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Premier League: Matchday 31 Accumulator Tips & Predictions

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We’ve got another cracking set of midweek Premier League fixtures as the title race intensifies at one end and the battle for survival reaches a crescendo at the other.

We’ve previewed matchday 31’s fixtures, picking out some of our best betting tips based on the latest football odds.

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Newcastle to beat Everton – 2.03

Newcastle completed one of the comebacks of the season last weekend, coming from 3-1 down to win 4-3 with three goals in the last 15 minutes.

St. James’ Park was rocking and it’s sure to be another fiery atmosphere under the lights as they welcome the Toffees to the North East.

Everton arrive having lost three on the bounce. They are without a win in nine in all competitions, with Sean Dyche’s side winning just once in 14 games since Christmas.

The visitors have also lost five and drawn three of their last eight away games, with relegation still a looming possibility.

Bournemouth vs Crystal Palace: Both teams to score – 1.63

Bournemouth have established a reputation as one of the most exciting Premier League outfits to watch.

They prepare to host Crystal Palace having won three and drawn one of their previous four matches, with 16 goals going in across those games.

The Cherries have scored in eight of their last nine league games with Manchester City and Liverpool the only teams to stop them in 2024.

Palace have also found some form in front of goal since the arrival of Oliver Glasner. The Eagles have scored in eight straight league games following the 5-0 defeat at the Emirates.

West Ham vs Tottenham: 1X – 1.78 

We like the look of the double chance market for this London derby.

West Ham impressed for 70 minutes, leading 3-1 against Newcastle before crumbling under the pressure.

That defeat was only their second in seven matches. The Hammers have also lost just once at home in 15 games.

Spurs have won just one of their last five away from home and have typically struggled in East London.

In their last three trips to West Ham, Tottenham have picked up just one point, losing the other two games.

Liverpool vs Sheffield United: Over 3.5 goals – 1.49

This Thursday night cracker screams goals galore.

Since the turn of the year, Liverpool have scored three or more goals on 10 occasions, including scoring 4 five times, 5 twice, and 6 once.

They have also conceded in 12 of their last 15 matches in all competitions.

Sheffield United have shipped an outstanding 77 goals in 29 games, the worst defensive record in the league.

That includes conceding 3+ goals in six of their 11 matches in 2024. However, they have also started finding the net at the other end, and head to Anfield having scored five in two games, including putting three past Fulham in a six-goal thriller at the weekend.

*Odds subject to change.

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