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Another good week of EPL Betting: Premier League GW24 Review
The Premier League gameweek24 ended with a lot of surprising results, when all top6 struggled to bag 3 points in their respective GW24 matches, only 2 North London clubs Arsenal and Tottenham succeed to bag all 3 points at home. Liverpool couldn’t capitalize the opportunity to regain their 7 points lead at the top after second-place Manchester City suffered the big upset against Newcastle at St. James Park. In yesterday’s late kick-off, Liverpool played a disappointing 1-1 draw at Anfield against Leicester City. Liverpool took the lead inside the 3 minutes of the first-half with Sadio Mane's goal. Leicester equalized the match with Harry Maguire's goal in added time of the first half. No team scored the goal in second half and match ended 1-1 draw. Liverpool missed the golden chance to stretch their lead to 7 points but with a draw, they now are 5 points ahead of second place Manchester City. Source Despite having a 70 percent ball possession, Mauricio Sarri’s Chelsea suffered their biggest defeat of the season and lost their away matches at Vitality Stadium by 4-0 against Bournemouth. All 4 goals came in the second half of the match for Bournemouth. Chelsea looked far better team in the first-half with their new striker Gonzalo Higuain at the front but with that early second-half goal from Joshua King, they couldn’t handle the pressure and conceded 3 more goals in the second half. Source Tottenham returned into the winning-ways after being eliminated from both FA Cup and Carabao Cup in the span of 1 week. When Tottenham was 1-0 back till 80th minute against Watford, it looked they will add another defeat in their series of bad performance but the South Korean international Heung-min Son who just returned back at Tottenham completing his national team duty with South Korea in Asia Cup, scored the equalizing goal in 80th minute. Just 7 minute later Son’s goal. Tottenham’s second choice striker Fernando Llorente scored the winning goal for Tottenham to hand a massive 3 points for Tottenham. Manchester United failed again to beat Burnley at Old Trafford, With Tuesday night 2-2 draw at Old Trafford, Burnley now has unbeaten in each of their 3 outings to the Old Trafford. The Tuesday night match not only reflected the similar scoreline of these two teams last meeting at Old Trafford but also reflected the similar way how United fought from 2 goals down and sneak the home defeat against Burnley. Just like last time, United fought back from 2-0 down and level the scoreline with the goal from Victor Lindelof’s goal in the added time. Pogba initiated the comeback with the Penalty goal in the 87th minute of the match. For Burnley, Barnes(51 minutes) and Wood (81 minutes) scored the goal apiece. The relegation-battling team Fulham won the 6 goal clash against Brighton with a scoreline of 4-2 at Craven Cottage and added a much needed 3 points in their hope to escape from the relegation zone. Brighton led the game within 3 minutes with the goal from Glenn Murray, he added another in his account in the 17th minute and handed a 2-0 lead for Brighton. Fulham who was 2-0 down at first half played the much-improved and scored the 4 goals in the second half. They completely turned the result of the match in their favor. For Fulham, Mitrovic scored the two goals, while Calum Chambers and Luciano Vietto contributed 1-1 goals. With a win, Fulham is still 6 points behind from the relegation safe zone. All Crystal Palace, Southampton, and Burnley have the 23 points and is 5 points above from the 18th place Cardiff City. With all 3 second-half goals, Wolves brilliantly won over West Ham with a scoreline of 3-0. West Ham attempted 4 shots on Wolves goal post failed to hit any shot on target. For Wolves, Romain Saiss scored the opening goal which was later followed by Raul Jimenez two goals in the last 10 minute of the match. Following the Previous patterns of my Betting, I placed bets on all 10 games of this week’s matches. After last week’s loss of 25 SCR, I decided to go low this week and placed 1 to 1.5 SCR on each matches placing bets on both results and scores. Out of 19 matches, I won 12, lost 6 and one bet on goals over 3.0 on Arsenal-Cardiff match refunded after only 3 goals were scored on that game. I won all 10 bets placed on games of Wolves, Manchester City, Tottenham, Liverpool, and Everton matches. And lost all bets on Manchester United and Southampton games. Here are the results of my EPL GW24 betting