A 17/1 treble for Saturday

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Our best bets for Saturday’s top-flight matches include positive results for Luton and Wolves.

There are just three Premier League matches this Saturday, with the FA Cup semi-finals impacting the fixture list.

All three, though, are crucial games at both the top and bottom ends of the Premier League, with four of the bottom six playing each other.

We have come up with a suggested treble to follow, which, if successful, could return at 17/1.

Best bets 

Luton double chance & BTTS v Brentford

7/5


Ollie McBurnie to score v Burnley

13/10


Wolves double chance v Arsenal 

23/10

Goals on the menu at Kenilworth Road

Saturday’s 3pm clash between Luton and Brentford looks like being pivotal in the battle to avoid the drop.

The Hatters are currently just one point behind 17th-placed Nottingham Forest, and a win can see them move outside the bottom three – with Nuno Espirito Santos’ men not in action until Sunday.

A home victory would also keep Brentford in the relegation shake-up, with seven points currently separating Luton and the Bees.

Rob Edwards’ side have collected four points from their last two home games, while Brentford have won just three of their 16 league games on the road this season.

The stats suggest there will be goals in this encounter, with the reverse fixture finishing 3-1 to the Bees back in December.

There has been an average of 4.2 goals in Luton’s last five home matches, while there’s been a 3.8 goal average in Brentford’s last five away games.

McBurnie’s home comforts

The Premier League’s bottom two clubs go head-to-head at Bramall Lane (3pm), and a defeat for either team could prove critical.

Although both teams have shown improvement in recent weeks, they are still 10 and six points from safety, respectively.

Sheffield United have drawn three of their last five games, while Burnley have collected six points from their previous three league matches.

If the Blades are to pick up a victory, a lot will rest on the attacking duo Ollie McBurnie and Ben Brereton, who have both scored twice in the last two home games.

McBurnie is the Yorkshire club’s leading scorer, scoring six goals, and all of those have come at Bramall Lane. He also scored twice when the two teams met in this fixture in the Championship last season.

Gunners hit hard by brutal week

A week is a long time in football – just ask Arsenal! In the space of four days, the Gunners have lost top spot in the Premier League and been knocked out of the Champions League.

Last week’s home loss to Aston Villa will have surely dented their confidence and a tricky trip to Molineux, three days after defeat to Bayern Munich, is far from ideal.

Wolves may not be in the form they have shown at times this season, but performances have been better than their results suggest.

A late, dubious VAR call denied them a point against West Ham in their last home match and in-form forward Matheus Cunha can cause Arsenal problems.

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