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Daily Fantasy Football Tips Premier League Match Day 38

Our experts present their tips for the upcoming match day. Not only do they follow trends which they have been able to identify in recent games they analyse the odds and follow their their well-trained noses.

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Daily Fantasy Football Tips Premier League Match Day 38

Team: SwanseaTim

The Swans may only have a theoretical chance to survive in the Premier League, but I think they will be one of the few teams to start the day motivated, as they still have something to fight for. Without a doubt they will at least want to show their fans that they are going out in style. Accordingly, I see very good potential in the team. The defense has two very dangerous players in the form of Olsson and Mawson , who are often to be found in the midfield area.

Clucas has also proved that he can be good for goals and up front J.Ayew is a constant source of trouble.

The Captain: Salah!

For me, choosing anyone other than the Egyptian player is pure gambling. Hardly any player is so confident and Liverpool needs at least one point to secure their place in the Champions League. Therefore, I assume that Jürgen Klopp’s team will be taking this match seriously and will not be handing Brighton any chances. Given the situations at City and Spurs, I just cannot see any alternative to Salah!

The insider tip: Jordan Ayew

Ayew has a very good chance of scoring 48.8%  and Swansea needs goals if they are going to pull off a miracle. I think Ayew is their best chance. Over the past few games in particular, he has really impressed me and I even think it is within the bounds of possibility that he could score twice!

Team: Chelseapatrick2

It just hasn’t been the Blues’ season! But Chelsea have a tiny chance of scraping into the Champions League if the Reds fall at the final hurdle. Chelsea are away to Newcastle and have a good chance of winning (14% – 25% -67%)! I think Antonio Conte will once again mobilize the last reserves of strength and beat his opponent, who has already guaranteed themselves a place in the league! The Blues also have a good (44%) chance of keeping a clean sheet.

The Captain: Eden Hazard

For me, the Belgian is the clear candidate for the arm band! He has the same odds to score as Giroud and Morata (48.8%) but is classed as a midfielder! This means both that his goals are rewarded with an extra point and that he can profit from his team’s clean sheet odds! Another solid choice would be the offensive defender Alonso if you want to play someone a little bit different.

The insider tip: Wilfried Zaha

Zaha has good chances to score with s 45.5% chance of finding the back of the net! The Palace player will not be on the radar of many fantasy managers and this may be your chance. Zaha will certainly get his share of chances against an already relegated and demoralized West Brom

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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