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Premier League Betting Odds and Picks of the Week

Somehow, some way, Manchester City squandered a 2-0 lead against rival Manchester United and let the Red Devils leave the Etihad with all three points last week. It doesn’t get any easier for the Citizens as they travel to London to face red-hot Tottenham Hotspur and betting odds make this one to be as close as it feels in terms of recent form.

Spurs haven’t lost in the league since December 16 when they lost 4-1 to, ahem, Manchester City. Since then, Spurs have won 11 and drawn three.

It should be, on paper at least, the best match of the weekend but oddsmakers have provided plenty of gems to bet on this week and betting value is rampant on this week’s board.

I’m back to cap all of the Gameweek 33 (34 for some clubs) action and pick a favorite side, total and prop for the weekend. If you want to see Rob Trites and I cap all 10 games with picks, check out the video above.

Bet on the Premier League today at Bovada


Arsenal Moneyline (+110)

If ever there’s been a one-sided matchup in Premier League football, it is Newcastle vs Arsenal.

The Gunners have won 10 straight meetings with the Magpies (all in the Premier League) while Newcastle had managed just a pair of draws in the previous dozen league meetings.

Arsenal has found a bit of good form of late with wins in three straight league games and at +110, I personally feel this is some of the best value on the board. True, the Gunners are reportedly without Henrikh Mkhitaryan for the run-in, but they should still have enough quality to persevere, at least this weekend.


Liverpool-Bournemouth OVER 1.5 1st Half (EVEN)

The last four Premier League meetings between these two clubs produced 18 goals, including a 4-0 Reds win in the reverse fixture back in December. Goals are not rare when these two sides meet up.

Liverpool is flying high coming off a Champions League victory over Premier League leaders Manchester City on a 5-1 aggregate. They are the second-highest scorers in the league with 75 goals, bested only by Man City’s 90.

The full-game total is posted at 3.5 which is fine in and of itself, but this first-half play at EVEN money seems to be the one for me. The earlier meeting produced three first-half goals and last season’s 2-2 draw at Anfield yielded a pair of first-half goals.

There is little here to make you think goals aren’t in store again this weekend.


Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Anytime Scorer (-105)

Because why not? Auba has been on a tear in the league with five goals and an assist in his last four Premier League appearances and even made way for Alexandre Lacazette to take a penalty against Stoke while he was on a hat trick. What a team player!

As stated above, Arsenal has owned Newcastle of late, winning 10 straight league games and outscoring the Magpies 23-6 in the process. This is about as one-sided as it gets in the league.

It might even be worth it to take a look up and down the scorers props to pinpoint some even better value, but Auba is a safe play at near even money.