Premier League Matchday 37 Preview: Relegation Battle Heats Up

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Premier League Matchday 37 Preview: Relegation Battle Heats Up

There are just a couple of weeks remaining in the Premier League season and several crucial issues are close to being resolved.

Manchester City can seal the title this weekend if they defeat Chelsea, while the relegation battle will likely be clearer after the latest round of fixtures.

Read on as we take a look at the standout games on Matchday 37 and assess some of the key betting angles to consider.


  • Man City set to clinch the title
  • Goals on the cards at West Ham
  • Forest are not safe yet

Man City Home in on the Title

Manchester City welcome Chelsea to the Etihad Stadium on Sunday with their sights firmly set on winning the Premier League title.

City head into the game four points clear of Arsenal with a game in hand and it would be a major surprise if they failed to get the job done.

There have been plenty of goals in City’s recent league games, with their last eight outings generating a whopping 31.

Over 3.5 goals is priced at odds of 2.19 on several new betting sites and that will undoubtedly tempt punters looking for an attractive angle in the game.

Leeds Face Tricky Test at West Ham

Leeds United visit West Ham United on Sunday aiming to give themselves a fighting chance of avoiding relegation to the Championship.

The Whites have improved since Sam Allardyce was appointed as interim manager and he will view the trip to the London Stadium as a winnable opportunity.

Neither side has been solid defensively this season, which makes the odds of 1.59 on offer with Mr Play Sport for both teams to score look pretty tempting.

With Tottenham Hotspur visiting Elland Road on the final weekend, Leeds desperately need to collect three points on Sunday.

Forest Still in Big Trouble

Nottingham Forest head into their home game against Arsenal on Saturday three points above the relegation zone and not quite sure of survival just yet.

Their final game is at Crystal Palace, who have been much-improved since Roy Hodgson replaced Patrick Vieira as manager.

While relegation rivals Leicester City will struggle to make up the four-point gap on Forest, Leeds and Everton could easily overtake their current 34-point tally.

Odds of 3.55 for Forest to be relegated may well be the value bet given they have a worse goal difference than the teams they are battling with.

Tottenham Hotspur vs Brentford1.823.803.95
Fulham vs Crystal Palace2.393.402.83
Bournemouth vs Manchester United5.704.701.48
Liverpool vs Aston Villa1.454.806.05
Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Everton2.673.302.58
Nottingham Forest vs Arsenal5.254.351.55
West Ham United vs Leeds United2.313.402.83
Brighton & Hove Albion vs Southampton1.196.6511.10
Manchester City vs Chelsea1.216.2510.90
Newcastle United vs Leicester City1.354.956.65

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