Tuesday English Premier League Predictions: +1441 three-game parlay picks
The EPL action continues and we’ve got four games to look forward to on Tuesday. Manchester United can join their neighbors and rivals Manchester City on the same number of points at the top of the Premier League – but only if they can beat Southampton at Old Trafford.
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Arsenal to beat Wolves – Money Line (+128), 1 p.m ET
This is turning into a difficult season for Wolverhampton Wanderers and it probably won’t look any better after Arsenal has left town.
The problem for Wolves stems from the last matchup between these teams, back in November at Arsenal, when Raul Jimenez — Wolves’ star forward and goalscorer — suffered a fractured skull. He’s out indefinitely.
With Jimenez out of the team, Wolves have gone 1-7-3 and plunged down the Premier League table. They signed Willian Jose, another forward, from Spanish side Sociedad and he made his first start in Saturday’s game at Crystal Palace, which they lost 1-0.
Arsenal has no such worries. They are heading in the opposite direction to Wolves, moving up the standings after winning five with two ties in their last seven games. Goalkeeper Bernd Leno has had five shutouts in his last six appearances and if they can get their offense firing as well, Arsenal will soon be up towards the top.
Crystal Palace to beat Newcastle – Money Line (+160), 3:15 p.m ET
Steve Bruce, the Newcastle head coach, may have saved his job on Saturday when his team won on the road at Everton – but that doesn’t mean they have turned a corner.
Newcastle had lost five straight games before winning at Everton and were on a nine-game winless streak (seven losses, two ties) so they are still in trouble.
They welcome Crystal Palace – coached by former England head coach Roy Hodgson – to their home stadium at St. James’s Park, and Palace can win this.
Like Newcastle, Palace’s form has not been great but they did beat Wolverhampton 1-0 on Saturday and are probably as a team better on the road because of the way they are set up, with pacey forwards like Ebe Eze, Wilf Zaha, and Jordan Ayew bound to trouble Newcastle’s shaky defense.
Wilfried Zaha breaks the deadlock against West Ham with a brilliant finish!
Great link-up play between Crystal Palace's talisman and Christian Benteke on the edge of the box ✨ pic.twitter.com/aATB86JTbD
— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) January 26, 2021
Southampton to win or tie vs. Manchester United – Double chance (+160), 3:15 p.m ET
Manchester United’s last home game ended in an amazing 2-1 defeat against the Premier League’s lowest-ranked team, Sheffield United.
The next visitors to Old Trafford are Southampton, who are going along nicely this season and can make it a tough 90 minutes for United.
Manchester United have been really strong on the road this season but far less secure at their own stadium.
Five of the last eight Premier League matchups between these rivals have ended in ties (and the other three ended in United wins by one) so Southampton double chance looks the best bet here.