Matchweek 34 Premier League tips
FootyOn writers pick out matchweek 34 Premier League tips for each fixture across April 22-23.
Just 12 of the 20 teams feature in the top-flight across the weekend, with the FA Cup semi-finals preventing Chelsea, Tottenham, Arsenal and Manchester City from taking part.
But the likes of Manchester United, Liverpool and Everton still feature.
So, read on for our matchweek 34 Premier League tips…
Bournemouth v Middlesbrough (15:00)
Just three places separate these teams, but the difference is that the Cherries are seven points clear of the drop zone while Boro are six from safety. A win for the visitors, who have a game in hand, will massively help, but a draw looks the likeliest result.
Chosen bet: Draw
Best price: 13/5 with Sky Bet
Hull City v Watford (15:00)
The Hornets are now all-but assured of PL safety, after edging Swansea City 1-0 last time out. They’ve also beaten Hull, who have lost their last two, by that scoreline in their last two meetings.
Chosen bet: Watford to win to nil
Best price: 7/1 with BetVictor
Swansea City v Stoke City (15:00)
Stoke ended a run of four straight defeats after beating Hull last time out, but can the 18th placed Swans now end their own woeful spell of six matches without a win?
Chosen bet: Swansea to win
Best price: 5/4 with betway
West Ham United v Everton (15:00)
Any odds-against price for Romelu Lukaku to score anytime is worth snapping up. He currently leads the PL scoring charts with 24, and will look to celebrate being named on the PFA Player of the Year shortlist and in the Team of the Year.
Chosen bet: Lukaku to score anytime
Best price: 11/10 with Paddy Power
LIVE on Sky Sports 1: Burnley v Manchester United (14:15)
Man Utd can really afford no more slip-ups in the Premier League, if they want to finish in the top four. Burnley have caused the Red Devils problems in recent years, but the visitors should be able to edge them on this occasion.
Chosen bet: Man Utd to win by 1 goal
Best price: 5/2 with Sky Bet
LIVE on Sky Sports 1: Liverpool v Crystal Palace (16:30)
Palace really have become a bogey team for Liverpool in the last decade too, including their famous 3-3 comeback draw to help dent the Reds’ title hopes in 2013/14. Both teams have scored in each of their last nine meetings.
Chosen bet: Score draw
Best price: 19/4 with BetVictor