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EPL Matchweek 25 betting tips, best odds & goalscorer picks

EPL Matchweek 25 betting tips

As the three-way Premier League title race heats up, we head into Matchday 25 with a 10-match slate headlined by a clash between Manchester City and Chelsea. Below are our free EPL betting picks for the weekend, with odds from the top soccer bookies in United States.

Brentford vs Liverpool

Saturday, February 17 – 12:30pm GMT – Gtech Community Stadium

Still sitting top of the table, Liverpool need to keep winning to hold their advantage as they head to Brentford this weekend. Boosted by the return of winger Mohamed Salah and keeper Alisson Becker, expect the Reds to return to their ruthless best as firm favourites with the top EPL betting sites. Expect Salah to provide the main threat in attack as he returns to the form he showed before his injury.

Mohamed Salah anytime goalscorer


Burnley vs Arsenal

Saturday, February 17 – 3pm GMT – Turf Moor

After their 6-0 win at West Ham last weekend, title talks have re-emerged around Arsenal as they sit within a game of the leaders. Headed to Burnley, they face relegation contenders who are winless in their past seven games. Looking to put the pressure on the other title challengers, expect another statement win from the North London side.

Arsenal -1.5


Fulham vs Aston Villa

Saturday, February 17 – 3pm GMT – Craven Cottage

With just one win from their past six in all competitions, Aston Villa have been dealt a reality check following their stellar start to the season. Unbeaten in their past five at home, Fulham should be confident of an upset, which makes picking a result difficult. Keep an eye out for Aston Villa striker Ollie Watkins, who — with 11 goals and 10 assists this season — will be a part of everything going forward.

Ollie Watkins anytime goalscorer


Newcastle United vs Bournemouth

Saturday, February 17 – 3pm GMT – St James’ Park

On a run of three matches unbeaten, Newcastle have worked their way back into contention for a top-six spot as they welcome Bournemouth this weekend. A dangerous side, Bournemouth won the reverse fixture 2-0 back in November, but they enter this match on a five-match winless run. Expect the home side to be too strong; however, Newcastle have conceded in each of their past seven matches, so look for the visitors to get on the board as well.

Newcastle / Both teams to score


Nottingham Forest vs West Ham United

Saturday, February 17 – 3pm GMT – The City Ground

Needing to bounce back after their embarrassing 6-0 loss to Arsenal, West Ham are on the road this weekend as they face Nottingham Forest. The home side’s form is no better, as Forest enter this match on a six-match winless run and sit just two points clear of the relegation zone. While that makes it hard to pick a winner, both sides’ poor defensive records and a 3-2 clash earlier in the season suggest a high-scoring clash.

Over 2.5 goals


Tottenham Hotspur vs Wolverhampton Wanderers

Saturday, February 17 – 3pm GMT – Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

A 96th-minute winner gave Spurs the win last weekend as they returned to the top four. Finally with a full-strength side, Tottenham will be looking to continue their run of good form as they welcome Wolves. Having won three of their past four games against Tottenham, Wolverhampton understand how to beat the North London side, but in what should be a high-scoring clash, expect Spurs to have too much firepower.

Tottenham / Both teams to score


Manchester City vs Chelsea

Saturday, February 17 – 5:30pm GMT – Etihad Stadium

Winners of their past 11 games in all competitions, Manchester City continue their hunt for their fourth consecutive EPL title as they sit just two points behind Liverpool with a game in hand. Facing the dangerous Chelsea, City will be hoping to avoid a repeat of their 4-4 clash earlier in the season. While Chelsea are unpredictable, they have the attacking firepower to rival the top sides in the Premier League, so look for both teams to score.

Manchester City / Both teams to score


Sheffield United vs Brighton & Hove Albion

Sunday, February 18 – 2pm GMT – Bramall Lane

Despite securing a vital three points against Luton Town last weekend, Sheffield United remain in last place, seven points away from safety. Looking to create a run of form, they face an opportunity against the unpredictable Brighton. Sitting in eighth, their excellent home performances hide the fact that the Seagulls are winless in their past six away matches. As Brighton have never beaten Sheffield United in the Premier League, this match should be closer than expected.



Luton Town vs Manchester United

Sunday, February 18 – 4:30pm GMT – Kenilworth Road

On a run of six matches unbeaten in all competitions, Manchester United have returned to the top six as they head to Luton this weekend. Coming off a disappointing loss to Sheffield United, Luton Town need a much-improved performance against one of the form sides in the Premier League. There is plenty on the line for the home side, who sit one point clear of the drop zone, but it is hard to see them keeping up with the quality of United.

Manchester United to win


Everton vs Crystal Palace

Monday, February 19 – 8pm GMT – Goodison Park

Sat in 18th and winless in their past seven, not much is going right for Everton at the moment as they welcome Crystal Palace this weekend. Equally out of form, Palace have just one win from their past six as pressure mounts on Roy Hodgson. Winless in their past six against Everton, it is hard to see the away side turning its form around, particularly in the absence of star winger Michael Olise.

Everton to win


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