EPL Week 32- Weekend Premier League Tips

John Newsome Football Betting Tips - everytipLiverpool are officially the 2019/20 Premier League Champions. The 30-year drought is over! Can they put the icing on the cake with a win at the Etihad Stadium in Game Week 32? John Newsome pours through the stats and scours the latest team news to deliver his unique and detailed preview of all the upcoming English Premier League week 32 matches.  You can view all previous analysis from John’s regular column here: English Premier League Predictions For Saturday

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ASTON VILLA v WOLVES

June 27th

A 12.30 PM kick-off in England live on BT Sport.

Aston Villa have earned 2-points from their games since the comeback, however, the dreaded VAR and Dodgy Del Boys watch saved Dean Smith’s Claret and Blues that earned the point against Sheffield United.

On Wednesday, Villa drew against Newcastle, with Ahmed Elmohamady equalising Newcastle’s opener.

The draw and point gained still leaves Dean Smith’s men in the bottom-3 of the Premier League table with 27-points, the same as Bournemouth directly above them and West Ham, outside of the relegation zone on goal difference.

Aston Villa were the only team out of the bottom 4, that gained anything with Norwich, Bournemouth and West Ham all losing their Game Week-31 fixtures.

Wolves continued their great season with Raul Jimenez scoring the solitary goal against Bournemouth in their latest fixture back from lockdown.

Adama Traore went down the wing and crossed for Raul to head home against West Ham on Saturday.

Adama Traore went down the wing and crossed for Raul to head home against Bournemouth on Wednesday, the Wolves faithful will be hoping that a pattern is developing between the two and maybe it’s because of the Spanish language between them.

With Manchester United also winning, Wolves have the same 49-points as the Red Devil’s and sit 6th in the Premier League table on goal difference.

Both Wolves and Manchester United are 5-points away from Chelsea who sit in the final Champions League place, following their victory against Man City.

That said, 5th-place could result in a European place if City don’t overturn their ban from next seasons competition.

This game is the reverse fixture of Game Week-12 played in early November, a long time before the Coronavirus came into play.

At Molineux, Ruben Neves and Raul Jimenez scored either side of the break to give Wolves a 2-0 advantage.

Trezeguet scored in injury time with what turned out to be just a consolation for Villa with Nuno’s Gold and Blacks getting a 2-1 victory.

  • Bet 365 offer Aston Villa at 7/2, the Draw at 5/2 and slight Odds On 4/5 for Wolves to come away with all 3-points.
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WATFORD v SOUTHAMPTON

June 28th

This game kicks-off in England at 16.30 PM live on Sky Sports and Freeview Pick.

Watford headed to the cold of Turf Moor on Thursday but came away with nothing following a 1-0 defeat against Burnley.

Even with the whole of England basking in the glorious sunshine on the hottest day of the year, the cardboard cutouts at Turf Moor still needed their coats as it’s always freezing in Burnley.

The Hornets have 29-points so far, which leaves Nigel Pearson and his boys perilously close to the drop zone.

Southampton would have had hopes of beating a poor Arsenal side, after a great couple of games, except for the exploits of the Saints goalkeeper Alex McCarthy, who must have got sunstroke when on the 20-minute mark kicked the ball against the Gunners striker Eddie Nketiah, that gave the Gunners striker the easiest of tap ins to give Arsenal a sloppy goal.

Alex then couldn’t keep out a free-kick from Arsenal, following a rash challenge from Jack Stephens, that saw the Saints defender sent off.

The ball rebounded a couple of times from the free-kick and eventually came off Alex and went straight to an Arsenal player who converted and got the 2nd-Gunners goal to inflict a 2-0 defeat on Southampton.

The loss leaves Wreck-It Ralph’s men with 37-points which is still touch and go as to whether is enough to keep them in the Premier League.

At St Mary’s in late November, this was a Game Week-14 fixture, where Southampton came from behind to beat Watford by a 2-1 scoreline.

Danny Ings and James Ward-Prowse scoring in the 2nd-half, after Ismaila Sarr had given Watford a 1st-half lead.

  • Bet 365 offer Watford at 6/4, the Draw at 23/10 and 7/4 for Southampton to come away with all 3-points.
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CRYSTAL PALACE v BURNLEY

June 29th

Monday Night Football with a 20.00 PM Kick-off in England.

Crystal Palace suffered a 4-0 defeat away at Anfield on Tuesday night, no disgrace there as most lose at Anfield, however, it was the manner of the defeat that may worry the cardboard Eagle Ultras.

Wilfried Zaha had to leave the field after just 15-minutes due to injury and without Big Wilf, Luka Milivojevic and Christian Benteke, Roy’s Boys lacked any, well anything!

