Premier League Betting Guide for Matchweek 34

Arsenal are in an intense battle for the final Champions League spot. Will they be able to a win on the road versus an in-form Watford side?

Matchweek 34 provides several exciting matchups as the end of the season is beginning to draw near.

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.

Fulham vs Everton

Fulham +1 (no push) +105

Everton are clearly the superior side to Fulham as they rank 10 places higher in the table, but home-field advantage may prove to be more than enough to propel recently relegated Fulham into a positive result.

Fulham own a 4W-3D-9L home record, which is good enough for a 44% win/draw rate, and this number improves all the way to 70% when you take out their home matches against the top-six teams in the league. On the flip side, Everton are only 5-3-8 (31% win rate) in their travels, so most of their success has come at home this season.

There aren't many spots where we want to bet on Fulham, but at home against non-big-six sides is one of the few exceptions.

Leicester vs Newcastle

Newcastle +1 (no push) +120

Leicester City are currently seventh in the table and they are holding a 7-2-7 home record (44% win rate). The Foxes have performed almost identically on the road. at 7-3-7, so their overall success this season can be more attributed to their above-average away performances rather than their subpar home ones.

Newcastle are not world beaters away from home by any means, but they do a good enough job avoiding losses, holding a 2-7-7 away record. This is good for a 56% win/draw rate, so they should stand a good chance to earn at least one point in the match at Leicester this weekend.

Watford vs Arsenal

Watford +1 (no push) -140

Arsenal are an average team, at best, away from home, sporting a 5-4-6 road mark (33% win rate), and they have struggled even worse in recent away matches. The Gunners have dropped points in eight out of their last nine road matches, with the only win during that span coming in a 2-1 victory at lowly Huddersfield.

Unai Emery's side will be going up against a Watford team that is very good on their home soil, carrying a 8-2-5 (53% win rate and 67% win/draw rate) mark at Vicarage Road. Watford would be disappointed with anything less than one point from this match, and they may even fancy themselves to take the full three points.