Previewing This Weekend’s Best Premier League Games (March 31)

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Date: Saturday, March 31st

Liverpool put in a five-star performance against Watford on March 13th with Mo Salah netting four times. The Egyptian is closing in on 30 goals for the season and he is 3/4 to score during the 90 minutes against Crystal Palace with Ladbrokes. They also make the talented winger 14/5 to score two or more at Selhurst Park on March 31st. The Reds may find it tough to break down a dogged and determined Palace side who are scrapping for points at the wrong end of the table.


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Roy Hodgson’s side have endured an underwhelming season and they haven’t been helped by an extensive injury list. They went into the International Break with a morale-boosting 2-0 victory over Huddersfield and they are likely to keep it tight. The Eagles were defeated by a single goal against Manchester United, Arsenal and Spurs and have already beaten Chelsea here this season. They should be able to give Liverpool plenty to think about and Crystal Palace can be backed on the +1 handicap at 7/4 with 888Sport.

It’s been a mixed season for Manchester United but they remain in pole position to pick up second place in the Premier League and they will fancy their chances of collecting three points against Swansea on March 31st. Jose Mourinho has come under criticism in recent weeks and his decision to drop Paul Pogba hasn’t been universally popular. The Red Devils are 3/13 to pick up all three points whereas Carlos Carvalhal’s plucky Swans will be aiming to upset the odds at 12/1.


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Everton’s Recent Resurgence Ends Here

Everton won successive games in the Premier League for the first time in 2018 with victories over Brighton and Stoke but the Toffees face a much tougher challenge at Goodison Park on March 31st. Sam Allardyce’s side host runaway leaders Manchester City in the late game and, despite their recent record against this opposition, they are unlikely to make it a hat-trick of victories. Pep’s men can be backed at 4/11 with the hosts available at 8/1.

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