Watford 2 v 1 Southampton – Tuesday 23 April – Premier League – Both Teams to Score (1.65)
Watford have won three of their last five games at Vicarage Road, and I think that they were unlucky to lose last week against Arsenal (especially since they played 80 minutes with only ten men). They have already beaten their record points total for a Premier League season and should be too strong for Southampton, who are playing their second away game in a row. I see a narrow Home Win.
Atletico Madrid 2 v 0 Valencia – Wednesday 24 April – La Liga – Both Teams to Score No (1.70)
Both of these teams are in good form, so this is a tough game to call. However, I can’t look past Atletico’s home form. They have kept a clean sheet in 16 of their 22 home games this season, and they’ve won 18 of those. They’ve only conceded once in their last five games against Valencia, too. I’m going to back a Home Win.
AC Milan 1 v 0 Lazio – Wednesday 24 April – Coppa Italia – Under 2.5 Goals (1.60)
This will be a very fiery game. Milan beat Lazio in the league 11 days ago and the visitors will be out for revenge. The first leg of this tie ended 0-0 and I don’t expect many goals this time. Milan have kept a clean sheet in six of their last ten home games and their last five matches against Lazio have had Under 2.5 Goals. I’m backing history to repeat itself, and I think the Rossoneri will edge it.
Wolves 2 v 1 Arsenal – Wednesday 24 April – Premier League – Both Teams to Score (1.65)
What a tough game for Arsenal! Wolves have already beaten Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United at home this season. They also got a 1-1 draw at the Emirates in November, where they looked stronger than the Gunners. This is Arsenal’s third away game in nine days and they have only won two of their last ten away league games. I’m going for a Home Win.
Manchester United 1 v 2 Manchester City – Wednesday 24 April – Premier League – Manchester City Win (1.45)
There’s a lot at stake for both teams here. United need a win to boost their top four hopes, and anything other than three points for City will probably hand Liverpool the title. The Red Devils have lost twice at home in 2019, to PSG and Barcelona. On their day City can be as strong as those teams, and they’ve won seven of their last ten away games in the Premier League. They’ve also won their last two league games at Old Trafford. I think City will get the job done.