Both Teams To Score (BTTS) Tips – 21st May 2017

The Premier League season writes its final stanza this weekend with nearly everything already decided. The only excitement of any note takes place around the top four with Arsenal looking to overhaul Liverpool and guarantee Champions League football.

However, with so little to play for, we could well see more entertaining games such as Chelsea’s 4-3 win over Watford. This should hopefully mean that we get plenty of goals on the final weekend – and hence some winning both teams to score bets!

Sunday 21st May 2017

  • Arsenal v Everton (19/20 with Bet365) – Alexis Sanchez has been dragging Arsenal forwards in recent weeks and they always stand a chance of hitting the back of the net with him in the side. However, Everton have looked good this season and you wouldn’t bet against them scoring here, especially with Romelu Lukaku in the side.
  • Leicester City v Bournemouth (3/4 with Betfair) – Leicester City have been much improved since Craig Shakespeare took charge of the club and we’re backing his side to win this clash on Sunday. That said, Bournemouth travel in good form lately having managed to win three of their last four league matches and this could be an entertaining match.
  • Hull City v Tottenham Hotspur (4/5 with Bet365) – Spurs have the best defence in the league but we think they’ll ship a goal or two to already relegated Hull. This time last season they lost 5-0 to Newcastle and both keepers could be kept busy in this one as Spurs look to go out with their heads held high.
  • Manchester United v Crystal Palace (8/11 with Betfred) – Manchester United will play a much changed side this weekend given they have a Europa League final on the horizon. That should mean Palace get plenty of chances, but even so we still can’t see the visitors keeping a clean sheet.
  • Burnley v West Ham (3/4 with Betfair) – Burnley are a well drilled side but you wonder whether their concentration will be fully there given that they will have nothing to play for. They entertain West Ham this weekend and we fancy both sides to hit the back of the net in this one.
  • Watford v Manchester City (11/10 with Betfair) – Manchester City have been much improved in recent weeks and they could well batter Watford in this match at Vicarage Road. Pep Guardiola’s side have looked unstoppable going forwards of late, yet they still don’t look 100% solid at the back and Watford will look to exploit that.
  • Southampton v Stoke City (10/11 with Betf365) – Both Claude Puel and Mark Hughes know that they will need to improve next year if they are not to come under pressure and this could well be an edgy match. Both sides will fancy their chances and if they both play their game in the way we know they can then it should be a good watch on the south coast.