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Premier League Matchday 38 Betting Favorites

Last Updated on May 15, 2024 5:13 pm by Erwin Noguera

The grand finale of the Premier League arrives, and this is the only one of the big leagues that will know its champion on the last matchday. Manchester City and Arsenal fight to define the English king. 

The Citizens start as leaders and only need to beat West Ham to become champions. Meanwhile, the Gunners must defeat Everton and hope Pep Guardiola’s team slips up. 

On the other hand, Liverpool will bid farewell to its historic coach, Jürgen Klopp, at home against Wolves, while Tottenham will say goodbye to relegated Sheffield United and try to secure its place in the Europa League. 

Premier League Matchday 38: Manchester City vs. West Ham

When and Where?

Sunday, May 19, 11:00 am ET at the Etihad Stadium

Moneyline odds: 

Manchester City 1.109 

West Ham 26

Draw Offs

13.1 

Where can I watch it? 

Peacock, NBC, ESPN/Star+, Paramount+, and Telemundo 

Manchester City has in its hands the possibility of being champion of the Premier League. The only thing it has to do is to win at home against a West Ham that is not at its best moment. The Citizens do not know the word defeat in 2024, and for now, they have 88 units, so they can once again surpass 90 points. They have eight wins in a row at home and seven consecutive victories at the Etihad against this rival. 

West Ham has had better seasons in the past. In this one, they have been a mediocre club, which only for a few months looked like fighting for a place in a European tournament the following year. They are ninth with 52 points, and although they won their last game, they were coming from a six-game winless streak. 

Manchester City vs. West Ham Betting Pick: Manchester City

Premier League Matchday 38: Arsenal vs. Everton

When and Where?

Sunday, May 19, 11:00 am ET at the Emirates Stadium

Moneyline odds: 

Arsenal 1.19 

Everton 16.5

Draw Offs

8.6 

Where can I watch it? 

Peacock, NBC, ESPN/Star+, Paramount+, and Telemundo 

Arsenal has had a season to remember, but the title no longer depends on what they can achieve in the last game. At home, they have been the third team with the most points, with 44 units. The Gunners are on a run of five consecutive victories, including wins over Manchester United, Chelsea, and Tottenham. In the first round, they defeated this rival by 1-0. They need to win and for City not to do it. 

Everton, despite the sanctions, was able to achieve salvation several dates in advance. They have 40 points and have five matches without losing, drawing once with Luton and winning the rest of their matches. An interesting fact is that, in those games, they only allowed one goal. 

Arsenal vs. Everton Betting Pick: Arsenal

Premier League Matchday 38: Liverpool vs. Wolves

When and Where?

Sunday, May 19, 11:00 am ET at Anfield

Moneyline odds: 

Liverpool 1.185 

Wolves 16

Draw Offs

9.15 

Where can I watch it? 

Peacock, NBC, ESPN/Star+, Paramount+, and Telemundo 

Liverpool ran out of gas towards the end of the season and, therefore, could not say goodbye to Jürgen Klopp as expected: being champion of the Premier League. It will be the German coach’s last match as Red, and at least, it will be at home, where this team has been unbeatable with 45 points. 

Wolves are in the mediocrity of the middle of the table and come with a streak of four defeats in the last five presentations. Their defense has been dreadful, allowing 63 goals, and it cannot be said that they have been a great visitor either since they have only won five times. 

Liverpool vs. Wolves Betting Pick: Liverpool

Premier League Matchday 38: Sheffield vs. Tottenham

When and Where?

Sunday, May 19, 11:00 am ET at Bramall Lane

Moneyline odds: 

Sheffield 8.25 

Tottenham 1.352

Draw Offs

6.46 

Where can I watch it? 

Peacock, NBC, ESPN/Star+, Paramount+, and Telemundo 

Sheffield has had a campaign to forget. They were the first team to confirm their relegation, have the undignified record of conceding 101 goals in 37 games, the worst record in English first-division history, have lost their last six matches, and have not won since February 10, when they beat Luton 3-1. They have just three wins on the season. 

Tottenham was looking to be at least in the top four, and now, they are fighting to finish fifth and qualify for the Europa League, but they depend on themselves. The team’s finish has been very poor, losing key matches. They had four defeats in a row but were able to beat the weak Burnley 2-1 last weekend, but this Tuesday, they were the judge in the title decider when they hosted Manchester City. It was a 0-2 defeat and left the Citizens very close to the title, thus being the executioner of their arch-rivals, Arsenal. 

Sheffield vs. Tottenham Betting Pick: Tottenham

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