Premier League Matchday 36 Betting Lines Part 1: Man U’s Crazy 48 Hours

Posted By Alex Blowers on May 10, 2021

This week, we have five Premier League games due to Chelsea and Leicester City’s FA Cup Final clash this weekend and three rearranged fixtures from previous Matchdays.

Hit me up on Twitter @RegistaPicks with your thoughts, who you support, and picks for the week.

WEST BROM RELEGATED

West Brom’s relegation was confirmed on Sunday after they lost to Arsenal 3-1. I questioned the board’s decision to sack Slaven Bilić back in mid-December, and one of my concerns was who they would appoint to manage them next season if they went down. I’m confident Sam Allardyce will walk away because he sees himself as too good for the Championship, even though he has done very little to improve The Baggies since taking over. The club will struggle to find a replacement as good as Bilić.

This is the second relegation in Allardyce’s career after going down with Notts County in 1997/98. This one will really hurt his ego as he loves to paint himself as a gun for hire, Premier League relegation survival expert. Clubs in crisis can dial 1-800-RELEGATION to speak to his agent. High Call volume expected from early September and onwards.

Here are the 2020-21 Premier League Matchday 36 Part 1 Betting Lines.

PREMIER LEAGUE MATCHDAY 36 PART 1 BETTING LINES

ODDS & ENDS

  • I like Liverpool’s Money Line at +115. Jurgen Klopp’s side have everything to play for, and this is Manchester United’s fourth game in eight days.
  • Back Chelsea to Win to Nil at +165. I also think there’s good value putting some money behind Halftime: Draw / Fulltime: Chelsea at +360
  • Everton are great value at +175 to beat Aston Villa, who are still without Jack Grealish.

WHERE TO BET THE PREMIER LEAGUE IN THE US

In the US, you can legally bet on soccer in New Jersey, Indiana, and Pennsylvania.

For New Jersey, we recommend DraftKings Sportsbook NJ or FanDuel Sportsbook.

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