Premier League Match Previews: Match Week 35 (Part 5)

Updated: April 16, 2014
Manchester United

Everton vs. Manchester United

Match Date: 20 April 2014 (local)

Match Venue: Goodison Park

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Like the other strong contenders, Everton have a very good shot at bagging a UEFA continental seeding. The club are among the most consistent players in the season and although they may have a few loopholes in aerial duels, they are tremendously good at taking advantage of direct free kicks and have commendable faculties in creating chances and firing through ball attacks.


Manchester United will have a tough time defeating Everton, especially when their current season’s form will be considered. From their past five matches alone, six points and six goals have already been stolen from them. Their continental stature is not promising either, with a defeat they incurred from Bayern Munich which consequently threw them away from the Champions League finals.


Online betting tip: Everton will score a moderate success over Manchester United.



Manchester City vs. West Bromwich Albion

Match Date: 21 April 2014 (local)

Match Venue: Etihad Stadium


Manchester City are among the most consistent clubs in the league but they also show to spectators that even the strongest warriors can sometimes concede to their opponents. The race to the top squad has never been so challenging for The Citizens than it is in the current season. The campaign was even more battered by a defeat from fellow title favorites and current leaders Liverpool. Regardless, they still have very good chance at advancing for the Champions League, with them being significantly ahead of the majority of the league participants.


West Brom earned two wins, two draws, and one defeat from their five most recent battles. Of that same streak, they netted nine goals and rendered one match with two goals conceded to their opponents. The form can be quite complex and perplexing, but the side’s ability emerge strong every after a fall has long been proven throughout the campaign. Inconsistency is an issue, but hopefully, that will be turned around by their resilience.


Football betting tip: Manchester City will lord West Brom over.