After Thursday’s two matches, all Premier League teams have now played 29 games and it’s a nine-match race to the end of July.
Matchday 30 starts with two contests overnight, and the 5:15 am AEST battle between Tottenham and Manchester United is the pick of the pair.
In the first game, Norwich are in desperate need of a win against struggling Southampton to help avoid what looks like certain relegation at this point in time.
Norwich v Southampton
Saturday, 3am AEST
*It may be irrelevant given no crowds, but only the current top four teams have more road wins than Southampton this season (6).
*Norwich have kept only 3 clean sheets in their last 16 matches, while Southampton have only kept 1 clean sheet in their last 7 matches.
*Norwich have the lowest shot conversion rate of any Premier League team at just 7.5%.
*It’s been 0-0 at halftime the last three times Southampton has played at Carrow Road. A 0-0 score at half was paying $2.88 at time of publishing.
$2.88 Norwich (in from $3.25)
$2.50 Southampton (out from $2.25)
Tottenham v Manchester United
Saturday, 5:15am AEST
*This is Manchester United’s first-ever visit to Tottenham’s new stadium.
*Tottenham have lost their last 2 Premier League matches against United.
*Tottenham have kept the fewest clean sheets (4) of any team in the Premier League.
*Harry Kane should be back in action, he’s $2.30 as Anytime Goalscorer, while Marcus Rashford is paying $2.20 as Anytime Goalscorer.
$2.40 Manchester United