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Premier League Preview: Week 17


Premier League Fixtures | Week 17 | Bet on Brazil

After being treated to a full Premier League fixture list during midweek, the teams have a quick turn around and are back in action this weekend. Manchester City host Arsenal in a race for the title clash, whilst Liverpool head to Goodison Park for their local derby on Monday night. See the full fixture list below;

Saturday 17 December

Crystal Palace vs Chelsea (12.30, Sky Sports)
Middlesbrough vs Swansea
Stoke vs Leicester
Sunderland vs Watford
West Ham vs Hull City
West Brom vs Manchester United (17.30, BT Sports)

Sunday 18 December

Bournemouth vs Southampton (13.30, Sky Sports)
Manchester City vs Arsenal (16.00, Sky Sports)
Tottenham vs Burnley

Monday 19 December

Everton vs Liverpool (20.00, Sky Sports)


Chelsea made it ten wins in a row on Wednesday night as they edged past Sunderland with a 1-0 victory. Fabregas got the only goal in the game whilst Courtois pulled off a big save towards to the end of the game to ensure Chelsea left with all three points. Chelsea are now six points clear at the top of the table and don’t look as if they are going to drop off anytime soon. They will be expecting another three points at the weekend.

Manchester United have started to grind out wins in the league. Their midweek game against Crystal Palace was somewhat overshadowed by some dubious referee decisions, however they managed to scrape the three points with goals from Pogba and Ibrahimovic. They face another tricky away opponent in West Brom, thought they will be looking to get some momentum going through the festive period.

Manchester City and Liverpool both got back to winning ways after having a couple of bumpy results. Man City managed to get maximum points against Watford after losing successive games in the Premier League. Liverpool also hadn’t won for two games, but were back to winning ways with a 3-0 victory against Middlesbrough.

Everton and Arsenal clashed in midweek at Goodison Park. Arsenal took the lead in the first half through an Alexis Sanchez free kick. However, Coleman cancelled out Arsenal’s lead with a first half equaliser. Both sides fought to get the lead in the second half, but it was Everton who came out on top with a late Ashley Williams win. Everton will be looking to take this performance through to the Merseyside Derby on Monday, whilst Arsenal will have to up their game to take anything from the Etihad.

Bet on Brazil Saturday Price Boosts

  • Eden Hazard and Pedro both to score @ 6/1
  • Chelsea to win and over 4.5 goals in the game @ 5/1
  • Benteke to score a header @ 11/2
  • West Brom vs Man Utd: An own goal to be scored @ 8/1
  • Ibrahimovic and Mata both to score @ 15/2
  • West Brom vs Man Utd: A red card to be shown @ 4/1

Bet on Brazil Sunday Price Boosts

  • Southampton, Man City and Tottenham all to win @ 6/1
  • Man City vs Arsenal: A red card to be shown @ 4/1
  • Iheanacho and Sanchez both to score @ 11/2
  • Man City vs Arsenal: Both teams to score and over 4.5 goals in the game @ 9/2

Bet on Brazil Monday Price Boosts

  • Everton vs Liverpool: A red card to be shown @ 7/2
  • Lukaku and Origi both to score @ 15/2
  • Liverpool to score 2+ goals in the first half @ 5/1


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