season, but their form generally in 2017 is very good and they are a significantly better team than West Ham at present.
The Hammers could not even keep a lead against rock-bottom Sunderland last week, twice being pegged back to draw 2-2, and they are unlikely to have any answer to the Toffees’ vibrant attacking play.
Ross Barkley of Everton takes a penalty during a pre-season friendly match against Espanyol (Getty Images)3) Burnley/Draw double chance at home to Manchester United @ 13/8 with bet365 (14:15 BST Saturday kick-off)
United have failed to win or score a goal on their two previous visits to Turf Moor and could struggle again, especially against a Burnley side with an excellent home record this term.
Chelsea, Liverpool and Everton are among those to have slipped up on this ground and it is not a fixture Jose Mourinho would have wanted at this vital stage of the campaign, sandwiched between important dates against Anderlecht and Manchester City.