Wednesday English Premier League Predictions: +1322 three-game parlay picks
The EPL action rolls on and we’ve got five more games to look forward to on Wednesday. Chelsea fired head coach Frank Lampard on Monday, and it will be interesting to see how they respond when facing Wolves. We’ve also got Manchester United hosting Sheffield United in a game where top of the league plays the bottom side.
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Chelsea to beat Wolves – Money Line (-167), 1 p.m ET
The firing of a manager can sometimes give a team a sudden boost in spirit and that could be the case for Chelsea when they take on Wolves this week.
Frank Lampard was dismissed on Monday and although his former club has its problems, they could be too strong for a Wolves side in freefall.
Nuno Espirito Santos’s men are without a shutout in their last 12 Premier League matches and limped past minnows Chorley in the FA Cup recently.
They are missing main man Raul Jimenez in offense but also showed defensive fragility when losing 3-2 to shot-shy West Brom last time out. Chelsea looks a good bet to come out on top in this one.
Fulham to beat Brighton – Money Line (+295), 2:30 p.m ET
Fulham is still in the midst of a relegation battle but has been performing well of late and can get the better of Graham Potter’s Brighton on Wednesday.
The Cottagers beat QPR in the FA Cup and held Tottenham to a tie in the Premier League in their last two away fixtures and gave a great account of themselves in ties with Chelsea and Manchester United recently.
Scott Parker rested a number of key players in their cup defeat to Burnley and they should be ready to go against a Brighton team that is on a poor run of form.
The Seagulls have not won any of their last 13 league matches at their Amex Stadium home and have only won one more game than Fulham in the league this season.
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Manchester United vs. Sheffield United – Under 2.5 goals (+125), 3:15 p.m ET
Two sides at opposite ends of the Premier League standings meet when Manchester United host Sheffield United but the game could be closer than the table suggests.
Manchester United have won an impressive 12 of their 19 league games this season and should get the job done against Chris Wilder’s men but the better bet is to back under 2.5 goals at Old Trafford.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s club has fired 36 league goals this season but only 12 of them have come at their home venue.
While Sheffield United may have lost 16 of their 19 matches this campaign, 12 of those defeats were by one-goal margins, suggesting they are capable of being competitive. Three of Manchester United’s last five games have featured under 2.5 goals and that could be the way to play it.Last updated: Tue 26th January 2021