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EPL Tips: Matchday 37

There may not be much left of the 2021/22 EPL season but still, so many questions remain. Which team will fill the last remaining relegation place? Who will qualify for Europe? And after one of the best title races in EPL history, who will be crowned Premier League Champions? 

In anticipation of a potentially defining weekend, we’ve scoured the market for the best value bets.

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Leeds vs. Brighton: Brighton to win $2.60 at PlayUp

It looked as if the new manager bounce had done the trick for Leeds who, in March, were seven points clear of the drop zone following a last-gasp victory away at Wolves.

However, three morale-sapping defeats in a row, combined with an upturn in results for Everton and Burnley, has left Jesse Marsch’s side staring at the distinct possibility of playing Championship football once again.

Leeds need to add to their points tally sharpish. But with a depleted squad already missing key components Bamford, Dallas and Ayling, further weakened by the suspension of Dan James, winning any game right now looks a tall order.

By stark contrast, The Seagulls are flying. Confidence is high in the Brighton camp after impressive wins away at Arsenal, Tottenham and Wolves recently, not to mention that 4-0 thrashing of Man United. One more victory could secure their first-ever top 10 finish, and it’s hard to bet against them winning this one too. 

West Ham vs Man City: Both teams to score $1.75 at PlayUp

After surrendering the lead in that Champions League semi-final defeat to Real Madrid, reigning EPL Champions, Man City are determined for the same not to happen in the title race.

Smashing ten goals past Newcastle and Wolves has been the perfect response to be fair and, if the championship is to be decided on goal difference then City are now in pole position.

Hitting the Hammers for five may prove more difficult, however. West Ham, who have scored in every one of their home league games this campaign, still have eyes on a top 6 finish.

Moyes’ men come into this one with their scoring boots on too having fired four past Norwich last weekend and will most definitely pose a threat of their own against a City defence without Stones, Dias and Walker. 

Backing both teams to get on the scoresheet at 1.75 seems more than sensible here.

Watford vs. Leicester: Leicester to win $2.00 at Play Up

Okay, so this one won’t be as season-defining as the other games – Watford are already down and Leicester are battling for mid-table mediocrity – but the chance to double our money on an away win seems like too good an opportunity to pass up.

Leicester, fresh from sweeping aside, Norwich, can take a huge stride towards a top-half finish. The Foxes have a fit-again Jamie Vardy in full flow and will want to finish a season ravaged by injuries on a positive.

Watford, meanwhile, will finish with one of the worst home records of any PL side to be relegated and though they did prevent a seventh successive loss at Vicarage Road by holding Everton in mid-week, we don’t see them adding to their measly eight points.