After getting depantsed and spanked by Bayern Munich, how will Chelsea respond on the road against Bournemouth?
Manchester United can really qualify for the UCL this season? Really? They can make a strong statement by grabbing 3 points at Everton.
Tottenham and Wolves are both competing for that final UCL spot (or the Europa League as a back-up). They face each other in Sunday’s major match-up.
Premier League matchday 28 lines
|Friday, February 28th|
|Norwich +340||Draw +310||Leicester -136|
|Saturday, February 29th|
|Brighton +106||Draw +220||Crystal Palace +295|
|Bournemouth +380||Draw +275||Chelsea -136|
|Newcastle +163||Draw +210||Burnley +195|
|West Ham +165||Draw +250||Southampton +160|
|Watford +700||Draw +380||Liverpool -245|
|Sunday, March 1st|
|Everton +160||Draw +225||Manchester United +180|
|Tottenham +145||Draw +215||Wolves +215|
Odds & Ends
- This feels like a week that we’ll see a lot of ties. Newcastle vs Burnley and Brighton vs Palace particularly scream out 1-1.
- After disappointing showings at Norwich and Atleti, and a major scare at home against West Ham, expect Liverpool to pound Watford. Klopp will have the lads ready to go and revved up.
- Now that Manchester United have climbed back into the UCL qualification equation, expect them to slip up away at Everton. A last minute 3-2 loss seems about right.
- Remember when we said this feels like a week where we’ll see a lot of draw? Spurs 1, Wolves 1.