Premier League Matchday 30 Tips And Betting Preview

By Ian John
April 6, 2023

It has been a busy week in the Premier League, with a full set of games last weekend, not to mention six important games taking place in midweek.

Those 16 games have had a big impact at both ends of the Premier League table, as well as in the middle where a couple of big name teams, namely Liverpool and Chelsea, find themselves after below par seasons by their own standards.

With no more interruptions from now until the end of the season, this final couple of months of the season will be absolutely vital in deciding where the key silverware ends up both in the domestic game and in the European competitions too.

So let’s begin first by rounding up the results from the past week in the Premier League.

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Premier League Matchday 29

  • Manchester City 4-1 Liverpool (Alvarez 27, De Bruyne 46, Gundogan 53, Grealish 74), (Salah 17)
  • Bournemouth 2-1 Fulham (Tavernier 50, Solanke 79), (Pereira 16)
  • Nottingham Forest 1-1 Wolves (Johnson 38), (Podence 83)
  • Crystal Palace 2-1 Leicester City (Iversen 59 og, Mateta 90+4), (Ricardo Pereira 56)
  • Arsenal 4-1 Leeds Utd (Jesus 35(p), 55, White 47, Xhaka 84), (Kristensen 76)
  • Brighton 3-3 Brentford (Mitoma 21, Welbeck 28, Mac Allister 90(p)), (Janssen 10, Toney 22, Pinnock 49)
  • Chelsea 0-2 Aston Villa (Watkins 18, McGinn 56)
  • West Ham 1-0 Southampton (Aguerd 25)
  • Newcastle United 2-0 Manchester United (Willock 65, Wilson 88)
  • Everton 1-1 Tottenham (Keane 90), (Kane 68(p))

Premier League Midweek Games

  • Leeds United 2-1 Nottingham Forest (Harrison 20, Sinisterra 45+1) (Mangala 12)
  • Bournemouth 0-2 Brighton (Ferguson 28, Enciso 90+1)]
  • Leicester City 1-2 Aston Villa (Barnes 35), (Watkins 24, Traore 87)
  • Chelsea 0-0 Liverpool
  • West Ham 1-5 Newcastle United (Zouma 40), (Wilson 6,46, Joelinton 13,90, Isak 82)
  • Manchester United 1-0 Brentford (Rashford 27)

There’s no change at the top where Arsenal and Manchester City continue to battle it out for the title, but behind them Newcastle’s two huge wins have moved them into third on goal difference ahead of Manchester United, with Tottenham three points further back having played a game more.

Aston Villa have moved into seventh spot in the table after their wins at Chelsea and Leicester, dropping down Chelsea, Fulham, Brentford and Liverpool one spot.

Leeds took a big step away from the drop zone with their win moving them from the relegation zone up to 13th. Just six points separate bottom club Southampton on 23 points to 13th place Leeds in what promises to be an intriguing end to the season.

That run in starts here with this weekend’s games as outlined below.

Premier League – Matchday 30

All odds shown were correct with bet365 Sport at the time of writing but may have changed in the meantime.

Kick off time is 3pm unless otherwise stated in brackets.

Saturday 8th April

Manchester United v Everton (12.30)

Manchester United’s away form of late is a cause for concern, but at home they continue to pick up wins and that is a warning for Everton who only remain outside the relegation zone on goal difference. The Toffees though are unbeaten in four games and have a better record than United over those last four. That said, I can’t see them getting anything here in front of another packed Old Trafford.

Best Betting TipBet Boost – United to score in both halves, Bruno Fernandes to score anytime and Over 2 goals in the match – 9/2

Aston Villa v Nottingham Forest

Few teams are going as well at the moment as Aston Villa who have won five of their last six and drawn the other game. That has seen them move up to eighth in the Premier League table and means that they are now challenging for a European spot. Forest’s away form of late has been extremely poor and is a real concern for Steve Cooper. This looks very much like a comfortable win for the home side here.

Best Betting Tip – Aston Villa to win and both teams to score – 13/5

Brentford v Newcastle United

Brentford come into this game on the back of a draw at Brighton and then a loss at Old Trafford to Man Utd. That was just their sixth defeat of the season but they are facing a Newcastle team who have lost even fewer games in this campaign with 3. After four wins in a row, the Toon Army are flying and their 5-1 win at West Ham backed up that great 2-0 win over Man Utd at the weekend. This will be tougher given Brentford’s home record so a draw looks a good option here.

Best Betting Tip – Draw – 12/5

Fulham v West Ham United

Can David Moyes get the win he needs to save his job at West Ham? After being told this game is a ‘must win’ one for the Hammers, the former Everton and Man Utd boss seems to be living on borrowed time at the London Stadium. Fulham will relish the chance to pick up points against a West Ham side clearly out of sorts and lacking confidence and I fear for Moyes here as I can’t see a way that his team will get the result they need.

Best Betting Tip – Manor Solomon (Fulham) to score at any time – 7/2

Leicester City v Bournemouth

With Brendan Rodgers now gone, Leicester badly need a result to turn their poor run of form around. They face a Bournemouth side one spot above them in the Premier League table, but who have won two of their last four games. Quite simply, this is a must win game for the home side and after another loss in midweek against Villa, they are desperate to pick up three points here and for once, I think the will just about manage it.

Best Betting Tip – Leicester to win and both teams to score – 11/4

Tottenham Hotspurs v Brighton & Hove Albion

Roberto De Zerbi has done a fantastic job at Brighton since taking over from Graham Potter and he has maintained and even improved on their excellent early season form under the previous manager. With Antonio Conte leaving the club, Spurs remain managerless at the present moment and after a 1-1 draw at Everton, they’ll want to get back to winning ways here. I am not sure they will though as I can see this one being a high scoring draw, which makes an anytime goalscorer my top pick here.

Best Betting Tip – Evan Ferguson (Brighton) to score at any time – 11/5

Wolverhampton Wanderers v Chelsea

Neither of these two teams are in particularly good form heading into this game, Chelsea have picked up 2 points from the last 9 available, Wolves just the one but it is the home sides needs that are most pressing here as they battle against the drop. Chelsea haven’t shown anything to suggest they can land a win here in recent games, but I think that they are too good to lose the game too.

Best Betting Tip – Draw – 5/2

Southampton v Manchester City (5.30)

Could Southampton do the unthinkable and beat Manchester City to give themselves a chance of climbing out of the drop zone? I really don’t see it given the respective form and strength of both teams at present. The home side are going to need a miracle to get something from this game given how well Manchester City are playing at the moment and I just can’t see it happening.

Best Betting Tip – Julian Alvarez (Man City) to score first – 7/2

Sunday 9th April

Leeds United v Crystal Palace (2.00)

Having secured a massive win in midweek over Nottingham Forest, another home win over a relegation threatened opponent could be a massive boost for Leeds chances of staying up here. However the same is true for Palace, now under Roy Hodgson, who defeated Leicester at the weekend to end a long losing run of games. This is a game that sees both teams well matched but I feel Leeds have just that extra in attack to land a win here.

Best Betting Tip – Leeds United to win and both teams to score – no – 12/5

Liverpool v Arsenal (4.30)

Liverpool’s awful away form is one thing but the Reds have a very good home record this season. Arsenal though have been exemplary in their last few games, matching Manchester City blow for blow in this exciting title battle. However, the Gunners don’t have a great record at Anfield of late and Liverpool have beaten Man City (1-0), Man Utd (7-0) and Newcastle (2-1) at Anfield this season, as well as winning away at Spurs and Newcastle. This could be a very tough assignment for the Gunners.

Best Betting Tip – Liverpool to win – 7/4

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