The 2022/23 Premier League is well under-way, and as Arsenal cling on to the top spot, Man City are hot on their heels with a some easy games slated for the next few week, and this weekend alone could turn the table on it's head...
In today's article we'll be taking a look at all the fixtures for Saturday 8th April 2023, including where and when the matches will be played, as well as which sportsbooks are providing the best odds for each pick.
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Manchester United vs Everton
Manchester United will be hosting Everton at Old Trafford for a 7:30 EDT kick off.
United are listed as heavy favourites in the matchup with Everton limping in as underdogs. If you’re looking for a safe bet Man-U is your choice, but if the blues can pull off an upset win, you’ll be taking a huge profit from that bet.
Aston Villa vs Nottingham Forest
At 10:00 EDT, Nottingham Forest will travel to Villa Park to face the Claret and Blue.
Forest haven’t seen a victory since they faced Leeds back on February 5th, though they did manage a surprise draw against City a few weeks ago. As you may have guessed, Villa come in as the favourites to win at home, so that’s where your money is safest.
Aston Villa: -143 (BetRivers)
Nottingham Forest: +425 (BetRivers)
Draw: +310 (BetRivers)
Brentford vs Newcastle United
Also kicking off at 10:00 EDT, is the Brentford-Newcastle game at Community Stadium.
This game is set to be a more even matchup, but Newcastle are slated as slight favourites to take an away win this weekend.
Brentford: +220 (BetRivers)
Newcastle: +130 (BetRivers)
Draw: +255 (BetRivers)
Fulham vs West Ham United
Fulham will be hosting West Ham at Craven Cottage for the third 10:00 ET kick off.
Speaking of even matchups… it doesn’t get more even than this. Both Fulham and West Ham have equal odds in the sportsbooks across the board. With similarly unpredictable and rocky seasons, it’s no surprise this one is tough to call.
Fulham: +170 (BetRivers)
West Ham: +170 (BetRivers)
Draw: +170 (BetRivers)
Leicester City vs Bournemouth
Bournemouth are heading to King Power Stadium to face Leicester City at 10:00 EDT.
Following a run of 5 losses and a draw, with a fair few red cards thrown in the mix, Leicester are expected to turn things around against Bournemouth.
Leicester City: -135 (FanDuel)
Bournemouth: +390 (Caesars)
Draw: +320 (BetRivers)
Tottenham Hotspur vs Brighton Hove & Albion
Spurs will be hosting Brighton at 10:00 EDT at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Tottenham have had a rocky few weeks and despite being slated to take the win at home this weekend, Brighton aren’t too far away from them in the odds. It seems the sportsbooks believe this one could go either way.
Tottenham: +155 (FanDuel)
Brighton: +185 (BetRIvers)
Draw: +275 (BetRivers)
Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Chelsea
For the penultimate match of the night Wolves will face Chelsea at Molineux Stadium at 10:00 EDT.
Chelsea are slight favourites in this matchup, but both lines will give decent payouts on your wager with + odds on Wolves and Chelsea alike.
Wolverhampton: +310 (BetRivers)
Chelsea: +100 (BetRivers)
Draw: +260 (FanDuel)
Southampton vs Manchester City
Last in the line for Saturday’s games is Southampton vs Man City at St. Mary's Stadium, kicking off at 12:30 EDT.
As you might have guessed, City are the heaviest favourites of the weekend. This should be a very easy victory for the Sky Blues.
Southampton: +1100 (Caesars)
Manchester City: -335 (BetRivers)
Draw: +480 (Unibet)