Super Sunday: Premier League Betting Preview

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The 2022/23 Premier League season will come to a conclusion on Sunday with one final round of matches set to take place simultaneously at 4:30pm. Thanks to our betting partners at William Hill, we'll provide betting tips and odds on all the key fixtures taking place across the country.

Manchester City have already clinched a fifth title in six years whilst Arsenal, Manchester United and Newcastle United have claimed the other three Champions League qualification spots. Liverpool and Brighton & Hove Albion will enter next season's Europa League having confirmed their places in fifth and sixth position respectively. However, a spot in next season's Europa Conference League is up for grabs for the team that finishes seventh. Aston Villa head into the final weekend in the box seat but Spurs and Brentford will hope to capitalise on any slip-up.

Seventh Heaven

Aston Villa take on Brighton & Hove Albion at Villa Park on Sunday. The hosts have won six consecutive league games at Villa Park and are Evens to claim the three points required to clinch seventh spot. In-form midfielder, Jacob Ramsey has scored the opening goal in consecutive matches against Spurs and Liverpool. Ramsey is 15/2 to score first again on Sunday or an equally tempting 29/10 to score at any time.

Spurs are one point adrift of Aston Villa with the same goal difference, therefore they will leapfrog Aston Villa by bettering their result on Sunday. Spurs face a tough assignment as they travel to a Leeds United in a desperate battle to avoid the drop. A fortnight ago, Spurs looked set to claim a top seven finish before suffering back-to-back losses against rivals, Aston Villa and Brentford. With so much at stake for relegation-threatened Leeds United, we cannot see Sam Allardyce's side losing at Elland Road on Sunday. The home win / draw double chance is a solid bet at 11/20.

Brentford still have an outside chance of claiming seventh but would need both Aston Villa and Spurs to drop points on Sunday. However, they would then still need to take all three points from their home tie against champions, Manchester City. Brentford have scored at least one goal in every home league game played since October 19th and whatever the result on Sunday against a much-changed Manchester City side, both teams to score looks the best bet at 4/7.

The Relegation Battle

At the bottom of the table, Southampton's relegation was confirmed several weeks ago and it's two from three for the remaining relegation spots. Leeds United and Leicester City are likely to drop into the Sky Bet Championship but Everton have a nervous weekend ahead of them. A win for Everton will see them stave off relegation for another season and they have arguably the easiest fixture at home to mid-table AFC Bournemouth. The Toffees have failed to win any of their past four home league games but they are hopeful that the home crowd at Goodison Park will see them over the line on Sunday, just. A home win confirms their survival and is a solid bet at 4/9.

If Everton fail to win on Sunday then it'll open the door for Leicester City or Leeds United. Leicester City have a superior goal difference to Everton and any win would see them survive if Everton drop points. The Foxes are at home to West Ham United. Given that the Hammers will have more than one eye on next week's Europa Conference League final, I think you can back a home win at 10/11 with some confidence.

Leeds United can still survive mathematically but will need to win at home to Spurs and hope that Everton lose and Leicester City fail to beat West Ham. Odds of 8/1 to stay up highlights the task facing Leeds United on Sunday.

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