Liverpool (2/5) – Manchester United (13/2)

19 April 2022

  • Liverpool are looking to complete the league double over Manchester United for the first time since 2013-14, while they last won three in a row against the Red Devils between September 2008 and October 2009. Take Liverpool double chance with a win or draw @ odds of 1/10!
  • Manchester United are winless in their last five away league games against Liverpool (D3 L2), netting just one goal in these matches. They last had a longer run without an away league win against the Reds between September 1970 and December 1979 (D2 L7).
  • Liverpool won the reverse fixture against Manchester United 5-0 earlier this season. Only once in a single Premier League campaign have they netted 6+ against the Red Devils (6 in 2008-09), while the most they’ve scored against them in a league season is nine in 1895-96.
  • Since their last Premier League defeat against Leicester in December, Liverpool have earned more points than any other side (32 – W10 D2 L0). A win or a draw here will see them finish the day top of the table for the first time since October 1st, having been 14 points behind Manchester City as recently as January 15th (albeit with two games in hand).
  • Manchester United have lost their last two Premier League away games, as many as they had in their previous 39 on the road (W23 D14). They’ve only lost three consecutive Premier League away games on three occasions – October 1994, January 1996 and April 2019. Bank on United turning the tables and getting a draw from the Derby @ odds of 4/1!
  • Liverpool have lost six of their last 93 Premier League home games (W70 D17), with all of those defeats coming consecutively between January and March 2021. The Reds have won each of their last 10 at Anfield by an aggregate score of 29-2.
  • Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah has scored seven goals in his last five games against Manchester United in all competitions, including a hat-trick at Old Trafford in the reverse fixture this season. In the Reds’ history, only Steven Gerrard (9) has netted more against the Red Devils for the club.
  • In all competitions, Manchester United’s Marcus Rashford has only scored more club career goals against Leicester (6) than he has versus Liverpool (5). However, all five of his strikes against the Reds have come at Old Trafford.
  • Liverpool’s Diogo Jota has scored in each of his last three Premier League games, with each strike being the Reds’ first goal of the game. He’s never scored in four consecutive Premier League appearances.
  • Manchester United’s Cristiano Ronaldo has been on the winning side 23 times in the last 24 Premier League games in which he’s scored, including each of the last 12 in a row. The only exception in that run was a 4-1 defeat against Liverpool in March 2009.

Chelsea (22/25) – Arsenal (16/5)

20 April 2022

  • Chelsea are looking to complete their first league double over Arsenal since 2015-16, following their 2-0 victory at the Emirates earlier this season. Go with the match favourites and Chelsea to win @ odds of 22/25!
  • Arsenal won this exact fixture 1-0 last season courtesy of Emile Smith Rowe’s second ever league goal for the club. The Gunners haven’t won back-to-back away league games against Chelsea since September 1997.
  • Arsenal are unbeaten in their last 11 midweek (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday) league meetings with Chelsea (W5 D6), since a 2-1 home loss in December 1974.
  • Chelsea have lost their last two home games in all competitions (1-4 v Brentford, 1-3 v Real Madrid), as many as they had in their previous 27 at Stamford Bridge (W17 D8). The Blues haven’t lost three consecutive home games since November 1993, the third game of which was a 2-0 loss to Arsenal.
  • Chelsea lost 4-1 against Brentford in the Premier League last time out at Stamford Bridge – they’ve not lost consecutivehome London derbies since March/October 1999, with the second game being a 3-2 loss to Arsenal thanks to Kanu’s late hat-trick.
  • Arsenal have lost their last two away league London derbies, going down 2-0 at Brentford and 3-0 at Crystal Palace. They last lost three in a row in April 2017, while they’ve never lost three in a row without scoring a single goal before. Bank on Arsenal to upset the bookies pick with a double chance win or draw @ odds of 19/20!
  • Arsenal have lost each of their last three Premier League games, their third run of three straight league defeats in their three seasons under Mikel Arteta. The Gunners haven’t lost four consecutive league games since March 1995 under Stewart Houston.
  • Timo Werner netted twice in Chelsea’s 6-0 victory against Southampton last time out, having scored just twice in his previous 27 appearances in the Premier League. Only once has the German scored in consecutive Premier League games before, doing so in November 2020.
  • If Mason Mount plays, it will be his 100th Premier League appearance for Chelsea. With 23 goals and 18 assists, he’s been involved in more goals than any other English player in their first 100 Premier League games for the Blues (41).
  • At 37 years and 210 days on the day of this game, Thiago Silva would be the oldest outfield player to ever play for Chelsea in the Premier League. The previous oldest was Graham Rix (37 years 203 days), whose appearance also came against Arsenal in a 2-1 victory in May 1995.