Luka did come on in the 2nd-half but with his team already being outplayed by the Reds and losing 3-0, couldn’t really affect the game.

A stat was thrown up after the defeat that showed none of the Crystal Palace players touched the ball in the Liverpool penalty area.

No Shots on Goal, only 3-attempted Shots but none troubling the Reds ‘keeper and guess how many corners? None, not one corner in the whole 90-minutes.

The Liverpool goalkeeper didn’t have a save to make.

Jurgen’s Boys had 96-so called Dangerous Attacks, yet Palace had just 6.

It appears without Wilfried, Palace are not the same side, considering they had won 4-straight games, prior to the trip to Anfield.

Roy will be hoping Wilfried Zaha is back pretty soon.

Burnley took on Watford on Thursday in the cold of Turf Moor on the hottest day of the year.

Since lockdown, the Clarets have Played-2, resulting in winning-1 and losing-1, scoring 1-goal and conceding-5, admittedly against Man City.

Jay Rodriguez got the solitary goal against Watford and the 3-points gained, gives Sean Dyche’s Clarets, 42-which puts them level with Crystal Palace and just a point behind Arsenal, which is a great effort.

There are rumours that Sean and the top boss at Burnley have differences.

Maybe, maybe not but a quick note to the top boss at Turf Moor, don’t get rid of Big Sean or you may find yourselves playing at Oakwell, the John Smith Stadium or any of the other Championship venues.

Stick with the Gravel Voiced Gingerbread Man.

The Game Week-14 fixture back at the end of November, saw Crystal Palace come away from Turf Moor with a 2-0 victory with goals from Wilfried Zaha and Jeffrey Schlupp either side of the break, giving Roy’s Boys the points.

  • Bet 365 offer Crystal Palace at 5/4, the Draw at 11/5 and 11/5 for Burnley to come away with all 3-points.
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BRIGHTON v MANCHESTER UNITED

June 30th

A 20.15 PM kick-off in England live on Sky Sports and Freeview Pick

Brighton have 4-points from their 2-games after lockdown and could easily have 6 if Neal Maupay had converted an early penalty in the 0-0 draw against Leicester on Tuesday.

Although frustrating, that the penalty was missed, it is another point gained that gives the Seagulls-33 for the season so far.

Manchester United comfortably beat Sheffield United on Wednesday, with Ole Gunnar Solskjær probably, finally choosing his best starting eleven for a long time.

David De Gea in goal, someone, mentioning no names, called David Triple D in his last column.

John Newsome apologises for that but at the time, was meant to put Double-D-G but was watching Diners, Drive-ins and Dives on the Food Channel and mistakenly put Triple D.

Double-D-G in goal, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Victor Lindelof, Harry Maguire and Luke Shaw across the back, Bruno Fernandes, Paul Pogba and Nemanja Matic in midfield and Marcus Rashford, Mason Greenwood and Anthony Martial up top.

A great United eleven and should show the way for the future.

Probably the only addition/change could be Scott McTominay switching with Nemanja from time to time.

When Nemanja does play, however, United rarely concede.

Anthony Martial scored all-3 goals in the 3-0 victory over the Blades, the 1st Manchester United player to score a hat-trick since Sir Alex left.

The lineup was probably the best since Sir Alex left as well, which maybe speaks volumes.

Phases Ole, Phases!

With the lack of fans in the stadium, there are different back-drops when the game are on the telly, which United went all out to make Old Trafford easy on the eyes.

A lot of teams are having cardboard cutouts, which does make a difference.

Leeds United, trying their best to fall apart again, even have Osama Bin Laden as a cardboard fan.

It’s well known that Osama had a satellite dish at the side of his cave and was regularly heard singing,

‘Marching on together!’ whilst watching the EFL Championship on ifollow.

The victory gives United 49-points and leaves them 5-points behind Chelsea in 4th-place in the Premier League table.

At Old Trafford back in early November, United comfortably beat Brighton by a 3-1 scoreline with goals from Andreas Pereira, Scott McTominay and Marcus Rashford with Lewis Dunk getting a Seagulls consolation.

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  • Bet 365 offer Brighton at 7/2, the Draw at 12/5 and slight Odds On 17/20 for Manchester United to come away with all 3-points.
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ARSENAL v NORWICH

July 1st

An 18.00 PM kick-off in England live on BT Sport.

Relegation-threatened Arsenal finally got a victory on Thursday, albeit with the help of the Southampton goalkeeper.

The Saints stopper inexplicably kicked the ball against Eddie Nketiah who was then through on goal to tap-in the easiest the lad will get for a while.

Joe Willock, who came on as a substitute, got on the end of a rebound from the Southampton ‘keeper and made it 2-0 with 6-minutes to go which gives Mikel Arteta and his Gunners 43-points for the season so far.

