There are more football Premier League matches ahead this evening and BetVictor Brand Ambassador Michael Owen is here to preview the action.

Manchester United to win -1 goal

Manchester United v Fulham (Tuesday 18.00) 3-0


Manchester United come into this having lost back-to-back Premier League matches. They’ll be desperate to get back on track ahead of their Europa League final against Villarreal at the end of the month, so I’m expecting a positive line-up from Ole Gunnar Solkjaer.

For Fulham, they have lost their fight against the drop and are simply playing for pride at this stage.

The Cottagers’ haven’t won at old Trafford since 2003, and after suffering the disappointment of relegation, I think United will have too much for the visitors again.

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Southampton v Leeds United (Tuesday 18.00) 1-1

Southampton will be delighted to see the return of fans to St. Mary’s ahead of their final home game of the season. Their 3-1 win against Fulham was their second on the bounce, as was Leeds’ 4-0 win against Burnley.

Of the two, it will probably be Leeds that are happier with their campaign overall, however, I don’t see much between these two and think a draw is the likeliest result. It’s 1-1 for me.

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Manchester City to win 2-0

Brighton v Manchester City (Tuesday 19.00) 0-2

Champions Manchester City travel to the South Coast to take on Brighton in a match that means little to either side.We all know of City’s heroics this season, and Brighton can also take credit for how they’ve played at times over the course of the campaign.

With the addition of a striker, the Seagulls’ could do much better next term, however, on this occasion I can only see the points going one way. It’s 2-0 to the Citizens for me.

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Chelsea to win & btts

Chelsea v Leicester City (Tuesday 20.15) 2-1


These two played out a close match in the FA Cup final at Wembley on Saturday with a superb Youri Tielemans goal securing the trophy for the Foxes.

This is another huge match between the two. UEFA Champions League football is on the line for both sides, and with Liverpool breathing down their necks, this is a match neither can afford to lose.

I’m expecting another tight game, although I do think back on home soil, Chelsea have enough to take a huge three points.

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