Everton (13/10) – Leicester City (43/20)

20 April 2022

  • Everton have kept just one clean sheet in their 15 Premier League home games against Leicester, a 0-0 draw in January 1999. They’ve gone on to lose just two of these 15 meetings, however (W5 D8).
  • After 13 of the first 18 Premier League meetings between Everton (4 wins) and Leicester (1) finished level, just one of the last 12 between the sides in the competition has been drawn, though that draw was in this exact fixture last season.
  • Everton are looking to win consecutive Premier League games for the first time since September, following their 1-0 win against Manchester United last time out. However, Everton have lost 18 of their last 21 Premier League games in which they’ve conceded at least once (W1 D2). Count on Leicester to score total goals under 2.5 @ odds of 17/20!
  • Everton have earned 79% of their Premier League points in home games this season (22/28), the highest ratio of any side. Only twice have the Toffees earned a higher share of their points in home games across a full league season – 84% in 1936-37 (31/37) and 80% in 1888-89 (16/20).
  • Only three teams – Newcastle (24), Southampton (23) and Leeds (19) – have dropped more points from winning positions this season in the Premier League than Leicester (17), with the Foxes only dropping more points in three seasons in the competition: 21 in 1999-00, 28 in 2003-04 and 20 in 2017-18.
  • Leicester City have lost eight away Premier League matches this season, including six of their last eight on the road in the competition (W1 D1). The Foxes last suffered more than eight defeats in a season in 2017-18 (9). Try your luck with Everton double chance win or draw @ odds of 4/11!
  • Everton manager Frank Lampard hasn’t won any of his three Premier League games against Leicester (D2 L1) – no side has he faced more often without ever winning than the Foxes (also 3 vs Liverpool).
  • Everton striker Richarlison has scored in four of his last six Premier League games against Leicester. The Brazilian has only netted more Premier League goals against Southampton and Wolves (5 each) than he has against the Foxes (4).
  • Leicester’s Kelechi Iheanacho has been involved in four goals in his last four appearances against Everton in all competitions (2 goals, 2 assists). He’s played just 157 minutes across these four games, averaging a goal or assist every 39 minutes against the Toffees in that run.
  • Everton’s Anthony Gordon has been directly involved in five goals (four goals, one assist) in his last six Premier League starts at Goodison Park, while he’s either scored (4) or assisted (1) five of the Toffee’s last seven home goals in the competition.


Newcastle United (13/10) – Crystal Palace (9/4)

20 April 2022

  • Newcastle have lost three of their last six league games against Crystal Palace (W2 D1), as many as they had in their previous 24 against the Eagles (W15 D6).
  • Crystal Palace won this exact fixture 2-1 last season – they’ve never won back-to-back away league games against Newcastle before. Bank on Palace and the outright win @ odds of 9/4!
  • London clubs have lost just one of their last 12 Premier League visits to St James’ Park (W7 D4), with Newcastle beating West Ham 3-2 in April 2021. The Magpies have conceded at least three goals in all four of their home games against London sides so far this term (D1 L3).
  • Crystal Palace’s defeat at Leicester City last time out was their first defeat in six Premier League games (W3 D2). They last lost consecutive league matches in December 2021 (a run of three).
  • Crystal Palace have won just six of their 38 Premier League games played on Wednesdays (16%) – only on Fridays (0 wins from 8 games) do the Eagles have a lower win rate in the competition.
  • Newcastle United have won their last five home Premier League matches, last winning six in a row between January and April 2004 under Sir Bobby Robson. Before this run, the Magpies had won just four of their last 24 games at St James’ Park (D11 L9).
  • Newcastle have won eight of their 13 Premier League matches in 2022 (D2 L3), as many as they won in 42 attempts in 2021 (W8 D13 L21). This year, only Liverpool (32) and Spurs (27) have won more points than the Magpies (26). Can Newcastle net a few goals against Palace? Bank on total goals over 2.5 @ odds 6/5!
  • Newcastle manager Eddie Howe has lost each of his last three Premier League games against Crystal Palace, conceding eight goals in total. He had only lost one of his first seven against the Eagles, conceding nine goals in that run (W2 D4 L1).
  • Newcastle striker Chris Wood has scored three goals in his five home Premier League games against Crystal Palace, including a strike for Burnley at Turf Moor in a 3-3 draw earlier this season
  • Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha has scored 11 goals in 26 Premier League games this season, his joint-best return in a single top-flight campaign (also 11 last season). The Ivorian is looking to score in three consecutive Premier League appearances for the first time since February 2019.

