Odds to Bet On | Sunday’s Premier League fixtures
There are two games in England to cover (Bournemouth v West Ham United and Newcastle United v Tottenham Hotspur), so Odds To Bet On has used Oddschecker to get the best returns.
Bournemouth v West Ham
Bournemouth host West Ham at the Vitality Stadium on Sunday afternoon and could go nine points clear of relegation with a win. The Cherries are coming off the back of the fine form and have all but secured their safety, but they’re locking horns with a West Ham side also enjoying a positive run of results.
Bournemouth are 14th in the table with 33 points this season and has won three of their last four games. Gary O’Neill’s men have won two of their last three home outings too, so their recent upturn in form has completely flipped the narrative.
The Cherries were 19th at the beginning of March, one point adrift of safety, but now they’re six points clear and one of the in-form teams. Bournemouth beat Liverpool last month and Tottenham this month, so West Ham are sure to pay them respect.
But David Moyes’ men post their own threat. The Hammers are one place and two points behind Bournemouth in the table but have two wins and two draws from their last five games. United picked up all three points in their last away outing, so this is too close to call.
Bournemouth are 2/1 to win with Betfred, Bournemouth and West Ham are 12/5 to draw with Bet UK, and West Ham are 31/20 to win with Bet UK.
Newcastle v Tottenham
Newcastle welcomes Tottenham to St James’ Park and are desperate to win as they risk being overtaken in the table by the visitors if they lose. It’s fourth versus fifth on Sunday and both Premier League sides are coming off the back of a defeat, so their weekend clash is tough to call.
Newcastle are three points clear of Tottenham in the table and boasts five wins from their last six games, but they were well-beaten by Aston Villa days ago. The Magpies remain solid at home, however, boasting three wins and a draw from their last five outings, so they will be confident of getting back on track.
Tottenham aren’t in the best form, picking up just one win from their last four games, so they come into Sunday’s game a little fragile. The Lilywhites are winless in their previous four away games, winning just once in six on the road, so they’ll be underdogs at St James’.
It’s worth noting that Newcastle beat Tottenham earlier in the season, but their head-to-head record before that was one-sided. The Toon Army have managed only two wins over Spurs since 2016, suffering seven defeats while drawing twice, so time will tell if the curse was only temporarily lifted.
Newcastle are 17/20 to win with QuinnBet, Newcastle and Tottenham are 29/10 to draw with SpreadEx, and Tottenham are 7/2 to win with Bet UK.