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Premier League: Gameweek 29 Betting Odds and Picks

Gameweek 29 of the Premier League is filled with great betting value and if you’re looking for picks and tips, we are here to help.

This round of the Premier League is certainly highlighted by Chelsea visiting Manchester City, but there are several integral matchups up and down the board. Just 10 points separate seventh-place Burnley from 18th-place Swansea entering the weekend, so fixtures like Burnley-Everton, Leicester-Bournemouth and Swansea-West Ham are of great importance and present many excellent value plays for bettors.

With that in mind, Andrew Avery and Rob Trites are back to cap all of the Gameweek 29 action and pick their favorite sides, totals and props for the weekend. If you want to see their picks for all 10 games, check out the video above.

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Andrew: Watford Moneyline (+105)

It’s a risky venture putting all of my eggs in the Watford basket, but here goes nothing.

In the early stages of the campaign, Watford was an excellent story. They had just one loss in their first eight matches and Marco Silva was suddenly in the “great young managers” conversation.

Then it all went pear-shaped. The congested holiday schedule was devastating to the club and Silva was sacked on January 21.

Slowly, the Hornets have found a bit of form with two wins, two draws and two losses in their last six. They’ve won back-to-back games at Vicarage Road so I’m gonna take a shot at plus-money for them to make it three with an awful West Brom side in town.

Rob: Burnley vs Everton Draw (+205)

This may be one of the least watchable games of the entire 2017-18 campaign. Neither team really scores goals and their respective forms are absolutely dreadful.

Both sides will be more than happy to come away with a point each and when you consider that the Clarets have three draws in their last four, it looks like the most probable result.

Everton and Burnley play similar styles of anti-football that should result in few chances. This could end nil-nil and you wouldn’t be too far off your rocker if you punted on that exact result.


Andrew: Swansea vs West Ham OVER 1 in First Half (+125)

The Swans had a five-match unbeaten run come to a screeching halt with a 4-1 drubbing thanks to Brighton last weekend. But what better way to get back into the win column than a visit from one of the worst defensive sides in the Premier League.

The Hammers have conceded the second-most goals overall (50) and have conceded the joint highest with Stoke in away games (33).

The Swans aren’t a side that fills the back of the net with any regularity, but a sprinkle on OVER 1 first-half goal at this price is definitely worth a shot against this shambolic defensive unit.

Carlos Carvalhal’s side will be playing with real urgency as they sit 18th in the table and will look to rebound after last week’s poor showing. Good value here plus the push is still on the table.

Rob: Manchester City vs Chelsea OVER 3 (+110)

This could be a case of me praying for goals in the best fixture of the weekend as a neutral but with the scoring prowess of both sides, I’ll make this bet every day and twice on Sundays.

Coming off back-to-back thumpings of downtrodden Arsenal FC, Man City is rolling in confidence and the attacking football they played on Thursday was a marvel to behold. That said, they were a bit leaky at the back and if the Gunners weren’t so rattled I think they could’ve bagged a few of their own.

Chelsea has gotten into a bit of an offensive rhythm in the league with Conte finally putting his trust in Willian so I think the Blues find their way through for at least a goal or two.


Andrew: Romelu Lukaku Anytime Scorer (+110)

I mean, why not, right? Lukaku generally feasts on smaller clubs and has been bagging goals steadily in the new year in all competitions.

The plus side of the price here is the big appeal as is the fact that he scored the fourth goal in Man United’s 4-0 win in the reverse fixture back in September.

I have NOT been good in this section of our Premier League picks column but I feel Lukaku scoring at any time is the start of a great conclusion to the season with my prop picks.

Rob: Liverpool to win both halves (+135)

I like this bet quite a lot. The boys at the top of Klopp’s 4-3-3 are bossing things and I don’t think Newcastle has the mettle to slow them down despite some good results of late.

The Magpies have indeed not faced an attacking side with this kind of vigor since an FA Cup matchup vs Chelsea in January in which they conceded three times.

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