Manchester City (2/11) – Brighton and Hove Albion(16/1)

20 April 2022

  • Man City have never lost a home league game against Brighton (W9 D2) – no side have they ever faced more at home in their league history without ever losing than their 11 against the Seagulls. Run with the league’s favouties and another win for City @ odds of 2/11.
  • Brighton have lost eight of their nine Premier League games against Man City, with the exception being a 3-2 home win last season. They’ve conceded 27 goals in these nine meetings, at an average of three per game.
  • Brighton won 1-0 at Liverpool last season and could become just the third team to win away against the reigning Premier League champions in consecutive seasons after Tottenham (v Leicester in 2016-17 and Chelsea in 2017-18) and Liverpool (v Man Utd in 2000-01 and 2001-02).
  • Man City have failed to win two of their last three Premier League games (D2), having failed to win just two of their previous 18 (W16 D1 L1). The Citizens’ 2-2 draw with Liverpool last time out was the first time they’ve opened the scoring but failed to win in the Premier League this season.
  • Brighton have won just one of their 16 Premier League games on Wednesdays (6.3%), though that victory was away at reigning champions Liverpool last season. Of all teams to have played 10+ games on the day, only Watford (5.3%) and Portsmouth (5%) have a lower win rate than the Seagulls. Try you’re your with Brighton to cause the upset with the double chance win or draw @ odds of 19/5!
  • After a seven-game winless run in the Premier League, Brighton have now won each of their last two. The Seagulls haven’t won three consecutive league games since October 2018 under Chris Hughton.
  • Man City have won each of their last 18 Premier League games on a Wednesday – only Liverpool have had a longer winning run on a specific day of the week (21 on Saturdays between 2018 and 2020).
  • Man City’s Phil Foden has been involved in five goals in his three Premier League starts against Brighton, scoring four and assisting one. The 21-year-old has scored more Premier League goals against the Seagulls than he has any other side in the competition (4).
  • Man City’s Kevin De Bruyne has scored 11 Premier League goals this season. He’s only netted more in 2019-20 (13), while this is the only campaign in which he’s scored more goals than he’s assisted (3 assists). The Belgian is also looking to score in three consecutive league games for the first time since October 2015.
  • Leandro Trossard has scored six Premier League goals for Brighton this season, his best return in a single campaign. The Belgian opened the scoring against Arsenal and netted the Seagulls’ winner against Tottenham in the last two games, with no Brighton player ever scoring in three consecutive Premier League away games before.

Burnley (17/10) – Southampton (33/20)

21 April 2022

  • Burnley have lost just one of their six Premier League home games against Southampton (W3 D2), though it did come in this exact fixture last season (0-1).
  • Following their 1-0 win at Turf Moor last season, Southampton are looking to pick up back-to-back away league wins against Burnley for just the second time, previously doing so in 2006 and 2007 in the Championship.
  • Southampton have lost two of their last three Premier League games against sides in the relegation zone (W1), as many as they had in their previous 14 (W8 D4). However, they’ve not lost consecutive such matches since November 2003.Can Southampton pull a win out the bag? Bank on their double chance win or draw @ odds of 12/25!
  • Southampton haven’t kept a clean sheet in any of their last 13 midweek (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday) Premier League games, shipping 35 goals in total in this run (2.7 per game).
  • Burnley won their last home league game 3-2 against Everton, scoring more goals in that victory than they had in their previous eight at Turf Moor combined (2). The Clarets haven’t won consecutive home league games since December 2020
  • Southampton beat Arsenal 1-0 in their last Premier League game, having conceded 15 goals in their five league games before this (D1 L4). However, Saints have conceded in each of their last 10 away league games (24 goals in total) since a 1-0 win at Watford in October. Can Burnley push their way out of the relegation zone? Take them to score total goals over 2.5 @ odds of 10/11.
  • This will be Burnley’s first home league game without Sean Dyche in charge since October 2012, and a 1-0 Championship victory over Blackpool under caretaker Terry Pashley. The last Burnley manager to lose their first home league game with the club was Brian Laws (vs Chelsea in January 2010).
  • Maxwel Cornet scored and assisted a goal in Burnley’s 3-2 win against Everton, as many goal involvements as he’d registered in his first nine league games at Turf Moor (2 goals).
  • Southampton’s Jan Bednarek has scored four goals in his last 17 Premier League games, more than he had in his first 110 appearances in the competition (3). Three of these strikes have been the first goal of the game, while two of them have proved to be the winning goal in the match.
  • Wout Weghorst scored his second Premier League goal for Burnley in their 1-1 away draw with West Ham, with his other goal also coming away from home against Brighton. He’s scored with two of his four shots in away games but failed with all 12 efforts at goal at Turf Moor in the Premier League.