Premier League Betting Guide for Matchweek 35
Matchweek 35 should provide a high level of entertainment as both the race for the top four and the race to avoid relegation are heating up.
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.
Wolves vs Brighton
Wolves to win -140
Wolves have been the much superior side to Brighton so far this year,as they are 14 points and nine places ahead in the table. Wolves own home-field advantage in this matchup, and they are 8W-3D-5L at home while Brighton are a putrid team away from home, holding a 3-2-11 mark.
Overall, Wolves are the much superior team, and home-field advantage should only increase their chances. It would be very surprising to see Wolves come away with anything less than the full three points this weekend.
Bournemouth vs Fulham
Bournemouth to win -160
A bet in this matchup is mostly a bet against Fulham more so than a bet in favor of Bournemouth. Fulham are the second-worst team in the league this season, carrying a 5-5-24 record with a -44 goal differential.
Away matches have been a particular thorn in Fulham's side this year as they are an astounding 0-2-15 with a -33 goal difference on the road. Bournemouth are a modest 7-5-5 at home, but considering that Fulham have failed to earn even a single away point since mid-December of 2018, it is safe to expect Bournemouth to roll to victory on Saturday.
Huddersfield vs Watford
Watford to win -125
This is another bet more so against Hudderfield than in favor of Watford as Huddersfield are a miserable side this season. Huddersfield are 1-1-19 in their last 21 matches, and they are currently riding a six-game losing streak.
Watford are having a good season as they sit in 10th place with a 13-7-13 record. The Hornets are 5-5-7 in their travels (ninth in the league), so they are a more-than-capable side even away from home.
Any EPL team with a pulse should be expected to earn three points against Huddersfield, and Watford are certainly no pushover.