Seven is the magic number for Jose Mourinho and Manchester United as they aim to secure the runners-up spot in their remaining Premier League football games.
However, online betting heavyweights Liverpool and Tottenham are within striking distance and will be ready to pounce when and if the Red Devils slip-up.
Liverpool vs Stoke City (April 28, 19:30 GMT+8)
Anfield is overflowing with so much positivity right now after Liverpool beat Roma in a live betting spectacle in the Champions League semi-final. That means it’s a bad time for Stoke to visit, especially with their survival hopes hanging in the balance.
It’s always difficult to beat a team that has no other choice but to win, though it should be noted that Stoke have never won a top-flight league game at Liverpool. Not to mention that the Potters are winless in their last 12 away matches.
And really, who could stop Mo Salah who will break the record for most goals scored in a 38-game season if he scores?
I see a one-sided affair here, so go for Liverpool Asian Handicap -1.50 @ 1.94 for a 🌟🌟🌟 bet.
Manchester United vs Arsenal (April 29, 23:30 GMT+8)
Arsenal might want to give Arsene Wenger a proper send-off by winning their remaining matches, but that will be a tall order as they now face a Manchester United team that is prioritising finishing second more than the FA Cup.
United beat the Gunners the first time they met this season and could complete a league double against them for the first time in six years. It should help United that Arsenal will have little time to rest as Wenger’s side have a Europa League game against Atletico Madrid just two days before their scheduled meeting.
Just like their previous fight, there should be goals—and plenty of it—here. Hence, I suggest a 🌟🌟 bet on goals Over 2.75 @ 1.93.
Tottenham Hotspur vs Watford (May 01, 03:00 GMT+8)
Fresh from their FA Cup semis defeat, the Spurs will be raring to bounce back and ensure their automatic Champions League qualification, at the least.
Watford, winless in their last six (four defeats, two draws), don’t pose much of a challenge. Not with Harry Kane and Christian Eriksen in fine form for the Spurs.
Kane has his eyes set on the Golden Boot and will undoubtedly look to score. Meanwhile, Eriksen has been on a tear, scoring five and turning provider three times in their last seven games in all competitions.
I expect the two to lead the Spurs’ charge against the struggling Hornets, and I’m backing them to have a hot start and beat a First Half Asian Handicap -1.00 @ 2.07 for another 🌟 bet.
A short explanation on how our (🌟) bets are worth:
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