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Premier League tips: Matchweek 36 fixtures May 5-8

Matchweek 36 Premier League tips

FootyOn writers pick out matchweek 36 Premier League tips for each fixture across May 5-8.

All 20 top-flight teams are in action this weekend, from Friday until Monday, with some tasty tussles too.

Crunch clashes include Arsenal v Man Utd and Liverpool v Southampton on Sunday, while West Ham United and Tottenham duel in a London derby on FNF.

Read on for our matchweek 36 Premier League tips…

Friday

LIVE on Sky Sports 1: West Ham United v Tottenham (20:00)

Spurs are one of the in-form teams across the whole continent, after winning their last nine PL matches. Their main striker Kane has scored 27 this season in all competitions, and has two braces to his name against the Hammers in the last two campaigns.

Chosen bet: Kane to score 2+
Best price: 7/2 with betway

Saturday

LIVE on Sky Sports 1: Manchester City v Crystal Palace (12:30)

The Eagles have taken points off the likes of Chelsea, Arsenal, Liverpool and Leicester City in the last month or so, and can they do it again against Man City? Having lost their last five against them, it would suggest they won’t.

Chosen bet: Man City to win and both teams to score
Best price: 13/10 with BetVictor

Man City feature in our Matchweek 36 Premier League tips.

Bournemouth v Stoke City (15:00)

The Cherries’ recent form, of just two losses in their last nine, means they are now above Stoke in the table in 10th by two places – although only one point separates them. They also beat the Potters 1-0 in the reverse fixture this term.

Chosen bet: Bournemouth to win
Best price: 6/5 with BetVictor

Burnley v West Bromwich Albion (15:00)

Despite losing their last four matches, the Baggies are still somehow eighth in the table, and will be keen to end their run. They smashed the Clarets for four earlier this season, and can claim another point against them at Turf Moor.

Chosen bet: Draw
Best price: 23/10 with Paddy Power

Hull City v Sunderland (15:00)

Hull have a great chance to put further pressure on Swansea, who play in the Saturday evening fixture, by beating already relegated Sunderland. It’ll no doubt be a nervy affair, though, so back the Tigers just to edge the Black Cats.

Chosen bet: Hull to win by 1 goal
Best price: 5/2 with Sky Bet

Leicester City v Watford (15:00)

Both teams are now on the unofficial safety points mark of 40, so have little to play for except to finish in the top half. Jamie Vardy is on a decent scoring run of seven in his last nine PL matches, and netted against Watford in this fixture last term.

Chosen bet: Vardy to score anytime
Best price: 11/10 with Paddy Power

LIVE on BT Sport 1: Swansea City v Everton (17:30)

As mentioned above, the Swans will likely need a win to stay in with a chance of staying up, being two points off Hull and safety. Gylfi Sigurdsson has been their hero on many occasions over the years, and got an equaliser against Man Utd last time out, while has also netted in the last two meetings with Everton.

Chosen bet: Sigurdsson to score anytime
Best price: 23/10 with Paddy Power

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Sunday

LIVE on Sky Sports 1: Liverpool v Southampton (13:30)

The Saints have become Liverpool’s bogey club in the last two seasons, losing to them just once in six duels. Southampton beat the Reds at Anfield this year in the EFL Cup, and drew them in this fixture last campaign.

Chosen bet: Draw
Best price: 3/1 with Sky Bet

LIVE on Sky Sports 1: Arsenal v Manchester United (16:00)

Arsenal v Man Utd is always a huge affair, but for the first time in the Premier League era both teams could finish outside of the top four. The Red Devils are now a club record 25 matches unbeaten, and could the Gunners finally get revenge on them all those years ago when going for 50 in a row? Unlikely.

Chosen bet: Man Utd to win
Best price: 3/1 with BetVictor

Monday

LIVE on Sky Sports 1: Chelsea v Middlesbrough (20:00)

Boro put in a fine performance last time out to draw 2-2 with Man City, and will give it their all at Stamford Bridge too as they aim to somehow beat the drop. This really could be a goalfest, though perhaps not in favour of the visitors.

Chosen bet: Total match goals over 3.5
Best price: 5/4 with Paddy Power

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