Premier League Betting Guide for Matchweek 30

Tottenham will look to snap their streak of three straight league games without a victory when they matchup with Southampton this weekend.

Matchweek 30 provides crucial games for Cardiff and Southampton that could determine which sides get relegated at the end of 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 cancheck here to see their most updated numbers.

Southampton vs Tottenham

Tottenham to win -120

Southampton have been unable to handle the top 6 sides in the EPL so far this season, posting a 1W-2D-7L record against such opponents. This equates to only a 30% win/draw percentage against the top sides in the league.

Tottenham are 34 points ahead of Southampton in the table, so they are clearly the much superior side in this matchup. Spurs also boast the best away record in the league at 11-0-4, so being away from home should not be a hindrance in their pursuit of three points against Saints.

Crystal Palace vs Brighton

Brighton +1 (no push) +100

Crystal Palace are only three points ahead of Brighton, and the Seagulls have a game in hand, so there is hardly anything separating these two sides in the standings.

Palace are favored due to their homefield advantage, but they have performed subpar at home this season, earning only 3 wins and 13 points over 14 matches (21.4% winning percentage).

Brighton have been poor away at 2-2-10, but five of those losses came by only a single goal, so they may be a slightly better away side than their record suggests. Brighton should be able to earn at least one point from this match.

Cardiff vs West Ham

Cardiff +1 (no push) -150

Cardiff are 5-2-8 in their home matches this season, equating to an average of 1.13 points per home game. On the flip side, West Ham are 4-3-7 in away matches, equating to an average of 1.07 points per away game.

Overall, Cardiff’s home form is roughly equivalent to West Ham’s away form, so they should be able to muster up at least a draw on their home turf this weekend.