The Soccer Pitch Parlay: EPL Matchday 32 Accumulator Breakdown and Betting Picks

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Newly crowned champions of the English Premier League Liverpool have nothing left to prove, or do they? Matchday 32 is around the corner with Manchester City versus Liverpool on the schedule. The odds are now available; let’s attempt to accumulate some winning parlay predictions, read on for our Matchday 32 EPL parlay picks.

Liverpool vs Manchester City

Thursday, July 02, 2020 – 03:15 PM EDT

1st leg of the parlay: Both teams to score @ -188

Pride at stake

A clash that holds a small significance for Liverpool might end up proving to be one of their best performances.

Liverpool lifted the EPL trophy and now have nothing left to play for other than pride, luckily for them they could rub it in the faces of Manchester City when they travel to the Etihad for a clash between the two best teams in the league.

I wouldn’t want to make a match prediction, but I’d be highly surprised if either side didn’t get on the score sheet.

Form, Mentality, Numbers & Trends

  • There previous two encounters tallied up a total of seven goals between the sides
  • A free-flowing game with very little pressure should produce goals

Manchester United vs Brighton

Tuesday, June 30, 2020 – 03:15 PM EDT

2nd leg of the parlay: Under 3.5 match goals @ -350

Tired legs

With Manchester United facing Norwich in the FA Cup quarter-finals it should be noted that tired legs are going to arise sooner rather than later.

A team that often keeps it tight at the back during home fixtures in Brighton should easily fend off a Manchester United squad coming off the end of a heavy schedule.

I do believe a Manchester United squad hunting a higher place finish in the EPL table will collect a win, and I anticipate a tighter game than some would expect.

Form, Mentality, Numbers & Trends

  • Brighton’s previous six fixtures saw under 3.5 goals
  • Manchester United’s previous six fixtures saw under 3.5 goals

Norwich vs Arsenal

Wednesday, July 01, 2020 – 01:00 PM EDT

3rd leg of the parlay: Arsenal’ draw no bet’ @ -600

Some light at the end of the tunnel

Arsenal has struggled to gain momentum this term but could find a streak back to back wins for the first time since August 2019 when they clash with Norwich this week.

The reverse fixture earlier this season was an entertaining 2-2 draw on Norwich turf. Still, now, the struggling Arsenal have found some momentum after a comfortable 2-0 victory over Southampton in their last EPL encounter.

Norwich faces a heavy schedule with FA Cup responsibilities in order, rotating players between the importance of their relegation battle and FA Cup success won’t be an easy task. Grant Hanley, Christoph Zimmermann, and Sam Byram all remain on the injury list, which is another reason to add huge doubt on Norwich’s chances in their mid-week clash.

I expect another impressive showing from ‘The Gunners’, but considering they’ve managed to draw thirteen fixtures this term, we’ll find some added value for our parlay through the ‘draw no bet’ betting market.

Form, Mentality, Numbers & Trends

  • Norwich has lost five of their previous six EPL fixtures
  • Arsenal secured a 2-2 draw in the reverse away fixture earlier in the season
  • A draw will secure our pitch parlay @ -102, just below evens

Soccer Pitch Parlay with BetOnline

  • Manchester City vs Liverpool – Both teams to score
  • Brighton vs Manchester United – under 3.5
  • Arsenal’ draw no bet’ vs Norwich

Parlay odds: +130

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