Premier League Matchday 34 Betting Lines

Posted By High Press 10 on April 8, 2019 - Last Updated on April 10, 2019

Premier League Matchday 34 is full of high stakes fixtures. Liverpool and Manchester City have challenging match-ups. And save for Tottenham, none of the four teams vying for the remaining two UCL spots have cakewalks.

Every game matters this weekend. Here’s how the oddsmakers see them.

Matchday 34 Betting Lines Preview

As always, home team is listed first. If you need a refresher, visit how to bet soccer or Premier League betting.

All listed odds from April 08 on BetStars NJ. Also view odds at FanDuel Sportsbook NJ and DraftKings Sportsbook.

Leicester City -137Draw +270Newcastle United +400
Tottenham -650Draw +650Huddersfield +1800
Brighton Hove +130Draw +230Bournemouth +215
Burnley -105Draw +235Cardiff +320
Fulham +340Draw +275Everton -125
Southampton +160Draw +210Wolves +190
Manchester United -225Draw +370West Ham +650
Crystal Palace +900Draw +425Manchester City -333
Liverpool -162Draw +300Chelsea +425
Watford +225Draw +260Arsenal +115

Odds & Ends

  • Have you seen the Premier League table? Spots 3-6 are tightly bunched af. Chelsea (66 pts, 23 gd), Tottenham (64 pts, 26 gd), Arsenal (63 pts, 25 gd), and Manchester United (61 pts, 18 gd) are separated by razor thin margins. Chelsea have played one more game, but are three clear of fifth place Arsenal, but still have to play Liverpool (this week), Manchester United, and FA Cup finals participant TURN DOWN FOR WATFORD. Regardless, FiveThirtyEight give them a 52% chance of UCL qualification. Arsenal is at 50%. Man U is bringing up the rear at 19%.
  • Liverpool are unbeaten at home since since The Beatles played the Cavern Club (seriously look it up). They’re surprisingly short home favorites at -162 given their fortressing of Anfield and ability to repeatedly pull last minute horseshoes from their rear.
  • Last week, we called the Wolves – Manchester United game as a potential value play, saying the Red Devils may be due for an emotional letdown after the hiring of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. This week United is somewhat reeling. Look at the West Ham draw or outright numbers there.
  • Finally, Wolverhampton is a weekly (and gamely) roller-coaster. Southampton is in decent form. That +160 for the Saints at home is worth a longer look.
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