Other Football Tips Butchers Best Premier League Bets Sunday 24th May

Butchers Best Premier League Bets Sunday 24th May

Aston Villa v Burnley

3/10 Under 2.5 goals 1.95

Aston Villa got absolutely thrashed last weekend away at Southampton but they are now safe from relegation, with last week’s embarrassing result in mind, i expect Villa to be concentrating on keeping things tighter this week, and . There is nothing to play for, for either side.

Burnley have three clean sheets in their last seven games and can keep things tight. With nothing to play for last week either, Burnley held tight at home to Stoke, to show they are not wavering from their water tight plan.
Benteke may have 11 goals in 10 games but I am backing this to be tighter than many think. Plus, Villa may look to rest some players with the FA Cup final next week, and even if they don’t the players will have this on their minds, so I am not expecting a rampaging game.

Everton v Tottenham

2/10 Under 2.5 goals 2.30

For starters Harry Kane has stopped scoring with one goals in seven, which rules out the majority of Spurs goals. Eriksen who is also expect to contribute, hasn’t with just one goal in 14 games! Everton at home keep things very tight recently with four cleans sheets in five.

Arsenal v West Brom

2/10 Under 2.5 goals 2.38

West Brom and Tony Pulis are always looking for defence rather than attack and I expect this tie to be no different. Arsenal will likely rest some of their talent with next weekend’s FA Cup final in mind, which will even up matters somewhat here at the Emirates, against a side with four clean sheets in their last five games. Arsenal have failed to score in their last three home games which is incredible.

Hull v Man Utd

2/10 Hull +0.5AH 1.70

Hull absolutely need a win here to give them a chance of survival. They need three points and hope Newcastle fail to beat West Ham to secure their status in the Premier League. Manchester United are out of form with just one win and three goals in their last five games and if you like a conspiracy theory, perhaps United would like to give their old pal Steve Bruce a favour.