Four midweek football games, four sets of betting tips; and every single match has some added sports betting interest.
The race for Europe and the bid to beat the drop is reaching a thrilling climax.
Brighton & Hove Albion vs Tottenham Hotspur (April 18, 02:45 GMT+8)
In the race for a coveted top-four spot, the declining fortunes of Chelsea have given wriggle room to those directly above them.
Spurs are one of the beneficiaries, although the North London club will rightly argue they would finish ahead of the reigning champions anyway.
With an FA Cup semi-final against Manchester United just days away, chances are Mauricio Pochettino would rest a few key men in this one as some players may have one eye on the cup tie anyway.
In contrast, Brighton, managed by former Spurs favourite Chris Hughton, desperately need the points.
I think it will be closely contested and my 🌟🌟 bet is Total Goal 2-3 @ 1.98.
Bournemouth vs Manchester United (April 19, 02:45 GMT+8)
Likewise, this match may not be a priority for United as they prepare for the last four tie.
They will have 24 hours fewer to prepare than Spurs, something which can be crucial at this stage of the season.
The Cherries would love another scalp after already stunning Arsenal and Chelsea this season.
Again, I think it will be a tight encounter, so my 🌟🌟 prediction is Total Goal 2-3 @ 1.96.
Burnley vs Chelsea (April 20, 02:45 GMT+8)
Burnley are tantalisingly close to Europe.
Victory against the outgoing champions would cap off an impressive season for the Clarets.
For Sean Dyche, arguably the boss who should claim the manager of the year gong, qualifying for European football would be a ‘badge of honour’.
It would also mark their first foray into European competition since they reached the quarter-finals of the former Fairs Cup (before it became the UEFA Cup).
Chelsea will be in Europe next season, but it may not be the Champions League that the free-spending Antonio Conte and owners crave.
The difference in recent months between Dyche and Conte’s body language speaks volumes.
I do think this will be a draw, so my 🌟🌟 plump is for a 1X2 draw @ 3.35. However, I’m hedging my bets and also going for a 🌟 tip on Burnley Asian Handicap +0.25 @ 2.40.
Leicester vs Southampton (April 20, 02:45 GMT+8)
Does Mark Hughes rest players for the FA Cup semi-final less than 72 hours after this or does he go all out in the bid to survive?
It has to be the latter from a financial point of view, although the romantic will say a day out at Wembley should take priority.
Only problem is, the FA have devalued the opportunity by staging the semi-finals as well as the final at the national stadium.
In all honesty, the Saints would have been disconsolate after losing to Chelsea at the weekend after being 2-0 up.
Leicester are still vying for a European place, however aspirational, so they will be fired up too.
They should edge it, though the Saints may pull a surprise out of the hat.
My 🌟 tip is Leicester First Half 1X2 @ 2.93 with a 🌟🌟 bet on 1X2 draw @ 3.25.
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