English Premier League Predictions & Parlay Picks for Saturday, 5/11 (+417 odds): Chelsea can build on recent success with City Ground triumph

Chelsea's Noni Madueke (centre) celebrates scoring their side's second goal of the game during the Premier League match at Kenilworth Road, Luton.
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A busy Saturday of English soccer action awaits, with 8 Premier League fixtures taking place — including Manchester City’s bid to regain top spot in the table. We have picked out a four-game parlay, which pays out at +417 odds with FanDuel Sportsbook.

Manchester City ML (-460)

Everton ML (-260)

Newcastle ML (-175)

Chelsea ML (+105)

EPL Parlay odds: +417

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Manchester City ML over Fulham (-460), Saturday, 7:30 am ET

The Premier League title seems at the mercy of Manchester City and victory at Fulham on Saturday will see the Citizens regain top spot in the table. Since exiting the Champions League, Pep Guardiola’s charges have enjoyed some midweek breathers, and they will take on Fulham fresh from a week off. Mid-table Fulham have no obvious motivation for the daunting task of repelling City, so expect Guardiola’s energetic and hungry troops to run riot. City are on course for a fourth consecutive Premier League title and Fulham seem ill-equipped to stop them.

Everton ML over Sheffield United (-260), Saturday, 10:00 am ET

Despite suffering regular setbacks – not least being hit with the hammerblow of a ten-point deduction in November for alleged breaches of Premier League profit and sustainability rules – Everton have retained their top-flight status. It has been an incredible effort from Sean Dyche and his side to comfortably avoid the drop in the most difficult of circumstances – and Saturday should see a celebration party for the Toffeemen. Expect Everton to play with the ideal blend of freedom and passion in their final home match of the season and tear basement boys Sheffield United to shreds. The visitors have been comfortably beaten in their last five games.

Newcastle ML over Brighton (-175), Saturday, 10:00 am ET

The final home game of a season is a chance for the hosts to put on one last show for their supporters – and Newcastle can be fancied to have the edge over Brighton at St James’ Park. This has not been a perfect campaign for Newcastle, but they started the season with some wonderful adventures in the Champions League and will end it with a respectable Premier League position. A Europa League place is still a possibility if Tottenham falter. Newcastle’s squad is superior to Brighton’s — and formlines point to a home win, as well. While Newcastle have won their last two fixtures 5-1 and 4-1, Brighton have won only one of their last seven games.

Chelsea ML over Nottingham Forest (-105), Saturday, 12:30 pm ET

By the time Nottingham Forest host Chelsea in the final Premier League fixture of Saturday, Forest could have their top-flight status essentially confirmed. If West Ham beat Luton Town in one of the earlier kickoffs — and Burnley fail to win at Tottenham — Forest will know they are almost certain to stay up. Forest fans will be praying the early matches go their way — because their hopes of getting anything against Chelsea seem slim. The Blues are finishing the season strongly, having followed a 2-0 victory over Tottenham with a 5-0 romp over West Ham.

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