West Ham will be intent on ending the season strongly as they seek a place in Europe next term ahead of Saturday’s trip to Brighton.
David Moyes’ men have slipped to sixth after the midweek results and have lost three of their last four league games, leaving them 4/9 to finish in the Top 6 ahead of Saturday night’s trip to Brighton.
They have though won eight Premier League games on the road this term and are boosted by the news that Declan Rice and Aaron Cresswell could be fit to feature.
The Hammers are 7/5 to claim the three points and with Brighton missing two key players they could well come away with a win.
Lewis Dunk and Neal Maupay are both suspended and will not feature, while Davy Propper and Joel Veltman could also miss out due to injury.
Meanwhile, Saturday’s early game sees a conflict of styles, as Burnley and Leeds meet at Turf Moor (Burnley 11/5, Draw 13/5, Leeds 6/5 – Premier League Match Betting).
Sean Dyche has once again proved the doubters wrong and kept the Clarets up, although their home form has not been as impressive as usual – Burnley are without a win in their last eight fixtures at Turf Moor.
Leeds won the reverse fixture 1-0 thanks to an early penalty from Patrick Bamford, who is 13/10 to score at anytime in Saturday’s clash.
Saturday’s 3pm game sees Southampton play host to a Fulham team that are coming to terms with their confirmed relegation.
Saints’ 3-1 win over Crystal Palace in midweek was only their fourth league win of 2021 although their home form has improved with just one defeat in their last five at St Mary’s.
Ralph Hasenhuttl’s squad are 21/20 to collect the three points and condemn Fulham to another defeat, having lost six of their last seven games.