In just a few short weeks the football season will be over. What will we do? Wash the car? Cut the grass? Even go shopping with the missus, heaven forbid! Let’s enjoy it while we still can, there’s still plenty of football action left before we even need to think about doing anything else with our spare time. What do we have on offer this weekend then? Here’s Saturday’s Premier League offerings….
Southampton v Hull City match preview and betting tips
Hull City are looking stronger than they have for most of the season. The appointment of Marco Silva appears to have worked wonders but let’s not get too carried away, there is still much work to be done. The Tigers can start by putting Southampton to the sword this weekend. It will be no easy task but they should just about manage it.
Sunderland v Bournemouth match preview and betting tips
Sunderland can mathematically mount a ‘great escape’ and remain in the Premier League. They won’t though and defeat to Bournemouth on Saturday afternoon will be the final nail in the coffin for the Black Cats as they wave goodbye to what has been an unmitigated disaster of a campaign.
Stoke City v West Ham United match preview and betting tips
We’re not expecting fireworks in the Potteries when these two sides go head-to-head at the Bet365 Stadium on Saturday afternoon. Stoke City will finish the season in a mid-table position and so will West Ham United. That will be the height of their achievements this season although it is better than many people expected. Back a bore draw this weekend.
West Bromwich Albion v Leicester City match preview and betting tips
West Bromwich Albion are enjoying the high-life at the moment. They have been struggling of late but remain eighth in the Premier League, however can they return to winning ways against Leicester City this weekend? The answer is ‘no’, although we don’t expect the Foxes to steal the three points either.
Crystal Palace v Burnley match preview and betting tips
Sam Allardyce’s appointment at Selhurst Park has had the desired effect of lifting Crystal Palace to heights undreamed of just a few short weeks ago. With the Eagles effectively safe from relegation, we predict that they will bounce back from their weekend defeat to Spurs by bagging all three points at the expense of Burnley on Saturday afternoon.