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Tim: For me there is no way around the Reds on this game day. The momentum that they have built up in the Champions League will be transferred to the EPL.

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The Team: Manchester United

The Red Devils not only have the best odds of winning (1.16 – 7.0 – 15.0) , they are also currently in really strong form. In addition, Mourinho’s team no longer has to fulfill international obligations and can therefore concentrate entirely on the league and defending their 2nd place in the table. The opponent West Brom, meanwhile, has now gone 10! games without a win. Only the greatest optimists amongst their fans could believe that they could beat Manchester United at Old Trafford.

United has particularly impressive clean sheet odds, there’s a 69% chance that the Red Devils will end the game without conceding.

The Captain: Romelu Lukaku

Lukaku is the United player with the highest odds on scoring (57.1%). However, Alexis Sanchez (45.5%) is now fitting better into ManU’s game and is also a good option! If you prefer to rely on United’s strong clean sheet odds, you could give the captain’s armband to Valencia, who has a good track record when it comes to scoring and preparing goals.

The insider tip: Javier Hernandez

Chicharito scored the Hammers’ decisive, late equalizer against Chelsea on match day 33. Over recent matches, the striker has often come on from the bench, but his strong performance could change that. Against the relegation-candidate Stoke, Chicharito has a 46.5% chance to score and you have the opportunity to put a player into your line up who will be flying largely below the radar!

TimFantasy Tips from Tim

Team: Liverpool

For me, there is no way around the Reds on this match day. The momentum that they have accumulated in the Champions League will be transferred to the EPL. In addition, Jürgen Klopp’s team are up against Bournemouth who are themselves an offensive team and are not used to being behind.

That should offer the magical prospect of goals coming in threes, or twos, depending on how much space they give Jürgen Klopp’s line up. But even if Solanke or “the Ox” go into the front positions, I still see a lot of potential for goals.

The Captain: Mo Salah

He just can’t help but score! Rarely does the Egyptian international set foot on the pitch without bagging a goal. The problem with choosing him this match day is that Salah may not get any playing time. To that end, I recommend managers who want to play it safe opt for Alexis Sanchez of ManU . If you want to compromise and have a bit more security in your line up, you could also choose Salah’s teammate Firmino , who also scores on a regular basis.

The insider tip: Patrick van Aanholt

Patrick van Aanholt: Crystal Palace not only has a good chance of keeping a clean sheet but van Aanholt has finally started to find the form of his earlier days at the Eagles. In addition, Palace is still fighting desperately to avoid sliding down into the relegation zone. All these factors make him the perfect candidate for this match day, even though I also want to suggest Marko Arnautovic.

I have lost count of the number of weeks he has been my insider tip or got a mention, but I still think that on this game day too, fantasy managers should have him on their watch list!

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Pos Club Pl GD Pts
1 Manchester City 37 78 97
2 Manchester United 36 39 77
3 Tottenham 37 37 74
4 Liverpool 37 42 72
5 Chelsea 37 27 70
6 Arsenal 37 22 60
7 Burnley 37 -2 54
8 Everton 37 -12 49
9 Leicester 37 -3 47
10 Newcastle Utd. 37 -11 41
11 Crystal Palace 37 -12 41
12 Bournemouth 37 -17 41
13 Watford 37 -19 41
14 Brighton 37 -16 40
15 West Ham United 37 -22 38
16 Huddersfield 37 -29 37
17 Southampton 37 -18 36
18 Swansea 37 -27 33
19 West Brom 37 -23 31
20 Stoke 37 -34 30

EPL Game Week 37

Match Odds
Gameweek 37 Match Odds – Premier League Win x Loss
Brighton – Manchester Utd. 20% 27% 60%
Stoke – Crystal Palace 40% 31% 36%
Bournemouth – Swansea 44% 30% 31%
Leicester – West Ham 44% 30% 31%
Watford – Newcastle 40% 31% 35%
West Brom – Tottenham 12% 21% 74%
Everton Southampton 34% 30% 42%
Manchester City – Huddersfield 91% 11% 5%
Arsenal – Burnley 65% 25% 17%
Chelsea – Liverpool 47% 29% 31%
source: bet365

More than 2.5 goals
Gameweek 37 Odds more than 2,5 goals – Premier League  
Manchester City – Huddersfield 75%
West Brom – Tottenham 61%
Chelsea – Liverpool 58%
Arsenal – Burnley 56%
Brighton – Manchester Utd. 54%
Bournemouth – Swansea 54%
Leicester – West Ham 54%
Stoke – Crystal Palace 51%
Watford – Newcastle 48%
Everton Southampton 48%
source: bet365

Clean Sheet Odds
Gameweek 37 Clean Sheet Odds – Premier League  
Manchester City 71%
Tottenham 50%
Arsenal 44%
Manchester Utd. 43%
Southampton 37%
Watford 35%
Leicester 33%
Bournemouth 32%
Chelsea 32%
Stoke 31%
Newcastle 31%
Crystal Palace 29%
Everton 29%
Swansea 25%
West Ham 25%
Liverpool 24%
Brighton 20%
Burnley 18%
West Brom 14%
Huddersfield 7%
source: tabtouch

Odds to score
Game Week 37 Odds to score – Premier League  
Harry Kane (TOT) 65,4%
G. Jesus, Lukas Nmecha, Raheem Sterling (MCI) 60,6%
Brahim Diaz (MCI) 57,1%
Aubameyang (ARS) 54,1%
Jamie Vardy (LEI) 50,0%
Charlie Austin (SOU) 50,0%
Mohamed Salah (LIV) 50,0%
Leroy Sane (MCI) 48,8%
Lacazette (ARS) 48,8%
Romelu Lukaku (MNU) 47,6%
Heung-Min Son (TOT) 46,5%
Marcus Rashford (MNU) 44,4%
Bernardo Silva (MCI) 43,5%
Chris Wood (BUR) 43,5%
Jordan Ayew, Tammy Abraham (SWA) 42,2%
Cenk Tosun (EVE) 42,2%
Morata, Hazard, Giroud (CHE) 42,2%
Marko Arnautovic (WHU) 41,7%
Callum Wilson, Jermain Defoe (BOU) 41,7%
Eddie Nketiah (ARS) 41,7%
Anthony Martial (MNU) 40,8%
Glenn Murray (BRI) 40,0%
Andy Carroll, Javier Hernandez (WHU) 40,0%
Oumar Niasse (EVE) 40,0%
Aaron Ramsey, Danny Welbeck (ARS) 40,0%
Alexis Sanchez, Jesse Lingard (MNU) 38,2%
Wilfried Zaha (CRY) 38,2%
Christian Eriksen (TOT) 38,2%
David Silva (MCI) 38,2%
Ashley Barnes (BUR) 38,2%
Leonardo Ulloa (BRI) 37,0%
Riyad Mahrez, Okazaki (LEI) 36,4%
Joshua King (BOU) 36,4%
Ilkay Gundogan (MCI) 36,4%
Mkhitaryan (ARS) 36,4%
Marouane Fellaini (MNU) 35,7%
Dele Alli (TOT) 35,7%
Sam Vokes (BUR) 35,7%
Mame Diouf, Peter Crouch (STO) 33,3%
Steve Mounie (HUD) 33,3%
Dwight Gayle, Islam Slimani (NEW) 32,3%
Guido Carrillo, Shane Long (SOU) 32,3%
Firmino (LIV) 32,3%
Andre Gray, Troy Deeney (WAT) 30,3%
Dusan Tadic (SOU) 28,6%
Daniel Sturridge, Jay Rodriguez, Salomon Rondon (WBA) 27,8%
source: WilliamHill

 
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