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Premier League Matchweek 32 betting picks & goalscorer odds

Premier League betting picks - Matchweek 32

The exciting 2023/24 Premier League season continues this weekend with 10 matches headlined by a clash between old rivals Manchester United and Liverpool. Here are our free EPL betting tips and predictions for every game of Matchday 32.

Crystal Palace vs Manchester City

Saturday, April 6 – 12:30pm GMT – Selhurst Park

Playing in the early kickoff, Manchester City have an excellent chance to put the pressure their title rivals. They head to Crystal Palace as strong favourites with top EPL bookmakers after their 4-1 victory over Aston Villa during the week. City winger Phil Foden scored a hat-trick in the win and offers great value to score again.

Phil Foden anytime goalscorer


Aston Villa vs Brentford

Saturday, April 6 – 3pm GMT – Villa Park

Holding a two-point lead over top-four rivals Tottenham, Aston Villa need to turn their form around after winning just one of their past four matches. They are favourites at home against the 15th-placed Brentford, who are winless in their past eight games. With star striker Ollie Watkins doubtful due to injury, expect Moussa Diaby to be the main threat in attack given the winger has two goals and two assists in his past four matches.

Moussa Diaby to score or assist


Everton vs Burnley

Saturday, April 6 – 3pm GMT – Goodison Park

Unbeaten in their past four matches, the 19th-placed Burnley have been dangerous lately for a side that looks set for relegation. They travel to Goodison Park as underdogs against Everton, who are winless in their past 10 matches. These are two of the lowest-scoring sides in the Premier League, so don’t expect much action at either end of the pitch.

Under 2.5 goals


Fulham vs Newcastle United

Saturday, April 6 – 3pm GMT – Craven Cottage

Sitting just four points outside the top six, Newcastle United head to Fulham with plenty on the line. The Magpies are unbeaten in the last eight matches between these teams, yet they enter this one as slight underdogs on the back of some inconsistent form. While Fulham have been disappointing in recent weeks, they have lost just one of their past six home matches, which suggests a draw is the safe bet.



Luton Town vs Bournemouth

Saturday, April 6 – 3pm GMT – Kenilworth Road

Lying three points shy of the safety zone, Luton Town are now winless in their past 11 matches. They now welcome the 11th-placed Bournemouth, who are unbeaten in their past five games. While the Cherries should be too strong, Luton have scored in 18 of their past 19 matches, so add both teams to score for extra value.

Bournemouth / Both teams to score


Wolverhampton Wanderers vs West Ham United

Saturday, April 6 – 3pm GMT – Molineux Stadium

On the verge of the top six, West Ham have shown their quality in recent weeks with draws over the higher-placed Tottenham and Aston Villa. Looking to put the pressure on Manchester United, they head to the Molineux to face an out-of-form Wolves side. Gary O’Neil’s men have won just one of their past five, and missing their two greatest attacking threats in Hwang Hee-chan and Pedro Neto, their struggles look set to continue.

West Ham to win


Brighton & Hove Albion vs Arsenal

Saturday, April 6 – 5:30pm GMT – American Express Stadium

Two points behind Liverpool in the title race, Arsenal head down to Brighton needing to continue their good run of form. The Seagulls haven’t been beaten at home in their past 14 matches. Despite the visitors holding the best away record in the Premier League, both teams to score is the safer pick.

Both teams to score


Manchester United vs Liverpool

Sunday, April 7 – 3:30pm GMT – Old Trafford

In a rematch of their FA Cup thriller just three weeks ago, the first-placed Liverpool head to Old Trafford unbeaten in their past seven Premier League matches. United enter this clash as underdogs with just one win from their past five EPL games, although they won their last home clash with the Merseysiders. While matches between these sides are always unpredictable, Jurgen Klopp’s men have too much to lose in the title race.

Liverpool to win


Sheffield United vs Chelsea

Sunday, April 7 – 5:30pm GMT – Bramall Lane

The 10th-placed Chelsea will be full of confidence after they secured a 101st-minute comeback victory over Manchester United on Thursday night. They head to Sheffield as strong favourites with EPL betting sites, and a win could lift them up to seventh on the table. The one to watch for Chelsea is English winger Cole Palmer, who has scored five goals in his last two matches and leads the side with 16 strikes this season.

Cole Palmer anytime goalscorer


Tottenham Hotspur vs Nottingham Forest

Sunday, April 7 – 6pm GMT – Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

After Aston Villa’s defeat during the week, Tottenham are now just two points outside the top four with a game in hand. Welcoming relegation contenders Nottingham Forest, Ange Postecoglou’s men enter as strong favourites after winning six of their past seven home matches. However, they have conceded in 12 of their past 13 games, so there is great value in backing both teams to score.

Tottenham / Both teams to score


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