Premier League Betting Guide for Matchweek 25

Manchester United's winning streak finally came to an end last week but will they be able to get back to their winning ways against Leicester?

Matchweek 25 provides some great matchups as the Champions League race and the race to avoid relegation are beginning to heat up, with only 14 games left in the season.

Using FanDuel Sportsbook as the source for lines, let's take a look at some bets you should zero in on this week.

Please note that lines are subject to change after this article is published, which impacts betting advice. All betting lines were taken from Paddy Power, and you can check here to see their most updated numbers.

Crystal Palace vs Fulham

Crystal Palace to win +100

Crystal Palace only have six wins this season, but they have taken advantage of their opportunities against the bottom teams in the league. Palace own a 3-1-0 record against the bottom four teams and they have not conceded a single goal in any of those matches.

Fulham are the worst road team in the EPL at 0-2-10 with an atrocious -22 goal difference. Palace’s success against bottom teams matched up with Fulham’s incompetence on the road should be a recipe for a win for Roy Hodgson’s Eagles.

Leicester vs Manchester United

Manchester United to win +105

Manchester United have been setting the world on fire since the firing of Jose Mourinho, winning six consecutive league games before drawing against Burnley on Tuesday. Even in the draw to Burnley, United dominated most of the game, outshooting Burnley 28-6 while holding 75% possession.

United have been better away this season (20 points in 12 matches) than Leicester have been at home (14 points in 11 matches), so home field advantage may not be enough for Leicester to pull out a result. Even after a draw last week, United seem to have turned the corner and should be able to earn three points in this match.

Everton vs Wolves

Wolves +1 (no push) -165

After a strong run in October and November, Everton has hit a major skid. They have a 3-2-6 record since the start of December, giving them only a 27% win rate in that span. Surprisingly they’ve been even worse at home during this stretch with a 1-2-2 record (20% win rate).

On the flip side, Wolves have been a respectable side away from home this season at 4-3-4 (64% win/draw rate) and they have a 6-1-3 record since the start of December. Wolves are in better form than Everton at the moment and they should be able to earn at least one point this weekend.