Premier League Betting Guide for Matchweek 37
Matchweek 37 should prove to be exciting, as the title, champions league and relegation are all still up in the air.
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.
Bournemouth vs Tottenham
Bournemouth +1 (no push) -110
Bournemouth have not had a great season, but they have proven to be a good side on their home pitch. The Cherries are 7W-5D-6L with a +4 goal difference at home this season, which is good for a 67% win/draw rate.
Conversely, Spurs started off this season playing well away from home, but they have started to struggle as of late. Tottenham have lost their last five away games in league play, including losses to bottom half teams in Burnley and Southampton. In addition, Spurs are managing a heavy workload as this matchup is sandwiched between two crucial midweek Champions League matches against Ajax.
Given Bournemouth's overall success at home and Tottenham's recent struggles, it seems likely that the Cherries muster up at least a draw from this matchup.
Everton vs Burnley
Burnley +1 (no push) +145
Everton have been a good home side this season, sporting a 9-4-5 mark at Goodison Park, but even so, this is only good for a 50% win rate in home matches. On the flip side, Burnley are 4-5-9 in away matches, which is good for a 50% win/draw rate.
The home/away splits would indicate that an Everton win should be a pick'em, but we can still get +145 odds for a Burnley win/draw on FanDuel. Burnley +1 is a good value play, especially considering that they are 3-1-1 in their last five league matches, with the one loss coming in the form of a hard-fought 1-0 defeat to Manchester City.
Wolves vs Fulham
Wolves to win -230
Fulham are in the midst of a shocking three-match winning streak after having won only four of their previous 33 league games. However, it is still difficult to ignore Fulham's abysmal overall away record of 1-2-15, which is good for only a 17% win/draw rate. Fulham's only positive results away from home have come against Newcastle, Bournemouth and Brighton -- all of whom are at least 12 points behind Wolves in the table.
At -230, Wolves' implied odds to win are 70%, and given Fulham's road struggles, there could be a betting edge here despite Wolves being a sizable favorite.