Midweek Premier League action takes the headlines as the BetDeluxe crew prepare the best bets.
Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham are all set to play as the race for the Premier League title and top four heats up.
Watford vs. Crystal Palace
february 24th 6:30am
Watford looks to continue its winning ways in a bid to fight its way out of relegation when it faces Crystal Palace on Thursday.
The men from Vicarage Road managed to conjure up a 1-0 win over Aston Villa last weekend and hit this home game with some form for once.
Crystal Palace, meanwhile, was left to rue a late loss against Chelsea despite showing great fortitude in defence.
Palace took it right up to the star-studded Chelsea outfit and Patrick Viera, despite his men not winning, would have taken some confidence out of the match.
This match is obviously far easier on paper for Palace with their only losses since the end of December coming against genuine top four clubs.
With Wilfred Zaha posing as a serious threat to this shaky Watford defence, Viera’s men should have just a little too much class.
Palace to bounce back with a win.
Prediction: Watford 1 Crystal Palace 3
Suggested Bet: Crystal Palace head to head at $2.35
burnley vs. tottenham
february 24th 6:30am
After scoring a famous upset victory over Manchester City on the weekend, Tottenham heads over to Turf Moor for a clash against basement team Burnley.
The Spurs were tagged as a $10.50 underdog against City, but came away with a 3-2 win that sent Antonio Conte into raptures.
It could very well be the fire starter for Spurs to find a way into the top four and what better opportunity to gain ground by playing the 19th team in the league.
However, be that as it may, Burnley is not to be taken after it recorded a thumping 3-0 win the road against Brighton & Hove Albion.
Defensively, Burnley has been stubborn to get through this season, but with Karry Kane on song, Tottenham should be able to breach the Burnley back half.
Prediction: Burnley 0 Tottenham 1
Suggested Bet: Tottenham head to head at $1.80
liverpool vs. leeds united
february 24th 6:45am
If facing Manchester Untied was a tough enough task for Leeds United, Liverpool will likely prove an even more laborious exercise when the pair do battle at Anfield.
It has been a desperate struggle for Marcelo Bielsa this season with injuries plaguing his squad on a weekly basis.
Leeds has rarely had a full-strength squad to pick from this season and it has really showed in the results.
Liverpool, meanwhile, will be chomping at the bit to get out on the field after City coughed up more points in title race.
Best of luck to Bielsa and his men here, but this could get brutally ugly.
Prediction: Liverpool 5 Leeds United 1
Suggested Bet: Half-time goals over 1.5 at $1.84
arsenal vs. wolverhampton
february 25th 6:45am
Arsenal and Wolverhampton encounter each other for the second time in just over a week when the two face off at the Emirates.
The Gunners got the three points at Molineux thanks to a first-half goal from Gabriel and huge defensive effort in the second half after going down to 10 men.
Mikel Arteta has his men humming along at the moment and a 2-1 win against Brentford on Sunday morning ensured they remained well and truly in contention for a top four finish.
The form of Bukayo Saka and Emile Smith Rowe has been insatiable for the Gunners faithful.
The Wolves defenders are going to have a tough time of it dealing with those two again.
Prediction: Arsenal 1 Wolverhampton 0
Suggested Bet: Arsenal head to head at $1.62