Norwich lost again on Wednesday, succumbing to a single, 2nd-half Everton goal that leaves the Canaries rock-bottom of the Premier League table, with just 21-points, 6-from safety.

Six points doesn’t appear to be a lot but with the way Norwich play and only having 7-games left, it seems a tough task to avoid relegation.

Whilst it is still possible, no doubt Daniel Farke and his boys will still believe, however, it does look like the rotund lady is clearing her throat ready for the sing-song and Norwich will be heading back to the Championship.

When Arsenal ventured to Norfolk back at the beginning of December, Norwich earned a great point in their fight to stay in the division.

Teemu Pukki scored 1st, with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang equalising for Arsenal midway through the 1st-half.

Todd Cantwell scored just before the break to take the Canaries in at the interval leading 2-1.

Pierre-Emerick scored his and the Gunners 2nd early in the 2nd-half and with no more goals, the game finished in a Desmond 2-2 draw.

  • Bet 365 offer Arsenal at Odds On 1/2, the Draw at 7/2 and 19/4 for Norwich to come away with all 3-points.
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EVERTON v LEICESTER

July 1st

This game kicks-off at 18.00 PM in England live on Sky Sports only.

Everton got an all-important victory on Wednesday, with Michael Keane scoring the solitary goal in the 1-0 victory over bottom of the table Norwich.

Whilst Carlo Ancelotti’s Toffees have only notched once in the 2-games after lockdown, it is 4-points gained following the point earned in the 0-0 draw against their Merseyside rival and Champions elect, Liverpool.

The 4-points from the 2-games gives Everton 41-for the season and a mid-table place, hopefully, to build on for next season.

Jamie Vardy scored his 97th Premier League goal back in December 2019 and probably never thought that it would be July 2020 before the Sheffield Superstar scored his 100th notch.

The lads on 99 at the moment and after firing blanks against Watford and Brighton, is still waiting to get on Sky Sports 100 club.

Leicester struggled to create against Brighton on Tuesday and but for a missed Seagulls penalty, could have lost the game.

The point gained gives the Foxes-55 in total, 3-more than Chelsea in 4th-place.

At the King Power in early December, the Foxes got a great 2-1 victory against the Toffees, still under the guidance of Marco Silva.

Richarlison did put Everton in front midway through the 1st-half.

Brendan got into his Leicester team at the break with Jamie Vardy and Kelechi Iheanacho scoring the goals to give Brendan’s Wonderful Human Beings the victory.

Kelechi’s goal was 4-minutes into injury time.

  • Bet 365 offer Everton at 8/5, the Draw at 12/5 and 13/8 for Leicester to come away with all 3-points.
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BOURNEMOUTH v NEWCASTLE

July 1st

Another 18.00 PM kick-off in England, live on Sky Sports and Freeview Pick.

Bournemouth look to be the team least likely to get out of the drop-zone and Eddie Howe and his Cherries look to be leaving the Premier League for the first time in 5-years.

The 1-0 defeat against Wolves on Wednesday is the Cherries 3rd-defeat in a row and 5th from the last 6-Premier League games, with just a point from the 6th.

That’s 1-point from a possible 18, which is simply relegation fodder and Bournemouth will go down unless fortunes change rapidly.

Newcastle drew 1-1 on Wednesday and will look at that as 2-points dropped with Dwight Gayle’s goal putting the Magpies in control over relegation-threatened Aston Villa.

Unfortunately, Newcastle conceded with 7-minutes remaining to snatch a draw from the jaws of victory.

With 39-points from their 31-games, Steve Bruce’s men do appear safe, however, a few more points will be what Big Brucey will be wanting before the season finishes.

DeAndre Yedlin and Ciaran Clark scored either side of the break to give Newcastle a 2-1 victory at St James Park in early November.

Harry Wilson had given Bournemouth an early lead but like a bad dog walker, couldn’t hold on to it.

  • Bet 365 offer Bournemouth at 5/4, the Draw at 23/10 and 9/4 for Newcastle to come away with all 3-points.
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WEST HAM v CHELSEA

July 1st

This game at the London Stadium is a 20.15 PM kick-off live on Sky Sports only.

West Ham are in free-fall and have lost both of their fixtures after the season reconvened, both by a 2-0 scoreline.

Added to the defeat against Arsenal prior to the lockdown, it’s 3-in a row for the Hammers and just 1-victory from the last 11-Premier League games.

In those 11-games, West Ham have Won-1, Drew-2 and Lost-8.

Simply not good enough and the Bubbles faithful should be fearing the worse.

Probably one saving grace is that Bournemouth and Aston Villa, who share the same 27-points as the Hammers are both worse than West Ham.

With Norwich looking like they have 1 of the dreaded relegation places, there’s 2-up for grabs, so to speak and all David Moyes needs to make sure is that his boys, match or better Bournemouth and Villa for the remainder of the season.

