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Premier League tips: A 12/1 treble for the midweek matches

02 Apr | BY William Maxwell | MIN READ TIME |
Premier League tips: A 12/1 treble for the midweek matches

Our best bets for the midweek Premier Legue fixtures include a win for Burnley and a Fulham goalscorer against Nottingham Forest.

With a full programme of 10 Premier League matches spread across three nights this week there’s plenty of betting action to get stuck into.

Three clubs that mounted stirring fightbacks at the weekend could kick on from those displays with Burnley at home to Wolves, Fulham travelling to Nottingham Forest and Brentford entertaining Brighton. 

We’ve collated bets from those three matches into a treble which, if successful, will return at odds of just less than 13/1.

Best bets

Burnley to beat Wolves /
Nottingham Forest v Fulham: Rodrigo Muniz to score /
Brentford v Brighton: Over 3.5 goals /

Maturing Clarets can tame toothless Wolves

Burnley’s point at Stamford Bridge will have felt like more after they battled back from 1-0 and 2-1 down with only 10 men.

The Clarets look much more solid with Arijanet Muric between the posts and can extend their three-game unbeaten run against a Wolves team that has lost their last two.

Gary O’Neil’s men are missing a cutting edge right now with so many important attacking players in the treatment room.

The Molineux manager handed 18-year-old striker Leon Chiwome a debut from the start at Aston Villa and it will be interesting to see if he keeps faith with the youngster after Wolves failed to score for a second away game in a row.

In-form Burnley striker David Datro Fofana can return to Vincent Kompany’s line-up here and he could make the difference for the relegation-threatened side.

Smart Muniz on Fulham forward to fire

Rodrigo Muniz did it again on Saturday with the Samba striker netting his eighth Premier League goal of the season in Fulham’s 3-3 draw at Bramall Lane.

It was arguably his best strike of a golden run which has seen him become the top-flight’s leading scorer since the start of February.

Muniz can make it nine goals in his last nine games when he faces a Nottingham Forest side that have kept only two home clean sheets all season.

Fulham have won on each of their last four visits to the City Ground and should create opportunities for their Brazilian star to bag again.

Goals galore at the Gtech Community Stadium

Get on the goals when Brentford host Brighton in a clash of two clubs that have fallen well below the standards they set last season.

Brighton’s domestic form has undoubtedly been derailed by injuries, a European campaign, and possibly the speculation surrounding Roberto De Zerbi.

They could have been buried by an Anfield avalanche on Sunday as Liverpool fired off 30 shots, 12 of which came from the boots of Mohamed Salah, but were only able to register two goals in a 2-1 win.

Meanwhile, Brentford are currently 32 points off their final tally from last season and will not get anywhere close to that in the eight games that remain.

Thomas Frank’s side have already conceded nine more goals during the whole of 2022-23 and look more susceptible on set pieces and counter-attacks than in either of the past two campaigns.

At least four goals have been scored in eight of the Bees’ last 13 top-flight games and with an average of 3.53 goals produced in Brighton’s 15 away to date, backing over 3.5 goals seems the safest way to go here.

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