FanDuel Premier League Match to Target in Matchweek 28
With only four Premier League matches taking place this weekend and a small three-game slate on FanDuel, there will only be one match to focus on this week. All three games on the slate have a 2.5-goal over/under.
All matches take place at 10:00 AM EST on Saturday. Bournemouth will host West Ham and hope to get their first home win against a team from London. West Brom is looking for their fourth consecutive clean sheet away at Everton. Tony Pulis, the West Brom manager, will be presiding over his 300th Premier League game.
With the most value available across the pitch, the focus is on the match at KCOM Stadium.
Hull City vs. Swansea City
Of the three matches being played on Saturday, this one may hold the most importance. Swansea and Hull are both still in danger of relegation with the Tigers badly in need of a win. Hull are four points from safety and six points behind Swansea.
There have been more than 2.5 goals scored in 14 of Swansea's last 15 Premier League games. However, Hull does have a good home record against Swansea. If you buy into trends, there is plenty of value with Hull's defense given their lengthy injury list. Andrew Robinson, who is in line to start at left back, is one such value option at just $5,700.
Hull will hope that being at home can help them find three points as they are without a win in their last three matches. Meanwhile, Swansea has won three of their last five with the losses coming to Manchester City and Chelsea.
Gylfi Sigurdsson and Fernando Llorente have led the offensive charge, so it is no surprise that they are the two most expensive players in this match. Luciano Narsingh is likely to start alongside those two in an attacking formation and is only $4,700.
Jefferson Montero and Ki Sung-Yueng have both returned to full training for Swansea, but they may be limited to the substitution bench. They are both less than $5,000 if you are wanting to take a gamble.
The attack on the other side is led by Kamil Grosicki. He has averaged just 10 points FanDuel points per match in four games with Hull, but he has created more chances, sent in more crosses, and had more shots than any of his teammates. Oumar Niasse should be the target of several of his crosses in this match against Swansea.
These two teams have conceded the most goals in the last 30 minutes of matches across the league. Hull has given up 28 goals, one more than Swansea. If that stat holds true, focusing on this game could allow you to climb the leaderboard at the end.
Good luck on the small slate this weekend. The main Saturday contest on March 18th should return to a more standard six-game contest.