Including this fixture against Chelsea, West Ham have games away at Old Trafford and a final fixture at home against Aston Villa, which could simply turn out as a ‘winner takes all decider’

Chelsea helped Liverpool win the title on Thursday, getting a great 2-1 victory against Man City which meant that the title finally goes to Liverpool after 30-years.

Christian Pulisic scored 1st and gave Frank’s Blues a 1st-half lead.

Man City did equalise but Willian scored a penalty to put Chelsea back in front.

Frank Lampard’s Chelsea held on for the victory to give them the valuable 3-points in their Chase for a Champions League place and ultimately prevented City from catching Liverpool to give Jurgen’s Reds the title.

At Stamford Bridge back at the end of November, West Ham, still under the guidance of Manuel Pellegrini, got a very surprising 1-0 victory against Frank Lampard’s Blues.

Aaron Cresswell with the solitary Bubbles goal.

  • Bet 365 offer West Ham at 15/4, the Draw at 3/1 and slight Odds On 4/6 for Chelsea to come away with all 3-points.
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SHEFFIELD UNITED v TOTTENHAM

July 2nd

This game kicks-off at 18.00 PM in England live on Sky Sports.

Sheffield United have come back from lockdown and are now 2-defeats from the 3-games played.

The latest being another 3-0 defeat, following the loss against Newcastle, by the same scoreline, against an inspired Manchester United side who took Chris Wilder’s Blades apart.

Chris was not happy, it was obvious in his face.

It appears Chris is still smarting from the ghost-goal that wasn’t given against Aston Villa.

With 44-points gained so far, Sheffield United are now a point behind today’s opponents so this game is vital for both teams.

After doing better against Manchester United than Sheffield United, getting a 1-1 draw against the Red Devil’s, Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham side easily beat West Ham on Tuesday night by a 2-0 scoreline.

After a Hammers defender had turned past his own goalkeeper, Harry Kane finally scored his 1st-goal in an injury-hit, interrupted season.

The 3-points gives Spurs 45 for the season so far, 1-more than the Blades and 4-behind both Wolves and Manchester United, giving Dracula the slim hope of a European place.

Tottenham do have a relatively easy run-in, including a North London Derby, at home, that Jose will look to be victorious.

When the Blades caught the rattler down to the Chas and Dave Memorial Stadium back in early November, George Baldock cancelled out a Son Heung-Min strike to take home a point, for Sheffield United, from a 1-1 draw.

Both goals scored in the 2nd-half.

  • Bet 365 offer Sheffield United at 23/10, the Draw at 9/4 and 6/5 for Tottenham to come away with all 3-points.
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MAN CITY v LIVERPOOL

July 2nd

The final Game Week-32 fixture kicking-off at 20.15 PM in England live on Sky Sports and Freeview Pick.

BREAKING-NEWS-Liverpool are officially the 2019/20 Premier League Champions.

As Man City suffered a 2-1 defeat against Chelsea on Thursday, City can no longer retain the title.

With 7-games to go, Peps boys are now 23-points behind Jurgen’s Reds, so the Premier League have their 7th-title winners, with Liverpool adding their names to Manchester United, Blackburn, Arsenal, Chelsea, Man City and Leicester.

Kevin De Bruyne had equalised an early Chelsea goal to give City hopes of a comeback but Frank’s Blues scored again to get all 3-points from a 2-1 victory and gift Liverpool their 1st-Premier League title.

After the bore-draw Merseyside Derby against the Toffees, Liverpool got back to winning ways on Wednesday, comfortably beating Crystal Palace by a 4-0 scoreline.

Trent Alexander-Arnold opened the scoring for the Reds from a great free-kick, midway through the 1st-half.

With time running out before the interval, Mo Salah made it 2-0.

After the break, Fabinho scored Liverpool’s 3rd, with a great thunderbolt of a strike which no goalkeeper was stopping.

The 2nd of the Fab-3, Sadio Mane rounded off the scoring following great work from the 3rd of the Fab-3, Roberto Firmino.

The Liverpool front-3, are simply superb, added to the midfield of Jordan Henderson and Big Virgil at the back, the Reds are now worthy winners of the Premier League, thanks to Frank Lampard’s Chelsea.

Congratulations Liverpool!

At Anfield, back in early November, the Reds comfortably beat the Blues by a 3-1 scoreline.

Fabinho and Mo Salah with the 1st-half strikes, followed by a Sadio Mane goal after the break.

The Bernardo of the Silva’s got the City consolation.

  • Bet 365 offer Man City at 6/4, the Draw at 12/5 and 5/4 for Liverpool to come away with all 3-points.
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Rest In Peace Liam Treadwell.