Premier League Betting 21/22: Matchday 23 Lines, Analysis and Tips

Written By Alex Blowers on January 19, 2022

I can’t believe another game has been postponed. The Premier League accepted Burnley’s application to call off their match against Leicester City, and this could be the first postponed game to be postponed again.

Sean Dyche’s side have five fixtures to make up before May 22nd, and the competition is on the cusp of losing its sporting integrity. I’ll say it again the authorities in charge need to show leadership, draw a line in the sand and only postpone games for extreme circumstances.

You can always hit me up on Twitter @AlexJBlowers for advice, your picks, and thoughts on what’s happening in the world of soccer. If you’re unsure about what markets to bet on this Matchday, you can read on to see my analysis and check out our Premier League Betting Guide.

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Let’s take a look at the 2021-22 Premier League Matchday 19 Betting Lines, Analysis, and Tips.


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Adam Webster’s goal is the final nail in Chelsea’s title bid. Terrible marking allowed the Brighton defender to power in a header unchallenged leaving them 12 points behind Manchester City. That lead could stretch to 15 if they win their game in hand. Our last hope for a title race is Liverpool who could cut City’s lead down to eight points if they win their game in hand.

Chelsea’s season is far from lost and let’s not forget this is Thomas Tuchel’s first full season in charge. They can shift their focus to the Carabao Cup, FIFA Club World Cup, FA Cup, and UEFA Champions League. A cup double and Top 4 finish would be a successful season, and they can regroup in the summer and challenge for the title next season.


Premier League Betting: Matchday 23 Lines, Analysis and Tips

*Odds Taken from DraftKings Wednesday, January 19th, 12:30 PM EST


  • Both Teams To Score (BTTS) YES at -135 is a pretty safe bet for Watford and Norwich’s relegation six-pointer. Both sides have been awful defensively, with The Hornets averaging 1.94 and The Canaries averaging 2.14 goals conceded per game. If you think there’s going to be three or more goals look at Parlaying BTTS YES with Over 2.5 Goals at +115
  • If you believe that history repeats itself you should invest in Everton’s Moneyline at +165. Duncan Ferguson has been appointed as the interim manager for a second time and he inspired The Toffees to a 3-1 win over Chelsea in December 2019 when he took temporary charge.
  • Manchester City -1.5 Goals at -115 on the Spread is tempting. Pep Guardiola’s side are on a domestic 13 game winning streak and seven of those were by two goals or more. Their opponents Southampton have been Jekyll and Hyde with their form all season. With Tottenham and Manchester United up next it looks like The Saints are entering a barren spell.
  • Parlaying BTTS YES and Over 2.5 Goals at -115 is a solid bet for Leeds United vs Newcastle. Eddie Howe has notably improved Newcastle’s attacking play and Marcelo Bielsa’s sides swashbuckling style will lead to goals at both ends of the pitch.


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